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



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Weiss, Richard A.: "An Excursion to Mammoth Cave in Kentucky," 71:272–95; and Lee A. Dew, In Pursuit of the Dream: History of Kentucky Wesleyan College, reviewed, 91:206–8

Weissbach, Lee Shai: Jewish Life in Small-Town America: A History, reviewed, 104:791–94; "Kentucky Jewry during Civil War," 110:165–84; The Synagogues of Kentucky: History and Architecture, reviewed, 93:470–71; "The Peopling of Lexington, Kentucky: Growth and Mobility in a Frontier Town," 81:115–33

Weitz, Mark A.: A Higher Duty: Desertion Among Georgia Troops during Civil War, reviewed, 98:120–22; More Damning Than Slaughter: Desertion in the Confederate Army, reviewed, 103:798–99

Weizmann, Chaim, 74:237

Welaunee Plantation (Fla.), 100:336

Welch, Charles W., 74:119, 79:337

Welch, James, 69:129–30

Welch, Jeanie M.: book review by, 99:427–29

Welch, Louisa: murder of, 102:358–59

Welch, Richard E. Jr.: Presidencies of Grover Cleveland, reviewed, 88:101–2

Welcome, Verda, 110:553



Welcome the Traveler Home: Jim Garland's Story of the Kentucky Mountains, edited by Julia S. Ardery: reviewed, 82:181–83

Weld, Theodore: racial attitude of, 106:316, 330

Weldon, Myrtle, 96:151, 152, 161

Welky, David: Thousand-Year Flood, The: The Ohio-Mississippi Disaster of 1937, reviewed, 110:223–26

Weller, William L., 90:238, 249

Welles, Gideon, 74:5, 106:374, 110:402; and Emancipation Proclamation, 110:388–89

Welles, Sumner, 73:321

Wellesley College, 70:143

Wellesley College (Wellesley, Mass.), 93:197, 101:52; girls' basketball at, 109:159; and Sophonisba Preston Breckinridge, 101:56–58

Wellman, Judith, 101:108

Wellman, William A., 98:425

Well Nigh Reconstructed: A Political Novel, by William S. Pearson: noted, 108:443

Well-Read Lives: How Books Inspired a Generation of American Women, by Barbara Sicherman: reviewed, 109:115–17

Well Regulated Militia, A: The Founding Fathers and the Origins of Gun Control in America, by Saul Cornell: reviewed, 105:104–6

Wells, Anne Sharp: and D. Clayton James, From Pearl Harbor to V-J Day: The American Armed Forces in World War II, reviewed, 94:92–94

Wells, Cheryl A.: Civil War Time: Temporality and Identity in America, 1861–1865, reviewed, 104:152–54

Wells, Dianne, 68:282; and Thomas H. Appleton Jr., and Melba Porter Hay, eds., Roadside History: A Guide to Kentucky Highway Markers, reviewed, 100:204–5

Wells, Evelyn, 85:245, 249

Wells, George, 87:133

Wells, Ida B., 98:253

Wells, Jeremy: book review by, 109:239–42

Wells, Jonathan Daniel, 107:519; and Sheila R. Phipps, eds., Entering the Fray: Gender, Politics, and Culture in the New South, reviewed, 107:621–23

Wells, Mrs. O. C., 89:276

Wells, Rainey T., 90:60

Wells, Samuel, 88:147

Wells, Samuel T., 97:284

Wells, Tom H.: The Confederate Navy: A Study in Organization, 70:158–60

Wells, William B., 88:77

Wells-Barnett, Ida, 84:263–64

Wells-Fargo, 97:28–29

Wellston, Ohio, 97:404

Wellstone, Paul: visit to eastern Ky., 107:398

Welschbillig, Peter J., 69:345

Welsh, Jack D.: Medical Histories of Union Generals, reviewed, 95:204–5

Welsh, Mary Elizabeth, 89:76

Welsh, Matthew E., 99:22

Welter, Barbara: Dimity Convictions: The American Woman in the Nineteenth Century, reviewed, 77:229–31

Welty, Eudora: and Robert Penn Warren, 104:82

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

Wendell Berry and Religion: Heaven's Earthly Life, edited by Joel James Shuman and L. Roger Owens: reviewed, 107:423–25

Wendell Berry and the Agrarian Tradition, by Kimberly K. Smith: reviewed, 101:115–18

