- Susannah Ural and I get complemented by one letter writer for level-headedness in our contributions to last month’s piece on the Governor of Virginia’s Confederate History Month proclamation. Another contributor wasn’t so lucky. Of course, other letter writers attacked all the contributors to the piece. Go figure.
- Susannah Ural is interviewed about her research on Irish and Texan common soldiers.
- Gary Gallagher’s Blue & Gray column examines the phenomenon of emancipated slaves in the wake of advancing Union armies.
- Yours Truly offers up his third installment of what is now known as Collateral Damage with Antietam’s Roulette farm. Keep an eye out here for the photos that weren’t used.
- This issue’s Field Guide by Chris Howland features sites in Atlanta.
- Kevin Levin: “Until Every Negro Has Been Slaughtered“- Did Southerners see the Battle of the Crater as a slave rebellion?
- Eric Niderost: Mad as a Hatter – John Wilkes Booth’s killer Boston Corbett.
- Dana B. Shoaf: Loose Cannon – A visit with cannon collector Charlie Smithgall.
- J. David Petruzzi: Cemetery Hill’s Forgotten Savior – John Buford at Gettysburg
- Thomas G. Clemens: Memories of America’s Bloodiest Day – Ezra Carman
- Peter Cozzens: Blunder at the Bridge – Union troops miss a rare opportunity to destroy a Rebel force near Corinth.
- Chester G. Hearn, Lincoln, the Cabinet and the Generals
- B. R. Burg, ed., Rebel at Large: The Diary of Confederate Deserter Philip Van Buskirk
- Robert Hunt, The Good Men Who Won the War: Army of the Cumberland Veterans and Emancipation Memory
- Thomas G. Reynolds, General Sterling Price and the Confederacy
- Charles R. Knight, Valley Thunder: The Battle of New Market and the Opening of the Shenandoah Valley Campaign, May 1864
- Richard L. Armstrong, “God Alone Knows Which Was Right”: The Blue and Gray Terrill Family of Virginia in the Civil War
- Ural on URLs – www.Footnote.com