Week In Review: December 16-22, 2019

It’s time for Week in Review and you’ll find a sampling of topics as usual on the blog.

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Monday, December 16:

Question of the Week focused on military and civilian interactions.

Sean Michael Chick mused on why Nashville gets forgotten.

Tuesday, December 17:

Want to donate to the archives? They’re looking for back issues of Civil War News.

There’s a new ECW Podcast – all about books with the team at Savas Beatie.

Wednesday, December 18:

Symposium Spotlight: Kris White will be speaking at the 2020 Symposium.

Robert Lee Hodge shared Part 1 of the story of Franklin.

Thursday, December 19:

Part 2 of Robert Lee Hodge’s story of Franklin published.

Hang on to your hats and kepis! ECW’s website and blog are going through some maintenance and working through some “bugs.”

Friday, December 20:

Ryan Quint wrote about the Battle of Dranesville and the appearance of the Confederate battle flag.

Saturday, December 21:

Saving History Saturday spotlights some preservation and innovation in New York.

Sunday, December 22:

This morning Sarah Kay Bierle added an account of Christmas 1864 by General Gordon.

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