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



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"Urban Reform in Sin City: The George Ratterman Trial and the Election of 1961 in Northern Kentucky," by Jason G. Shearer, 98:343–65



Urban South: A Bibliography, compiled by Catherine L. Brown: and the Council of the Southern Mountains, 88:244

Urban South: A History, by Lawrence H. Larsen: reviewed, 89:220

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

Urban Workshops: and the Council of the Southern Mountains, 107:346; critique of, 107:349–50

Urgartichea, Colonel ——, 71:103

Urness, Carol: and John Parker, eds., The American Revolution: A Heritage of Change, reviewed, 75:161–64

Urofsky, Melvin I., 75:256; American Zionism from Herzl to Holocaust, 73:429–30; The Continuity of Change: The Supreme Court and Individual Liberties, 1953–1985, noted, 89:435–36; and David W. Levy, eds., "Half Brother, Half Son": The Letters of Louis D. Brandeis to Felix Frankfurter, reviewed, 90:312–13; and David W. Levy, eds., Letters of Louis D. Brandeis, vol. 2 (1907–1912): People's Attorney, reviewed, 71:218–19; and David W. Levy, eds., Letters of Louis D. Brandeis, vol. 4 (1916–1921): Mr. Justice Brandeis, reviewed, 74:236–38; and David W. Levy, eds., The Family Letters of Louis D. Brandeis, reviewed, 100:505–6; and David W. Levy, Letters of Louis D. Brandeis: vol. 1 (1870–1907): Urban Reformer, reviewed, 70:148–49; and David W. Levy, Letters of Louis D. Brandeis, vol. 5 (1921–1941): Elder Statesman, reviewed, 78:167–69; Division and Discord: The Supreme Court under Stone and Vinson, 1941–1953, reviewed, 95:328–30; Louis D. Brandeis: A Life, reviewed, 107:422–23

Urrea, Jose, 81:242–43

Ursuline Convent (New Orleans, La.), 103:502

US 40: A Roadscape of the American Experience, by Thomas J. Schlereth: noted, 84:341

U.S. Air Force, 73:335

U.S. Air Force Academy (Colorado Springs, Col.), 99:124

U.S. Air Service, 99:137

U.S. Army, 71:140, 147, 317, 440, 72:295, 364, 384, 390, 105:423, 107:551; Kentuckians in during World War II, 100:131–39; runs Axis POW camps in Ky. during World War II, 100:139–65; and World War II POW camps, 105:418

U.S. Army Air Force, 100:196; production of planes for during World War II, 100:167–70, 177–93



U.S. Army and Counterinsurgency in the Philippine War, 1899–1902, by Brian McAllister Linn: reviewed, 88:227–28

U.S. Army Armor Training Center (Fort Knox, Ky.), 110:154

U.S. Army Center of Military History (Washington, D.C.), 99:138

U.S. Army Command and General Staff College (Fort Leavenworth, Kans.), 99:124, 130

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, 69:398, 72:258, 97:49–52, 54–55, 57, 71–72, 82

U.S. Army Engineering Corps, 75:233, 80:132, 421, 92:71, 96:271, 278



U.S. Army in the War of 1812: An Operational and Command Study, by Robert S. Quimby: reviewed, 96:397–99

U.S. Army in the West, 1870–1880: Uniforms, Weapons, and Equipment, by Douglas C. McChristian: noted, 93:509–10

U.S. Army Military History Institute, 99:124

U.S. Army War College (Carlisle Barracks, Pa.), 99:130–31

U.S. Army War College Guide to the Battle of Antietam: The Maryland Campaign of 1862, edited by Jay Luvaas and Harold W. Nelson: noted, 87:94

U.S. Army War College Guide to the Battle of Gettysburg, edited by Jay Luvaas and Harold W. Nelson: noted, 86:99–100

U.S. Arsenal, 72:81

U.S. Arsenal (St. Louis, Mo.), 70:80

U.S. Bicentennial, 72:403

U.S. Bureau of Education, 82:157

U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, 85:293

U.S.Cavalry, 69:4, 347

U.S. Census Bureau, 72:295, 373, 74:22

U.S. Children's Bureau, 101:71

U.S. Circuit Court for the Eastern District of Wisconsin: and George Robertson's slave case, 106:588–90

U.S. Circuit Court of Kentucky, 71:34

U.S. Civil War Centennial Commission, 69:392

U.S. Colored Troops, 110:479; recruitment of, 110:231, 240; in South Carolina, 110:535