Wendell Berry: Life and Work, edited by Jason Peters: reviewed, 105:475–77

Wendover, Ky.: Frontier Nursing Service headquarters at, 82:272–73, 275

Wenninger, Francis: and slavery, 108:241

Wentworth, Richard: Thomas D. Clark letter to, 103:356

Wentworth, W. A., 68:282, 75:243; i, ii (July); in memoriam to, 70:61–62

"We Return Fighting": The Civil Rights Movement in the Jazz Age, by Mark Robert Schneider: reviewed, 100:239–40

Wergland, Glendyne R.: One Shaker Life: Isaac Newton Youngs, 1793–1865, reviewed, 104:311–13

Wert, Jeffry D.: Mosby's Rangers, reviewed, 89:213–14

Wertenbaker, Thomas J., 104:426; "Patrician and Plebian in Virginia; or, The Origin and Development of the Social Classes of the Old Dominion," 110:576

Wertheimer, John: Law and Society in the South: A History of North Carolina Court Cases, reviewed, 107:275–76

We Saw Lincoln Shot: One Hundred Eyewitness Accounts, edited by Timothy S. Good: reviewed, 94:427–29

We Shall Not Be Moved: The Desegregation of the University of Georgia, by Robert A. Pratt: reviewed, 100:564–66

We Shall Return! MacArthur's Commanders and the Defeat of Japan, edited by William M. Leary: reviewed, 86:399–401

Weslager, C. A.: The Stamp Act Congress, reviewed, 75:334–35

Wesler, Kit W.: book review by, 107:287–89

Wesley, C. M.: illus., 107:358

Wesley, John, 69:78, 224, 73:223, 82:335

Wesleyan College (Macon, Ga.), 101:307, 110:45

Wesorts, Md.: triracial isolate group, 102:212

West, Carroll Van: ed., The Tennessee Encyclopedia of History and Culture, reviewed, 97:234–35

West, Catharine ("Kitty"), 76:280

West, Charles M., 94:420

West, Charlie, 78:351–53, 356

West, David: and civil rights protests in Louisville, Ky., 109:371

West, Edward, 69:185, 76:280, 81:124

West, Jack, 84:66

West, Jerry L.: Bloody South Carolina Election of 1876, The: Wade Hampton III, the Red Shirt Campaign for Governor, and the End of Reconstruction, reviewed, 110:560–63, 569

West, John B., 76:280

West, Mr. ——, 90:135

West, O. F., 97:285

West, Roy, 81:38, 40, 42–43

West, William, 76:280

West, William Edward, 71:332, 76:280

West Berlin, Germany, 70:33

West End Community Council (Louisville, Ky.): and communist issue, 104:240–42, 246; formation of, 104:239

West End School (Nashville, Tenn.), 69:280

Westerhoff, John H. III: McGuffey and His Readers: Piety, Morality, and Education in Nineteenth- Century America, reviewed, 77:146–48

Western & Atlantic Railroad, 79:222–23, 95:7, 97:254



Western American, 71:70

Western Baptist Review (Frankfort, Ky.), 74:193

Western Citizen (Paris, Ky.), 103:707, 105:591, 108:364

Western Citizen (Paris, Ky.), 110:354; and slavery debate, 110:311

Western Coal Field, 76:230–31, 98:249

Western Colliers Coal Company (Hopkins County, Ky.), 90:100–101

Western Colonization and Mining Company, 71:93

Western Colored Branch (Louisville Free Public Library), 78:40, 93:159–64, 171, 173–76

Western Confederate Department: and Ky. during Civil War, 107:173–74

Western District of Kentucky: and James F. Gordon, 105:15, 24

Western Freedmen's Aid Commission: and education for blacks, 84:350



Western Gazetteer and Emigrant's Guide compiled by Samuel R. Brown, 77:16

Western Kentucky Military Institute (Georgetown, Ky.), 90:342

Western Kentucky State Normal School (Bowling Green, Ky.), 68:212, 215, 86:24–51, 88:447, 452, 92:267–68, 274–75, 277, 283–84, 96:269; and Gordon Wilson at, 86:24–51; high school girls' basketball at, 109:173; See alsoWestern Kentucky State Teachers College, Western Kentucky University; Western Kentucky University; Western Kentucky University (Bowling Green, Ky.)

Western Kentucky State Teachers College (Bowling Green, Ky.), 68:189, 217–18, 96:269–70, 275, 280, 291–93, 100:180, 101:311, 109:438; and Carl Dee Perguson Jr., 101:298–99; See alsoWestern Kentucky State Normal School, Western Kentucky University; Western Kentucky University; Western Kentucky University (Bowling Green, Ky.)

