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This Yahoo group is an image repository for the Tripod website . . .

http://americancivilwarsite.tripod.com

. . . entitled "Fields Of Conflict -- The American Civil War". To get to this website you can copy and paste the http text above into your web browser or you can look a little further down the page and click on the direct link to the website next to the words "Related Link".

The reason for creating this group was to provide a place for posting and displaying Civil War related images that are too large to be displayed on the pages of the website (i.e.: maps for example that would loose detail if compressed to fit the limited size of the website's fixed screen page dimensions). The only sections of this group that are active are the PHOTOS and FILES sections (both of which allow images to be posted). You access these two sections by clicking on the words Photos and Files on the left, but you do have to be a member of Yahoo to join this group and gain entry to those sections of the group that contain the images.

This is not a discussion board and the message section is not active.

If you go to the http://americancivilwarsite.tripod.com website you will see that it focuses on primary sources for Civil War related information (like era newspapers, era magazines, era documents, era diaries, era maps, etc.). Material will be added to the folders here as space is needed for the posting of large or numerous images.

AT THE MOMENT, THE FILES AND PHOTOS SECTIONS OF THIS GROUP DO NOT CONTAIN ANY IMAGES, BUT ENTRIES WILL BE MADE AS TIME GOES BY.

Group Information

  • 3
  • Civil War
  • Apr 23, 2006
  • English

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  • This is a public group.
  • Attachments are permitted.
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  • Listed in Yahoo Groups directory.
  • Membership does not require approval.
  • Messages are not moderated.
  • Message posting is disabled.

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