U.S. Congress, 69:15, 153, 176, 237, 295, 314, 317, 366, 371–72, 374, 376–78, 98:257, 262, 273, 276, 278; African American petitions to, 105:390; and judge advocate general's office, 110:403; petition of Denton Offutt to, 108:198; women in, 99:261, 264, 275–76, 287

U.S. Constitution, 69:4, 304, 365–66, 372, 374, 376–78, 382, 70:47, 73, 116, 128, 131, 72:93, 97, 99, 102, 105, 108, 342, 366, 379, 73:338, 373, 378, 74:57, 99:273, 107:523, 532–33, 535, 110:363, 423–24; bicentennial of, 104:108–9; debate on ratification of, 95:42; and the First Amendment, 70:131; and Jefferson Davis, 107:159–61; and public school reform, 109:28; and slavery, 110:280, 283; Thirteenth Amendment (1865), 109:295; and the U.S. Military Academy, 107:192–93

U.S. Constitutional Convention (1787), 69:3

U.S. Court of Appeals, 70:130

U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit: judicial conference of, 105:20–22; and Louisville-Jefferson County school desegregation cases, 105:8, 14–15, 24–25

U.S.Custom House (Nashville, Tenn.), 92:71

U.S. Defense Department: synthetic-fuels research, 107:327

U.S. Department of Agriculture, 72:171, 85:291, 295, 298, 302, 92:277, 93:448, 96:160, 104:491, 509; and commodities issue, 107:315–17

U.S. Department of Commerce, 71:153

U.S. Department of Defense, 86:266; and defense contracts for Appalachia, 107:321

U.S. Department of Education, 109:327

U.S. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare (HEW), 101:250–51; creation of, 105:464; Fayette County, Ky., school integration, 101:249, 257–58

U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, 71:193

U.S. Department of Justice, 98:200, 104:507; and Edward F. Prichard, 104:502; and immigration policy during World War II, 104:482–84

U.S. Department of Labor, 104:485, 107:405; immigration policies of, 104:482–84

U.S. Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Protection, 99:279

U.S. Department of Public Information, 99:279

U.S. Department of the Interior, 70:352; education conference, 110:51

U.S. Department of the Navy, 70:26, 159–60, 71:153

U.S. Department of Welfare, 99:279

U.S. District Court (Eastern and Western District), 99:282

U.S. District Court (Lexington, Ky.): Fayette County, Ky., school integration suit, 101:251–53

U.S. District Court (Owensboro, Ky.), 98:254

U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Ky.: and school desegregation in Ky., 109:338

Useful Woman, A: The Early Life of Jane Addams, by Gioia Diliberto: reviewed, 98:231–32

U.S. Employment Service, 100:145, 168

U.S. Fifth Army: during World War II, 110:74

U.S. Force, 71:153

U.S. Forest Service, 107:333

U.S. Government and the Vietnam War: Executive and Legislative Roles and Relationships, part IV: July 1965–January 1968, by William Conrad Gibbons: noted, 95:120

U.S.Government Buildings: (Carmi, Ill.), 92:72; (Gulfport, Miss.), 92:72; (Jackson, Miss.), 92:72; (Jackson, Tenn.), 92:72; (Jacksonville, Fla.), 92:72; (Lexington, Ky.), 92:72; (Paducah, Ky.), 92:72; (Pensacola, Fla.), 92:72

Usher, Luke, 76:270, 272, 100:40–41

U.S. Highway 60, 69:249, 251

U.S. Highway 79, 69:397

U.S. History as Women's History: New Feminist Essays, edited by Linda K. Kerber, Alice Kessler-Harris, and Kathryn Kish Sklar: reviewed, 94:90–91

U.S. House Committee on Education and Labor: and Carl D. Perkins, 107:407; hearings of on the War on Poverty in Breathitt County, Ky., 107:403, 411–17

U.S. House Committee to Investigate Un-American Activities, 84:295, 298–99; and the Braden case, 104:224–25

U.S. House of Representatives, 69:127, 72:244, 315, 110:487; (1876), 70:81; (1923), 70:132; Abraham Lincoln, 106:514; and Carl D. Perkins, 107:308–9; and Henry Clay, 100:428, 454–55; and Robert F. Kennedy's testimony, 107:377–78; Thirteen Amendment, 106:599; Thomas Hutchison interview, 106:421, 427–31

U.S. House Ways and Means Committee, 70:132, 104:501

Using Local History in the Classroom, by Fay D. Metcalf and Matthew T. Downey: reviewed, 81:203–4

