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



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Warriors and Scholars: A Modern Reader, edited by Peter B. Lane and Ronald E. Marcello: noted, 103:846

Warrior's Path (Ky.), 68:92–93

Warriors Trace (Lincoln County, Ky.), 102:555

War Road


War Savings Stamps, 98:191, 196

Warsaw, Ill., 105:231

Warsaw, Ky., 75:122; Union headquarters at, 110:343

Warsaw, Poland, 71:321

Warshauer, Matthew: Andrew Jackson and the Politics of Martial Law: Nationalism, Civil Liberties, and Partisanship, reviewed, 105:117–19

Warshaw, Shirley Anne: ed., Reexamining the Eisenhower Presidency, reviewed, 93:117–18



Wars of Watergate: The Last Crisis of Richard Nixon, by Stanley I. Kutler: reviewed, 89:329–30

Wars within a War: Controversy and Conflict over the American Civil War, edited by Joan Waugh and Gary W. Gallagher: reviewed, 107:118–19

Warth, L. Terry: book note by, 94:110–11; book reviews by, 83:85–86, 85:164–65, 87:167, 90:189–90, 96:98–99, 418–19

Warth, Robert D., 71:200; book review by, 72:82–84

War The Women Lived: Female Voices from the Confederate South, edited by Walter Sullivan: reviewed, 94:319–20

Wartime Papers of R. E. Lee, The, 71:317

"Wartime Romance and D-Day Tragedy: A Kentucky Flyer's Death and His Wife's Struggle to Cope," by Hugh Ridenour, 102:39–67



Wartime: Understanding and Behavior in the Second World War, by Paul Fussell: reviewed, 88:231–32

Wartime Washington: The Civil War Letters of Elizabeth Blair Lee, edited by Virginia Jeans Laas: reviewed, 91:99–100

War to End All Wars, The: The American Military Experience in World War I, by Edward M. Coffman, 99:124–26, 128, 133, 107:164; noted, 97:242

War Upon the Land: Military Strategy and the Transformation of Southern Landscapes, by Lisa M. Brady: reviewed, 110:595–97

War Was You and Me, The: Civilians in the American Civil War, edited by Joan E. Cashin: reviewed, 101:346–48

Warwick of the Knobs, by John Uri Lloyd, 91:36–40

Warwick Villa (Louisville, Ky.): development of, 107:57



War with Mexico!: America's Reporters Cover the Battlefront, by Tom Reilly, edited by Manley Witten: reviewed, 109:237–38

War with Spain in 1898, by David F. Trask: reviewed, 81:101–3

Washburn, Wilcomb E., 72:284

Washburn, William W.: photograph of Jefferson Davis, 107:232

Washburne, Cadwallader, 69:104

Washburne, Elihu B.: and Ulysses S. Grant, 81:374–77

Washing "The Great Unwashed": Public Baths in Urban America, 1840–1920, by Marilyn Thornton Williams: reviewed, 90:409–10

Washington: "Moonlight Schools" in, 74:19



Washington (D.C.) Chronicle: and the court-martial of Fitz John Porter, 110:416

Washington (D.C.) Evening Star: on Fred M. Vinson, 75:307

Washington (D.C.) Globe., 69:310

Washington (D.C.) Globe, 70:92, 81:197; on Andrew Jackson, 76:327

Washington (D.C.) Post, 73:326, 98:381, 104:470; on Fred M. Vinson, 75:306; and Philip Graham, 104:550–53; reporting on Harlan County, Ky., 107:475, 478; on Thomas Jefferson, 97:126

Washington (Ky.) Chronicle, 100:51

Washington (Ky.) Daily Morning Chronicle: on Joseph Holt, 97:24

Washington, Booker T., 70:328, 78:36, 83:259, 89:168, 91:73, 93:174, 94:244, 96:365

