Week In Review: July 22-28, 2019

Looking back at a summer’s week with lots of interviews, a new podcast, a visit to Chambersburg and discussion of the burning, and rediscovery of a Union nurse’s photograph.

Monday, July 22:

Question of the Week asked if First Bull Run should have been fought.

Part 1 of Chris Mackowski’s conversation with Philip Gerard about The Last Battleground.

Tuesday, July 23:

The newest episode of the Emerging Civil War Podcast is an chat with Robert Lee Hodge about memory, re-enacting, and Confederates in the Attic.

On the anniversary of Grant’s passing, Chris Mackowski shared an interview with an author who’s written a novel about that general’s final days.

Part 2 of Chris Mackowski’s conversation with Philip Gerard about The Last Battleground.

Wednesday, July 24:

Symposium Spotlight: Hints about the raffle…

Part 3 of Chris Mackowski’s conversation with Philip Gerard about The Last Battleground.

Check out Steve Davis’s latest book – 100 Significant Civil War Photographs, Atlanta Campaign

Thursday, July 25:

Part 4 of Chris Mackowski’s conversation with Philip Gerard about The Last Battleground.

Friday, July 26:

ECW Weekender highlighted Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, and what to see on a quick trip to that town.

Part 5 of Chris Mackowski’s conversation with Philip Gerard about The Last Battleground.

Saturday, July 27:

Saving History Saturday spotlighted a new campaign to save land at Perryville, Kentucky.

Sarah Kay Bierle wrote about finding a sketch and photograph of Mrs. General Barlow.

Conclusion of Chris Mackowski’s conversation with Philip Gerard about The Last Battleground.

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