Tag Archives: New York Times

“A Central Figure of Transcendingly Absorbing Interest”: The Wilkesons at Gettysburg

ECW welcomes guest author Evan Portman On July 1st, 1863,  nineteen-year-old Bayard Wilkeson and his men of Battery G, 4th U.S. Artillery arrived in Gettysburg after a twelve-mile march from Emmitsburg, Maryland. The descendent of a prominent New York family, … Continue reading

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Resolved: The New York Fire Department

Today is September 11. It’s been 19 years since 343 firemen lost their lives during the collapse of the World Trade Center Towers in New York City. They rush forwarded into deadly danger to save lives. There wasn’t time to … Continue reading

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WHM Profile: Hannah Gordon

Hannah Gordon isn’t a name most Emerging Civil War readers are familiar with, but over the past year, she’s become integral to our behind-the-scenes operations with the Emerging Civil War Series and the upcoming Emerging Revolutionary War Series. In this … Continue reading

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