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From the first shot at Fort Sumter to Lee's surrender at Appomattox, the Civil War
left a path of destruction across America. Here are some places you can follow the trail 
of the war that pit brother against brother. Don't forget to take along a Cosimo Classic! 
Begin your journey with
History of the Civil War 1861-1865 by James Rhodes.

Re-enactment and travel resources

CivilWarTraveler.com - Planning a Civil War trip? You can find everything you need right here. The site offers road maps of every major and minor battle site, broken down state-by-state, as well as podcasts and links to other great resources. - civilwartraveler.com

The Civil War Reenactors Home Page - The first Internet forum dedicated to Civil War re-enactment, enthusiasts gather here to locate uniforms and equipment, find new recruits, and discuss upcoming events. -

Civil War Reenactment HQ
- The premier resource for information about upcoming re-enactment events, battle schedules, and battle units across the country. The site also includes tips for beginners and answers to frequently asked questions about re-enacting. -

Virtual Civil War - Extensive photo galleries, tour information, news, events, forums, and more.

Civil War News - An excellent resource for people with an active interest in the Civil War today. The site includes a calendar of upcoming events, including re-enactments and exhibits. - civilwarnews.com

Civil War Interactive - One of the best Civil War discussion boards on the Web. Includes Civil War games, trivia, gifts, documents, and even a cookbook. -

Civil War Home Page - Contains links to specific re-enactment units' homepages, including New York, Indiana, Georgia, North Carolina, Kentucky, Illinois, and more. - civil-war.net

Major Civil War Battlefields

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