Tag Archives: Kristopher White

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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Blue & Gray Magazine Phase 2

ECW has some exciting news to share from Blue & Gray Magazine, including the publication of a new “history and tour guide” with a main feature by ECW co-founders Chris Mackowski and Kris White. Here’s the latest: Since 2017, Blue … Continue reading

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Simply Murder is an Amazon Kindle Deal

If you are looking for a great holiday gift, “Simply Murder: The Battle of Fredericksburg” is now only $1.99 in the Amazon Kindle Store. This limited time offer is a great way to get acquainted with the outstanding Emerging Civil War … Continue reading

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ECW panel at St. Bonaventure University looks back at the 150th and the war

Some of ECW’s historians traveled to western New York last weekend for a Civil War event at St. Bonaventure University. Descendants of the 154th New York Infantry gathered on campus for their 30th annual reunion. The day also marked the official … Continue reading

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“Telling History” vs “Making Art”: Richard Ewell on July 1

My favorite scene in the movie Gettysburg comes when a fiery Isaac Trimble, taught as an over-coiled spring, appears before Robert E. Lee to recount the events of July 1. Frustrated by Richard Ewell’s inaction in front of Cemetery Hill … Continue reading

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Emory Upton in Upstate New York

Batavia, New York, sits midway between Buffalo and Rochester along the busy New York State Thruway. Western New Yorkers know it best for its racetrack, Batavia Downs, a half-mile track that features live harness racing July through December. But I … Continue reading

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Sacred Trust Live Stream

For those of you who can’t make it to Gettysburg for the Sacred Trust Talks and Book Signings this weekend (at the Gettysburg National Military Park Visitor Center), the trust has a live, interactive stream, to watch all of the … Continue reading

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A Walk Across Spindle Field/Laurel Hill

At 7:45 a.m., the running battle between Robinson’s division and retreating Confederate cavalry came to an abrupt end along a ridge on the southern edge of Sarah Spindle’s farm. Robinson’s exhausted men, jumbled and confused by the running engagement, once … Continue reading

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The Riddick House at Stevenson Ridge

The Riddick House at Stevenson Ridge will play host to our First Annual Emerging Civil War Symposium at Stevenson Ridge. Please join us August 15-17, 2014 for this all inclusive event. The symposium will focus on “The War in 1864.” … Continue reading

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ECW Symposium Speaker Lineup and Topics

We are excited to announce our speaker lineup and topics for the 1st Annual Emerging Civil War Symposium, August 15-17. The symposium will focus on “The War in 1864.” Lecturers and Tour Guides: Daniel T. Davis—”More Desperate Fighting Has Not … Continue reading

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