Author Archives: Emerging Civil War

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Presentations From the 2014 Emerging Civil War Symposium-Eric J. Wittenberg

As we gear up for this years Emerging Civil War Symposium at Stevenson Ridge, we wanted to share this presentation from last years ECW Symposium. As you may recall, we were honored to have C-SPAN cover our first major symposium. Below is … Continue reading

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Presentations From the 2014 Emerging Civil War Symposium-Kristopher D. White

As we gear up for this years Emerging Civil War Symposium at Stevenson Ridge, we wanted to share this presentation from last years ECW Symposium. As you may recall, we were honored to have C-SPAN cover our first major symposium. Below is … Continue reading

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June-August Presentations

June: 5th: Chris Kolakowski, “1864: The Last Stand of the Confederate Navy” Chicago Civil War Roundtable 7th: Chris Mackowski, “That Furious Struggle: Chancellorsville and the High Tide of the Confederacy,” Manassas Museum, Manassas, VA; 2:00 p.m. 13th: Emerging Civil War … Continue reading

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Exciting Symposium Addition and Announcement

We are excited to announce that we have added author/historian Eric J. Wittenberg to our list of speakers for this years Second Annual Emerging Civil War Symposium at Stevenson Ridge. Eric’s topic will be “Joshua L. Chamberlain and Wade Hampton: … Continue reading

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Preservation of the Franklin Battlefield

From ECW Correspondent Jason Klaiber Over the last ten years, the Civil War Trust has worked tirelessly to reclaim the once-lost Franklin battlefield in central Tennessee, where Confederates attacked Union forces on November 30, 1864. The attack ignited horrific, close-quarters … Continue reading

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Symposium Preview: Dan Davis and the Legacy of Sherman

by ECW Correspondent Liam McGurl Daniel T. Davis, author of Calamity in Carolina, is ready to bring a fresh perspective to a controversial commander for the 2015 Emerging Civil War symposium. Davis, the chief historian for Emerging Civil War, has … Continue reading

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Forrest’s Farewell

Lt. Gen. Nathan Bedford Forrest issued a farewell message to his cavalrymen, concentrated in Gainesville, Alabama, 150 years ago today: By an agreement made between Liet.-Gen. Taylor, commanding the Department of Alabama. Mississippi, and East Louisiana, and Major-Gen. Canby, commanding … Continue reading

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Symposium Preview: Emmanuel Dabney and the Legacy of the Freedmen’s Bureau

by ECW Correspondent Liam McGurl Emmanuel Dabney is gearing up to take on the 2015 Emerging Civil War Symposium, and he has one thing on his mind: legacies. Not just the legacy of the Civil War, though—personal legacies, as well. … Continue reading

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Donate to CVBT to Help Preserve Central Virginia’s Battlefields on “Community Give” Day

If you’re interested in supporting battlefield preservation in the Fredericksburg area, today is “Community Give” day. You can make a donation to our friends at the Central Virginia Battlefield Trust (CVBT): https://thecommunitygive.org//#npo/central-virginia-battlefields-trust CVBT has done some wonderful work preserving battlefield … Continue reading

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