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



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Titus, Henry Theodore: biographical sketch of, 105:591–92; Ky. Regiment, 105:588, 611

Titus, James, The Old Dominion at War: Society, Politics, and Warfare in Late Colonial Virginia: reviewed, 90:290–91

tobacco, 90:258, 270–72, 101:4; advertising for, 100:318, 325–26; and the Agricultural Adjustment Administration, 90:95; and antebellum Ky. agriculture, 89:180, 182–84, 189; Black Patch farming traditions, 89:266–86; Black Patch War, 89:377–99; brands, 100:311–12, 314–20, 322–27, 328; cigarette sales rep in Ky., 100:311–28; companies, 100:311, 313–14, 316–19, 322, 325–28; efforts to help tobacco farmers, 83:347–55; farming of in the central Ohio River Valley, 108:317–46; health studies on use of, 100:316, 319, 328; and John Breckinridge, 105:48–49; and Ky. economy, 100:312–13; and Populism, 78:221–24, 226–31, 233, 235–37; price stabilization of, 84:156–60; review essay on, 92:305–9; U.S. consumption of, 100:312–17; use of in Ky., 100:312, 316



Tobacco and Kentucky, by W. F. Axton: reviewed, 73:325

Tobacco and Slaves: The Development of Southern Colonies in the Chesapeake, 1680–1800, by Allan Kulikoff: reviewed, 85:79–81

Tobacco Growers Association, 89:388–90



Tobacco Harvest, an Elegy, by James Baker Hall and Wendell Berry: noted, 104:807–8

Tobacco Road (film), 96:125

Tobacco Road, by Erskine Caldwell, 108:330–31

Tobacco War: See Black Patch (Ky.)

Tobin, Hugh, 98:90

Tobin, Mary Ann, 99:265, 268

Tobin, Sherman, 94:408

Tobler, Ed, 90:97



To Build Our Lives Together: Community Formation in Black Atlanta, 1875–1906, by Allison Dorsey: reviewed, 102:253–55

To Conquer a Peace: The War Between the United States and Mexico, by John Edward Weems: reviewed, 72:409–10

Tocqueville, Alexis de, 70:1, 72:211, 319–21, 78:23–24, 80:369–70, 388, 82:2, 4, 12, 20; on race in America, 107:171–72

Tod, David, 71:427, 96:236, 333

Today's Health, 102:175

Todd, ——, 68:128

Todd, Alexander, 69:192

Todd, Ann, 76:218

Todd, Ann Maria, 69:190

Todd, Bambi Johnson, 102:70

Todd, Catharine Bodley, 69:192

Todd, Charles H., 97:184

Todd, Charles S., 76:274, 281–83, 86:343, 346, 349; aide to William Henry Harrison, 105:207; commendation of, 105:220; education of, 105:197–98; expedition against Pottawatamie Indians, 105:222–25; first Kentucky Colonel, 105:196; illus., 105:197; marriage of, 105:195, 221–22; political career of, 105:196; relationship with William Henry Harrison, 105:221; resignation from army, 105:226; social standing of, 105:204; during the War of 1812, 105:195–227, 212, 214, 216–18, 220, 225–26; during War of 1812, 105:226–27

Todd, David, 69:192, 76:277, 279, 281–82

Todd, Elizabeth, 69:190–91, 194–95

Todd, Elizabeth Humphreys, 69:192

Todd, Elodie Breck, 69:192

Todd, Emilie, 69:192

Todd, Frances, 69:190–91, 195

Todd, George D., 70:115

Todd, George R. C., 69:191

Todd, Hannah, 69:187

Todd, Harry Innes, 70:109, 114–16

Todd, Jane Briggs, 69:187

Todd, John, 69:190, 195, 72:396, 76:217, 281–82, 78:306, 79:306, 313, 81:4, 20, 83:212, 230, 88:158, 97:141, 149, 100:348; New Side Presbyterians, 106:188; relationship with David Rice, 106:170, 172–73, 177

