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



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While in the Hands of the Enemy: Military Prisons of the Civil War, by Charles W. Sanders Jr.: reviewed, 104:726–27

whipping: article on debate over in Ky., 100:5–27; racial politics and, 100:15–27

Whipple, George: American Missionary Association, 105:652

Whipps, W. C. D., 87:417

Whirlpool (Mishawaka, Ind.), 94:287

Whiskey Rebellion (1794), 71:382, 384



Whiskey Rebels, The, by Leland D. Baldwin, 71:117

Whisnant, David E., 93:180–81, 206; All That Is Native and Fine: The Politics of Culture in an American Region, reviewed, 82:288–89; book review by, 79:271–73; Modernizing the Mountaineer: People, Power, and Planning in Appalachian, reviewed, 80:91–92



Whistle Stops: Adventures in Public Life, by Wilson W. Wyatt Sr.: reviewed, 84:314–15

Whistlin' Dixie: A Dictionary of Southern Expressions, by Robert Hendrickson: reviewed, 92:108–9

Whitaker, Mrs. B. W., 95:64, 66

Whitby, Canada: George A. Ellsworth in, 108:17

Whitcher, Mary, 94:46

White, ——, 89:164

White, Abraham: 114th Infantry Regiment, U.S. Colored Troops, 101:473

White, Andrew Dickson: and the court-martial of Fitz John Porter, 110:416–17

White, Ann, 82:249, 251

White, Anna: on the Shakers, 109:24–25

White, Anne M., 70:83, 93

White, Benjamin F., 98:399

White, ——, Boonesborough, Ky., 86:325–26

White, C. B., 69:192

White, Charlie, 104:446

White, David, 82:215

White, Deborah: Ellis L. Laudermilk, Marc Evans, and Greg Abernathy, eds., Kentucky's Natural Heritage: An Illustrated Guide to Biodiversity, noted, 108:169

White, Deborah Gray: Ar'n't I a Woman? Female Slaves in the Plantation South, reviewed, 85:84–85

White, Edward, 69:148

White, Edward D., 68:15, 70:128, 78:49

White, Frank, 97:259

White, George Jr.: book reviews by, 100:253–55, 101:201–3, 105:146–48

White, Gerald: and civil rights protests in Louisville, Ky., 109:373–74

White, Gilbert: lunette of, 102:525; mural, illus., 102:496

White, G. R., 82:249

White, Harry Dexter, 79:42–43, 47

White, Henry, 93:202

White, Hervey, 71:315

White, Horace, 96:348

White, Hugh, 88:2

White, Hugh Lawson, 74:140–41, 81:173, 181

White, Isaac, 69:267, 71:17

White, James Taylor, 77:204

White, J. H., 82:249

White, John, 69:333, 81:259, 88:2

White, John D., 95:378, 382

White, John H.: On the Right Track: Some Historic Cincinnati Railroads, reviewed, 102:573–75

White, Justice ——, 76:312

White, Lawrence B., 84:115

White, Lee, 84:192

White, Levi, 95:255, 271

White, Lonnie J.: book notes by, 86:101, 89:333–34; book reviews by, 78:188–89, 81:100–101, 82:295–96, 84:220, 85:277–78, 88:210–11, 90:213–14, 93:496–97; Panthers to Arrowheads: The 36th (Texas-Oklahoma) Division in World War I, reviewed, 83:373–75

White, Marshall, 72:203

White, Martin M.: Thomas D. Clark letters to, 103:214, 392–93

White, Milford, 88:450, 451

White, Mrs. Seneth, 82:249

White, Owen, 82:66

White, Pat, 83:49

White, Paul E., 100:132

White, Richard, 96:312

White, Ronald C. Jr.: A. Lincoln: A Biography, review essay, 106:444–48; Eloquent President, The: A Portrait of Lincoln through His Words, reviewed, 103:568–70; Lincoln biography by, 106:302–3; Lincoln's Greatest Speech: The Second Inaugural, reviewed, 101:147–52