Western Kentucky University (Bowling Green, Ky.), 68:189–90, 219–20, 69:30, 32, 36, 282, 71:330, 73:322, 336, 74:126, 92:268, 96:307, 97:287, 303, 99:49, 101:234; faculty of, 105:79–82; and Gene Wheeler, 102:41–43; illus., 105:52, 61; Kentucky Library, 110:487; and Lowell H. Harrison, 105:33–34, 75, 79–87; See alsoWestern Kentucky State Normal School, Western Kentucky State Teachers College

Western Kentucky University, by Lowell H. Harrison: illus., 105:86; reviewed, 86:75–76

Western Kentucky University: The First 100 Years, 1906–2006, by Nancy Disher Baird, Carol Crowe-Carraco, and Sue Lynn Stone McDaniel: noted, 104:808

Western Kentucky Vocational Training School (Paducah, Ky.), 71:238



Western Messenger: John Keats's works in, 106:58

Western Miscellany (Dayton, Ohio), 69:228

Western News (British newspaper), 99:56

Western Railway, 72:378



Western Recorder (Louisville, Ky.), 74:112, 114, 118, 122, 205, 98:25

Western Recorder (Louisville, Ky.): and the secession crisis in Ky., 110:269–73, 283–86, 287–89; and the slavery debate, 110:275–80

Western Reserve, Ohio, 68:28

Western Reserve Medical School (Cleveland, Ohio), 72:272

Western Rivermen, 1763–1861: Ohio and Mississippi Boatmen and the Myth of the Alligator Horse, by Michael Allen: noted, 89:434

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

Western Spy (Cincinnati, Ohio), 71:51

Western Spy (Cincinnati, Ohio), 72:44, 47

Western State Kentucky Teachers College (Bowling Green, Ky.), 76:294

Western Union: and George A. Ellsworth, 108:70

Western Watchman, The (St. Louis, Mo.), 74:208

Westfield, N.Y., 107:384

West Germany: and the Appalachian coal supply, 107:325

West Indies, 70:25, 31; slavery in, 107:166

West Kentucky Classical and Normal College (South Carrollton, Ky.): article about, 97:287–304

West Kentucky Industrial College: See alsoWestern Kentucky Vocational Training School

West Kentucky Industrial College (Paducah, Ky.), 109:332

West Kentucky Presbytery: See Presbyterians

West Kentucky Vocational School (Paducah, Ky.): during 1937 flood, 102:192

West Lexington Presbytery (Lexington, Ky.), 91:17, 19; and James McChord, 106:212; slavery controversy, 102:14, 31–32, 34–35; support for the American Colonization Society, 102:36

Westling, Louise: ed., He Included Me: The Autobiography of Sarah Rice, reviewed, 89:112–13

Westminster Confession, 106:203

Westmoreland, William C.: Americanization of Vietnam war, 102:333–34; and the Battle of Ia Drang, 102:339–40; and Tet Offensive, 102:345; and the Vietnam War, 110:160

Westmoreland County, Pa., 73:357

Weston, Ky., 69:246

West Point, Ky.: ii (Jan.), 70:78

West Point, Miss., 108:53

West Point, N.Y.: see U.S. Military Academy

West Point and Montgomery Railroad (Ga.), 77:176

Westrom, Susan, 99:274

West Texas A&M University (Canyon, Tex.): and Lowell H. Harrison, 105:34

West Texas State College (Canyon, Texas), 69:183, 96:293

West Union (Baptist) Association, 97:307, 312, 313, 315

West Virginia, 69:176, 70:152, 71:65, 348, 72:251, 259, 90:346, 94:288, 95:370, 372, 380, 98:367, 99:40, 250, 339; and the 1960 presidential primary, 107:373–75; African American legislators in, 110:551–52, 556–57; anti-Catholic sentiment in, 107:399; compensated emancipation, 106:525, 583; Daniel Boone claims in, 102:485; poverty in, 107:374–78, 381; and Robert F. Kennedy, 107:373–76, 382, 394–98



West Virginia: A History, by Otis K. Rice: reviewed, 84:222

West Virginia Colored Deaf and Blind School (Institute, W.Va.): establishment of, 110:552

West Virginia Home for Colored Girls (Huntington, W.Va.): establishment of, 110:552