Todd, Letita Shelby: illus., 105:223; marriage of, 105:195, 221–22

Todd, Levi, 68:54, 69:187–88, 190–91, 71:220, 83:213, 94:23, 29, 97:141; letters of, 76:216–22; memories of frontier Ky. agriculture, 107:31–32

Todd, Levi L., 76:274–75, 279, 281–82

Todd, Margaret, 69:191

Todd, Martha, 69:192

Todd, Mary Ann, 69:190–94, 196, 76:282, 307

Todd, Parson John, 81:120, 128

Todd, Robert, 68:119, 71:371, 72:40–41, 45, 76:281–82, 91:135; Daniel Boone's survey for, 102:553

Todd, Robert Jr., 76:239

Todd, Robert P., 69:190

Todd, Robert S., 69:187–91, 195, 76:274, 276, 281–82, 86:206, 106:489; death of, 106:474–75

Todd, Roger North, 76:282

Todd, Samuel, 69:190

Todd, Samuel B., 69:192, 76:274, 281–82

Todd, Thomas, 70:121–23, 71:172, 76:282, 91:135; correspondence with Charles S. Todd, 105:197–98, 206, 211–14, 224–26; marriages of, 105:205; relationship with Isaac Shelby, 105:222; support for William Henry Harrison, 105:201, 205

Todd, William, 70:122, 72:240

Todd County, Ky., 70:135, 72:117, 100:11, 14–15, 107:238, 260; African Americans in, 108:348; courthouses in, 70:335; and Jefferson Davis, 107:214, 219, 248–49, 257–58; literature in, 90:368–76

Todd David, 69:192

Todd family: and Abraham Lincoln, 106:467–68, 474–75, 110:306; Stephen Berry's treatment of, 106:467–69

Todd House (Lexington, Ky.), 103:61

Todd's Station, Ky., 69:187

Toebbe, Augustus M., 74:32

"'To Enhance the Value of the Land': Land Survey Legislation in the Jackson Purchase, 1820," by Marcia Brawner Smith, 91:386–402



To Have and to Hold: Marriage, the Baby Boom, and Social Change, by Jessica Weiss: reviewed, 100:110–12

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

"To Henry Clay" (poem), 100:54

"'To hue the line and let the chips fall where they may': J. Winston Coleman's Slavery Times in Kentucky Reconsidered," by John David Smith, 103:691–726

Tokyo, Japan, 95:178

Toland, John: Adolph Hitler, reviewed, 75:345–47; Infamy: Pearl Harbor and Its Aftermath, reviewed, 81:228–30; No Man's Land: 1918, The Last Year of the Great War, reviewed, 81:104–5

Tolbert, Lisa C.: book review by, 105:285–87



To Lead the Free World: American Nationalism and the Cultural Roots of the Cold War, by John Fousek: reviewed, 99:328–30

Toledo, Ohio, 104:8

"'To Lend You My Eyes . . .': The World War II Letters of Special Services Officer Harry Jackson," by Nancy Disher Baird, 88:287–317

To Live and Die: Collected Stories of the Civil War, 1861–1876, edited by Kathleen Diffley: reviewed, 100:229–30

Tolnay, Stewart: book review by, 109:260–62

Tolstoy, Leo, 96:355

Tolzmann, Don Heinrich, 98:182; ed., The First Description of Cincinnati and Other Ohio Settlements: The Travel Report of Johann Heckewelder, noted, 87:195

Tomahawk Hill (military base, Vietnam), 90:140, 148, 153, 157–59, 162

To Make A Home in Pioneer Cass County, Illinois, by Marjorie C. Taylor: noted, 79:96–97

Tombigbee River (Ala.), 74:293

Tomblin, Barbara Brooks: G. I. Nightingales: The Army Nurse Corps in World War II, reviewed, 95:211–12

