Week In Review: January 19-26, 2020

It’s been a full week on the ECW blog… Lots of perspective on the Civil War and Pop Culture for our special series along with other historical posts.

Sunday, January 19:

CW & Pop Culture: In the evening, Chris Mackowski posted about Civil War fiction.

Monday, January 20:

Question of the Week asks if your interest in the Civil War began with a pop culture introduction.

CW & Pop Culture: Steward T. Henderson added his thoughts on the miniseries North & South.

Tuesday, January 21:

Chris Mackowsi wrote about Stonewall Jackson’s birthplace.

The newest episode of the ECW Podcast is available! Chickamauga: Confederate Leadership

Wednesday, January 22:

Symposium Spotlight: Dave Powell will be speaking at the 2020 ECW Symposium.

CW & Pop Culture: Sean Michael Chick added perspective on the movie Pharaoh’s Army.

Chris Mackowski had an author chat with Thomas Brown about Civil War monuments.

Thursday, January 23:

Frank Jastrzembski questioned honoring General Milton S. Littlefield and shared his thoughts.

CW & Pop Culture: Dwight Hughes reviewed an old Civil War movie: The General.

CW & Pop Culture: Chris Mackowski wrote about Superman and the Civil War.

Friday, January 24:

Civil War Trails took a journey to Wytheville, Virginia.

ECW Weekender: Sarah Kay Bierle took a tour at the Margaret Mitchell House in Atlanta.

CW & Pop Culture: Chris Mackowski posted about Jim Leher’s novel, No Certain Rest.

Saturday, January 25:

Saving History Saturday: The National Museum of Civil War Medicine unveiled a new logo.

CW & Pop Culture: Looking back at blog posts about movies in our archives!

Sunday, January 26:

This morning Steward T. Henderson reflected on the anniversary of the movie Glory.

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