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Year In Review: ECW5

At the 2016 Symposium, Emerging Civil War celebrated its 5th Anniversary. It was a weekend of great rejoicing and planning for future. After the members returned home, Chris Mackowski asked us to consider what made ECW special and to share … Continue reading

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ECW5: Steward Henderson

I cannot believe that it has been five years since Kris White and Chris Mackowski informed me that they were starting a blog, “Emerging Civil War,” and asked me to be an author. I had often thought about writing a … Continue reading

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ECW5: Kris White

I’m very proud of what the ECW family has accomplished in five short years: multiple books series, an annual symposium, and our speakers bureau, just to name a few. But for all that we have done, my favorite memory comes … Continue reading

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ECW5: Bert Dunkerly

by Bert Dunkerly Sometimes the best thing is saved for last. You’ll see what I mean.

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ECW5: Dan Davis

If I had to choose one memory (although there are a bunch I could have gone with) it is the Western Tour that Chris Mackowski and I did last May/June.

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ECW 5: Chris Kolakowski

This is my favorite post of those I’ve written: “The Measure of Leaders,” first published on May 25, 2015. It’s combines two of the greater examples of leadership making the difference I’ve ever come across.

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ECW 5: Meg Groeling

Writers and Historians, lend me your ears—and maybe your fingers. There are times when you will have a harebrained idea that just begs to be researched and written up. You know it is silly. You know it isn’t even provable … Continue reading

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