Week In Review: October 1-7, 2018

We’ve had a busy week on the blog to kick-off the month of October, and we’ve got more history on the schedule and a special series “in the works” for later this autumn!

Here’s a review of the week’s posts and discussions:

Monday, October 1

Question of the Week explored underrated campaigns of the Civil War.

Paige Gibbons Backus wrote about the rise of spirit photography in 1860’s society.

Tuesday, October 2

A new episode on ECW’s Podcast is available! It’s all about Civil War Music with Chris Mackowski, Dan Welch, and Dan Davis.

Chris Kolakowski shared some photos of Civil War history that he found during his recent trip to India.

Wednesday, October 3

Doug Crenshaw wrote about a “mistake or cover up?” in the history of the Battle of Seven Pines.

Thursday, October 4

Edward Alexander shared about George McClellan’s brother, Arthur McClellan.

Chris Kolakowski offered a perspective on historic monuments in India.

Friday, October 5

Chris Mackowski wrote Oliver O. Howard and Chief Joseph’s conflict after the Civil War.

ECW Weekender offers details about an upcoming living history event at Ellwood Manor.

Rea Andrew Redd’s presentation at the 2018 ECW Symposium is now available on C-SPAN.

Saturday, October 6

Preservation News highlights a video from American Battlefield Trust about favorite battlefields.

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