A great site of digital collections on the Civil War

Hat tip to my colleague Joe Camisa for making me aware of this new site that links digital Civil War collections from a several prestigious libraries in the South. Civil War in the American South is a project put out by members of the Association of Southeastern Research Libraries (ASERL), which include libraries at Duke, Clemson, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi State, Virginia, and the UNC system. A cursory glance shows several promising collections on a variety of subjects. I urge my readers to check it out and explore this research tool.

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4 thoughts on “A great site of digital collections on the Civil War

  1. Thanks for your positive feedback about our site, Daniel! ASERL libraries will continue to add content to it over the next few years — so we welcome comments, suggestions, and requests for specific types of info (such as the post above). Tell all your friends!

    John Burger, Executive Director
    Association of Southeastern Research Libraries (ASERL)

    • John,

      You are quite welcome. I look forward to hearing more about the project and if you have anything to share further that we can post, please use our contact page and we’ll do our best to get it out.

      Daniel

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