Tag Archives: Podcast

ECW Podcast: Greg Mertz Looks Back – Shiloh, Gettysburg, Fredericksburg-Spotsylvania National Military Parks

Historian Greg Mertz talks Shiloh, Gettysburg, Fredericksburg-Spotsylvania, and more as he looks back, on the eve of his retirement, on more than three and a half decades with the National Park Service. Greg is the author of the ECWS book … Continue reading

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ECW Podcast: A Thousand May Fall

Brian Matthew Jordan looks at a regiment both typical and unique to explore life, death, and survival in the Union Army—the 107th Ohio—in his new book, A Thousand May Fall. Listen to the free podcast interview through this link on … Continue reading

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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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Andrew Johnson’s Impeachment (Now Available As A Free Podcast Episode)

We’re revisiting the historic topic of impeachment in U.S. History and making this podcast free for the first time! In November 2019, historian Emma Murphy from the Andrew Johnson National Historic Site discussed the first presidential impeachment trial with Chris … Continue reading

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Free ECW Podcast: Richmond – The Embattled Capital

Visit the Confederacy’s “Embattled Capital” with authors Bert Dunkerly and Doug Crenshaw as they talk about their new guidebook to Richmond in the Civil War. Listen for free here on ECW Patreon!  

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Free ECW Podcast: Johnston & Johnston in the Western Theater

Albert Sidney Johnston and Joseph E. Johnston were both sent to command the Confederacy’s western theatre. ECW historians Greg Mertz, Angela Riotto, and Kris White join host Chris Mackowski to talk about the very different circumstances the Johnstons faced. Listen … Continue reading

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What We’ve Learned: A Podcast Conversation

In a chat recorded in December 2020, Chris Mackowski, Cecily Nelson Zander, Kevin Pawlak, and Sarah Kay Bierle discussed reflections on the last ten year in personal exploration of history and changes in the history field. From the beginning of … Continue reading

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3 Free Podcast with all the latest about Civil War Preservation

Not one, not two…but THREE podcast are ready for listening! Chris Mackowski chats with leaders in the preservation field, learning about new museum exhibits and exciting battlefield-saving opportunities.

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FREE ECW Podcast: Gettysburg, Civil War Gifts, and More!

I never really get to start thinking about Christmas until my fall semester wraps up. And so it is again, finally, with grading nearly done, that I’ve come to the mid-December realization that, Holy crud, I need to get some … Continue reading

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FREE ECW Podcast: Impulse of Victory

Dave Powell talks about Ulysses S. Grant’s “impulse of victory” at Chattanooga—Dave’s newest book, now available from Southern Illinois University Press. Check out all the details in the newly released, free ECW Podcast episode. Listen—Impulse of Victory Dave’s book, The … Continue reading

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