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Exploring Knoxville’s Civil War History

Did you catch ECW’s YouTube videos at Knoxville, Tennessee? We’re always creating a variety of content, and here’s a “film feature” on the blog with Chris Mackowski and Jim Doncaster from the Knoxville Civil War Round Table.

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ECW Weekender: Watching History

It’s pretty cold out there. And that might be an understatement for the freezing, subzero polar conditions some states are experiencing. If you’re feeling like staying close to home this weekend, maybe you’d like to watch some history from the … Continue reading

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Railroads: A Few Extra Videos

Since Chris Mackowski’s On Location video at Tunnel Hill was quite popular this week, we thought you might enjoy some more short videos about railroads or railroad cuts. Take a journey through the history facts or battlefields with these clips … Continue reading

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Catch ECW on the Tube—that electronic internety YouTube, that is!

Emerging Civil War is now on YouTube! You can visit our channel here. We’re starting easy by uploading our OnLocation videos. But as we build the channel, look for links to other ECW features, too. Take a look, get caught … Continue reading

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On Location: The Hunley Center

No Civil War trip to Charleston, South Carolina, is complete without a trip to see one of the most famous—and mysterious—stories of the entire war. It also represents one of the greatest conservation stories related to the war, as well. … Continue reading

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The Civil War “In4”

The Civil War Trust is taking on a new unofficial role, “modern teacher,” with their In4 video series—putting a strong focus on explanatory videos rather than paper maps, textbooks and lectures. Discussing the war’s leaders, technology, and warfare—among other subjects—the … Continue reading

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