Philip STRACK, USS Potomac
Brief biography and service details of a Union Navy enlisted man who was born in Germany.
Port Columbus Civil War Naval Museum
Register of Confederate Naval Patients in the C.S. Hospital Ship St. Philip at New Orleans, Louisiana, 1861-1862
Register of Confederate naval patients, which includes personal details.
Research Guide: Civil War Navies
Search the Passenger List of the Civil War's 1865 Sultana Tragedy
Search the free 2,090-name passenger list of the Civil War's 1865 Sultana tragedy.
SULTANA BOOK - On the Way Home... West Virginia Soldiers on the Sultana
Free online book, by Linda Cunningham Fluharty. An accounting of the West Virginia soldiers, just released from Confederate prison camps, who were on the ill-fated Sultana when it exploded on the Mississippi River April 27, 1865.
SULTANA Mailing List
For anyone who is researching the 2,000+ soldiers aboard the ill-fated steamship Sultana which exploded in 1865. Archives: browse or search.
The Civil War Navies Message Board
'The Sultana,' written by Jim Walker, a little known story to tell you about an incident on the Mississippi River within the same month as the surrender at Appomattox.
The Sultana Association
The Sultana: Death on the Dark River (1865)
Two Young Sailors
Two young Florida lads who enlisted in the Union Navy.
U.S.S. Harvest Moon
Civil War Flagship of the South Atlantic Blockading Squadron 1864-1865.[The original link is broken. This link points to an archived copy on the Wayback Machine]
Union Navy Deaths During the War
List of personnel in the Union Navy who died during the Civil War from all causes.
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