Week In Review: July 13-19, 2020

Stay safe and cool! And here’s the Week in Review from Emerging Civil War’s blog:

Monday, July 13:

Question of the Week highlighted historic maps.

Steve Davis shared about finding new sources about John Bell Hood.

Tuesday, July 14:

Edward Alexander wrote about a Geneseo gunner on the Virginia Peninsula.

Guest author David T. Dixon shared about Charles Anderson’s speech and response to secession in Alamo Square.

Wednesday, July 15:

Chris Mackowski reported on a developing situation in a Congressional bill, addressing Confederate monuments in National Parks.

Chris Mackowski hosted a BookChat with Cody Marrs, author of Not Even Past.

Thursday, July 16:

Sean Michael Chick posted about his hunt for artwork of the CSS Alabama.

Sarah Kay Bierle shared some thoughts about a piece of information related to Gettysburg aftermath and memory.

Friday, July 17:

Guest author Dan Master wrote about the 171st Ohio at Keller’s Bridge, Kentucky.

ECW Weekender highlighted virtual presentations from the Jacob Rohrbach Inn’s Summer Lecture Series.

Saturday, July 18:

Saving History Saturday reported a new grant to support historic sites and historic tourism in Maryland.

Frank Jastrzembski posted another chapter in the saga of General A.P. Hill’s remains and statue in Richmond.

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