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



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Williams, Eric Jackson, 99:338

Williams, Evan, 96:63

Williams, Fannie Barrier, 102:210

Williams, Fannie Miller, 83:254

Williams, Frank B. Jr.: Tennessee's Presidents, noted, 80:365–66

Williams, Frank J.: "Legend and Myth—Abraham Lincoln and Kentucky," 106:479–94; Lincoln as Hero, listed, 110:610; Lincoln bicentennial presentation by, 106:301, 303–4; and Roger Billings, eds., Abraham Lincoln, Esq.: The Legal Career of America's Greatest President, reviewed, 109:221–23; and William D. Pederson, and Vincent J. Marsala, eds., Abraham Lincoln: Sources and Style of Leadership, reviewed, 93:341–42; and William D. Pederson, eds., Abraham Lincoln, Contemporary: An American Legacy, reviewed, 94:182–83

Williams, Frank L., 83:254, 256, 260, 98:2

Williams, Fred A., 98:161

Williams, George Washington: biography of, 109:285; political career of, 110:539–41

Williams, Gluyas, 97:35, 104:474

Williams, Jack K.: Dueling in the Old South: Vignettes of Social History, reviewed, 79:388–89

Williams, J. D., 103:251; Thomas D. Clark letters to, 103:264–65, 360–61, 423

Williams, Jeffrey: book review by, 102:261–62; Religion and Violence in Early American Methodism: Taking the Kingdom by Force, reviewed, 108:268–70

Williams, J. Fred, 68:81, 271

Williams, John, 69:206, 81:13, 15, 83:214; Ky, Regiment, biographical sketch of, 105:582–83

Williams, John Alexander, 96:133; book reviews by, 83:66–67, 93:90–91

Williams, John Fred, 69:89, 70:75

Williams, John Hoyt: Sam Houston: The Life and Times of the Liberator of Texas, an Authentic American Hero, noted, 92:448

Williams, John L., 75:86, 89

Williams, John S., 75:134, 80:381–82

Williams, Joyce G.: and Jill E. Farrelly, Diplomacy on the Indiana-Ohio Frontier, 1783–1791, reviewed, 76:246–47

Williams, Kenneth H.: and Betsy Brinson, "An Interview with Governor Ned Breathitt on Civil Rights: 'The most significant thing that I have ever had a part in'," 99:5–51; book notes by, 92:118, 102:149–50; book review by, 90:391–92; "Derby City Reference: A Review Essay," 99:385–92; ed., "'I'm sure there were some that thought I was too smart for my own good': The Edward F. Prichard Oral History Interviews," 104:395–608; ed., "Issues Shaping the Present and the Future of the Field of Oral History–A Roundtable," 104:643–73; ed., "Issues That Have Shaped the Field of Oral History–A Roundtable," 104:609–42; ed., "Life on the Kentucky Frontier: A Roundtable Discussion," 102:461–87; ed., "Slavery, the Civil War, and Jefferson Davis: An Interview with William J. Cooper Jr. and Charles P. Roland," 101:401–56; evaluation of J. Winston Coleman's Slavery Times in Kentucky, 103:692, 723; and James Russell Harris, comp. "Kentucky in 1860: A Statistical Overview," 103:743–64; and James Russell Harris, eds.: "Daniel Boone's American Life: An Interview with Biographer Michael Lofaro," 100:497–504; and Lynda Lasswell Crist, and Barbara J. Rozek, eds., The Papers of Jefferson Davis, vol. 11, September 1864—May 1865, reviewed, 102:112–14; and Lynda Lasswell Crist, and Peggy L. Dillard, eds.: Papers of Jefferson Davis. vol. 10, October 1863–August 1864, reviewed, 98:309–10; and Lynne Hollingsworth, and James Russell Harris, eds.: "Early Kentuckians and the New Nation: The Samuel McDowell Family Letters," 100:329–48; and Melba Porter Hay, eds.: "'Henry Clay represents what this country is about': A Roundtable Discussion with His Biographers and Editors," 100:427–72; profile of Ernie Fletcher, 102:3–11; Register editor, 98:240, 101:43; "'The Issues Raised by Vietnam Go to the Very Heart of Who We Think We Are': An Interview with the University of Kentucky's George C. Herring," 102:287–355; Uncommon Wealth columns, 98:239–40, 341–42, 99:1–4, 95-98, 337–38, 100:1–4, 127–28, 273–77, 423–25, 101:1–5, 237–41, 397–400, 102:1–2, 155–56, 283–84, 103:1–7, 461–63, 623–26, 104:1–3, 389–94, 105:1–2

