Index for the Register Volumes 68-110 (1970-2012)



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Index for the Register

Volumes 68-110 (1970-2012)



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A&M College (Lexington, Ky.), 96:55–58

A & P Store (Covington, Ky.): desegregation of, 109:382

Aaron, Ky.: and Garlin M. Conner, 110:67, 70, 87



Aaron Burr: The Years from Princeton to Vice President, 1756–1805, by Milton Lomask: reviewed, 79:82–84

Abbeville, N.C., 75:137

Abbey, M. E., 93:289

Abbey, Richard: and Keats family, 106:49–50, 53–54

Abbot, W. W.: ed., The Papers of George Washington: Confederation Series, vol. 4, April 1786–January 1787, reviewed, 94:183–84

Abbott, B. A., 74:117

Abbott, Dorothy: Thomas D. Clark letter to, 103:400

Abbott, Edith, 93:32

Abbott, Grace, 93:32

Abbott, H. P. Almon, 90:281

Abbott, Martin: book reviews by, 70:325–26, 71:108–9, 72:55–56

Abbott, Richard H.: Cobbler in Congress: The Life of Henry Wilson, 1812–1875, reviewed, 71:114–17; For Free Press and Equal Rights: Republican Newspapers in the Reconstruction South, reviewed, 103:803–5; The Republican Party and the South, reviewed, 85:89–91



ABC of Early Americana, by Eric Sloane, 72:65

A'Beckett, Gilbert Abbot: Comic History of England, 77:115

Abell, Alethia: See Spalding, Alethia Abell

Abell, Margaret, 68:263

Abell, Robert, 68:263

Abell, Robert A., 68:263, 108:221

Abercrombie, Mary, 90:252

Abernathy, Greg: Deborah White, Ellis L. Laudermilk, and Marc Evans, eds., Kentucky's Natural Heritage: An Illustrated Guide to Biodiversity, noted, 108:169

Abernathy, Jeff: To Hell and Back: Race and Betrayal in the American Novel, reviewed, 101:558–60

Abernathy, Ralph David, 99:29

Abernethy, Thomas P., 71:69, 86, 450, 80:145, 149, 91:299

Abiding Faith: A Sesquicentennial History of Providence, Kentucky, 1840–1990, by James Duane Bolin: noted, 89:118

Abilene, Kans., 105:463

Abingdon, Va., 71:402, 72:210, 74:244, 75:134, 93:273–74; during Civil War, 108:78, 83, 109

Abingdon Presbytery (Va., Tenn.), 80:279

abolitionism, 77:6–8, 89, 96:224–25, 228–29; and Abraham Lincoln, 106:460; history of, 107:165; issue in Ky., 110:266–91; and John G. Fee, 105:619–21; John T. Harrington's opinion of, 105:665; opposition to filibustering, 105:572; in Washington, D.C., 68:132–46; and William Andrew Jackson, 107:167–69

"Abolitionism in Kentucky," by Wallace B. Turner, 69:319–38



Abolitionists Remember: Antislavery Autobiographies and the Unfinished Work of Emancipation, by Julie Roy Jeffrey: reviewed, 107:450–52

Above and Beyond: A History of the Medal of Honor from the Civil War to Vietnam, by editors of Boston Publishing Company: noted, 84:453

Abraham, Henry J.: Justices and Presidents: A Political History of Appointments to the Supreme Court, noted, 84:453–54

Abraham, Herbert, 90:353

Abraham, Jo Walder, 90:353

Abraham, Mr.—, 81:388, 394, 397, 401, 403–4

Abraham and Mary Lincoln, by Kenneth J. Winkle: listed, 110:609

Abraham Lincoln, by James M. McPherson, 106:461

Abraham Lincoln, Constitutionalism, and Equal Rights in the Civil War Era, by Herman Belz: reviewed, 96:201–3

Abraham Lincoln, Contemporary: An American Legacy, edited by Frank J. Williams and William D. Pederson: reviewed, 94:182–83

Abraham Lincoln, Esq.: The Legal Career of America's Greatest President, edited by Roger Billings and Frank J. Williams: reviewed, 109:221–23

Abraham Lincoln, His Story in His Own Words, by Ralph C. Newman: reviewed, 73:426–28

Abraham Lincoln: A Life, by Michael Burlingham: review essay, 106:448–56

Abraham Lincoln: Amerikas großer Präsident: Eine Biographie, by Jorg Nägler, 106:441–43