Washington, D.C., 68:11, 33, 81, 239, 315, 326, 69:54, 232, 310, 349, 379, 392, 70:115, 123, 128–30, 133, 135, 156, 313, 316, 319, 323, 329, 71:72–73, 82–83, 107, 140, 205–6, 317, 443, 446, 72:5, 115–16, 118, 121, 135, 151, 216, 244–45, 286, 351, 356–57, 364–65, 372, 375–77, 381, 383, 386, 407, 73:268–69, 271–72, 275, 277, 279, 282, 286–87, 297, 359, 368, 370, 372, 382, 390, 427, 74:26, 236–37, 307, 310, 75:22, 120, 92:173, 193, 93:198, 94:288, 98:261, 363, 99:103–4, 115, 268, 348, 100:3, 431, 442, 479, 105:221, 106:6, 9, 302, 471, 531, 107:196, 485–88, 109:200, 110:245, 255–56, 313, 364, 524, 540, 565, 568; and Alice Dunnigan, 109:289; bookmobile projects in, 95:60; Breckinridge family in, 101:58; burning of by British, 105:224; civil rights protests in, 109:354; during the Civil War, 69:103, 105, 108, 117, 121–22, 126; during Civil War, 110:259, 376, 469, 488; Civil War fortifications of, 106:388; death of Henry Clay in, 110:243–44; defense of, 101:447; filibustering efforts in, 105:583; Georgetown College at, 108:216; Jefferson Davis statues at, 107:208; NAACP in, 109:361; National Advisory Commission on Rural Poverty hearing in, 107:357, 364–66; slavery in, 68:132–46; and Theodore O'Hara, 105:575; Vicksburg campaign victory celebration, 103:654

Washington, Eliza, 89:156

Washington, Fanny Smith, 76:334

Washington, Ga., 75:138, 94:170

Washington, George, 68:21, 53, 287, 69:4, 154, 188, 233, 271, 286, 379, 388, 70:23, 73, 113, 123, 325, 71:119, 197, 364–65, 380, 383–84, 386–87, 447, 461–62, 72:14, 76, 82, 144, 209, 296, 395, 73:253, 375, 391, 394, 74:63, 261, 273, 75:122, 144, 191, 204–13, 292, 299, 76:92, 233, 271, 321, 78:107, 111, 79:246, 306, 80:277, 81:370, 82:121, 84:1–3, 5, 9, 11–12, 14, 16, 245, 89:50, 90:52, 230, 92:75, 144, 158, 93:29, 95:39, 97:124–26, 164, 99:96, 290, 100:13, 51, 55, 314, 345, 440, 101:281, 441, 102:489, 513, 103:60, 105:273, 106:471, 107:27, 255; and Abraham Lincoln, 106:483; birthday celebration, 107:576, 108:231; death of, 106:220; Farewell Address of, 107:558; and foreign-policy issues, 107:573; greatness of, 100:424, 455, 471–72; ideals of, 105:676; papers of, 74:64; and Samuel McDowell Sr., 100:332, 341, 343; and slavery, 101:100; and the U.S, Constitution, 110:380

Washington, George (nephew of President Washington), 70:123

Washington, Joseph, 89:389

Washington, Joseph G., 71:14, 16–17

Washington, Ky., 70:229, 246, 72:340, 75:319, 81:124, 92:146–47, 94:11, 13–14, 107:16; ii (Jan.)

Washington, Lucy Payne, 70:123

Washington, Martha, 107:255; correspondence of, 103:60; dress, 101:14; dress, illus., 101:15

Washington, Mary Ball, 93:84

Washington, Michael: book review by, 92:428–29

Washington, Pa., 71:382

Washington and Lee University (Lexington, Va.), 68:1

Washington Armament Conference (1922), 70:337

Washington County, Ky., 69:64, 114, 70:77, 247, 73:357, 365, 87:144–61; Catholic slaveholders in, 101:287; courthouses in, 70:35; John Hunt Morgan in, 108:25; Lincoln family in, 106:356; Progressivism in, 87:144–61

Washington County, Va., 71:402



Washington County: Politics and Community in Antebellum America, by Paul Bourke and Donald DeBats: reviewed, 94:78–80

Washington High School (Mason County, Ky.): i (Jan.)

