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



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Vaught's Hill (Tenn.): battle of, 75:129

VCM: See vinyl chloride

Veblen, Thorstein, 85:66

Vecchio, Diane C.: Merchants, Midwives, and Laboring Women: Italian Migrants in Urban America, reviewed, 104:342–43

V-E Day, 95:179

Vedder, Lee A.: John James Audubon and the Birds of America, noted, 104:804



Veiled Visions: The 1906 Atlanta Race Riot and the Reshaping of American Race Relations, by David Fort Godshalk: reviewed, 103:805–6

Veilleus, Marcel, 92:295, 303

Veltman, Laura: book review by, 103:612–13; Scandals and Scoundrels: Seven Cases that Shook the Academy, reviewed, 103:612–13

Venable, D. G., 88:154

Venable, William Henry, 91:33

Vendetta: A True Story of the Worst Lynching in America, the Mass Murder of Italian-Americans in New Orleans in 1891, the Vicious Motivations Behind It, and the Tragic Repercussions that Linger to This Day, by Richard Gambino: reviewed, 76:169–72

Venezuela, 107:556; oil imports from, 107:323–24



Vengeance and Justice: Crime and Punishment in the Nineteenth-Century American South, by Edward L. Ayers: reviewed, 83:79–81

Ventable, William, 72:240

Veracruz, Mexico, 71:93, 96, 95:280; Ky. military units at, 105:582, 585; siege of, 105:582; and Theodore O'Hara, 105:576

Veramendi, —: house of, 71:103

Verba, Sidney, 110:303

Verda, Ky., 107:471

Verdin, John S., 108:247

Vergennes, Count de, 74:274

Verhaegen, Peter J., 108:240

Verhoeff, Mary, 77:287



Veritas: Harvard College and the American Experience, by Andrew Schlesinger: reviewed, 103:780–81

Verkruyse, Peter A.: Prophet, Pastor, and Patriarch: The Rhetorical Leadership of Alexander Campbell, reviewed, 104:127–28

Vermont, 69:39, 47–48, 52, 71, 325–26, 70:315, 71:82; African American legislator in, 110:534; constitution of, 95:349, 351

Vermont Historical Society (Barre, Vt.), 104:609

Verney, Kevern: and Lee Sartrain, eds., Long Is the Way and Hard: One Hundred Years of the NAACP, reviewed, 108:435–37

Vernon, Jim, 99:218

Vernon, Steven K.: and Frank M. Stewart III, Fishing Reel Makers of Kentucky, noted, 91:124

Versailles, Ky., 68:13, 69:202, 211, 71:10, 72:208, 427, 73:233, 391–92, 74:100, 300, 75:128, 94:66, 99:119, 100:477, 105:383, 110:238; African American settlement near, 104:515; during Civil War, 110:339–40, 486; James W. Brand's shop in, 103:503; John Hunt Morgan in, 108:28–32; slaves in, 109:68

Versailles-Midway Road (Ky.), 70:280

Versailles Pike (Lexington, Ky.), 100:494

"Verses Composed for pastime while waiting in the Kentucky Legislature," by Richard McNemar, 69:237

Very Mutinous People, A: The Struggle for North Carolina, 1660-1713, by Noeleen McIlvenna: reviewed, 107:426–29

Vesle River (France), 70:250

Vest, John J., 89:242

Vest, Stephen M.: book review by, 99:206–7



Vesta (ship), 72:53

Vest family, 68:226



Vestiges of the Venerable City: A Chronicle of Lexington, Kentucky, Its Architectual Development and Survey of its Early Streets and Antiquities, by Clay Lancaster: reviewed, 79:66–68

Veterans Administration, 107:69, 71

Veterans Administration Hospital (Lexington, Ky.), 100:321–23; illus., 100:323

Vevay (Ind.) Reveille, 108:338; on tobacco farming, 108:322

Vevay, Ind., 108:338

Veysey, Laurence, 74:68

Viault, Birdsall S.: book review by, 88:235–36

"Vice President Richard M. Johnson of Kentucky: Hero of the Thames—Or the Great Amalgamator?" by Robert Bolt, 75:191–203