West Virginia Hospital for Colored Insane (Lakin, W.Va.): establishment of, 110:552

West Virginia Industrial Home for Colored Boys (Lakin, W.Va.): establishment of, 110:552

West Virginia National Guard: Thirty-eighth Infantry Division, 105:423



West Virginians in the American Revolution, by Ross B. Johnston: reviewed, 76:265

West Virginia State Board of Education v. Barnette (1943), 104:477–78

Westward into Kentucky: The Narrative of Daniel Trabue, edited by Chester Raymond Young: reviewed, 81:78–79

Wetherby, Fanny Yenowine, 84:398

Wetherby, George, 84:399

Wetherby, Lawrence W., 75:328, 76:126, 128, 79:230, 84:69, 196, 85:154–55, 90:87, 99:5, 7, 17, 241, 389, 104:556, 563; Edward F. Prichard's evaluation of, 104:554–55, 557; overview as governor, 84:397–421; political campaigns of, 104:546, 557, 560–61, 580, 586; school integration, 101:244

Wetherby, Samuel David, 84:398

Wetherington, Mark V.: book review by, 94:440–42; Plain Folk's Fight: The Civil War and Reconstruction in Piney Woods Georgia, reviewed, 103:572–74

Wethington, Charles: opposes reform of community-college system, 102:77–78

Wetta, Frank J.: and Stephen J. Curley, Celluloid Wars: A Guide to Film and the American Experience of War, reviewed, 92:227–30

Wettemann, Robert P. Jr.: book review by, 97:470–72

"We Were the Ninth": A History of the Ninth Regiment, Ohio Volunteer Infantry, April 17, 1861–July 7, 1864, by Constantin Grebner: reviewed, 86:288–89

Weymouth, England, 102:39

W. F. Alexander Drug Store (Burkesville, Ky.), 94:403–5, 407, 409

Whalen, Deborah: book note by, 98:337–38

Whalen, Robert Weldon: "Like Fire in Broom Straw": Southern Journalism and the Textile Strikes of 1929–31, reviewed, 100:242–45

Whallen, James, Louisville, Ky., 92:179

Whallen, John, Louisville, Ky., 92:179

Wharton, Benjamin, 100:475

Wharton, John A., 71:99

Wharton, Mary E.: book review by, 85:184–85; and Edward L. Bowen, Horse World of the Bluegrass, noted, 80:481–82; and Ellen F. Williams, Peach Leather and Rebel Gray: Bluegrass Life and the War, 1860–1865; Diary and Letters of a Confederate Wife, noted, 85:99; and Roger Barbour, Bluegrass Land and Life: Land Character, Plants, and Animals of the Inner Bluegrass Region of Kentucky, Past, Present, and Future, reviewed, 91:80–81; and Roger W. Barbour, Guide to the Wildflowers and Ferns of Kentucky, A, reviewed, 69:284–86

Wharton, Vernon L., 76:169

Wharton, William H., 71:6, 11, 100

WHAS (Louisville, Ky.), 80:170, 99:227; article about, 79:333–53

"WHAS Radio and the Development of Broadcasting in Kentucky, 1922–1942," by Terry L. Birdwhistell, 79:333–53



What a Book Can Do: The Publication and Reception of Silent Spring, by Patricia Coit Murphy: reviewed, 103:837–38

What Caused the Civil War?: Reflections on the South and Southern History, by Edward L. Ayers: reviewed, 104:787–89

Whatcoat, Richard, 82:343



What Comes Down to Us: 25 Contemporary Kentucky Poets, edited by Jeff Worley: noted, 107:629

What Ever Happened to Orson Welles? A Portrait of an Independent Career, by Joseph McBride: reviewed, 105:183–84

"What Fresh Hell is This? Revisiting Reconstruction," by Mark Wahlgren Summers, 110:559–74

"What Happened to the Progressive Movement in the 1920's?" by Arthur S. Link, 70:68

What Hath God Wrought: The Transformation of America, 1815-1848, by Daniel Walker Howe: reviewed, 106:254–56

What My Heart Wants to Tell, by Verna Mae Slone: noted, 88:370–71

"'What Really Interests Me Are the People': Edward M. Coffman on Soldiers, Scholars, and the New Military History," by James Russell Harris, 99:123–52



What Reconstruction Meant: Historical Memory in the American South, by Bruce E. Baker: noted, 107:635

What's A Coal Miner to Do? The Mechanization of Coal Mining, by Keith Dix: reviewed, 87:444–45

