Week In Review: April 25-May 2, 2021

Sunday, April 25:

Postscript transcription for Greg Mertz’s interview. “What’s next in retirement?”

Monday, April 26:

Question of the Week highlighted high ground at Gettysburg.

Chris Mackowski has been reading Ty Seidule’s new book, Robert E. Lee & Me, and shared some thoughts.

Dr. Curt Fields shares about his years studying and portraying Ulysses S. Grant (Part 1).

Tuesday, April 27:

Doug Crenshaw reviewed the book The Greatest Escape.

Guest author John Roos reflected on the juxtaposition of violence and tranquility at battlefields.

Dr. Curt Fields shares Part 2 about his years studying and portraying Ulysses S. Grant.

Wednesday, April 28:

Symposium Spotlight: Earl Van Dorn and his life and death will be discussed in August 2021.

Diana L. Dretske shared about the research process for her new bookThe Bonds of War—in the Engaging The Civil War Series

The ECW April 2021 Newsletter is now available in your inbox or online.

Dr. Curt Fields shares Part 3 about his years studying and portraying Ulysses S. Grant.

Thursday, April 29:

Jon-Erik Gilot posted an account of an Ohio soldier and views on heroism.

Chris Mackowski shared Henry Adams’s perspectives on Adam Badeau and Ulysses S. Grant.

Dave Powell wrote about Benjamin Grierson and his famous raid.

Dr. Curt Fields shares Part 4 about his years studying and portraying Ulysses S. Grant.

Friday, April 30:

The Spring ECW Bookshelf is revealed… Here’s what we’re reading these days!

ECW Weekender: Chancellorsville and Chickamauga/Chattanooga NPS Visitor Centers are reopening!

Dr. Curt Fields shares Part 5 about his years studying and portraying Ulysses S. Grant.

Saturday, May 1:

Guest author Daniel A. Masters shared about a Hoosier at Port Gibson.

Saving History Saturday: Civil War Trails has just installed a groundbreaking new sign at Ox Hill Battlefield Park.

Dr. Curt Fields shares Part 6 about his years studying and portraying Ulysses S. Grant.

Sunday, May 2:

Weekly Whitman: Eighteen Sixty-One is from the Civil War inspired collection, Drum Taps.

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