Vice Presidents: A Biographical Dictionary, edited by L. Edward Purcell: noted, 95:461

Vichy France: in north Africa, 110:71

Vicinus, Martha, 93:74

Vick, Mrs. J. Wells, 68:271, 70:76, 71:18



Vicksburg, 1863, by Winston Groom: reviewed, 108:280–82

Vicksburg, Miss., 68:318, 364, 69:387–88, 70:178, 194–97, 253, 71:300, 302–3, 72:264, 81:372, 376, 93:267, 94:151–52, 159; battle of, 110:430; during Civil War, 101:445, 447, 103:537–38, 627–61, 679, 105:660, 663, 670–75, 677, 109:64; Confederate Memorial Day, 102:394; deterioration of battlefield, 102:395; Jefferson Davis statues in, 107:206; lynching in, 106:311; seige of, 69:192

Vicksburg and Shreveport Railroad, 69:102

Vicksburg Is the Key: The Struggle for the Mississippi River, by William L. Shea and Terrence J. Winschel: reviewed, 102:419–22

Vicksburg: The Campaign That Opened the Mississippi, by Michael B. Ballard: reviewed, 102:419–22

Vico, Ky., 97:191



Victim, The, by Thomas Dixon, 107:247

"Victims of Circumstance: Negroes in a Southern Town, 1865–1880," by Herbert A. Thomas Jr., 71:253–71

Victoria, Alexandrina (Queen Victoria): letter to Mary Todd Lincoln, 109:188–89

Victoria and Albert Museum (London, England), 72:415



Victorian America: Transformations in Everyday Life, 1876–1915, by Thomas J. Schlereth: noted, 90:320

Victors in Blue: How Union Generals Fought the Confederates, Battled Each Other, and Won the Civil War, by Albert Castel: reviewed, 110:593–95

Victory (horse), 100:483

Victory Baptist Church (Bowling Green, Ky.), 92:71

Victory Bonds: during World War II, 100:195–200



Victory of Faith, 72:222

Victory Program: and Edward F. Prichard, 104:502

Vidal, Gore, 97:132

Videotaping Local History, by Brad Jolly: noted, 81:340

Viehe, Fred W.: book review by, 89:107–8

Viele, Aernout Cornelissen, 69:241–42, 246

Vienna, Ind.: John Hunt Morgan in, 108:76

Vieques, Puerto Rico: U.S. Marine Corps Reserve training at, 110:161

Viesca, Augustin, 71:95–96

Viet Cong, 102:323–27

Vietnam, 71:335, 100:1, 3, 472, 102:324; and France, 102:316–18; illus., 102:322; and John Foster Dulles, 102:293, 321; oral-history project, 104:665; reflections on the Vietnam War, 95:285–303

Vietnamization: evaluation of, 102:346

Vietnam Lobby: The American Friends of Vietnam, 1955–1975, by Joseph G. Morgan: reviewed, 95:331–33

Vietnam Shadows: The War, Its Ghosts, and Its Legacy, by Arnold R. Isaacs: reviewed, 96:215–16

