Author Archives: Emerging Civil War
We wanted to share a very gracious post by Eric J. Wittenberg about the First Annual Emerging Civil War Symposium at Stevenson Ridge, over on his blog Rantings of a Civil War Historian. Eric was our keynote speaker at the … Continue reading
While we have spent most of our attention the past few days on the Emerging Civil War at Stevenson Ridge, this past weekend offered other good news for us here at ECW: It marked Emerging Civil War’s third birthday. It was three years … Continue reading
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This past Fourth of July, Emerging Civil War authors Phillip S. Greenwalt and Kristopher D. White spoke at the Sacred Trust Book Signings & Lectures. The Gettysburg Foundation was kind enough to post all of the lectures from the event. … Continue reading
First Annual Emerging Civil War Symposium at Stevenson Ridge “The Civil War in 1864″ Please join us for the First Annual Emerging Civil War Symposium at Stevenson Ridge. The theme of this years symposium is “The Civil War in 1864.” … Continue reading
August: 2nd: Daniel Davis and Phillip Greenwalt booksigning at the Winchester Book Gallery 2nd: Chris Mackowski, booksigning and talk: “The Legend of Stonewall’s Arm,” sponsored by the Friends of the Wilderness Battlefield, 2:00 p.m. at Ellwood on the Wilderness Battlefield 9th: … Continue reading
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