Week In Review: September 26-October 3, 2021

Sunday, September 26:

In the evening, guest author Patrick Young shared “Autumn of the Lost Cause.”

Monday, September 27:

Question of the Week highlighted commanders with a positive attitude.

Sarah Kay Bierle posted Part 1 in a series inspired by a trip to an art museum, looking at “The Icebergs”—a painting which was displayed in 1861.

Tuesday, September 28:

Guest author Jeff T. Giambrone wrote about an Arkansas veteran at the 1938 Gettysburg Reunion.

Sarah Kay Bierle posted Part 2 in a series inspired by a trip to an art museum, looking at “Lady Godiva”—a sculpture displayed in 1864.

The September 2021 ECW Newsletter is now available!

Wednesday, September 29:

Terry Rensel posted about Central Virginia Battlefields Trust’s upcoming conference.

Sarah Kay Bierle posted Part 3 in a series inspired by a trip to an art museum, looking at “Five Boys on a Wall”—an Eastman Johnson painting.

Thursday, September 30:

Meet “Colonel” — a four-legged veteran of 18 battles.

Sarah Kay Bierle posted Part 4 in a series inspired by a trip to an art museum, looking at “The Bugler”—a Manet painting from the late 19th Century.

Friday, October 1:

Phill Greenwalt wrote about William Gaston Lewis, in his on-going series “Tales From The Tombstone.”

ECW Weekender rounded up some Shenandoah Valley posts from the blog archive for your autumn adventures in Virginia.

Saturday, October 2:

Saving History Saturday: Shenandoah Valley Battlefields National Historic District celebrates 25 years.

Sarah Kay Bierle posted Part 5 and the conclusion of a series inspired by a trip to an art museum, looking at Greek pottery and a universal theme connected to warfare.

Sunday, October 3:

This morning Meg Groeling examined a quote about a military execution in the Weekly Whitman column. 

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