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Tagged as: Footnote.com, genealogy, records service, research.
Footnote.com is offering free access to its U.S. Civil War collection this month.
Footnote is an online records service and has accumulated over 30 million documents with the help of the U.S. National Archives. Records include Union and Confederate soldier service records, soldiers’ and widows’ pension files, amnesty papers, Southern Claims Commission records, emancipation documents and slave documents, the Lincoln assassination investigation and trial papers, as well as tons of photos and maps.
To access the site, visit http://go.footnote.com/civilwar_records/.
*The Ohio Historical Society is not affiliated with Footnote.com. For free access to Ancestry.com at any time, please visit the Ohio Historical Center’s library in Columbus, OH.