Celebrating ECW’s 7,000

Unidentified Union cavalrymen sharing a drink (Library of Congress)

In case you need a reason to celebrate or raise a glass this Friday night, please join Emerging Civil War in toasting our 7000th blog post! (The actual 7000th was actually published earlier today.)

Sending a big thank you to all our subscribers and blog readers! We are so thrilled that you are part of the emerging journey.

We’d also like to gratefully acknowledge the team of writers and editors who share their scholarship, history reflections, and skills with us. Thank you for all your time and effort to keep bringing fresh and meaningful perspectives on American Civil War history.

In addition to the usual publications and projects, ECW is working on a new project to make our web presence a little more user-friendly. Stay tuned and we look forward to sharing details toward the end of the summer.

Cheers…and here’s to the next thousand words and the next thousand blog posts. Happy Friday!

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16 Responses to Celebrating ECW’s 7,000

  1. grandadpookers says:

    I am thankful to Mike Movius of CWRT Congress who advised me of the ECW resources. Since then, I have purchased books, listened to Podcasts, seen YouTube videos and read most of the blogs that arise from the ECW initiatives.

  2. askillian says:

    Congratulations! You guys do a great job and are a real asset to the Community of Civil War historians and enthusiasts. I look forward to your blogs, books and videos.

  3. Scott Shuster says:

    Congratulations! Many thanks to everyone at ECW for all your efforts in developing a great multi-media source for Civil War material.

  4. Lyle Smith says:

    Many congratulations! The world is a better place with the Emerging Civil War in it. Keep on kicking ass.

  5. Charlie Downs says:

    Well done; keep them coming.

  6. mark harnitchek says:

    Bravo Zulu (sailor talk tor well-done) … and thanks to ECW’s brilliant historians, wonderful essayists and thoughtful commenters!!!

  7. Patricia Wagg says:

    Thank you for sharing your knowledge on this site. I have learned so much.
    From one happy Canadian

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