The preview I have states, as follows:
William Whittle, THE VOYAGE OF THE CSS SHENANDOAH: A MEMORABLE CRUISE; April 2005; 272 pages, illustrated, index; University of Alabama; $45.
The original journal is in the possession of Mary Whittle Chapman. A 44-paged introduction, by D. Alan Harris and Anne B. Harris, is included in the volume. I assume that they are the editors.
My understanding of the accounts by personnel of the Navies is that senior officers tended to restrict their accounts to those within their own league, so there may be very little mention of junior or warrant officers, and even less so of the enlisted sailors. I would be very surprised if there is any mention of many of the enlisted personnel. Hopefully I am wrong in this respect, as I would much rather prefer knowing the everyday activities of these enlisted personnel - where they came from, their deeds and misdeeds, and anything at all relating to their lives. The biographies of the officers are usually covered in more detail elsewhere, but the enlisted sailors need a lot more coverage. They were also human, too!!