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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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Opening the Mine Run Campaign at Germanna Ford and Creating a History of Our Own

Everything was brown: the barren trees, the fallen leaves, the river itself as it pushed between the high banks on either side. Even the crushed gravel of the path was somehow brown as it wound down the hillside from the … Continue reading

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ECW Weekender: Battlefields and History with the Comfort of Your Air Conditioning

Well, folks it’s that time of the year. Hot, humid, lots of bugs. But…a lot of ECW authors have been on the road this summer and we’ve got some great weekenders in the works once everyone gets back to their … Continue reading

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A Walk to the Site of Pelham’s Death

At the Symposium over the weekend, one of the attendees asked me how to get to the John Pelham marker at Kelly’s Ford. “Keep walking out the trail, and when you think you’ve gone too far, keep going,” I told … Continue reading

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The Trust’s 2019 Teacher Institute: The Last Days of the Confederacy in N.C.

ECW’s good friend Michael Hardy, one of the best regimental-level historians working in the business today, took to the stage in the late morning to talk about the last days of the Confederacy in North Carolina. Of course, the last … Continue reading

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Where Are They? (Gettysburg, Of Course)

Around ECW “Headquarters”, our managing editor has been asking the question “where is everyone?” Answer: Gettysburg. Of course! And we are delighted for those who made the trek or are working the summer months at this special battlefield. Want to … Continue reading

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A Recap of the Overland Campaign’s 155th

One hundred fifty-five years ago, Ulysses S. Grant sat on the doorstep of Richmond, trying to figure out his next step now that Robert E. Lee had stymied him once again. The Overland Campaign was about to shift into a … Continue reading

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A Word on Behalf of Myer’s Hill on the 155th Anniversary

Happy “Myer’s Hill Day!” Today, May 14, was the anniversary of action 155 years ago at Spotsylvania Court House on the southeast edge of the battlefield. The highest ground in the area, Myer’s Hill became the scene of back-and-forth fighting. … 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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