Civil War Blogs (Blogroll)

This page lists all of the Civil War Blogs I have discovered.  The Civil War blogs are in alphabetical order and this list is identical to the list of Civil War blogs I have available in the right sidebar on the main page of TOCWOC – A Civil War Blog.

I recently listed my personal Top 10 Civil War Blogs and a second list of Top 10 Civil War Blogs here at TOCWOC – A Civil War Blog.

Civil War Blogs


36 responses to “Civil War Blogs (Blogroll)”

  1. […] but steady rate, much like I did earlier this year.  I never removed Brian’s blog from my Civil War blogroll, so feel free to continue accessing A. Lincoln Blog and seeing new content once […]

  2. […] tip to Eric Wittenberg for pointing out a new Civil War blog named the American Civil War Forum Blog.  As you might imagine, there is a Civil War forum on the […]

  3. […] like to take a moment to welcome Josh M. over at the new Civil War blog Student of the Civil War.  Josh is a graduate student at Rutgers University.  The blog has been […]

  4. […] familiar with Maggie’s Civil War Women blog. Well, now Maggie has company. Marny’s new Civil War blog Women of the Civil War debuted on Friday, June 13th. Let’s hope that’s not an ill omen! […]

  5. […] was making the round of the Civil War blogosphere this evening when I stumbled on Brian Downey’s mention of Steven Mynes’ new Civil War […]

  6. […] Reader Don H. clued me in to the new Army of Tennessee blog today. A group of four Army of Tennessee scholars, Daryl Black, Patrick Lewis, Lee White, Chris Young, have combined to “focus on social history, but not forget battle studies, biographies, and army politics.”  Here’s a link to their first post from early March.  Good luck guys, a welcome to the blogosphere.  I’ve added a link to the Army of Tennessee blog in my Civil War blogroll. […]

  7. […] few hours.  I can’t access my source code from work or it’d be up now.  Check out my Civil War blogroll for details […]

  8. […] have another entry in the Civil War blogging community. Thanks to Eric Wittenberg for pointing this one out. Sarah, a Harvard student, discusses […]

  9. […] have started to receive quite a few requests to review Civil War fiction here at the ol’ Civil War blog.  The requests intrigue me and I have often thought about expanding the scope of my posts here at […]

  10. […] you may want to subscribe to my RSS feed. Thanks for visiting!We have another new member of the Civil War Blogosphere, The Civil War Network. The founder of the blog Francis Rose has a background in radio. Naturally […]

  11. […] prejudices against academia by some Civil War buffs. (Note: We see this pop up from time to time in the Civil War blogosphere.) Rable is “no great defender of academic history” and believes academics should try to write […]

  12. […] have been quite a few mentions of the Gettysburg Visitor Center over the past few weeks in the Civil War blogosphere, and some of this has spilled over into the question of what type of interpretation should be seen […]

  13. […] Wheeler of the Washington Post has added a new Civil War blog, A House Divided, to the ever-growing Civil War blogosphere.  The introductory post has the following interesting information: Civil War columnist Linda […]

  14. […] so long, and I’d like to thank TJ as well for volunteering to host the carnival this year.  Civil War bloggers, please not that TJ asks for more submissions from all of us in the post I’ve linked to, so […]

  15. […] As I thought might happen, this book is up near the top of the list.  Unfortunately, many in the Civil War blogosphere do not think all that highly of this one, believing McPherson mailed this in.  Read with a […]

  16. […] posted at diapsalmata.  Two Civil War blog entries made the cut, though neither entry was from a Civil War blog.  Go check them […]

  17. […] welcome Jared Frederick of Interning Learning: Reflections of a Student Intern at Gettysburg to the Civil War blogosphere (hat tip to John David Hoptak at Civil War Musings).  He’ll be blogging about his internship […]

  18. […] you may want to subscribe to my RSS feed. Thanks for visiting!We have another new addition to the Civil War blog ranks, Chris Loperfido’s Everythingcivilwar’s Blog.  Chris is a former intern at the […]

  19. […] Thanks for visiting!Pardon the (pretty bad) pun in the title, but I recently learned of another new Civil War blog, The Newport Barracks (hat tip to Andrew Duppstadt).  Blogger Eric Lindblade is in the process of […]

  20. Herndonpaul Avatar

    Great resource site. I’d like to see if my photo blog might be added.

    1. Brett Schulte Avatar


      sure! I’ll go ahead and add you.

      If other Civil War Bloggers read this comment and I do not yet have your blog listed, feel free to send along your blogs as well.


  21. Paul Harris Avatar

    Thanks. I found it down the list. I’ll announce that I am on the list and lead those following to here.

  22. Randal Allred Avatar

    There is one more for your list of CW blogs: The American Civil War 150 Years Ago Today: A no-frills day-by-day account of what was happening 150 years ago, this blog is intended to be a way that we can experience or remember the Civil War with more immediacy, in addition to understanding the flow of time as we live in it.

    A daily sampling of life on the field, at home, and major events.

    1. Brett Schulte Avatar

      Thanks Randal! I’ve added your blog to the blogroll.

  23. Steve Nelson Avatar

    I don’t know if this will qualify for your blog list, but I have a blog based on my gggrandfather’s war diary while in the 12th Indiana Vol Infantry. It’s pretty terse stuff, mostly about the weather, but his unit was part of many significant events starting with Grant’s Mississippi Central Campaign and Vicksburg.

    1. Brett Schulte Avatar


      Absolutely it qualifies. Thanks for bringing it to my attention. I’ll go add a link to your site now.


  24. Dianne Rosell Avatar

    Hi! I just started this blog about my GG Grandfather’s regiment. Would you mind adding it to your list? Thanks.

    1. Brett Schulte Avatar


      Absolutely! You have been added. I also run a Siege of Petersburg web site, and have pages for every unit which fought at Petersburg. Here is my 139th Pennsylvania page: Feel free to use any of the info I’ve collected there on your new blog.


  25. Nick Burchett Avatar

    Brett, Have been a longtime fan of your blog. Great information and super easy to navigate. I have had a Civil War blog online for a while, but only recently decided to give it some much needed attention. It focuses on the War in Missouri and Kansas during the Border War years as well as the Civil War years. I would be highly appreciative if you would consider adding it to your list.



  26. Peter Dalton Avatar

    Here is a new Civil War Blog dedicated to recording the Shenandoah Valley’s Civil War History.
    Check it out.

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