Washington Monument (Washington, D.C.): Ky. inscription on, 110:246

Washington on the Brazos (Texas), 71:8



Washington on Washington, by Paul M. Zall: reviewed, 101:130–31

Washington Peace Conference (1861), 106:415, 425

Washington Redskins, 96:276

Washington's China: The National Security World, the Cold War, and the Origins of Globalism, by James Peck: reviewed, 105:161–62

Washington Society: temperance organization, 75:28



Washington's Partisan War, 1775–1783, by Mark W. Kwasny: reviewed, 95:185–86

Washington Square College (N.Y.), 96:292

Washington Square Methodist Church (N.Y.), 96:292

Washington Star, 104:551–52

Washington State Historical Society (Tacoma, Wash.), 72:66, 189



Washington Times-Herald, 104:551–52

Washington University (St. Louis, Mo.), 70:136

Washington University Medical School (St. Louis, Mo.), 68:367

Wason, James, 69:210

Wasson, Ben, 80:18

Wasson, Shelby: illus., 107:358

Wastell, Meme ——, 78:38

Watauga, Tenn., 70:238

Watauga River, 71:466

Watauga River Valley (Tenn.): Thomas Lincoln in, 106:356

Watauga Settlements (Tenn.), 72:80

Water Battery (Fort Donelson, Tenn.), 110:440

Waterfield, Harry Lee, 75:325, 84:400, 99:5, 26–28, 46; Edward F. Prichard's evaluation of, 104:511–12; political campaigns of, 104:510–12, 515–19, 536, 563–64, 569, 579, 587; relationship with Ned Breathitt, 104:591, 594, 597–98

Water from the Rock: Black Resistance in a Revolutionary Age, by Sylvia R. Frey: reviewed, 90:192–93

Watergate Scandal, 104:622; effect on Vietnam War, 102:348; Thomas D. Clark commentary on, 103:247

Waterloo (horse), 100:485

Waterloo, Ala., 74:289

Waterloo, Ill., 69:257

Waterman, Bryan: Republic of the Intellect: The Friendly Club and the Making of American Literature, reviewed, 105:484–86

Water Power Act (1920), 81:46

Waters, Jesse: election of, 109:429

Waters, John J.: book review by, 101:325–27

Waters, Otis B., 69:333

Waters, Sarah, 90:118

Waters, William, 90:118

Waters, Zack C.: and James C. Edmonds, Small but Spartan Band, A: The Florida Brigade in Lee's Army of Northern Virginia, reviewed, 108:417–19

Water Street (Lexington, Ky.), 100:475



Water Under the Bridge, by W. E. Davis: noted, 84:239

Waterville, Ohio, 104:22

Watervliet, N.Y., 74:217

Watervliet, Ohio, 94:50

Wathen, Charles, 68:254

Wathen family, 68:264

Watkins, ——, 89:6, 7

Watkins, Andrea S., 110:478; book reviews by, 91:345–46, 100:82–83, 105:106–8, 107:264–66; and James A. Ramage, Kentucky Rising: Democracy, Slavery, and Culture from the Early Republic to the Civil War, reviewed, 110:189–91

Watkins, C. C., 72:13

Watkins, Charles, 83:14–15

Watkins, Dianne: ed., Hello Janice: The Wartime Letters of Henry Giles, noted, 92:119–20

Watkins, Floyd C.: Then & Now: The Personal Past in the Poetry of Robert Penn Warren, reviewed, 81:432–34

Watkins, Henry, 69:210

Watkins, Isaac, 72:339

Watkins, J. S., 84:25–26, 28

Watkins, Lowry: book review by, 69:388–90

Watkins, Mildred, 85:145, 161

Watkins, Samuel S., 77:12, 90:80

Watkins, T. H.: The Great Depression: America in the 1930s, reviewed, 92:224–25

Watkins, Thomas G., 79:327

Watkins, William J. Jr.: Reclaiming the American Revolution: The Kentucky and Virginia Resolutions and Their Legacy, reviewed, 102:92–94

