Book by J. Bryan Grimes, published in 1910; digital version available via East Carolina University's Digital Collections.
Put together by Central Michigan University, this list contains links to online Michigan newspapers organized by county. Many of those listed are free to access, from CMU's digital repository, Chronicling America, and Google's digitized newspaper collection. Others are available through subscriptions websites or services (such as ProQuest) available through some libraries.
"The Portale Antenati (Ancestors Portal) - promoted and sponsored by the Direzione Generale per gli Archivi (Italian National Archives) - was born out of the necessity to make available the huge treasure of documents that are stored in the State Archives, not only for the purposes of genealogical research, of recreating the history of families and individuals, but also to contribute to the understanding of the social history of communities. Through Il Portale (The Portal), it is actually possible to browse through millions and millions of historical images of records in possession of the State, and to find the names of people in these documents, and obtain information on the documentation as well."
"Illinois Harvest is a free public gateway combining search, aggregation, and discovery services. We provide organized and thematic access to digitized and born-digital resources about Illinois, created by Illinois scholars, and from the digital collections of The University of Illinois Library. "
"Images Canada provides central search access to the thousands of images held on the websites of participating Canadian cultural institutions. Through Images Canada, you can find images of the Canadian events, people, places and things that make up our collective heritage."
"The Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library in Springfield, Illinois is the repository for photographs of more than 8,000 Illinois soldiers who served in the Civil War. All of these images have been scanned and are in the process of being cataloged and added to [this online collection]."
References for state rosters, regimental histories, and other Civil War resources.
Digitized book via Internet Archive.