Week In Review: October 8-14, 2018

It’s been a lively week on the blog with posts about the Civil War in pop culture, a burglary, book covers, and a game of Scrabble… You’ll find links to all of this week’s blog posts here; enjoy the review!

Monday, October 8:

Question of the Week offered an opportunity to share about “boy soldiers” from the Civil War.

Sean Michael Chick wrote about “Madame Castel’s Lodger” – a historical fiction book set in New Orleans and its influence on Civil War Pop Culture.

Tuesday, October 9:

Did you see the additional resources relating to our podcast “Civil War Music”?

An alert about a burglary at Kernstown Battlefield Association’s Civil War museum.

Wednesday, October 10:

Chris Kolakowski posted photos and thoughts about a terraced cemetery half-way around the world from Fredericksburg National Cemetery.

Chris Mackowski reveal the cover of his new book about the Mine Run Campaign and the inspiration for the imagery.

Thursday, October 11:

Guest author Nathan Marzoli wrote about a disaster at Fort Lyon in 1863.

Chris Kolakowski’s presentation at the 2018 ECW Symposium is now available on C-SPAN!

Friday, October 12:

Sarah Kay Bierle revealed the cover of her new book on the Battle of New Market.

ECW Weekender highlighted an upcoming battlefield tour hosted by Kennesaw State University.

Saturday, October 13:

Preservation News focused on an opportunity to continue the preservation efforts for Huntsberry Farm with Shenandoah Valley Battlefields Foundation.

Sunday, October 14:

Chris Mackowski found a unique game of Scrabble in his travels…

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