- Gulf Coast Album: a journey in historic photographs 1899-2011 from New Orleans across the Mississippi Gulf Coast to Mobile (2011)
- Down South with the Dixie Press (2006)
- Hurricanes of the Mississippi Gulf Coast (1986)
- The Mississippi Gulf Coast: a Portrait of a People: an illustrated history (1985)
Charles L. Sullivan is an archivist and historian. He is a fifth generation Mississippian who earned his academic degrees from the University of Southern Mississippi and completed course work for his Ph.D. at the University of Mississippi. He grew up in Natchez, Mississippi, and has taught at the Perkinston Campus of Mississippi Gulf Coast Junior College where he is currently the chairman of the Social Studies Department. Sullivan has published articles for New Orleans Magazine, Mississippi Magazine, and The Journal of Mississippi History. His books include Hurricanes of the Mississippi Gulf Coast (1986) and The Mississippi Gulf Coast: Portrait of a People (1985). In addition, he created and edited a series of books and videocassettes entitled Mississippi: A View of the Magnolia State.
He is a member of Beauvoir Camp of the Sons of Confederate Veterans, on the Board of Directors of the Mississippi Historical Society, and a member of the Gulf Coast Historical and Genealogical Society. In his spare time Mr. Sullivan avidly participates in Civil War re-enactments. He lives in Perkinston, Mississippi.