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Of General Interest:
 

Military Resources - from the American Local History Network
The Civil War in SC - by Eastern Digital Resources, John Rigdon's site. He will do free lookups in his reference sources to determine what unit your confederate ancestor served in regardless of the state.
South Carolina CAS page - Civil War CAS Units
Civil War Book Review - need to know about a WBTS book? This is the place to go
South Carolina Battleground Preservation Trust, Inc. - Acting to Preserve South Carolina's Historic Battlefields 1774 - 1865
Civilwar.com - General info, "timeline" with lists of battles, collection of letters, diaries, and government documents from the war.
Virginia Military Institute Archives - Civil War Resources, some SC men went here!
Confederate Irregular Warfare 1861 - 1865 -  Partisan Rangers Units and Guerrilla Commands (some SC info here)
General Officers of the Civil War - No background info, but lots of pictures
South Carolina Reasons for Secession - The Avalon Project  at the Yale Law School
Constitution of the Confederate States of America, March 11, 1861 -  The Avalon Project  at the Yale Law School
The History Channel - daily Civil War updates, takes a bit to load
USC - Hunley Update
Sherman' s March Through South Carolina -

 

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Area Specific WBTS Links

Kershaw County, South Carolina - Confederate Widow Pension Applications
Civil War @ Charleston - everything you need to know about Charleston in the WBTS
Confederate Corner - mainly Lancaster and Kershaw County, SC
Civil War Roundtable of Charleston, SC -  meets on the 2nd. Tuesday of alternating months for lectures, presentations and other      educational programs related to the War Between the States
Barnwell County, SC - List of Confederate Veterans
Marion County, SC - Including other surrounding counties, with Rosters, a MUST see!
Marlboro County, SC - More rosters and names!
South Carolina Tenth Regiment - Companies A-M Rosters, history by the Horry County Historical Society
26th SC Infantry, Company K - This company of men was formed at Blanton's Crossroads community in Horry District, S.C. in January 1862. Some with bio's.
18th Infantry, Co. G, SC Volunteers - Roster of the Mountain Guards from York Co., SC
Company C 22nd S.C.V Casualties.  -Soldiers who lost their lives in service to South Carolina (Spartanburg area)
Soldiers of 22nd S.C.V. - Roster (Spartanburg area)
Men of the 13th of Laurens County - Roster
Men of the 13th of Lexington County - Roster
Men of the 13th of Spartanburg County - Roster
Company B of the 22nd Regiment of the SC Volunteers - Spartanburg Co.
The 14th South Carolina Regiment webpage - consisting of men from Edgefield, Laurens, Abbeville, Darlington, and Barnwell Counties. (Companies A-K)
The 13th Regiment of the SC Volunteers of the CSA -Spartanburg, Newberry, & Lexington Counties
1st SC Calvery - Abbeville, Allendale, Chester, Charleston, & Georgetown Counties.
Cadet Rangers - www.palmettobookworks.com/rangers.htm
Battalion of State Cadets - www.palmettobookworks.com/scmacadets.htm
Company H, 13th SC Infantry www.palmettobookworks.com/companyh.htm
Company K, 13th SC Infantry www.palmettobookworks.com/companyk.htm
The Battle of Fort. Sumter Official Records and Battle Description
Battle Summary: Rivers' Bridge, SC

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Researching your South Carolina CSA Veteran

SC Archives and History Center - To order records on your SC CSA veteran.
SC Archives and History Center - Confederate Military Records at the Archives
The United States Civil War Center - Researching People of the Civil War Era
Genealogy and the American Civil War - A Brief Introduction to Genealogy and the American Civil War

 
Reenactors:

 Pension Links

SC Civil War Pensions at US GENWEB - Please add your pension data here!
Horry County - Confederate Pension Data 1897-1904, names of Pensioners

Regiments, Legions, Units and Companies:

The Sixteenth South Carolina, C.S.A.- A place where legend meets history to tell a story of our past.. this site has it all! Steve Batson's work makes the men of the past come to life...

