Volume XXIV, Issue 6
The Chickamauga Campaign: The Battle of Chickamauga, Day 1, September 19, 1863, by William Glenn Robertson
Driving Tour—Chickamauga, Day 1, Sept. 19, 1863, by Dave Roth, with Jim Ogden, Historian, Chickamauga and Chattanooga NMP, and Dr. William Glenn Robertson
Never For Want of Powder: The Confederate Powder Works in Augusta, Georgia, by C.L. Bragg, Charles D. Ross, Gordon A. Blaker, Stephanie A. T. Jacobe, and Theodore P. Savas. Reviewed by Tom Elmore.
Meade’s Army: The Private Notebooks of Lt. Col. Theodore Lyman, edited by David W. Lowe. Reviewed by Earl J. Hess.
The Gettysburg Gospel: The Lincoln Speech That Nobody Knows, by Gabor Boritt. Reviewed by Alan Cate.
Lincoln’s Sword: The Presidency and the Power of Words, by Douglas L. Wilson. Reviewed by Alan Cate.
Camp Chase and the Evolution of Union Prison Policy, by Roger Pickenpaugh. Reviewed by J. Michael Martinez.
Volume XXIV, Issue 5
The Battle of Fisher’s Hill, September 22, 1864, by Scott C. Patchan
Wiley Sword’s War Letters Series—Youthful Confederate Private J. P. Graves of Swett’s Mississippi Battery Finds Fighting With Pat Cleburne’s Division More Than He Anticipated
Driving Tour—The Battle of Fisher’s Hill, by Dave Roth, with Scott C. Patchan
Triumph & Defeat: The Vicksburg Campaign, Vol. 2 by Terrence J. Winschel. Reviewed by Richard M. McMurry.
“No Such Army Since the Days of Julius Caesar”: Sherman’s Carolinas Campaign from Fayetteville to Averasboro, by Mark A. Smith and Wade Sokolosky. Reviewed by Richard M. McMurry.
McClellan and Failure: A Study of Civil War Fears, Incompetence and Worse, by Edward H. Bonekemper, III. Reviewed by Tom Elmore.
Trench Warfare Under Grant and Lee: Field Fortifications in the Overland Campaign, by Earl J. Hess. Reviewed by Steve Davis.
Shiloh and the Western Campaign of 1862, by O. Edward Cunningham. Reviewed by Jeffry D. Wert.
“Fear Was Not in Him”: The Civil War Letters of Major General Francis C. Barlow, U.S.A., edited by Christian G. Samito. Reviewed by David A. Ward.
Volume XXIV, Issue 4
Hell On The Hatchie, The Fight At Davis Bridge, Tennessee, by Tom Parson, Ranger, Corinth Civil War Interpretive Center
Wiley Sword’s War Letters Series—Private Fred Root of the 16th Vermont Infantry Describes In Vivid Detail the Capture of Brig. Gen. Edwin H. Stoughton by John S. Mosby at Fairfax Court House, Va., March 9, 1863
Driving Tour—Confederate Retreat from Corinth and the Fights at the Bridges, by Dave Roth, with Tom Parson, Ranger, Corinth Civil War Interpretive Center
The Tale of Willie Price, Armand Pallissard, and Other Dead from the Fall 1862 Corinth Campaign, by Tom Parson
The Civil War in Tennessee, 1862-1863, by Jack H. Lepa. Reviewed by David Powell.
The Avenger Takes His Place: Andrew Johnson and the 45 Days That Changed the Nation, by Howard Means. Reviewed by J. Michael Martinez.
Wade Hampton III, by Robert K. Ackerman. Reviewed by Tom Elmore.
The Radical and the Republican: Frederick Douglass, Abraham Lincoln, and the Triumph of Antislavery Politics, by James Oakes. Reviewed by Andy Waskie.
The Forgotten Hero of Gettysburg, by David W. Palmer. Reviewed by John Deppen.
Other Noted Guerrillas (Of the Civil War in Missouri) , by Larry Wood. Reviewed by James H. Nottage.
Distant Bugles, Distant Drums: The Union Response to the Confederate Invasion of New Mexico, by Flint Whitlock. Reviewed by James. H. Nottage.
Shock Troops of the Confederacy: The Sharpshooter Battalions of the Army of Northern Virginia, by Fred L. Ray. Reviewed by James H. Nottage.
Ironclads at War: The Monitor vs. the Merimac, text by Dan Abnett. Reviewed by Ted Alexander.
Sherman’s March to the Sea, 1864: Atlanta to Savannah, by David Smith. Reviewed by Ted Alexander.
