- CSS Hunley (3)
Learn about CSS Hunley, the U.S. Confederate submarine which sank undersea while sinking a warship near Charleston, South Carolina, in 1864. Sites offer history, background information, current news, archaeological efforts, and data obtained from a 23-year long search project that led to the discovery of the sunk CSS Hunley.
- 8th Texas Cavalry Regiment
Dedicated to gathering, preserving, and sharing the history of the unit also known as Terry's Rangers.
- 43rd Virginia Cavalry
Also known as Mosby's Rangers. Site includes biography of the unit's commander, Col. John Singleton Mosby, and background on reenactments.
- 20th Tennessee Cavalry, CSA
- CSS Alabama (5)
- 27th Alabama Infantry
Muster rolls for companies A - K, and listings of soldiers from unknown companies and those that died as POWs.
- CSS Virginia (2)
- 26th Mississippi Infantry, C.S.A.
Features historical notes, rosters, photos, and a directory of descendants.
- 1st Maryland Cavalry
- Confederate Cavalry 1861-1865
- 7th Arkansas Infantry
Reenactment group which portrays the average soldier who left Arkansas to fight for the Confederacy in the Army of Tennessee.
- CSS Albemarle
Brief overview of the ship's history and the spar-torpedo boats used to sink her.
- 1st South Carolina Volunteer Infantry
Unit information on the Pee Dee Light Artillery, a member of the North-South Skirmish Association (N-SSA).
- 2nd Texas Infantry
Participating in roundball and skirmish type events.
- U.S. Civil War Navies
Extensive collection of articles, muster rolls, and images of the Union and Confederate naval services.
- Some Major Classes and Types of the Confederate States Navy
Offers information on Confederate wooden and ironclad gunboats, cruisers, and commerce raiders.
- 35th Battalion Virgina Cavalry CSA