Tomek, Beverly C.: Colonization and Its Discontents: Emancipation, Emigration, and Antislavery in Antebellum Pennsylvania, reviewed, 110:201–4

Tomes, Nancy: A Generous Confidence: Thomas Story Kirkbride and the Art of Asylum-Keeping, 1840–1883, reviewed, 84:218–19; and Lynn Gamwell, Madness in America: Cultural and Medical Perceptions of Mental Illness before 1914, noted, 95:118

Tomlinson, Everett: portrayal of Daniel Boone in Scouting with Daniel Boone, 102:519

Tomlinson, John, 69:117

Tomorrow Is Another Day: The Woman Writer in the South, 1859–1936, by Anne Goodwyn Jones: reviewed, 81:97–98

Tom Paine: A Political Life, by John Keane: reviewed, 93:474–76

Tompkins, Charles H., 97:19

Tompkins, Christopher, 71:169, 88:249

Tompkins, Daniel A., 68:372

Tompkinsville, Ky., 72:25, 75:128; John Hunt Morgan in, 108:22, 65–66

Tom's Creek (Floyd and Johnson counties, Ky.), 78:205

Toms Creek (Va.), 97:200

Tone, Andrea: Devices and Desires: A History of Contraceptives in America, reviewed, 100:412–13

Tone, Lawrence: War and Genocide in Cuba, 1895–1898, reviewed, 104:336–38

Tong, James S., 69:175

Tonn, Joan C.: Mary P. Follett: Creating Democracy, Transforming Management, reviewed, 101:528–29

Tonti, Henri de, 69:241–43, 245



Tontine (ship), 72:152

Tony, Sterling B., 69:148

Toombs, Robert, 72:58, 80:373; opposition to Jefferson Davis, 107:199; qualifications for president of the Confederate States of America, 101:419

Toomey, Laura, 82:253

"Toonerville Trolley" (cartoon), 77:112–16, 118, 120, 123–24; as political and social commentary, 77:124–26

Topas, George: The Iron Furnace: A Holocaust Survivor's Story, reviewed, 89:227

Topaz (horse), 100:485

Toplin, Robert Brent: book review by, 79:388–89; Reel History: In Defense of Hollywood, reviewed, 101:394–95

Topmiller, Robert J.: book reviews by, 95:114–15, 98:128–30, 102:449–52, 105:553–54, 106:153–55; illus., 102:342; Lotus Unleashed, The: The Buddhist Peace Movement in South Vietnam, 101:549–52; quoted, 102:283; Red Clay on My Boots: Encounters with Khe Sahn, 1968-2005, reviewed, 105:767–69

Topolobampo, Mexico, 70:349

Topping, Dale: and Eric Brothers, When Giants Roamed the Sky: Karl Arnstein and the Rise of Airships from Zeppelin to Goodyear, reviewed, 100:401–2

Topping, Dan, 82:384

Topping, Gary: book review by, 104:789–91

"Topping People, A": The Rise and Decline of Virginia's Old Political Elite, 1680-1790, by Emory G. Evans: reviewed, 107:429–31



To Raise Up the South: Sunday Schools in Black and White Churches, 1865–1915, by Sally G. McMillen: reviewed, 100:380–82

Tori, Elizabeth J., 99:274



Tornado: Nature's Ultimate Windstorm, by Thomas P. Grazulis: reviewed, 99:444–46

Torok, George D.: Guide to Historic Coal Towns of the Big Sandy River Valley, A, reviewed, 102:96–97

Toronto, Canada, 74:309–10, 108:17, 70; during Civil War, 108:92–94, 110:487; John S. Rarey in, 108:194

Torpedo Junction: U-Boat War off America's East Coast, 1942, by Homer H. Hickam Jr.: noted, 88:119–20

Torres, Raquel, 98:421

Torry, W. H., 69:335

To Save the Land and People: A History of Opposition to Surface Coal Mining in Appalachia, by Chad Montrie: reviewed, 101:118–20