Sauers’ Book Notes:
Eyewitness to the Civil War: The Complete History from Secession to Reconstruction, by Neil Kagan and Stephen G. Hyslop.
Abe Lincoln’s Legacy of Laughter: Humerous Stories By and About Abraham Lincoln, edited by Paul M. Zall.
Volume XXIV, Issue 3
The Chickamauga Campaign, The Armies Collide, Bragg Forces His Way Across Chickamauga Creek, by William Glenn Robertson
Wiley Sword’s War Letters Series—General Alexander S. Webb, Medal of Honor Hero of Pickett’s Charge, Recommends an Officer For Promotion, and With This Letter Perhaps Save His Life
Driving Tour—The Armies Collide, Sept. 12-18, 1863, by Dave Roth, with Jim Ogden, Historian, Chickamauga and Chattanooga NMP
Duty, Honor and Country: The Civil War Experiences of Captain William P. Black, Thirty-Seventh Illinois Infantry, edited by Michael E. Banasik. Reviewed by Earl J. Hess.
Boy Soldier of the Confederacy: The Memoir of Johnnie Wickersham, edited by Kathleen Gorman. Reviewed by Earl J. Hess.
Pittsburgh During the American Civil War, 1860-1865, by Arthur B. Fox. Reviewed by Andy Waskie.
Redemption: The Last Battle of the Civil War by Nicholas Lemann. Reviewed by J. Michael Martinez.
Lincoln: A Life of Purpose and Power, by Richard Carwardine. Reviewed by John Deppen.
Volume XXIV, Issue 2
Gettysburg: A Collection of Articles by Gettysburg Historians
A dreadful Buzzing of Bullets: De Trobriand’s Brigade Defends the Union Left by Stuart R. Dempsey
Philippe Regis Denis de Keredern de Trobriand by Stuart R. Dempsey
A Twin Sacrifice: The Tragic Tale of Thomas and George Dennen by Michael A. Dreese
The Shelling of Carlisle by Eric J. Wittenberg
Farnsworth’s Charge: The Traditional vs. Revised Interpretation, Responses by Eric J. Wittenberg and J. David Petruzzi, and Andie Custer
Driving Tour—Wheatfield and Peach Orchard Action, The Shelling of Carlisle, More on Farnsworth’s Charge, and Gettysburg’s Visual Battle Damage, by Dave Roth et al
Gettysburg’s Visual Battle Damage: “The Shell Has Never Been Removed” by Timothy H. Smith
On The Back Roads:
Confederate Capt. Granville H. Oury’s Grave, Adamsville Cemetary, Arizona by MARK Bond
Battle of Picacho Pass, Pinal County, Arizona by Mary K. Arensberg
Rise and Fall of the Confederacy: The Memoir of Senator William S. Oldham, by Clayton E. Jewett. Reviewed by Richard M. McMurry.
New York’s Historic Armories: An Illustrated History, by Nancy L. Todd. Reviewed by Bruce S. Bazelon.
Gone With the Glory: The Civil War In Cinema, by Brian Steel Wills. Reviewed by Tom Elmore.
Stealing the General: The Great Locomotive Chase and the First Medal of Honor, by Russell S. Bonds. Reviewed by Steve Davis.
The Civil War Memoirs of a Virginia Cavalryman: Lt. Robert T. Hubard, Jr., edited by Thomas P. Nanzig. Reviewed by Jeffry D. Wert.
Sauers’ Book Notes:
The 4th North Carolina Cavalry in the Civil War: A History and Roster, by Neil H. Radford.
A History of Ironclads: The Power of Iron Over Wood, by John V. Quarstein.
Volume XXIV, Issue 1
The Battle of Cedar Creek October 19, 1864 by Scott C. Patchan
Wiley Sword’s War Letters Series, The Simon B. Buckner-Ulysses S. Grant Relationship in War And Peace: A Remarkable Letter From General Buckner’s Son
Driving Tour—The Battle of Cedar Creek by Dave Roth, with Scott C. Patchan
Field Armies and Fortifications in the Civil War: The Eastern Campaigns, 1861-1864, by Earl J. Hess. Reviewed by Richard M. McMurry.
Command and Communication Frictions in the Gettysburg Campaign, by Philip M. Cole. Reviewed by John Deppen.
Dixie Betrayed, by David J. Eicher. Reviewed by David Powell.
Sauers’ Book Notes:
Rogue: A Biography of Civil War General Justus McKinstry, by John K. Driscoll.
“Those Damn Horse Soldiers”: True Tales of Civil War Cavalry, by George Walsh.