"Abraham Lincoln: An African American Perspective," by J. Blaine Hudson, 106:513–35



Abraham Lincoln and a New Birth of Freedom: The Union and Slavery in the Diplomacy of the Civil War, by Howard Jones: reviewed, 98:431–32

Abraham Lincoln and Horace Greeley, by Gregory A. Borchard: listed, 110:610

Abraham Lincoln and Robert Burns: Connected Lives and Legends, by Ferenc Morton Szasz: reviewed, 107:112–16

Abraham Lincoln and the American Political Tradition, edited by John L. Thomas: reviewed, 85:181–83

"Abraham Lincoln and the Danville Farmer: The President-Elect Discusses Policy with a Kentuckian," by Mark J. Stegmaier, 106:409–32



Abraham Lincoln and the Quakers, by Daniel Bassuk: noted, 86:99

"Abraham Lincoln and the Register," by R. Darrell Meadows, 106:297–305



Abraham Lincoln and the Second American Revolution, by James M. McPherson, 108:316; reviewed, 89:411–12

Abraham Lincoln and White America, by Brian R. Dirck: reviewed, 110:599–602

Abraham Lincoln: A Press Portrait, edited by Herbert Mitgang: noted, 88:490

Abraham Lincoln as a Man of Ideas, by Allen C. Guelzo: review essay, 106:463–67

Abraham Lincoln Bicentennial Commission, 107:238, 253, 259–60

Abraham Lincoln Birthplace National Historic Site Bicentennial Workshop (KHS), 106:303

Abraham Lincoln Encyclopedia, The, by Mark E. Neely Jr.: reviewed, 81:79–81

Abraham Lincoln: His Speeches and Writings, by Roy P. Basler, 73:195

Abraham Lincoln in Kentucky Literature, by Willard Rouse Jillson, 72:307

Abraham Lincoln Library and Museum (Harrogate, Tenn.): Thomas Lincoln cupboard at, 106:484



Abraham Lincoln: Public Speaker, by Waldo W. Braden: reviewed, 87:457–58

Abraham Lincoln: Redeemer President, by Allen C. Guelzo: reviewed, 98:429–34

Abraham Lincoln: Sources and Style of Leadership, edited by Frank J. Williams, William D. Pederson, and Vincent J. Marsale, 81:386; reviewed, 93:341–42

Abraham Lincoln: Theologian of American Anguish, by Elton Trueblood: reviewed, 72:422–23

Abraham Lincoln: The Prairie Years, by Carl Sandburg, 106:448

Abraham Lincoln: The Quest for Immortality, by Dwight G. Anderson: reviewed, 82:188–89

Abraham Lincoln: The War Years, by Carl Sandburg, 106:448

Abrahams, Roger, 73:71

Abram, Job, 75:138

Abram, Morris B., 99:41

Abrams, Douglas Carl: book review by, 102:131–33

Abrams, Regina, 89:63

Abramson, Jeffrey: We, the Jury: The Jury System and the Ideal of Democracy, reviewed, 94:212–13

Absalom, Absalom! by William Faulkner, 69:95, 84:343

Absentee Landowning & Exploitation in West Virginia, 1760–1920, by Barbara Rasmussen: reviewed, 93:490–92

Absolute Massacre: The New Orleans Race Riot of July 30, 1866, by James G. Hollandsworth Jr.: reviewed, 99:315–17

Abstract of Early Kentucky Wills and Inventories, by J. Estelle Stewart King, 68:281

Abyssinian Baptist Church (New York, N.Y.), 109:321

Abzug, Robert H.: and Stephen E. Maizlish, eds., New Perspectives on Race and Slavery in America: Essays in Honor of Kenneth M. Stampp, reviewed, 85:174–76

Acacia, John: Clark Clifford: The Wise Man of Washington, reviewed, 109:269–71



Academicians in Government from Roosevelt to Roosevelt, by Paul B. Cook: reviewed, 81:224–25

Academy and College: The History of the Woman's College of Furman University, by Judith T. Bainbridge: reviewed, 99:412–13

Academy Awards, 98:368, 370–71, 423

Academy of Philadelphia (Philadelphia, Pa.), 105:255–56

Academy of St. Vincent (Union County, Ky.), 68:263

Accomack County, Va., 69:44, 162, 70:25

Accord, Irene: illus., 107:358

Acheson, Dean, 77:33–34, 45, 82:29, 33, 102:315, 104:431–32, 459

Acheson and Empire: The British Accent in American Foreign Policy, by John T. McNay: reviewed, 100:249–50

