- The Civil War Home Page: www.civil-war.net
- Civil War Trust (Information, timeline, lesson plans): www.civilwar.org/150th-anniversary/the-gathering-storm.html
- Smithsonian Institution Civil War Timeline: www.civilwar.si.edu/timeline.html
- Grand Army of the Republic records online, Department of Michigan Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War: www.suvcwmi.org/gar/data.html
- Department of Michigan Graves Registration Database: www.suvcwmi.org/graves/search.php
- Michigan in the Civil War 1861-1861 by Don Harvey: www.michiganinthewar.org/cwmireg.htm
- 1st Michigan Sharp Shooters Co. K Roster, Native Americans in Michigan: www.mfhn.com/Native
- Civil War Soldiers and Sailors System searchable index (includes Andersonville and Fort McHenry prison links): www.civilwar.nps.gov/cwss
- Grand Traverse area soldiers/MichGenWeb Grand Traverse: http://grandtraverseregion.com/grandtraverse/gar-oldsoldiers.htm
- "From Cotton to T-Shirts: The Role of Cotton in the Civil War," ooshirts: http://www.ooshirts.com/guides/From-Cotton-to-T-Shirts:-The-Role-of-Cotton-in-the-Civil-War.html
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Because of complaints lodged with the city commission in regards to the practice of residents in certain sections of the city allowing their chickens to run at large, the police department has been instructed to take steps at once to curb the nuisance.Continued ...
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