We hope you’ve had a good week. The blog writers have been rolling out some detailed content this week. If you missed some posts, here’s the Week in Review to help you catch up (or re-read)!
Sunday, March 13:
The full table of contents for the new book, The Great “What Ifs” of the Civil War, has been revealed!
Monday, March 14:
Question of the Week had some fun with Pi Day.
Sean Michael Chick explored Farragut’s decisions at Port Hudson.
Tuesday, March 15:
For Women’s History Month, Sarah Kay Bierle wrote about women’s primary sources and some examples of when they’ve been destroyed.
Salem Church at sunrise on the eve of spring…
Wednesday, March 16:
Symposium Spotlight: Sarah Kay Bierle will be presenting a military “What If” for the Battle of Cedar Creek this coming August.
Caroline Davis introduced a series she is working on: Occupied Cities in the South.
Thursday, March 17:
Exploring an account of the Irish Brigade at the Battle of Fair Oaks/Seven Pines for St. Patrick’s Day.
Sheritta Bitikofer wrote about a jar of jam from the siege of Vicksburg and where it’s preserved.
Sarah Kay Bierle shared some musing about John Pelham’s short life on the anniversary of the battle of Kelly’s Ford.
Friday, March 18:
Kristen Trout posted about the conflict at Lone Jack and guerilla warfare in northwest Missouri.
ECW Weekender: Kris White wrote about the imminent closing of Little Round Top and Devil’s Den for land conservation work.
Saturday, March 19:
Saving History Saturday: Civil War Graffiti will be preserved, but relocated in Stafford County, Virginia.
Sarah Kay Bierle wrote about Shield’s advance to Strasburg in the 1862 Shenandoah Valley Campaign and began setting the stage for the battle of Kernstown.
Sunday, March 20:
Check out photos from a the “Nuns on the Battlefield” monument in Washington D.C. for Women’s History Month.