Volume VI, Issue 6
Atlanta Campaign: Hood Fights Desperately. The Battles for Atlanta. Actions From July 10 to September 2, 1864, by Stephen Davis.
Hood Is A Bold Fighter: John Bell Hood and the 'Present Emergency'
An Assessment of Hood's First Attack: The Battle of Peachtree Creek
An Assessment of Hood's Second Attack: The Battle of Atlanta
An Assessment of Hood's Third Attack: The Battle of Ezra Church
Medals of Honor Earned During the Battles for Atlanta, compiled by Dave Roth.
An Assessment of Hood's Generalship
Troubled Times In A City Under Fire
Volume VI, Issue 5
Atlanta Campaign: Mountains to Pass, A River to Cross. The Battle of Kennesaw Mountain, And Related Actions From June 10 to July 9, 1864, by Dennis Kelly
The Death of Bishop Polk, by Stephen Davis.
Hooker & Hood -Thorns in the Side?
The Defender of Cheatham Hill, by Christopher Losson.
Yankees Come to Roswell.
Epilogue -'Gen'l J. Is Not the Man We Thought Him"
In Memoriam -Joseph Timothy Smith (1946-1989)
Audio/Visual/Game Software -From Homespun Songs to Siege Artillery, reviews by Joseph T. Smith.
Back Roads -Some Good Ole Rebel Ingenuity: The Guano Oven of New Braunfels, Texas, by Mark McKenna.
The Brothers' War: Civil War Letters To Their Loved Ones From The Blue & Gray, by Annette Tapert. Reviewed by Larry J. Daniel.
Abraham Lincoln, Public Speaker, by Waldo W. Braden. Reviewed by William Marvel.
Alexander H. Stephens of Georgia-A Biography, by Thomas E. Schott. Reviewed by Steve Davis.
"This Awful Drama": General Edwin Gray Lee, C.S.A., an His Family, by Alexandra Lee Levin.
Volume VI, Issue 4
Atlanta Campaign: Rocky Face to the Dallas Line, the Battles of May 1864, by Richard M. McMurry.
The Western & Atlantic Railroad and Its Boom Town, by Colonel James G. Bogle.
Pet Cleburne's Emancipation Proposal, by Stephen Davis.
Action at Dug Gap
Dan Sickles ...?
The Battle of Pickett's Mill, by Jeff Dean.
Controversy -Confederate Losses at Gettysburg: Debunking Livermore, by Colonel Joseph B. Mitchell.
If It Takes All Summer: The Battle of Spotsylvania, by William D. Matter. Reviewed by A. Wilson Greene.
Soldiers Blue & Gray, by James I. Robertson Jr. Reviewed by Reid Mitchell.
Winfield Scott Hancock: A Soldier's Life, by David M. Jordan. Reviewed by William D. Matter.
The Flags of the Confederacy: An Illustrated History, by Devereaux D. Cannon, Jr. Reviewed by Louis J. Baltz III.
Volume VI, Issue 3
The Battle of Stones River: Tragic New Years Eve in Tennessee, by Charles M. Spearman.
A Heroic Crossing
An Unlikely Hero
Reflections -Santa Claus' Father, by Dick O'Donnell
Francis T. Nicholls: A Biographical Tribute, by Evans J. Casso. Reviewed by W. E. Meneray.
Pictorial Encyclopedia of Civil War Medical Instruments and Equipment, by Dr. Gordon Dammann. Reviewed by Laurence M. Lesser.
The Civil War Campaign Medal, edited by John M. Carroll. Reviewed by David E. Roth.
Civil War Era Etiquette, edited by R. L. Shep. Reviewed by Steve Davis.
Cities Under the Gun: Images of Occupied Nashville and Chattanooga, by James A. Hoobler. Reviewed by Steve Davis.
Volume VI, Issue 2
Return Of A Legend: Morgan's Last Raid -Kentucky, 1864, by Albert Castel.
James Witherspoon on Trial, by Frank G. Rankin, Jr.
The Controversy Over Morgan's Death, by David E. Roth
Common Soldier -The Strangest Hero of All, by Edward F. Murphy
Audio/Visual/Game Software -From Miniatures on Video to Programming Your Own Battles, reviews by Joseph T. Smith.
Krick's Bookish Notes -A Fire Book, by Robert K, Krick.
A History of the Forty-Forth Regiment New York Volunteer Infantry in the Civil War, 1861-1865, by Captain Eugene A. Nash. Reviewed by Mike Cavanaugh.
The Battles of Appomattox Station and Appomattox Court House, April 8-9, 1865, by Chris M. Calkins. Reviewed by William Marvel.
Civil War Relics of the Western Campaigns 1861-1865, by Charles S. Harris. Reviewed by Lon W. Keim.
Forts Henry and Donelson: The Key to the Confederate Heartland, by Benjamin Franklin Cooling. Reviewed by Tim Burgess.
George B. McClellan: The Young Napolean, by Stephen W. Sears. Reviewed by Lawrence Frederick Kohl.
Volume VI, Issue 1
Gettysburg Cavalry Operations June 27-July 3, 1863, by Ted Alexander.
Horsemen in Blue
Horsemen in Gray
25 Miles Behind Confederate Lines: Ulric Dahlgren's Greencastle Forays, by Ted Alexander.
The General and the Politician: Custer & Bingham, by Erving E. Beauregard.
Tenting Tonight, Boys!: Gettysburg, 1938 -Last Reunion of the Blue & Gray, by Anna Jane Moyer.
The Truth About Chikamauga, by Archibald Gracie. Reviewed by Neal J. Ahern.
Confederate Navy Chief: Stephen R. Mallory, by Joseph T. Durkin. Reviewed by Stephen R. Wise.
From Winchester to Cedar Creek: The Shenandoah Valley Campaign of 1864, by Jeffry D. Wert. Reviewed by Gary W. Gallagher.
Lee's Tigers: The Louisiana Infantry In The Army of Northern Virginia, buy Terry L. Jones. Reviewed by John B. Dunlap, Jr.
Irish Green and Union Blue: The Civil War Letters of Peter Welsh, edited by Lawrence Frederick Kohl with Margaret Crosse'. Reviewed by Steve Davis.
Fightin' With Forrest -An Historical Novel, by Charles Gordon Yeager. Reviewed by Steve Davis.