Vietnam syndrome, 102:350



Vietnam: The Heartland Remembers, by Stanley V. Beesley: noted, 86:202

Vietnam veterans: effect of Vietnam War on, 102:352–53

Vietnam War, 72:182, 82:56, 99:141, 143, 109:66; Americanization of, 102:333–34; and Bardstown's C Battery, 90:140–64; chance of success, 102:349; and containment policy, 102:315; David Halberstam on, 102:293; debate over, 92:406, 408–9, 102:283–85; effect of Watergate on, 102:348; effects of, 102:354–55; fiction and memoirs about, 102:296–97; Frances Fitzgerald on, 102:293; George C. Herring's books about, 102:287; and Henry Kissinger, 102:332, 346–49; illus., 102:292, 295; interview with George C. Herring about, 102:287–355; and John F. Kennedy, 102:311, 324, 326; Ky. National Guard in, 90:140–64; lessons of, 102:353–55; and Lyndon B. Johnson, 102:289, 328, 330, 334; Munich analogy, 102:355; photographic exhibition, 97:323–36; protests at the University of Ky., 102:301–5; revisionism, 102:350; and Richard Nixon, 102:332, 346–49; Robert Dalleck on, 102:332; and Robert S. McNamara, 102:332, 335; Tet Offensive, 102:1, 343–46; toll on Kentucky, 102:283; and the U.S. Marine Corps Reserve, 110:138, 157, 159–61; and the War on Poverty, 107:368, 386

Vietnam War: A Study in the Making of American Policy, by Michael P. Sullivan: reviewed, 84:231–32

Vietnam War in American Memory, The: Veterans, Memorials, and the Politics of Healing, by Patrick Hagopian: reviewed, 109:141–43

Vietnam War in History and Film, The, by Mark Taylor: reviewed, 101:560–62

Views of Louisville Since 1776, by Samuel W. Thomas: reviewed, 70:338–39

Viglini Unit (Louisville, Ky.): development of, 107:58

Viitanen, Wayne: book review by, 75:150–53; "The Winter the Mississippi Ran Backwards," 71:51–68

Vilas, William Freeman, 76:30

Viley, Ann, 79:3, 8–9, 16–17, 24, 26

Viley, Willa, 79:3

Villa, Pancho, 105:421, 110:458

Village Lawyer, The, by William Macready, 76:271, 278

Villard, Henry, 96:323

Villard, Oswald Garrison, 96:363

Villerbu, Tangi: Kentucky Historical Society scholarly research fellow, 107:298



Vincennes (Ind.) Western Sun and General Advertiser: description of Denton Offutt in, 108:184–85

Vincennes, Ill., 69:187, 208, 243, 258, 75:317

Vincennes, Ind., 68:258, 70:347, 71:78, 83, 132, 72:414, 74:65, 92:155; Denton Offutt in, 108:184; George Rogers Clark's campaign against, 106:347

Vincent, Beverly: Brownsville, Ky., 104:452

Vincent, C. D., 71:238

Vincent, Howard, 84:405–6

Vincent, Matt, 78:350

Vinegar Pie and Chicken Bread: A Woman's Diary of Life in the Rural South, 1890–1891: edited by Margaret Jones Bolsterli, reviewed, 82:99–100

Vinson, Bob, 72:257–58

Vinson, Frederick M., 70:121, 131–34, 77:292, 79:44, 163, 82:360, 84:39, 156, 158, 95:137, 99:286, 101:4, 104:450, 452, 493, 497, 499, 503; and the Air Corps, 71:139–53; boyhood and education of, 72:243–61; and Edward F. Prichard's appeal to the Supreme Court, 104:539; and the Federal Loan Agency, 104:499–501; pardon of Edward F. Prichard, 104:498, 502; press reaction to Supreme Court appointment, 75:304–13; relationship with Felix Frankfurter, 104:435, 471, 501–2; relationship with Harry S. Truman, 104:501

Vinson, Jim, 72:247–50, 256, 258–59

Vinson, Roberta Dixon, 70:133

Vinson, ("Uncle Lace"), 72:256

Vinson, Virginia, 72:256–59

vinyl chloride: and acroosteolysis, 102:165–69, 166–69, 174–75

vinyl chloride monomer (VCM): danger of, 102:177–81; production of, 102:158

Vinyl Chloride Safety Association: chemical exposure standards, 102:176

Viola, Herman J.: The Indian Legacy of Charles Bird King, reviewed, 76:73–74

Viola, Pier Luigi: polyvinyl chloride and cancer, 102:169–71



Violence in the Black Patch of Kentucky and Tennessee, by Suzanne Marshall: reviewed, 93:340–41

