Be sure and check out Ian Workman's Site, dedicated to American Civil War Bullets. Ian is one of the good ones, and has a large variety of bullets.
AMERICAN CIVIL WAR RELICS & MILITARIA
Now I know why Ian Workman never gets to go Relic Hunting, he's too busy creating new websites ! American Civil War Relics is another great one from Ian, and well worth a look !
If you're looking for Civil War Edged Weapons, David Laslavic at Arizona Swords has a nice inventory of swords, sabers, and knives.
BATTERY ONE CIVIL WAR RELICS
Daniel Moody at Battery One in Petersburg, Virginia, has an excellent selection of Civil War Artifacts, specializing in beautiful dug relics.
BULLET & SHELL
Mike Ward & Carl Sitherwood have an Excellent New Site, devoted to Civil War Bullets and Artillery Shells ! Be sure and give them a look, as they have some Superb & Rare Items !
THE CIVIL WAR CONNECTION
Dan & Teresa Patterson in Madison, Mississippi, run the Civil War Connection, and have a great selection of Relics. Dan is also a long time digger, and you can often see his finds in American Digger Magazine.
CIVIL WAR RELIC MAN
The Civil War Relic Man, Harry Ridgeway, in Winchester, Virginia, has High Quality artifacts in every category !
ROBERT COLI'S CIVIL WAR RELIC ROOM
Lord Have Mercy ! Mr. Robert Coli and his friends have sure had buckets of fun ! In the process though, they have documented their finds very well. Excellent site full of good photos of great relics, and some relics for sale.
Brant Arnold & Josh Hughes in Corinth, Mississippi, have got the Relics, and a good selection of them too ! Stan Hughes would be proud to see Corinth Relics still going strong !
Charles Stafford in Glen, Mississippi, is a real nice guy who has some quality Civil War Relics ! Give CSRelics a look !
Jim Stanley & Associates IS cwartifax.com and a good place to find High Quality Civil War Artifacts. I bought the world's slickest dug eagle plate from him a while back.
ECHOES OF BATTLE ANTIQUES
Eric Champigny has a New Civil War website called Echoes of Battle Antiques with a nice selection of relics in a variety of categories. Give it a look.
FORT DONELSON RELICS
John and Nikki Walsh literally are almost right at Fort Donelson. Got a great selection of artifacts, with something for everyone. Be sure and give em' a look.
Bruce Hohler at Franklin Relics has some absolute Top Drawer Confederate Artifacts ! Plus you can even find a few high quality Yankee items there . Give them a look, at the first opportunity !
Greybird Relics is a great place to find lots of dug relics, non dug items, and Real period jewelry too. Run by the nice folks who publish American Digger, Butch and Anita Holcombe.
MUSUEM QUALITY AMERICANA
Cal & Sarah Packard in Ohio, have a great inventory of Historic Documents, Letters, Photographs, and Artifacts ! If you're looking for Gettysburg content, Confederate content, or similiarly important items, be sure and give Museum Quality Americana a look !
Robert Simmons in Winchester, Virginia, has a new site that's definitely worth a look ! Lots of Civil War and 1800s militaria, as well as a selection from the 1900s too.
OLD REBELLION WAR RELICS & MINATURES
You really have to see David Gerber's New site, Old Rebellion War Relics & Minatures ! Great site with lots of excellent reference pages, and of course Civil War Relics and Minatures for sale. Well worth a stop !
PORT HUDSON RELICS
Keith Bauer's site has an excellent selection of artifacts. Lots of items excavated right there in the Pelican State. Good mix of quality relics, and of course being Port Hudson, he has artillery.
Robert Manuel in Powhatan, Virginia, has a Wonderful Website, with lots of Bullets, Buttons, and other Civil War Relics. Be sure and give him a look !
Brian Akins at Rebel Relics has an ever changing inventory of fine artifacts, and lots of em' have a "Rebel Relic Price" .
REUNION CIVIL WAR ANTIQUES
Earl Robinson is one of the most knowledgeable and friendly Civil War Dealers on the west coast. This site has items for everyone from the beginner to the most advanced collectors.
