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“Forgotten Battles” has been a theme at ECW this year, especially since it was the topic at our symposium in August! Last week Chris M. and Chris K. spent time discussing the idea of “forgotten battles” on the podcast and … Continue reading
Following up on the Sixth Annual Emerging Civil War Symposium at Stevenson Ridge, ECW’s Chief Historian, Chris Kolakowski, and Editor-in-Chief, Chris Mackowski, offer their perspectives on “Forgotten Battles” in the newest episode of the ECW Podcast.
This isn’t exactly a battlefield…but it’s a “forgotten” place with military significance and the site of a few skirmishes. Can you name the location? Here are a few clues:
Can you name this battlefield? Here are a few clues: Fought on May 9, 1864, in Pulaski County, Virginia. Union General George Crook with ~6,000 vs. Confederate General Albert G. Jenkins with ~2,800 The battle last one hour, but the … Continue reading
During this year’s Symposium, we announced the dates and topic for next year’s event, as well as our keynote speaker. We had more than forty people buy tickets on the spot! Now you have the chance to get your tickets, … Continue reading