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It’s time for Week in Review… Happy reading! Sunday, October 11: In the evening, Patrick Young shared about the recent posts on Echoes of the Reconstruction Era. Monday, October 12: Question of the Week highlighted post-war lives of Civil War … Continue reading
From pink Confederate battle flags and new discoveries in a Civil War photograph to Perryville and Chambersburg (and more!), there’s a plethora of new information to read and explore from this last week.
Lots of posts about books this week as we finished the Home Libraries Series. Phill Greenwalt heads for adventures in the Western Theater. Preservation news, history trail photos, and more!
This week we’ve been showing off our Civil War home libraries for the new blog series. You’ll also find a series about emancipation, an interview with Harold Holzer, perspective on a statue, a new look at the Tullahoma Campaign, and … Continue reading
From “Back to School” to the Battle of Antietam, new podcast, and more, there’s an overload of content on the ECW blog this week. Catch up and enjoy the week in review…
It’s been a really full week on the ECW blog! You’ll find several posts by guest authors, meet the newest ECW member, discover some new historical perspectives, and find all the videos from the Virtual Symposium…
Big news this week from American Battlefields Trust, Blue and Gray publications, and an exclusive interview with Gary Gallagher! And lots of history articles…
From the 19th Amendment and Eisenhower at Gettysburg to book reviews, a new look at a Civil War soldier/artist, and pieces about the Second Battle of Bull Run/Manassas, there’s a variety of content to review this week.
This week ECW welcomed several guest authors and announced the 2020 Awards, along with more historical accounts and preservation news.
From Wilson’s Creek to the courts of Europe, enslaved and freedmen experiences, interpretation on historical signs, and more, there’s plenty of new posts to explore from the past week…