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



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"With Bowie Knives & Pistols": Morgan's Raid in Indiana, by David L. Taylor: noted, 92:451

Withers, Dave: book note by, 87:94

Withers, Garrett: pardon of Edward F. Prichard, 104:538

Withers, Jones, 97:260, 275

Witherspoon, John, 72:404, 82:215, 85:198, 91:4

Witherspoon, T. D., 91:158–59



With Grant and Meade: From the Wilderness to Appomattox, by Theodore Lyman: noted, 92:451–52

Within the Plantation Household: Black and White Women of the Old South, by Elizabeth Fox-Genovese: reviewed, 88:93–94

With Malice Toward None: The Life of Abraham Lincoln, by Stephen B. Oates: reviewed, 77:53–55

"Without A Proper Theatre: The Many Careers of Ebenezer Brooks," by James William Hagy, 80:267–80



Without Precedent: The Life and Career of Eleanor Roosevelt, edited by Joan Hoff-Wilson and Marjorie Lightmon: reviewed, 83:165–66

Withrow, James M., 89:253

Withrow, Thomas, 98:360

With Santa Anna in Texas: A Personal Narrative of the Revolution, by Jose Enrique de la Peña: noted, 91:244–45

With Shield and Sword: American Military Affairs, Colonial Times to the Present, by Warren W. Hassler Jr.: reviewed, 82:87–89

Witman, Thomas, 88:146

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

Witter, Jonathon, 73:400–401

Wittke, Carl: Thomas D. Clark letter to, 103:211–12

Witty, Jimmy, 100:136



Wives without Husbands: Marriage, Desertion & Welfare in New York, 1900-1935, by Anna R. Igra: reviewed, 105:324–25

W. J. Cash: A Life, by Bruce Clayton: reviewed, 89:421–22

W. J. Cash and the Minds of the South, edited by Paul D. Escott: reviewed, 91:361–62

WKPC (Louisville, Ky.), 109:349

Wodnik, Bob: Captured Honor: POW Survival in the Philippines and Japan, noted, 101:232–33

Wolcott, Jesse, 79:52

Wolcott, Josiah O., 95:39

Wolcott, Marion Post, 85:295–96, 304–7

Wolcott, Rena M., 97:300

Wolf, Abraham: Civil War service of, 110:170

Wolf, Eva Sheppard: Race and Liberty in the New Nation: Emancipation in Virginia from the Revolution to Nat Turner's Rebellion, reviewed, 107:104–5

Wolf, George, 69:270

Wolf, Joel: Civil War service of, 110:171

Wolf, Otto, 98:157

Wolfe, Charles K., 98:388, 390; ed., Women of Country Music, The: A Reader, noted, 103:845; and James E. Akenson, eds., Country Music Annual 2002, reviewed, 100:420–21; and James E. Akenson, eds., Country Music Goes to War, reviewed, 104:210–12; Kentucky Country: Folk and Country Music of Kentucky, reviewed, 81:427–28; and Neil V. Rosenberg, Music of Bill Monroe, The, reviewed, 105:682–83; Tennessee Strings: The Story of Country Music in Tennessee, reviewed, 77:235–36

Wolfe, James, 72:60, 293–94

Wolfe, Jessie, 98:160

Wolfe, Johny, 71:304

Wolfe, Margaret Ripley, 86:119–20, 94:265, 97:93; book notes by, 84:238, 88:244, 92:126–27, 445–46; book reviews by, 78:272–73, 81:97–98, 455–56, 82:309–11, 83:366–67, 85:383–84, 88:205–6, 90:306–7, 91:216–17, 92:322–24, 94:68–69, 328–30, 97:211–12; Daughters of Canaan: A Saga of Southern Women, reviewed, 93:79–85; "Fallen Leaves and Missing Pages: Women in Kentucky History," 90:64–89; Kingsport, Tennessee: A Planned American City, reviewed, 86:190–92; "Reflections Of An Appalachian Historian: A Personal Odyssey," 83:299–314; "The Towns of King Coal," 97:189–201

Wolfe, Nathaniel, 72:367, 84:124, 129–30, 138–39, 143; bail hearing in Louisville lynching case, 102:378; defends Briar Creek slaves, 102:368

Wolfe, Robert: comp., Holocaust: The Documentary Evidence, noted, 93:254; and Richard Breitman, Norman J. W. Goda, and Timothy Herztstein, U.S. Intelligence and the Nazis, reviewed, 103:596–98

