Week In Review: July 29-August 4, 2019

Symposium Week! In fact as this post publishes, we’re finishing up (or driving back) from the Sunday morning tour of North Anna sites. We hope you enjoyed the symposium if you attended or are having a fabulous weekend wherever you are!

Monday, July 29:

Question of the Week – Montegomery or Richmond and a great “what if”…

Frank Jastrzembski shared the history of General Egan and his unending war experiences.

Chris Mackowski opened a discussion on Civil War “what if.”

Tuesday, July 30:

Podcast Resources are available for the “Chat with Robert Lee Hodge.”

Part 1 of the interview with Terry Rensel, the new Executive Director at Central Virginia Battlefields Trust.

Check your inbox! The ECW Newsletter has arrived.

Wednesday, July 31:

Sarah Kay Bierle reports on a new movie with Civil War ties coming out in the autumn and includes the trailer in her post.

Part 2 of the interview with Terry Rensel, the new Executive Director at Central Virginia Battlefields Trust.

Symposium Warning: You may have traffic on Friday that will make you move slower than George McClellan.

Thursday, August 1:

Derek Maxfield posted about visiting Andersonville POW Camp.

Part 3 of the interview with Terry Rensel, the new Executive Director at Central Virginia Battlefields Trust.

Upcoming presentations across the country by ECW speakers are now posted.

Friday, August 2:

In the Fredericksburg-Spotsylvania area for the weekend? Check out some of our favorite sites and don’t forget the frozen custard!

Part 4 and conclusion of the interview with Terry Rensel, the new Executive Director at Central Virginia Battlefields Trust.

Saturday, August 3:

Sarah Kay Bierle shared an expanded timeline of the New Market Campaign which paired with her presentation at the Symposium.

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2 Responses to Week In Review: July 29-August 4, 2019

  1. John & Char Stanley says:

    Awesome time at the symposium!! Thanks so much for making these possible!!!

  2. John Pryor says:

    Wonderful time sharing experiences and viewpoints. Keynote speaker extraordinary! Cannot wait for next year.

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