White, Ronald F.: book review by, 84:218–19

White, Sally, 68:8

White, Steven Jay: book review by, 103:778–80

White, Stewart Edward: Daniel Boone biography, 102:518–20

White, Thomas W., 76:110, 97:265, 285

White, T. W., 69:353

White, Vernon: Covered Bridges, noted, 85:195

White, Walter, 84:264

White, W. F.: and the interstate slave trade, 103:697

White, William, 69:46, 49, 52, 56, 62

White, William Allen, 94:254, 95:53

White, William H., 82:249, 251

White, William S., 84:194; book review by, 82:417–18; The Making of a Journalist, reviewed, 85:168–69

White, W. Lee: Bloody Monday report, 102:360–61

Whiteaker, Larry H.: W. Calvin Dickinson, and Kent T. Dollar, eds., Sister States, Enemy States: The Civil War in Kentucky and Tennessee, 110:234, 439; W. Calvin Dickinson and Kent T. Dollar, eds., Sister States, Enemy States: The Civil War in Kentucky and Tennessee, reviewed, 107:83–84

White Citizens Council, 103:251–52; Louisville chapter, 104:242



White Cloud (Union transport ship), 74:6

White Collar Radicals: TVA's Knoxville Fifteen, The New Deal, and the McCarthy Era, by Aaron D. Purcell: reviewed, 109:134–36

White Ethnic New York: Jews, Catholics, and the Shaping of Postwar Politics, by Joshua Zeitz: reviewed, 105:761–62

White family, 68:224

White Hall (Madison County, Ky.), 73:380, 381, 385, 90:77; home of Cassius M. Clay, 70:229

White Hall: The Clay Estate, by Carolyn Lee Siegel: noted, 84:340

Whitehead, Jay L., 102:8

Whitehead, Joseph Brown, 94:414

Whitehead, Ralph Radcliffe, 71:315

Whitehead, Robert, 69:257

White House (Washington, D.C.), 70:37, 72:6, 8, 243, 245, 403, 423, 73:426, 85:359–62; burning of by British, 105:224; first wedding in, 70:123; and Mary Todd Lincoln, 109:199–201

Whitehouse, James, 97:129–30

Whitehouse, Sarah, 97:130

White House Conference "To Fulfill These Rights," 99:40–42

White House Looks South, The: Franklin D. Roosevelt, Harry S. Truman, Lyndon B. Johnson, by William E. Leuchtenburg: reviewed, 104:197–98

White House of the Confederacy: An Illustrated History, by Malinda W. Collier and others: noted, 92:118

White Masculinity in the Recent South, edited by Trent Watts: reviewed, 107:135–38

White Metropolis: Race, Ethnicity, and Religion in Dallas, 1841–2001, by Michael Phillips: reviewed, 105:336–37

White Oak Creek (Ky.), 68:111

White Oak Gap (Ky.), 68:125, 130

White Response to Black Emancipation: Second-Class Citizenship in the United States Since Reconstruction, The, by Sig Synnestvedt: reviewed, 70:342–43

White River (Arkansas), 105:672

Whites, LeeAnn, 110:496; and Alecia P. Long, eds., Occupied Women: Gender, Military Occupation, and the American Civil War, 110:461; struggle over meaning of Civil War, 102:397

Whitesburg (Ky.) Mountain Eagle, 107:388, 392

Whitesburg, Ky., 96:131, 97:195; Edward F. Prichard's speech in, 104:591; Robert F. Kennedy's visit to, 107:392

Whitesell, Hunter B., 110:459

White Servitude in Colonial America: An Economic Analysis, by David Galenson: reviewed, 81:206–7

