Civil War 150
New Hampshire

Links to Civil War 150 in New Hampshire resources:

Civil War Roundtable of New Hampshire

The Civil War Roundtable of New Hampshire was founded in May of 1991, and is dedicated to all aspects of the Civil War: Education, Preservation and Restoration. The CWRT-NH is a group of men and women who share a common interest in the War Between The States and that period in American History that defined Our Nation, as we know it today. Meetings are held the 3rd Friday of each month, except July, August and December. The meeting format is Speaker/Discussion. Coffee is served at 6:45 and the meeting starts at 7:15 p.m. The CWRTNH is a non-Profit 501(c) organization. Meetings are free and open to the public.


New Hampshire Historical Society Library


The Society’s Tuck Library preserves the finest collection of printed, manuscript, and pictorial materials relating to New Hampshire history anywhere. The library is named for the Society's greatest benefactor, Edward Tuck,

who, in the early 1900s, donated funds to build a new library for the Society. Tuck, a native of Exeter, and his wife, Julia (1850-1928), were generous philanthropists in New Hampshire and in France throughout their lives. Tuck also established the Amos Tuck School of Business at his alma mater, Dartmouth College, named in honor of his father, who was a U.S. Congressman from New Hampshireand a leader in establishing the Republican Party in the mid-1850s. The Society's special collections department preserves and shares thousands of unique and marvelous resources documenting the history of New Hampshire: over 3,000 manuscript collections, 200,000 images, 1,000 maps, and thousands of items of printed ephemera. The Library catalog lists more than 300 items specific to the American Civil War, including individual NH town records.

A Historical Look at Firearms of the Civil War -- A student-created research project.

And thanks to a group of K-5 students using this site to work on a Civil War study project, this link to an Illinois Civil War History site that has many additional resource links.

Gilder Lehrman Institute -- Civil War Sesquicentennial Resources


This nonprofit organization supports the study and love of American history through a wide range of programs and resources for students, teachers, scholars, and history enthusiasts.   We have a national presence that reaches over 90,000 history educators. The Institute has recently launched this new section of its site in honor of the Civil War Sesquicentennial as a portal to teachers and students for Sesquicentennial content through a variety of online exhibitions, slideshows, scholarly articles and podcasts that uncover the turbulent and complicated landscape of the Civil War era. Some highlights of the content posted there:

Online Exhibitions
"Abraham Lincoln: A Man of His Time, A Man for All Times " Explore Lincoln's life and legacy through images, documents, and readings.
"Abraham Lincoln in His Own Words" based on the exhibition of documents from the Gilder Lehrman Collection on display at the New-York Historical Society.

SlideshowsLincoln, Douglas, and their Historic Debates
 "I take up my pen": Letters from the Civil War
Wilberforce, Lincoln, and the Abolition of Slavery
Lincoln and the Emancipation Proclamation

Exclusive Articles
Allen Guelzo on The Emancipation Proclamation 
Kenneth T. Jackson on "From these honored dead": Memorial Day and Veterans’ Day in American History 
Eric Foner: “Reconstruction and Citizenship”
James McPherson: “Crossroads of Freedom: Antietam”
Henry Louis Gates, Jr: A Bondwoman's NarrativeDavid Blight: The Civil War


And our colleagues at the New Jersey Civil War 150th Committee and New Jersey Civil War Heritage Association.

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