"The Lost Files of the Army of Tennessee," an occasional column dedicated to the presentation of the "lost" manuscript material, marches proudly in the van of this issue of Civil War Regiments, plus:
"A Confederate Surgeon's View of Fort Donelson: The Diary of John Kennerly Farris," Jim Stanbery, ed.
"Life on the Skirmish Line: Through the War with the Pennsylvania Bucktails," by William J. Miller
Letters Home from the Bucktails
"Many a Hard Fought Field: The 22nd Battalion Virginia Infantry," by Tom Brooks
“The Shoupade Redoubts: Joe Johnston’s Chattahoochee River Line,” by Greg Biggs.
The Classic Regimental Bookshelf
Ranks of Honor: A Regimental History of the Eleventh Arkansas Infantry Regiment & Poe's Cavalry Battalion, C.S.A. 1861-1865
Sykes' Regular Infantry Division, 1861-1864: A History of Regular United States Infantry Operations in the Civil War's Eastern Theater
The Memoirs of John S. Mosby
Theodore P. Savas is an attorney and managing director of Savas Beatie LLC. In addition to scores of articles in magazines and newspapers, he is also the author or editor of more than a dozen books (in many languages), including A Guide to the Battles of the American Revolution (with J. David Dameron), Silent Hunters: German U-Boat Commanders of World War II, and Never for Want of Powder: The Confederate Powder Works in Augusta, Georgia (co-author).
David A. Woodbury is a longtime student of the Civil War. The author of many articles, he also oversees Woodbury Historical Tours, which organizes and conducts outstanding visits to important battlefields of the Civil War.
Mark A. Snell, PhD, is a retired U.S. Army ordnance officer as well as a retired history professor. While on active duty, he served from 1987-1990 as an assistant professor in the Department of History at West Point, and then became the executive officer of the Academy's support battalion (1st Battalion, 1st Infantry Regiment) as well as the commander of the US Military Academy Airborne Detachment from 1990-91. He is the author of several books, including From First to Last: The Life of William B. Franklin.