Volume XXIII, Issue 6
The Chickamauga Campaign
McLemore’s Cove: Rosecrans’ Gamble, Bragg’s Lost Opportunity by William Glenn Robertson
Wiley Sword’s War Letters Series-—Medal of Honor Recipient Capt. Hazard Stevens Describes the Confederate Assault at Cedar Creek, Va., Where the Union Line Broke Away “Like the Falling of A Row of Bricks”
On The Back Roads—The Search for Elizabeth Wirz by Peggy Sheppard
The Co.C, 47th Pennsylvania Veteran Volunteers Monument by John E. Deppen
Driving Tour—McLemore’s Cove: Rosecrans’ Gamble, Bragg’s Lost Opportunity by Dave Roth, with Jim Ogden, Historian, Chickamauga and Chattanooga NMP
Sherman’s Mississippi Campaign, by Buck T. Foster. Reviewed by David Powell.
While in the Hands of the Enemy: Military Prisons of the Civil War, by Charles W. Sanders. Reviewed by Richard M. McMurry.
“Cannoneers, To Your Posts!”: James H. Cooper’s Battery B, First Pennsylvania Light Artillery at Gettysburg, by Frank J. Piatek. Reviewed by Andy Waskie.
Fields of Honor: Pivotal Battles of the Civil War, by Edwin C. Bearss. Reviewed by Michael Cavanaugh.
The Civil War in Arizona: The Story of the California Volunteers, 1861-1865, by Andrew Masich. Reviewed by James R. Jewell.
Volume XXIII, Issue 5
Action in the Petersburg Campaign
The Battle of Weldon Railroad, by Chris Calkins.
Hancock the (Not So) Superb, by Bruce M. Venter.
ON THE BACK ROADS: The Grave of General Charkles C. Harker by Ben Carlton
WILEY SWORD'S WAR LETTERS SERIES: Prelude to Pat Cleburne's Slaves-As-Soldiers Proposal: General Hardee's "Memeroial" Sets the Stage for Increasing the Southern Army's Manpower With Blacks As Noncombatants
DRIVING TOUR: Weldon Railroad Actions: Globe Tavern and Reams' Station by Dave Roth, with Chris Calkins and Bruce Venter
The Fighting McCooks: America’s Famous Fighting Family, by Charles and Barbara Whalen. Reviewed by David Powell.
A Civil War Soldier of Christ and Country: The Selected Correspondence of John Rodgers Meigs, 1859-64, edited by Mary A. Giunta. Reviewed by Jeffry D. Wert.
Figting for Liberty and Right: The Civil War Diary of William Bluffton Miller, Company K, Seventy-fifth Indiana Volunteer Infantry, edited by Jeffery L. Patrick and Robert J. Willey. Reviewed by Richard M. McMurry.
Emma Spaulding Bryant: Letters and Diaries, 1860-1900, edited with narrative by Ruth Douglas Currie. Reviewed by Jane DuPree Richardson.
From Conquest to Conciliation: The Sack of Athens and the Court-Martial of Colonel John B. Turchin, by George C. Bradley. Reviewed by Rick Sauers.
The Business of Civil War: Military Mobilization and the State, 1861-1865, by Mark R. Wilson. Reviewed by Rick Sauers.
Sauers’ Book Notes:
The Officers of the CSS Shenandoah, by Angus Curry.
The American Civil War: A Hands-On History, by Christopher J. Olsen.
America’s Fortress: A History of Fort Jefferson, Dry Tortugas, Florida, by Thomas Reid.
Volume XXIII, Issue 4
The Chickamauga Campaign
The Fall of Chattanooga, by William Glenn Robertson
WILEY SWORD'S WAR LETTERS SERIES: Lt. Col. Judson Kilpatrick Complains to President Lincoln of the Harsh Injustice of Col. Lafayette C. Baker, Who Threw "Kill-Cavalry" Into Prison
DRIVING TOUR: The Fall of Chattanooga by Dave Roth with Jim Ogden
The Battle of Monroe’s Crossroads and the Civil War’s Final Campaign, by Eric J. Wittenberg.
