Volume X, Issue 6
The Northwestern Virginia Campaign of 1861
McClellan's Rising Star-Lee's Dismal Debut, by Martin K. Fleming.
The Andersonville Artist: The A.J. Riddle Photographs of August 1864, by William Marvel.
The True Story of Taps, by Joseph L. Whitney and Stephen W. Sears.
Colonel Heg Memorial Park, by Nels J. Monson.
Preserving Beverly and the Rich Mountain Battlefield Including Information on Touring 1861 Campaign Sites, by Phyllis Baxter of the Rich Mountain Battlefield Foundation.
Pea Ridge: Civil War Campaign in the West, by William L. Shea and Earl J. Hess. Reviewed by Leo E. Huff.
This Terrible Sound: The Battle of Chickamauga, by Peter Cozzens. Reviewed by Steven E. Woodworth.
To the Gates of Richmond: The Peninsula Campaign, by Stephen Sears. Reviewed by Judith L. Anthis.
Yankee Tigers: Through the Civil War With the 125th Ohio, by Ralsa C. Rice. Reviewed by Albert Castel.
The Confederacy's Fighting Chaplain-Father John B. Bannon, by Phillip Thomas Tucker. Reviewed by Benedict R. Maryniak.
Frontier Defense in the Civil War: Texas' Rangers and Rebels, by David P. Smith. Reviewed by William L. Shea.
Hard Marching Every Day: The Civil War Letters of Private Wilbur Fisk, 1861-1865 [2nd Vermont Infantry], edited by Emil and Ruth Rosenblatt. Reviewed by Theodore P. Savas.
The Civil War Diaries of Col. Theodore B. Gates, 20th New York Militia, edited by Seward R. Osborne. Reviewed by Theodore P. Savas.
Volume X, Issue 5
Grierson's Raid, April 17-May 2, 1863
A Cavalry Raid at Its Best, by Dave Roth.
Driving Tour -Following Grierson Today
The Sword and the Cross of Giles B. Cooke A Christian Soldier with Lee and Jackson, by Royce Shingleton.Audio/Video Reviews -The Horse Soldiers, by Greg Biggs.
The Custer Reader, edited by Paul Andrew Hutton. Reviewed by Neil C. Mangum.
A Civil War Treasury, by Albert A. Nofi. Reviewed by Rod Gragg.
Gettysburg -A Battlefield Atlas, by Craig L. Symonds. Reviewed by William A. Young.
Advance the Colors!: Pennsylvania Civil War Battle Flags, Vol. II, by Richard A. Sauers. Reviewed by Paul Ellingson.
Still More Confederate Faces, by D.A. Serrano. Reviewed by Jai S. Cochran.
Volume X, Issue 4
Strike Them A Blow: Lee and Grant At the North Anna River, by J. Michael Miller.
Preservation Message North Anna River: The Past Reclaimed, by John F. Cummings, III, President, National Heritage Preservation Association
The Track Is Clear to Shohola: Disaster On the Road to Elmira, by Diana S. Berger.
The Battle of Britton's Lane: The Climax of Armstrong's Raid, by Capt. James D. Brewer.
With Fire and Sword, by S.H.M. Byers. Reviewed by Wiley Sword.
The Sultana Tragedy: America's Greatest Maritime Disaster, by Jerry O. Potter. Reviewed by William Marvel.
Hard Dying Men: The Story of General W.H.L. Wallace, General T.E.G. Ransom, and Their "Old Eleventh" Illinois Infantry in the American Civil War (1861-1865), by Jim Huffstodt. Reviewed by B. Franklin Cooling.
Footprints of a Regiment: A Recollection of the 1st Georgia Regulars, by W.H. Andrews. Edited by Richard M. McMurry. Reviewed by Robert E.L. Krick.
In Deadly Earnest: History of the First Missouri Brigade, C.S.A., by Phil Gottschalk, foreward by Edwin C. Bearss. Reviewed by Jerry Russell.
Decision in the West: The Atlanta Campaign of 1864, by Albert Castel. Reviewed by Larry J. Daniel.
Volume X, Issue 3
The Campaign and Battle of Mill Springs, by Roger Tate.
