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



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Waking Their Neighbors Up: The Nashville Agrarians Rediscovered, by Thomas Daniel Young: reviewed, 81:334–36

Walcutt, Alice, 88:33, 36, 39

Walcutt, Charles Carroll, 88:36

Walcutt, Delano Brown, 88:33, 36, 39

Wald, Lillian, 75:257, 96:363

Walden, Elisha, 68:118

Walden, Lillie B., 98:393, 395

Walden, Luke: Nancy D. Campbell and J. P. Olsen, Narcotic Farm, The: The Rise and Fall of America's First Prison for Drug Addicts, reviewed, 107:86–88

Walden Ridge, 72:287

Waldrans Ridge (Tenn.), 108:21

Waldrep, Christopher, 97:86, 98, 110:237; "An Interloper in the Oligarchy: Livingston County's County Seat Controversy of 1806–1809," 78:115–22; book note by, 86:97–98; book reviews by, 82:396–97, 87:82–83, 174–75, 89:94–96, 300–301, 94:82–83, 422–23, 101:165–67, 106:250–52, 107:586–89; and Donald G. Nieman, eds., Local Matters: Race, Crime, and Justice in the Nineteenth-Century South, reviewed, 100:370–71; ed., "A 'Trust Lawyer' Tries to Help Kentucky Farmers: Augustus E. Willson's 1907 Letter to George B. Cortelyou," 83:347–55; "Garrett Davis and the Problem of Democracy and Emancipation," 110:363–402; "'Human Wolves': The Night Riders and the Killing of Axiom Cooper," 81:407–24; "Immigration and Opportunity Along the Cumberland River in Western Kentucky," 80:392–407; Jury Discrimination: The Supreme Court, Public Opinion, and a Grassroots Fight for Racial Equality in Mississippi, reviewed, 108:293–96; Lynching in America: A History in Documents, reviewed, 105:316–17; "Matthew Lyon Comes to Frontier Kentucky," 77:201–6; "Memory, History, and the Meaning of the Civil War—A Review Essay," 102:383–402; and Michael Bellesiles, eds., Documenting American Violence: A Sourcebook, reviewed, 104:798–99; Night Riders: Defending Community in the Black Patch, 1890–1915, reviewed, 92:305–9; quoted, 102:283; "The Impact of Race on Law in Kentucky: A Research Note," 90:165–82; "The Law, the Night Riders, and Community Consensus: The Prosecution of Dr. David Amoss," 82:235–56; "Tradition, Community, and Change: Barkley Dam and the Relocation of Eddyville and Kuttawa, 1950–1960," 88:183–204; "Who Were Kentucky's Whig Voters? A Note on Voting in Eddyville Precinct in August 1850," 79:326–32

Waldrep, G. C. III: book review by, 100:242–45

Waldron, Ann, 90:374

Waldstreicher, David, 105:261; Runaway America: Benjamin Franklin, Slavery, and the American Revolution, review essay, 105:247, 261–64; Slavery's Constitution: From Revolution to Ratification, reviewed, 107:273–74

Wales, 70:185, 320, 322, 72:11

Walke, Henry: during Civil War, 74:3–4, 6–7, 80, 81, 83, 173, 177–79, 184–85, 188–89

Walker, ——, 88:131, 92:137

Walker, Adelaide: reporting on Harlan County, Ky., 107:487–90, 499, 503, 506–7

Walker, Alexander, 84:127

Walker, Clarence E.: Deromanticizing Black History, reviewed, 91:115–16; Mongrel Nation: The America Begotten by Thomas Jefferson and Sally Hemings, noted, 107:634–35

