Week In Review: May 17-23, 2021

Hope you’ve had a good week! Here’s the review of what ECW has been publishing in the last seven days…

Monday, May 17:

Question of the Week focused on famous orders for charges.

Bert Dunkerly reviewed Imperfect Union: A Father’s Search for his Son in the Aftermath of the Battle of Gettysburg.

Tuesday, May 18:

David T. Dixon wrote about the “radical Gettysburg Address.”

There’s a new episode of the ECW Podcast! Diana Dretske shared about her new book, The Bonds of War.

Dr. Curt Fields added a postscript for his recent series about studying and portraying Ulysses S. Grant.

Wednesday, May 19:

Symposium Spotlight: Have you been to Payne’s Farm?

Terry Rensel posted about the Battle of Harris Farm on the anniversary.

Thursday, May 20:

Sarah Kay Bierle wrote about the burial of the VMI Cadets after the Battle of New Market.

Dan Welch shared his ECW Story!

Steward Henderson’s presentation about United States Colored Troops is airing on C-SPAN3.

Friday, May 21:

Guest author Richard G. Frederick reviewed Getting Right with Lincoln: Correcting Misconceptions about Our Greatest President.

ECW Weekender highlighted upcoming events for Memorial Day at the National Medal of Honor Heritage Center in Chattanooga, TN.

Saturday, May 22:

Saving History Saturday: Press release from the Louisiana Trust for Historic Preservation.

Edward Alexander shared about his new map of the Shenandoah Valley.

Sunday, May 23:

This morning Nathan Provost posted Part 3 of his Comprehensive View of the Overland Campaign (North Anna).

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