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Thank you for visiting Budget Homeschool. This section of our site provides free resources for homeschooling parents and students on a variety of topics and subject matter. I hope you find these links useful.

While I do my best to keep this list as up-to-date as possible, some websites do fall by the wayside. If you find a bad link, or a link that should be included here, please let me know.

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[Subjects]  [/History] [/American] [/Civil War]
    • Civil War - A to Z Home's Cool

    • The American Civil War

    • Civil War, Guns & Education

    • Historical Fiction for Children

    • Virtual Civil Warby John Hamill Ages: 8+Fields of battle are not like other places; they are made special by men's sacrifices. A battle cannot be properly understood without seeing where it was fought. The battlefield photographs are intended to show the lay of the land and make the battles understandable; many of the photos are panoramic and show the land much better than a single snapshot. Terrain has an enormous impact on battles, and battles change the course of history.Subjects: resource, photographer, Civil War, Gettysburg, First Manassas, Carnifix Ferry, Cedar Mountain, Brawner Farm, Petersburg Assault, Cold Harbor Campaign, Hunter's Raid Location: various

    • Cotton promotes slavery

    • The Civil War in Children's Literature

    • Virtual Civil Warby Mike Lynaugh Ages: 7+Photographer Mike Lynaugh has created an impressive collection of original Civil War era photographer, which he shares. The site is shy on text but loaded with terrific Civil War images of all sorts. Keep this link handy to refer to as you study the Civil War.Subjects: resource, photographer, Civil War, Gettysburg, confederate heritage, battlefields, historic images, original Civil War photographs, re-enactments, Rememberance Day, Photo ShowcaseLocation: various

    • Shotgun's Opinion Page

    • Abraham Lincoln's Birthplace Video: Remembering Lincolnby KET Ages: 9 - 15Why is it important to memorialize heroes? Why is Abraham Lincoln remembered and how is he recognized? Find out more in this video segment from the KET production Lincoln: I, too, am a Kentuckian and in this background essay. Because of his leadership as president, Abraham Lincoln is considered an American hero. Have you ever thought about how we honor our heroes?Subjects: video, history, resource, essay, Abraham Lincoln, hero, leadership, Lincoln Birthplace National Historic Park, memorial, stamps, Lincoln pennies, honor, log cabin, President LincolLocation: Hodgenville, Kentucky