This new guide aims to help serious researchers and casual browsers find what they're looking for about the war. If you buy only one book this year on the Civil War, this should be it. (Civil War Times Illustrated)
The authors give equal time to both the battlefield and the homefront, where important social, cultural and racial changes occurred. (The New York Times)
A valuable guide to anyone who is interested in the war and hopes to avoid hours of circular and fruitless web navigation. (The Christian Science Monitor)
More than 300 sites have been neatly packaged by categories that include special looks at black troops, slavery, and women in the Civil War; along with the battles and military leaders. (Roanoke Times And World News)
Highly recommended. This work will serve as a guide to the best current Civil War scholarship available online. (Library Journal)
A new portal to a feast of information. The Civil War on the Web is a boon to those exasperated by their search engines. (QUOTE AFFILIATION: Publisher's Weekly)
Alice E. Carter is director of project management at Interactive Media Associates, an Internet consulting firm in New Jersey. Richard Jensen is professor emeritus of history at the University of Illinois, Chicago, and research associate at the National Center for Supercomputer Applications. He also founded H-Net, the groundbreaking and highly successful web-based book review, information, and scholarly discussion source for the academic community. --This text refers to the Hardcover edition.
Very well organized and reviewed by premiere historians in the field. I personally found much to like about it due to its detailed explanation and breakdown of its ratings. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Michael Huhndorf
A good guide for locating Civil War battles, good study tool to help aid in Civil War reports and studies.Published on May 10, 2013 by charles j thomas
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This is the revised version of this most have book for civil war buffs. Read more