Week In Review: May 16-22, 2022

It’s a nice balance of east and west Civil War feature articles this week, along with some international flair, too…

Monday, May 16:

Question of the Week highlighted the history of the Gulf States.

Edward Alexander wrote about a Pennsylvania family on Petersburg’s front lines.

Tuesday, May 17:

Guest author Adam Burke shared about Michigan’s college Spartans going to war in 1861.

Steve Davis wrote about John Steele, the editor of the Atlanta Intelligencer.

There’s a new ECW Podcast episode about Civil War veterans in Great Britain.

Wednesday, May 18:

Symposium Spotlight: Just a few seats left!

Dave Powell posted his research about Henry Judah at Resaca.

Check out the Vicksburg Campaign...on video with Chris Mackowski.

Thursday, May 19:

Edward Alexander wrote about how latrines were managed at Petersburg.

Cecily Nelson Zander explored the Confederate Reunion Grounds in Mexia, Texas.

Here’s another photo of limited destruction in Atlanta from the Georgia Historical Society.

Friday, May 20:

Chris Kolakowski shared General McClellan’s address to the 5th Wisconsin.

ECW Weekender: Sarah Kay Bierle wrote about Ox Hill Battlefield Park in northern Virginia.

Saturday, May 21:

Saving History Saturday highlighted new opportunities to preserve land along Jackson’s Flank Attack at Chancellorsville.

Sunday, May 22:

Chris Mackowski posted a photo of a child’s outfit which is preserved at the Atlanta History Center.

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