Week In Review: June 13-19, 2022

Artifacts, a movie, a horse, and a new series about unpublished primary sources! If you missed these posts or want to see what else is new at Emerging Civil War’s blog, check out the Week in Review;

Monday, June 13:

Question of the Week highlighted a leadership question.

Unpublished: Introducing a new series about unpublished primary sources!

Chris Mackowski posted about Beast Butler’s image in a chamber pot.

Tuesday, June 14:

Sheritta Bitikofer wrote about the film Birth of a Nation.

Unpublished: Max Longley explored the archives at Notre Dame.

Chris Mackowski got to see Colonel Robert G. Shaw’s sword at the Massachusetts Historical Society.

Wednesday, June 15:

Symposium Spotlight: Sarah Kay Bierle posted about Sheridan’s horse, Rienzi.

Unpublished: Neil Chatelain shared a trio of unpublished sources from his own family collection.

Thursday, June 16:

Kevin Pawlak explored the Civil War experiences of descendants of Revolutionary War riders.

Unpublished: Sarah Kay Bierle posted about transcribing primary sources.

Friday, June 17:

Unpublished: Guest author Doug Ullman, Jr. wrote about researching with pension files.

ECW Weekender: Sarah Kay Bierle shared about a recent trip to York County History Center.

Saturday, June 18:

Saving History Saturday highlighted museum plans for the Adams County Historical Society.

Patrick Young from The Reconstruction Blog wrote about Juneteenth celebrations in Texas.

Sunday, June 19:

Sarah Kay Bierle posted an account of Union soldiers confirming emancipation.

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