Author Archives: Emerging Civil War
If you’re not on the mailing list for the free monthly catalog from Owens & Ramsey booksellers, you should be. And now Emerging Civil War fans have all the more reason to sign up: there’s a new section in the … Continue reading
This past week at Emerging Civil War we marked the anniversaries of Gettysburg and Monocacy. We also commemorated Independence Day. If you missed any of our holiday week posts, you may catch up on them following the hyperlinks below.
Is there a Civil War campaign that seems “textbook perfect” to you? Why?
Wishing you a safe and fun-filled day celebrating American freedom! Brief Historical Thoughts For The Day:
As has become our July 3 custom at ECW, we offer you Faulkner’s famous reflection in remembrance of Pickett’s Charge: For every Southern boy fourteen years old, not once but whenever he wants it, there is the instant when it’s … Continue reading
In your opinion, did Gettysburg or Vicksburg have the largest impact on the Civil War? Or are they inseparable in the outcome?
This past week we wrapped up our blog series, “My Favorite Historical Person,” which has prompted many good discussions. We welcomed a new ECW member, featured some guest authors, and trekked to Gettysburg. Additionally, our monthly newsletter should be in … Continue reading
July: 1st: 9:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m. Emerging Civil War Series book signing, Gettysburg Visitor Center, Gettysburg National Battlefield, featuring Dan Davis, Dwight Hughes, Chris Mackowski, Rob Orrison, Ryan Quint (others TBA) 6th: Edward Alexander, “Dawn of Victory: Breakthrough at Petersburg,” North … Continue reading
Emerging Civil War has a lot going on this weekend in Richmond, Gettysburg, and Frederick, including the launch of the newest book in the Emerging Civil War Series. Folks visiting Richmond National Battlefield on Saturday for the anniversary of the … Continue reading