Week in Review: June 24-30, 2019

It’s been a great week on the blog to wrap up June and we’ve got more content prepared for the big anniversaries next week. We hope you’re staying cooling on these warm summer days.

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.”

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