Watlington, Patricia, 80:67, 267, 91:299, 92:256–57; book review by, 71:312–13; The Partisan Spirit: Kentucky Politics, 1779–1792, reviewed, 70:330–32; "The Building of Liberty Hall," 69:313–18

Watman, Max: Chasing the White Dog: An Amateur Outlaw's Adventures in Moonshine, noted, 107:637

Watson,—: Shaker lawsuit, 109:18

Watson, Boyd, 92:36

Watson, Clarence Wayland, 77:291

Watson, Daniel, 77:25, 27

Watson, Elwood: book review by, 105:717–18

Watson, Gaylord, 77:26

Watson, Harry L., 100:33; Liberty and Power: The Politics of Jacksonian America, noted, 90:221

Watson, Henry, 97:257, 284

Watson, James R., 89:260

Watson, J. F., 69:148

Watson, John McC., 73:404

Watson, Judge: book review by, 80:222–24

Watson, Robert A., 98:65

Watson, Ronald G.: ed., From Ashby to Andersonville: The Civil War Diary and Remembrances of George A. Hitchcock, Private, Company A, 21st Massachusetts Regiment, August 1862–January 1865, noted, 97:239–40

Watson, Samuel: book reviews by, 99:303–5, 413–16, 100:77–78, 373–75, 101:344–46, 518–19, 104:145–46, 105:491–93

Watson, Thomas: illus., 107:358

Watson, Thomas E., 76:319

Watson, Thomas Shelby: Confederate Guerrilla Sue Mundy: A Biography of Kentucky Guerrilla Sue Mundy, reviewed, 106:231–33

Watson, Tom, 78:241, 94:261

Watson, William: land claims of, 102:547

Watson, William H.: during Mexican War, 106:26

Watson family: feuds of, 77:26

Watson Institute for International Studies (Brown University), 95:287

Watson's Landing (Fulton County, Ky.), 77:110

Watt, George: The Comet Connection: Escape from Hitler's Europe, reviewed, 89:322–23

Watt, Robert M., 99:33

Watters, Pat, 109:409

Watterson, George, 92:78

Watterson, Henry, 68:4, 7, 372, 69:168, 170, 71:39–40, 42–43, 218–19, 72:136, 141, 351, 73:374, 382–85, 74:311–12, 75:113, 76:30, 77:113, 78:224, 239–40, 81:278, 84:345, 391, 87:414, 89:358, 93:285, 94:249–54, 256–61, 95:30–32, 44–45, 96:32, 37–38, 98:85–86, 98, 101:1, 103:204; and Charles Parnell's visit to Louisville, Ky., 69:141–44, 148–49; and Confederate identity of Ky., 110:313; racial attitudes of New Departure Democrats, 105:393; on William Goebel, 78:330–33

Watterson, John Sayle: book review by, 105:739–40; College Football, reviewed, 99:192–94

Watterson Expressway (Louisville, Ky.), 107:34; construction of, 107:69

Watts (Los Angeles, Calif.): riot in, 107:349, 352, 356, 385

Watts, Isaac, 91:3; psalmbook of, 106:197

Watts, John, 84:417, 104:519, 563

Watts, Orville, 79:51–52

Watts, Shirley, 109:448

Watts, Thomas, 86:217, 97:179–80

Watts, Trent A.: book notes by, 93:379, 94:111; One Homogeneous People: Narratives of White Southern Identity, 1890-1920, reviewed, 109:117–19; White Masculinity in the Recent South, reviewed, 107:135–38

Waud, Alfred R.: sketch of Jefferson Davis, 107:246

Waugh, Alexander, 70:286

Waugh, Joan: and Alice Fahs, eds., Memory of the Civil War in American Culture, The, review essay about, 102:383–402; and Gary W. Gallgher, eds., Wars within a War: Controversy and Conflict over the American Civil War, reviewed, 107:118–19; on Grant's memoir, 102:392–95, 398

