Posts Tagged ‘online’

Slang – one example of the wonders of the Internet

There are lots of great Confederate and War Between the States online resources. Just to give an example: Does it seem like your Confederate gentleman isn’t speaking English? The website below can get you up to date on the “latest” slang

Virtual Confederate Travel

Do you enjoy traveling? Have you taken the chance to visit many of the great War Between the States sites that have been preserved? Would you like to, but haven’t found the chance to yet?

Visit – a great site for those “on the move”, as well as Daughters who are there in spirit. One great feature for the war-minded is podcast tours of battlefields.

Footnote: Note on Confederate Records is not just for Federals! As of November, 2008, the premium (subscription) service contained Compiled Service Records of Confederate Soldiers Who Served in organizations from Alabama, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina and South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, and Virginia. By experimenting with the site, researchers will discover there are also service records of officers and enlisted men who did not belong to any particular regiment, company, comparable unit or special corps. If you do not subscribe to Footnote, check with your local library or genealogical service organization. Many public collections have begun subscriptions to such premium web resources as a service to their customers.

History Found in Oklahoma Blog

Have you tried OHC’s new “Found In Collections” blog online yet? Check it out at – it is a monthly updated site that features things found in the collections of the Oklahoma History Center.

Don’t Sell Yourself Short

While reading, researching, and studying on your own, consider preparing historical press releases or news articles. These can be sent to various media outlets. Additionally, you may post them online in a webpage, blog, bulletin board, newsgroups/Usenet our state elist, other elists, etc.