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Continuing with the series On The Eve Of War, exploring Fort Sumter, the release of a new book, and much more on the blog this week… Monday, April 12: Question of the Week talked about visiting Charleston, South Carolina. On … Continue reading
Battle of Shiloh anniversary, taking a closer look at different places “on the eve of war,” new (free podcast), and more to explore from this last week on the ECW blog… Monday, April 5: Question of the Week spotlighting conflicts … Continue reading
This week we launched a new blog series—”This Location: On The Eve Of War”—and you’ll also find a book review, articles from guest authors, April Fools, and more… Monday, March 29: Question of the Week focused on resupplying efforts for … Continue reading
Interviews for Women’s History Month, an account from Wilson’s Creek, Zouaves at Antietam, a live cannonball, and more… Monday, March 22: Question of the Week highlighted Civil War era politicians. Sarah Kay Bierle posted some accounts about generals and gardening. … Continue reading
Gettysburg, Reconstruction, Sheridan, Jane Corbin, Patrick Cleburne, and more… Lots of new topics and posts on the ECW blog this week! Monday, March 15: Question of the Week highlighted Civil War photographs. Doug Crenshaw reviewed Kill Jeff Davis: The Union … Continue reading
From the battle of the ironclads to book reviews, podcasts, The Wilderness, bus tours, new museums, and more…there’s a wide variety of articles from the ECW blog this week! Monday, March 8: Question of the Week…went animated? Guest author Nathan … Continue reading
Chamberlain, George Washington, Lee, book reviews, forts, preserving earthworks, and more… Monday, March 1: Question of the Week looked at the worst battleground of the Civil War. Steve Davis reviewed the book Writing War & Reunion.
On the last day of February, here’s the last week’s blog features… Monday, February 22: Question of the Week focused on high ground during the Civil War. Guest author Bryan Cheeseboro shared a comparison of Grant and Lee in memory.
Fort Donelson shares the topic spotlight with Black History, leadership studies, Mardi Gras, and more! Here’s the week in review in case you missed a few posts or want to re-read… Sunday, February 14: In the evening, guest author Mark … Continue reading
From historical impeachment trials, memory, new book announcements, and medical history to a historical Valentine, there was a lot to explore on the blog this week… Sunday, February 7: In the evening, there was an update from Brian Swartz’s Maine … Continue reading