Week In Review: December 2-8, 2019

Here’s a look back at the previous week at Emerging Civil War:

Monday, December 2:

Question of the Week focused on the Battle of Franklin.

Eric Wittenberg wrote about breaking the line of the Salkahatchie River (Part 1)

Tuesday, December 3:

Part 2 of Eric Wittenberg’s article on breaking the line of the Salkahatchie River.

Check out what’s new at the Maine at War blog!

Savas Beatie is having a sale on ECW books…

Wednesday, December 4:

Symposium Spotlight: Edward Alexander will be speaking at the 2020 event.

Dwight Hughes wrote about finding literal pieces of history.

The new episode of the ECW podcast is now available: “Aftermath of Battle”

Thursday, December 5:

There’s a new book in the Engaging the Civil War Series from Southern Illinois University Press! Check out the details.

Sarah Kay Bierle added a primary source account of soldiers enjoying a Christmas box from home.

Check your inbox for the November ECW newsletter or read it here on the blog…

Friday, December 6:

Did you see the recent videos ECW added to YouTube about Civil War Knoxville? We’ve collected them into a blog post for you.

ECW Weekender highlighted upcoming holiday events hosted by our friends in Prince William County.

Saturday, December 7:

Saving History Saturday: Citizens Advocating Memorial Preservation (CAMP) has launched a newsletter. Learn more about their exciting preservation work…

Sarah Kay Bierle wrote a piece about connection between Gettysburg and Pearl Harbor.

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