Harvard’s Civil War: A History of the Twentieth Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry, by Richard F. Miller.
The Devil’s Own Work: The Civil War Draft Riots and the Fight to Reconstruct America, by Barnet Schecter.
Incidents of the War: The Civil War Journal of Mary Jane Chadick, edited and annotated by Nancy M. Rohr.
Volume XXIII, Issue 3
The Shenandoah Valley July 1864
Grant and Lincoln Realize the Need for A New Commander in the Valley, by Scott C. Patchan
The Death and Burial of James A. Mulligan, by Scott C. Patchan
WILEY SWORD"S WAR LETTERS SERIES: An Amazed Staff Officer Describes Nathan Bedford Forrest's "Horse Marines" In Action During the Johnsonville Raid
DRIVING TOUR: The Shenandoah Valley, July 1864, by Dave Roth and Scott Patchan
Minnesota in the Civil War: An Illustrated History, by Kenneth Carley. Reviewed by Steve Wright.
To Rescue My Native Land: The Civil War Letters of William T. Shepherd, First Illustrated Light Artillery, edited by Kurt H. Hackemer. Reviewed by Richard M. McMurry.
“Whip The Rebellion” Ulysses S. Grant’s Rise to Command, by George Walsh. Reviewed by John Deppen.
Sauers' Book Notes
Jeff Shaara’s Civil War Battlefields: Discovering America’s Hallowed Ground.
The Battle of Hampton Roads: New Perspectives on the USS Monitor and CSS Virginia, edited by Harold Holzer and Tim Mulligan.
Clarkson’s Battalion C.S.A.,: A Brief History and Roster, by David L. Haimerl.
In Search of Confederate Ancestors: The Guide, by J.H. Segars.
Struggle for a Vast Future: The American Civil War, edited by Aaron Sheehan-Dean.
Volume XXIII, Issue 2
The Little Bighorn Campaign
Civil War Veterans Die on the Plains, by Neil Magnum
Galvanized Yankees: Rebels Trade Prisons and Guards for the Plains and Indians
7th Cavalry Order of Battle
Civil War Biographies: (Benteen, Cooke, Clan, Keogh, Moylan, Reno, Smith, Sturgis Family, Yates)
Driving Tour -Civil War Veterans Die on the Plains, by Dave Roth The Battle of the Little Bighorn, June 25, 1876 The Battle of the Rosebud, June 17, 1876 A Brief History of Red Cloud's War As Told Through the Lives of Five
The Peninsula Campaign of 1862: A Military Analysis, by Kevin Dougherty with J. Michael Moore. Reviewed by Russell S. Bonds.
Basil Wilson Duke, CSA: The Right Man in the Right Place, by Gary Robert Matthews. Reviewed by Richard M. McMurry.
Soldier of Southwestern Virginia: The Civil War Letters of Captain John Preston Sheffey, edited by James I. Robertson, Jr. Reviewed by Sam Elliott.
Volume XXIII, Issue 1
Gettysburg: A Collection of Articles by Gettysburg Historians
Into the Mouth of Hell: Farnsworth's Charge Revisited, by Andie Custer.
Captain Parsons' Battles and Leaders Account, by Andie Custer.
Skirmish at Fountaindale, Sunday, June 28, 1863, by Timothy H. Smith.
The Bullets Came Thick and Close: The 137th New York Infantry on Culp's Hill, by John Archer.
Driving Tour -Farnsworth's Charge, Colonel Ireland Saves the Union Right, and the Skirmish at Fountaindale, by Dave Roth, with Andie Custer, Tim Smith, John Archer and Gary Kross.
The Wells Monument: Bas Relief of Farnsworth Charge, by Andie Custer.
Monuments Revise History, by Andie Custer.