Author Archives: Emerging Civil War

Question of the Week: July 28, 2014

Historians have given much attention to the decision to replace Joseph Johnston with John Bell Hood, but little attention is given to the Federal command change that happens at the same time. When Army of the Tennessee commander James McPherson is killed, several … Continue reading

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Emerging Civil War Symposium-Press Release

July 25, 2014 For Immediate Release FIRST ANNUAL EMERGING CIVIL WAR SYMPOSIUM AT STEVENSON RIDGE TO EXAMINE “THE WAR IN 1864” SPOTSYLVANIA, VA—1864 proved to be the tipping point for American Civil War. Historians from the blog Emerging Civil War … Continue reading

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ECW Series: “That Furious Struggle”

We’re delighted to announce the upcoming release of the newest book in the Emerging Civil War Series: That Furious Struggle: Chancellorsville and the High Tide of the Confederacy by ECW co-founders Chris Mackowski and Kristopher D. White. That Furious Struggle … Continue reading

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Author Signings at the Emerging Civil War Symposium

We are excited to announce the full list of authors who will be on hand to sign copies of their books at the First Annual Emerging Civil War Symposium at Stevenson Ridge. Participants are welcome to bring copies of books they already own, … Continue reading

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Limited Number of Rooms Available

For all of those planning on attending the First Annual Emerging Civil War Symposium at Stevenson Ridge, the Inn at Stevenson Ridge has a limited number of rooms left. If you are planning on staying on site, be sure to … Continue reading

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Ryan Quint and the Monocacy 150th

Today marks the 150th anniversary of the battle of Monocacy—”The Battle that Saved Washington.” How appropriate, then, that we use the opportunity to welcome Ryan Quint to our regular cast of ECW contributors. Ryan started guesting with us last year … Continue reading

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Question of the Week for July 7, 2014

This week’s Question of the Week comes to us from a reader. Some readers might find its tone impertinent, but we couldn’t deny that it was, indeed, a thought-provoking question: With the 151st Anniversary of the Battle of Gettysburg last week, all … Continue reading

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Lee’s HQ at Gettysburg, 151 Years Ago

Earlier this week, in conjunction with the 151st anniversary of the battle of Gettysburg, the Civil War Trust announced a $5.5 million fund-raising effort to acquire Lee’s Headquarters, located on the July 1 battlefield. Visitors today know the property as … Continue reading

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Sacred Trust Live Stream

For those of you who can’t make it to Gettysburg for the Sacred Trust Talks and Book Signings this weekend (at the Gettysburg National Military Park Visitor Center), the trust has a live, interactive stream, to watch all of the … Continue reading

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“One of America’s most significant unprotected sites”

Yesterday, the Civil War Trust announced a $5.5 million fund-raising initiative to save Lee’s Headquarters at Gettysburg. The Trust has called it “one of America’s most significant unprotected sites.” Here’s a look at the 4.1-acre property the Trust has targeted, … Continue reading

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