Week In Review: February 24-March 1, 2020

Elmer Ellsworth, preservation topics, logistics, a travel book. These are just a few of the topics covered this week at Emerging Civil War. We’ve got the list and links ready for an easy review!

Monday, February 24:

Question of the Week focused on “hero status.”

Meg Groeling shared about her search for Elmer Ellsworth images.

Tuesday, February 25:

Mike Movius posted ideas for CWRTs building opportunities.

There’s a new ECW Podcast available, focusing on U.S. Grant and his memoirs.

Check your inbox! The February 2020 ECW Newsletter has appeared.

Wednesday, February 26:

Symposium Spotlight: Meg Groeling will be sharing about Elmer Ellsworth at the 2020 Symposium in August.

Eric Wittenberg wrote about why battlefield preservation matters.

Thursday, February 27:

Kevin Pawlak focused on how a logistician viewed the Civil War in Virginia

Friday, February 28:

Sarah Kay Bierle shared about a new book she’s enjoyed using to explore Black History at Civil War sites for the ECW Weekender.

Saturday, February 29:

Saving History Saturday: Exciting preservation news on the horizon in Kentucky…

Edward Alexander posted about Leap Year from the Confederate point of view.

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1 Response to Week In Review: February 24-March 1, 2020

  1. Anita Beaty says:

    I am researching the life of my great grandfather, Brigadier General Evander McIver Law. Although sporadically, I have been collecting references to him and his life for years, and now that I am getting serious about this project, I’d like to learn about any resources you folks know about his participation and leadership in the 5th Alabama Brigade, which I believe he “mustered.” He was a South Carolina native son, but wound up in Florida after the war, where he was instrumental in setting up the public education system and wrote for a newspaper in Bartow, I believe.

    Anita Beaty

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