Whiteside, Bill, 92:141, 143

Whiteside, Jacob, 69:264

Whiteside, James, 69:257

Whiteside, John D., 69:257

Whitesides, E. W., 71:236

Whitesides, Margaret Pierce: illus., 105:244

White Slave Crusades: Race, Gender, and Anti-Vice Activism, 1887–1917, by Brian Donovan: reviewed, 104:171–72

White South and the Red Menace, The: Segregationists, Anticommunism, and Massive Resistance, 1945–1965, by George Lewis: reviewed, 104:774–76

White Stone Quarry (Bowling Green, Ky.): article about, 92:44–72

White Sulphur (Scott County, Ky.), 74:30–32, 34, 36–37, 39, 101:295; Fr. John Thayer's career in, 101:284–94; map, 101:285; and Stephen Theodore Badin, 101:288

White Sulphur, W.Va., 68:15

White Sulphur Springs (Scott County, Ky.), 91:274

White Sulphur Springs, Ky., 68:22

White Top Folk Festival (White Top, Va.), 93:180

Whitewashed Adobe: The Rise of Los Angeles and the Remaking of its Mexican Past, by William Deverell: reviewed, 104:183–84

Whitewater Canal (Ind.), 71:209

Whitfield, Bryan W.: Ages-Brookside, Ky., 107:499

Whitfield, B. W. Jr., 107:499

Whitfield, Ed: and Garlin M. Conner, 110:87

Whitfield, George, 106:170, 172



Whither the Early Republic: A Forum on the Future of the Field, edited by John Lauritz Larson and Michael A. Morrison: review essay, 104:112–14, 116–17, 120, 123–24

Whiting, William, 97:15

Whitler, J. Marcus Jr., 89:267

Whitley, Edna Talbott: book review by, 70:346–48; "Mary Beck and the Female Mind," 77:15–24

Whitley, Esther, 90:67, 107:18

Whitley, Lewis, 98:19

Whitley, Mrs. Wade Hampton: Checklist of Kentucky Cabinetmakers from 1775 to 1859, A, reviewed, 68:275–77; "Civil War Letters," 72:262–71

Whitley, William, 68:122, 127, 70:226, 83:104, 104n

Whitley County, Ky., 69:333, 95:64, 69, 73, 76, 100:16, 21, 303; Appalachian character of, 100:301; grand jury in, 100:299; and public school reform, 109:34; state capital relocation issue, 104:281

Whitlock, Charles D.: and Charles C. Hay III, Eastern Kentucky University: Then and Now, noted, 91:121–22

Whitlock, Tammy C., 78:209; book reviews by, 100:232–34, 101:526–27, 106:120–21, 109:85–87

Whitman, Christine Todd, 99:268

Whitman, John W.: Bataan: Our Last Ditch, reviewed, 91:106–7

Whitman, Walt, 81:368, 96:6, 8, 14, 27–28, 103:271, 110:457; Leaves of Grass, 102:513

Whitney, ——, 83:213

Whitney, David C.: The American Presidents, The Biographies of the Chief Executives from Washington through Ford noted, 81:236; The American Presidents: Biographies of the Chief Executives From Washington Through Ford, reviewed, 74:253–55

Whitney, F. E., 109:352

Whitney, N. K., 105:243

Whitney, Robert, 80:170

Whitney M. Young Jr., and the Struggle for Civil Rights, by Nancy J. Weiss: reviewed, 89:428–29

Whitsell, John, 110:522

Whitsett, W. Gavin, 82:62

Whitt, A. L. Jr.: Kentucky Birds: A Finding Guide, reviewed, 71:448–49

Whittaker, Harlan, 76:311

Whittaker, James, 74:216, 225, 228, 229

Whittemore, Barry T.: book review by, 86:298–99

Whittenburg, Frederick H.: illus., 102:209

Whittenburg, James P.: book review by, 81:440–41

Whittenburg, Lucinda Jeans, 102:207–8, 222; illus., 102:209

Whittier, John Greenleaf, 69:164, 73:259, 374

Whittinghill, Grover D., 86:249

Whittington, Keith E.: book review by, 104:146–48

Whittington, R. P., 88:196, 198, 199, 201

Whittle, Charles E., 68:189, 213, 215, 219

Whittlesey, Charles: Federal occupation of Ky., 110:334–35, 343

Whittlesey, Lee: and Paul Schullery, Myth and History in the Creation of Yellowstone National Park, reviewed, 102:429–31