Virgin, Bryce, 68:227–28

Virginia, 69:114, 119, 166, 217–18, 225, 232, 290, 334–35, 339, 369, 388, 70:4, 115, 137, 238, 254, 258, 277, 314, 316, 331–32, 335, 71:16, 87, 127, 131–34, 138, 205, 226, 312–13, 355, 397, 404, 406, 412–14, 424, 442, 88:74, 94:288, 95:129, 133, 219, 347, 351, 364, 365, 99:55, 250, 267, 360, 107:9, 47, 219–20, 238, 244, 471, 110:539, 555; 1788 convention, 70:73; and the Abraham Lincoln bicentennial, 107:144–45; African American legislators in, 110:550–51, 556; Armenian workers in, 102:218; assembly of, 70:152, 71:312, 448; backcountry of, 106:335; Baptists in, 110:6–8, 10–11, 13–14, 16, 21–24, 28–29; boundary with N.C., 75:172; civil rights movement in, 104:219, 109:354; during Civil War, 110:459, 478; claims to Ohio country, 106:344–45; and the Confederates States of America, 110:257; constitution of, 69:2; Daniel Boone in, 100:498; declaration of rights, 69:2; Denton Offutt in, 108:189; election of 1860, 110:266; emigration to Carroll County, Ky., from, 108:333, 338, 343; and the Episcopal church, 69:44, 49, 49–51, 61, 68–69; establishment of Louisville, Ky., 107:43; Fr. John Thayer in, 101:281–82; and frontier Ky., 72:10, 46, 80, 151, 209–10, 226, 229, 235, 239, 241–42, 251, 279–80, 309–10, 395, 405–6, 90:117–39, 107:5; frontier land disputes, 69:198–99, 200, 208; frontier of, 102:464; general assembly, 72:279, 394, 427, 92:1; guerrilla warfare in, 103:528, 533; and Henry Clay, 106:500–501; historical memory in, 110:581; horse racing in, 100:473–74; identification with presidents, 106:480; and the Jefferson Davis bicentennial, 107:144–45; and Ky. during American Revolution, 105:41; Ky. separation from, 100:35, 331, 105:43–44; land laws of, 91:389; legislature of, 70:150; library projects in, 95:60; Lincoln family in, 106:333–34, 337; Melungeons in, 102:215; Methodists in, 110:269–70; ministry of David Rice in, 106:169–76; NAACP in, 109:362; out-migration, 106:338, 340, 342–43, 362, 365–66; Presbyterians in, 106:165; raid on Harpers Ferry, 110:307; secession of, 101:412, 418, 107:516, 110:309; and slavery, 101:397, 102:19, 465–66, 106:359–60, 434, 107:188, 110:295–96, 325; standards of learning in, 107:258; states'-rights views of, 110:375; tobacco cultivation, 107:25–26; tobacco farming in, 108:318; town development in, 107:39; triracial isolate group in, 102:212; troops, 69:251; Turkish workers in, 102:218; Twenty-second Kentucky Union Infantry Regiment in, 105:669; and western lands, 69:242, 244–45, 248, 250–51, 251, 253, 256, 257, 264; whipping in, 100:13; and the XYZ Affair, 70:21–23, 25–27, 29–30, 34, 43, 46

Virginia & Tennessee Railroad, 97:249



Virginia at War: 1863, edited by William C. Davis and James I. Robertson: reviewed, 107:603–5, 108:114

Virginia at War: 1864, edited by William C. Davis and James I. Robertson: reviewed, 107:603–5, 108:114

Virginia Baptist Historical Society (Richmond, Va.), 71:396

Virginia Compact, 91:399, 401

Virginia Dynasty, 106:506



Virginia Gazette (Richmond, Va.), 76:98

Virginia House of Burgesses, 100:330

Virginia Independence Bicentennial Commission, 74:134, 135

Virginia Military Institute (Lexington, Va.), 68:198



Virginia Militia in the Seventeenth Century, by William L. Shea: reviewed, 82:397–99

