Tag Archives: Battle of Chickamauga

Podcast Additional Resources: “Chickamauga: Confederate Leadership”

In the latest episode of the ECW Podcast, Dave Powell talked about Confederate leadership during the Battle of Chickamauga. This episode is a companion to his discussion on Union leadership a couple weeks earlier. (This podcast is available to ECW … Continue reading

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ECW Podcast “Chickamauga: Confederate Leadership” Is Now Available

Earlier this month, the ECW podcast featured a discussion about Federal leadership at the Battle of Chickamauga. Today, Dave Powell returns to share about Confederate leadership triumph and challenges in one of the great battles in the western theater. This … Continue reading

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Podcast Additional Resources: “Chickamauga: Federal Leadership”

Last week on the ECW Podcast, Dave Powell shared his insight on Federal leadership during the Battle of Chickamauga. A respected-researcher and prolific author on this battle, Dave’s episode is one you won’t want to miss. (This podcast is available … Continue reading

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Podcast Additional Resources: “Decisions at Chickamauga”

Dave Powell has written volumes – literally – about the Battle of Chickamauga. Here are a few resources related to last week’s ECW Podcast episode that you won’t want to miss. Did you have a chance to hear the battle … Continue reading

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ECW Podcast “Decisions at Chickamauga” Is Now Available

Ready to head into the Western Theater of the Civil War? The newest ECW Podcast will take you on a journey through an important battle and leadership moments. Award-winning ECW Historian Dave Powell joins Chris Mackowski and Dan Welch for … Continue reading

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A Father’s Legacy: Simon Bolivar Buckner Sr. and Jr.

On January 8, 1914, Simon Bolivar Buckner died. He was the last surviving Confederate lieutenant general, and was buried in Frankfort, Kentucky’s cemetery with considerable ceremony. Born in 1823, in Munfordville, Kentucky, he was named in honor of Simon Bolivar, … Continue reading

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Question of the Week: 9/17-9/23/18

This week it will be 155 years since the Battle of Chickamauga. Do you have a favorite officer from that battle? Why do you admire his leadership?

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McCook and the Czar

100 years ago last night, Czar Nicholas II and his family were killed by the Bolsheviks near Ekaterinburg, Russia. This was the end of the Romanov Dynasty, which had ruled Russia since 1613. The US representative to Nicholas II’s coronation … Continue reading

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Saving General Thomas’ Rations

Emerging Civil War welcomes guest author Andrew Miller A general needs his rations like any soldier in the army. Even more important is maintaining a well fed staff as they perform innumerable duties to guarantee that the general’s orders are … Continue reading

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Symposium Speaker Lineup Change

We wanted to make you aware that we have had to make a change to one of the topics for this year’s symposium. Due to circumstances beyond his control, Lee White, will be unable to make it to this year’s … Continue reading

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