Williams, Kenneth P., 81:382; Lincoln Finds A General: A Military Study of the Civil War, noted, 84:454

Williams, Lawrence H.: Black Higher Education in Kentucky, 1879–1930: The History of Simmons University, noted, 86:97

Williams, Linda D., 109:442, 444

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

Williams, Martin, 72:263

Williams, Mary, 87:431, 94:381, 110:500

Williams, Mason, 98:94

Williams, Maurice: and Garlin M. Conner, 110:74–79

Williams, Michael: Americans and Their Forests: A Historical Geography, reviewed, 89:405–6

Williams, Michael Ann: Staging Tradition: John Lair and Sarah Gertrude Knott, reviewed, 104:701–2

Williams, Michael E. Sr.: Isaac Taylor Tichenor: The Creation of the Baptist New South, reviewed, 103:772–74

Williams, Mot, 93:53, 58

Williams, Mrs. Mason, 98:90, 93

Williams, Nancy, 72:263

Williams, Nathaniel, 68:57

Williams, Peter W.: book review by, 91:336–38; and David Wallace, Unit 731: Japan's Secret Biological Warfare in World War II, noted, 88:120

Williams, R. Hal: book review by, 86:299–300, 88:101–2

Williams, Richard, 110:522

Williams, Robert, 71:79

Williams, Robert C.: Fordson, Farmall, and Poppin' Johnny: A History of the Farm Tractor and Its Impact on America, reviewed, 85:384–85

Williams, Rufus K., 75:26, 93:403–4, 406, 415

Williams, Rusty, 110:234; My Old Confederate Home: A Respectable Place for Civil War Veterans, reviewed, 109:80–81

Williams, Stelle, 80:120

Williams, Surgeon ——, 74:84

Williams, Ted, 82:369, 99:107, 111

Williams, Tennessee, 76:173, 97:120

Williams, T. Harry, 69:178, 81:382; biographical sketch of, 80:120–26; Huey Long, reviewed, 68:376

Williams, Trim., 85:333

Williams, Vincent, 72:240

Williams, Walter L.: Southeastern Indians Since the Removal Era, reviewed, 78:271–72

Williams, William Carlos: portrayal of Daniel Boone in American Grain, 102:529; and Robert Penn Warren, 104:82

Williams, William Sherley, 72:415

Williams, William Trent: All Rise: A History of Sayre School, 1854–1990, noted, 93:125–26

Williams, William W., 69:134

Williams, Willian Appleman: et al., America in Vietnam: A Documentary History, noted, 83:386–87

Williams, Zachery R.: In Search of the Talented Tenth: Howard University, Public Intellectuals, and the Dilemmas of Race, 1926-1970, reviewed, 107:615–17

Williamsburg, Ky., 69:333, 100:303; and public school reform, 109:56

Williamsburg, Va., 68:320, 70:94, 74:243, 78:314, 90:117–18, 92:6, 403, 97:141, 155

Williams College (Williamstown, Mass.), 110:45

"William S. Hays: The Bard of Kentucky," by Bill C. Malone, 93:286–306

Williamson, Alexander: and the Magniadas Lincoln medal, 109:194

Williamson, George, 69:132

Williamson, Hugh P., 88:144

Williamson, Jerry, 96:123–25, 129

Williamson, Joel, 76:169, 249; The Crucible of Race: Black-White Relations in the American South Since Emancipation, reviewed, 83:280–82; William Faulkner and Southern History, reviewed, 92:103–4

Williamson, J. W.: Hillbillyland: What the Movies Did to the Mountains and What the Mountains Did to the Movies, reviewed, 93:498–500; Southern Mountaineers in Silent Films: Plot Synopses of Movies about Moonshining, Feuding, and Other Mountain Topics, 1904–1919, reviewed, 92:315–16

Williamson, Wallace J. III, 68:271, 70:76; book reviews by, 70:236–37, 73:325, 328–30, 75:57, 145, 243–44, 76:64–65; resolutions regarding, 75:349

Williamson family, 69:287

Williamstown, Ky., 69:113, 117



Williams vs. Blair (1821): and the relief controversy, 69:304

William Tatham, 1752–1819: American Versatile, by G. Melvin Herndon: reviewed, 72:80–82

