Week In Review

Monday, July 26:

Question of the Week highlighted historic maps.

Sarah Kay Bierle posted about General Griffin’s forward scouting at Chancellorsville.

Patrick Young from The Reconstruction Era Blog shared about USCT’s service after the war ended.

Tuesday, July 27:

Sheritta Bitikofer wrote about Empty Chairs.

Dr. Lloyd W. Klein shared his research about the U.S. Government financing the Civil War.

The July 2021 ECW Newsletter is now available!

Wednesday, July 28:

Symposium Spotlight: Books for sale…and pro tips for the event weekend.

Brian Swartz posted about Joshua Chamberlain and Covid.

John Brown in the ECW Series? Here’s a sneak peek!

Thursday, July 29:

Dr. Lloyd W. Klein wrote about the Confederacy’s economic challenges.

There’s a new ECW Podcast Episode with Brian Swartz about Joshua Lawrence Chamberlain.

David Dixon reviewed Soldier Parrott.

Friday, July 30:

Steve Davis found an account about one company against two corps.

Jon Tracey wrote about visiting the National Museum of the U.S. Army for the ECW Weekender.

Sarah Kay Bierle posted about General Bartlett at the Battle of The Crater.

Saturday, July 31:

Saving History Saturday: Do you know where Owen Brown is buried?

Brian Swartz posted about James J. Chase from Maine and his experience at the Battle of The Crater.

Chris Mackowski highlighted all the new books written by authors in the “Emerging” brand.

Sunday, August 1:

In Weekly Whitman, Meg Groeling shared about a postage stamp with the famous poet on it.

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