Week In Review: August 12-18, 2018

This week we featured some summer reading book reviews, interesting personal stories from the Civil War, an interview with author Don Pfanz, and reports from the Civil War Round Table Congress.

And did you see the Symposium News and Speaker Bureau updates?

There’s always lots of history to explore at Emerging Civil War…

Sunday, August 12:

An evening announcement that Early Bird Tickets for the Sixth Annual ECW Symposium are now available!

Monday, August 13:

Question of the Week featured a “what-if” question about Confederate leadership at Chancellorsville.

Sean Michael Chick reviewed the book The Last Siege: The Mobile Campaign, Alabama 1865

Tuesday, August 14:

Edward Alexander wrote about Henry Recor and his superhuman efforts during the Petersburg Breakthrough.

The 2018-2019 ECW Speakers Bureau is now available.

Wednesday, August 15:

Sarah Kay Bierle shared a primary source by a delinquent cadet from Virginia Military Institute during the summer of 1863.

Kevin Pawlak reviewed the book September Mourn: The Dunker Church of Antietam Battlefield

Thursday, August 16

Part One of Chris Mackowski’s interview with Don Pfanz about his book on Fredericksburg National Cemetery.

Friday, August 17

Part Two of Chris Mackowski’s interview with Don Pfanz about his book on Fredericksburg National Cemetery.

ECW Weekender featured the Monocacy Aqueduct along the C&O Canal.

Saturday, August 18

Preservation News from American Battlefield Trust about three opportunities to save land on three 1862 battlefields.

Chris Mackowski reported from the 2018 Civil War Round Table Congress hosted in Harrisonburg, Pennsylvania.

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