William Tell Coffeehouse (Louisville, Ky.), 106:61



William Tryon and the Course of Empire: A Life in British Imperial Service, by Paul David Nelson: reviewed, 89:305–6

William Woods Holden: Firebrand of North Carolina Politics, by William C. Harris: reviewed, 86:295–96

Williard, Erma, 89:141

Willich, August, 69:341–43, 346–49, 352, 359–60, 97:251

Willie's Hole (Clay County, Ky.), 78:204

Willigen, John van: book review by, 106:242–43

Willingham, William F.: book reviews by, 72:187, 75:329–31, 79:80–82, 81:85–86, 85:82–83



Willing Obedience: Citizens, Soldiers, and the Progress of Consent in America, 1776–1898, by Elizabeth D. Samet: reviewed, 102:240–41

Willis, Alan Scot: All According to God's Plan: Southern Baptist Missions and Race, 1945–1970, reviewed, 103:826–28

Willis, Bruce, 98:383

Willis, Charles B., 98:73, 78

Willis, George L. Jr., 84:387

Willis, George Sr., 84:27

Willis, John, 70:282, 72:241

Willis, Lee J.: book review by, 106:123–24

Willis, Nathaniel Parker, 81:383

Willis, Simeon, 72:205, 84:31, 186, 104:523; 1943 gubernatorial campaign, 104:517; and the Book Thieves, 103:58

Willock, Joe, 94:415

Willoughby, James, 97:129



Will Rogers: His Life and Times, by Richard M. Ketchum: reviewed, 72:187–88

Wills, Brian S.: A Battle from the Start: The Life of Nathan Bedford Forrest, reviewed, 91:437–39; book review by, 93:231–33

Wills, David, 74:148–50

Wills, Garry, 92:407; Cincinnatus: George Washington and the Enlightenment, reviewed, 83:146–47; Lead Time: A Journalist's Education, reviewed, 82:104–5; Lincoln at Gettysburg: The Words That Remade America, reviewed, 91:208–9

Wills, John: Conservation Fallout: Nuclear Protest at Diablo Canyon, reviewed, 105:175–76

Willson, Augustus E., 72:346, 74:153, 76:312, 79:140–41, 81:417–18, 421, 423, 86:31, 91:179, 95:33; on Abraham Lincoln and Ky., 106:477; illus., 106:476; Ky. Historical Society, 101:22; and Ky. tobacco farmers, 83:347–55; and the Night Riders, 82:238, 240–41, 246–47, 254; and Progressivism, 76:285, 295–97, 299, 306; state capital relocation issue, 104:274



Will to Believe, The: Woodrow Wilson, World War I, and America's Strategy for Peace and Security, by Ross A. Kennedy: reviewed, 107:128–29

Will und Weg: German POW newspaper, 105:454

Wilmington, N.C., 70:30–31; defense of, 101:447

Wilmore, Ky., 100:322–24

Wilmot, David, 71:456, 74:197

Wilmot, Swithin: book review by, 109:477–79

Wilson, ——, 76:276, 283

Wilson, Alexander, 68:324

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

Wilson, Anne, 74:10–11, 13

Wilson, A. S., 109:330

Wilson, Beth, 99:257

Wilson, Betsy, 95:246

Wilson, Bettie, 108:105, 107

Wilson, Bob, 90:353

Wilson, Carol: Freedom at Risk: The Kidnapping of Free Blacks in America, 1780–1865, reviewed, 92:419–20

Wilson, Charles Reagan: Baptized in Blood: The Religion of the Lost Cause, 1865-1920, 110:583; Baptized in Blood: The Religion of the Lost Cause, 1865–1920, reviewed, 80:240–41; book review by, 82:288–89; ed., Cultural Perspectives on the American South, vol. 5, Religion, noted, 90:428–29; Judgement and Grace in Dixie: Southern Faiths from Faulkner to Elvis, reviewed, 94:330–31; and William Ferris, eds., Encyclopedia of Southern Culture, reviewed, 89:403–5

Wilson, Charlie: War Production Board, 104:495–96

Wilson, Clyde N.: ed., The Papers of John C. Calhoun, vol. 20, 1844, reviewed, 91:90–92; ed., The Papers of John C. Calhoun, vol. 21, 1845, reviewed, 92:94–95; ed., The Papers of John C. Calhoun, vol. 22, 1845-1846, reviewed, 94:80–81; and Shirley Bright Cook, eds., The Papers of John C. Calhoun, vol. 23, 1846, reviewed, 95:193–94

