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The Battle of Springfield website has a map with multi-media and click enabled buttons.



The Civil War Virtual Museum is a new joint project of the Springfield-Greene County Library and Wilson's Creek National Battlefield.


 

Community & Conflict is an American Civil War era documents and image digitization project by the Springfield-Greene County Library and its partners.


 

The History Museum on the Square houses artifacts, documents and 25,000 photographs related to Greene County's history.



The Mary Whitney Phelps Tent #22, Daughters of Union Veterans of the Civil War, is a heritage-based patriotic and educational organization dedicated to the preservation of American Civil War history.


  

Newtonia Battlefields Protection Association are hosts of two Civil War battles (1862 & 1864).

 

 

Pea Ridge National Military Park was the first large scale battle in Arkansas.



Phelps Camp #66, Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War, is a heritage-based patriotic and educational organization dedicated to American Civil War history and marking historic sites related to the Civil War.


  

Wilson's Creek National Battlefield, the most famous battlefield in Southwest Missouri, is one of the few pristine battlefields within the United States.


 

Wilson's Creek National Battlefield Foundation, a critical partner in acquiring land and preserving American Civil War history.  This site includes reenactment information August 12-14, 2011.