Here’s the Week in Review…
Monday, June 24:
Question of the Week focused on leadership in the Atlanta Campaign.
Guest author Nathan Varnold shared a book review on David W. Blight’s newest biography about Frederick Douglass.
Tuesday, June 25:
Podcast Resources are available for “The Atlanta Campaign.”
Sarah Kay Bierle posted her fourth article about the two lieutenants in the Gettysburg Campaign.
Wednesday, June 26:
Symposium Spotlight: The schedule is now available!
Ryan Quint shared Part 1 about Lew Wallace’s defense of the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad.
Thursday, June 27:
Part 2 of Ryan Quint’s study about the defense of the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad.
The June 2019 ECW newsletter is now available…
Chris Mackowski posted more details about photos of Ulysses S. Grant.
Friday, June 28:
Sarah Kay Bierle shared about the repeal of the Fugitive Slave Acts in 1864.
ECW Weekender spotlighted a special upcoming event about Civil War timepieces.
Saturday, June 29:
Saving History Saturday focused on a new monument marker at Middleburg, Virginia.
Sean Michael Chick wrote about Arthur Fremantle and his travel diary through Civil War America.
Sunday, June 30:
Sarah Kay Bierle took a closer look at a civilian boy’s journal to add context to the debate “Gettysburg or Vicksburg.”