Wolfe, Thomas, 75:276, 80:140, 83:304; "The Towns of King Coal," 97:114; Thomas D. Clark letter about, 103:298

Wolfe County, Ky., 69:108, 94:270, 271, 276, 107:404; and Carl D. Perkins, 107:407; education in, 91:151, 109:30, 36; and the Middle Kentucky River Area Development Council, 107:405–6; Robert F. Kennedy's visit to, 107:371–72, 391–92; War on Poverty in, 107:403, 412, 415–17

Wolfe County Emergency Food Stamp and Medical Program (Wolfe County, Ky.): and the War on Poverty, 107:412

Wolfe family, 68:223

Wolfford, David L., 101:237–38; "Fayette County School Integration Controversy, 1971–72, The: Removing the Vestiges of Segregation," 101:243–74

Wolfford, George, 86:216

Wolf Lick (Ky.), 72:340

Wolford, Frank, 68:84

Wolford, Frank L., 69:107, 379–80, 70:201–2, 71:296, 299, 72:32–33, 36, 379–81, 80:301–2, 96:236, 108:40, 110:466; biography of, 103:520; illus., 106:593; opposition to African American recruitment, 106:592

Wolfpen (Greenup County, Ky.), 68:228

Wolfpen Notebooks: A Record of Appalachian Life, by James Still, 97:113; A Record of Appalachian Life, by James Still, reviewed, 91:81–82

Wolfpen Rusties, 97:113

Woll, Margaret, 99:279

Wollstonecraft, Mary: Vindication of the Rights of Women, 86:206

Wolstonecraft, Captain ——, 88:417

Wolters, Raymond: book reviews by, 100:239–40, 102:434–37

Womack family, 68:228, 70:52, 55



Woman Behind the Lens: The Life and Work of Frances Benjamin Johnston, 1864–1952, by Bettina Berch: reviewed, 99:421–23

Woman Doctor's Civil War: Esther Hill Hawks' Diary, edited by Gerald Schwartz: reviewed, 83:368–70

Woman of Conscience: Senator Margaret Chase Smith of Maine, by Dennis Morrison: reviewed, 94:338–39

Woman Rebels, A (film), 98:408, 412–16

Woman's Forward Kentucky Movement, 74:23



Woman's Home Companion, 95:70

Woman's Home Mission Society, 99:58, 61, 63–64

Woman's Missionary Union, 98:24–25, 37–38, 40–41

Woman's Place Is at the Typewriter: Office Work and Office Workers, 1870–1930, by Margery W. Davies: noted, 83:296

woman suffrage, 93:84, 423, 94:256, 257–58, 260, 263; effects of, 99:260, 288; in Kentucky, articles about, 93:1–42; Ky. leads South in, 99:251, 298–99; in school elections, 99:251–52



Woman Suffrage and the New Democracy, by Sara Hunter Graham: reviewed, 95:327–28

Woman Suffrage and the Origins of Liberal Feminism in the United States, 1820–1920, by Suzanne Marilley: noted, 95:460–61

Woman's Wage: Historical Meanings and Social Consequences, by Alice Kessler-Harris: reviewed, 89:429–30

women: education of, 77:11, 12, 14–24, 82:151–69; education of in late-nineteenth-century Ky., 105:394–97; effect of World War II on, 100:127, 188; gender-roles, 98:393, 405–28; historiography of, 93:79–85

women.: Ky. Civil War diaries of, 110:481–502

women: on Ky. frontier, 102:482–85, 107:18, 28–29; in Ky. history, 90:64–89; in Ky. poetry, 82:127–30; in Ky. politics, 99:34–35, 37, 213–302, 364–65, 371, 384; in labor unions, 82:64–65, 136–50, 100:188–89; in nursing, 82:257–76; as religious reformers, 99:53–68; romance and marriage, article about, 93:43–78; and school elections, 76:303; slavery and the status of, 87:1–19; sports at University of Ky., 93:422–45; suffrage, 93:1–42, 84, 423, 94:256–58, 260, 263, 99:251, 251–52, 260, 288, 298–99; and tobacco farming in the central Ohio River Valley, 108:317–46; war production, 100:178–93; women reformers in Appalachian Ky., 85:237–61; during World War II, 100:167–94; as World War II pilots, 100:184–85



Women, Work, and Family in the Antebellum Mountain South, by Wilma A. Dunaway: reviewed, 107:593–94