To Secure the Liberty of the People: James Madison's Bill of Rights and the Supreme Court's Interpretation, by Eric T. Kasper: reviewed, 108:265–67

"To Shoot, Burn, and Hang": Folk-History from a Kentucky Mountain Family and Community, by David N. Rolph: reviewed, 93:214–15

Total War and the Law: The American Home Front During World War II, by Daniel R. Ernst and Victor Jew: reviewed, 101:378–79

To Teach, To Love, by Jesse Stuart: reviewed, 68:277–79

To the Battles of Franklin and Nashville and Beyond: Stablization and Reconstruction in Tennessee and Kentucky, 1864-1866, by Benjamin Franklin Cooling: reviewed, 109:469–71

To the Halls of the Montezumas: The Mexican War in the American Imagination, by Robert W. Johannsen: reviewed, 84:84–85

Touched by Fire: A Photographic Portrait of the Civil War: vol. 2, edited by William C. Davis, reviewed, 85:376–77

"'Touch of Kentucky News & State of Politicks, A': Two Letters of Levi Todd, 1784 and 1788," edited by Richard J. Cox, 76:216–22

Toulmin, Harry, 75:179–80, 77:81, 80:262, 81:125, 86:107, 92:13, 94:30

Tourgee, Albion, 96:337



Tourist Third Cabin: Steamship Travel in the Interwar Years, by Lorraine Coons and Alexander Varias: reviewed, 102:134–36

Tourtellot, Arthur Bernon: Benjamin Franklin: The Shaping of Genius, The Boston Years, reviewed, 76:162–64



Toussaint Louverture and the American Civil War: The Promise and Peril of a Second Haitian Revolution, by Matthew J. Clavin: reviewed, 108:308–11

"Toward a View of Abraham Lincoln's Trans-Appalachian World in Motion," by R. Darrell Meadows, 106:333–72



Toward Freedom Land: The Long Struggle for Racial Equality in America, by Harvard Sitkoff: reviewed, 109:128–30

Towboat On The Ohio, by James E. Casto: reviewed, 93:503–4

Tower, R. Lockwood: ed., A Carolinian Goes to War: The Civil War Narrative of Arthur Middleton Manigault, reviewed, 82:193–94; ed., Lee's Adjutant: The Wartime Letters of Colonel Walter Herron Taylor, 1862–1865, reviewed, 93:489–90

Towers, Frank: Urban South and the Coming of the Civil War, The, reviewed, 103:791–92

Towers over Kentucky: A History of Radio and Television in the Bluegrass State, by Francis M. Nash: noted, 93:511

Towery, Henry, 82:246, 250–52



To Western Woods: The Breckinridge Family Moves to Kentucky in 1793, by Hazel Dicken-Garcia: reviewed, 90:287–88

"To Win the Prize": The Story of the First Baptist Church at Williamsburg, Kentucky, 1833–1933, by Chester Raymond Young: noted, 82:318–19

Towler, Steve: and public school reform, 109:37, 45, 54

Town Creek (Lexington, Ky.), 94:27

Towne, Stephen E.: book reviews by, 106:100–101, 109:467–69; and Jay G. Heiser, eds., "'Everything is Fair in War': The Civil War Memoir of George A. 'Lightning' Ellsworth, Telegraph Operator for John Hunt Morgan," 108:3–110; memoir edited by, 108:1

Town Fork (Lexington, Ky.), 69:185

Town Fork Baptist Church (Lexington, Ky.), 106:214, 110:20

Town Forum: and public school reform, 109:51–53

Town Hill (Frankfort, Ky.), 103:473

"Town Making in the Era of Good Feelings: Kentucky, 1814–1820," by Stuart Seely Sprague, 72:337–41

