- Title Pages
- Civil War America
- Women Numerous and Armed: Gender and the Politics of Subsistence in the Civil War South
- Friend or Foe: Treason and the Second Confiscation Act
- My Enemies Are Crushed: McClellan and Lincoln
- Profile in Leadership: Generalship and Resistance in Robert E. Lee's First Month in Command of the Army of Northern Virginia
- In Your Hands That Musket Means Liberty: African American Soldiers and the Battle of Olustee
- With Malice toward Both: Abraham Lincoln and Jefferson Davis in Caricature
- Walt Whitman's Real Wars
- Hollywood Has It Both Ways: The Rise, Fall, and Reappearance of the Lost Cause in American Film
- Battle over the Bodies: Burying and Reburying the Civil War Dead, 1865–1871
- Not a Veteran in the Poorhouse: Civil War Pensions and Soldiers' Homes
- William T. Sherman in Postwar Georgia's Collective Memory, 1864–1914
- The Nation's Greatest Hero Should Rest in the Nation's Greatest City
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