Achievement of Robert Penn Warren, by James H. Justus: reviewed, 81:81–82

Acker, Caroline Jean: Creating the American Junkie: Addiction Research in the Classic Era of Narcotic Control, reviewed, 101:185–87

Acklen, Adelicia, 93:84

acroosteolysis: at B. F. Goodrich plant in Louisville, Ky., 102:159–69



Across a Great Divide: Continuity and Change in Native North American Societies, 1400-1900, by Laura L. Scheiber and Mark D. Mitchell: reviewed, 108:257–59

Across Fortune's Tracks: A Biography of William Rand Kenan Jr., by Walter E. Campbell: reviewed, 95:110–11

Across the Years: Memories of a Virginian, by Virginius Dabney: reviewed, 77:239–40

"Act and Testimony," by Robert J. Breckinridge, 72:325–30

Action for Appalachian Youth, 107:377, 381

Acton, John Emerich Edward, 85:157



Actors, Audiences, & Historic Theatres of Kentucky, by Marilyn Casto: reviewed, 99:81–82

Actors Theatre (Louisville, Ky.): lobby of, 106:60



Acts of God: The Unnatural History of Natural Disaster in America, by Ted Steinberg: reviewed, 99:442–44

Acuff, Roy, 80:175

Adair, John, 69:90, 71:158, 161, 164–65, 171, 332, 72:86, 77:95, 99, 103–4, 78:17, 82:121, 215, 218, 233, 88:246, 100:341; on education, 82:217

Adair County, Ky., 71:411, 90:328, 98:396, 399; courthouses in, 70:335; free African Americans in, 109:299; school integration, 101:254–55; Trappists in, 97:359

Adairville, Ky., 72:13

Adam, John D.: "The Berea College Mission to the Mountains: Teacher Training, the Normal Department, and Rural Community Development," 110:33–66



Adams (Union transport ship), 74:6

Adams, Abigail, 72:403, 73:77

Adams, Alexander E., 71:302

Adams, Captain—, 108:106

Adams, Catherine Neuman: and Fred G. Neuman, The Story of Paducah, noted, 78:296

Adams, Della: and Lewis H. Carlson, eds., Clarence Adams, An American Dream: The Life of an African American Soldier and POW Who Spent Twelve Years in Communist China, reviewed, 106:144–45

Adams, Elvira, 93:138

Adams, Elyah, 70:220

Adams, George, 76:103–5, 88:18

Adams, George Rollie: General William S. Harney: Prince of Dragoons, reviewed, 100:77–78

Adams, George W., 91:269

Adams, Green, 83:125, 88:18

Adams, Henry, 81:368–69; on effect of Civil War, 109:72–73; Louisville, Ky., 109:310

Adams, Henry Carter, 70:181

Adams, James, 88:410, 91:283

Adams, James A., 83:127

Adams, Jesse E., 83:193

Adams, John, 70:21–22, 25, 27–31, 33–34, 37, 41, 71:462, 72:430, 73:64, 77, 74:273, 79:306, 80:277, 83:178, 95:42, 350, 100:55, 311–12, 341–43, 345, 424, 471, 101:293, 296, 105:48, 272–73, 107:244, 256; attitude to slavery, 101:283–84; illus., 101:283; and John Thayer, 101:283–84, 289; opposition to in Ky., 101:290

Adams, John A., 69:58

Adams, John Quincy, 69:164, 70:123–24, 71:3, 445–46, 72:144, 153, 168, 182, 209, 280–81, 408, 419, 73:242, 244, 246, 250, 253–57, 263, 267, 360, 374, 74:51, 55, 75:299–300, 318–19, 76:282–83, 78:124, 128, 130–31, 80:200, 82:21, 74–75, 85:6, 9–10, 13, 27–28, 86:330, 88:253, 91:287, 94:355, 361, 100:55, 442, 451, 465, 471, 107:552; and Andrew Jackson, 100:452; election of 1824, 102:504–5; foreign policy of, 107:575–76; George C. Herring's estimate of, 102:309–10; and Henry Clay, 100:444–45, 447, 449–50, 107:552–57; and John Tyler, 100:461–62; Memoirs, 75:296; and the Panama Congress, 107:557–59; and trade with British West Indies, 107:560–64; Transcontinental Treaty of, 107:568; U.S. relations with Mexico, 107:567