Whitworth, Kent: Ky. Historical Society executive director, 101:44



Who Built America? From the Centennial Celebration of 1876 to the Great War of 1914, by Roy Rosenzweig, Steve Brier, and Josh Brown: noted, 94:113

Whole New Ball Game: An Interpretation of American Sports, by Allen Guttmann: reviewed, 87:64–66

W-Hollow (Greenup County, Ky.), 74:240, 75:261, 270, 76:223–24; and Jesse Stuart, 68:37–52, 224, 80:3, 5



Who Owns Appalachia? Landownership and Its Impact, by Appalachian Land Ownership Task Force: reviewed, 82:84–86

WHOP radio (Hopkinsville, Ky.), 100:131



"Whores and Thieves of the Worst Kind": A Study of Women, Crime, and Prisons, 1835–2000, by L. Mara Dodge: reviewed, 101:172–73

Who Shall Rule at Home? The Evolution of South Carolina Political Culture, 1748–1776, by Jonathan Mercantini: reviewed, 105:289–90

Who Spoke Up? American Protest Against The War in Vietnam, 1963–1975, by Nancy Zaroulis and Gerald Sullivan: reviewed, 83:293–94

"Who Were Kentucky's Whig Voters? A Note on Voting in Eddyville Precinct in August 1850," by Christopher R. Waldrep, 79:326–32



Why Confederates Fought: Family and Nation in Civil War Virginia, by Aaron Sheehan-Dean: reviewed, 106:105–6

Why Presidents Succeed: A Political Psychology of Leadership, by Dean Keith Simonton: reviewed, 86:308–9

Why Texans Fought in the Civil War, by Charles David Grear: reviewed, 108:137–38

Why the Confederacy Lost, edited by Gabor S. Boritt: reviewed, 91:353–54

Why the South Lost the Civil War, by Richard E. Beringer: et al., reviewed, 85:87–88

Wiatt, William E., 76:333



Wichita (Texas) Daily Times, 100:200

Wichita Falls, Texas: Victory Bond rally in, 100:195–200

Wickard, Claude, 84:151

Wickett, Murray: book review by, 102:123–24

Wickland (Bardstown, Ky.), 93:259, 269, 285, 95:29; Wickliffe family home, 106:400

Wickliffe, Benjamin, 94:123, 131–32

Wickliffe, C., 72:300

Wickliffe, Charles, 75:7, 9

Wickliffe, Charles A., 68:261, 69:66, 109, 71:332, 72:153, 365, 371, 73:365, 74:51, 53, 76:288, 78:133, 80:296, 82:232–33, 86:343, 89:251, 90:331, 94:116, 97:2, 99:353, 106:465, 583; election of 1863, support of George W. Smith, 103:679–80; state capital relocation issue, 104:257

Wickliffe, Charles (father of Robert Wickliffe), 94:115

Wickliffe, Charles (son of Robert Wickliffe), 81:152–53, 88:281, 94:126–31

Wickliffe, C. M., 73:361

Wickliffe, D. C., 72:369, 380

Wickliffe, J. C., 93:414–15, 416, 419

Wickliffe, Joetta, 99:268

Wickliffe, John, 94:118, 123

Wickliffe, Ky., 71:127, 92:159, 96:145–46, 148

Wickliffe, Lydia (Hardin), 94:115

Wickliffe, Martin H., 83:95

Wickliffe, Mary Howard (Preston), 94:116, 118

Wickliffe, Mary Russell, 94:115, 118, 120

Wickliffe, Robert, 68:31, 69:320, 323, 70:8, 9, 12, 71:162, 165, 168, 73:376, 75:94, 287, 79:28, 321, 80:195, 380, 81:152, 89:9, 97:2, 100:478; family of, 94:115–33; tutors Joseph Holt, 106:402

