Related Fort Pocahontas Links
The New World is
the blockbuster movie and many of the scenes of the movie were filmed at Fort Pocahontas. Watch the trailer and see how many Fort Pocahontas scenic views you can identify.
(Movies, Blogs and Newspaper articles)
Sherwood Forest Plantation has been the home of the 10th U.S. President John Tyler and his family
since the President purchased it in 1842. It is the longest frame house in America,
longer than a football field at over 300 ft. Open for grounds tours daily. Harrison R. Tyler, the grandson of
President John Tyler and resident owner of Sherwood Forest, is also the owner of Fort Pocahontas.
Official Tourism Website of the Commonwealth of Virginia
Charles City County invites you to visit a place where you can
discover it all -
Centuries that made a nation,
Cultures that formed a union,
that embraced the land - all in
founded on the idea of representative government - the idea that made
Civil War Times Illustrated
The American Conflict in Words and Images. For more than a quarter century Civil War Times
Illustrated has been telling the complete story of America's Civil War, with all its
action, romance and modern-day significance. A general-interest magazine in a specialized
Home of the Hill-Carters for 11 generations, was the birthplace of Anne
Hill Carter, mother of Robert E. Lee. The house was built in 1723 and
features original furniture, silver and family portraits.
Evelynton was originally part of William Byrd's Westover and named for
his daughter Evelyn. Since 1847, it has been the home of the Ruffins,
whose patriarch, Edmund Ruffin, fired the first shot of the Civil War.
The birthplace of Benjamin Harrison and ancestral home of two U.S.
presidents, and the site of the first Thanksgiving in 1619.
Civil War Trails
A state-by-state listing of the Civil war attractions open today. Includes a list of all reenactments scheduled.
History site with personal stories from the Civil War.
Civil War Richmond
An online research project designed to collect documents, photographs,
and maps pertaining to Richmond, Virginia, during the Civil War.
Civil War Mysteries
A site dedicated to identifying unknown images from the Civil War.
The Civil War Courier
The Civil War Courier, a newspaper with articles, event calender, and classifieds.
The Camp Curtin Historical Society
The Camp Curtin Historical Society Home Page-Civil War History.
Generals on the Web
Generals on the Web-Site with links to information on over 300 Civil War
Day U.S.C.T. Memorial Celebration
Richmond Liberation Day-Chronicle of the 135th Anniversary of the Fall
Civil War Photography Center
Site dedicated to Civil War photography.
The United States Civil War Center
United States Civil War Center at Louisiana State University.
TUS Army Military History Institute
Located in Carlisle, PA. Extensive collection of documents, photos, diaries, etc.
covering the history of the United States Army
Civil War Archive at the Library of Congress
Selected photographs from the library's Civil War Collection.
The Camp Chase Gazette
"The Journal of Civil War Reenacting" Reenactment event articles, event calendar, Civil War history.
Godey's Ladies Book
Civil War era Ladies fashions from the most popular women's magazine of the time.
Poetry and Music of the War Between the States
The thoughts and emotions of the people of the time as expressed by those on both sides
of the conflict.
Listing of Civil War Period Sutlers. Reproduction
items to recreate the past! (This listing does not constitute
recommendations of any of the products or sellers contained therein.)
Southern Horizon has been performing 19th century period music since 1987 for reenactments,
museums, conventions, schools and private engagements.