Walker, David, 78:115, 118, 110:534; Appeal, 70:149

Walker, David Alexander: book reviews by, 100:556–57, 101:544–46, 102:136–38

Walker, E. B., 78:346

Walker, Edward G., 110:534

Walker, Esther: and civil rights protests in Richmond, Ky., 109:386–87

Walker, Felix, 68:112, 116, 72:397

Walker, Ferdinand Graham: portrait by, 101:23

Walker, Harry, 90:106–7

Walker, Henry, 88:147

Walker, Hugh: and Cornelia Walker, 70:238

Walker, Janet Lowell: book review by, 78:67–68

Walker, Jeff, 98:18, 19

Walker, Jesse, 69:264

Walker, J. M., 97:285

Walker, John, 70:280, 104:53, 58

Walker, John B., 74:242

Walker, J. P.: Jefferson Davis portrait by, 107:212

Walker, Juliet E. K.: Free Frank: A Black Pioneer on the Antebellum Frontier, reviewed, 82:177–79

Walker, Leroy Pope, 70:256, 99:343

Walker, Margaret, 77:8

Walker, Marianne: Margaret Mitchell & John Marsh: The Love Story Behind Gone With the Wind, reviewed, 92:203–4

Walker, Peter: Moral Choices: Memory, Desire, and Imagination in Nineteenth-Century American Abolition, reviewed, 78:79–80

Walker, Randolph, 72:427

Walker, Robert H.: "Contributions in American Series," 73:329; Reform in America: The Continuing Frontier, reviewed, 84:448–50

Walker, Robert J., 71:323; recognition of Texas, 107:569

Walker, Samuel E.: Popular Justice: A History of American Criminal Justice, reviewed, 80:93–96

Walker, Thomas, 68:92, 94–95, 97–100, 102, 69:248, 274, 286, 70:72, 235, 71:131, 133, 75:143, 83:221–22, 90:225–26

Walker, William: Nicaragua campaign, 105:614; Southern Harmony and Musical Companion, noted, 86:406

Walker, Wyatt T., 99:29

Walker family, 69:287, 88:17



Walker's Appeal, by David Walker, 110:534

Walking Toward the Sunset: The Melungeons of Appalachia, by Wayne Winkler: reviewed, 102:216–23

Wall, Barbra Mann: book review by, 106:235–37

Wall, Bennett H., 103:725; book reviews by, 76:53–54, 88:457–58, 90:380–83, 91:456–57, 95:88–90; Goebel collection of, 103:204; and integration of the University of Ky., 103:407; Thomas D. Clark letters to, 103:323, 325–26, 362, 374, 377, 388, 394–96, 407–14, 428

Wall, David, 91:290

Wall, Helena M.: book reviews by, 100:365–66, 101:327–29

Wall, Joseph Frazier: Andrew Carnegie, reviewed, 69:181–83

Wall, Maryjean: book review by, 101:112–13; How Kentucky Became Southern: A Tale of Outlaws, Horse Thieves, Gamblers, and Breeders, reviewed, 109:78–80

Wallace, Albert, 110:491

Wallace, Anthony F. C., 72:284

Wallace, Caleb, 70:4, 78:103–4, 80:274–75, 95:343–44, 100:332; slavery views of, 102:24

Wallace, David: and Peter Williams, Unit 731: Japan's Secret Biological Warfare in World War II, noted, 88:120

Wallace, Ellen McGaughey: diary of, 110:491–93

Wallace, George C., 69:97, 85:159, 99:6, 38, 121, 214, 109:390; Stand Up For America, reviewed, 76:81–82

Wallace, Gusty, 98:389, 404

Wallace, Henry A., 84:147–48, 151–53, 155, 161, 163, 165; Edward F. Prichard's evaluation of, 104:503–4; support of the Bradens, 104:223

Wallace, H. Lew: book reviews by, 88:232–33, 90:420–21, 93:88–89

Wallace, James E.: book note by, 81:340; Ky. Historical Society, 101:37; "Let's Talk About the Weather: A Historiography of Antebellum Kentucky Agriculture," 89:179–99; oral history project, 104:663; remarks at the Jefferson Davis symposium, 107:147–48; and Winona L. Fletcher, and Sheila Mason Burton, eds., Community Memories: A Glimpse of Africian American Life in Frankfort, noted, 102:149–50