Women Against Women: American Anti-Suffragism, 1880–1920, by Jane Jerome Camhi: noted, 93:510

Women Airforce Service Pilots (WASPs): illus., 100:185



Women and the Law of Property in Early America, by Marylynn Salmon: reviewed, 85:81–82

Women and the Republican Party, 1854–1924, by Melanie Susan Gustafson: reviewed, 100:234–35

Women at War with America: Private Lives in a Patriotic Era, by D'Ann Campbell: reviewed, 84:228–29

Women Filmmakers in Early Hollywood, by Karen Ward Mahar: reviewed, 105:330–32

Women in American History: A Bibliography: vol. 2, edited by Jessica Brown and Susan Kinnell, noted, 84:238

Women in Journalism (Washington, D.C.), 104:637



Women in Kentucky, by Helen Deiss Irvin: reviewed, 78:362–63

Women in Lexington, by Deirdre A. Scaggs: noted, 104:806–7

"Women in the Promised Land: A Review Essay of Daughters of Canaan: A Saga of Southern Women," by Joan E. Cashin, 93:79–85



Women of Country Music, The: A Reader, edited by Charles K. Wolfe: noted, 103:845

Women of the Klan: Racism and Gender in the 1920s, by Kathleen M. Blee: reviewed, 90:310–11

Women of the Republic: Intellect and Ideology in Revolutionary America, by Linda K. Kerber, reviewed, 80:231–32

Women on the Civil War Battlefront, by Richard H. Hall: reviewed, 104:324–25

Women's Alliance of Louisville, 99:37



Women's Book of World Records and Achievements, edited by Lois Decker O'Neill: reviewed, 78:189–90

Women's Christian Temperance Union, 72:354, 73:388, 74:235, 75:28, 40, 44, 85:253, 88:55, 92:182, 189, 94:238, 98:63

Women's City Club (Louisville, Ky.): and subdivision planning, 107:66

Women Shaping the South: Creating and Confronting Change, edited by Angela Boswell and Judith N. McArthur: noted, 104:809

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

Women's Journals: May Stone and Katherine Pettit's Summer in the Kentucky Mountains and the Founding of the Hindman Settlement School, edited by Jess Stoddart: reviewed, 95:433–35

Women's Organization for National Prohibition Reform, 92:191

Women's Peace Party: and Sophonisba Preston Breckinridge, 101:62

Women's Trade Union League: and Sophonisba Preston Breckinridge, 101:62



Women's Work? American Schoolteachers, 1650–1920, by Joel Perlmann and Robert A. Margo: reviewed, 99:179–81

Won Cause, The: Black and White Comradeship in the Grand Army of the Republic, by Barbara Gannon: reviewed, 110:121–23

Wood, ——, 68:111

Wood, Abraham, 69:286, 71:127

Wood, Alva, 83:179

Wood, Andrew T., 78:230

Wood, Asher, 85:235

Wood, Betty: Slavery in Colonial America, 1619–1776, reviewed, 103:549–50

Wood, Bradford J.: book reviews by, 99:307–9, 100:210–12, 101:329–30, 105:102–3, 107:429–31, 110:196–97; This Remote Part of the World: Regional Formation in Lower Cape Fear, North Carolina, 1725–1775, reviewed, 103:552–54

Wood, Edith, ed.: Mary Telfair to Mary Few: Selected Letters, 1802-1844, reviewed, 106:89–90

Wood, E. E.: dedication of Knapp Hall, Berea College, 110:46

Wood, Eleazar D.: at battle of the Thames, 105:218; Dudley's Defeat, recollections of, 104:38–39; Fort Meigs, defense of, 104:24; Kentucky militia, evaluation of, 104:6

Wood, Francis M., 71:234–35

Wood, George B., 94:399

Wood, Gordon S., 75:332, 95:338, 101:234, 105:252–53; Americanization of Benjamin Franklin, The, review essay, 105:247, 257–61; idealist-behaviorist conflict, 104:118–19; and Louise G. Wood, Russian-American Dialogue on the American Revolution, reviewed, 94:308–9; reputation of, 104:106; U.S.historiography, current state of, 104:97–98

Wood, Henry C., 93:398

Wood, James, 70:25, 27

Wood, John, 76:98–102, 105–10, 98:68

Wood, Julia Erin: book review by, 105:557–58

Wood, Kirsten E.: Masterful Women: Slaveholding Widows from the American Revolution through the Civil War, reviewed, 104:316–18