Townsend, Camilla: book review by, 109:471–73

Townsend, Dorothy E.: Kentucky in American Letters, vol. 3, reviewed, 74:322, 323; The Life and Works of John Wilson Townsend, reviewed, 71:194–95

Townsend, Edward D., 69:112, 117–18

Townsend, George, 72:294

Townsend, Horatio, 108:176

Townsend, John Wilson, 72:308, 74:322, 80:79, 91:38, 103:47, 61; and the Book Thieves, 103:58; collection of, 68:291; introduced to Thomas D. Clark, 103:48; Ky. Historical Society, 101:23

Townsend, Mrs. Dorothy, 72:308

Townsend, N. A.: and the Destroyer Deal, 104:485

Townsend, Ruskin, Jr.: illus., 107:358

Townsend, William H., 68:289, 80:87, 103:60, 106:396; books of, 103:64; and the Book Thieves, 103:50; and Denton Offutt, 108:206; evaluation of J. Winston Coleman's Slavery Times in Kentucky manuscript, 103:711; friendship with John S. Chambers, 103:65; illus., 103:49, 711; Lincoln and the Bluegrass, 106:444; Lincoln and the Bluegrass: Slavery and Civil War Kentucky, noted, 88:369–70; Lincoln collection, 103:63; Lincoln scholarship of, 103:55–57; meeting with Carl Sandburg, 103:56; speech of, 103:64; Thomas D. Clark sketch of, 103:55–57

Townshend (Marchioness), 77:18

"Towns of King Coal," by Margaret Ripley Wolfe, 97:189–201

Toxic Drift: Pesticides and Health in the Post-World II South, by Pete Daniel: reviewed, 104:190–92

Toyoda, Shoichiro, 99:242

Toyota City, Japan, 99:242

Toyota Motor Corporation (Georgetown, Ky.), 93:339, 99:221–22, 232–33, 239–47, 267, 101:4; gift to Ky. Historical Society, 101:41; and Martha Layne Collins, 109:55

Trabue, Daniel, 76:243–44, 107:13

Trabue, Edmund F., 76:32

Trabue, James: and George Keats's home, 106:56, 65

Trabue, Reed: and Hall (Burkesville, Ky.), 94:400

Trabue, Robert P., 72:300, 304, 79:25, 88:281, 97:173

Trabulsky, Ayoub Bey: and John S. Rarey, 108:204

Trace Branch (Ky.), 68:112

Trace Creek Baptist Church (Symsonia, Ky.), 97:309

Tracey, William, 83:9–10

Tracing Your Roots: Ellen Epstein, 104:625



Traction in the Blue Grass: The Trolley and Interurban Lines of Lexington and Central Kentucky, by William M. Ambrose: reviewed, 105:680–81

Tracy, Harry, 89:384

Tracy, Jeptha, 84:386

"Trade Between Kentucky and the Lower South in Livestock and Hemp," by Thomas D. Clark, 103:207

Traders and Labor Assembly: and the Louisville woolen mills strike, 82:147–49

Tradewater River (Ky.), 74:62

Tradewater River (Tenn.), 69:239, 247, 259, 267

"Tradition, Community and Change: Barkley Dam and the Relocation of Eddyville and Kuttawa, 1950–1960," by Christopher R. Waldrep, 88:183–204



Traditional Architecture, by Hazel Spencer Phillips: reviewed, 69:399

Tragedy at Devil's Hollow and Other Haunting Tales from Kentucky, by Michael Paul Henson: noted, 83:170–71

Tragle, Henry Irving: The Southhampton Slave Revolt of 1831, reviewed, 70:149–51

Trahern, Wash, 91:290

Trahern, William, 91:273

Trail, Robert: "Livingston County, Kentucky—Stepping Stone to Illinois," 69:239–72

Trailing Clouds of Glory: Zachary Taylor's Mexican War Campaign and His Emerging Civil War Leaders, by Felice Flanery Lewis: reviewed, 107:594–95

