- George Francis Eogan: a retrospective by Geraldine Stout.
- An Elizabethan McCabe? by Brian McCabe.
- Navan: the Earl of Essex, Baroness de Ros and the Crown lands in the early 19th century by Timothy O'Neill.
- Newsnotworthrelating: the hanging of Walter Evers, 10 June 1642 by Joseph Byrne.
- Westmeat News: Gleanings from The Standard & River Plate News, Buenos Aires, 1870-76 by Edward Walsh.
- Kate Magee of Kilmainhamwood: mother of a Tasmanian political dynasty by Danny Cusack.
- Selling Bicycles in Meath in the late Victorian and Edwardian Era by Brian Griffin.
- St Patrick's College, Maynooth, the Irish language revival effort and the Meath-men who made their mark by Tracey Ní Mhaonaigh.
- Virginia Road Railway (1863 - 1963) - a Social History by John Smith.
- Emper: A Westmeath Rural Parish and its People in 1901 by Seán Byrne.
- A shooting and hostage taking in a time of Truce and Treaty by Noel French.
- The files of the Special Infantry Corp and Meath, 1923 by John Connolly.
- 'Back to the Land': agrarian agitation and activism for land redistribution in County Meath, 1918 - 1923 by Aidan Gilsenan.
- A Look Back at Royal Meath - Donnchadh Ó Meachair's Short History of Meath by Frank Cogan.
|Reviewer||Author and Book Title|
|Una Palcic||Aidan Clarke, 1641 Depositions, Volume V, Kildare & Meath|
|Tom French||Navan and District Historical Society, Navan Its People and Its Past|
|Thomas Earls Fitzgerald||Miles Dungan, Four Killings, Land Hunger, Murder and Family in the Irish Revolution|
|Thomas Earls Fitzgerald||Jim O'Leary, The Robinstown Affair: A War of Independence Story|
|Frank Cogan||Fiona Murray and Eda Saggara, The Men and Women of the Anglo-Irish Treaty Delegations 1921|
|John Bruton||Peter Connell (in association with Mary Hayes), Eamon Duggan, Counsel to the Revolution|
|Joe Mooney||Charles M. Carletta, For the Grass of a Cow: Marion Tiernan's Irish Ancestors from Co. Meath to St Lawrence County, New York 1820 - 1999|
|Joe Mooney||Bonnie Davidson Miller, Darlene K. Edwards, Three Emigrants from Cloughrea: The Stories of Jack, Julia, Anne and Mary Matthews: their birthplace, their lives, their descendants and Ancestors|