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- Perryville Battlefield State Historic Site (Kentucky State Park)
- Roster by Company, 11th Kentucky Cavalry, C.S.A. The rosters were compiled from various sources by Anderson Chenault Quisenberry (nephew of Col. Chenault) in 1907.
- Geology and the Civil War shows how topography and geology affected the war, including the Battle of Perryville.
- Introduction to Danville, Perryville, and Boyle County, Kentucky
Other Kentucky Civil War Links
- Kentucky Civil War Map of Battles and battle descriptions
- Keeping the Home Fires Burning: Civil War in Southeast Kentucky, by Holly Timm, is a historical essay which includes a bibliography of primary sources.
- Civil War Sites Preservation Program of the Kentucky Heritage Council
- Camp Wildcat Battlefield is located in northern Laurel County, Kentucky. The Battle of Wildcat Mountain was fought from the early afternoon of October 20 to the night of October 21, 1861.
- Shaker Village at Pleasant Hill, Kentucky
- Lexington, Kentucky Civil War Heritage from the Lexington tourism board
- The Battle of Sacramento details a battle fought in McLean County on December 28, 1861 that marked Nathan Bedford Forrests first combat.
General Civil War Links
- The Civil War from PBS is the companion site to the Ken Burns documentary series.
- Selected Civil War photographs from the Library of Congress
- Women of the American Civil War is part of the excellent American Civil War site.
- Americas Civil War magazine from thehistorynet.com
- Shotguns Home of the American Civil War includes his favorite Civil War links.
- Civil War Heritage Web Ring
- The American Civil War Homepage is a comprehensive link page.
Other KET Resources
- Kentucky Life Program 210 The Blue and the Gray at Perryville
- Kentucky Life Program 516 The Battle of Mill Springs
Kentucky Government Resources