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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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New ECWS Titles for Spring 2014

Savas Beatie, LLC, has released its line-up of books for the Spring of 2014. As part of the line-up, we’re excited to offer three more titles as part of our ever-expanding Emerging Civil War Series: The Aftermath of Battle: The … Continue reading

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