The University of Virginia Library has an old exhibit on Southern women in the Civil War that is still accessible online. This exhibit is very well organized into categories that represent major concerns that occupied women on the home front before, during, and after the war. Under each category, the narrative is presented using a variety of primary sources. Most of the sources are letters and diaries, which are summarized using important excerpts. Some sections also make use of photographs or popular cards of the time. The originals of all of the primary sources are available as a scanned image on the website. The format of the exhibit is straight-forward and easy to understand, and it tells the story of women during this time period in a concise and very effective way. It would be easy for teachers to present one or more of these topics to a classroom using the primary documents selected here as a resource.