U.S. Intelligence and the Nazis, by Richard Breitman, Norman J. W. Goda, Timothy Naftali, and Robert Wolfe: reviewed, 103:596–98

U.S. Junior Chamber of Commerce (Jaycees), 99:226

U.S. Justice Department, 70:329–30, 98:357, 363, 107:394

U.S. Labor Department, 93:448

U.S. Marine Corps Reserve: three Kentucky companies of, 110:135–63

U.S. Military Academy (West Point, N.Y.), 69:11, 15, 373, 381

U.S.Military Academy (West Point, N.Y.), 70:64, 304

U.S. Military Academy (West Point, N.Y.), 71:147, 72:57, 66, 151, 408, 80:183, 81:168–69, 371–73, 378, 83:317–19, 325, 345, 93:263, 281–82, 99:56, 123–24, 145–46, 100:131, 451, 101:418; Henry Clay Jr. at, 106:6–7; illus., 100:132; Jefferson Davis at, 107:176, 178, 192–93; Ky. Regiment members from, 105:577, 587–88, 593; and the U.S. Constitution, 107:192–93

U.S. Naval and Marine Corps Reserve Center (Louisville, Ky.), 110:140, 153

U.S. Naval Institute, 69:394

U.S. Naval Observatory (Washington, D.C.), 98:285

U.S. Navy, 72:3, 167, 73:281, 100:172, 440; 1849 attempt to invade Cuba, 105:580



U.S. News and World Report: on Alben W. Barkley, 76:120; on John Sherman Cooper, 82:29

U.S. Patent Office, 97:4

U.S. Postal Service, 109:344

U.S Post Office.: one-room schoolhouse stamp of, 110:33

U.S. Public Health Service Narcotics Hospital (Lexington, Ky.): during 1950s, 100:321–22; illus., 100:321

USS Albany, 88:62

U.S. Sanitary Commission: services of, 101:461–62, 465

USS Argus, 71:440–41

USS Arizona, 99:1

USS Brilliant, 77:9

USS Carondelet, 77:109

USS Cincinnati, 88:62

USS Conestoga, 77:2–3

USS Constitution, 71:440

Usselman, Steven W.: Regulating Railroad Innovation: Business, Technology, and Politics in America, 1840–1920, reviewed, 101:521–23

U.S. Senate, 69:90, 109, 125, 191, 321, 364, 374, 71:391, 72:244, 73:366, 86:128, 140, 98:344, 106:438; Henry Clay in, 100:434–35, 448–49, 455–59, 461–62, 475; rankings of greatest members, 100:426, 455; and the secession crisis, 110:256; Thomas D. Clark commentary on, 103:319–21

Ussery, E. Agnes, 93:61

U.S. Seventh Army: during World War II, 110:80–81

USS George Washington, 96:280

USS Hornet, 71:441, 83:109, 112–13

USS Illinois, 88:74

USS Indiana, 88:46, 48, 50

USS Iowa, 88:46, 48

USS. Kearsarge, 72:56, 88:45, 47–48, 51–54, 66–67, 74, 77

USS Kentucky: history of, 88:45–81

USS Lawrence: battle of Lake Erie, 105:215

USS Louisville, 88:48

USS Maine, 88:53, 66, 71, 74–75, 94:363

USS Massachusetts, 88:46

USS Mayflower, 88:68

USS Missouri, 88:66, 73, 96:290

USS Monterey, 92:295, 96:289

USS New Jersey, 88:74

USS New Orleans, 88:61, 62

USS Niagara: battle of Lake Erie, 105:215

USS Oconto, 92:296

USS Oregon, 88:46, 57, 62

USS Panay, 100:129

USS President, 71:440

USS Rainbow, 88:60

USS Raleigh, 88:62

USS Rhode Island, 88:74

USS Simon Bolivar, 92:298

U.S. State Department, 72:419, 100:148, 440, 449–50, 105:435; and immigration policy during World War II, 104:484; and the Magniadas Lincoln medal, 109:196; and oil imports, 107:324

U.S. States Senate: (1860), 70:301

U.S. States War Department, 70:260; Handbook on German Military Forces, noted, 90:223

U.S. Steel Corporation (New York), 69:182–83, 79:137, 141–43; in Lynch, Ky., 107:483

