Presentations From the 2014 Emerging Civil War Symposium-Meg Thompson

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 Meg Thompson’s presentation from last year, “The Northern Presidential Election of 1864.” We are happy to welcome Meg back to the symposium this year. Her 2015 topic will be “A Legacy of Caring: Dr. Letterman and Battlefield Medicine.”

Click here to register for this exciting event.

Meg 2014 Symposium

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2 Responses to Presentations From the 2014 Emerging Civil War Symposium-Meg Thompson

  1. Loved this presentation by Meg Thompson. She’s a great speaker–thoughtful and articulate with good research background. Keep up the good work. I’ll bet her students love and respect her, too.
    Thanks, Chris M. and C-Span!

  2. wdonohue1 says:

    Meg delivers a powerful message. It corresponds well with the disappointment those same Federals felt when they came home and found a nation that rushed to reconcile with the South. Which we did and now live with the ongoing results.

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