Volume III, Issue 6
Stonewall Jackson's Only Defeat: The Battle of Kernstown (or, First Winchester), March 23, 1862
Controversy -The Army of Northern Virginia's Most Notorious Court Martial: Jackson Vs. Garnett, by Robert K. Krick.
Reflections -"I Didn't Want to Get Caught Out ...," or GONE WITH THE WIND As History, by Albert Castel.
Preservation -The Fight to Save the C.S.S. Georgia, by Stephen T. Lindell
Memoirs of Stonewall Jackson by His Widow Mary Anna Jackson, by Mary Anna Jackson. Reviewed by Gary W. Gallagher.
Into the Wilderness with the Army of the Potomac, by Robert Garth Scott. Reviewed by Chris Calkins.
The Long Surrender, by Burke Davis. Reviewed by Royce Shingleton.
Custer Victorious -The Civil War Battles of General George Armstrong Custer, by Gregory J.W. Urwin. Reviewed by Jim Mundie.
The Boy Colonel of the Confederacy, The Life and Times of Henry King Burgwyn, Jr., by Archie K. Davis. Reviewed by John S. Peterson.
Chattanooga -A Death Grip on the Confederacy, by James Lee McDonough. Reviewed by James P. Jones.
The American Plains Indians, by Jason Hook.
Maine in the Civil War: A Bibliographic Guide. Compiled by William B. Jordan, Jr.
The Living History Sourcebook, by Jay Anderson.
Colonel Coggeshall: The Man Who Saved Lincoln.
Volume III, Issue 5
Panic on the Ohio! Confederates March on Cincinnati:I. Introduction, by Geoffrey R. Walden II. Panic in Cincinnati, by James A. Ramage III. "Squirrel Hunters" to the Rescue, by David E. Roth IV. The Defenses of Cincinnati, by Geoffrey R. Walden
Reflections -James Edward Monroe (July 4, 1815 - June 28, 1949): Another of Professor Jay S. Hoar's Incredible Old Rebs.
Common Soldier -The Devotion and Death of DeWitt Jobe: A Sorting of the Facts, by Hugh F. Walker.
History -The Great Gainesville Hanging, October, 1862: Rebel Colonel Bourland's 'Witch Hunt' in North Texas, by Pete A.Y. Gunter.
Living History -Hope Springs Eternal at Natchez: A Color Portfolio, photography by J. Frank McAneny.
Cannoneers in Grey: The Field Artillery if the Army of Tennessee, 1861-1865, by Larry J. Daniel. Reviewed by Dennis Kelly.
A Woman Doctor's Civil War: Esther Hill Hawks' Diary, edited by Gerald Schwartz. Reviewed by Drew Gilpin Faust.
Vicksburg is the Key: The Campaign for Vicksburg. Volume 1 by Edwin Cole Bearss. Reviewed by Grady McWhiney.
The Rebel Yell and the Yankee Hurrah: The Civil War Journal of a Maine Volunteer, by Private John W. Hailey. Edited by Ruth L. Silliker. Reviewed by William W. Hassler.
Going to Meet the Yankees: A History of the "Bloody Sixth" Mississippi Infantry, C.S.A., by H. Grady Howell. Reviewed by Tim Burgess.
Custer in Photographs, by D. Mark Katz. Reviewed by John Gordon.
The Private Mary Chesnut: The Unpublished Civil War Diaries. Edited by C. Vann Woodward and Elizabeth Muhlenfield. Reviewed by Richard Pindell.
General Officers of the Confederate Army, by General Marcus J. Wright. Reviewed by Steve Davis.
Volume III, Issue 4
The Battle of Olustee (or Ocean Pond), February 20, 1864, background text by Richard J. Ferry.
History -Lt. Thomas P. Bell, C.S.A., and the Action at Trent's Reach, by Dale S. Snair.
Reflections -Among the Yanks: A Look at Confederates Buried in National Cemeteries, by Dennis Kelly.
Common Soldier -"Had a Pleasant Time": Excerpts From The Diary Of A Yankee In Dixie, edited by Albert Castel.
Libby Life, by Frederic F. Cavada. Reviewed by Michael Joseph Pauley.
Journal of a Secesh Lady: The Diary of Catherine Ann Devereux Edmondston 1860-1866, edited by Beth Gilbert Crabtree and James W. Patton. Reviewed by Elizabeth Roberson.
