The Haskell Monroe Collection: Life in the Confederacy brings to digital life the extensive resources relating to the Civil War Era South compiled by Professor Haskell Monroe. This project provides scholars, educators, and students with a first-hand window into life in the Old South, as well as continues to advance Professor Monroe's passion for education and historical research. This project is made possible through a partnership between the Monroe family, the Kinder Institute on Constitutional Democracy, the University of Missouri Libraries, and the History Department at the University of Missouri-Columbia.
To learn more about the Monroe Project, its sources, and how to use the website, explore the featured exhibit Welcome to the Haskell Monroe Collection: Life in the Confederacy below.
This exhibit is a tutorial for The Haskell Monroe Collection: Life in the Confederacy website. It introduces the collection and...