"Virginian's First Views of Kentucky: David Meade to Joseph Prentis, August 14, 1796," edited by Harold B. Gill Jr. and George M. Curtis III, 90:117–39



Virginians Reborn: Anglican Monopoly, Evangelical Dissent, and the Rise of the Baptists in the Late Eighteenth Century, by Jewel L. Spangler: reviewed, 106:245–47

Virginia Plantation Homes, by David King Gleason: noted, 88:239–40

Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University (Blacksburg, Va.), 75:261–62

Virginia Resolutions (1799), 70:48–49, 107:153

Virginia Seminary (Alexandria, Va.), 69:62



Virginia's Western War, 1775–1786, by Neal O. Hammon and Richard Taylor: reviewed, 101:322–24

Virginia Synod: and slavery, 102:14–15

Virginia Tech (Blacksburg, W.Va.), 109:37

Virginia: The New Dominion (A history from 1607 to the present), by Virginius Dabney: reviewed, 70:325–26

Virginia Union Seminary (Richmond, Va.): and Lyman T. Johnson, 109:340

Virginia Union University (Richmond, Va.), 99:367

Virgin Islands, 72:426



Virgin Land: The American West as Symbol and Myth, by Henry Nash Smith, 69:95

Visible Women: New Essays on American Activism, edited by Nancy A. Hewitt and Suzanne Lebsock: noted, 92:453–54

Visionaries, Adventurers, and Builders, by Carl E. Kramer: reviewed, 98:307–8

"Vision or Obsession? Arthur E. Morgan and the Superdam," by B. Anthony Gannon, 97:45–82



Visions of Place: The City, Neighborhoods, Suburbs, and Cincinnati's Clifton, 1850–2000, by Zane L. Miller: reviewed, 99:176–77

Visions of the American West, by Gerald F. Kreyche: reviewed, 88:209–10

Visions of Zion: Christianity, Modernization, and the American Pursuit of Liberty: Progressivism in Rural Nelson and Washington Counties, Kentucky, by J. Larry Hood: reviewed, 103:774–76

"Visit to Boonesborough in 1779: The Recollections of Pioneer George M. Bedinger," edited by William Dodd Brown, 86:315–29

Visscher, Nina M., 103:48; Ky. Historical Society, 101:27

Vital Crossroads: Mediterranean Origins of the Second World War, 1935–1940, by Reynolds M. Salerno: reviewed, 101:187–89

Vittone, Anton Jr.: Goodrich Chemical, acroosteolysis investigation, 102:165

Vitz, Robert C.: book review by, 89:220; The Queen and the Arts: Cultural Life in Nineteenth-Century Cincinnati, reviewed, 89:107–8

V-J Day, 93:337–39, 100:134

Vlach, John Michael, 96:185, 97:337; Back of the Big House: The Architecture of Plantation Society, reviewed, 91:435–36; and Dell Upton, eds., Common Places: Readings in American Vernacular Architecture, reviewed, 84:450–51

Vladivostok, Siberia, 73:278

Voelker, David J.: "Church Building and Social Class on the Urban Frontier: The Refinement of Lexington, 1784-1830," 106:191–229

Vogel, Amber: and Joseph M. Flora, eds., Southern Writers: A New Biographical Dictionary, noted, 104:812–13

Vogel, C. E., 81:34

Vogel, Dawn: and John Y., Simon and Harold Holzer, eds., Lincoln Revisited: New Insights from the Lincoln Forum, 107:110–12

Vogel, Victor: Soldiers of the Old Army, reviewed, 89:113–14

Vogt, Karl, 75:224



Voice (Owensboro High School): coverage of girls' basketball, 109:169, 171

Voice of America, 75:267



Voice of America: A History, by Alan L. Heil Jr.: reviewed, 101:389–90

Voice of the Frontier: John Bradford's Notes on Kentucky, edited by Thomas D. Clark: reviewed, 91:420–21

