2018 ECW Symposium is Sold Out!
We look forward to seeing registered guests at the event. Watch for 2019 Symposium registration and details later in the year…
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This week we had some very exciting news: our 2018 Symposium is sold out! We are looking forward to seeing all our registered guests on the first weekend of August. It was also a good week on the blog with … Continue reading
Today is the anniversary of the First Battle of Bull Run, and it’s a great time to highlight some preservation work completed earlier this year on an important landmark on Manassas National Battlefield. The Stone Bridge spans the Bull Run … Continue reading
In Georgia and looking for something to do tomorrow? Head over to The Center for the Study of the Civil War Era at Kennesaw State University and check out their annual collector’s showcase. You’ll be able to view rare and … Continue reading
We have some important news to share with you regarding this year’s Fifth Annual Emerging Civil War Symposium at Stevenson Ridge. As of today, July 19, this year’s Symposium has sold out. For those of you that got your tickets, … Continue reading
In your opinion, what is the most overlooked part of Civil War history that needs to “emerge” into studies and discussions?
Hope you are all staying cool! Several of the Emerging Civil War members have been leading tours and lecturing this week. Monday, July 9: Question of the Week offered a chance to share what you’re reading this summer. Guest author … Continue reading
Get ready! Sunday, July 22, 2018, is the date for an ECW Pop-Up Tour at Antietam. Register and grab some water and walking shoes and come join Kevin Pawlak and Dan Welch for a special tour. What: A caravan tour … Continue reading
It’s so inspiring to see young folks involved in battlefield preservation work. Check-out this highlight from Central Virginia Battlefields Trust‘s Summer Newsletter:
Come on out and join the Texas Camel Corps on July 21, 2018! This special event is being held at Vicksburg National Military Park once again, highlighting a unique aspect of the western theater of the Civil War: camels!