Wallace, John, 88:35

Wallace, John H., 100:490–91

Wallace, Lew, 81:344, 96:11, 229–30, 244; during Civil War, 74:173, 188

Wallace, Lurleen B., 99:214

Wallace, Mac, 104:583

Wallace, Patricia Ward: Politics of Conscience: A Biography of Margaret Chase Smith, reviewed, 94:338–39

Wallace, Robert: land claim of, 102:553

Wallace, Robert K.: Thirteen Women Strong: The Making of a Team, noted, 107:629

Wallace, Tom, 79:347, 84:45, 92:190, 94:258; and the power issue at Cumberland Falls, 81:29–31, 33, 35, 39, 45–47, 49, 51–52, 55, 57

Wallace, William, 69:191

Wallace's Restaurant (Lexington, Ky.): civil rights protests at, 109:368

Wallace's University School (Nashville, Tenn.), 69:280

Wallas, Graham, 84:303



Wall Between, by Anne Braden: noted, 98:134

Wallduck, Fred, 82:172–73

Wallen's Creek (Ky.), 95:122

Wallenstein, Peter, 110:239–40; book reviews by, 94:190–92, 338–39, 95:98–99, 97:212–14, 477–79; "Pioneer Black Legislators from Kentucky, 1860s–1960s," 110:533–57

Waller, Altina L., 97:99; book review by, 88:346–48; Feud: Hatfields, McCoys, and Social Change in Appalachia, 1860–1900, reviewed, 87:58–59; "Feuding and Modernization in Appalachia: The Hatfields and McCoys," 87:385–404; and Mary Beth Pudup, and Dwight B. Billings, eds., Appalachia in the Making: The Mountain South in the Nineteenth Century, reviewed, 94:300–302

Waller, Bill, 72:301–2

Waller, Catherine Breckinridge, 91:162

Waller, Edward, 91:162–63

Waller, George M.: The American Revolution in the West, reviewed, 75:159–61

Waller, Gregory A.: Main Street Amusements: Movies and Commercial Entertainment in a Southern City, 1896–1930, reviewed, 95:183–85

Waller, Henry, 91:162

Waller, James B., 91:162

Waller, James K., 81:33–34

Waller, John, 73:233, 238, 79:241, 245

Waller, John L., 74:203, 205

Waller, Littleton: court-martial of, 104:73–74

Waller, Lucy Alexander, 91:162

Waller, Maurice, 91:162

Waller, William, 91:162; ed. Nashville: in the 1890s, reviewed, 69:279–80

Waller, William E., 79:241, 261, 265

Waller, William I., 97:290

Waller, William Smith, 91:162

Waller, William T., 87:411

Waller's Station, Va., 92:138, 139

Walling, Alonzo, 98:391

Walling, Anna (Strunsky), 96:353, 356–58, 360, 366

Walling, Rosalind English, 96:352

Walling, William English: and the civil rights movement, 96:351–76

Walling, Willoughby, 96:352

Wallins, Ky.: and the Ford Automotive Company, 107:483

Wallis, Frederick, 81:49, 51–52, 57, 104:414

Wallowing in Sex: The New Sexual Culture of 1970s American Television, by Elana Levine: reviewed, 105:374–76

Walls, David S.: and John B. Stephenson, ed., Appalachia in the Sixties, reviewed, 70:236–37

Walls, James, 84:261

Walls, Robert, 84:261



Wall Street Journal, 99:105, 101:484; vinyl chloride story, 102:174

Walnut Hill, Ky.: revival at, 106:182–84

Walnut Street (Lexington, Ky.): churches on, 106:196, 198

Walnut Street (Louisville, Ky.), 106:59, 65, 107:44, 109:311, 373, 414; business district of, 109:329; George Keats's home on, 106:56, 58; illus., 104:239; Jesuit school on, 108:236