Voice of the Fugitive, 103:707

Voice of Their Own: The Woman Suffrage Press, 1840–1910, edited by Martha M. Soloman: noted, 90:429–30

Voices from the Back Stairs: Interpreting Servants' Lives at Historic House Museums, by Jennifer Pustz: reviewed, 107:457–59

Voices from the Century Before: The Odyssey of a Nineteenth-Century Kentucky Family, by Mary Clay Berry: reviewed, 95:429–33

Voices from the Peace Corps: Fifty Years of Kentucky Volunteers, by Angene Wilson and Jack Wilson : noted, 109:276

Voices from the Wilderness: The Frontiersman's Own Story, edited, with introductions, by Thomas Fronceks: reviewed, 72:413–15

Voices in the Storm: Confederate Rhetoric, 1861–1865, by Karen E. Fritz: reviewed, 98:321–22

Voices of D-Day: The Story of the Allied Invasion Told by Those Who Were There, edited by Ronald J. Drez: reviewed, 92:433–35

Voices of Valor: Words of the Civil War, by Frank E. Vandiver: noted, 93:251–52

Voight, David: American Baseball, 82:368

Volturno River (Italy): during World War II, 110:72–73

Volunteers in Service to America (VISTA), 87:44, 47, 107:336

Volz, Harry A. III, 97:87–88

von Borries, Philip: Louisville Diamonds: The Louisville Major-League Reader, 1876–1899, noted, 97:237–38

von Bothmer, Bernard: Framing the Sixties: The Use and Abuse of a Decade from Ronald Reagan to George W. Bush, reviewed, 109:271–73

von Braun, Wernher: and Frederick I. Ordway III, The Rockets' Red Glare, reviewed, 75:65–66

Von Briesen, Derek M.: book review by, 94:323–25

von Humboldt, Alexander, 94:60

Von Lampe, Va., 99:106

von Phul, Anna Maria, 77:23

von Wurttemberg, Paul Wilhelm, 92:170

Vorenberg, Michael, 110:367

Vos, John Henry, 76:278

Vos, John M., 76:269

Vose, Dan, 99:290

Vosges Mountains (France): during World War II, 110:80

Vosmeier, Matthew N.: book review by, 107:88–89

Vosmeier, Sarah McNair: book reviews by, 106:128–29, 108:289–91



Votes for Women! The Woman Suffrage Movement in Tennessee, The South, and the Nation, edited by Marjorie Spruill Wheeler: noted, 94:219

Voting Rights Act (1965), 107:349, 108:347, 110:548; passage of, 109:430

Vuelta Abajo (Cuba), 105:609, 611

Vulliett, Andre: correspondence with George Chescheir, 105:444–45, 451–52, 457; visits Fort Benning, Ga., POW camp, 105:427–29, 436

Vuyosevich, Robert Dell: book note by, 80:481
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Waagner, G., 70:262

Wabash and Erie Canal, 71:209

Wabash River (Ind.), 69:239, 244, 247, 258, 72:73, 74:65; and the Underground Railroad, 109:321–22

Wachs, Fred B., 99:31, 33, 109:353

Wachtell, Cynthia: book reviews by, 101:152–54, 102:240–41, 422–24, 104:378–82, 105:131–33, 106:118–20, 107:282–84, 607–9; War No More: The Antiwar Impulse in American Literature, 1861-1914, reviewed, 108:285–87

Waco, Texas: oral-history project in, 104:648–49

Waddell, James, 80:268

Wade, Andrew, 104:229–30, 242, 109:424; bombing of home, 104:214, 224, 228; and the Braden case, 234, 104:223, 232; and the Louisville chapter of the NAACP, 104:231–32; political beliefs of, 104:225–26; red-scare tactics used against, 104:247

