Tag Archives: ECW archives

ECW Weekender: Our “Fred-Spot” Favorites

It’s Symposium Weekend! If you’re coming to Stevenson Ridge and staying in the Fredericksburg-Spotsylvania area (lovingly called Fred-Spot) a day or two extra, you might be looking for some historic touring. We’ve rounded up some of our favorite places featured … Continue reading

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ECW Weekender: Gettysburg Campaign Cavalry Sites

Feeling like taking a weekend drive? We found a post in our archives about the Gettysburg Campaign cavalry fights in Loudoun County, Virginia, with details about how to reach the sites and markers. Check it out…

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From the ECW Archives: Trevilian Station

On June 11 and 12, 1864, the Battle of Trevilian Station occurred. Union cavalry commanded by Major General Philip Sheridan swung southward, planning to join up with General David Hunter at Charlottesville, Virginia. However, near Trevilian Station Confederate cavalry commanded … Continue reading

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May 4: Rebels and A Galaxy Far, Far Away

It’s May Fourth, an anniversary date for the Battle of Chancellorsville…and it’s Star Wars Day. “May the fourth be with you.” Now, you’re probably thinking, “This is a Civil War history blog, and they are going really off topic if … Continue reading

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Podcast Additional Resources: “Talking About Primary Sources”

We’ve collected some additional resources related to the ECW Podcast episode that released last week. Did you have a chance to hear it on Patreon? Chris Mackowski and Kristopher White talked about some of their favorite primary sources and how important … Continue reading

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ECW Weekender: Looking For Artifacts and Primary Sources?

We were looking around the ECW Blog Archives and came across this post from 2016 by Kristopher White. Since we’re talking about primary sources – ones to read and where to find others – it seemed like a good time … Continue reading

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ECW Weekender: Looking for a Civil War Museum in New York?

Since the wintry weather continues for a few more months, we thought we’d kick off 2019’s weekender posts with a feature from the ECW Archives. Echoes Through Time Learning Center in Springville, New York, offers a hands-on look at Civil … Continue reading

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Keeping Tradition… “I Heard The Bells On Christmas Day”

One of the ever-popular Christmas blog posts on Emerging Civil War is Meg Groeling’s article about Henry Wadsworth Longfellow and his war era poem that became a holiday song. As we come to the end of a day that is … Continue reading

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From The Archives: Pearl Harbor’s Civil War Ties

In 2016, Chris Kolakowski wrote about the names of the U.S. ships at Pearl Harbor, focusing on the Civil War’s influence. Today marks the anniversary of the attack on the Hawaiian naval base that officially brought the United States into … Continue reading

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Railroads: From The ECW Archives

Our editors looked around in the ECW Blog Archives and found some interesting posts with connections to Civil War Railroad history. We hope you’ll enjoy these articles from past years! Ulysses S. Grant and the Wilderness of Pennsylvania (2015) The … Continue reading

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