Volume IX, Issue 6
The Second Battle of Manassas: Lee Suppresses the 'Miscreant" Pope, by John Hennessy.
Embrace An Angry Wind -The Confederacy's Last Hurrah: Spring Hill, Franklin, and Nashville, by Wiley Sword. Reviewed by Albert Castel.
Burnside, by William Marvel. Reviewed by Lawrence A. Kohl.
Braxton Bragg and Confederate Defeat, Vol II, by Judith Lee Hallock. Reviewed by Richard M. McMurry.
Gray Raiders of the Sea: How Eight Confederate Warships Destroyed the Union's High Seas Commerce, by Chester G. Hearn. Reviewed by A. Robert Holcombe, Jr.
A Blockaded Family: Life in Southern Alabama During the Civil War, by Parthenia Antoinette Hague. Reviewed by Maxine Turner.
Pemberton: A Biography, by Michael B. Ballard. Reviewed by Lawrence L. Hewitt.
Soldiering in the Army of Tennessee: A Portrait of Life in A Confederate Army, by Larry J. Daniel. Reviewed by Steve Davis.
Volume IX, Issue 5
Stonewall Jackson: Molding the Man and Making A General, by James I. Robertson, Jr.
Common Soldier -Two Corporals: A Tale of Nathan Bedford Forrest's Attack At Sulphur Branch Trestle, Alabama, by Col. Donald H. Steenburn, US Army, Retired.
Naval History -A Long War and A Sickly Season: Yellow Fever and the East Gulf Blockading Squadron Specifically: The Case of the USS James S. Chambers, by Edward S. Miller.
Bloody Dawn: The Story of the Lawrence Massacre, by Thomas Goodrich. Reviewed by Harris D. Riley, Jr.
Echoes of Battle: The Atlanta Campaign, edited by Larry M. Strayer, and Richard A. Baumgartner. Reviewed by Stephen Davis.
Let Us Have Peace: Ulysses S. Grant and the Politics of War and Reconstruction, 1861-1868, by Brooks D. Simpson. Reviewed by Michael C.C. Adams.
Guide to Civil War Periodicals, Volume 1, 1991, compiled by Lee W. Merideth. Reviewed by The Editors of Blue & Gray Magazine.
Volume IX, Issue 4
The Battle of Five Forks: Final Push For the South Side, by Chris Calkins, Historian, Petersburg National Battlefield.
Adventure -Yankee Captain Daniel Ellis: The Old Red Fox of East Tennessee, by Allen Ellis.
Back Roads -Lee's Last U.S. Army Post, by Mark McKenna.
The Battle of Belmont: Grant Strikes South, by Nathaniel Cheairs Hughes, Jr. Reviewed by Michael L. Gillespie.
The Last Citadel, Petersburg, Virginia, June 1864-April 1865, by Noah Andre Trudeau. Reviewed by Neal Meier.
The Civil War Diary of Sarah Morgan, edited by Charles East. Reviewed by Judy Anthis.
Fallen Leaves: The Civil War Letters of Major Henry Livermore Abbott, edited by Robert Garth Scott. Reviewed by John M. Priest.
None Died In Vain: The Saga of the American Civil War, by Robert Leckie. Reviewed by J. Tracy Power.
Volume IX, Issue 3
Forts Henry & Donelson: Union Victory on the Twin Rivers, by Benjamin Franklin Cooling.
Winter Camp -A Wedding In Camp, by James M. Madden & Ronald P. McGovern.
Common Soldier -A Matter of Injustice: The Summers-Koontz Incident, by Robert H. Moore II.
Audio/Video Reviews -Strange Bedfellows: Waylon Jennings and the United States Military Academy Band, by Greg Biggs.
Lee Considered: General Robert E. Lee and Civil War History, by Alan T. Nolan. Reviewed by Dennis E. Frye.
Kirby Smith's Confederacy: The Trans-Mississippi South, 1863-1865, by Robert L. Kerby. Reviewed by Thomas Goodrich.
A Lost Heroine of the Confederacy: The Diaries and Letters of Belle Edmondson, edited by William and Loretta Galbraith. Reviewed by Anne J. Bailey.
Mosby's Rangers, by Jeffry D. Wert. Reviewed by Maynard Schrock.
Financial Failure and Confederate Defeat, by Douglas B. Ball. Reviewed by James F. Morgan.
The Civil War Memoirs of Captain William J. Seymour. Edited by Terry L. Jones. Reviewed by Donald Pfanz.
Fort Lyon to Harpers Ferry: On the Border of North and South with "Rambling Jour." Edited by Lee C and Karen D. Drickamer. Reviewed by Dave Roth.
An American Iliad: The Story of the Civil War, by Charles P. Roland. Reviewed by Brian C. Pohanka.
Destroyer of the Iron Horse: General Joseph E. Johnston and Confederate Rail Transport, 1861-1865, by Jeffrey N. Lash. Reviewed by Steve Davis.
Volume IX, Issue 2
Much to Sadden and Little to Cheer: The Civil War Years at West Point, by Alan and Barbara Aimone
An Album of Civil War Era Cadets and Professors
Roster of West Point Graduates 1861-1865
Profile -Robert F. Beckham: The Man Who Commanded Stuart's Horse: Artillery After Pelham Fell, by Clark B. Hall.
Audio/Video Reviews -Songs of the Sixties Are Hot!, by Greg Biggs.
General John H. Winder, CSA., by Arch F. Blakey. Reviewed by R. Frank Saunders.
We Need Men: The Union Draft in the Civil War, by James W. Geary. Reviewed by Frank J. Welcher.
America's National Battlefield Parks: A Guide, by Joseph E. Stevens. Reviewed by Jerry L. Russell.
Volume IX, Issue 1
13 Haunted Places of the Civil War, II: Just When You Thought It Was Save to Read About the Civil War Again ...
Introduction -Spirits of the Parks, by Priscilla R. Baker
From the Editors of Blue & Gray ...Number 1 -McRaven of Mississippi Number 2 -The Phantom Army of Harpers Ferry Number 3 -A Presence At Perryville Number 4 -Fall Hill Specters Number 5 -Carnton at Franklin Number 6 -The Kind Ladies of Old Camp Chase Number 7 -Stones River Slaughter Pen Number 8 -The Haunting of Cashtown Inn Number 9 -Jesse James' Farm Number 10 -Savannah Ghosts Number 11 -The Chickamauga Curse: "River of Death" Number 12 -Spirits of Drum Barracks Number 13 -Gettysburg Exorcism, or Buried Alive!
Diary Of a Confederate Soldier: John S. Jackman OF The Orphan Brigade, edited by William C. Davis. Reviewed by Larry J. Daniel.
Confederate Goliath: The Battle of Fort Fisher, by Rod Gragg. Reviewed by Stephen R. Wise.
Lincoln On Democracy, edited and introduced by Mario M. Cuomo and Harold Holzer. Reviewed by John S. Peterson.
The Confederate Regular Army, by Richard P. Weinert Jr. Reviewed by Robert K. Krick.