List of American Civil War topics

This is a list of topics relating to the American Civil War.

General

* Cotton
* Eli Whitney
* Emancipation Proclamation
* Naming the American Civil War
* List of people associated with the American Civil War
* Manumission
* Martial law
* Medal of Honor
* Old Glory
* Privateer
* Racism
* Slavery
* Supreme Court Cases of the American Civil War
* Thanksgiving
* Treason
* Yankee
* Women in the American Civil War

Places

* Alabama
** Alabama in the American Civil War
*** Mobile, Alabama, in the Civil War
*** Montgomery, Alabama
*** Selma, Alabama, in the Civil War
* Arizona
** Arizona Territory (CSA)
** Arizona in the American Civil War
* Arkansas
** Arkansas in the American Civil War
* California
** California in the Civil War
* Colorado
** Colorado in the Civil War
* Florida
** Florida in the American Civil War
*** Tampa in the Civil War
* Georgia
** Georgia in the American Civil War
*** Atlanta in the Civil War
* Illinois
** Illinois in the Civil War
* Indiana
** Indiana in the American Civil War
* Kansas
** Kansas in the American Civil War
* Kentucky
** Kentucky in the American Civil War
*** Louisville in the American Civil War
* Louisiana
** Louisiana in the American Civil War
*** Baton Rouge in the Civil War
*** New Orleans in the American Civil War
*** New Orleans in the Civil War
* Maryland
** Maryland in the American Civil War
** Maryland in the Civil War
*** Baltimore riot of 1861
* Michigan
** Michigan in the American Civil War
* Mississippi
** Mississippi in the Civil War
* Missouri
** Missouri in the Civil War
*** St. Louis in the Civil War
* New Jersey
** New Jersey in the Civil War
* New Mexico
** New Mexico in the Civil War
* New York
** New York City in the Civil War
*** New York Draft Riots
* North Carolina
** North Carolina in the American Civil War
*** Wilmington, North Carolina, in the Civil War
* Ohio
** Ohio in the Civil War
*** Cincinnati in the Civil War
*** Cleveland in the Civil War
* Pennsylvania
** Pennsylvania in the Civil War
* South Carolina
** South Carolina in the American Civil War
*** Charleston, South Carolina, in the Civil War
*** Columbia, South Carolina, in the Civil War
*** Mitchelville
** South Carolina in the Civil War
* Tennessee
** Tennessee in the American Civil War
** Tennessee in the Civil War
*** Memphis, Tennessee in the Civil War
* Texas
** Texas in the American Civil War
*** Houston, Texas in the Civil War
* Vermont
** Vermont in the Civil War
* Virginia & West Virginia
** Virginia in the Civil War
*** Harpers Ferry in the Civil War
*** Richmond in the American Civil War
*** Winchester in the Civil War
** West Virginia in the American Civil War
*** Romney, West Virginia during the American Civil War
*** Shenandoah Valley
* Washington, D.C.
** Washington, D.C. in the American Civil War

* Canada
** Canada in the American Civil War
* Mexico
** Bagdad, Tamaulipas
* Belize
** Toledo Settlement
* Brazil
** Santa Bárbara d'Oeste
** Americana, São Paulo
* Britain
** Britain in the American Civil War

General military

* Battles of the American Civil War
* Cavalry in the American Civil War
* Field Artillery in the American Civil War
* Infantry in the American Civil War
* Military leadership in the American Civil War
* Plight of the common soldier in the American Civil War
* Rail transport in the American Civil War
* Turning point of the American Civil War

Technology

* Brooke rifle
* Canister shot
* Coal torpedo
* Cotton gin
* Enfield rifles
* Fayetteville rifle
* Henry rifle
* Hospital ships
* Ironclad warship
* Land mine
* M1819 Hall rifle
* Machine gun
* Military strategy
* Minié ball
* Naval mine
* Parrott rifle
* Pratt & Whitney
* Scorched earth
* Sharps Rifle
* Spencer repeating rifle
* Springfield Model 1861
* Springfield Model 1863
* Submarine
* Turret
* Turret ship
* Union Army Balloon Corps
* United States Military Academy
* United States Naval Academy
* United States National Academy of Sciences
* Joseph Whitworth
* Ketchum Grenade

Union

* Allan Pinkerton
* New York Draft Riots
* The Philadelphia Inquirer
* USS Monitor

Confederate

* H.L. Hunley
* Arizona Territory (CSA)
* Flags of the Confederate States of America
* Stamps and postal history of the Confederate States
* Confederate Secret Service
* White House of the Confederacy
* CSS Virginia
* Confederate Medal of Honor
* Confederate Home Guard

Pre-War

* Antebellum
* Compromise of 1850
* Corwin Amendment
* Crittenden Compromise
* Origins of the American Civil War
* Free City of Tri-Insula
* Bleeding Kansas
* Uncle Tom's Cabin
* Free Methodist Church
* Georgia Platform
* Kansas-Nebraska Act
* Oberlin College
* Presbyterian Church
* Underground Railroad
* Missouri Compromise
* John C. Calhoun
* Nat Turner
* Force Bill
* Nullification Crisis
* Gag rule
* Wilmot Proviso
* Morrill Tariff
* Morrill Land-Grant Colleges Act
* National Banking Act
* Third Party System
* John Brown
* United States presidential election, 1860
* Manifest Destiny
* Oberlin-Wellington Rescue
* James Batchelder
* Anthony Burns
* Dred Scott

Wartime

* Andersonville prison
* Dahlgren Affair
* Guerrilla warfare
* Habeas corpus
* Income tax in the United States
* Kaiser Burnout
* Mother's Day
* Nickajack
* Quantrill's Raiders
* Republic of Winston
* United States presidential election, 1864
* West Virginia
* Zouave

Post-War

* Abraham Lincoln's Assassination
* Alabama Claims
* American Civil Rights Movement
* Bushwhacker
* Carpetbagger
* Confederados
* James-Younger gang
* Jim Crow laws
* Ku Klux Klan
* Last surviving United States war veterans
* Mobile magazine explosion
* Sultana (steamboat)
* Reconstruction
* Redeemers
* Freedman's Bureau
* Juneteenth
* Thirteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution
* Fourteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution
* Fifteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution
* Memorial Day
* Plessy v. Ferguson
* Slavery and State's Rights (speech)
* United Confederate Veterans
* Monument to the Unknown Confederate Soldier

Media

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* The Birth of a Nation
* Cold Mountain (film)
* Friendly Persuasion (film)
* Gettysburg (film)
* Glory (film)
* Gods and Generals
* Gods and Generals (film)
* Gone with the Wind
* Gone with the Wind (film)
* The Good, the Bad and the Ugly
* Ken Burns
* Little Women
* Major Dundee
* Mourning Becomes Electra
* Shenandoah (film)
* The Horse Soldiers
* The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down
* The Outlaw Josey Wales
* The Red Badge of Courage
* Ride with the Devil

Related hobbies

* Chancellorsville (game)
* CHARGE! (magazine)
* Civil War (AH game)
* Dixie (card game)
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* Gettysburg (game)
* Gods and Generals (video game)
* Terrible Swift Sword (game)


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