Wood, Leonard, 71:119–20, 84:360, 95:53, 98:44

Wood, Mary Elizabeth: French Imprint on the Heart of America, reviewed, 77:63–65

Wood, Peter H.: Near Andersonville: Winslow Homer's Civil War, reviewed, 109:252–53

Wood, Robert C., 81:350

Wood, Robert M., 89:295, 296

Wood, Thomas J., 70:304, 72:274, 96:329

Wood, Thomas John, 97:277

Wood and Peers report (1833), 69:70

Woodard, Komozi: book review by, 107:615–17

Woodbridge, Hensley C., 80:3, 86:142, 143; book review by, 78:173–74, 79:269–70; Jesse and Jane Stuart: A Bibliography, reviewed, 68:85–86

Woodburn High School (Woodburn, Ky.): basketball team of, 109:436

Woodburn/Rick Pond, Ky., 92:273

Woodbury, Levi, 81:173, 183, 186

Woodbury, Tenn., 75:129

Woodell, Harold: The Shattered Dream: A Southern Bride at the Turn of the Century, reviewed, 89:316

Wooden, Johnny, 70:344

Woodford, Buckner, 94:160

Woodford, James M., 108:91

Woodford, Jim, 104:415

Woodford, Mary, 77:2

Woodford, Mary A. ("Mollie"), 94:148, 162

Woodford, Mrs. James M., 108:92

Woodford, Sallie, 94:148, 160, 162, 171

Woodford County, Ky., 69:90, 117, 198, 200, 206, 211, 70:124, 247, 249, 352, 71:10, 112, 347, 448, 72:208, 217, 235, 73:366, 391, 74:300, 302, 95:132, 99:215, 226, 100:493, 108:365, 109:51; African Americans in, 108:349; agriculture in, 108:353; circuit court, 69:129, 212; during Civil War, 110:481; Coleman family in, 103:699–700; Edward F. Prichard's move to, 104:548; free African Americans in, 109:300; Heritage Committee, 70:353; heritage committee of, 72:427; John Hunt Morgan in, 108:28–32; Matthew Kennedy's move to, 103:512; Pisgah Presbyterian Church, 102:24; politics in, 104:416; Presbyterian seminary in, 74:99–111; proposal to relocate state capital to, 104:253; public school education in, 109:29–30; Resolutions, 70:40; slavery in, 101:94, 110:296–97, 318, 320; soldiers during Mexican War, 106:10

Woodford County, Va., 72:414

Woodford Mambrino (horse), 100:487

Woodford Reserve Distillery (Frankfort, Ky.), 103:469, 491

Woodhull, Victoria, 86:204

Woodin, William, 72:289

Woodiwiss, Michael: Organized Crime and American Power: A History, reviewed, 100:245–47

Woodlake (Franklin County, Ky.), 93:26

Woodlake (horse), 100:492

Woodland period, 90:6, 7



Woodland Period Systematics in the Middle Ohio Valley, edited by Darlene Applegate and Robert C. Mainfort Jr.: reviewed, 103:767–69

Woodman, Harold D.: book review by, 90:413–15; essay by, 85:287

Woodmen of the World, Paducah, Ky., 96:258, 98:276–77

Woodpecker (horse), 100:476

Woodress, James, 80:4

Woodring, George: Appalachian Volunteers (AVs), 107:390; and Robert F. Kennedy's presidential candidacy, 107:394–96

Woodrough (Ky.), 68:116

Woodrow, James, 80:146



Woodrow Wilson: A Biography, by August Heckscher: reviewed, 91:234–35

"Woodrow Wilson and His Presbyterian Influence," by Arthur S. Link, 70:68



Woodrow Wilson and the Press: Prelude to the Presidency, by James D. Startt: reviewed, 103:589–90

Woodrow Wilson and World War I, 1917–1921, by Robert H. Ferrell: reviewed, 84:332–33

Woodrow Wilson School of Public Affairs (Princeton University), 104:426



Woodrow Wilson's Right Hand: The Life of Colonel Edward M. House, by Godfrey Hodgson: reviewed, 104:343–45

Woodrow Wilson: The Years of Preparation, by John M. Mulder: reviewed, 77:233–34

Woodruff, Nan Elizabeth: As Rare As Rain: Federal Relief in the Great Southern Drought of 1930–1931, reviewed, 84:98–100