Adams, Joyce: and high school girls' basketball, 109:169–70, 174, 185–86

Adams, Luther J., 109:370–71, 373, 397; "African American Migration to Louisville in the Mid-Twentieth Century," 99:363–84; book review by, 107:618–19

Adams, Michael C. C., 92:260, 262; The Best War Ever: America and World War II, reviewed, 92:337–38; book reviews by, 80:107–9, 81:215–16, 82:93–94, 84:432–33, 85:271–72, 86:290–91, 87:175–76, 88:231–32, 89:221, 419–20, 90:309, 396–97, 93:106–7, 96:101–2, 98:120–22, 217–18, 298–99; The Great Adventure: Male Desire and the Coming of World War I, reviewed, 89:318–19; "The Historian Humbly Declines to Have A Nice Day: Thoughts on the Role of the Historian in Contemporary Society," 92:400–410; "'When the Man Knows Death': The Civil War Poems of Nathaniel Southgate Shaler," 96:1–28

Adams, Randolph G.: manuscript collection of, 103:60

Adams, Richard, 70:222

Adams, R. J. Q.: ed., The Great War, 1914–18: Essays on the Military, Political, and Social History of the First World War, reviewed, 89:419–20

Adams, Sam, 78:298

Adams, Samuel, 73:64

Adams, Sherman: scandal of, 105:471

Adams, Silas, 71:296

Adams, Simon, 68:57

Adams, S. M., 70:99, 100, 106

Adams, Virginia Matzke: ed., On the Altar of Freedom: A Black Soldier's Civil War Letters from the Front, reviewed, 90:300–301

Adams, William Taylor: Civil War book series, 102:388–89

Adams, Wirt, 74:293–94

Adams County, Ohio, 69:227

Adams Express Company (Mass.), 70:19, 91:378

Adam's Landing (Fulton County, Ky.), 77:28

Adams-Onis treaty (1819), 73:250, 253 see also Transcontinental Treaty

Adams Women: Abigail & Louisa Adams, Their Sisters and Daughters, by Paul C. Nagel: reviewed, 86:380–82

Adaptable South: Essays in Honor of George Brown Tindall, edited by Elizabeth Jocoway et al.: reviewed, 91:229–30

Adath Israel (Louisville, Ky.), 110:167–69, 174; new building of, 110:178

Addams, Jane, 85:239, 261, 90:346, 93:32, 96:354

"Address by The Honorable Julian M. Carroll," 74:152–55



Address to the People of Pennsylvania Containing a Narrative of the Proceedings against John Nicholson: (1790), 70:323

Adeleke, Tunde: book review by, 106:75–77

Adet, Pierre, 70:22

Adjusted Service Compensation Act (1936), 75:304

Adkins, John: Daniel Boone's survey for, 102:545–46

Adkins, Long-John: in the District of Columbia, 68:132–46; family of, 68:225; "Letters to the Editor," 68:70–80

Adkinson, Kandie: book review by, 92:80–81

"Adlai E. Stevenson's Campaign Visits to Kentucky in 1892," by Leonard Schlup, 75:112–20

Adler, Louis: Civil War service of, 110:170

Adler, Mortimer J., 74:151

Adler, Rosenfield, and Strauss (Louisville, Ky.): clothing firm of, 110:176

Adler, Thomas A.: book review by, 83:273–74



Administrative History of Kentucky Courts to 1850, by William C. Richardson: noted, 82:318

Adolph Hitler, by John Toland: reviewed, 75:345–47

Adomanis, James F.: book review by, 108:272–74



Advancing Democracy: African Americans and the Struggle for Access and Equity in Higher Education in Texas, by Amilcar Shabazz: reviewed, 102:270–71

Adventists, 69:38



Adventures in Good Cooking, by Duncan Hines, 97:27, 31

Adventures in Good Eating, by Duncan Hines, 97:30, 33, 35–36, 40–41

"Adventures in Good Eating: Duncan Hines of Kentucky," by Emma S. Weigley, 97:27–41

"Adventures of Col. Daniel Boon," by John Filson, 88:374

Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, by Mark Twain, 72:134, 73:197

Advice After Appomattox: Letters to Andrew Johnson, 1865–1866, edited by Brooks D. Simpson: noted, 86:407–8

Advocacy & Objectivity: A Crisis in the Professionalization of American Social Science, 1865–1905, by Mary O. Furner: reviewed, 74:66–68

Aeschbacher, W. D.: book reviews by, 72:171–72, 73:199–200



Affairs of Honor: National Politics in the New Republic, by Joanne B. Freeman: reviewed, 100:71–73

