Week In Review: March 8-14, 2021

From the battle of the ironclads to book reviews, podcasts, The Wilderness, bus tours, new museums, and more…there’s a wide variety of articles from the ECW blog this week!

Monday, March 8:

Question of the Week...went animated?

Guest author Nathan Provost posted a comprehensive view of the Overland Campaign.

Tuesday, March 9:

David Dixon reviewed Courage Above All Things: General John Ellis Wool and the U.S. Military, 1812—1863.

Dwight Hughes shared myths, facts, and what-ifs about the Battle of Hampton Roads.

There’s a new ECW Podcast episode discussing Brian Matthew Jordan’s newest book!

Wednesday, March 10:

Symposium Spotlight: Phil Kearney is on the fallen leaders who will be discussed in August 2021.

Sarah Kay Bierle posted about soldiers re-crossing Saunders’ Field.

The Civil War Round Table Congress’s Annual Report is available.

Thursday, March 11:

Steve Davis posted a review for Confederate Citadel.

Chris Mackowski posted a video with some history and a preservation opportunity at the Wilderness Battlefield.

Friday, March 12:

Sarah Kay Bierle shared one of Phoebe Pember’s stories from Chimborazo Hospital in Richmond.

ECW Weekender: David Dixon wrote about visiting Resaca Battlefield.

Emerging Revolutionary War is hosting a bus tour at Trenton and Princeton.

Saturday, March 13:

Saving History Saturday: The Adams County Historical Society is breaking ground for their new museum, archives, and educational center in Gettysburg!

Sunday, March 14: 

Meg Groeling shared “Come up from the fields, Father” for Weekly Whitman.

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