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Here’s a look back at the blog posts this week… Monday, March 9: Question of the Week focuses on ironclads. Dwight Hughes wrote about the emergency ironclads.
Who’s excited about more daylight hours? (AKA more time at the battlefields). We hope you are enjoying the weekend, and here’s the regular review of the last week’s content at ECW!
Elmer Ellsworth, preservation topics, logistics, a travel book. These are just a few of the topics covered this week at Emerging Civil War. We’ve got the list and links ready for an easy review!
From Presidents Day to book reviews, a Civil War surgeon’s letter, Eastman Johnson’s art, a weekender trip in Florida, and more…we’ve got the week in review just for you.
Book reviews, Black History, reasons soldiers fought, Lincoln’s birthday, and a originally town named after John C. Breckinridge… We’ve got a good mix of interesting history and topics for our weekly review!
This week wrapped up the Civil War & Pop Culture series and included a few other feature articles. The big news is…the major tech issues ECW has been experiences have been solved and the team is now able to access … Continue reading
It’s time for Week in Review again. These weeks seem to fly-by! We’re continuing with our Civil War & Pop Culture series and you’ll also find some intriguing posts about Antietam, Rutherford B. Hayes, and news from the historical community.
It’s been a full week on the ECW blog… Lots of perspective on the Civil War and Pop Culture for our special series along with other historical posts.
We’re in full swing with the Civil War & Pop Culture series this week, and you’ll find thoughts, history, and musings about movies, fiction books, music, and fine art. There were also some military articles and news from the history … Continue reading