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Week In Review: January 24-31, 2021

Lots of great content this week! Here’s the review in case you missed something or want to re-read easily. Sunday, January 24: Symposium updated: limited tickets for now… Monday, January 25: Question of the Week asked about the portraits you’d pick for an office wall. Steve Davis posted about John Bell Hood’s attempts to cover […]

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Week In Review: January 18-24, 2021

Looking back of the week and excited to see Civil War history posts focusing on account all across the country. Take a little trip through different locations and stories of past with ECW’s Week In Review… Monday, January 18: Question of the Week highlight regimental histories. Guest author Sheritta Bitikofer shared research about Camp Walton […]

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Suggested Readings for Our Troubled Times

Crazy times. We seem to be living through ’em right now. The temperature is running hot. People feel anxious, confused, hopeful and hateful. How do we make sense of it all? Well, in an effort to offer our readers some context for these crazy times, we’ve compiled a “Suggested Readings” list. We asked our historians: […]

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Week In Review: January 3-10, 2021

This week we continued with the What We’ve Learned series which looks back to the Sesquicentennial, but you’ll also find some quickly added posts with historical perspective on the modern events which unfolded this week. Also, great posts about a regiment’s company, re-evaluating research at Antietam, emancipation, Confederate Irish Brigade, and more. Sunday, January 3: […]

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What We’ve Learned: A Podcast Conversation

In a chat recorded in December 2020, Chris Mackowski, Cecily Nelson Zander, Kevin Pawlak, and Sarah Kay Bierle discussed reflections on the last ten year in personal exploration of history and changes in the history field. From the beginning of the war to the ending dates to publishing trends and newly added focuses in public […]

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Year in Review 2020: Highlighting Our Historians

As part of our Year in Review , we want to take a moment to give a special shout-out to all the historians whose contributions make ECW possible. They provide all the great free content you see on the blog, and they make contributions behind the scenes that keep the organization running smoothly. We are […]

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ECW’s December 2020 Newsletter Now Available!

Santa has one last gift to give you this year: the December 2020 Emerging Civil War newsletter! The newsletter dropped down chimneys and into inboxes earlier today. In this issue, you’ll find: 

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Week In Review: December 20-27, 2020

We hope you’re enjoying the holiday season, and here are the week’s posts in case you missed any! Lots of good news and merry fun these last few days… Sunday, December 20: In the evening, news of a preservation “miracle” at Stones River battlefield. Monday, December 21: Question of the Week focused on Christmas accounts […]

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Week In Review: December 13-20, 2020

Lots of preservation news this week on the blog, more perspective on monuments, a burning raid on the Baltimore-Ohio Railroad, book dicussions, and more! Sunday, December 13: In the evening, Chris Heisey posted a photo of the Sgt. Kirkland monument in the snow.

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