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The Trust’s Teacher Institute: Rethinking George Washington with Phill Greenwalt

When he takes to the front of the room for his talk at the American Battlefield Trust’s Teacher Institute, Phill Greenwalt introduces himself as the co-founder of Emerging Revolutionary War and as the acting chief of interpretation at Morristown National … Continue reading

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Introducing the Emerging Revolutionary War Series!

Last month, we told you about our spring book releases for the Emerging Civil War Series. Well, that’s not the only thing up our sleeve. We’re excited to announce the launch of a sister line of books, the Emerging Revolutionary … Continue reading

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Year in Review 2015: Emerging Revolutionary War

Today is Wednesday, and for most of 2015, that meant Rev War Wednesdays. On January 28 of this year, Emerging Civil War launched Rev War Wednesdays in effort to call attention to America’s Revolution-era history. The initiative followed the lead of … Continue reading

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Rev War Reminder

If you’re looking for our usual Rev War Wednesday, let us remind you that the Spirit of 1776 has moved over to its own blog, Emerging Revolutionary War. Editor in Chief Phill Greenwalt has collected some great stuff and an … Continue reading

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Check out the All-New “Emerging Revolutionary War”

If you’re looking for Rev War Wednesday, we have some great news for you: an entirely new blog devoted entirely to the Revolutionary War era! Check out our brand-new sister blog, Emerging Revolutionary War. Many of our ECW contributors have Rev … Continue reading

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A Change on the Horizon…

You can almost feel the cold weather from just looking at the painting. With the snow on the ground, and white specks of wintry mix falling in the distance, one almost wants to say “brrr.” With rags wrapped around feet, heads … Continue reading

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