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  • September – Gary Gallagher, “The Image of Robert E. Lee.”
  • November – James I.”Bud” Robertson Jr., “Why the Civil War Still Lives.”
  • January – Joseph Glatthaar, “Black Soldiers in The Union Army.”
  • March – Carol Reardon, “Pickett’s Charge in History and Memory.”
  • May – James A. Ramage, “The Gray Ghost–Mosby.”
  • September – John A. Gable, “Theodore Roosevelt’s Crowded Hours’”
  • November – James I.”Bud” Robertson Jr., “Johnny Rebs and Billy Yanks–Uncommon Soldiers.”
  • January – Saxton’s Cornet Band, “More Civil War Music.”
  • March – John H. “Jack” DeBerry, “Kentuckians at ShIloh.”
  • May – Stephen L. Ritchie, “Confederate General Turner Asby.”
  • September – Gary Gallagher, “Guerrilla Warfare and the Confederacy.”
  • November – James I. “Bud” Robertson Jr., “New Viewpoints on Stonewall Jackson.”
  • January – Warren Lambert, “The Battle of Richmond, Kentucky.”
  • March – Thomas A. Desjardin, “Joseph Chamberlain and the 20th Maine.”
  • May – Douglas L. Wilson, “Lincoln and the Kentucky Connection.”
  • September – Kenneth W. Noe, “Southern Boys in Blue: The Federal 9th Kentucky.”
  • November – James I. “Bud” Robertson Jr., “Women in the Civil war.”
  • January – Edward “Mac” Coffman, “The Most Dangerous Man Alive: Thomas Henry Hines.”
  • March – John M. Coski, “Putting Out Forrest Fires: The Adventures of the 32nd Wisconsin Infantry.”
  • May – George C. Herring Jr., “The Civil War as International History.”
  • September – Charles F. Bryan Jr., “Virginians in Blue.”
  • November – James I. “Bud” Robertson Jr., “Love Life in the Civil war.”
  • January – Steven E. Woodworth, “Chickamauga: Decision Point of an Indecision Campaign.”
  • March – Cullom Davis, “In Search of the Missing Lincoln.”
  • May – Gary Gallagher, “Stonewall Jackson.”
  • September – Gary Gallagher, “Two Shenandoah Valley Campaigns: Jackson’s and Early’s”
  • November – James I.”Bud” Robertson Jr., “The Civil War: Recreation, Refreshment, and Renewal.”
  • January – Kent Masterson Brown, “Perryville: Past and Present.”
  • March – James A. Ramage, “Rebel Raider and Gray Ghost: A Comparison of John Hunt Morgan and John S. Mosby.”
  • May – Charles F. Browder IV, “V-E Day, ,1945.”
  • September – Charles P. Roland, “The Generalship of Robert E. Lee.”
  • November – James I. “Bud” Robertson, “Civil War Prisons Reconsidered.”
  • January – Cancelled due to snow
  • March – Herman Hattaway, “Teaching the Civil War at West Point.”
  • May – William C. Davis, “Jefferson Davis as War Leader.”
  • September – Gary Gallagher, “John Bankhead Magruder and the Seven days.”
  • November – James I. “Bud” Robertson Jr., “Stonewall Jackson and his Biographers.”
  • January – Stephen D. Engle, “Don Carlos Buell and the Kentucky Campaign of 1862”
  • March – James C. Klotter, “Jefferson Davis: Beginnings and Endings of a Life.”
  • May – Joseph T. Glatthaar, “The Grant-Sherman Relationship.”
  • September – Richard McMurry, “The Gettysburg Decision.”
  • November – James I. “Bud” Robertson Jr., “The Living Hell of Civil War Medicine.”
  • January – Nicky Hughes, “Fort Boone and the Civil War Defense of Frankfort.”
  • March – Frank A. O’Reilly, “This Feast of Death.”
  • May – Charles P. Roland, “Dwight David Eisenhower.”
  • September – Kenneth Hafendorfer, “Henry Clay King.”
  • November – James I. “Bud” Robertson Jr., “Lee at Appomattox.”
  • January – Thomas D. Clark, “From Cumberland Ford to the Wildcat: The Fight to Claim Kentucky.”
  • March – Lowell H. Harrison, “General John B. Gordon.”
  • May – Michael Parrish, “Richard Taylor: Soldier Prince of Dixie.”