Civil War Trust

  • Save Champion Hill

    Grant’s Vicksburg Campaign

    Today, you have the opportunity to permanently preserve 66 historic acres at Champion Hill at the heart of the main fighting.

  • Video: Flags In4

    Historian Greg Biggs explains the various types of flags used by both sides during the Civil War in this episode of the Civil War Trust's In4 video series.

  • Help Send Students to Battlefields

    Want to impact the next generation? Our Field Trip Fund gives students the opportunity to experience history on actual ground where the battles were fought.

  • Brandy Station Battle App® Guide

    Download the latest addition to our suite of 15 FREE apps to explore Civil War history, on the battlefields or from your home.

  • End of the Civil War

    150th Anniversary

    After four years of Civil War, the United States of America began the 'Road to Reunion' in the spring and summer of 1865. Learn more about these dramatic events and plan your own commemoration.

Conference Suggested Reading

civil war books

Coming to our Annual Conference? Visit our Civil War Trust-Amazon bookstore for books on your tour topics and by historians you will meet.

Browse Our Booklist »

Champion Hill Video

Champion Hill Video

This War Department™ episode describes the battle and importance of the 66 acre-tract the Civil War Trust is currently working to save at Champion Hill.

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From the Front Lines

 

Honor Our Soldiers

 

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Civil War Timeline


Learn more about our Civil War
history via our interactive timeline. Follow the great events of the American Civil War.
View the Timeline »

Hallowed Ground Magazine Online

Each issue of our award-winning magazine is packed with Civil War history from the finest authors and information on Civil War Trust activities. View the Magazine »

Visit a Civil War Site Near You

Treat your family to an educational adventure by touring Civil War battlefields. Visit Civil War Discovery Trail for trip planning, tour maps,
and more. More »


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