Lots of posts for the 160th anniversary of the battle of Shiloh this week, and we’ve started a new series about Civil War marching.
Sunday, April 3:
In the evening, we posted links to videos about the battle of Shiloh from ECW YouTube page.
Monday, April 4:
Question of the Week focused on Shiloh battlefield.
Introducing a new blog series: On The March
Guest author Tim Talbott wrote about Sister Lydia Penny who cared for wounded after the battle of New Market Heights.
Tuesday, April 5:
On The March: Chris Kolakowski shared about the 44th Indiana Regiment.
Sean Michael Chick posted his notes about obscure brigade commanders at Shiloh.
There’s a new ECW Podcast episode: Decisions at Fredericksburg.
Wednesday, April 6:
Symposium Spotlight: Back by popular demand, there will be two panel discussions at the 2022 Symposium. Check out the details for the “What If” Maryland Campaign Panel!
Sean Michael Chick wrote about the USS Lexington and USS Tyler at the battle of Shiloh.
On The March: Neil P. Chatelain focused on Tucker’s Naval Battalion and their march to Sailor’s Creek in 1865.
Thursday, April 7:
Chris Heisey added a photo from Shiloh battlefield and a few observations for the anniversary.
Sean Michael Chick explored Isidore Francois Turgis’s war service and choices as a Catholic chaplain.
On The March: Sarah Kay Bierle posted some notes about Civil War shoes and boots.
Friday, April 8:
Kevin Pawlak wrote about the Kentucky governor who fell at the battle of Shiloh.
On The March: Sarah Kay Bierle added some details about marches as found in popular Civil War music.
Saturday, April 9:
Saving History Saturday: Just a reminder…Devil’s Den and Little Round Top at Gettysburg are currently closed for restoration work.
Steve Davis reviewed Ends of War: The Unfinished Fight of Lee’s Army after Appomattox.
Sunday, April 10:
On The March: Kevin Pawlak explored Morgan’s march to the Cumberland Gap.