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Monday, July 26: Question of the Week highlighted historic maps. Sarah Kay Bierle posted about General Griffin’s forward scouting at Chancellorsville. Patrick Young from The Reconstruction Era Blog shared about USCT’s service after the war ended.
Three new books on the ECW shelves this week and lots of history connected to the Battle of Bull Run/Manassas… Sunday, July 18: In the evening, a new podcast episode released: The Civil War Summer of ’63 Monday, July 19: … Continue reading
It’s time for Week in Review… Monday, July 12: Question of the Week asked about summer reading… Bert Dunkerly reviewed The Civil War Memoir of a Boy from Baltimore.
Sunday, July 4: In the evening, Derek Maxfield posted Sherman’s huzzah and response to the Vicksburg surrender. Monday, July 5: Question of the Week pondered what we would ask Lincoln if we could chat with him? Guest author Francesca Costa … Continue reading
Sunday, June 27: In the evening, Edward Alexander posted about the 10th New York fighting at Gaines Mill and Cold Harbor. Monday, June 28: Question of the Week highlighted decisive moments in the Gettysburg Campaign. Chris Heisey shared a photograph … Continue reading
We hope you’ve had a good summer week. It’s been busy as usual on the blog with lots of historical writing and thoughts… Sunday, June 20: In the evening, Sarah Kay Bierle posted excerpts from Henry L. Abbott’s letters to … Continue reading
Another full week of historical content! Recruiting regiments, Overland Campaign, Battles of Petersburg, battlefield tours, Juneteenth, and more… Sunday, June 13: In the evening, Nathan Provost posted Part IV of his Comprehensive View of the Overland Campaign. Monday, June 14: … Continue reading
Here’s a look back at our busy week!
Monday, May 31: Question of the Week focused on recruiting regiments. Recruiting The Regiment: Jon Tracey wrote about the 130th Pennsylvania Infantry from York County. Patrick Young from Echoes of the Reconstruction Blog rounded up some of his recent favorite … Continue reading