Wade, B. F., 80:304

Wade, Charlotte, 104:229, 230, 242; bombing of home, 104:214, 224, 228; and the Braden case, 104:223, 232; red-scare tactics used against, 104:247

Wade, Dawson Jr., 89:3

Wade, Dawson Sr., 89:3

Wade, Francis Asbury, 89:3

Wade, James: account of pioneer Kentucky, 89:1–31; on Ky. frontier livestock, 107:16–17; memories of frontier Ky. agriculture, 107:11

Wade, James F., 89:288, 104:58

Wade, John, 89:3, 14–18

Wade, John Donald, 103:272

Wade, Joseph, 89:3

Wade, Louise C.: book reviews by, 81:304–5, 84:426–28; Chicago's Pride: The Stockyards, Packingtown and Environs in the Nineteenth Century, reviewed, 86:88–89

Wade, Rachael, 89:3

Wade, Richard, 83:14–15, 18

Wade, Richard C., 81:131, 92:254, 100:37, 39–40, 107:75, 79

Wade, Warren C., 100:163–64

Wade, William, 89:3

Wade Defense Committee: organization of, 104:228, 230; support for the Bradens, 104:234

Wade Hampton (horse), 100:485

Wadhams, Caroline Reed, 85:133

Wadlington, Charlie, 100:136

Wadlington, Corinne, 88:184, 186–87

Wadlington, James Jr., 80:401

Wadlington, James Sr., 80:401

Wadlington, Mercer, 80:401

Wadlington, William, 80:401

Wadsworth, Decius, 88:405–8, 416–17

Wadsworth, William H., 72:377

W. A. Gaines & Company (Frankfort, Ky.): distillery, 103:480

Wagar, W. Warren: Good Tidings: The Belief in Progress from Darwin to Marcuse, reviewed, 71:454–56



Wage-Earning Women: Industrial and Family Life in the United States, 1900–1930, by Leslie Woodcock Tentler: reviewed, 79:89–91

Wages of War: When America's Soldiers Came Home—From Valley Forge to Vietnam, by Richard Severo and Lewis Milford: noted, 89:434–35

Wage Stabilization Board, 76:126

Waggenspack, Beth M.: book review by, 108:299–301

Waggoner, Diane: and Sarah Greenough, Art of the American Snapshot, The: From the Collection of Robert F. Jackson, reviewed, 106:128–29

Waggoner, Virgil: Monsanto, 102:163

Wagner, Charles, 98:185

Wagner, John Peter ("Honus"), 82:371, 99:113

Wagner, Robert, 71:217, 79:47–48

Wagner, Stephen: Eisenhower Republicanism: Pursuing the Middle Way, illus., 105:465; review essay, 105:461–74

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

Wagnon, John P., 76:276, 277

Wagnon, Thomas P., 76:274

Wagoner, Dr. ——, 73:414

Wahrhaftig, Albert L., 74:246

Wain, Bea, 96:277

Wainscott, George W., 69:113

Wainwright, Jonathan M., 86:254

Waite, Morrison Remick, 70:128

Wake, Duke, 88:194–95

Wakefield, Dan, 79:236, 238

Wakefield, Dick, 82:384

Wakefield-Davis Realty Company (Louisville, Ky.): land development by, 107:55, 58, 60

Wake Forest College (Winston-Salem, N.C.), 110:65

Wakelyn, Jon L., 89:200–202; Biographical Dictionary of the Confederacy, reviewed, 76:70–72; book reviews by, 89:87–88, 92:88–89; ed., Southern Pamphlets on Secession, November 1860–April 1861, reviewed, 95:102–3; and Edward Magdol, eds., The Southern Common People: Studies in Nineteenth-Century Social History, reviewed, 79:290–92; and Walter J. Fraser Jr., and R. Frank Saunders Jr., eds., The Web of Southern Social Relations: Women, Family, and Education, reviewed, 84:319–20

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