Wilson, C. S., 81:34

Wilson, Cyrus J., 97:257, 260, 284

Wilson, David L.: book review by, 76:175–77

Wilson, Douglas L.: ed., Jefferson's Literary Commonplace Book. The Papers of Thomas Jefferson; and James Gilreath, ed., Thomas Jefferson's Library, A Catalog with the Entries in His Own Order, reviewed, 92:73–79; Lincoln's Sword: The Presidency and the Power of Words, reviewed, 105:304–6

Wilson, Edward, 69:253

Wilson, Emma, 82:252

Wilson, E. Reed, 90:278, 281, 283

Wilson, Fielding C.: Ky. Regiment, 105:588–90, 594, 609–10

Wilson, Frederick T.: book review by, 73:422–23

Wilson, George, 68:104

Wilson, Gordon, 68:289, 96:270, 280, 285; education of, 86:24–51; Western Kentucky University, 105:80

Wilson, Gregory S.: Communities Left Behind: The Area Redevelopment Administration, 1945-1965, reviewed, 107:289–91

Wilson, Guthrie, 90:159

Wilson, Henry, 72:240, 80:306, 110:394

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

Wilson, James, 74:268–69, 87:111

Wilson, James Harrison, 74:288–90, 294, 296

Wilson, James, Paris, Ky., 104:419

Wilson, James Walter: "Joseph Nash McDowell," 68:341–69

Wilson, Jan Doolittle: Women's Joint Congressional Committee and the Politics of Materialism, 1920-1930, The, reviewed, 106:134–35

Wilson, Jeremiah, 74:10–12, 88:147

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

Wilson, Jim, 92:142; The Sons of Bardstown: 25 Years of Vietnam in an American Town, reviewed, 93:465–66

Wilson, John, 72:218, 234

Wilson, John H., 83:125, 98:97

Wilson, John Lyde, 68:185

Wilson, Kirk H.: Reconstruction Desegregation Debate, The: The Politics of Equality and the Rhetoric of Place, 1870–1875, reviewed, 101:154–56

Wilson, Lieutenant ——, 73:414

Wilson, Lizzie P., 89:156

Wilson, Louis R., 86:55

Wilson, Lucy: See Lincoln, Lucy Wilson

Wilson, Major L.: book reviews by, 82:403–4, 84:429–30, 86:286–88, 87:85–87, 90:389–90, 92:313–14; The Presidency of Martin Van Buren, reviewed, 82:405–6

Wilson, Malinda Jane Robertson, 86:27

Wilson, Margret Pentergrass (Mrs. George), 84:254

Wilson, Mark R.: book review by, 101:492–93

Wilson, Marquis P., 86:27

Wilson, Mary Ellen: book review by, 93:359–61

Wilson, Maurice E. ("Jack"), 86:267

Wilson, Melzie: They Came to Locust Grove: The Saga of the Clark and Croghan Families Who Influenced the Growth of Kentucky and Our Nation, noted, 104:803

Wilson, M. G., 103:481

Wilson, Mr.—, 108:67, 107

Wilson, Mrs. Henry Lumpkin: The Atlanta Exposition Cookbook, reviewed, 83:85–86

Wilson, Nimrod, 83:125

Wilson, Patricia, 84:384, 393

Wilson, Reba Shropshire: and Betty Shropshire Glover, The Lees and Kings of Virginia: 1636–1976, reviewed, 75:158–59

Wilson, Rex H.: investigation of acroosteolysis, 102:162

Wilson, R. H., 74:17

Wilson, Robert, 68:277, 81:259

Wilson, Robert Burns, 68:2, 9, 11, 94:365, 103:491; biographical sketch of, 103:477

Wilson, Samuel, 70:19, 79:28

Wilson, Samuel M., 78:249, 84:270, 103:63; books of, 103:65–66; and the Book Thieves, 103:51; collection of, 103:62–63; evaluation of J. Winston Coleman's Slavery Times in Kentucky manuscript, 103:710–11; illus., 102:486, 103:49, 711; Thomas D. Clark sketch of, 103:52–53; view of New Deal, 103:53

Wilson, Samuel R.: and the secession issue, 110:280–81

Wilson, Shannon H.: Berea College: An Illustrated History, reviewed, 104:285–87; book by, 103:526; book reviews by, 91:81–82, 95:448–49, 98:301–2; and Kenneth W. Noe, eds., The Civil War in Appalachia: Collected Essays, reviewed, 95:445–48

