This website was created and is managed by America's Legacy Links (ALL). ALL was developed by Robert D. Bullock who has had over 30 years experience creating educational exhibits for The State Museum of Pennsylvania, Yale University’s Peabody Museum of Natural History, American Museum of Natural History and local and regional art and history centers and nonprofit associations.
As principal design consultant, Bullock worked with
senior management and staff curators and educators on developing content
interpretation, scripts, and exhibit design for The Roger Williams Museum
(Rhode Island) Narragansett Bay Gallery and The New Canaan Nature Center (Connecticut),
Ned Smith Center for Nature and Art, and Pennsylvania Fly Fishing Association.
He has been a reviewer of IMLS grants; written articles on the design of experiences; and presented at national conferences. His knowledge on diverse subjects, such as art and design, artifact conservation, lighting and graphics, interactive exhibits, human factors and ergonomics, accessibility, child development, and theater techniques, for example, add to content planning and interpretation for the purpose of enhancing the experience of visitors to cultural heritage properties.
Public domain source materials for the America's Civil War include:
The Library of Congress, Washington, DC
National Archives and Records, Washington, DC
The National Park Service
Miller, Francis Trevelyan, ed. Photographic History of the Civil War. 10 vol. New York: T. Yoseloff,  [LC call number: E468.7.M64 1957] (cited as "Miller").
Faust, Patricia L., ed. Historical Times Encyclopedia of the Civil War, Harper Row Publishers, New York, 1986.
The Signal Corps in the Confederate States Army. Southern Historical Society Papers. Vol. XVI. Richmond, Va., January-December, 1888.
O.R.-- SERIES I--VOLUME 5 [S# 5], No. 1. -- Extract,
embracing the "First Period," from Maj. Gen. George B. McClellan's report of the operations of the Army of
the Potomac from July 27, 1861, to November 9, 1862.
O.R.-- SERIES I--VOLUME 5 [S# 5], No. 3. -- Report of Maj. Albert J. Myer, Chief Signal Officer, U.S. Army, of the signal service in the Army of the Potomac, from August 14, 1861, to March 23, 1862, and of signal detachments in other commands.
"The Medical and Surgical History of the War of the Rebellion. (1861-65.) --Part III, Volume II, Chapter XIII. Anaesthetics"--Part III, Volume II, Chapter XV.--Transportation Of The Wounded. Ambulance Wagons."
Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper and Harper's Weekly.