Category Archives: Upcoming Events

December 2018 and January 2019 Presentations

December: 1st: Sarah Kay Bierle, Civil War Christmas Living History Event at Drum Barracks, Wilmington, CA 10th: Doug Crenshaw, The Seven Days, Richmond Civil War Roundtable 10th: Phill Greewalt: “Prospect Hill and the Battle of Fredericksburg,” Western North Carolina Civil War … Continue reading

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November-December 2018 Presentations

November: 1st: Chris Kolakowski, “Life and Times of Arthur MacArthur,” North Shore CWRT (Long Island) 11th: Julie Mujic, “Hidden Monuments: War Memorialization and the Search for World War I in Columbus, Ohio,” Franklin County Memorial Hall, Columbus, OH 13th: Kevin Pawlak, “Antietam Endgame: September … Continue reading

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Coming Soon: A Grisly Night at the Museum

You’ll want to hurry if you’re planning to attend a “ghoulish night” at the National Museum of Civil War Medicine this coming weekend. Here’s an event description from the museum website and links to get your tickets. (Thanks, Meg Groeling, for … Continue reading

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ECW Weekender: A Day in the Life of a Soldier

Here’s a phenomenal ECW Weekender opportunity from the Friends of the Wilderness Battlefield. Hear first-person portrayals of the lives of Union and Confederate soldiers and surgeons. Take a walking tour of the Wilderness Tavern and the grounds of Ellwood. Also, … Continue reading

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ECW Weekender: An 18th Century Living History Event at Ellwood Manor

Our colleagues at the Friends of Wilderness Battlefield sent along this great Weekender opportunity for the end of the month. Not only is it an opportunity to visit Ellwood on the Chancellorsville and Wilderness battlefields, but a way to look … Continue reading

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September-October 2018 Presentations

September: 8th: Derek Maxfield & Tracy Ford perform “Now we stand by each other always,” Clarendon Historical Society, Clarendon, NY; part of the 2018 Orleans County Heritage Festival, 2:00 PM  9th: Kevin Pawlak and Rob Orrison, “Highway to War: Loudoun Valley … Continue reading

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ECW Pop-Up Tour: Hartsuff’s Brigade at Antietam

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

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ECW Weekender: Camels at Vicksburg National Military Park!

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!

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July-August 2018 Presentations

July: 12-15th: Chris Mackowski, Civil War Trust Teachers Institute, Valley Forge, PA 16th: Chris Kolakowski, “Stones River,” Charlottesville CWRT 19th: Chris Mackowski, “Grant’s Last Battle,” Powhatan Civil War Roundtable, Pawhatan, VA

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2018 Symposium Schedule Released

We’re pleased to announce that we’ve released the schedule for Emerging Civil War’s 5th Annual Symposium! Keep in mind it’s a tentative schedule – subject to minor changes – but here’s the timing and the plan… If you’re planning to … Continue reading

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