Historical Christmas Cheer From ECW’s Archives

‘Tis the season! And we’ve collected a few of the Christmas themed blog posts from our archives to celebrate with a little Civil War history.

May your days be merry, bright, and filled with cheerful historical details!

Christmas on the Rappahannock

ECW Weekender: JEB Stuart’s Christmas Raid

Christmas at the Confederate White House

Civil War Christmas Poetry – A Soldier’s Perspective

Merry Christmas from Lexington

Coal from Confederate Santa Claus, Christmas 1864

Christmas in Savannah: A Letter From Major Henry Hitchcock

The First Peacetime Christmas – December 25, 1865

 

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3 Responses to Historical Christmas Cheer From ECW’s Archives

  1. Jim Burster says:

    Who is the soldier in the photo on
    page 33 in Bill O’Reilly’s book on the
    Civil War “Legends and lies. The
    caption says it is Jefferson Davis!

  2. Pingback: ECW Week in Review Dec. 17-24 | Emerging Civil War

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