Volume XVI, Issue 6
The Battle of Brice's Cross Roads: Forrest Gets the "Bulge" on the Yankees and Keeps the "Skeer" on 'Em, by Edwin C. Bearss.
Where was Lee's Last Council of War? An Annotated Correction to the History of the surrender at Appomattox Court House, by William Marvel.
Driving Tour -The Battle of Brice's Cross Roads, by Dave Roth, with Ed Bearss, Edwina Carpenter, Cowan Hunter and Larry Hutcheson.
Battling the Elements: Weather and Terrain in the Conduct of War, by Harold A. Winters with General E. Galloway, Jr. Reviewed by Gordon L. Jones.
Six Armies in Tennessee: The Chickamauga and Chattanooga Campaigns, by Steven E. Woodworth. Reviewed by Zack C. Waters.
Giants In Their Tall Black Hats: Essays on the Iron Brigade, by Alan T. Nolan and Sharon Eggleston Vipond. Reviewed by Wiley Sword.
Hoosiers' Honor: The Iron Brigade's 19th Indiana Regiment, by William Thomas. Reviewed by Wiley Sword.
As If It Were Glory, by Robert Beecham. Reviewed by Noah Andre Trudeau.
Thank God My Regiment an African One: The Civil War Diary of Colonel Nathan W. Daniels, by C.P. Weaver. Reviewed by Noah Andre Trudeau.
Rescue by Rail: Troop Transfer and the Civil War in the West, 1863, by Roger Pickenpaugh. Reviewed by James G. Bogle.
Gangrene and Glory: Medical Care during the American Civil War, by Frank R. Freemon. Reviewed by Steve Davis.
Volume XVI, Issue 5
Gary Kross' Gettysburg Vignettes: Pickett's Charge!Including Supporting Actions on Culp's Hill
July 3rd Action at Culp's Hill, by Gary Kross
"Pickett's Charge", by Gary Kross
Back Roads -The Pickett House: Hidden History in Bellingham, WA, by Terrell E. Holmes.
Common Soldier -William J. Nolan, 66th Indiana Volunteers, by Alan T. Nolan.
Driving Tour -Pickett's Charge and Action at Culp's Hill, July 3, 1863, by Dave Roth, with Gary Kross.
The Confederate War, by Gary W. Gallagher. Reviewed by Nat C. Hughes, Jr.
The Battle of Resaca, by Phillip L. Secrist. Reviewed by Richard M. McMurry.
Civil War Medicine, 1861-1865, by C. Keith Wilbur, MD. Reviewed by Jack D. Welsh, MD.
"Written In Blood": A History of the 126th New York Infantry in the Civil War, by Wayne Mahood. Reviewed by Arthur W. Bergeron, Jr.
Confederate Soldier Artists: Painting the South's War, by Lauralee Trent Stevenson. Reviewed by Harold Holzer.
Volume XVI, Issue 4
VMI at the Battle of New Market and, Sigel's Defeat in the Shenandoah Valley, by Jerry Holsworth.
Introduction to New Market -An Orientation for Youth, by Lt. Col. Keith Gibson, Virginia Military Institute.
Virginia Military Institute 1864 Roster
The Patton Family at New Market, by Jerry W. Holsworth.
New Market Order of Battle & Numbers and Losses
Driving Tour -The Battle of New Market, by Dave Roth with Lt. Col. Keith Gibson, VMI.
A Guide to Civil War Sites in Maryland: Blue and Gray in a Border State, by Susan Cooke Soderburg. Reviewed by John Michael Priest.
James Longstreet: The Man, the Soldier, the Controversy, edited by R.L. DiNardo and Albert A. Nofi. Reviewed by Richard F. Selcer.
Volume XVI, Issue 3
The Battle of Secessionville Yankee Debacle at Charleston, South Carolina, by Patrick Brennan, author of Secessionville: Assault on Charleston.
She Remembered: The Dying Wish of General William Lytle, by Bryan Lane.
Fraternal Fight at Secessionville, The Story of Alexander and James Campbell, by Terry A. Johnston, Jr.
Driving Tour -The Battle of Secessionville, by Dave Roth with Patrick Brennan and Dana MacBean.
Killed at Secessionville! The bloody uniform of James Wiley Gibson, 1st So. Carolina Artillery.
Richard S. Ewell: A Soldier's Life, by Donald C. Pfanz. Reviewed by J. Tracy Power.
For Courageous Fighting and Confident Dying-Union Chaplains in the Civil War. Reviewed by Benedict R. Maryniak.
Theodore O'Hara: Poet-Soldier of the Old South, by Nathaniel Cheairs Hughes, Jr. Reviewed by Michael C.C. Adams.
Assault and Logistics: Union Army Coastal and River Operations 1861-1865, by Charles Dana and E. Kay Gibson. Reviewed by Stephen R. Wise.
Dictionary of Transports and Combatant Vessels Steam and Sail, Employed by the Union Army, 1861-1868, by Charles Dana and E. Kay Gibson. Reviewed by Stephen R. Wise.
With Ballot and Bayonet: The Political Socialization of American Civil War Soldiers, by Joseph Allan Frank. Reviewed by Anne J. Bailey.
Campaigning with "Old Stonewall": Confederate Captain Ujanirtus Allen's Letters to His Wife, edited by Randall Allen and Keith S. Bohannon. Reviewed by David Casciello.
Kennesaw Mountain June 1864: Bitter Standoff at the Gibraltar of Georgia, by Richard A. Baumgartner and Larry M. Strayer. Reviewed by Steve Davis.
Volume XVI, Issue 2
Artillery Hell! The Guns of Antietam, by Paul Chiles.
Special Artillery Supplement, by Paul Chiles.
Artillery Related Medals of Honor in the Maryland Campaign, by Paul Chiles.
Tables of Organization
Driving Tour -Artillery Hell at Antietam, by Dave Roth, with Paul Chiles.
A Meteor Shining Brightly: Essays on Maj. Gen. Patrick R. Cleburne, edited by Mauriel Phillips Joslyn. Reviewed by Edith Elizabeth Pollitz.
"My Sons Were Faithful and They Fought": The Irish Brigade at Antietam, An Anthology, edited by Joseph G. Bilby and Stephan D. O'Neill. Reviewed by Steven E. Woodworth.
Generals at Rest: The Grave Sites of the 425 Official Confederate Generals, by Richard Owen and James Owen. Reviewed by Steve Davis.
Volume XVI, Issue 1
Old Reliable's Finest Hour, The Battle of Averasboro, North Carolina, by Mark L. Bradley.
The Corn Exchange Regiment's Baptism of Fire, The Battle of Sheperdstown, Sept. 20, 1862, by Thomas McGrath.
John Bell Hood's "Addictions" In Civil War Literature, an opinion piece by Stephen Davis.
Buffington Island Preservation Update, guest editorial by George P. Wilson.
Back Roads -The Rosecrans House in Homer, Ohio, by E. Chris Evans.
Common Soldier -Pvt. Jack Hanks, 14th Kentucky Cavalry, by Scott E. Sallee.
Driving Tour -The Battle of Averasboro, by Dave Roth.