SELECTED LINKS[These links are provided solely for the enjoyment and edification of our visitors and do not imply any endorsement by the United Daughters of the Confederacy General organization or by Virginia Division]
- Confederate Records (National Archives)
Confederate Disability Applications and Receipts (Artificial Limbs)
Civil War Soldiers System
- The Library of Virginia
- Serving the archival and research needs of Virginians since 1823
- Virginia Military Institute Archives
- The Virginia Military Institute Archives contain a wealth of 19th and 20th century collections. Holdings currently consist of more than 6,000 photographs; 400 manuscript collections, among them the Papers of Stonewall Jackson and Matthew F. Maury; Civil War resources, including correspondence and diaries; extensive official records, dating from the school's founding in 1839; rare books; and alumni biographical and genealogical information for 19th and early 20th century cadets. The latter is a particularly rich resource for information concerning Civil War veterans who attended VMI.
- The Museum of the Confederacy
- Take a virtual tour of the country's preeminent collection of Confederate artifacts and memorabilia, celebrating its centennial year in 1996.
- Warren Rifles Confederate Museum
- Relics and records of the War Between the States, including arms, battleflags, uniforms and accoutrements, cavalry equipment, rare documents and pictures, personal and domestic items and memorabilia of Belle Boyd, Mosby's Rangers, Generals Jackson, Lee, Early, Longstreet, Ashby, etc. Book & gift shop.
- The Papers of Jefferson Davis
- A complete edition of the works, papers, and correspondence of the first and only president of the Confederate States of America
Jefferson Davis Funeral Album Nine photographs record the December 11, 1889, funeral procession of Confederate President Jefferson Davis, whose body was carried through the streets of New Orleans to Metairie Cemetery and buried there in the tomb of the Army of Northern Virginia following his death on December 6. On May 27, 1893, Davis's remains were transferred to a new casket and placed in state at Confederate Memorial Hall for a day before being removed to the Louisville & Nashville train that carried them to Richmond, Virginia, for reinterment in the Hollywood Cemetery.
OTHER LINEAGE SITES
United Daughters of the Confederacy General Organization
- Children of the Confederacy (CofC)
- Sons of Confederate Veterans (SCV)
- Virginia Division, Sons of Confederate Veterans
- Military Order of Stars and Bars (MOS&B)
- Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR)
- Sons of the American Revolution (SAR)
- The National Society of the Children of the American Revolution (NSCAR)
- Second South Carolina String Band
- This home page provides recording and concert information for the Second South Carolina String Band, one of the most active and popular camp bands around.
- The Civil War Music Store
- A page devoted to the music of the common soldier (North and South) as performed by the incomparable Bobby Horton
- The Americus Brass Band
- One of the country's foremost period brass bands now has its own home page
- Native Ground Music
- Wayne Erbsen's music cassettes and CD's are a staple in battlefield book stores across the country. Visit this home page and find out why.
- Southern Horizon
- Southern Horizon has been performing 19th century period music since 1987 for reenactments, museums, conventions, schools, universities and private engagements. The ensemble performed at the centennial events for the Sons of Confederate Veterans and United Daughters of the Confederacy. They also performed for the Museum of the Confederacy's Bonnie Blue, Palmetto, Lone Star, Tar Heel, and All South Balls. These seasoned musicians research their music and performance styles and are equipped with their own sound system and period attire.
Beauvoir -- The Jefferson Davis Presidential Library and Home
Civil War Preservation Trust
Friends of the Hunley
Jubal Early Homeplace
Laurel Hill ~ Birthplace of General J.E.B. Stuart, CSA
Oakwood Confederate Cemetery
The Pickett Society