Woodruff, William B.: Louisiana Regiment, 105:602

Woodruff, William E., 73:298, 304, 398

Woods, Alva, 69:69, 80:204, 82:220

Woods, Clarence A., 94:253

Woods, Emma, 100:298

Woods, Jeff: Black Struggle, Red Scare: Segregation and Anticommunism in the South, 1948–1968, reviewed, 102:266–70; and the southern civil rights movement, 104:218–19, 238, 244–45

Woods, Lewis C. Jr., 70:351

Woods, Randall Bennett: A Changing of the Guard: Anglo-American Relations, 1941–1946, reviewed, 89:323–24; Fulbright: A Biography, reviewed, 94:339–41

Wood's Creek (Ky.), 68:125–26

Woodson, Anthony, 69:353

Woodson, Carter G., 97:305–6, 321; Free Negro Owners of Slaves in the United States in 1830, 70:147, 326

Woodson, Isaac T., 100:14, 17

Woodson, Silas, 75:10–12, 19, 76:317, 88:18

Woodson, Urey, 70:69, 76:156–57

Woodsonville, Ky., 69:341, 344–45, 352, 355, 70:215

Wood's Station, Ky., 68:130

Woodstock (Todd County, Ky.): home of Dorothy Dix, 90:369, 370–71, 373

Woodstock Music and Art Fair (1969), 69:216

"Woodstock Nation" (Bethel, N.Y.), 71:314

Woodville, Ky., 110:529

Woodville, Miss.: Rosemont Planation, 107:144, 206

Woodward, C. Vann, 72:9, 80:308, 89:340, 96:138, 97:306, 99:95–96, 100:275; and Civil War–Era Kentucky, 110:231; interpretation of slavery, 103:732; letter to Thomas D. Clark, illus., 103:342; Mary Chesnut's Civil War, reviewed, 80:466–68; The Old World's New World, reviewed, 91:213–14; The Origins of the New South, 110:580; The Strange Career of Jim Crow, 110:576; Thinking Back: The Perils of Writing History, reviewed, 84:424–25; and Thomas D. Clark, 103:330–32, 331, 341–43

Woodward, David R.: Trial by Friendship: Anglo-American Relations, 1917–1918, reviewed, 91:449–50

Woodward, George Washington, 76:333

Woodward, James T., 88:17

Woodward, Michael Vaughan, 86:62–63

Woodward, Sherman, 97:50

Woodward, Tom, 110:459

Woodward, Virginia, 99:259

Woodward, William E., 81:369

Woodworth, Steven E., 89:370–71, 101:444; book reviews by, 94:297–98, 98:435–38; Davis and Lee at War, reviewed, 95:318–19; ed., The American Civil War: A Handbook of Literature and Research, reviewed, 95:443–45; ed., The Art of Command in the Civil War, reviewed, 97:474–75; Jefferson Davis and His Generals: The Failure of Confederate Command in the West, reviewed, 89:216–17; Manifest Destinies: America's Westward Expansion and the Road to the Civil War, reviewed, 109:482–84; and Mark Grimsley, Shiloh: A Battlefield Guide, reviewed, 104:150–52; Shiloh Campaign, The, reviewed, 107:121–22

Woodworth, Steven E., ed.: Chickamauga Campaign, The, reviewed, 108:282–85

Woody, Robert: Thomas D. Clark letter to, 103:322–23

Woody, Thomas, 89:61

Woofter, Thomas, 78:54

Wool, John E., 81:348; during Mexican War, 106:31–34

Woolen, Walter, 89:295–96

Wooley, Aaron Kitchell, 72:11

Wooley, Abraham R., 88:405–8, 417

Wooley, Asher, 69:134

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

Woolf, Virginia, 90:368

Woolfolk, Catharine, 68:71–72, 76, 79–80, 267

Woolfolk, Chester, 84:380–81, 395

Woolfolk, George, 68:71–72, 74, 76, 78–80, 267

Woolfolk, L. B., 74:207; and the whipping issue, 100:10, 17

Woolfolk, Mary, 89:242

Woolfolk, Sophia W., 89:242, 243

Woolfolk, Sue, 77:1

Woolfolk, William, 89:242

Woolfolk Guard: Fourth Kentucky Regiment, 77:2

Woolley, Aaron K., 94:126

Woolley, B. H., 94:123, 124

Woolley, Charles, 94:120, 122

Woolley, Sallie (Charles's daughter), 94:120

Woolley, Sallie (Charles's mother), 94:118, 120

Woolper, John, 78:297

Woolridge, Elisha, 69:209

Woolridgetown, Ky.: African American settlement near, 104:515

Woolsey, Bill, 96:374

Woolsey, F. W., 79:233, 238

Woolums, J. W.: Midway, Ky., 108:31

Woolverton, John F.: Robert H. Gardiner and the Reunification of Worldwide Christianity, reviewed, 104:346–48

