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The ECW Series Gets Naval: Prepare for the clash of the ironclads!

The clash of the Monitor vs. the Merrimack—the alliterative “M’s” made for a catchy hook for many of us as kids!—is one of the best-known stories of the Civil War: two iron sea beasts trading explosive blows, battling to a … Continue reading

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What If?—Coming Soon!

Who among us has not, in the course of his or her Civil War adventures, wondered, “What if…?” It’s a favorite angle of conversation among armchair generals: grab a beer, light up a cigar, and refight the war! I’ve spent … Continue reading

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Why I Collect Civil War Books

Like many of you, many of us at ECW are avid collectors of Civil War books. We’re pleased to share a guest post by Mark Wade that speaks to that passion so many of us share. Marks’s post also appeared … Continue reading

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The Emerging Civil War 10th Anniversary Series: The Summer of ’63: Vicksburg and Tullahoma

The second hardcover in our Emerging Civil War 10th Anniversary Series, published by Savas Beatie, is schedule for release in mid-July, just in time for our Seventh Annual Emerging Civil War Symposium at Stevenson Ridge: The Summer of ’63: Vicksburg … Continue reading

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Coming Soon: The Emerging Civil War 10th Anniversary Series

Emerging Civil War turns ten years old this summer, and as you might imagine, we’re pretty excited. As we’re fond of saying around here, “Not too bad for three idiots sitting on a porch.” (Don’t know the ECW original story? … Continue reading

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New Book in the Emerging Civil War Series Now Available: Embattled Capital: A Guide to Richmond in the Civil War

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Book Review: “Tullahoma: The Forgotten Campaign that Changed the Course of the Civil War, June 23—July 4, 1863”

When one thinks about June-July 1863, inevitably Gettysburg and Vicksburg come to mind. Between the bloodiest battle of the war and Federal forces gaining control of the Mississippi River, that is understandable. But in the shadows of those two giant … Continue reading

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BookChat with Sam Hood, author of Patriots Twice

I was pleased to spend some time recently with a new book by Stephen “Sam” Hood, Patriots Twice: Former Confederates and the Building of America after the Civil War, a new release from Savas Beatie (click here for details). CM: … Continue reading

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ECWS: Support Independent Publishing

As many readers know, it’s been a quiet year for the Emerging Civil War book series. We previewed a pair of upcoming titles yesterday, but for now, they join a pretty good list of titles that are currently backed up … Continue reading

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Book Review: “Meade and Lee at Bristoe Station”

Here’s an understatement: there have been a lot of books written about the American Civil War. Hundreds of them about Gettysburg; thousands about Lincoln; biographies, campaign monographs, and studies about the home front. You name it, there’s probably a plethora … Continue reading

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