Wilson, S. R., 68:296

Wilson, Stephen Douglas: book note by, 95:215–16

Wilson, Thomas, 68:262, 72:240

Wilson, Thomas B., 110:453

Wilson, Thomas E.: Federal occupation of Ky., 110:354

Wilson, Veronica: book review by, 101:546–47

Wilson, W. C., 93:456

Wilson, William L., 76:26, 29

Wilson, Woodrow, 68:274, 69:95, 70:135–36, 144, 71:189, 218, 72:64, 198, 351, 73:432, 74:236–37, 254, 75:344, 77:32, 80:310, 82:155, 259, 89:155, 92:177, 181, 93:6–7, 19, 34–35, 94:247, 258, 260, 263, 95:29, 32–33, 34–35, 36, 43–44, 47–50, 52, 54, 98:180–81, 189, 202, 278, 99:125, 152, 100:471, 104:403, 419; and Alben W. Barkley, 78:244, 252, 254–56; and Berea College, 110:37; and Dwight David Eisenhower, 105:463; and the Fourteen Points, 107:222; and Progressive reform, 79:144–45, 150, 161; and Prohibition in Ky., 75:38–39, 41–42, 46–47, 49–50; and William English Walling, 96:367–71

Wilson County, Tenn., 70:202

Wilsonianism: Woodrow Wilson and His Legacy in American Foreign Relations, by Lloyd E. Ambrosius: reviewed, 101:373–75

"Wilson Movement in Texas, 1910–1912, The," by Arthur S. Link, 70:68

Wilson's Creek (Mo.): battle of, 73:298, 77:1

Wilson's Creek, Mo., 70:254

Wilson's Station (Mercer County, Ky.), 78:312

Wiltse, Jeff: Contested Waters: A Social History of Swimming Pools in America, reviewed, 105:325–27

Wiltz, John Edward: book reviews by, 79:298–300

Wilz, John Edward: book reviews by, 82:203–4, 86:398–99, 88:360–61

Wimmel, Kenneth: Theodore Roosevelt and the Great White Fleet: American Sea Power Comes of Age, reviewed, 97:221–22

Winans, William, 86:350

Winburn Farm (Lexington, Ky.), 103:702–3

Winburn Junior High School (Lexington, Ky.): integration of, 101:267



Winchester (Ky.) Advertiser: on runaway slaves, 92:6–7

Winchester (Ky.) Democrat, 96:32, 43, 44

Winchester (Ky.) Sun, 70:115–16; on concealed weapons, 81:139; on crime, 91:383

Winchester, Boyd, 86:47

Winchester, James: during the War of 1812, 104:6, 8, 12, 105:206–8

Winchester, Ky., 70:129, 71:388, 72:122, 380, 75:123, 94:66, 95:396, 406–7, 419; society of and Benjamin F. Buckner, 107:516–19, 527–29, 541–42

Winchester, William J., 110:553

Winders, Richard Bruce: Mr. Polk's Army: The American Military Experience in the Mexican War, reviewed, 96:92–93

Windle, John T.: and Robert M. Taylor Jr., The Early Architecture of Madison, Indiana, reviewed, 85:268–70

Wind Over Sand: The Diplomacy of Franklin Roosevelt, by Frederick W. Marks III: reviewed, 86:398–99

Window on Freedom: Race, Civil Rights, and Foreign Affairs, 1945–1988, edited by Brenda Gayle Plummer: reviewed, 101:203–5

Window on the War: Frances Dallam Peter's Lexington Civil War Diary, edited by John David Smith and William Cooper Jr.: reviewed, 76:54–55

Windrow, J. E., 80:60

Windsor, Va., 71:447

Windsor Female Institute (Anderson County, Ky.), 74:242

Windy Gap (Ky.), 68:112

wine-making: in Harlan County, Ky., 86:128–29

Winfrey, Mike, 94:404

Wing, Charles Fox, 70:304

Wing, Edward Rumsey, 97:184

Wing, Louise (Scott), 97:184

Winger, Stewart: book review by, 104:157–59

Wingfield, Adia Harvey: book review by, 108:433–35



Wings of Judgment: American Bombing in World War II, by Ronald Schaffer: reviewed, 84:337–38

Wink, Amy L.: She Left Nothing in Particular: The Autobiographical Legacy of Nineteenth Century Women, reviewed, 99:410–12

