Week in Review: April 18-24, 2022

Last week of the blog series On The March and plenty of other historical topics “emerging” this week…

Monday, April 18:

Question of the Week focused on ways of marching on campaign.

On The March: Sarah Kay Bierle posted about General Barlow and the stragglers.

Tuesday, April 19:

Guest author Max Longley explored Cyrus McCormick and a church battle over slavery and Union.

On The March: Chris Mackowski posted a video from Stonewall Jackson’s flank march.

A shout-out to Emerging Revolutionary War on the anniversary of the Battles of Lexington and Concord.

Wednesday, April 20:

Symposium Spotlight: Brian Matthew Jordan explores the power of the counterfactual.

Caroline Davis wrote about New Orleans as an occupied city.

On The March: To Gettysburg with the 20th Maine…through Chamberlain’s reminiscence.

Thursday, April 21:

Guest author Tim Talbott wrote about Sgt. John Grinnell of the 38th USCI.

On The March: Sarah Kay Bierle shared about the VMI Cadets’ march to New Market in May 1864.

There’s a new ECW Podcast episode with Curt Fields for Grant’s Bicentennial Birthday.

Friday, April 22:

On The March: Dwight Hughes explored the “wet march” of the USS Monitor.

ECW Weekender spotlighted the Robinson House site at Manassas National Battlefield.

Saturday, April 23:

Saving History Saturday highlighted the recent four battlefields appeal from American Battlefield Trust.

On The March: Sarah Kay Bierle posted about Magruder’s deceptive marching on the Virginia Peninsula.

Sunday, April 24:

This morning Neil P. Chatelain posted about George Hollins and the fall of New Orleans.

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