"What Shall We Do with the Negro?": Lincoln, White Racism, and Civil War America, by Paul D. Escott: reviewed, 107:109–10

What Should We Tell Our Children About Vietnam?, by Bill McCloud: reviewed, 88:363–64

What the Anti-Federalists were FOR, by Herbert J. Storing: reviewed, 81:87–88

What They Fought For, 1861–1865, by James M. McPherson: reviewed, 92:422–23

What This Cruel War Was Over: Soldiers, Slavery, and the Civil War, by Chandra Manning: reviewed, 106:97–100

What This Cruel War Was Over: Soldiers, Slavery, and the Civil War, by Chandra Manning: reviewed, 110:560, 570–72

"What Was Modern Republicanism?—A Review Essay," by Michael J. Birkner, 105:461–74

Whealey, Robert H.: Hitler and Spain: The Nazi Role in the Spanish Civil War, reviewed, 88:367–68

Wheat, Bets, 92:137

Wheat, Chatham: Ky. Regiment, 105:580, 609, 611

Wheat, Hannah, 92:137

Wheat, Lovy, 92:137

Wheat, Nanse, 92:137

Wheat, Zachariah, 93:398

Wheatley, Leonard, 68:254

Wheaton, Elizabeth: Codename Greenkil: The 1979 Greensboro Killings, reviewed, 86:196–98

Wheaton, Francis, 69:16

Wheaton, H., 72:157

Wheaton, Loyd, 83:343–44, 104:48; and Preston Brown case, 104:72

Wheble, John, 77:279–80

Wheel, Ky., 92:25, 28

Wheeldon, J. W., 97:288

Wheeldron, W. W., 79:336

Wheeler, ——, 94:160

Wheeler, Alma Blancett: article about, 102:1–2, 39–67; diary of, 102:55–64; hopes for Gene's Wheeler's survival, 102:54; illus., 102:59, 64; later life of, 102:66–67; learns of Gene Wheeler's death, 102:53; poem by, 102:65–66; pregnancy of, 102:44, 47–48

Wheeler, Billy Edd: and Loyal Jones, Curing the Cross-Eyed Mule: Appalachian Mountain Humor, noted, 88:371

Wheeler, Charles K., 96:251–56, 260

Wheeler, Ernest Eugene: See Wheeler, Gene

Wheeler, Gene: air force career, 102:43–48; arrival in England, 102:48–49; article about, 102:1–2, 39–67; body recovered, 102:64; combat mission, 102:49–53; crash photograph, 102:52; death of, 102:52–53; diary of, 102:40; education of, 102:41–43; final burial, 102:54; grave in Calhoun, 102:67; grave in France, 102:65; illus., 102:41, 42, 45, 47, 57, 60, 64; map of combat mission, 102:50; misidentification of body, 102:54; return of body to Calhoun, 102:66; romance of, 102:41–43; temporary burial, 102:53–54; World War II memorabilia, 102:40

Wheeler, James F. ("Jimbo"), 102:45, 63, 67; in Alma Wheeler's diary, 102:56–60; birth of, 102:48; description of his mother's later life, 102:66–67; illus., 102:59; research into Gene Wheeler's death, 102:39–40, 67; World War II memorabilia, 102:40

Wheeler, John, 72:39

Wheeler, Joseph, 76:20, 110:457, 473

Wheeler, Joseph E., 75:131, 133–35, 86:363, 94:377, 98:44, 46, 70, 73

Wheeler, Leigh Ann: book review by, 105:152–53

Wheeler, Marjorie Spruill, 93:25; ed., Votes for Women! The Woman Suffrage Movement in Tennessee, The South, and the Nation, noted, 94:219; New Women of the New South: The Leaders of the Woman Suffrage Movement in the Southern States, reviewed, 92:101–2

Wheeler, Otis B.: and Anne C. Loveland, From Meetinghouse to Megachurch: A Material and Cultural History, reviewed, 101:556–58

Wheeler, Richard: Rising Thunder: From Lincoln's Election to the Battle of Bull Run–An Eyewitness History, reviewed, 93:104; Sherman's March, reviewed, 77:313–14

Wheeler, Winfred, 102:41

Wheeler Realty Company (Louisville, Ky.): land-development firm of, 107:58

Wheeler syndicate (N.Y.), 77:114

Wheeling, Robert: Ky. Regiment, 105:596

Wheeling, W.Va., 68:36, 71:75, 72:224, 74:347, 90:125–27, 92:131, 133, 137, 139, 94:8–9, 108:77; during Civil War, 110:354

