Museum and Library of Confederate History
The mission of the Museum and Library of Confederate History
is to protect, preserve and defend the memory, history and heritage of the gallant
Confederate soldiers who gave their lives during the War Between the States.
The museum contains many artifacts from the 1860's. It contains artifacts of soldiers and sailors. It contains artifacts the families who stayed home and those who participated in many battles throughout the war. It contains political and financial artifacts. In addition, the Library provides extensive resources for research and study. It contains books written by veterans concerning the War. It includes the official US government reports concerning the War. It has numerous biographies and autobiographies of soldiers from both the Confederate and Union armies. It also, includes many books written by contemporary authors that analyze aspects of the War and society during the Antebellum, War, and Reconstruction eras.
Admission to the museum is free to the public. Tax-exempt donations are welcomed. The museum also contains a gift shop for your shopping convenience. Please follow along below as we take you on a Virtual Tour of the Museum and Library of Confederate History in Greenville, SC.