Wickliffe, Robert C., Louisiana, 95:32

Wickliffe, Robert Jr., 90:324, 94:118, 125–26, 131–32

Wickliffe, Sally, 72:159

Wickord, Theodore, 86:240

Wickwire, Franklin, 74:64

Wide Awakes: and George A. Ellsworth, 108:10–11



Wide Neighborhoods: A Story of the Frontier Nursing Service, by Mary Breckinridge: noted, 80:116

Widener, Ralph W.: Confederate Monuments: Enduring Symbols of the South and the War Between the States, noted, 81:462



Widows and Orphans First: The Family Economy and Social Welfare Policy, 1880–1939, by S. J. Kleinberg: reviewed, 104:340–41

Wiebe, Robert: The Search for Order, 1877–1920, 74:67

Wieck, Carl F.: Lincoln's Quest for Equality: The Road to Gettysburg, reviewed, 101:147–52

Wiegand, Wayne A.: book review by, 89:318–19

Wier, R. Stuart, 70:164, 169, 176

Wigand, Henry: correspondence with Joseph Holt, 106:390–91

Wigfall, Louis T., 107:198–200

Wiggington, Eliot: Foxfire, vol. 6, noted, 79:302

Wiggins, Sarah Woolfolk: book reviews by, 81:321–22, 88:93–94, 94:443–45; The Journals of Josiah Gorgas, 1857-1878, reviewed, 94:87–88; The Scalawag in Alabama Politics, 1865–1881, noted, 90:221–22

Wigginton, Eliot, 96:130; ed., Foxfire III, reviewed, 74:250–53; and Margie Bennett, Foxfire 8, reviewed, 83:70

Wigginton, Russell: book review by, 100:237–39

Wigglesworth, Richard, 97:70

Wiggs family, 69:268

Wight, Willard E., 76:333

Wightman, J. W., 68:193, 195–98

Wigmore, John Henry: treatise on evidence, 104:537

Wigwam Village: motel chain, 91:54–62

Wikipedia, 108:1

Wilberforce College (Xenia, Ohio), 109:329, 333; and Afred Milton Carroll, 109:347; founding of, 109:320

Wilbur, Ray Lyman, 81:43

Wilburn, Mark Steven: book reviews by, 87:191–92, 92:438–39

Wilcox, Ella Wheeler, 93:51–52, 72, 103:491; biographical sketch of, 103:479

Wilde, Oscar: visit to Louisville, 106:65

Wilder, C., 82:331; Boone books published by, 102:499

Wilder, C. D.: book review by, 70:242–44

Wilder, Ed, 90:261

Wilder, John T., 69:351–58, 74:349, 108:63; and the battle of Munfordville, 97:255, 257–61, 263–65, 267–68, 270–73, 277–79, 281, 284

Wilder, Laura Ingalls, 76:317

Wilder, Minnie S., 68:281

Wilder, Thornton, 94:412–13



Wilderness: A Tale of the Civil War, by Robert Penn Warren: noted, 100:269

Wilderness at Dawn: The Settling of the North American Continent, by Ted Morgan: noted, 92:446–47

Wilderness Road, 68:94, 124–29

Wilderness Road (Ky.), 69:217, 287, 70:72, 219, 71:466, 74:316, 78:98, 79:255, 258, 88:374, 92:4, 94:6–7, 11, 95:122, 97:155–56, 102:489, 106:333, 107:9, 110:7; and Daniel Boone, 107:486; Native American attacks on, 106:335