Walnut Street Baptist Church (Louisville, Ky.), 90:237, 238, 244

Walpole, Robert, 109:2

Walsh, Frank P., 92:183

Walsh, John Evangelist: The Shadows Rise: Abraham Lincoln and the Ann Rutledge Legend, reviewed, 92:206–7

Walsh, J. T., 84:371

Walsh, Justin E.: The Centennial History of the Indiana General Assembly, 1816–1978, noted, 86:312–13

Walsh, Lorena: Motives of Honor, Pleasure, and Profit: Plantation Management in the Colonial Chesapeake, 1607-1763, reviewed, 108:117–19

Walsh, Margaret: The Rise of the Midwestern Meat Packing Industry, reviewed, 81:453–55

Walsh, Thomas Y.: eulogy of Henry Clay, 106:541

Walt Disney: The Triumph of the American Imagination, by Neal Gabler: reviewed, 105:532–34

Walter, Mac: 1962 senatorial campaign, 104:584

Walter, Peggy, 106:473

Walter Reed Hospital (Washington, D.C.), 70:135

Walters, Alexander, 96:363

Walters, Betty Lawson: Furniture Makers of Indiana, 70:346–48

Walters, Harry F., 84:387

Walters, John L., 75:88

Walters, Kerry S.: Benjamin Franklin and His Gods, 105:250

Walters, Tyler O.: book note by, 89:334



Walter Scott (steamboat), 70:195

Walthall, Edward C., 69:353, 97:265, 285

Walther, Eric H.: book review by, 105:495–97; The Fire-Eaters, reviewed, 91:343–45; William Lowndes Yancey and the Coming of the Civil War, reviewed, 105:710–11

Walther, Frank C.: subdivision development by, 107:73

Walton, Gary M.: and Erik F. Haites and James Mak, Western River Transportation: The Era of Early Internal Development, 1810–1860, reviewed, 74:346, 347

Walton, John, 68:289

Walton, Mary Lou, 88:185

Walton, Robert, 68:124

Walton, Simeon, 79:242

Walton, William: ed., A Civil War Courtship: The Letters of Edwin Weller from Antietam to Atlanta, reviewed, 80:107–9



Waltons (television program), 96:127

Waltzing into the Cold War: The Struggle for Occupied Austria, by James Jay Carafano: reviewed, 100:561–63

Wambold, D. W., 93:291



Wampum Denied: Procter's War of 1812, by Sandy Antal: noted, 97:238

Wand, Augustin C.: and M. Lilliana Owens, editors, Nerinckx–Kentucky–Loretto, 1804–1851, reviewed, 72:411–12



Wandering Souls: Protestant Migrations in America, 1630-1865, by S. Scott Rohrer: reviewed, 109:209–11

Wang, Zuoyue: book review by, 105:358–60

"Wannabe Historian in World War II," by Lowell H. Harrison, 96:269–93

War Against Proslavery Religion: Abolitionism and the Northern Churches, 1830–1865, by John R. McKivigan: reviewed, 83:156–57

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

Ward, Andrew Harrison, 76:214; career of, 105:401; evaluation George C. Lockhart, 105:416; and the Green v. Gould case, 105:401, 402; illus., 105:400

Ward, Asbury, 76:144

Ward, Ashley W.: book note by, 84:103

Ward, Barbara, 71:166

Ward, Charles, 93:293

Ward, David F.: and Vincent Kohler, eds., Harlan Hubbard Journals, 1929–1944, noted, 86:97–98

Ward, Edith, 84:112

Ward, Ferdinand, 81:366, 373

Ward, Geoffrey C.: A First-Class Temperament: The Emergence of Franklin Roosevelt, reviewed, 88:360–61

