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Week In Review: June 27-July 3, 2022

Wrapping up the Unpublished Series and lots of content for the anniversary of the Battle of Gettysburg! You’ll also find accounts of the Underground Railroad, the symposium schedule, and ties to the war in the Trans-Mississippi are featured in the Week in Review. Monday, June 27: Question of the Week: Gettysburg, Vicksburg…or both?

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Weekender: Gettysburg 159th

It’s the 159th anniversary of the battle of Gettysburg this weekend. If you can’t be there yourself but wish you could be, the American Battlefield Trust is offering the next best thing: live videos all weekend long. Watch along here on the Trust’s YouTube page: Garry Adelman, Kris White, Sarah Kay Bierle, and a bevy […]

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Unpublished: Conclusion

We’re wrapping up the blog series “Unpublished” with the usual end-of-series list of all the posts. Sending a big thank you for the writers and to all the blog readers for making this series interesting, lively, and unique. We hope it may inspire you to enjoy some archive work to read and research from unpublished […]

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Unpublished: Chatting about Civil War Women’s Writings

A couple weeks ago, a few of the women at Emerging Civil War discussed unpublished primary sources on a Zoom call. The conversation lasted nearly two hours and rambled a bit. While the notes have been lightly edited for brevity and clarity, we’ve tried to keep the feel of the discussion between Cecily Nelson Zander, […]

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Week In Review: June 19-26, 2022

The Unpublished Series continues, and there are several pieces of exciting preservation news this week! Also check out the book review, podcast, tale of a horse, and more in the ECW Week in Review… Sunday, June 19: In the evening, Sarah Kay Bierle posted about Captain Barton and his daughter Clara for Father’s Day. Monday, […]

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ECW Podcast: Tale of Two Stonewalls

It was the best of Jackson; it was the worst of Jackson. The Stonewall of the Valley Campaign was not the Stonewall of the Seven Days. Sarah Kay Bierle, Doug Crenshaw, and Chris Mackowski talk about the tale of two Jacksons. Listen for free here on our website or by using Spotify or Apple Podcasts. Please be sure […]

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What If More People Pondered “What If”?

For a community of people who pride themselves on loving to learn new things, I’m often surprised by the number of folks who have inherent prejudices against “What if” questions. I understand that a lot of people who ask “What If” do so because they really want to engage in historical wish fulfillment. Even that […]

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Week In Review: June 13-19, 2022

Artifacts, a movie, a horse, and a new series about unpublished primary sources! If you missed these posts or want to see what else is new at Emerging Civil War’s blog, check out the Week in Review; Monday, June 13: Question of the Week highlighted a leadership question. Unpublished: Introducing a new series about unpublished […]

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Symposium Spotlight: A Horse Named Rienzi

With less two months remaining until our symposium, several of our authors further explore topics relating to their ‘What If’ theme. Today, Sarah Kay Bierle shares a little about General Sheridan’s famous horse… Meet Rienzi. That’s right, the old war horse was subjected to taxidermy after his death in 1878 and now resides on display […]

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