Volume VIII, Issue 6
The Battle of Saltville: Massacre or Myth? by William Marvel.
Rebel Ingenuity -Rebels inthe Sky: The Confederate Balloon Corps, by Judith Anthis & Richard M. McMurry.
Krick's Bookish Notes -General Nat Harris' Diary: The Rarest Army of Northern Virginia Book? by Robert K. Krick.
Reflections -Did Anybody Really Know What Time It Was? by Arthur Candenquist.
Common Soldier -Sergeant Edwin B. Bigelow's Exciting Adventures, with Excerpts from the Wolverine Cavalryman's Civil War Diary, by Frank L. Klement.
Sumter: The First Day of the Civil War, by Robert Henderson. Reviewed by David R. Ruth.
Forged in Battle: The Civil War Alliance of Black Soldiers and White Officers, by Joseph T. Glatthaar. Reviewed by Lawrence L. Hewitt.
The Confederate High Command and Related Topics, edited by Roman J. Heleniak and Lawrence L. Hewitt. Reviewed by Steven E. Woodworth.
Confederate Florida: The Road To Olustee, by William H. Nulty. Reviewed by Arch Fredric Blakey.
Georgia in the War, 1861-1865: A Compendium of Georgia Participants, by Charles Edgeworth Jones. Reviewed by William Harris Bragg.
Volume VIII, Issue 5
Missouri! One Last Time: Sterling Price's 1864 Missouri Expedition, 'A Just and Holy Cause', by Scott E. Sallee.
Personality Profile -The Meanest Bushwhacker: Bloody Bill Anderson, by Dino A. Brugioni.
Reflections -The B.H. Teague Collection of Confederate Relics and Curios, by John Mills Bigham.
Audio/Video Reviews -A Leg Up On John Bell Hood, by Greg Biggs.
The Training of an Army: Camp Curtin and the North's Civil War, by William J. Miller. Reviewed by Richard A. Sauers.
Cahaba Prison and the Sultana Disaster, by William O. Bryant. Reviewed by Jerry O. Potter.
Carolina Cavalier: The Life and Mind of James Johnston Pettigrew, by Clyde N. Wilson. Reviewed by William Garrett Piston.
Damned Yankee: The Life of General Nathaniel Lyon, by Christopher Phillips. Reviewed by John S. Peterson.
Volume VIII, Issue 4
Season of Change: The Winter Encampment of the Army of the Potomac, December 1, 1863-May 4, 1864, by Clark B. Hall.
West Of The Mississippi -Idaho Shoot-out, by Katherine Doty.
Reflections -The Civil War's First Monument: Bartow's Marker at Manassas, by Robert E.L. Krick.
Back Roads -On the Road to Gettysburg: Cashtown Inn, by George F. Skoch.
Audio/Video Reviews -The Civil War Is On A Roll, by Greg Biggs.
The Great American Myth, by George S. Bryan. Reviewed by Michael W. Kauffman.
The Civil War Round Table: Fifty Years of Scholarship and Fellowship, by Barbara Hughett. Reviewed by Steve Davis.
Hearth and Knapsack: The Ladley Letters, 1857-1880, edited by Carl M. Becker and Ritchie Thomas. Reviewed by Dave Roth.
Jefferson Davis and His Generals: The Failure of Confederate Command in the West, by Steven E. Woodworth. Reviewed by James L. McDonough.
The Siege of Suffolk: The Forgotten Campaign April 11-May 4, 1863, by Steven A. Cormier. Reviewed by Keith Bohannon.
The Plymouth Pilgrims: A History of the Eighty-Fifth New York Infantry in the Civil War, by Wayne Mahoud. Reviewed by E.A. Livingston.
Personal Recollection of the War of 1861, by Charles A. Fuller. Reviewed by Mark Dunkelman.
The Civil War Journal of Billy Davis: From Hopewell, Indiana to Port Republic, Virginia. Edited by Richard S. Skidmore. Reviewed by Paul Kallina.
George N. Barnard: Photographer of Sherman's Campaign, by Keith F. Davis. Reviewed by Frank J. Welcher. Reviewed by William Glenn Robertson.
Mother, May You Never See The Sights I Have Seen--The Fifty-Seventh Massachusetts Veteran Volunteers in the Last Year of the Civil War, by Warren Wilkinson. Reviewed by Benedict R. Maryniak.
Volume VIII, Issue 3
Savannah: Mr. Lincoln's Christmas Present, by Roger S. Durham.
Unsolved Mysteries -The Shelton Laurel Massacre: Murder in the North Carolina Mountains, by James O. Hall.
Controversy -The Great Impostors, by William Marvel.
Audio/Video Reviews -Jefferson Davis' Greatest Mistake, by Greg Biggs.
Cadets in Gray: The Story of the Cadets of the South Carolina Military Academy and the Cadet Rangers in the Civil War, by Gary R. Baker. Reviewed by Richard M. McMurry.
Civil War Chief of Sharpshooters: Hiram Berdan, Military Commander and Firearms Inventor, by Roy M. Marcott. Reviewed by Geoff Walden.
The Illustrated Confederate Reader, selected and edited by Rog Gragg. Reviewed by Garold L. Cole.
The Civil War -An Aerial Portrait, by Sam Abell and Brian Pohanka. Reviewed by William D. Matter.
Volume VIII, Issue 2
The St. Albans Raid: Rebels in Vermont! October 19, 1864, by Jon Woodard.
Preservation Bulletin -Brandy On the Brink of Demise! by Clark B. "Bud" Hall.
Gettysburg -If Peaches Could Talk .., by Jennie Lulu Peirsol.
Reflections -Lincoln's First Gettysburg Address: A Little Known Impromptu Speech Perhaps Best Forgotten, by Frank L. Klemont.
Audio/Video Reviews -Van Heflin's Raid to Ken Burns' Classic, by Greg Biggs.
Personal Reminiscences of General Robert E. Lee, by the Rev. J. William Jones. Reviewed by Steve Davis.
With Sheridan up the Shenandoah Valley in 1864: Leaves from a Special Artist's Sketchbook and Diary, by James E. Taylor. Reviewed by Thomas A. Lewis.
The Most Famous Soldier In America: A Biography of Lt. Gen. Nelson A. Milesm 1839-1925, by Arthur J. Amchan. Reviewed by John S. Peterson.
Tennessee's Forgotten Warriors: Frank Cheatham and His Confederate Division, by Christopher Losson. Reviewed by Dennis Kelly.
Volume VIII, Issue 1
Brandy Station: The Civil War's Bloodiest Arena of Mounted Combat, by Gary W. Gallagher.
Controversy -The Truth About Wise's Well: Setting the Record Straight on South Mountain, by Steven R. Stotelmyer.
Audio/Video Reviews -From Glory to Echoes of the Blue & Gray, by Greg Biggs.
Reflections -Will the Real "Mudwall" Jackson Please Stand Up? by Geoffrey R. Walden.
Guest Editorial -Preserving Brandy Station, by Clark B. "Bud" Hall, Secretary, Association for the Preservation of Civil War Sites.
Stonewall Jackson at Cedar Mountain, by Robert K. Krick. Reviewed by John Hennessy.
Abandoned by Lincoln: A Military Biography of General John Pope, by Wallace J. Schultz and Walter N. Trenerry. Reviewed by William Marvel.
No Better Place To Die: The Battle of Stones River, by Peter Cozzens. Reviewed by Christopher Losson.
The Confederate States Marine Corps: The Rebel Leathernecks, by Ralph W. Donnelly. Reviewed by David M. Sullivan.