For December 2016 — Simms, William Gilmore, The Golden Christmas, Published in 1852 [Click below to read review]
For November 2016 — Rutledge, Archibald, Home by the River and My Colonel and His Lady, Published in 1941 and 1937 [Click below to read review]
For October 2016 — Gordon, Caroline, Aleck Maury, Sportsman, Published in 1934.
For September 2016 — Fehrenbach, T. R., Lone Star: A History of Texas and Texans, Published in 1868 [Click below to read review]
For August 2016 — Semmes, Raphael, Memoirs of Service Afloat, During the War Between the States, Published in 1869 [Click below to read review]
For July 2016 — Washington, Booker T., Up from Slavery, published in 1901 [Click below to read review]
For June 2016 — Wilson, Clyde N., ed., Chronicles of the South, 2 vols. Published in 2011 [Click below to read review]
For May 2016 — Walter Brion Cisco, War Crimes Against Southern Civilians, published in 2007. [Click below to read review]
For April 2016 — Margaret L. Coit, John C. Calhoun: American Portrait, published in 1950. [Click below to read review]
For March 2016 — Donald Davidson, The Tennessee, 2 vols.: The Old River: Frontier to Secession; The New River: Civil War to TVA, published in 1946-1948. [Click below to read review].
For February 2016 — DiLorenzo, Thomas, The Real Lincoln: A New Look at Abraham Lincoln, His Agenda, and an Unnecessary War, published in 2002. [Click below to read review].
For January 2016 — Alden, John Richard, The First South, published in 1961. [Click on link below to read review].
For December 2015 — Luraghi, Raimondo, A History of the Confederate Navy, published in 1996. [Click on link below to read review].
For November 2015 — Henry, Robert Selph, The Story of Reconstruction, published in 1938. [Click on link below to read review].
For October 2015 — Taylor, Richard, Destruction and Reconstruction: Personal Experiences of the Late War, published in 1879. [Click on link below to read review].
For September 2015 — Calhoun, John C., (Clyde N. Wilson, editor), The Essential Calhoun: Selections from Writings, Speeches and Letters, published in 2000. [Click on link below to read review].
For August 2015 — Clyde N. Wilson, Howard Ray White and 14 members of the Society, Understanding the War Between the States, published in 2015. [Click on link below to read review].
For July 2015 — Cleanth Brooks, The Language of the American South, published in 1985. [Click on link below to read review].
For June 2015 — Ransom, John Crowe, with Donald Davidson, Allen Tate, Robert Penn Warren, Andrew Lytle, Frank Owsley, Lyle Lanier, Herman Nixon, John Wade, Henry Kline, John Fletcher and Stark Young, I’ll Take My Stand: The South and the Agrarian Tradition, published in 1930. [Click on link below to read review].
For May 2015 — Howard Ray White, Bloodstains, the fourth volume, Political Reconstruction and the Struggle for Healing, published in 2012. [Click on link below to read review].
For April 2015 — Shelby Foote, The Civil War, A Narrative, in three volumes, 3 volumes, published 1958, 1963 and 1974. [Click on link below to read review].
For March 2015 — M. E. Bradford, A Better Guide than Reason: Federalists and Anti-Federalists, published in 1994. [Click on link below to read review].
For February 2015 — Howard Ray White, Bloodstains, the third Volume, The Bleeding, published in 2007. [Click on link below to read review].
For January 2015 — William Faulkner, The Unvanquished, published in 1934. [Click on link below to read review].
For December 2014 — Weaver, Richard M., The Southern Essays of Richard M. Weaver, G. M. Curtis III and J. J. Thompson, Jr., editors, published in 1987. [Click on link below to read review].
For November 2014 — Simms, William Gilmore, His 8 Revolutionary War “Romances,” Joscelyn, The Partisan, Mellichampe, Katherine Walton, The Scout,The Forayers, Eutaw and Woodcraft, published 1935-1867. [Click on Link below to read review].
For October 2014 — White, Howard Ray, Bloodstains, An Epic History of the Politics that Produced and Sustained the American Civil War and the Political Reconstruction that Followed, Volume Two, The Demagogues, published in 2003. [Click Link to Read Review]
For September 2014 — The Colonial Novels of Inglis Fletcher (Organized around two time periods)
Inglis Fletcher, Novels of her Carolina Series: Men of Albemarle, Lusty Wind for Carolina, Roanoke Hundred, Bennett’s Welcome,Cormorants Brood and Wicked Lady, published 1942-1976. [Click Link to Read Review]
Inglis Fletcher, Historical Novels in the Carolina Series: Toil of the Brave, Queen’s Gift, The Scotswoman, The Wind in the Forestand Rogue’s Harbor, published 1942-1976. [Click Link to Read Review]
For August 2014 — White, Howard Ray, Bloodstains, An Epic History of the Politics that Produced and Sustained the American Civil War and the Political Reconstruction that Followed, Volume One, The Nation Builders, published in 2003. [Click Link to Read Review]
For July 2014 — Johnson, Ludwell H., North Against South: The American Iliad, 1848—1877, published in 1993. [Click Link to Read Review.]