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Tag Archives: Year in Review 2019
It’s been quite a year for the ECW Podcast! Two episodes released every month via Patreon and available to subscribers on that platform. And notes and additional resources from each episode posted on the blog. Check out the archive here. … Continue reading
This year the ECW Symposium hosted at Stevenson Ridge drew a large crowd of history enthusiasts. We explored the theme “Forgotten Battles” which prompted excellent presentations and discussions, capstoned by a tour at North Anna.
It’s Year in Review time…so let’s look back: What is your favorite…? A. History moment of 2019 B. History book of 2019 C. ECW post (or series) of 2019
This year we continued and expanded some traditional blog monthly features at Emerging Civil War. February offered a special series for Black History Month. March followed with highlights for Women’s History Month. Then, November brought some new history accounts with … Continue reading
The ECW blog has a few weekly features, posting slots, columns (TBH we’re not exactly sure what we call them!) that add some stability and anticipation each week.
October marked the 160th anniversary since John Brown’s Raid on Harper’s Ferry. For the occasion, the ECW team put together a fine collection of articles about the incident, the road into the Civil War, abolition cause, and John Brown to … Continue reading
We’re looking back at some of the blog highlights from 2019! In January, a series focused on Primary Sources kicked off the year with a variety of perspectives and accounts.