Waveland (Fayette County, Ky.): state historic site, 70:229

Waveland Museum (Fayette County, Ky.), 68:282

Wavell, Arthur, 71:90–92

Waverly Hills Sanatorium (Louisville, Ky.), 100:311

Waverly Hotel (Louisville, Ky.), 96:353

Waves of Opposition: Labor and the Struggle for Democratic Radio, by Elizabeth Fones-Wolf': reviewed, 104:762–64

Wax, Darold D.: book reviews by, 82:177–79, 87:173–74, 94:437–38; "Robert Ball Anderson, A Kentucky Slave, 1843–1864," 81:255–73

Waxhaw Indians, 69:268

Way, Albert G.: book review by, 110:105–7

Way, Fred Jr., 70:70

Way Down Yonder on Troublesome Creek, 97:113

Wayland, Ky., 107:314

Wayman, Ed: and civil rights protests in Richmond, Ky., 109:383–84

Wayman, Moses, 69:134

Wayne, Anthony, 69:131, 189, 261, 71:380–81, 386, 76:216, 270, 78:107, 83:6, 86:9, 12, 19, 330, 341, 91:249, 255, 256, 259, 312, 92:16, 158–59, 162, 172, 94:8; and the Kentuckians of the 1790s, 84:1–17

Wayne, John, 98:376–77

Wayne County, Ind.: and the Underground Railroad, 109:322

Wayne County, Ky.: cemetery in, 74:129; Federal occupation of Ky., 110:339; and public school reform, 109:37, 56; state capital relocation issue, 104:282

Wayne County, Ohio, 94:289

Wayne County, W.Va., 69:287

Waynesboro, Ga.: Camp Gordon branch POW camp at, 105:446

Waynesboro, Va., 71:398

Wayne State University (Detroit, Mich.): and Robert A. Sedler, 105:25–26

Way of the Fox, The: American Strategy in the War for America, 1775–1783, by Dave Richard Palmer: reviewed, 74:63–65

Ways, Means and Customs of Our Forefathers, by William E. Collins Sr.: reviewed, 76:61–62

Ways and Means (play), 76:270

Way Through the Wilderness: The Natchez Trace and the Civilization of the Southern Frontier, by William C. Davis: noted, 94:216–17

Way to Fort Pillow, The, by James Sherburne: reviewed, 70:154–56

Way to Wealth, The, by Benjamin Franklin, 105:266

W. B. Terry (Confederate steamer), 70:256–57

W. Duke and Sons (Durham, N.C.), 78:222, 226



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

Wea Indians, 92:163



Wealth Against Commonwealth, by Henry Demarest Lloyd, 73:352

"'We are Ordered to Do Everything': The National Advisory Commission on Rural Poverty, American Social Thought, and the War on Poverty," by Thomas Kiffmeyer, 107:305, 339–69

Weatherford, E. D.: Louisville lynching case, 102:371, 374, 378

Weatherford, John, 94:279

Weatherford, Willis: on Robert F. Kennedy, 107:392–93

Weaver, Andrew T.: and Frank L. Byrne, eds., Haskell of Gettysburg: His Life and Civil War Papers, noted, 88:118

Weaver, Anna Mary (Mrs. Charles P.), 83:24, 31–32

Weaver, Bill: "The Twain-Cable Lectures in Kentucky," 72:134–42

Weaver, David C.: and James F. Doster, Tenn-Tom Country: The Upper Tombigbee Valley, reviewed, 86:402–3

Weaver, Henry Clay, 72:370, 388

Weaver, Herbert: ed., Correspondence of James K. Polk, vol. 3: 1835–1836, reviewed, 74:140–41; and Wayne Cutler, editors, Correspondence of James K. Polk, reviewed, 77:65–67