U.S. Supreme Court, 69:301, 365, 367, 372, 71:153, 157, 235, 251, 336, 340, 72:243, 320, 369, 73:360, 74:236, 78:1, 16, 20, 44, 49, 53, 79:137, 144, 90:363, 94:353–62, 97:444, 98:180, 198–200, 255, 257–58, 99:369, 101:271, 104:393, 399, 105:595, 106:532, 110:338, 432; and the Braden case, 104:225–26; Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka, Kansas (1954), 107:363; Buchanan v. Warley (1917), 110:544; and civil rights, 110:539, 546–47, 554; and Clement Vallandigham, 110:426, 430; and cross-district busing, 105:25; and desegregation, 109:354, 360–61, 416; Dred Scott case, 106:422–23, 508, 107:149–50; Edward F. Prichard's appeal to, 104:539; and Henry Clay, 110:243; Lloyd Gaines v. ex. rel. Missouri , 109:330–31; Louisville-Jefferson County school desegregation cases, 105:3–4, 15–16, 19; and the Meredith case, 105:28–32; Plessy v. Ferguson (1896), 105:385; and the poll tax, 107:548–49; and public school reform, 109:28–29, 44; refinement of Brown decision, 101:247–48, 250; and restrictive covenants, 107:73; Reynolds v. Sims (1964), 110:548; and school desegregation, 109:347; school integration, 101:243, 257; school integration in N.C., 101:249; and the secession crisis, 110:256; during the tenure of Felix Frankfurter, 104:455–79; Thirteenth Amendment, 106:464; and Thomas Todd, 105:197

U.S.Supreme Court (Washington, D.C.), 70:82, 135, 148–49

U.S. Supreme Court (Washington, D.C.): Ky. justices on, 70:121–39

U.S. Surgeon General: reports on effects of tobacco, 100:313, 328

USS Wisconsin, 88:62, 71, 73

USS Zane Grey, 88:316

U.S.Treasury, 69:136

U.S. Treasury Department: during Civil War, 110:358

U.S. v. Reese (1876): and the poll tax, 107:548–49

U.S. War Department, 69:99, 101, 105, 113, 71:141, 143, 145, 147–48, 150, 153, 72:364, 372, 374, 376, 378, 384, 390, 74:53, 93:448, 104:488, 105:430, 450, 107:191; and Axis POWs, 100:141–43, 159–60, 162; Bureau of Military Justice, 110:427; during Civil War, 110:352, 354–55, 358; and judge advocate general's office, 110:404–5; Life magazine article, 105:456; military law of, 110:424; and the Milligan case, 110:431; POW labor policy, 105:443–44, 447–48; POW policies of, 105:448; and POW reeducation, 105:451–52, 455; and World War II POW camps, 105:417, 424, 430

Utah Beach: Normandy invasion, 102:51, 55

Utah Territory, 72:425

Utica, Ky., 72:339

Utica, N.Y., 68:35

Utley, Robert M., 71:110; Frontier Regulars: The United States Army and the Indian, 1866–1891, reviewed, 72:295–97; The Indian Frontier of the American West, 1846–1890, reviewed, 84:220

Utley, William L., 80:300; and George Robertson, 106:587–90



Utopian Experiment in Kentucky: Integration and Social Equality at Berea, 1866–1904, by Richard Sears: reviewed, 95:79–85

Utoy Creek (Ga.), 94:166

Utterback, Jacob, 88:147

Utterback, Nimrod, 88:147


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"Vacant Chair" (song), 109:64

Vacca, Carolyn S.: book review by, 105:314–15

Vachon, John, 85:295, 303–4, 307

Vairin, Mary, 77:2

Valadora, Mexico: mine in, 71:93

Valdes, Dennis Nodin, 94:265

Valdosta, Ga.: Fort Benning branch POW camp at, 105:446

Valenti, Isadore: during World War II, 110:79

Valenti, Jack, 99:43

Valentine, Janet G.: book review by, 101:543–44

Valentine, John, 97:28



Valentine Peers, by Robert N. Richardson: reviewed, 75:241–42

Vallandigham, Clement L., 110:392; case of, 110:425–27, 430–31; and the Peace Democrats, 103:638

Valletta, Cynthia, 98:343

Valley schoolhouse (Covington, Ky.), 98:163

Vallis, John, 69:258

Van Allen, Elizabeth J.: Editor's Page, 105:191–93; James Whitcomb Riley: A Life by, 104:3; joins Register staff, 104:3

