Week In Review: August 31-September 6, 2020

Big news this week from American Battlefields Trust, Blue and Gray publications, and an exclusive interview with Gary Gallagher! And lots of history articles…

Monday, August 31:

Question of the Week highlighted Civil War navy ships.

Gary Gallagher joined Chris Mackowski for an exclusive interview about his new book, The Enduring Civil War.

Tuesday, September 1:

American Battlefield Trust announces their new, incoming president.

Chris Mackowski shared about General Kearny on the anniversary of his death at the Batt of Chantilly.

Check out what’s new on the Maine at War Blog…

Wednesday, September 2:

Jon-Erik Gilot wrote about the “Invasion of Erie, Pennsylvania.”

Derek Maxfield posted about Generals Sherman and Thomas and a planning session outside Atlanta.

There’s good news for tours and articles originally published in Blue and Gray Magazine.

Thursday, September 3:

Chris Mackowski wrote about “useable history”, looking at partisanship, citizenship, and the presidential elections from the Civil War era.

Frank Jastrzembski shared Part 1 of his research on Civil War veterans still on the active army list in 1909.

Friday, September 4:

Part 2 of Frank Jastrzembski’s writings about Civil War veterans and the active army list of 1909.

Happy Antietam Anniversary to Kevin Pawlak and he shares about his research and experiences on the battlefield.

Saturday, September 5:

Saving History Saturday: Good news for Grant Cottage in New York!

Dwight Hughes takes a new look at what doomed the CSS Hunley.

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