Weaver, James B., 93:289; and Populism, 78:226, 231–32, 235, 237

Weaver, James R. ("Red"), 93:146, 97:417–19

Weaver, Richard M., 84:198

Weaver James B., 75:119

Weavers of the Southern Highlands, by Philis Alvic: reviewed, 101:120–21

Webb, Andrew, 110:517

Webb, Benedict J., 69:163; on Bloody Monday, 102:362; trial of Louisville rioters, 102:374

Webb, Billy: Union activity of, 86:217–25

Webb, Clive: Rabble Rousers: The American Far Right in the Civil Rights Era, reviewed, 108:441–42

Webb, Clyde M., 71:330

Webb, Del, 82:384–85

Webb, Donald, 83:130

Webb, Dudley, 83:130–31

Webb, George W.: Evolution Controversy in America, noted, 93:129–30

Webb, Jim: Vietnam memoir of, 102:296

Webb, Marla Ann Collins: See Collins, Marla Ann

Webb, Robin L., 99:274

Webb, Ross A., 80:76, 86:61, 62, 110:233; book reviews by, 74:130–31, 77:150–51, 81:221–22; Kentucky in the Reconstruction Era, reviewed, 78:159–62; "'The Past Is Never Dead, It's Not Even Past': Benjamin P. Runkle and the Freedmen's Bureau in Kentucky, 1866–1870," 84:343–60

Webb, Walter Prescott: Thomas D. Clark commentary on, 103:328–29

Webb, Will, 70:212

Webb, William, 75:128

Webb, William S., 68:147

Webber, Michael J.: New Deal Fat Cats: Business, Labor, and Campaign Finance in the 1936 Presidential Election, reviewed, 100:105–7

Webber, Thomas, 91:68



We Be Here When the Morning Comes, by Bryan Wooley, 107:500; reviewed, 75:148–50

Weber, Captain—, 108:53



Web of Southern Social Relations: Women, Family, and Education, edited by Walter J. Fraser Jr., R. Frank Saunders Jr., and Jon L. Wakelyn: reviewed, 84:319–20

Webster, Daniel, 68:220, 72:152, 246, 419, 73:337, 363, 368, 374, 75:286, 290, 78:3, 82:21, 85:4, 21, 22, 86:343, 89:34, 94:358, 110:442, 445; described, 100:440, 451; family of, 100:442; and Henry Clay, 100:453, 457–58, 465; and the Hungarian revolution, 107:574–75; illus., 100:452, 456, 106:497; rank among senators, 100:426, 455; religion of, 106:542; and trade with British West Indies, 107:562; and the U.S, Constitution, 110:380

Webster, Delia A., 69:325–28, 90:78, 96:313, 103:698

Webster, Joseph D., 74:189

Webster, Moses, 86:371

Webster County, Ky., 71:347, 72:17, 263, 99:346; desegregation in, 104:559; during World War II, 100:140, 168, 176, 178

Webster High School (Webster County, Ky.): Kentucky Girls' High School State Basketball Tournament, 109:461–62

"We Cannot Escape History": Lincoln and the Last Best Hope of Earth, edited by James M. McPherson: reviewed, 94:180–82

Wecter, Dixon, 72:285

Wedderburn, Alexander, 105:256, 259

Weddington family, 69:287

Wedell, Marsha: Elite Women and the Reform Impulse in Memphis, 1875–1915, reviewed, 91:102–4

Weed, Thurlow, 68:25, 75:319

Weekes, Nick, 92:405

Weeks, William E.: John Quincy Adams and American Global Empire, noted, 90:427

Weems, John Edward: To Conquer A Peace: The War Between the United States and Mexico, reviewed, 72:409–10; The Fate of the Maine, noted, 90:319–20

Weems, Mason Locke, 73:318

Wehrle, Edmund F.: book review by, 92:224–25; "Work Begins Today: Quaker Volunteers in Depression-Era Kentucky, 1933," 90:345–67

