Civil War Heritage Trail Publication
The 80-page Florida Civil War Heritage Trail guidebook examines the state's role in this epic period of American history. The guidebook includes a background essay on the history of the Civil War in Florida, a timeline of events, 31 sidebars on important Florida topics, issues and individuals of the period and a selected bibliography. It also includes information on more than 200 battlefields, fortifications, buildings, cemeteries, museum exhibits, monuments, historical markers and other sites in Florida with direct links to the Civil War.
The Florida Civil War Heritage Trail was produced by the Florida Association of Museums, with the support of historic preservation grant assistance provided by the Florida Department of State's Division of Historical Resources, assisted by the Florida Historical Commission. For more information about the Florida Association of Museums, visit www.flamuseums.org.
This guidebook is the newest addition to the Florida Heritage Trail series, which includes the Florida Spanish Colonial Heritage Trail, Florida Native American Heritage Trail, Florida World War II Heritage Trail, Florida Cuban Heritage Trail, Florida Black Heritage Trail, the Florida Jewish Heritage Trail and the Florida Women's Heritage Trail.
- Copies of the publication have been distributed by the Florida Department of State to public libraries throughout the state, and will be made available to educators, students and interested citizens. firstname.lastname@example.org
- Discover other Florida Heritage publications.
- Civil War Bibliography
- Read the Florida Civil War Heritage Trail Online
- Download the Florida Civil War Heritage Trail PDF (9.38 MB)