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Indiana State Library
Burial & Cemetery Information
War of 1812
- War of 1812 Collection This collection consists of Muster, pay and receipt rolls of Indiana territory volunteers or militia of the period of the War of 1812.
Civil War Sources
- American Civil War Homepage Wide array of Information pertaining to the Civil War.
- Civil War Battles by State
- Civil War -Governor Morton Telegraph Books
- Civil War Links Many links to Civil War topics; produced by Cyndi's List.
- Civil War Records at the National Archives Research guide from the National Archives.
- Civil War Soldiers & Sailors System Name Index that contains information on both Union and Confederate soldiers.
- Confederate Pension Records Links Resources pertaining to confederate pensions.
- Illinois Civil War Muster and Descriptive Rolls
- Illinois Civil War Veterans of Missouri Units
- Illinois Civil War Veterans Serving in the U.S. Navy
- Indiana Regiments in the Civil War
- Kansas State Library Civil War Veterans There are a number of entries, biographies, and obituaries for men who served from Indiana and other states, but died in Kansas.
- New York State Civil War Sodier Database
- Official Records of the Union and Confederate Navies in the War of the Rebellion (After you access the Cornell page, scroll to the bottom of the page, the link is under Cornell University's MoA Multivolume Monographs.) This set was published for the navies and is comparable to the War of the Rebellion: a Compilation of the Official Records of the Union and Confederate Armies series. This is a 31 volume set that has been digitized and is available online. You can search the entire series, or browse by volume.
- Ohio Civil War Documents Searchable database produced by the Ohio Historical Society.
- U.S. Civil War Center Links to 2700 Civil War sites.
- War of the Rebellion: a Compilation of the Official Records of the Union and Confederate Armies (After you access the Cornell page, scroll to the bottom of the page, the link is under Cornell University's MoA Multivolume Monographs.) Before the end of the Civil War, the US government began collecting all army field reports, battle correspondence, tactical plans, communications, military orders, and memorandum which had been written as the military operations of the War transpired. These documents have been published as a 128 volume set that has been divided into 4 series. The set has been digitized and is available online. You can search the entire series, or browse by volume.
Military Records at the National Archives
Military and Veteran's History
- United States Army Heritage and Education Center - includes Digitized Photographs & Art, Finding Aids, Military Publications/Manuals, and Reference Bibliographies & Databases.
- Veteran's History Project - Part of the Library of Congress American Folk life Center; entries include Biographical Information for Veterans as well as types of information contained in the collection pertaining to that veteran.
World War II
GEN DB 4-30-2014