This week started with thoughts on the connections between the Civil War and World War I in honor of the 100th Anniversary of the armistice that ended WWI and continued with symposium news, a book review, an interview and more!
Check-out our week in review and have a wonderful Sunday.
Sunday, November 11:
In the evening, Chris Kolakowski shared thoughts on the 100th Anniversary of World War I’s armistice.
Monday, November 12:
Question of the Week asked about your favorite archaeology adventures on Civil War battlefields.
Sarah Kay Bierle wrote about her thoughts on the Civil War and World War I and the generational impact of patriotism and conflicts.
Edward Alexander found a photograph General Pershing and a Civil War veteran.
Tuesday, November 13:
Offering additional resources for the “Gettysburg Civilian” episode on the ECW Podcast…
Ryan Quint posted a book review about the Camel Regiment.
Wednesday, November 14:
Symposium Spotlight: The keynote speaker has been announced!
Thursday, November 15:
Chris Mackowski had a conversation with Brian Steel Wills about his book Inglorious Passages.
Friday, November 16:
Part Two of Chris Mackowski’s conversation with Brian Steel Wills is available.
For the ECW Weekender, Edward Alexander shared tour notes for Drewry’s Bluff.
Saturday, November 17:
Preservation News featured a new fundraising effort at Clara Barton Missing Soldiers Office Museum in Washington D.C.
Sunday, November 18:
Sarah Kay Bierle invites you to the table for a traditional discussion of historic foods on the blog during Thanksgiving week!