Week In Review: February 22-28, 2021

On the last day of February, here’s the last week’s blog features…

Monday, February 22:

Question of the Week focused on high ground during the Civil War.

Guest author Bryan Cheeseboro shared a comparison of Grant and Lee in memory.

Tuesday, February 23:

Chris Mackowski hosted a BookChat with Steven Woodworth and Charles Grear, editors of Vicksburg Besieged.

Meg Groeling posted about the Louisiana Native Guard.

Wednesday, February 24:

Symposium Spotlight: Sean Michael Chick will be speaking at the 2021 ECW Symposium.

Doug Crenshaw reviewed the book Six Days of Awful Fighting by Eric Wittenberg.

The February 2021 ECW Newsletter is now available in your inboxes or online!

Thursday, February 25:

Derek Maxfield shared “reflections” about Abraham Lincoln by Alexander Stephens.

Jon Tracey examined the Lost Cause through two different accounts of the Appomattox Campaign.

Friday, February 26:

Sarah Kay Bierle posted primary source documentation about General Barlow and orchard snacks.

ECW Weekender: Add the Montpelier Civil War Trail to your list of hiking adventures!

Saturday, February 27:

Saving History Saturday featured a press release with details about relocating a Civil War statue in Dalton, Georgia.

Sunday, February 28:

This morning Weekly Whitman featured the poetry “Drum Taps.”

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