Van Alstyne, Texas, 71:92

Vanarsdale, George A., 86:257

Van Arsdall, Mrs. C. B. Jr., 69:90; book review by, 69:282–84

Van Buren, John, 80:380

Van Buren, Martin, 68:18, 140, 239, 70:137, 71:197, 349, 72:85, 281, 73:369, 74:55, 140–41, 75:197, 199, 201–2, 80:380, 81:169–70, 82:20–21, 85:5, 17, 20, 23–25, 27–28, 86:348, 91:262, 94:361, 97:3, 100:53, 446; and Joseph Holt, 106:385

Van Burkleo, Sandra F., 97:87–88

Vance, ——, 83:205, 207–8

Vance, Burton, 98:97

Vance, John: and the Book Thieves, 103:58

Vance, J. Wood, 79:152

Vance, Kyle: truck deal story, 104:575

Vance, Rupert, 107:352

Vance, Samuel C., 71:84

Vance, T. H. C.: land development by, 107:55

Vance, William, 70:223

Vance Air Force Base (Okla.), 102:4

Vanceburg, Ky., 78:297; Civil War monument, 102:396

Vance Land Company (Louisville, Ky.), 107:55

Vance's Station, Ala., 74:292

Van Cleve, Benjamin, 86:15

Van Cleve, Horatio P., 96:329

Vancouver, Charles, 92:143–44, 146, 147

Vancouver, Wash., 74:136–37

Vandalia, Ill., 106:371

Vandalia Company (Va.), 78:298, 302

Van Deburg, William L.: book review by, 84:434–35; "Henry Clay, the Right of Petition and Slavery in the Nation's Capital," 68:132–46; The Slave Drivers: Black Agricultural Labor Supervisors in the Antebellum South, reviewed, 79:384–86

Vandenberg, Arthur, 76:112, 117, 119, 97:70

Vanderbilt, Cornelius, 81:373



Vanderbilt Era: Profiles of a Gilded Age, by Louis Auchincloss: noted, 88:241–42

Vanderbilt University (Nashville, Tenn.), 80:4, 10, 16, 32–34, 64, 90:371, 107:143, 165, 167, 237; agrarians at, 75:262, 270, 272, 275; high school girls' basketball in, 109:171; law school of, 70:135; oral history project, 69:280; and Robert Penn Warren, 104:78

Vanderbilt University Press (Nashville, Tenn.), 69:95, 278–79

Vandergrift, Alexander A.: and the U.S. Marine Corps Reserve, 110:137, 142, 162–63

Vanderslice, Daniel, 91:294

Van Derveer, Anna (McClelland), 88:29; family of, 103:480, 482

Van Derveer, Eleanor, 103:486, 491; death of, 103:489; illus., 103:467

Van Derveer, Elizabeth: biographical sketch, 103:465–66; death of, 103:491; illus., 103:467; later life of, 103:491; memoir of growing up in Frankfort, 103:465–91

Van Derveer, Ferdinand, 88:29, 103:468; career of, 103:484

Van Derveer, Helen: career of, 103:484

Van Derveer, John, 88:28, 103:468

Van Derveer, John McClelland ("Mac"), 103:465, 486; biographical sketch of, 103:467–71; death of, 103:489; illus., 103:467, 469; later career of, 103:491; marriage and family of, 103:467; Paul Sawyier etching, 103:475

Van Derveer, John McClelland ("Teddy"), 103:482–83; illus., 103:467, 469

Van Derveer, John Stewart ("Stewart"), 103:479, 482, 485; illus., 103:467, 469; later career of, 103:491

Van Derveer, Richard A., 88:29; career of, 103:484

Van Derveer, Rosalie, 103:482, 484, 486; illus., 103:467

Van Derveer, Rose (Stewart), 103:465, 474, 482, 486, 491; biographical sketch of, 103:471–73; death of, 103:489; illus., 103:467, 473; marriage and family of, 103:467; Paul Sawyier etching, 103:475

Van Derveer, Vine (Fever), 103:484

Van der Veer, Virginia: ed., "'Almost Like a Storybook': A Childhood in Frankfort, Ky., 1901–1911," 103:465–91

Van Derveer family: later history of, 103:489, 491; residence: illus., 103:478

Vander Velde, George, 110:351

Vanderwood, Paul J.: Night Riders of Reelfoot Lake, reviewed, 68:187–88

Van Deusen, Glyndon, 73:260, 75:106, 103:65

Vandiver, Cecil, 86:250, 252–53, 255, 262

Vandiver, Frank E., 100:423, 101:428; Black Jack: The Life and Times of John J. Pershing, reviewed, 78:86–88; Blood Brothers: A Short History of the Civil War, reviewed, 91:346–48; Their Tattered Flags: The Epic of the Confederacy, noted, 86:407; Voices of Valor: Words of the Civil War, noted, 93:251–52