Hampton Legion
First Cavalry
Second Cavalry
Fifth Cavalry
Orr's First Rifles
Moore's Second Rifles
Fourth South Carolina
Twelfth South Carolina
18th Infantry, Co. G, SC Volunteers - Roster of the Mountain Guards from York Co., SC
Company C 22nd S.C.V Casualties.  -Soldiers who lost their lives in service to South Carolina (Spartanburg area)
Soldiers of 22nd S.C.V. - Roster
Company B of the 22nd Regiment of the SC Volunteers - Roster & history, good reading!
The 14th South Carolina Regiment webpage - consisting of men from Edgefield, Laurens, Abbeville, Darlington, and Barnwell Counties. (Companies A-K)
The 10th South Carolina Volunteer Infantry  - Rosters and Regmental history
South Carolina Tenth Regiment - Companies A-M Rosters, history by the Horry County Historical Society
26th SC Infantry, Company K - This company of men was formed at Blanton's Crossroads community in Horry District, S.C. in January 1862. Some with bio's.
Kershaw's Brigade - By Mac Wyckoff and James B. Clary
2nd South Carolina Volunteer Infantry Regiment  - By  Mac Wyckoff
The 3rd South Carolina Volunteer Infantry Regiment  - By  Mac Wyckoff
The Third SC Volunteer Infantry Battalion known also as the Laurens and/or the James Battalion - By: Sam B. Davis
The 7th SC Volunteer Infantry Regiment  - By  Mac Wyckoff
Roll of the 7th South Carolina Volunteer Infantry Regiment  - Shelby Pittman - Webmaster and Editor
The 15th South Carolina Volunteer  Infantry Regiment - By James B. Clary
20th S C Volunteer Infantry Regiment - By  Mac Wyckoff
The Claremont Cavalry - Holcombe's Legion South Carolina Volunteers, Company A, 7th Regiment, Company I South Carolina Cavalry
Roster of Company I, 25th Regiment -  South Carolina Volunteers
Roster of Company I, 23rd Regiment - South Carolina Volunteers
Roster of Company H, 26th Regiment - South Carolina Volunteers
Roster of Company K, 23rd Regiment - South Carolina Volunteers
20th South Carolina - Militia of State Troops, Sumter District, South Carolina
 

Organizations

United Daughters of the Confederacy® - Home Page
Sons of Confederate Veterans - South Carolina Division
Sons of Confederate Veterans - Pickens Camp 71, Pickens, South Carolina
Sons of Confederate Veterans - Secession Camp #4, Charleston, South Carolina

The Immortal Six-Hundered -  CSA related. To this day there has never been a monument or museum exhibit to tell the story of the Immortal Six-Hundred. Please read about this!
Friends of the Florence Stockade Society SC - Database project, and organization founded to preserving the heritage of the stockade.
Point Lookout POW Descendants Organization - dedicated to those men, women, and children who suffered while imprisoned at Point Lookout Prison Camp for Confederates from 1863 to 1865
The Civil War Trust - largest battlefield preservation organization

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Prisons
 

Elmira Prison Camp OnLine Library - very nice site with some bios of men who were held prisoner there, both Conferderate and Union
POW Camps - a must see! Lots of history here. Richard also contributed to this site!
Prisoner Listing Project - Richard Courtney is working on compiling data of all Prisoners, mainly Elmira and Point Look out. POW listings also!
Prisoner Listing Project - Mirror site of the above.
Ohio Prisoner of War Camp Sources - books and such on the Ohio prisons
Friends of the Florence Stockade Society SC - Database project, and organization founded to preserving the heritage of the stockade.
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Cemeteries in South Carolina

Florence National Cemetery, SC - ongoing online project of compiling names of the men who are buried there. Index available.

Online Magazines

 
Other Site's Links Pages:

Links from Steve Batson's site on the 16th SC CSA.

Battles in SC Links

Battery Wagner  - The Assault of July 18, 1863
The Battle of Honey Hill, S.C. -  November 30, 1864
Battle of Secessionville -  June 1862, Charleston, SC
Crisis at Fort Sumtner - Fort Sumter in April 1861
United States Civil War Center - links to battles including SC
CWSAC Battle Summaries - SC
South Carolina Civil War Map of Battles - Maps and summaries

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