“Presidential Libraries, An Inside Look”
“The Simple Art of War; A Reinterpretation of Ulysses S. Grant’s Civil War Strategy”
"Mutual Misunderstandings: A Study on Ida Honoré Grant's Austrian Experience"
"The Free State of Jones: Community, Race, and Kinship in Civil War Mississippi"
"Entangled Allegiance: Catholics in the Civil War South"
"Fidelity to the Record: Thirty-five Years an Editor"
"Labor Plantations, Memory, and Race in the Mississippi Delta Catfish Industry, 1990"
"Promoting Honest Abe, the Rail Splitter: Lincoln's Campaign Biographies and the Shaping of an Image"
"'Sick and Tired': Race and Health Care in Mississippi During the Civil Rights Years"
"Fighting the Jim Crow Army: African-American Protests in World War II"
"General Grant's Grandson and the Awakening of a Historian"
"Lost Limbs and Livelihood in the Mississippi Hill Country: Disabled Confederate Veterans and their Families in Rural Communities, 1863-1890"
"Those Already Here and Those Just Arriving: Immigration and the Coming of the Civil War"
"Modernity, Tradition, and Identity After the Civil War: A Former Confederate General's South"
"Primary Sources, Museums, and the Study of American History"
"Richmond's Reaction to the Gettysburg Address"