Author Archives: Emerging Civil War

Check out the All-New “Emerging Revolutionary War”

If you’re looking for Rev War Wednesday, we have some great news for you: an entirely new blog devoted entirely to the Revolutionary War era! Check out our brand-new sister blog, Emerging Revolutionary War. Many of our ECW contributors have Rev … Continue reading

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Question of the Week – 10/19/15

This week’s QotW comes from Dave Powell who asks: What’s the most interesting NON-BATTLE Civil War (or Civil War related) site you have visited? i.e. Ford’s Theater, or the Columbus Naval Museum, etc.

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ECW Weekender: The U.S. Grant Hotel in San Diego

Emerging Civil War recently received a fun email from one of our good friends (and loyal readers), Jack Humphries. “My wife and I recently had a ‘just get the heck get-out-of-town for a few days’ trip to San Diego,” he … Continue reading

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More ECW on C-SPAN

For those who’ve been following C-SPAN’s coverage of the Second Annual Emerging Civil War Symposium at Stevenson Ridge, check out the latest two installments: Phill Greenwalt talked about the formation of the Lost Cause interpretation of the war. Emmanuel Dabney … Continue reading

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Question of the Week: Oct. 12, 2015

What is your favorite story from the Civil War regiment(s) that came from your local area?

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“A Want of Vigilance, the Bristoe Station Campaign” Release

For those interested in getting the first available copies of Emerging Civil War’s newest release A Want of Vigilance: The Bristoe Station Campaign, the book will be released at the Bristoe Station Battlefield Heritage Park on October 10. The Park … Continue reading

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Question of the Week: October 5

What has been the most influential Civil War book that you have read, and why?

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October-November Presentations

October: 7th: Kristopher D. White, “Hell’s Half Acre: The Mule Shoe at Spotsylvania Court House,” “Historical Horizons” Lecture Series, Batavia, NY. 11th: Chris Mackowski, “Grant’s Last Battle: The Story Behind the Personal Memoirs of Ulysses S. Grant” at Grant Cottage, Mt. McGregor, … Continue reading

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Question of the Week: 28 September

Do you have a favorite Civil War ethnic group? Germans? Irish? Norwegians?

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Question of the Week—Sept. 21, 2015: Preservation

For those who’ve ever visited Franklin, it’s interesting to see that battlefield being reclaimed. (Read about those efforts here and here.) What is your favorite piece of preserved or restored battlefield?

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