July 2023 ECW Newsletter Now Available

Chris and Maxwell Mackowski sit on the porch at Grant Cottage in the same spot where Ulysses S. Grant finished his memoirs. (Please note that Chris has appropriately branded Maxwell with ECW attire….)

The July ECW Newsletter went out earlier today. Did you get your copy? Inside:

  • The trail from Appomattox Courthouse leads all the way to Grant Cottage—and beyond!
  • The sold-out Symposium prepares to examine the Great Task before us.
  • Baby news! (Who doesn’t love baby news?)
  • Teachers from across the country descend on Baltimore for the American Battlefield Trust, where a bevy of ECW historians educate and entertain them.
  • Neil Chatelain and his wife celebrate an 50th milestone in Bigfoot country.
  • Toy soldiers post a picket line around a new book.
  • And more!

If you haven’t received a copy of the July 2023 newsletter, you can read it here.

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