Wheel of Servitude: Black Forced Labor After Slavery, by Daniel A. Novak, reviewed, 77:225–27

Wheelwright, Ky., 97:191

Wheelwright, William, 73:321

Whelan, James, 68:254, 263



When America Became Suburban, by Robert A. Beauregard: reviewed, 104:776–77

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

When I Can Read My Title Clear: Literacy, Slavery, and Religion in the Antebellum South, by Janet Duitsman Cornelius: reviewed, 90:296–98

When Jim Crow Met John Bull: Black American Soldiers in World War II Britain, by Graham Smith: reviewed, 87:83–84

When the Bells Tolled for Lincoln: Southern Reaction to the Assassination, by Carolyn L. Harrell: reviewed, 96:407–9

When the Devil Came Down to Dixie: Ben Butler in New Orleans, by Chester G. Hearn: reviewed, 96:205–6

"'When the Man Knows Death': The Civil War Poems of Nathaniel Southgate Shaler," by Michael C. C. Adams, 96:1–28



When the Ripe Pears Fell: The Battle of Richmond, Kentucky, by D. Warren Lambert: reviewed, 95:304–5

When the War Was Over: The Failure of Self-Reconstruction in the South, 1865–1867, by Dan T. Carter: reviewed, 84:87–89

When the Yankees Came: Conflict and Chaos in the Occupied South, 1861-1865, by Stephen V. Ash: reviewed, 94:189–90

When They Hanged the Fiddler, by Jess D. Wilson: reviewed, 78:170–72

Where Did the Party Go? William Jennings Bryan, Hubert Humphrey, and the Jeffersonian Legacy, by Jeff Taylor: reviewed, 104:759–60

"'Where the Railroad Was, the River Is': Oral History from L&N Workers," by Carl Ryant, 82:60–71

"Where Were the Kentucky Unionists and Secessionists?" by James E. Copeland, 71:344–63

Wherry, Kenneth, 76:122

Whetzel, Isaac, 82:144, 146

Which Road to the Past? Two Views of History, by Robert William Fogel and G. R. Elton: reviewed, 83:71–72

Which Side Are You On? (album): Pete Seeger, 107:480

"Which Side Are You On?," by Florence Patton Reece, 107:479–80



Which Side Are You On?: The Brookside Mine Strike in Harlan County, 1973-1974, by Lynda Ann Ewen, 107:480, 482, 509; reviewed, 78:169–70

Whiffen, Marcus: The Eighteenth-Century Houses of Williamsburg: A Study of Architecture and Building in the Colonial Capital of Virginia, reviewed, 83:144–46



Whig (Richmond, Va.): and the slavery debate, 110:275–76

Whig Party, 69:154–56, 167, 170–71, 178, 321, 323, 70:3, 9, 12, 126, 299, 305–6, 71:176, 197, 349, 456, 72:57, 95, 367–68, 410, 73:364–65, 368–69, 375, 417, 74:140, 75:1–6, 13, 17–18, 78:127, 136, 79:29–30, 80:281–82, 374–75, 380, 82:13–15, 22–23, 85:5, 6, 9, 14, 18–20, 23, 201, 202, 92:27, 93:258, 389, 392–98, 400, 408, 94:361, 95:370, 99:341, 389, 101:423, 427, 106:307, 413, 110:248, 303–4, 363, 397, 444–45, 504; Abraham Lincoln, 106:312–13, 475, 498; in Bourbon County, Ky., 110:371; and Cassius M. Clay, 68:17–36; economic philosophy of, 106:504; in Eddyville Precinct, 79:326–32; election of 1860, 110:266; and George W. Smith, 103:662; and Henry Clay, 68:132–46, 100:445–46, 457–65, 106:412–13, 546–47, 110:244; and Henry Clay Jr., 106:9; and the invasion of Cuba, 105:572; in Kentucky, opposition to filibustering, 105:575; in Ky., 100:29–39, 42–44, 50–57; and Ky. gubernatorial politics, 88:248–49, 251–53, 255–56, 258, 261–62, 264, 266, 268, 270; during Mexican War, 90:323–24, 330–34, 338, 344; opposition of Northern Whigs to filibustering, 105:572; second party system, 106:507; and slavery, 101:411; term first used as party designation, 78:135; Unionism of, 106:447; and William Henry Harrison, 106:481

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