Category Archives: Ties to the War

Artillery Sketches of Alfred Waud

Talk about being in the right place at the right time . . . our own Meg Groeling wrote a series of posts for ECW several years ago called “Drawing the War.” It featured the newspaper artists who were embedded … Continue reading

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A Conversation with Caroline Janney (part four)

(part four of four) We’ve been talking this week with Dr. Caroline Janney, author and past president of the Society of Civil War Historians. Currently on the history faculty at Purdue University, she’ll take up a new post next fall … Continue reading

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A Conversation with Caroline Janney (part three)

(part three of four) As a scholar, Dr. Caroline Janney has explored a strong interest in Civil War memory. During our conversation with her this week, she’s also talked about the deep connection to place she feels as a historian. … Continue reading

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A Conversation with Caroline Janney (part two)

(part two of four) As part of our Women’s History Month commemoration, we’re talking this week with Dr. Caroline Janney, professor, author, and past president of the Society of Civil War Historians. Janney has spent a good deal of her … Continue reading

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A Conversation with Caroline Janney (part one)

(part one of four) March is Women’s History Month, and to commemorate the event, Emerging Civil War is talking with several women who work in the field of Civil War history. This week, ECW Editor-in-Chief Chris Mackowski talks with one … Continue reading

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A Conversation with Hallowed Ground‘s Mary Koik (part four)

(part four of a four-part series) Mary Koik, the namesake behind Mary Koik Communications, serves as the editor of the Civil War Trust’s Hallowed Ground magazine. She’s been talking with ECW Editor-in-Chief Chris Mackowski about her work with the magazine, but … Continue reading

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A Conversation with Hallowed Ground‘s Mary Koik (part three)

(part three of a four-part series) Mark Koik has been editor of the Civil War Trust’s magazine Hallowed Ground for more than a decade. In yesterday’s segment, told ECW Editor-in-Chief Chris Mackowski, “It’s calculus, trying to figure out what to … Continue reading

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A Conversation with Hallowed Ground‘s Mary Koik (part two)

(part two of a four-part series) ECW Editor-in-Chief Chris Mackowski is talking this week with Mary Koik, editor of the Civil War Trust’s magazine, Hallowed Ground. Yesterday, Mary shared a little about her professional background and how the chance the edit the magazine came … Continue reading

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A Conversation with Hallowed Ground‘s Mary Koik (part one)

(part one of a four-part series) For Women’s History Month this year, ECW Editor-in-Chief Chris Mackowski interviewed several women who work in the field of Civil War public history. This week, we share Chris’s conversation with Mary Koik, editor of … Continue reading

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ECW Celebrates Women’s History Month 2018

March is Women’s History Month, and to commemorate the event this year, ECW has a special treat. Last year, we profiled a number of women working in the field of Civil War public history; this year, we’re doing something similar, … Continue reading

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