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“I remember all the accounts there given of the battle fields and struggles for the liberties of the country, and none fixed themselves upon my imagination so deeply as the struggle here at Trenton, New Jersey. The crossing of the … Continue reading
ECW’s virtual symposium continues on C-SPAN 3 this weekend. Dan Welch’s talk on George Sears Greene, “‘Where all so well did their duty’: George Sears Greene’s Brigade at Gettysburg,” debuts this Saturday night on C-SPAN 3 at 6 p.m. ET … Continue reading
Mark Maloy’s talk on Fort Sumter from the ECW virtual symposium will air on C-SPAN 3’s “American History TV” this weekend. Check out “The First Shots of the Civil War,” which recounts the tale of Charleston and Fort Sumter in … Continue reading
Today, we’re pleased to share Mark Maloy’s talk from the 2020 ECW Virtual Symposium. Mark, who once worked at Fort Sumter in Charleston, spoke on “The First Shots of the Civil War.” “I really enjoy the story of the first … Continue reading
Revolutionary War Wednesday and Emerging Revolutionary War is pleased to welcome guest historian Mark Maloy this week. African-Americans fought for the Americans during the Revolutionary War, right? Many of us remember learning about Crispus Attucks dying during the Boston Massacre … Continue reading