Year in Review 2022: Most-Read Posts of All Time

We’ve been counting down the most-read posts at Emerging Civil War for 2022. Before we get to #1, let’s take a look at the ten most-read posts of all time at ECW. Here we go:

#10) “War Chicken” by Meg Groeling (February 20, 2012)

#9) “A History of Civil War Drummer Boys (part one)” by Michael Aubrecht (July 27, 2016)

#8) “What Was So Wrong with Slavery?” by Steward Henderson (April 26, 2019)

#7) “Reactions to Lincoln’s Death” by Ashley Webb (April 15, 2015)

#6) “When a Monument Cherrypicks Its History” by Chris Mackowski (December 15, 2020)

#5) “Breaking News: Newly Discovered Map Shows Antietam Burials in Detail” by Chris Mackowski (June 16, 2020)

#4) “When a Monument Gets Its History Wrong” by Chris Mackowski (December 11, 2020)

#3) “Meeting Grant’s Great-Great Grandson” by Chris Mackowski (September 1, 2015)

#2) “What To Do with Lt. Gen. A. P. Hill’s Remains?” by Frank Jastrzembski (June 13, 2020)

#1) “Discoveries in a Civil War Photograph” by Jon-Erik Gilot (October 7, 2020)



2 Responses to Year in Review 2022: Most-Read Posts of All Time

  1. Clearly, the War Chicken and Longstreet saved Lee (& thereby the Confederacy) @ the Battle of the Wilderness.
    Nellie’s blood spilled was arguably as important as any that day, including Longstreet’s, and helped ensure the wanton slaughter continued another year more.
    Long Live the War Chicken ?!
    (GO MEG!)

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