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Civil War Institute at Manor College, Guide to Primary Sources for Civil War Research   Tags: civil war, delaware valley civil war round table, primary sources, regimental histories  

A quick look at digital and hard-copy primary sources for Civil War research.
Last Updated: Aug 4, 2014 URL: http://guides.library.manor.edu/civilwarroundtable Print Guide RSS Updates

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Welcome!

Welcome!  The Basileiad Library of Manor College houses over 680 titles related to the Civil War, including a complete set of The War of the Rebellion:  A Compilation of the Official Records of the Union and Confederate Armies... 

Members of the Delaware Valley Civil War Round Table and students taking Continuing Education classes are welcome to use the collection at the Basileiad Library, and can obtain a courtesy library card at the Reference Desk.  Circulating books may be taken out for a period of 4 weeks; reference books, such as the OR do not circulate.  Overdue fines will be charged for late returns.

 

DVCWRT

  • The Delaware Valley Civil War Roundtable
    "The Delaware Valley Civil War Round Table is a group of civil war enthusiasts, both men and women, who share a common interest, and meet to study and exchange information on the Civil War. It is an independent organization, formed in April of 1992, with a constitution and elected officers, to promote information, knowledge, and fellowship."

 

The Civil War Institute at Manor College

The Civil War Institute at Manor College is a formal organization dedicated to preserving a period of time in our history that to this day has had a profound social, economic and religious impact on our nation. In association with the Delaware Valley Civil War Round Table, the Institute has developed a variety of subjects pertaining to the era of 1861-1865 and adapted each for all age levels.

Through the Institute, a Civil War Certificate Program was developed. In order to be awarded a certificate you must complete eight courses, four of which must be taken from the college's core curriculum. Attendance at all selected courses is expected.

To request a brochure on the Institute and programs, please write to:

Manor College
Continuing Education Department
700 Fox Chase Road
Jenkintown, PA 19046-3319

 

To Suggest Additional Soruces...

If you would like to suggest additional resources to be linked to this site, please contact:

Beth Lander, Director of Library Services, Manor College

blander@manor.edu

All suggested resources must be links to digital collections of primary source material related to the Civil War.  Links to library collections, museums, reenactment groups, etc., will not be accepted.

All submissions will be vetted prior to addition to the site.

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