This week we’ve been showing off our Civil War home libraries for the new blog series. You’ll also find a series about emancipation, an interview with Harold Holzer, perspective on a statue, a new look at the Tullahoma Campaign, and more!
Sunday, September 20:
In the evening, details posted about Chris Mackowski’s interview with Harold Holzer about his new book, The Presidents vs. The Press.
Monday, September 21:
Question of the Week asks about how many Civil War bookshelves are in your home.
Home Libraries: Cecily Nelson Zander shares about a collection on her Civil War shelves.
Tuesday, September 22:
Home Libraries: Dwight Hughes reveals his naval history library and favorite workspace.
Meg Groeling posted about a statue of Nathan B. Forrest near Nashville, TN.
Part 1 of guest author Jon Tracey’s series about Gettysburg’s views on the emancipation.
Wednesday, September 23:
Guest author Charlie Knight shared about the end of Arthur MacArthur’s life.
Home Libraries: Meg Groeling takes readers on a tour of her book collections and library decor.
Part 2 of guest author Jon Tracey’s series about Gettysburg’s views on the emancipation.
Thursday, September 24:
Home Libraries: Ryan Quint reflects on moving his library multiple times and feeling at home with all his books.
There’s a new ECW podcast and it’s the audio version of Chris Mackowski’s interview with Harold Holzer. (available for free)
ECW is on C-SPAN with Kevin Pawlak’s presentation about the Loudoun Valley Campaign of 1862.
Part 3 of guest author Jon Tracey’s series about Gettysburg’s views on the emancipation.
Friday, September 25:
Dave Powell posted about the Tullahoma Campaign and its obscurity.
ECW Weekender takes a virtual tour of Mark Twain’s home in Connecticut…and his home library.
The ECW September newsletter is now available!
Saturday, September 26:
Saving History Saturday highlights a new easement at Shepherdstown.
Home Libraries: Chris Mackowski admits “I cannot live without books” (and shares some photos from his book collection)