Affluent Society, The, by John Kenneth Galbraith, 107:301

Afghanistan: analogy of Vietnam War, 102:355; and Operation Enduring Freedom, 110:157; oral history in, 104:666; war in, 109:66

AFL-CIO: danger of vinyl chloride, 102:179–80

Africa: and African American colonization, 74:192, 106:314; during the Cold War, 110:157; culture of, 110:301; emerging nations of, 107:230; slavery in, 107:190–91; during World War II, 110:71–72



Africa: History of a Continent, by Basil Davidson: reviewed, 71:309–11

African American Communities Project, 103:739

African American Educational Convention (1873), 98:156

African American Environmental Thought: Foundations, by Kimberly K. Smith: reviewed, 105:346–48

African American Experience during World War II, The, by Neil A. Wynn: reviewed, 109:130–32

African American Life in the Post-Emancipation South, 1861–1900, vol. 10, African Americans and Education in the South, 1865–1900, edited by Donald G. Nieman: reviewed, 92:428–29

African American Methodist Church (Covington, Ky.), 98:161

"African American Migration to Louisville in the Mid-Twentieth Century," by Luther J. Adams, 99:363–84

African American Miners and Migrants: The Eastern Kentucky Social Club, by Thomas E. Wagner and Phillip J. Obermiller: reviewed, 104:293–95

African American Orphan's Home (Lexington, Ky.), 98:6



African Americans, 69:150, 170–71, 248, 332, 84:350, 90:115; and Abraham Lincoln, 106:307–32, 513–35; and agriculture, 104:612–13; during American Revolution, 107:187–88; attitudes toward, 99:53, 56, 58, 64–68; as attorneys, 98:174–75; and Axis POWs, 105:437–38; Berea College, 83:237–69, 98:1–22, 105:617; in Boyle County, Ky., 87:426–38; businesses of, 99:372–74; at Camp Nelson, 85:29–45; and causes of poverty, 107:351–52, 367; in Christian County, 99:8, 9, 16–20; in Cincinnati, Ohio, 105:641; The Civilian Conservation Corps and Mammoth Cave National Park, 93:446–64; civil rights protests in Ky., 109:351–93; Civil War, 69:106–7, 116, 120, 378–80, 383, 388, 101:457–78, 102:397, 103:682–83, 105:54–55, 109:67–68, 110:239, 422–24, 464–67, 492–95, 503–7, 526–27; coal miners in Harlan County, Ky., 107:506; colonization of, 77:263–65, 80:281, 296–97, 106:458–60, 462, 522–26, 529–30, 571–72, 574, 579, 582, 584; compensated emancipation, 106:461–64, 470, 525–26, 571, 574–76, 579–84, 600–603; and the Confederate flag, 107:229–30; in Corbin, Ky., 100:293–310; and the criminal code, 102:366–67; education of, 71:225–52, 88:318–34, 99:370, 109:327–50; emancipation of, 107:533, 535, 542–43; employment opportunities for, 99:363, 365; and the family of John G. Fee, 105:617, 621, 624–25, 654–55; Fayette County, school integration in, 101:243–74; and the Fifteenth Amendment, 107:547–48; film depiction of, 98:369, 370; free African Americans in antebellum Louisville, Ky., 109:295–326; free blacks, 69:319, 323, 329; and the Green v. Gould case, 105:383–416; historiography on, 89:338–61, 91:65–75, 109:283–94; history of racial attitudes toward, 106:323–26; integration of baseball, 82:373–80, 386, 99:113–21; Isaac E. Black and African American experience in Kentucky, 1848–1914, 98:155–77, 241–59; in the Jackson Purchase, 110:503–31; in Kentucky after World War II, 104:515; and Kentucky high school basketball, 109:433–65; in Ky., 109:283–465; and Ky. civil rights legislation (1964–66), 99:8, 26–28, 33–34, 45–48; on Ky. frontier, 82:353–54, 95:121–34, 102:465–70, 480, 481–82, 106:351–54, 360, 107:29–30; in Ky. General Assembly, 99:63, 271–73, 364–65, 371, 374–76, 384; and the L&N Railroad, 82:65–71, 117–18; legal testimony issue, 71:29–50; legislators from Ky., 110:533–57; in Lexington, Ky., 71:253–71, 89:147–78, 106:191, 194, 198, 205, 216–17, 222, 225–28; at Locust Grove (Louisville, Ky.), 96:167–91; and the Lost Cause ideology, 107:242; in Louisville, Ky., 72:111–13, 115, 117, 121, 123–27, 129–30, 132, 78:39–54, 228, 235, 89:346–48, 93:159–79, 98:155–57, 175, 99:363–64, 104:695, 107:56, 69–70, 109:298, 303–4, 304–7, 315–21, 370–76, 395–431; Melungeon ancestry, 102:214, 221; migrations of, 99:367, 100:301, 106:358–62, 107:340, 353–54; and minstrelsy, 93:290–91; as musicians, 98:401–3; oral history projects, 104:610–13; in Paducah, Ky., 97:305–7, 311–12, 315, 102:191; percentage of Ky. population, 98:243; and race law in Ky., 90:165–82; racial attitudes in central Kentucky, 105:386–89; and racial politics in Bourbon County, Ky., 108:347–80; and railroads, 98:241–59, 288–89, 105:383–416; recruitment during American Revolution, 107:188; recruitment during Civil War, 72:364–90, 77:7–9, 106:439, 454, 463–68, 470, 477, 589–92, 598–600, 107:158–59, 185–88, 228, 543; removal from Corbin, 100:293–310; research by George C. Wright, 89:339–61; and rural poverty, 107:361–63, 365; school desegregation, 84:414–16, 419–26, 105:3–32; segregation and, 93:159–79, 99:57, 114–15, 368–69, 379–80; and the Separate Coach Law, 98:241–59; and slave politics in Ky., 110:293–95; slavery, 87:2–7, 16–19, 89:190–96, 91:403–19, 96:167–91, 99:145–49; slavery and Jesuits in Ky., 108:213–49; slavery on Ky. frontier, 92:1–23; soldiers in Civil War, 69:383, 388; special issue of the Register of the Kentucky Historical Society, 109:283–465; stereotypes of, 100:296, 302; suffrage for, 72:111–33, 106:511–12; violence against, 100:293–310; voting rights of, 69:176, 99:14, 251, 379; and the Watts riot, 107:349, 352, 356, 385; whipping issue, 100:15–27; William English Walling, 96:351–76; the Will Lockett lynch mob, 84:263–79; during World War II, 100:131, 101:302; worship practices of, 98:400–401; See alsoblack history; slavery

