Week In Review: October 6-13, 2019

This week we’re continuing the focused discussion and different perspectives for the blog series “Do We Still Care About The Civil War?” And there’s also some other highlights about photo sleuthing and Civil War history hiding in the Pacific Northwest…

Sunday, October 6:

In the evening, Paige Gibbons Backus shared her perspective on “Do We Still Care About The Civil War”

Monday, October 7:

Question of the Week asked about the distances you’ve gone to find/study history.

Robert Lee Hodge added his voice to “Do We Still Care About The Civil War”

Tuesday, October 8:

Sarah Kay Bierle posted some thoughts for “Do We Still Care About The Civil War”

The new episode of the ECW Podcast features a conversation will historian and author Brian Steel Wills.

Sean Michael Chick added perspective to “Do We Still Care About The Civil War”

We are saddened by the news of D.P. Newton’s passing; he was good friend and faithful supporter of the history community.

Wednesday, October 9:

Mike Movius answered the question “Do We Still Care About The Civil War”

Check out the new articles by our friend Brian Swartz for “Maine at War.”

Find the lecture about the Battle of Wilson’s Creek from the 2019 ECW Symposium on C-SPAN.

Thursday, October 10:

Ted Savas explained why “We Still Care About The Civil War”

ECW Correspondent Joe Giglio reported on Civil War Photo Sleuth’s use of technology! 

Meg Groeling chimed in to answer “Do We Still Care About The Civil War”

Friday, October 11:

Dana Shoaf from Civil War Times shared how he developed the question and idea “Do We Still Care About The Civil War”

Frank Jastrzembski wrote the ECW Weekender and took us on a tour of the Pickett House in the Pacific Northwest.

Saturday, October 12:

Kevin Pawlak wrote his perspective for “Do We Still Care About The Civil War”

Sunday, October 13:

Introducing the new ECW blog series John Brown’s Raid, 160th

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