Ward, Harry M.: book reviews by, 84:217–18, 86:181–82, 92:414–15; Charles Scott and the "Spirit of '76," reviewed, 86:377–78; Between the Lines: Banditti of the American Revolution, reviewed, 101:334–35; Major General Adam Stephen and the Cause of American Liberty, reviewed, 88:340–41

Ward, Henry, 84:417, 85:154, 159, 104:570, 598; 1963 Democratic gubernatorial primary, 104:580; 1967 gubernatorial campaign, 104:600

Ward, Jack, 90:91

Ward, John, 69:192–94

Ward, John K.: "Skirmish at Sacramento: Battle of Future Generals," 75:79–91

Ward, John William, 92:250; Andrew Jackson: Symbol for an Age, 110:576

Ward, Kyle: Not Written in Stone: Learning and Unlearning American History through 200 Years of Textbooks, reviewed, 108:272–74

Ward, Lester Frank, 110:37

Ward, Lucretia B. ("Lukey"), 99:29, 36–37, 387

Ward, Matthew C.: Breaking the Backcountry: The Seven Years' War in Virginia and Pennsylvania, 1754–1765, reviewed, 101:505–7

Ward, Matthews Flournoy: murder trial of, 81:137, 139, 144–47, 91:383, 384; trial of and Ky. criminal justice, 84:107–45

Ward, Mike, 99:275

Ward, Nan K.: basketball official rating of, 109:447

Ward, R. J.: correspondence with Joseph Holt, 106:386

Ward, Robert David: and William Warren Rogers, Convicts, Coal, and the Banner Mine Tragedy, noted, 85:393

Ward, Robert J., 84:110–12, 115, 118–21, 124–25, 128, 134, 136, 141

Ward, Robert J. ("Bob") Jr., 84:112–13, 127–29, 135

Ward, Robert Jr., 81:145

Ward, Robert S., 69:134

Ward, Sadie, 92:41, 43

Ward, Sallie, 77:2, 84:116

Ward, Sarah Clifford, 77:23

Ward, Victor, 84:112–13

Ward, William, 81:144–47, 84:113, 118, 126–28, 135, 137, 91:266, 267–69, 272; and the first statehood convention, 80:272, 274

Ward, William S., 91:49, 97:84; A Literary History of Kentucky, reviewed, 88:82–83

Ward, Williamson D., 110:336

Ward, William T.: and John Hunt Morgan's raid, 110:349–50

Wardaman, Bill, 97:408

Ward-Belmont College (Nashville, Tenn.), 69:90

Wardell, L. J.: and Grant's Jewish expulsion order, 103:633

Warder, Gano, 82:242

"War Divides Green River Country, A," by Helen Bartler Crocker, 70:295–311

Wardlaw, Ralph, 72:331–33

Wardley, James: and the Shakers, 109:5–6

Wardley, Jane: and the Shakers, 109:5–6

Ward Seminary (Nashville, Tenn.), 69:280

Ward Stilson Company, 94:282

Wardsworth, A. A., 98:63

Ware, Addison, 74:189

Ware, Henry, 88:41

Ware, James: and second Ky. capitol, 103:507

Ware, James D., 98:250, 251

Ware, Jim, 104:594

Ware, Louis, 97:430, 431, 432

Ware, Norman, 70:181, 85:48, 60

Ware, Orie, 80:19

Ware, Susan, 98:406, 408, 412, 427; Still Missing: Amelia Earhart and the Search for Modern Feminism, reviewed, 92:334–35

Ware, Thomas Clayton: and Nathaniel Cheairs Hughes Jr., Theodore O'Hara: Poet Soldier of the Old South, reviewed, 96:387–89

Warfield, Benjamin Breckinridge, 72:333–36

Warfield, Caleb, 79:327

Warfield, C. P., 89:384

Warfield, Elisha, 69:191, 97:385, 100:478

Warfield, Mary, 72:333

Warfield, Mary Breckinridge, 69:379

Warfield, Mary Jane, 73:381

Warfield, Miss E. O., 89:156

Warfield, Rebecca, 72:159

Warfield, Robert, 82:249

Warfield, Sadie Jarvis, 68:48

Warfield, W. C., 89:388

Warfield, William, 69:368, 375

Warfield, William Breckinridge, 72:333

War Food Administration, 104:492

War Games: Richard Harding Davis and the New Imperialism, by John Seelye: reviewed, 102:124–26

