Week In Review

Lots of historic anniversary posts and military history this week…

Monday, June 1:

Question of the Week focused on Civil War battlefield topography.

Kristen Pawlak posted about Sherman, the GAR, and Thomas E.G. Ransom.

Part 4 of the Civil War Zoom Boom features Ulysses S. Grant National Historic Site.

Tuesday, June 2:

Chris Mackowski hosted a BookChat with Judkin Browning and Timothy Silver, authors of An Environmental History of the Civil War.

Guest author Bryan Cheeseboro shared why he choose Benjamin Butler in the Civil War fantasy draft.

There’s a new FREE ECW Podcast episode: “The War Went On”

Wednesday, June 3:

Guest author Nathan Provost shared about the Battle of Cold Harbor for the anniversary.

Chris Mackowski wrote about Federal troops at the Fox House and a conflict with theology.

Thursday, June 4:

Meg Groeling shared about Private McAlpine’s horse.

Cecily Nelson Zander looked at the Second Seminole War as a training ground for the Civil War.

Friday, June 5:

Chris Mackowski posted about invasions of the North from Virginia.

ECW Weekender took a virtual tour at Monocacy National Battlefield.

Saturday, June 6:

Saving History Saturday spotlighted a new archaeology project at battlefields in Georgia.

Dwight Hughes wrote about the Battle of Memphis for the historic anniversary.

Sunday, June 7:

This morning Sarah Kay Bierle posted Part 11 of Sophronia Bucklin’s medical/war memoirs.

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