15th Michigan Internet Links of Interest
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A short overview of Michigan's involvement in the Civil War provided by the Michigan National Guard.
The 21st Michigan - Detailed information on one of "Sherman's Bummers."
Virtual Gettysburg Tour - An outstanding site.
The Battle of Gettysburg Resource Collection - A Great source. Thanks to Mrs. A and her student.
Chattanooga: A Road Trip Through Time - Excellent narrative, artist's photographs and informative maps describe Chattanooga in 1863<
Antietam National Battlefield - National Park Service
Battle of Gettysburg - A photo tour of the Battlefields.
Shotgun's home of the American Civil War - Largest single source of Civil War biographical material on the web. Contains biographical sketches of over 70 military and political leaders including women.
Civil War Maps from the Library of Congress
Civil War Battle Summaries - A short summary of every Civil War battle by the Heritage Preservation Services of the National Park Service.
Bentonville Battleground - Excellent account of the little studied battle, which was the last major battle fought by a Confederate army. The 15tht Michigan saw action during this battle.
Civil War Timeline - Provided by the U.S. Department of the Interior, National Park Service.
The Cumberland Guard - An umbrella organization of U.S. Civil War reenacting regiments from the states of Michigan, Indiana, Ohio and Wisconsin. The 15th Michigan is a proud member of the Guard.
Medich Battalion - An umbrella organization of Confederate Civil War reenacting groups in the Michigan, Indiana, and Ohio area.
4th Texas, Co. E. - Federal alter ego 16th Michigan, Co. B.
Civil War Re-enactors Home Page
Civil War Webquest - This Webquest is designed to meet Michigan 8th Grade Social Studies Standards. It can be adapted for use in any state and for high school use.
The Battle of Bentonville - A short classroom exercise about determining faces from the Nation Park Service. The story is about Lt. M.W. Bates and the 21st Michigan.