Steubenville's Civil War - Jefferson county Ohio and America's Greatest Conflict

Civil War Resources at the Schiappa Library, Steubenville, Jefferson county Ohio

Civil War Remembrances By: Emelda Junkin Donaldson
Jefferson County Civil War Items Returned Home
History of Richmond - Civil War Veterans
Jefferson County, Ohio Civil War History from the book titled, Biographical Data, by Robert S. Vore
Military Timelines From Earliest Through 1865, Civil War
Andersonville Prison
Ohio's Medal of Honor Recipients - Jefferson County Listing
A Typical Decoration Day 1886
Taps
Boy Scout Saves Civil War Cannon
Listing of GAR Posts in Jefferson County Ohio

Civil War Burials in Salem Township

Civil War Spouses Buried at Steubenville Union Cemetery in Steubenville Township
Local Civil War Author - William Pittenger - The Daring and Suffering
Jefferson County Civil War History
Name Index of Civil War Veterans Found On Grave Registration Cards
Historical Burial Site of Morgan’s Raiders
Civil War - 69th Infantry, Ohio   
Steubenville's Civil War - Created by local native Jeff Evans.
The Civil War Archive Regiment Index
Civil War Soldiers and Sailors System
Civil War Interactive – The Daily Newspaper of the Civil War
www.civilwar.nps.gov/cwss/ - Ohio Civil War Roster Online [Civil War Soldiers System Project]
http://docsouth.unc.edu/fpn/texts.html - Civil War Books online now available  – You can download (for free) transcribed books, which were written during, or shortly after the Civil War. The collection is called, “First Person Narratives of the American South.” Many books are rare and out of print and now available to the public. 
www.interment.net - Deceased military personnel are buried in www.scv.org/ - Veterans cemeteries most of which can be located through Sons of Confederate Veterans is an organization whose purpose is to preserve history. 
www.hqudc.org - United Daughters of the Confederacy was formed in 1894. They can help point you toward records that may still exist for Confederate soldiers and in some cases, to records of their local chapters. Ladies of the Grand Army of the Republic, contact Jan at – jcall@cros.net for more info.– If you are a female 10 yr. of age or older, are a direct descendant of a Union Civil War veteran, or niece, or descendant of a nurse of the Civil War, you are eligible for membership.
http://edweb.sdsu.edu/people/bdodge/scaffold/CW/warweb.html -Civil War Rosters listed by State at  The American Civil War homepage
www.geocities.com/Area51/Lair/3680/cw/cw.html - Here’s another Civil War site of rosters by state.
www.ancestry.com - Civil War Service Records
www.itd.nps.gove/cwss/index.html - Civil War Soldiers & Sailors System
www.civilwardata.com - American Civil War Research Database 
www.ohiocivilwar.com - Ohio in the Civil War 

Clement W. Daniels, buried in the  Old Sugar Grove section Pioneer Cemetery, Knox Township.  His brother is  Abraham Daniels and has a monument and is a Civil War veteran

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