It’s time for Week in Review again. These weeks seem to fly-by! We’re continuing with our Civil War & Pop Culture series and you’ll also find some intriguing posts about Antietam, Rutherford B. Hayes, and news from the historical community.
Monday, January 27:
Question of the Week explores Civil War fiction and pop culture.
CW & Pop Culture: Sarah Kay Bierle addressed the Battle of New Market on the movie screen.
Tuesday, January 28:
CW & Pop Culture: The Beverly Hillbillies had something to say about refighting the Civil War…
Additional Podcast Resources are available for “Chickamauage: Confederate Leadership.”
Wednesday, January 29:
Symposium Spotlight: Sean Michael Chick will be speaking at the 2020 Symposium.
Sarah Kay Bierle shared a letter by Rutherford B. Hayes from 1865 as he reflect on how the war might end.
Thursday, January 30:
Kevin Pawlak sees Antietam as the ending of the Civil War’s first Overland Campaign? Read more…
CW & Pop Culture: Meg Groeling shared about her little free library.
The ECW Newsletter is in your inboxes…or you can catch the archived version’s link!
Friday, January 31:
Frank Jastrzembski wrote about the books that started his interest in the Civil War.
ECW Weekender: Do you go to the battlefields during the winter season? There just might be some benefits to make a chilly trek.
CW & Pop Culture: Kristen Pawlak wrote about Missouri’s Guerrilla’s roles in movies.
Saturday, February 1:
Saving History Saturday: American Battlefield Trust opens new campaign to save land at four Civil War battlefields.
Sunday, February 2:
CW & Pop Culture: This morning Chris Mackowski wrote about E.L. Doctorow’s historical fiction.