"African Americans on the Kentucky Frontier," by Marion B. Lucas, 95:121–34



African-American Women: A Biographical Dictionary, edited by Dorothy C. Salem: noted, 92:126

African Methodist Episcopal Church, 110:547; West Kentucky Conference, 109:349

African Methodist Episcopal Church (Lexington, Ky.), 106:225

African Methodist Episcopal Church (Nicholasville, Ky.), 110:322

African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church (Louisville, Ky.), 109:371, 110:545

African Methodist Zion Church (Frankfort, Ky.), 72:115



African Repository, 71:226, 73:220

African Republic, An: Black and White Virginians in the Making of Liberia, by Marie Tyler-McGraw: reviewed, 105:703–5

Afrika Korps: POWs at Fort Benning, Ga., illus., 105:440, 444; POWS from in Ky., 100:134



Afro-American Sources in Virginia: A Guide to Manuscripts, by Michael Plunkett: noted, 89:237

After Brown: The Rise and Retreat of School Desegregation, by Charles T. Clotfelter: reviewed, 102:440–44

After Franklin: The Emergence of Autobiography in Post-Revolutionary America, 1780–1830, by Stephen Carl Arch: reviewed, 100:365–66

After Redemption: Jim Crow and the Transformation of African American Religion in the Delta, 1875-1915, by John Giggie: reviewed, 105:720–22

After Secession: Jefferson Davis and the Failure of Confederate Nationalism, by Paul D. Escott: reviewed, 78:82–84

After the Dream: Black and White Southerners since 1965, by Timothy J. Minchin and John A. Salmond : reviewed, 109:504–6

After Wilson: The Struggle for the Democratic Party, 1920–1934, by Douglas B. Craig: reviewed, 91:358–60

Afton, Okla., 68:150

Agassiz, Louis, 80:410–12, 422

Agay, Denes, Best Loved Songs of the American People: reviewed, 74:69–70

Agee, James, 84:176

Agents of Manifest Destiny: The Lives and Times of the Filibusters, by Charles H. Brown: reviewed, 79:86–87

Age of Federalism: The Early American Republic, 1788–1800, by Stanley Elkins and Eric McKitrick: reviewed, 92:321–22

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