Wilderness So Immense, A: The Louisiana Purchase and the Destiny of America, by Jon Kukla: reviewed, 101:338–39

Wilderness Trail (Ky.), 102:484

Wilder Park (Louisville, Ky.): development of, 107:55

Wildes, Frank F., 88:60

Wildie Demonstration School (Wildie, Ky.): and Berea College, 110:53–66

Wild Riders of the First Kentucky Cavalry; A History of the Regiment, in the Great War of the Rebellion 1861–1865, by Eastham Tarrant: reviewed, 68:84–85

Wild Thyme (horse), 100:494



Wild West Shows and the Images of American Indians, 1883–1933, by L. G. Moses: reviewed, 95:103–5

Wile, Abraham, 110:177

Wile and Sons (Owensboro, Ky.), 110:177

Wilentz, Sean: and Paul Johnson, Kingdom of Mathias: A Story of Sex and Salvation in 19th-Century America, reviewed, 93:102–3; Rise of American Democracy, The: From Jefferson to Lincoln, reviewed, 104:121–23, 708–12

Wiley, Bell I., 68:84, 89:366, 90:81; biographical sketch of, 80:127–33; book reviews by, 78:280–84; Confederate Women, reviewed, 73:423–25; ed., Slaves No More: Letters from Liberia, 1833–1869, reviewed, 80:102–4; Thomas D. Clark commentary on, 103:329–30; and William C. Davis, eds., The Image of War: 1861–1865, vol. 5, The South Besieged, reviewed, 82:301–3

Wiley, James, 72:234

Wiley, Jennie, 69:286; book about reviewed, 68:90

Wiley, Tom, 78:205

Wiley, Virginia Sellards ("Jenny"), 78:205, 92:131, 145, 146, 96:313

Wilfred, Shirley C.: basketball official rating of, 109:447

Wilgus, D. K., 80:180–81

Wilgus, Mrs. J., 110:500

Wilhoit, Anthony M. ("Tony"), 99:226

Wilhoit, Marion B., 98:57, 80–82

Wilkerson, B. O., 98:175

Wilkerson, Jessica: book review by, 108:437–38

Wilkerson & Co. (Nashville, Tenn.), 73:350, 355

Wilkie, Wendell, 76:247; presidential campaign of 1940, 104:485

Wilkin, Alexander, 96:239–40

Wilkins, Charles, 68:324–25, 77:249–52, 260, 262, 87:107–8, 88:396, 418

Wilkins, David E.: ed., Felix S. Cohen, On the Drafting of Tribal Constitutions, reviewed, 105:538–40

Wilkins, J. C., 75:302

Wilkins, Roy, 99:40, 41, 44, 109:362

Wilkinson, Ann, 78:107

Wilkinson, Doris Y.: book note by, 92:126

Wilkinson, Edward, 73:361, 362

Wilkinson, James, 68:286, 69:269, 70:118, 312, 331, 71:69, 72, 75–80, 85–86, 381, 390, 76:100, 77:187, 194, 196, 80:275–76, 81:124, 86:340, 87:107, 90:230, 232, 92:159, 94:15, 100:332, 334; and capitol at Frankfort, 104:213, 250; and Ky. statehood, 78:107–10, 113; relationship with Anthony Wayne, 84:10–16; Thomas D. Clark commentary on, 103:339

Wilkinson, Mrs. James, 86:340–41

Wilkinson, Wallace G., 96:311, 99:233, 278, 102:74; biographical sketch, 86:1–3; and public school reform, 109:59

Wilkinson, Warren: Mother, May You Never See The Sights I Have Seen: The Fifty-seventh Massachusetts Veteran Volunteers in the Army of the Potomac, 1864–1865, noted, 91:127