Trail of Tears: and David Crockett, 102:507

Trail of the Conquistadores (US 90), 70:72

Trail of the Lonesome Pine, by John Fox Jr.: noted, 83:89

Trail of the Lonesome Pine, The (film), 98:373–76, 378, 379

Trait d'Union (Mexico City, Mexico), 68:172

Trammel family, 69:257

Trammell, Park, 94:257, 95:49

Trani, Eugene P.: and Donald E. Davis, The First Cold War: The Legacy of Woodrow Wilson in U.S.-Soviet Relations, reviewed, 100:543–44



Trans-Allegheny Pioneers, by John P. Hale: reviewed, 70:151–53

Transatlantic Connections: Nordic Migration to the New World After 1800, by Hans Norman and Harold Runblom: noted, 88:240

Transcontinental Treaty (1819), 107:568



Transcribing and Editing Oral History, by Willa K. Baum: reviewed, 76:315–16

Transformation of the Southeastern Indians, 1540–1760, The, edited by Robbie Ethridge and Charles Hudson: reviewed, 100:360–62

Transformation of Virginia, 1740–1790, by Rhys Isaac, 81:314–16

Transforming America: Politics and Culture during the Reagan Years, by Robert M. Collins: reviewed, 105:378–80

Transforming Environmentalism: Warren County, PCBs, and the Origins of Environmental Justice, by Eileen McGurty: reviewed, 105:566–68

Transportation Act (1920), 78:254



Transportation in Iowa: A Historical Summary, by William H. Thompson: noted, 88:493–94

Transylvania, Ky., 72:339

Transylvania Colony, 69:49, 71:471, 91:318; land claims of, 102:538; and Richard Henderson, 102:496

Transylvania Company, 68:117, 72:280, 391, 394–95, 75:172, 78:304, 306, 309, 83:203, 84:244, 90:2, 228, 100:430

Transylvania Preparatory School (Lexington, Ky.), 106:227

Transylvania Presbytery, 69:226, 102:30, 31; and Adam Rankin, 106:197–98; and James Blythe, 102:24; slavery controversy, 102:14, 25–28, 33; See Presbyterians

Transylvania Seminary (Lexington, Ky.), 68:64, 74:244

Transylvania: Tutor to the West, by John D. Wright Jr.: noted, 79:96; reviewed, 74:230, 231

Transylvania University (Lexington, Ky.), 68:213, 341, 368, 69:50, 59, 64, 66, 69, 184–85, 187, 191, 193–94, 217, 281, 291, 70:125–26, 134, 155, 240, 71:1, 9, 72:11, 95, 146, 155–59, 166, 169, 308, 73:337, 374–75, 74:300, 75:242, 287, 77:78, 78:208, 217, 80:187, 82:218–19, 221, 230, 83:54–55, 85:142, 160, 199–-200, 86:107–8, 88:454, 90:36, 92:255, 93:2, 86–87, 134, 193, 263, 95:417, 97:375, 377–79, 386, 391, 98:341, 405, 99:99, 107–8, 100:35, 40, 431, 435, 437–38, 102:13, 30–31, 105:576, 106:219, 229, 110:483; development of, 106:191–92; Henry Clay Jr. at, 106:6; high school girls' basketball at, 109:167; illus., 100:41, 106:220; and James Blythe, 102:16–17, 24; and Jefferson Davis, 107:215–16, 259; J. Winston Coleman collection at, 103:64, 706; library of, 71:226; main building, illus., 103:511; and Matthew Kennedy, 103:493, 503, 507–10; medical department, 76:235; medical hall, illus., 103:513; Medical School, 70:95; plan for main building, illus., 103:508–9; science and academic department of, 79:305–25; seminary, 74:244, 76:268; slavery at, 108:217; and the struggle for common schools, 82:215

