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Missouri: Civil War
Learn about the Civil War battles that took place in Missouri. Watch Missouri Heritage videos about the divided feelings within the state and about the battle of Wilson’s Creek. View maps highlighting the location of battle sites. There are links to eThemes Resources on the Missouri Compromise and various Civil War topics.
This is a good site for learning about all the battles that took place in Missouri. The sites are marked on a state map. Click on the links for more information about these battles. NOTE: This site includes pop-up ads, other ads, and sponsored links.
Move your mouse over "History" for the options of people, campaigns, battles, features, or a year-by-year summary of Civil War events in Missouri. Click on the "Battle of Island Mound" at the right for an interactive demostration of the battle. NOTE: Some of the external links on the site include forums.
These sites are about the Missouri Compromise and its influence on the United States. Find out about Henry Clay and his role in this decision. Includes maps and some online quizzes. Includes a Missouri Heritage video about Missouri becoming a state, plus links to eThemes Resources on the Civil War.
Learn the reasons why the Civil War began. Read about several battles and military leaders. Includes timelines of major events and maps of the battle areas. View photographs of the war and the men and women involved. There are links to several eThemes Resources on the Civil War.
These sites are about Union soldiers and their beliefs about the Civil War. Read letters written by soldiers to friends and family members. See the uniforms they wore and other artifacts from the war. There are links to eThemes Resources on Confederate Soldiers and an overview of the Civil War.
These sites are about the Confederate soldiers and their beliefs about the Civil War. Read letters from soldiers and see photographs showing them in uniform. Learn which states supported the Confederacy. There are links to eThemes Resources on Unions soldiers and an overview of the Civil War.