Week in Review: October 28-November 3, 2019

Meg Groeling deserves a nice round of applause. Her research articles on Abraham and his Civil War adventures finally posted and took us through the week! You’ll also find updates from CSPAN, a Civil War War in the Pacific Northwest Weekender, and some fun posts for Halloween.

Monday, October 28:

Question of the Week focused on regimental flags.

Meg Groeling posted Part 1 of her series on Mr. Abraham.

Conclusion of the John Brown Series.

Tuesday, October 29:

Additional Resources are available for the Podcast with Charlie Knight.

Meg Groeling added Part 2 of Mr. Abraham’s history and biography.

The ECW Newsletter for October is now available.

Wednesday, October 30:

Chris Brown from Civil War Trail wrote about sites to see in Lynchburg, Virginia.

Meg Groeling shared about Mr. Abraham’s minutes of fame in Part 3.

Thursday, October 31:

Meg Groeling post about Spiritualism and the 19th Century for Halloween.

Part 4 about Mr. Abraham’s life after the war and includes a letter written by P.T. Barnum and

The Battle of Williamsburg presentation from the 2019 ECW Symposium is coming to CSPAN.

Check out the ECW fan who dressed-up as a Union soldier to go trick or treating!

Friday, November 1:

Part 5 of the series on Mr. Abraham introduces a fine researcher who collaborated with Meg to track and craft this series.

ECW Weekender: Frank Jastrzembski posted about San Juan Island and it’s Civil War history in the Pacific Northwest.

Saturday, November 2:

Saving History Saturday: Central Virginia Battlefields Trust announces a preservation victory along Brock Road.

Upcoming Presentations for November and December. Will we be in your area?

Sunday, November 3:

This morning Sarah Kay Bierle posted some letter excerpts about the 1864 Election.

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