War Hawks: and Henry Clay, 107:553

Waring, Fred, 97:35

Waring, George E., 97:195



War in Kentucky: From Shiloh to Perryville, by James Lee McDonough: reviewed, 94:423–25

War in the Modern Great Power System, 1495–1975, by Jack S. Levy: noted, 82:320

War in the South, The: The Carolinas and Georgia in the American Revolution, an Informal History, by Donald Barr Chidsey: reviewed, 68:186–87

War Labor Board, 104:490, 503

Warley, William, 78:47, 51; political career of, 110:544

War Manpower Commission, 100:168, 105:430

Warnell, N. W.: and C. P. Cawthorn, Pioneer Baptist Church Records of South-Central Kentucky and the Upper Cumberland of Tennessee, 1799–1899, noted, 84:235

Warner, Charles D., 91:177–78

Warner, Glenn ("Pop"), 97:425–26, 431

Warner, Harry: B. F. Goodrich, 102:163

Warner, Jack, 90:61

Warner, Joseph, 69:134

Warner, Lee H.: Free Men in an Age of Servitude: Three Generations of a Black Family, noted, 91:367–68

Warner, Sam Bass, 87:122, 107:56–57

Warner, Thomas, 80:202

Warner, W. F., 69:367

Warner Brothers, 96:133–34, 98:425, 100:197, 275

War No More: The Antiwar Impulse in American Literature, 1861-1914, by Cynthia Wachtell: reviewed, 108:285–87

Warnsdorf, Charles, 78:298, 300, 302; land at Falls of the Ohio, 107:39

War of 1812, 68:239–40, 247–51, 281, 321, 324, 69:101, 136, 174, 294, 70:304, 348, 351, 71:52, 227, 326–27, 72:19, 81, 209, 280, 337, 73:366, 75:191–92, 287, 316, 318–19, 83:93–107, 88:412–13, 415–16, 95:225, 228, 97:383, 99:342, 100:32, 36, 41, 444, 106:336, 385, 501, 504, 107:553, 560–61, 109:298; and Charles S. Todd, 105:195–227, 226–27; Daniel Boone volunteers for, 102:492; Dudley's Defeat during, 104:5–42; and Henry Clay, 106:550, 554–57, 559, 563; heroes of, 105:578; and honor of Kentuckians, 105:213; and impressment, 107:563; Kentucky contribution to, 104:1–2; Ky. casualities in, 110:247; Ky. casualties in, 105:219; Ky. statistics of, 82:277–86; Ky. volunteers during, 105:56; map of Ohio during, 104:7; saltpeter mining during, 77:260; support of Kentucky for, 105:199–200; and western settlement, 106:338

War of 1812: A Forgotten Conflict, by Donald R. Hickey: reviewed, 88:468–69

War of the Austrian Succession (1740-1748), 70:241

War of the Austrian Succession (1740-48), 72:59, 361

War of the League of Augsburg (1688-97), 72:59



War of the Rebellion: report of John Hunt Morgan's first Ky. raid, 108:4

War of the Rebellion, The: A Compilation of the Official Records of the Union and Confederate Armies , 70:160

War of the Rebellion: A Compilation of the Official Records of the Union and Confederate Armies, 69:393

War of the Spanish Succession (1701-14), 72:59

War on Poverty, 107:364, 384–85, 389, 398, 405–6, 417; in Appalachia, special issue of the Register, 107:301–417; in Breathitt County, Ky., 107:401–17; and the causes of poverty, 107:344–45; critique of, 107:339–40, 350, 353, 366, 386–88; ending of, 107:416; and Lyndon B. Johnson, 107:302–5, 339–40, 346, 353, 373, 380–81, 383, 401, 403; and the National Advisory Commission on Rural Poverty, 107:339–69; opposition to, 104:239–40; programs of, 107:357

