Week In Review: August 11-18, 2019

From battlefield visits to upcoming events, articles by our correspondents, and details of a brigade’s route to Gettysburg, we’ve rounded up the blog posts of the week at Emerging Civil War. Happy reading!

Sunday, August 11:

Check out what Maine at War has been publishing recently…

Monday, August 12:

Question of the Week was a little different this week! It’s a 2020 Symposium question and announcement.

Sarah Kay Bierle shared about her recent visit to Kelly’s Ford and some history of that battle.

Tuesday, August 13:

Grant and Sherman. We’ve rounded up some of our best blog posts for Additional Resources for last week’s podcast.

Robert Lee Hodge continued his account of following Law’s Brigade’s route to Gettysburg.

Wednesday, August 14:

Jon-Erik Gilot wrote about some life lessons he’s observed from a Civil War Veteran’s history.

Thursday, August 15:

Emerging Civil War is partnering with the MacArthur Memorial for a special event, spanning the centuries of history! Don’t miss it.

Have you heard the details about the newest play about Grant and Sherman? An ECW correspondent has all the story…

Friday, August 16:

Maine and the Civil War are the topic of a new book and a new series by our friend Brian Swartz.

ECW Weekender offers a chance to enjoy some history and not leave the comfort of your air conditioning this weekend.

Saturday, August 17:

Saving History Saturday: A marker for Quantrill’s Raid on Lawrence has been discovered.

Should August 17 be called Promotion Day in Civil War history?

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