Dark Lanterns: Secret Political Societies, Conspiracies, and Treason Trials in the Civil War, by Frank L. Klement. Reviewed by Gordon B. McKinney.
The Last Review: The Confederate Reunion, Richmond, 1932, by Virginius Dabney. Reviewed by Steve Davis.
The Confederate Collapse at the Battle of Missionary Ridge: The Reports of James Patton Anderson and his Brigade Commanders, by John Hoffmann. Reviewed by Roy Morris, Jr.
Lincoln, by George Tice. Reviewed by Lloyd Ostendorf.
John Wilkes Booth Himself, by Richard J.S. Gutman and Kellie O. Gutman. Reviewed by Lloyd Ostendorf.
The Iron Brigade, by Alan T. Nolan. Reviewed by Kent Masterson Brown.
Abstract, Review and Notes Regarding Principal Sword Contractors During the American Civil War, by Leonard J. Garigliano. Reviewed by Les Jensen.
Volume III, Issue 3
Andersonville: The Story of an American Tragedy ...
Controversy -Partisan Comments on Andersonville, Northern Comment by Ohioan Roger Long and Southern Comment by Mississippian James West Thompson
Bookish Notes by Robert Krick -Some Rich New Confederate Bio's
Reflections -James Pierpont And His 'One Horse Open Sleigh,' by Margaret Wayt Debolt and Milton H. Rahn
The Lincoln Murder Conspiracies, Being an Account of the Hatred Felt by Many Americans for President Abraham Lincoln during the Civil War and the First Complete Examination and Refutation of the Many Theories, Hypothesis, and Speculations Put Forward since 1865 Concerning Those Presumed to Have Aided, Abetted, Controlled, or Directed the Murderous Acts of John Wilkes Booth in Ford's Theater the night of April 14, by William Hanchett. Reviewed by Harold Holzer.
The Confederate Governors, edited by W. Buck Yearns. Reviewed by Mark M. Boatner III.
The Guns of Port Hudson. Vol. I: The River Campaign (February-May, 1863), and Vol. II The Investment, Siege, and Reduction, by David C. Edmonds. Reviewed by Ludwell H. Johnson, III.
Bedford Forrest and His Critter Company, by Andrew Lytle. Reviewed by Steve Davis.
Volume III, Issue 2
Antietam, Part II: McClellan at Antietam, September 17, 1862
Profile -Chatham Roberdeau Wheat and His Louisiana Tigers, by Michael D. Jones.
Common Soldier -'The Biggest Yankee in the World': David Van Buskirk, Hoosier Patriot and Yankee Giant, by Roger S. Durham.
Living History -The 10th Regiment, Illinois Volunteer Infantry: Then & Now, submitted by Robert J. Beck
Stephen Dodson Ramseur: Lee's Gallant General, by Gary W. Gallagher. Reviewed by Dennis E. Frye.
Berden's United States Sharpshooters In The Army Of The Potomac, 1861-1865, by Captain Charles A. Stevens. Reviewed by Michael Andrus.
Margaret Mitchell, A Dynamo Going to Waste: Letters to Allen Edee 1919-1921, edited by Jane Bonner Peacock. Reviewed by Robert M. Willingham, Jr.
Four Years in the Saddle: History of the First Regiment Ohio Volunteer Cavalry, War of the Rebellion -1861-1865. Compiled by William Curry. Reviewed by Albert Castel.
Confederate Sheet-Music Imprints, by Frank W. Hoogerwerf. Reviewed by Steve Davis.
John Hill Hewitt: Sources and Bibliography, by Frank W. Hoogerwerf. Reviewed by Steve Davis.
Volume III, Issue 1
Antietam, Part I: Along Antietam Creek, September 17, 1862
Homefront -'Ye Know Not What hour Your Lord Doth Come': Tragedy at the U.S. Allegheny Aresnal, edited by John L. Carnprobst.
Books and Libraries in Camp and Battle: The Civil War Experience, by David Kaser. Reviewed by Steve Davis.
Robert E. Lee, by Jefferson Davis and Alexander Stephens. Reviewed by William J. Miller.
Atlas of Antebellum Southern Agriculture, by Sam Bowers Hilliard. Reviewed by John Gordon.
The Second Wisconsin Infantry, by George H. Otis. Reviewed by Ben Fanton.