Vandiver, Margaret, and Amy L. Sayward, eds.: Tennessee's New Abolitionists: The Fight to End the Death Penalty in the Volunteer State, reviewed, 109:136–38

Van Doren, Carl: Benjamin Franklin, 105:250

Van Dorn, Earl, 70:178, 79:126–27, 93:267, 103:633, 108:70; and the Vicksburg campaign, 103:642

Van Dyke, Henry: on girls' basketball, 109:164–65

Van Dyke, Henry J.: and abolitionism, 110:270–73

Van Hise, Charles R., 72:61

Van Horn, George, 93:449



Vanishing Georgia: Photographs from the Vanishing Georgia Collection, Georgia Department of Archives and History, by Sherry Konter: noted, 81:235

Vanity of Power: American Isolationism and World War I, 1914–1917, The, by John Milton Cooper Jr.: reviewed, 70:143–44

Van Lear: coal mine of, 107:506

Van Lear, Ky., 97:191

Van Meter, Captain ——, 70:298

Van Meter, Mary E., 72:370–71, 77:7; during Civil War, 110:332–33, 360–61

Van Meter, William: during Civil War, 110:332–33

Van Meter, William C., 90:238

Van Meter Building (Western Ky. University), 69:32, 92:60

Van Raaphorst, Donna L.: Union Maids Not Wanted: Organizing Domestic Workers, 1870–1940, reviewed, 87:77–78

Van Rensselaer, Catharina, 86:344, 345, 346, 348–50

Van Rensselaer, Cortlandt, 86:350

Van Rensselaer, Killian, 86:348

Van Rensselaer, Solomon, 86:344, 348

Van Rensselear, Courtlandt, 80:281

Van Saan, Gunther, 100:159

Van Schreeven, William J.: and Robert L. Scribner, Revolutionary Virginia: The Road to Independence, vol. 2, The Committees and the Second Convention, 1773–1775: A Documentary Record, reviewed, 74:134, 135

Van Stockum, Ronald R. Sr., 90:370; Kentucky and the Bourbons: The Story of Allen Dale Farm, reviewed, 91:204–5; Squire Boone and Nicholas Meriwether: Kentucky Pioneers, noted, 108:312

Van Tuyll, Debra Reddin: book review by, 101:519–21

Van Vleck, Carter, 71:436

Van West, Carroll, 110:443

van Willigen, John: and Anne van Willigen: Good and Everyday Life on Kentucky Family Farms, 1920–1950, reviewed, 104:699–700; book review by, 99:171–72; oral-history projects of, 104:621

Van Winkle, Lewis, 98:13

Van Zelm, Antoinette G.: book review by, 97:456–57

Vardaman, James K., 96:361; causes of Civil War, 102:386

Varg, Paul A.: America, From Client State to World Power: Six Major Transitions in United States Foreign Relations, reviewed, 89:226; book reviews by, 79:380–82, 82:314–16, 85:187–88

Vargas, Zaragosa, 94:265

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

Variety Village Restaurant (Lexington, Ky.): civil rights protests at, 109:366

Varna, Bulgaria: fortresses at, 107:565

Varney, Will Henry, 77:287

Varon, Elizabeth R.: We Mean To Be Counted: White Women and Politics in Antebellum Virginia, reviewed, 97:212–14

Vassar College (N.Y.), 101:52

Vatter, Harold G., 107:311–12

Vaudreuil Papers, The: A Calendar and Index of the Personal and Private Records of Pierre De Rigaud De Vaudreuil, Royal Governor of the Province of Louisiana, by Bill Barron: reviewed, 74:59, 60

Vaughan, Edwin Campion: Some Desperate Glory: The World War I Diary of a British Officer, 1917, noted, 87:471

Vaughan, Jim: book reviews by, 96:403–5, 98:317–18

Vaughan, Marcia: book reviews by, 96:407–9, 98:297–98

Vaughn, Edward M., 81:352, 360

Vaughn, James E.: Bankmules: The Story of Van Lear, a Kentucky Coal Town, noted, 104:815

Vaughn, John Crawford, 75:138

Vaughn, Margaret, 73:332

Vaughn, Maria, 89:156

Vaughn, William Preston: The Anti-Masonic Party in the United States, 1826–1843, reviewed, 81:443–44

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