SGT. RIKERS CIVIL WAR TRADING POST
This Civil War Relic site is run by Ransom Hundley, who started detecting relics with the old Metrotech . That's been a while ago, and I bet he's seen a few artifacts since then !
STONES RIVER TRADING COMPANY
Tom Hays at Stones River Trading Company in Murfreesboro, Tennessee, has a large selection of Civil War Relics.
TENNESSEE LEAD - KEN PRICE
If you are looking for a top-drawer example, of just about any Civil War Small Arms Projectile you can think of, it's probably here at Tennesse Lead ! Ken Price in Mosheim, Tennesse, has an extensive selection of outstanding bullets, well worth a look !
TENN REB GIRL
Peggy Dillard has a huge selection of Historical Americana, which also includes a wide variety of Civil War Letters, Documents, Images, Veteran's Items, and more . Well worth a look !
VIRGINIA CIVIL WAR RELICS
Plez Bagby at Virginia Civil War Relics, in Charlottesville, Virginia, has a great selection of relics, most recovered in the Old Dominion.
WAR RELICS FROM THE CIVIL WAR TO THE COLD WAR
Richard J. Williams in Queensbury, New York, has early relics from the Civil War, all the way up thru the Cold War.
Great Metal Detecting Clubs
INDIAN TERRITORY TREASURE HUNTERS CLUB - TULSA, OKLAHOMA
Here is a link to a great metal-detecting club, if you live in the Trans-Mississippi Department. These guys hunt for it all, coins, relics, Civil War relics, and anything else. Several of them have found some Super Top-Grade Civil War artifacts, and many of those finds can be seen on their website, so give it a look for sure if you want to see rare bullets, Indian Territory, Louisiana, & Texas artifacts, and even some gold.
Links For Current, Recently Discharged or Retired US Military Personnel, & US Veterans
Link with Resources to Maximize your G.I. Benefits. Looks to be good, useful information.
A link with resources for helping you to maximize your G.I. Benefits. Looks like there may be quite a bit there for folks either out recently, or some time ago.
Another Good Link for former military who are now, or may in the future, be looking to further their education up to and including college.
Appears to be a good link to assist if you want to go on to college, or other higher education, and utilize all the possible benefits of your military service.
ANOTHER LINK THAT STARTS WITH AN UNDERSTANDING OF PTSD, AND ALSO HAS SEVERAL LINKS FOR VETS INTERESTED IN CONTINUING EDUCATION.
Another link to Veterans Educational Opportunites, that starts with a Pretty Good Description of How to Identify PTSD. Worth a look I think, for anyone not familiar with what exactly PTSD may actually look like.
George Washington Inagural Buttons
CLICK THE BUTTON TO GO TO ROBERT J. SILVERSTEIN'S SUPERB REFERENCE SITE ABOUT GEORGE WASHINGTON INAGURAL BUTTONS
If you like historic buttons, [ and I know you do ] you have got to see Robert J. Silverstein's Reference website for George Washington Inagural Buttons ! Superb site with more GW's than you probably knew existed, and they are all beautifully executed buttons. For Sure, give it a look !
DAN PATTERSON'S - DETECTOR SOURCE
Dan Patterson, who is an "old hand" at using them, has a Real Nice selection of many of the major brands of Metal Detectors. Give em' a look if you're searching for the proper tool to be searching !
Authentic Confederate Currency
Ed Mason in Shrewsbury, Pennsylvania, has the Confederate Notes ! Singles, Rarities, Consecutive Numbered, & Uncut sheets. The beauty of these notes is worth a look !
Living History Supplies
C & D JARNAGIN
C & D Jarnagin in Corinth, Mississippi, has everything you could possibly need, for your authentic Living History impression.
CIVIL WAR INDEX
Home of the American Civil War website. If it has anything to do with the Civil War, chances are you can find it here. Probably the most comprehensive list of Civil War links on the web. The Civil WarIndex.
IOWA IN THE CIVIL WAR
If you are researching a photo, badge, unit, or individual soldier from Iowa, this site is Super Helpful ! Coordinator Mary Alice Schwanke works to uncover everything she can about Iowa in the Civil War.