Week In Review: March 1-7, 2021

Chamberlain, George Washington, Lee, book reviews, forts, preserving earthworks, and more…

Monday, March 1:

Question of the Week looked at the worst battleground of the Civil War.

Steve Davis reviewed the book Writing War & Reunion.

Brian Swartz continues his in-depth writing on Maine at War.

Tuesday, March 2:

JoAnna M. McDonald shared about Washington and Lee and how their legends are distinctly different.

Brian Swartz posted about Joshua Chamberlain and the 1880 Maine rebellion. (Part 1)

Melissa Winn offered some advice for Women’s History Month.

Wednesday, March 3:

Symposium Spotlight: Dan Welch will be speaking at the 2021 Symposium in August.

Part 2 of Brian Swartz research about Joshua Chamberlain and the 1880 Maine rebellion.

Thursday, March 4:

Chris Heisey shared photos from James Buchanan’s home in the snow.

Sarah Kay Bierle posted “The Domestic Blockade” and some thoughts about the homefront.

Steve Davis shared about an evening of sharing Atlanta history with former President Jimmy Carter.

Friday, March 5:

Meg Groeling posted a book review for Incidents in the Life of Cecilia Lawton: A Memoir of Plantation Life, War, and Reconstruction in Georgia and South Carolina.

ECW Weekender: Phill Greenwalt shared about Fort Jefferson in Dry Tortugas.

Saturday, March 6:

Saving History Saturday: There’s a new historic park preserving part of the Sugar Loaf earthworks in North Carolina.

Sunday, March 7:

Weekly Whitman: Meg Groeling posted “Look down fair moon.”

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