Woolworth's (Covington, Ky.): civil rights protests at, 109:381

Woolworth's (Greensboro, N.C.): civil rights protests at, 109:376

Woolworth's (Lexington, Ky.): civil rights protests at, 109:365–66

Wooster, Moses F., 73:309, 399, 409, 413

Wooster, Ralph A.: People in Power: Courthouse and Statehouse in the Lower South, 1850–1860, reviewed, 68:86–88; Politicians, Planters, and Plain Folk: Courthouse and Statehouse in the Upper South, 1850–1860, reviewed, 75:249–50

Wooster, Robert: American Military Frontiers, The: The United States Army in the West, 1783-1900, reviewed, 108:149–50; book review by, 88:355–56

Wooten, Joseph, 79:122

Wooten, Thomas, 79:122

Wooten Community Center (Leslie County, Ky.), 95:63

Worcester, Don: The Chisholm Trail: High Road of the Cattle Kingdom, reviewed, 80:472–73

Worcester, Mass., 69:334

Worde, Henry, 89:150

Worden, W. L.: article about Melungeons, 102:220



"Words for the Hour": A New Anthology of American Civil War Poetry, edited by Faith Barrett and Cristanne Miller: reviewed, 105:131–33

Work, George: correspondence with Joseph Holt, 106:403–4

Work, Herbert, 81:37–38

Work, Joe, 97:421

Work, Thomas: Ky. Regiment, 105:596

Work and Faith in the Kentucky Coal Fields: Subject to Dust, by Richard J. Callahan Jr.: reviewed, 106:233–35

"Work Begins Today: Quaker Volunteers in Depression-Era Kentucky, 1933," by Edmund F. Wehrle, 90:345–67



Workers on the Edge: Work, Leisure, and Politics in Industrializing Cincinnati, 1788–1890, by Steven J. Ross: reviewed, 84:426–28

Working at Play: A History of Vacations in the United States, by Cindy S. Aron: reviewed, 98:131–33

Working-Class War: American Combat Soldiers and Vietnam, by Christian G. Appy: reviewed, 91:362–64

"Working Like A Slave: Views of Slavery and the Status of Women in Antebellum Kentucky," by Richard Sears, 87:1–19



Workingmen's Democracy: The Knights of Labor and American Politics, by Leon Fink: reviewed, 82:195–97

"Working the Black Patch: Tobacco Farming Traditions, 1890–1930," by Suzanne M. Hall, 89:266–86



Working the Diaspora: The Impact of African Labour on the Anglo-American World, 1650-1850, by Frederick C. Knight: reviewed, 107:581–83

Working with Carter G. Woodson, the Father of Black History: A Diary, 1928–1930, by Lorenzo J. Greene: reviewed, 88:362–63

Workman, Nimrod: music of', 107:493

Workmen's Compensation Act (1906), 70:130

"Work or Fight": Race, Gender, and the Draft in World War One, by Gerald E. Shenk: reviewed, 104:746–48

Works of Benjamin Franklin, edited by Jared Sparks, 105:267

Works Progress Administration (WPA), 90:280–81, 283, 98:385, 396, 99:365, 370; and the 1938 Ky. Senate election, 80:316–18, 321, 326–27; in eastern Ky., 95:57, 60–63, 65, 75–76; and employment, 107:315; and Ky. Historical Society, 101:29



World, the Flesh, and the Devil, The: A History of Colonial St. Louis, by Patricia Cleary: reviewed, 110:99–101

World Bank, 95:287, 104:494

World Economic Conference (1933), 72:412

World Enough and Time, by Robert Penn Warren, 104:2, 79; evaluation of, 104:88–90; noted, 98:338–39; Thomas D. Clark commentary on, 103:294–95

World of George Washington, The, by Richard M. Ketchum: reviewed, 73:316–18

World of Jesse Stuart, The: Selected Poems: edited by J. R. LeMaster, reviewed, 74:238–40

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