“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"
"Lincoln, the slaves, and the decision to emancipate"
"Identity Crisis: Washington, Dancing Rabbit, and Choctaw Removal, 1825-1831"
"Andrew Jackson versus the Senate”
"Heritage or a Slap in the Face, Confederate Symbols in 21st Century Mississippi”
"The U.S.S. Monitor and Civil War History: Using Artifacts to Solve Historical Puzzels"
"The ‘White Problem’ in Southern Progressivism"
"Primary Sources, Museums, and the Study of American History"
"Richmond's Reaction to the Gettysburg Address"
"The Freedmen’s Bureau in Mississippi, 1863-1870"
’We Must Be One at Home’: Divided Loyalties in Civil War Mississippi” by Shannon Mallard
"The Present Writing on the Civil Rights Movement"