The Cavalry Clash at Quebec Schoolhouse: Cobb's Legion, CSA, and Medill's Union Horseman Fight In the Shadow of South Mountain, Maryland, September 13, 1862, by Timothy J. Reese.
Back Roads -A Visit With Uncle Remus: Joel Chandler Harris Museum, Eatonton, Georgia, by James Stanley.
Controversy -Reflections On Gettysburg: Or, Rethinking the Big One, by Terry Shulman.
Preservation -Conditional Surrender: The Death of U.S. Grant, and the Cottage on Mount McGregor, by Leonard Poggiali.
Richard Taylor: Soldier Prince of Dixie, by T. Michael Parrish. Reviewed by Richard McMurry.
Indiana Quakers Confront the Civil War, by Jacquelyn S. Nelson. Reviewed by Benedict R. Maryniak.
With Porter In North Missouri, by Joseph A. Mudd. Reviewed by Donald J. Stanton.
Black Troops, White Commanders, and Freedmen During The Civil War, by Howard C. Westwood. Reviewed by Richard Rollins.
In The Hands of Providence: Joshua L. Chamberlain and the American Civil War, by Alice Rains Trulock. Reviewed by Eric J. Wittenburg.
A Battle From The Start: The Life of Nathan Bedford Forrest, by Brian Steel Willis. Reviewed by James J. Cooke.
A Frontier State at War: Kansas, 1861-1865, by Albert Castel. Reviewed by Thomas Goodrich.
Volume X, Issue 2
Monocracy: The Battle That Saved Washington, by Benjamin Franklin Cooling.
My Friend, the Enemy: The Tale of An Illinois Lieutenant, Wade Hampton's Chaplain, and the Burning of Columbia, by Lydia Colee Filzen.
Audio/Video Reviews, by Greg Biggs.
Three Roads to Andersonville, by William Marvel.
Lincoln's Gratitude Regained, by W. Emerson Reck.
Battle of Monocacy Preservation Message, by John M. Gibson, Jr., President, The Friends of Monocracy Battlefield.
Ted Barclay, Liberty Hall Volunteers: Letters from the Stonewall Brigade, edited by Charles W. Turner. Reviewed by James I. Robertson, Jr.
Jefferson Davis: The Man and His Hour, by William C. Davis. Reviewed by Judith Lee Hallock.
History of the Pennsylvania Reserve Corps: A Complete Record of the Organization; and of it's Different Companies, Regiments, and Brigades...by J.R. Sypher. Reviewed by Steven J. Wright.
Weep Not For Me, Dear Mother, edited by Elizabeth Whitley Roberson. Reviewed by Garold L. Cole.
Sherman: Merchant of Terror, Advocate of Peace, by Charles Edmund Vetter. Reviewed by Steve Davis.
Volume X, Issue 1
The Deception of Braxton Bragg: The Tullahoma Campaign, June 23-July 4, 1863, by William B. Feis.
Anniversary Message to Blue & Gray readers
A Camp Talk Extra -Hollywood Focuses On the Civil War, by Dave Roth.
The Steadiest Body of Men I Ever Saw: John T. Wilder and the Lightning Brigade, by Roy Morris, Jr.
Jeb Stuart and His Reluctant Cavalryman: Gunner Tom Rosser Is Forced to "Jine the Cavalry", by Gustav S. Faeder.
The Art of Rea Redifer: Interpretations of Lincoln, by Gabor S. Boritt.
From Desert to Bayou: The Civil War Journal and Sketches of Morgan Wolfe Merrick, edited by Jerry Thompson. Nat C. Hughes, Jr.
No Turning Back, The Beginning of the End of the Civil War: March-June 1864, by Don Lowry. Reviewed by Richard A. Sauers.
Confederate Mobile, by Arthur W. Bergeron, Jr. Reviewed by Florence Fleming Corley.
States Rights Fist: A South Carolina General of the Civil War, by Walter Brian Cisco. Reviewed by Christopher Losson.
Why the Confederacy Lost, edited by Gabor S. Boritt. Reviewed by Steve Davis.