Weichmann, Louis J.: A True History of Abraham Lincoln and of the Conspiracy of 1865, reviewed, 74:247–48

Weidner, Charles D.: death of, 104:50, 53, 58

Weigley, Emma S.: "Adventures in Good Eating: Duncan Hines of Kentucky," 97:27–41; book review by, 97:475–77

Weigley, Russell F., 101:446, 448; book reviews by, 81:303–4, 84:320–23; Eisenhower's Lieutenants: The Campaigns of France and Germany, 1944–1945, reviewed, 80:354–56; Great Civil War: A Military and Political History, 1861–1865, reviewed, 99:77–79

Weil, Marx: Civil War service of, 110:170

Weil, Moses: Civil War service of, 110:170

Weimar on the Pacific: German Exile Culture in Los Angeles and the Crisis of Modernism, by Ehrhard Bahr: reviewed, 105:536–38

Weimar Republic, 100:155, 163

Weinberg, Bill: and Laurel Shackelford, eds., Our Appalachia: An Oral History, noted, 87:194; and Laurel Shackelford, Our Appalachia, 81:289

Weinberg, Gerhard L.: Foreign Policy of Hitler's Germany: Diplomatic Revolution in Europe, 1933–36, reviewed, 69:291–92

Weinberg, Julius, 74:68

Weinberg, Lois Combs, 99:256

Weiner, Lynn Y.: From Working Girl to Working Mother: The Female Labor Force in the United States, 1820–1980, reviewed, 83:366–67

Weiner, Myron, 74:279

Weingardner, Ben, 92:52, 59

Weingartner, Steven: Cantigny at Seventy-Five: A Professional Discussion, noted, 94:349–50

Weinstein, Leo: and Stanley Elkins, and Eric McKitrick, eds., Men of Little Faith: Selected Writings of Cecelia Kenyon, reviewed, 101:509–10

Weintraub, Stanley: A Stillness Heard Round the World: The End of the Great War, November 1918, reviewed, 84:333–34

Weir, Anna Cowman (Rumsey), 72:10–11

Weir, James, 75:187–89; career of in Owensboro, Ky., 72:10–19

Weir, James Sr., 72:10–11

Weir, Robert: Last Communion of Henry Clay, illus., 106:543

Weir, William, 72:11

Weirding the War: Stories from the Civil War's Ragged Edges, edited by Stephen Berry: reviewed, 110:604–7

Weirick, Samuel T., 73:304

Weisberger, Bernard A., 86:53, 64; book review by, 109:112–15

Weisbrodt, Mrs. Beatrice, 95:169

Weise, Robert S., 107:349; book reviews by, 93:490–92, 94:300–302, 95:206–8, 97:226–28, 107:289–91; Grasping at Independence: Debt, Male Authority, and Mineral Rights in Appalachian Kentucky, 1850–1915, reviewed, 100:352–54; "New Deal in the Cold War, A: Carl D. Perkins, Coal, and the Political Economy of Poverty in Eastern Kentucky," 107:305, 307–38

Weisenburger, Steven, 97:97; book reviews by, 101:208–12, 558–60, 104:318–20

Weisert, John J.: "Lemcke Visits Kentucky's German Colonies in 1885," 75:222–32

Weisiger, Captain ——, 73:391, 392

Weisiger's Tavern (Frankfort, Ky.), 69:236

Weiss, Jessica: book review by, 102:262–64; To Have and to Hold: Marriage, the Baby Boom, and Social Change, reviewed, 100:110–12

Weiss, Nancy J.: Farewell to the Party of Lincoln, 109:395; Farewell to the Party of Lincoln: Black Politics in the Age of FDR, reviewed, 83:164–65; and James M. Banner Jr., Michael D. Bell, Lawrence B. Holland, and James M. McPherson, eds., Blacks in America: Bibliographical Essays, reviewed, 70:146–48; Whitney M. Young Jr., and the Struggle for Civil Rights, reviewed, 89:428–29

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