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As part of Emerging Civil War’s fifth anniversary commemoration, we are pleased to inaugurate a new annual award: The Emerging Civil War Award for Service in Civil War Public History. This year’s recipient is Ted Alexander, former historian at Antietam … Continue reading
What was the most important naval engagement or campaign of the war? Why?
And this wasn’t even all of us…. Our thanks to photographer Emmy Kolbe, who captured this group shot of us on the steps of the Riddick House at the Third Annual Emerging Civil War Symposium at Stevenson Ridge last weekend.
You’ve probably noticed that it’s been mighty quiet around these parts this week. Please pardon us—we had a little company over the weekend:
The theme at Emerging Civil War’s Symposium last weekend was “Great Attacks of the Civil War.” Is there a particular attack that stands out to you in Civil War history? Why?
Can’t make it out to the Third Annual Emerging Civil War Symposium at Stevenson Ridge? Don’t fret. You can follow our live updates on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram. Use #ECW5 as you respond to our posts. Twitter: @EmergingCWBlog Facebook: Emerging … Continue reading
Our Friday evening tradition at the Emerging Civil War Symposium is to have our roundtable discussion panel. This years panel discussion will revolve around “Great Attacks of the Civil War,” the legacy of these attacks, Lee, Grant, Jackson other personalities, … Continue reading
August: 3rd: Steward T. Henderson, “St. George’s Episcopal Church in the Civil War,” St. George’s Episcopal Church, 905 Princess Anne St., Fredericksburg, VA
For all of you traveling to this weeks symposium: The Third Annual Emerging Civil War Symposium is being held in Northern Virginia. Traffic in this area of the I-95 corridor can be EXTREMELY heavy on Friday afternoons/evenings, especially if you … Continue reading
Have you see the movie “Free State of Jones”? For those who have, what did you think of it? For those who haven’t, is there something in particular that has discouraged you from seeing it?