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BREAKING NEWS: Newly Discovered Map Shows Antietam Burials in Detail

Historians with the Adams County Historical Society in Gettysburg, PA, have made an exciting discovery that will help reshape our understanding of the aftermath of battle at Antietam while also shedding some new light on our understanding of the aftermath … Continue reading

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Additional Podcast Resources: “Aftermath of Battle”

Did you have a chance to hear Meg Groeling’s podcast about what happened when the battles ended? She has accomplished insightful research on the ordeals for the wounded and the burials of fallen soldiers. This podcast is available to all ECW … Continue reading

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ECW Podcast “Aftermath of Battle” Is Now Available

Meg Groeling makes her debut on the Emerging Civil War podcast, starting with her research that formed the base for her first book. “After the battle, what did they do with all the bodies?”—a common question from battlefield visitors, and … Continue reading

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What Historians Really Do–Part 1

Elmer Ellsworth. This is the man who has been the focus of my intellectual life for over ten years, although there were times earlier that he was certainly in my sights. Who knows exactly why one person, one battle, one … Continue reading

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Savas Beatie Interviews Meg Groeling

ECW’s own Meg Groeling recently sat down with the folks at Savas Beatie to talk about her Emerging Civil War Series title The Aftermath of Battle: The Burial of the Civil War Dead. While most of the books in the series focus … Continue reading

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The Long-Awaited “Aftermath of Battle” is Now Available

ECW contributor Meg Thompson Groeling released her first full-length book, The Aftermath Battle: The Burial of the Civil War Dead, on Oct. 19—serving up a perspective as unconventional as her purple hair. Groeling, 65, who is currently pursuing a degree … Continue reading

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Hood Remembered: Meg Groeling

It is not two years since the sight of a person who had lost one of his lower limbs was an infrequent occurrence. Now, Alas! there are few of us who have not a cripple among our friends if not … Continue reading

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A Visit to Arlington for Veterans Day

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The Aftermath of Battle

With so many irons in the fire here at Emerging Civil War, we’ve had to do some shuffling and make some adjustments. As part of those changes, we’re pleased to announce that Meg Thompson is taking over one of the … Continue reading

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The Spring 2014 ECWS Titles: “The Aftermath of Battle”

Kathleen Logothetis Thompson has not only been a regular contributor to our blog, she has also contributed several appendices to previous volumes in the Emerging Civil War Series. With The Aftermath of Battle: The Burial of the Civil War Dead, … Continue reading

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