Trapp, Claude W.: and the Book Thieves, 103:61; illus., 103:49, 711; sale of book collection, 103:63; scholarly interests of, 103:66; Thomas D. Clark sketch of, 103:57–58

Trapp, Leslie, 102:7



Trapped by Success: The Eisenhower Administration and Vietnam, 1953–1961, by David L. Anderson: reviewed, 89:426–28

Trapped ! The Story of Floyd Collins, by Robert K. Murray and Roger W. Brucker: noted, 81:339; reviewed, 78:262–64

Trappists: in Adair County, Ky., 97:359; in early Kentucky, 68:261–62

Trask, Benjamin H.: ed., Two Months in the Confederate States: An Englishman's Travels Through the South, by W. C. Corson, reviewed, 95:197–98

Trask, David F.: The War with Spain, reviewed, 81:101–3

Traum, Carolyn Hay: and Carolyn Clay Turner, John C. C. Mayo: Cumberland Capitalist, reviewed, 83:66–67

Trautwein, George Jacob, 75:231



Travel, 91:199

Traveler's Rest (home of Isacc Shelby), 72:280

Traveling Church, 73:332; destination of, illus., 103:91; migration to Ky., 108:333, 110:20; and Peter Durrett, 106:217; route of, illus., 103:87

"Traveling Church," by Thomas D. Clark, 103:75–92

"'Traveling Church': An Account of the Baptist Exodus from Virginia to Kentucky in 1781," by George W. Ranck, 79:240–65

Traveling South: Travel Narratives and the Construction of American Identity, by John D. Cox: reviewed, 103:556–58

Travellers Aid Society, 90:260



Travel on Southern Antebellum Railroads, 1828–1860, by Eugene Alvarez: reviewed, 73:422, 423

Travels in the Old South, edited by Thomas D. Clark, 103:206, 208; correspondence about, 103:221–23

Travels in the Old South—1783–1860. Selected from Periodicals of the Times, edited by Eugene L. Schwaab and Jacqueline Bull: reviewed, 72:297–99

"Travels of John Hanks: Recollections of a Kentucky Pioneer," by Harry G. Enoch, 92:131–48



Travels to Hallowed Ground: A Historian's Journey to the American Civil War, by Emory R. Thomas: reviewed, 86:84–85

Travis, O. M., 71:251

Travis, William Barret, 71:5, 8, 18–19, 22–25, 27–28, 97, 100, 104

Treacy, Barney J., 100:489

Treadway, Morgan J., 98:56–57, 59

Treat, Payson: The National Land System, 91:388



Treatment: The Story of Those Who Died in the Cincinnati Radiation Tests, The, by Martha Stephens: reviewed, 100:575–76

Treaty of Adrianople (1829), 107:566

Treaty of Doak's Stand (1820), 69:99

Treaty of Fort Stanix (1768), 72:395

Treaty of Fort Wise (1861), 95:233

Treaty of Ghent (1815), 72:337, 85:9, 94:354, 107:560–61

Treaty of Greenville (1795), 69:386

Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo: A Legacy of Conflict, by Richard Griswold del Castillo: reviewed, 89:92–93

Treaty of Hard Labor (1768), 72:395

Treaty of London (1827), 107:565

Treaty of Paris (1783), 71:130, 138, 73:340, 81:22, 91:257, 92:76, 105:249

Treaty of Paris (1803), 100:335

Treaty of Paris (1898), 98:68

Treaty of San Ildefonso (1800), 100:334

Treaty of San Lorenzo (1795), 106:358

Treaty of Sycamore Shoals (1775), 72:395

Treaty of Versailles (1919), 70:69, 78:255, 94:255–56, 258, 264, 95:29, 35, 50

Treba, Henry von, 69:344–45

Treble, Alexander, 72:26–27

Treckel, Paula A.: book reviews by, 88:466–67, 94:91–92

Tredegar Ironworks (Richmond, Va.): Abraham Lincoln statue at, 107:252

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