Wilkinsons, ——: and murder trial, 91:384

Wilkinsonville, Ill., 69:271

Willbanks, James H.: Tet Offensive, The: A Concise History, reviewed, 105:553–54

Willbanks, Ray: Literature of Tennessee, reviewed, 83:382–84

Willett, G. E.: slaves of, 108:245

Willett, Peter: The Classic Racehorse, reviewed, 81:431–32

William, Ben G., 104:405

William and Mary College (Williamsburg, Va.), 70:124



William Baxter Godbey: Itinerant Apostle of the Holiness Movement, by Barry W. Hamilton: reviewed, 99:393–94

William Clark and the Shaping of the West by Landon Y. Jones: reviewed, 102:409–11

William Clark: Indian Diplomat, by Jay H. Buckley: reviewed, 106:84–85

William Clements Library: University of Michigan, 103:60



William Cooper's Town, by Alan Taylor, 104:119–20

"William English Walling: Kentucky's Unknown Civil Rights Hero," by Berry Craig, 96:351–76



William Faulkner: American Writer, by Frederick R. Karl: reviewed, 88:484–85

William Faulkner and Southern History, by Joel Williamson: reviewed, 92:103–4

William Franklin: Son of a Patriot, Servant of a King, by Sheila Skemp, 105:250

William G. Brownlow—Fighting Parson of the Southern Highlands, by E. Merton Coulter: noted, 69:289–90

"William Goebel" (Boone Day Address, 1978), by Bert T. Combs, 76:307–13



William Goebel: The Politics of Wrath, by James C. Klotter, 76:307; reviewed, 77:137–38

William Harding Carter and the American Army: A Soldier's Story, by Ronald G. Machoian: reviewed, 104:731–33

William Henry Seward: Lincoln's Right Hand, by John M. Taylor: noted, 90:427–28

William H. Jackson Detective Bureau (Cincinnati, Ohio), 98:186



William H. Townsend: Scholar, Raconteur, Lawyer, by J. Winston Coleman Jr.: noted, 79:301

William Jennings Bryan, by Paolo E. Coletta: reviewed, 68:273–74

"William Lindsay and the 1896 Party Crisis," by Leonard Schlup, 76:22–33



William Lindsay White, 1900–1973: In the Shadow of His Father, by E. Jay Jernigan: reviewed, 95:330–31

William Lowndes Yancey and the Coming of the Civil War, by Eric H. Walther: reviewed, 105:710–11

"William Morgan Beckner: The Horace Mann of Kentucky," by James C. Carper, 96:29–60



William Preston and the Allegheny Patriots, by Patricia Givens Johnson: reviewed, 76:159–60

Williams, ——, 72:301, 92:363

Williams, Amelia, 71:15–16

Williams, Ben, 98:97

Williams, Ben Ames, 73:424

Williams, Benjamin, 70:33

Williams, Camilla, 70:326

Williams, Caroline: Louisville Scenes, reviewed, 69:390–92

Williams, Cecil J.: Freedom & Justice: Four Decades of the Civil Rights Struggle As Seen by a Black Photographer of the Deep South, noted, 94:221–22

Williams, Charles, 70:171

Williams, Charles Sneed: portraits by, 106:298

Williams, Clark, 105:442–43

Williams, Cratis D.: I Become a Teacher: A Memoir of One-Room School Life in Eastern Kentucky, noted, 94:105–6; Southern Mountain Speech, noted, 91:242

Williams, David, 72:234, 240; emergence as Republican leader, 102:80; illus., 105:28; People's History of the Civil War, A: Struggles for the Meaning of Freedom, reviewed, 104:718–20

Williams, D. W., 91:163–64

Williams, Ed: and the Underground Railroad, 109:322

Williams, Edward, 98:65

Williams, Elbert T., 100:127–28

Williams, Eleanora: Civil War diary of, 110:463, 465

Williams, Ellen C., 99:258

Williams, Ellen F.: and Mary E. Wharton, Peach Leather and Rebel Gray: Bluegrass Life and the War, 1860–1865; Diary and Letters of a Confederate Wife, noted, 85:99

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