"War on Poverty in Appalachia–A Preliminary Report," by John M. Glen, 87:40–57

War Production Board (WPB), 96:68, 71–72, 77, 79, 104:488, 495; and Edward F. Prichard, 104:490–92, 495–97

Warren (Ky.) Intelligencer, 74:198

Warren (Union boat), 69:14

Warren, Anna Ruth Penn, 104:78

Warren, Craig A.: book review by, 108:285–87; Scars to Prove It: The Civil War Soldier and American Fiction, reviewed, 107:282–84

Warren, Earl, 70:131; The Memories of Earl Warren, reviewed, 76:257–59

Warren, E. H.: Harvard Law School, 104:434

Warren, George, 75:20–22, 25–27

Warren, Jamie: book review by, 108:406–8

Warren, Kenneth, 81:299

Warren, K. S. Sol, 83:124

Warren, Leonard: Constantine Samuel Rafinesque, noted, 104:804

Warren, Louis A., 68:231, 71:190, 106:298, 349–51; and John David Smith, A Man for the Ages: Tributes to Abraham Lincoln, reviewed, 77:211–12

Warren, Ohio, 68:27–29

Warren, Robert Franklin, 104:78

Warren, Robert Penn, 68:274, 70:295, 75:274, 277, 285, 84:146, 98:383, 101:4; and A. B. Guthrie, 104:77–78; Band of Angels, noted, 93:379; biographical sketch of, 104:78–79; on Bloody Monday, 69:95; Cave, The, noted, 104:813; and Civil War–Era Kentucky, 110:231, 241; commemorative postage stamp, 104:77–78, 93; Flood: A Romance of Our Time, listed, 102:153; honors of, 104:79; illus., 104:78; and Jefferson Davis, 107:215; Jefferson Davis Gets His Citizenship Back, 107:204; Jefferson Davis Gets His Citizenship Back, reviewed, 80:330–31; in Jesse Stuart correspondence, 80:32–33, 37, 52–53; John Brown: The Making of a Martyr, noted, 92:448–49; as a Kentuckian, 104:79; Legacy of the Civil War: Meditations on the Centennial, 110:483, 501–2; letter of, illus., 104:89; letters of, review essay, 104:77–94; life in Todd County, 90:368, 370–76; marriages of, 104:82; novels of, 104:2; personal life of, 104:91–92; political actions of, 104:92–93; Portrait of a Father, reviewed, 87:63–64; radio program of, 104:91–92; Thomas D. Clark commentary on, 103:294–95; Wilderness: A Tale of the Civil War, noted, 100:369; World Enough and Time, noted, 98:338–39

Warren, Samuel D. Jr., 77:31

Warren, Stephen: book reviews by, 98:299–301, 104:702–3

Warren, William, 89:12

Warren and Pearson's Wholesale Price Index, 70:181

Warren College (Bowling Green, Ky.), 68:193–94

Warren County, Ky., 69:322, 389, 70:299, 301, 310, 71:112, 412, 72:418, 73:235, 364, 74:53, 100:15, 108:97; courthouse of, 92:45; emancipationists meeting in, 74:200; free African Americans in, 109:300; highway markers committee, 69:90; limestone, 92:48; and public school reform, 109:54–55

Warren County, Ohio, 69:216, 399, 110:535; members of Ky. Regiment from, 105:572, 598–99

Warren family: family plot in Guthrie cemetery, 104:94

Warrenton, Mo., 70:18

Warrenton, Va., 106:538



Warrior and the Priest: Woodrow Wilson and Theodore Roosevelt, by John Milton Cooper Jr.: reviewed, 82:412–14
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