Tag Archives: Brad Gottfried

ECW Podcast: Antietam Institute

Historian Brad Gottfried talks about the efforts of the Antietam Institute to shed a scholarly light on one of the war’s most pivotal battles. Listen for free right here on our website or by using Spotify or Apple Podcasts. Please be … Continue reading

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The “Emerging Civil War Series” Series: Lincoln Comes to Gettysburg

by Brad Gottfried When Linda and I retired in 2017, we decided to move up to the Gettysburg area of Pennsylvania. I became a Gettysburg Licensed Town Guide. I loved (and still do) walking visitors around the streets of Gettysburg, … Continue reading

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Book-o-Rama! ECW authors have been cranking out some great reading material lately

We have had a lot of book action going on here lately at ECW. It’s been hard to keep up with! I’m proud of all that great work our authors have been doing, so I’ve raided social media to snag … Continue reading

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“You can do a great deal in eight days”: Ulysses S. Grant’s Forgotten Turning Point (part two)

Part two of two With an escort of twenty cavalrymen, Ulysses S. Grant rode on the evening of May 3, 1863, into the newly captured town Grand Gulf, Mississippi. He passed the now-abandoned Confederate forts, Cobun and Wade, and made … Continue reading

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ECWS Sneak Peek: Lincoln in Gettysburg

Here’s a sneak peek at another upcoming title in the Emerging Civil War Series: Lincoln Comes to Gettysburg: The Creation of the Soldiers’ National Cemetery and Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address by Brad and Linda Gottfried, with a foreword by Doug Douds.

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The Maps of The Bristoe Station and Mine Run Campaigns

For people looking at Civil War “headliners,” the span between Gettysburg in July of ’63 and the Wilderness in May of ’64 seems like a vast, empty gulf. A lot went on during that timespan, of course, although, for a … Continue reading

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