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Book Review: Cedar Mountain to Antietam, A Civil War Campaign History of the Union XII Corps, July – September 1862

  If one is familiar with a Savas Beatie publication, the reader understands a few prerequisites. The book will be well-researched and include historical analysis that enhances and expands ones knowledge base into another aspect of America’s military past. Author … Continue reading

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“A Piece of Bone,” Bishop Polk, and the National Tribune

Editor’s note: Stephen Davis’ forthcoming book, The National Tribune Remembers the Atlanta Campaign, will be published next year by Savas Beatie. The National Tribune, a weekly newspaper published in Washington from 1877 to 1943, was arguably the most comprehensive repository … Continue reading

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Great “What Ifs” of the American Civil War Now Available

The latest ECW book is available, The Great “What Ifs” of the American Civil War, co-edited by Chris Mackowski and Brian Matthew Jordan and published by Savas Beatie (click here for more info). Chris had his first box of books … Continue reading

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The “Emerging Civil War Series” Series: And Now a Word from Our Publisher

The Emerging Civil War Series: The Epitome of Vision and Teamwork by Theodore P. Savas Director, Savas Beatie I need to come clean. I did indeed tell Kris White I was “all in” when he and Chris Mackowski first proposed … 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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The “Emerging Civil War Series” Series: The Last Days of Stonewall Jackson

There’s an old saying about how the last shall be first. That’s kind of the story of how the Emerging Civil War Series (ECWS) got started. The Last Days of Stonewall Jackson wasn’t the first book in the ECWS, but … Continue reading

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The “Emerging Civil War Series” Series: Simply Murder

We had an “in,” so that was good. Ted Savas had already agreed to publish our full-length book Chancellorsville’s Forgotten Front: The Battles of Second Fredericksburg and Salem Church, so we had a connection. Kris White picked up the phone … Continue reading

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Stonewall Jackson at Gettysburg on YouTube

We have a special treat for Stonewall Jackson fans next week. Back in August at the Savas Beatie author get-together in Gettysburg, ECW’s Chris Mackowski popped in to offer a talk about “Stonewall Jackson at Gettysburg.” ECW’s friend Cory Lesmeister … Continue reading

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Good Words from a Johnny

I’m working on a book for Savas Beatie tentatively titled “The National Tribune Remembers the Atlanta Campaign.” In the National Tribune of Jan. 27, 1898, I came came across this sad tale of a Union veteran. The “Good Words from … Continue reading

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ECW Honors Keeney with Stevenson Award

Emerging Civil War has selected Sarah Keeney of Savas Beatie, LLC, as the recipient of this year’s Brig. Gen. Thomas Greely Stevenson Award. The Stevenson Award is presented to an individual or organization in recognition of outstanding service to ECW. … Continue reading

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