Week In Review: March 21-27, 2022

There are several mini-series on the blog this week, along with new book reviews, and some posts for Women’s History Month. Check out the latest!

Monday, March 21:

Question of the Week…chose your brigade for the Gettysburg Campaign.

Guest author Ed Lowe started his series Confederate Lieutenant General James Longstreet in Chattanooga.

Tuesday, March 22:

Sarah Kay Bierle posted Part 1 and Part 2 about Agnes Pomeroy Bartlett for Women’s History Month.

Part II of Ed Lowe’s series about Confederate Lieutenant General James Longstreet in Chattanooga.

Phill Greenwalt reviewed Confederates and Comancheros, Skullduggery and Double-Dealing in the Texas-New Mexico Borderlands

Wednesday, March 23:

Symposium Spotlight: Jon Tracey will be sharing a “What If” about Civil War medicine and amputation at the ECW Symposium in August.

Guest author Ed Lowe shared Part III of his series: Confederate Lieutenant General James Longstreet in Chattanooga.

Sarah Kay Bierle posted about loyalty and the battle of Kernstown.

Thursday, March 24:

Caroline Davis wrote about Alexandria, Virginia as an occupied southern city.

It’s Part IV of guest author Ed Lowe’s series about Confederate Lieutenant General James Longstreet in Chattanooga.

Jon Tracey reviewed Slavery: Interpreting American History

Friday, March 25:

Meg Groeling wrote about Wide-Awakes and politics.

ECW Weekender: Sheritta Bitikofer shared about her recent trip to the Old State House Museum in Baton Rogue, Louisiana.

Saturday, March 26:

Saving History Saturday: Todd’s Tavern battlefield is up for preservation!

Guest author Patrick Kelly-Fischer wrote about the Battle of Glorieta Pass.

Sunday, March 27:

This morning a transcribed portion of a Q&A with ECW Women was posted for Women’s History Month.

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