Winkfield, Jimmy, 100:492

Winkle, Edward, 100:306–7

Winkle, Kenneth J.: Abraham and Mary Lincoln, listed, 110:609; on Abraham Lincoln and Ky., 106:456–58

Winkler, Iris Slavens: book reviews by, 71:112, 451–52, 74:354, 355

Winkler, James E.: "Henry Clay: A Current Assessment," 70:179–86

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

Winlock, Anna, 90:84

Winlock, Peyton, 100:148

Winn, Jack, 93:440

Winn, John, 88:147

Winn, Kenneth H.: book review by, 109:480–82

Winn, Richard, 70:35

"Winning the War Behind the Lines: Colonel George M. Chescheir and the Axis POWs at Fort Benning, Georgia": by Antonio Thompson, 105:417–60

Winning Tradition: A History of Kentucky Basketball, by Bert S. Nelli and Steve Nelli: reviewed, 83:269–70, 97:459–60

Winrod, Gerald B., 73:430

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

Winship, A. E., 82:161

Winship, Blanton, 104:53

Winship, Michael P.: Making Heretics: Militant Protestantism and Free Grace in Massachusetts, 1636–1641, reviewed, 101:327–29

Winslow, Don, 77:112

Winstead, Mrs. Thomas D.: "Thomas Lincoln, 'A Man Who Didn't Drink An' Cuss None'," 71:189–93

Winstead-Beckett, Goldie, 99:367

Winston, James E., 71:8–9, 16–17

Winston, John Jr., 69:134

Winston, Thomas M.: Ky. Regiment, 105:593

Winston County, Ala., 99:360

Winston-Salem, N.C., 78:44



Winston S. Churchill: vol. VII: Road to Victory, 1941–1945, by Martin Gilbert, reviewed, 85:388–89

Winter, Jay: Sites of Memory, Sites of Mourning: The Great War in European Cultural History, reviewed, 94:322–23

Winter, J. M.: The Experience of World War I, reviewed, 88:480–81

Winter, John W.: Ky. Regiment, 105:601

Winter, Jonathon, 73:400, 401

Winter, Mary E.: book notes by, 81:235, 83:385; book review by, 85:71–72; "Point of View: A Glimpse of the Kentucky Image in Photographs from the Kentucky Historical Society Collection," 90:90–115

Winter, Thomas: book review by, 93:111–12

Winterbotham, William, 70:319–20, 322

Winterich, John, 92:255

Winter Lodge, The: or, Vow Fulfilled, by James Weir, 72:15, 18

Winters, Lingrell ("Sonny"), 97:409, 415, 425, 431

Wintersmith, Charles G., 84:125

Wintersmith, Richard C., 89:249, 262



Winter Soldiers, The, by Richard M. Ketchum: reviewed, 71:461–62

Winter Soldiers, The, Richard M. Ketchum, 73:316

"Winter the Mississippi Ran Backwards, The," by Wayne Viitanen, 71:51–68

Winthrop, Edward, 69:63, 65

Winthrop, John, 76:163, 110:566

Wintle, Justin: The Dictionary of War Quotations, noted, 88:491

Wirt, William, 73:314

Wirt, William A., 76:325

Wirz, Henry, 74:131, 97:23

Wirzba, Norman: ed., Essential Agrarian Reader, The: The Future of Culture, Community, and the Land, noted, 103:846

Wischmeyer, Herman: land development by, 107:67

Wisconsin, 94:267, 273

Wisconsin Center for Film and Theater Research (Madison, Wis.), 98:367, 405

Wisconsin State Historical Society (Madison, Wis.), 86:55

Wisdom (Metcalfe County, Ky.), 98:389, 395

Wisdon, Dew M., 74:190

Wise, Billy, 109:460; and Brenda Hughes, 109:449, 458–59

Wise, Henry, 80:371–72, 388

Wise, Isaac Mayer: and General Orders, No. 11, 110:181; and slavery, 110:171–72

Wise, James E. Jr.: and Anne Collier Rehill, Stars in Blue: Movie Actors in America's Sea Services, reviewed, 96:110–11

Wise, John, 69:44

Wise, Stephen, 96:363

Wise County, Va., 69:287; folktales, 104:656–57

Wiseman, Scott, 80:180

Wiskemann, Geneva, 104:628



With a Black Platoon in Combat: A Year in Korea, by Lyle Rishell: reviewed, 91:453–54

With Amusement For All: A History of American Popular Culture since the 1830s, by LeRoy Ashby: reviewed, 105:185–87
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