Week In Review: January 2-9, 2022

Happy New Year! Check out the latest on the ECW Blog…there are book deals, the return of Robert Lee Hodge’s series, a walk in the French Quarter, snow at Spotsylvania, and more.

Sunday, January 2:

In the evening, the #1 most read blog post of 2021 was revealed!

Monday, January 3:

Question of the Week highlighted new year’s resolutions.

Guest author Tim Talbott shared about Pvt. Edward Williams of the 6th USCI‘s service and death.

There’s a Kindle deal on the ECW 10th Anniversary books this month.

Tuesday, January 4:

Chris Mackowski posted his list of favorite soldier memoirs.

Sarah Kay Bierle shared a reflective piece about Taps at Winchester National Cemetery.

Robert Lee Hodge returns to continue his series “Yellowhammers and Environmentalism: Following Law’s Alabama Brigade to Gettysburg.”

Wednesday, January 5:

Symposium Spotlight: Phill Greenwalt will be speaking at the 2022 ECW Symposium in August.

Neil P. Chatelain took a walk on the French Quarter of New Orleans and shared some history, monuments, and memories.

It’s Part 4 of Robert Lee Hodge’s journey of following Law’s Alabama Brigade to Gettysburg.

Thursday, January 6:

Guest author Evan Portman shared about a Catholic priest’s role as a smuggler and on the battlefield.

Brian Swartz posted details about his latest research on the Maine at War Blog.

Friday, January 7:

Guest author Patrick Kelly-Fischer examined the Battle of Chattanooga and if the Confederates missed an opportunity.

ECW Weekender: Sarah Kay Bierle added snow photos from Spotsylvania Battlefield.

There’s a new Civil War Trail sign at Tom’s Brook Battlefield in Shenandoah County Park.

Saturday, January 8:

Saving History Saturday: A Civil War era ship’s anchor is going through restoration process.

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