Week In Review: September 16-22, 2019

This week you’ll find a collection of new posts about the battle of Antietam, breaking news about the site “Stonewall” Jackson’s death, articles about Third Winchester, and much more!

Monday, September 16:

Question of the Week asked about significant raids or campaigns northward in the eastern theater.

Dave Powell shared a post about Lee and the number of soldiers in his army during the Maryland Campaign.

Kevin Pawlak posted about the evening before the Battle of Antietam.

Tuesday, September 17:

A new ECW Podcast episode is now available: Forgotten Battles.

Sarah Kay Bierle wrote about artillery on the Confederate left flank at Antietam and then added a second piece discussing civilians caught in the cross fire.

Chris Mackowski reposted his comparison of Antietam and 9/11.

Wednesday, September 18:

Kevin Pawlak shared his experiences and research for his latest book Antietam National Battlefield for the Images of America Series.

A historic site near Fredericksburg got re-named: The Stonewall Jackson Death Site.

Thursday, September 19:

Guest author Neil P. Chatelain tracked some lost silver through a maritime saga.

In case you missed it, ECW presented the Stevenson Award to C-SPAN at the 2019 Symposium!

Friday, September 20:

Sarah Kay Bierle shared Colonel Rutherford B. Hayes’s experiences at the Third Battle of Winchester.

ECW Weekender takes a tour of Winchester’s Civil War Cemeteries.

Saturday, September 21:

Saving History Saturday spotlights efforts to save Gettysburg’s Camp Letterman.

Sarah Kay Bierle added the accounts of Mrs. Gordon attempting to rally Confederate troops during the Third Battle of Winchester.

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