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We hope you’ve had a wonderful week of thanksgiving and hopefully a long holiday weekend! It’s been a full week on the blog with several battle anniversaries featured, biographical articles, insight for Civil War Thanksgivings, and more.
This week we featured Native American history connected to the Civil War as part of November’s Native American Heritage Month. We hope you enjoy these lesser-known accounts of military service.
One of the main features on the blog this week was Chris Mackowki’s interview with John Coski. You’ll also find information about a Medal of Honor recipient, a review of a new movie, saving history news, weekender ideas, and more…
It’s been a week of news for the Civil War community with a retirement of a long-time preservation leader and the memorial remembrances for a well-known historian. ECW has covered both events, and you’ll also find a nice variety of … Continue reading
Meg Groeling deserves a nice round of applause. Her research articles on Abraham and his Civil War adventures finally posted and took us through the week! You’ll also find updates from CSPAN, a Civil War War in the Pacific Northwest … Continue reading
It’s the final week of the John Brown Series, and you’ll also find a new podcast, a post about the Battle of Glendale, and more…
This week has been almost all about John Brown’s Raid on Harpers Ferry for the 160th Anniversary with lots of posts and lots of perspective. You’ll also find posts on Fort Harrison, the Battle of Cedar Creek, and more…
This week we’re continuing the focused discussion and different perspectives for the blog series “Do We Still Care About The Civil War?” And there’s also some other highlights about photo sleuthing and Civil War history hiding in the Pacific Northwest…
We’re adding voices to answer the question “do we still care about the Civil War?” and you’ll find members and guest authors discussing that topic this week and into the coming week. There’s also “heroic poetry”, a discussion of politics … Continue reading
Welcome back for the grand review of the content calendar this last week! You’ll find some relevant and timely articles, along with several accounts of lesser-known officers and soldiers, a book review, and suggested museum for weekend (or week-day) touring.