Tag Archives: Meg Groeling

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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Last Call – Registration Closing For Southern California Civil War Conference

On May 30, 2018, registration closes for Gazette665’s Civil War History Conference. If you’re thinking about attending this annual event, this is last call on the tickets. Need some event details? The fast facts are below, and you can see … Continue reading

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“On Christmas Day” – An ECW Tradition

Merry Christmas! It’s a tradition at Emerging Civil War to read Henry Wadsworth Longfellow’s poem “I Heard The Bells On Christmas Day” and Meg Groeling’s memorable article, sharing the Civil War history surrounding this holiday classic. As you enjoy your … Continue reading

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Gazette665’s 2017 Conference Report

It’s been just over ten days since the Civil War history conference hosted by Gazette665 on Saturday, June 3, 2017. (Unbelievable how quickly time flies!) Since the event had a few promotional articles and mentions via Emerging Civil War’s blog, social … Continue reading

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WHM Profile: Meg Groeling

Do you subscribe to ECW’s newsletter? You should! It’s filled with lots of great tidbits behind the scenes and on the road, plus we feature a profile each month of one of our ECW contributors. If you don’t subscribe, you … Continue reading

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Gazette665’s Second Annual Civil War Conference In Southern California

Are you on the west coast of the United States and looking for a Civil War history event? The 2nd Annual Civil War History Conference hosted by Gazette665 in Temecula, CA, brings historians and researchers together to commemorate events from 1862. … Continue reading

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The Year in Review 2016: #5

Pop Culture has always served as a useful and important way for the public to engage with Civil War history. The fall 2015-16 television season saw another high-profile example when PBS broadcast the Civil War hospital drama Mercy Street. Guest … Continue reading

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An ECW Tradition: I Heard the Bells . . .

One of our perennially most popular posts has been a holiday offer from Meg Thompson Groeling from 2011. In the years since, her exploration of “I Heard the Bells on Christmas Day” has drawn thousands of views. In 2015, she revisited the … Continue reading

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Savas Beatie Interviews Meg Groeling

ECW’s own Meg Groeling recently sat down with the folks at Savas Beatie to talk about her Emerging Civil War Series title The Aftermath of Battle: The Burial of the Civil War Dead. While most of the books in the series focus … Continue reading

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