Tag Archives: Meg Groeling

Listen In! ECW’s Women Talk About The History

Last week all the ECW women were invited to a Zoom call to chat about research, ideas, and a variety of other topics related to historian/researcher experiences. As part of the meeting, they answered a few questions with the willingness … Continue reading

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Congratulations to Meg Groeling!

Editor’s note: Emerging Civil War refrains from reviewing books written by “one of our own,” but we definitely take pride in announcing their publication. So our Book Review Editor, Stephen Davis, has prepared this announcement of Meg Groeling’s new First … Continue reading

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Year in Review 2021: #4

You’re reading along with the Emerging Civil War Top Ten of 2021. We’re counting down the ten most-read posts written in 2021. I’m your host, trying to channel the “radio voice” of the late, great Kasey Kasem as we count … Continue reading

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The “Emerging Civil War Series” Series: The Aftermath of Battle

The Aftermath of The Aftermath of Battle I was not the original choice to write The Aftermath of Battle, but I am so pleased that I was the final choice. I am not sure of the exact events that led to my … Continue reading

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Book-o-Rama! ECW authors have been cranking out some great reading material lately

We have had a lot of book action going on here lately at ECW. It’s been hard to keep up with! I’m proud of all that great work our authors have been doing, so I’ve raided social media to snag … Continue reading

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“Remember Ellsworth!”

On May 24, 1861, realities of loss and war hit the Lincoln White House. Twenty-four year old Colonel Elmer Ellsworth became the first Union officer to die in the Civil War. The incident happened as Federal forces took possession of … Continue reading

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2021 Symposium Spotlight: Meg Groeling

We’re excited to re-introduce the speakers for ECW’s 2021 Symposium. We hope you’ll enjoy “meeting” the speakers again on the blog, and we’ll be spotlighting their topics more specifically later on. Yes, the event is currently on the calendar for … Continue reading

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ECW Podcast “Aftermath of Battle” Is Now Available

Meg Groeling makes her debut on the Emerging Civil War podcast, starting with her research that formed the base for her first book. “After the battle, what did they do with all the bodies?”—a common question from battlefield visitors, and … Continue reading

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Women’s History Month—Every Year!

It may have been 1965 or 66 . . . it was almost summer, and Joyce and I were looking for employment. We had a couple more years in high school and needed to keep our cars on the road, … Continue reading

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2018 Year in Review: #3

We already had one book review make the top-ten: James Epperson’s review of Ron Chernow’s Grant. But another book has gained a lot of traction this year within the Civil War community, and its ECW review comes in as the third-most-read … Continue reading

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