Tag Archives: Emerging Civil War Podcast

Free ECW Podcast: Joshua Lawrence Chamberlain in the Civil War

Brian Swartz talks about his new ECWS biography Passing Through the Fire: Joshua Lawrence Chamberlain in the Civil War in this newest episode of the podcast. Listen for free here: https://www.patreon.com/posts/54260531 To learn more about Brian’s book, click here. 

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Free ECW Podcast: The Civil War Summer of ’63

Celebrate ECW’s 10th Anniversary with a pair of books about the Civil War Summer of ’63. Chris Mackowski and Dan Welch go behind the scenes on the project in the new episode of the Emerging Civil War Podcast. Listen here … Continue reading

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ECW Podcast: The Early Phases of the Atlanta Campaign

Steve Davis talks about the early phases of the 1864 Atlanta Campaign in this new podcast episode. His years of research on the campaign have resulted in seven books and national awards, including the Fletcher Pratt Award, the Richard Barksdale … Continue reading

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Free ECW Podcast: The Overland Campaign

Chris Mackowski and Nathan Provost have a wide-ranging conversation about the Overland Campaign, which was in full swing 157 years ago this month. Listen for free via Patreon!

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Free ECW Podcast: “The Bonds of War”

Historian Diana Dretske discusses “The Bonds of War”—the esprit de corps between men from the same Illinois hometown with similar but dissimilar immigrant experiences in the newest ECW Podcast episode. Listen for free on ECW Patreon And there’s more information … Continue reading

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ECW Podcast: “Unlike Anything That Ever Floated”

Check out the newest episode in the ECW Podcast! Dwight Hughes shares about the Battle of Hampton Roads, the development and technology of the ironclads, and his new book in the ECW Series. Listen for free through this Patreon Link: … Continue reading

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ECW Podcast: Greg Mertz Looks Back – Shiloh, Gettysburg, Fredericksburg-Spotsylvania National Military Parks

Historian Greg Mertz talks Shiloh, Gettysburg, Fredericksburg-Spotsylvania, and more as he looks back, on the eve of his retirement, on more than three and a half decades with the National Park Service. Greg is the author of the ECWS book … Continue reading

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ECW Podcast: A Thousand May Fall

Brian Matthew Jordan looks at a regiment both typical and unique to explore life, death, and survival in the Union Army—the 107th Ohio—in his new book, A Thousand May Fall. Listen to the free podcast interview through this link on … Continue reading

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Free ECW Podcast: Mapping the Western Theater

There’s a new, free podcast episode. Learn about mapping the battlefields of the Civil War’s western theater with cartographer Steve Stanley, historian Kris White, and the American Battlefield Trust! Listen for free through this link for ECW’s Patreon.

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Andrew Johnson’s Impeachment (Now Available As A Free Podcast Episode)

We’re revisiting the historic topic of impeachment in U.S. History and making this podcast free for the first time! In November 2019, historian Emma Murphy from the Andrew Johnson National Historic Site discussed the first presidential impeachment trial with Chris … Continue reading

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