Tag Archives: Dave Powell

Holiday Book Deals from Southern Illinois University Press

If you’re still looking for some great books for the holidays, don’t forget the Engaging the Civil War Series, ECW’s groovy collaboration with Southern Illinois University Press! SIUP put together a cool interactive holiday catalogue, and you can see our … Continue reading

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TONIGHT: The American Battlefield Trust’s Civil War Fantasy Draft

Join ECW tonight at 7:15 for a fun Facebook LIVE special event sponsored by the American Battlefield Trust: The Civil War Fantasy Draft! ECW historians Dan Davis, Chris Kolakowski, Chris Mackowski, Dave Powell, and Kris White will be participating, along with … 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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ECW Podcast “Chickamauga: Federal Leadership” Is Now Available

Dave Powell wrote the definitive works on Chickamauga. In this episode of the ECW podcast, he talks about the Federal leadership during the campaign. And stay tuned because this is part one of two! We hope you enjoy listening on … Continue reading

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West Coast Civil War Round Table Conference 2019 Crashed by ECW

November 8-10 was the 2019 West Coast Civil War Round Table Conference. This year it was held in Sacramento, California. I had attended them for years, only taking a break when I was out-of-state. Now I go again. Besides, I … 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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A Chat with Dave Powell about The Battle Above the Clouds

Emerging Civil War correspondent Elyse Kuhn took the time recently to talk with ECW’s Dave Powell about Dave’s new book, Battle Above the Clouds. ———- Dave Powell never imagined himself as a history writer. However, it seems to be what … Continue reading

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Battle Above the Clouds from Down Below with Hooker

We’re excited about the arrival of the latest Emerging Civil War Series book, Battle Above the Clouds: Lifting the Siege of Chattanooga and the Battle of Lookout Mountain by our own award-winning author Dave Powell. One of Dave’s appendices focuses … Continue reading

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Coming Soon: Battle Above the Clouds by Dave Powell

As we continue the roll-out of our spring Emerging Civil War Series titles, we’re pleased to welcome award-winning writer Dave Powell to the series. Dave, a regular contributor with ECW, is following up his incredible Chickamauga Campaign trilogy with a … Continue reading

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The Year in Review 2016: #9

In August, Dave Powell kicked off an extended series about Lt. Gen. James Longstreet, the “Old Warhorse” of Robert E. Lee, who went west to aid in the ailing Confederate effort in Tennessee. Longstreet performed well at Chickamauga, but then went … Continue reading

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