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



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Boyd, William Kenneth, 80:145, 86:59; influence on Thomas D. Clark, 103:18, 47, 206; letter to Thomas D. Clark, illus., 103:210; Thomas D. Clark commentary on, 103:324; Thomas D. Clark letter to, 103:327–28

Boyd County, Ky., 69:287, 70:132, 72:250, 259, 381, 73:330, 74:19, 99:289; soldiers of Twenty-second Kentucky Union Infantry Regiment from, 105:660

Boykin, L. A., 94:170

Boylan, Anne M.: book review by, 90:203–4, 92:206–7; Sunday School: The Formation of an American Institution, 1790–1880, reviewed, 88:88–89

Boyle, Anthony, 75:149

Boyle, Jeremiah T., 70:200–201, 209–11, 213, 215, 217, 71:185–86, 426–27, 436–38, 72:25, 29, 34–36, 107, 372–73, 75:215–16, 80:299, 301, 97:255, 398, 106:590, 108:23–24, 40, 110:485; Federal occupation of Ky., 110:328, 347, 350, 358, 465; military rule in Ky., 103:676

Boyle, Jere T., 68:179

Boyle, John, 70:125, 71:167, 72:20, 23, 27, 33

Boyle, Kevin: book review by, 99:429–31

Boyle County, Ky., 70:6, 126, 71:112, 72:125, 73:188, 232, 293, 362, 99:208–9; concealed weapons in, 91:379–82; free African Americans in, 109:299; free blacks in, 87:426–38; "Moonlight Schools" in, 74:18; newspapers of, 106:410; public school education in, 109:39; during the secession crisis, 106:413–14; slaves in, 110:323; soldiers during Mexican War, 106:10; state capital relocation issue, 104:270; Thomas Hutchison, 106:302, 423, 430–31

Boyle family, 68:222

Boynton, Dr. ——, 68:361

Boynton, Henry V.: Battles of Chickamauga and Chattanooga and the Organizations Involved, reviewed, 108:282–85

Boy Scouts of America, 90:261; and Daniel Boone, 102:487, 518–19; Daniel Boone legacy for, 100:504; and Every Boy's Library Series, 102:519

Boy Soldier of the Confederacy: The Memoir of Johnnie Wickersham, by Kathleen Gorham: noted, 104:814

Bozarth, Jim, 81:415, 418, 420, 423



Brabbling Women: Disorderly Speech and the Law in Early Virginia, by Terri L. Snyder: reviewed, 101:330–32

Bracegirdle (horse), 100:492

Bracht, F. G., 110:350

Bracing for Armageddon: Why Civil Defense Never Worked, by Dee Garrison: reviewed, 104:768–69

Bracken (Ky.) Chronicle: on Bill Miller, 95:169

Bracken, Matthew, 78:297–98

Bracken Association, 88:126

Bracken County, Ky., 69:330–31, 336, 70:41, 71:112, 72:370, 95:135, 173; and the family of John G. Fee, 105:617–20, 625, 639; free African Americans in, 109:299; Ku Klux Klan in, 104:418; and public school reform, 109:56

Brackman, Arnold C.: The Other Nuremberg: The Untold Story of the Tokyo War Crimes Trials, reviewed, 86:94–95

Bracton, Henry de, 91:132

Bradburn, Douglas: and John C. Coombs, eds., Early Modern Virginia: Reconsidering the Old Dominion, reviewed, 110:196–97

Bradburn, John (Juan) Davis, 81:242

Braddock, Edward, 75:144, 86:5, 12, 14, 16–19, 90:124; defeat of, 102:477–78

Braddy, Haldeen, 73:71

Braden, Anita: illus., 104:225

Braden, Anne, 90:86, 104:213–14, 231, 237, 245, 109:398; biography of, 104:698; and communism, 104:244; conflict with C. Ewbank Tucker, 104:241; illus., 104:225; and Louisville branch of the NAACP, 104:217, 232; and the Louisville chapter of CORE, 104:232–36; and the Louisville civil rights movement, 104:217–48; political persecution of, 104:225–26; purchase of Wades' home, 104:224; radicalism of, 104:223; red-scare tactics used against, 104:247; religion of, 104:240; support for, 104:226–30; The Wall Between, noted, 98:134; and the West End Community Council, 104:239–41

Braden, Carl, 104:213–14, 229, 231, 237, 245; conflict with C. Ewbank Tucker, 104:241; convicted of contempt of Congress, 104:226; convicted of sedition, 104:217, 224; fired by Louisville Courier-Journal, 104:243; illus., 104:225; and the Louisville chapter of CORE, 104:232–36; and the Louisville chapter of the NAACP, 104:232; and the Louisville civil rights movement, 104:217–48; political persecution of, 104:225–26; prosecution of, 104:222; purchase of Wades' home, 104:224; radicalism of, 104:223; red-scare tactics used against, 104:247; support for, 104:226–30

Braden, Jim: illus., 104:225

Braden, Spruille, 73:321

Braden, Waldo W.: Abraham Lincoln: Public Speaker, reviewed, 87:457–58

Braden family, 68:222

Bradford, Andrew, 105:256

Bradford, Charles, 76:274–75

Bradford, Daniel, 69:71, 73:132, 77:22, 100:39

Bradford, David, 71:382

Bradford, Fielding, 68:61

Bradford, Fielding Jr., 74:35, 100:39

Bradford, John, 69:185, 296, 70:247–48, 71:162, 375, 382, 72:147, 414, 73:341–42, 76:156, 275, 78:109, 91:135, 97:137, 103:53; and the Cane Ridge revival, 106:204; career of, 68:60–69; economic views of, 100:36, 37, 39; illus., 100:38, 106:207; and The Kentucky Gazette, 82:115–18, 121, 124, 133–35; and Kentucky Gazette, 100:36–40; portrayal of Daniel Boone in Account of the Remarkable Occurrences in the Life and Travels of Col. James Smith, 102:499

Bradford, John O., 69:63

Bradford, Marlene: Scanning the Skies: A History of Tornado Forecasting, reviewed, 99:444–46

Bradford, M. E.: Original Intentions: On the Making and Ratification of the United States Constitution, reviewed, 92:207–9

Bradford, Mrs.—, 108:70

Bradford, Nettie Duvall: and tobacco farming, 108:334–35, 339

Bradford, Samuel, 97:262–63

Bradford, Sarah: The Reluctant King: The Life and Reign of George VI, 1895–1952, reviewed, 89:233–34

Bradford, T. G., 77:26

Bradford, William, 105:256; History of Plymouth Plantation, 74:340

Bradford family, 68:225

Bradley, Boone, 80:389

Bradley, Christine, 88:55, 98:62–63

Bradley, Ed: book reviews by, 107:279–81, 109:221–23

Bradley, Edwin S.: and W. G. Marigold, Union College, 1879–1979, noted, 78:386

Bradley, John, 89:16

Bradley, Kenneth M., 92:153

Bradley, Lenore K.: Robert Alexander Long: A Lumberman of the Gilded Age, noted, 88:238

Bradley, Mark L.: Bluecoats & Tar Heels: Soldiers and Civilians in Reconstruction North Carolina, reviewed, 110:559, 569–70, 572

Bradley, Miss—: and high school girls' basketball, 109:153

Bradley, Mr. —: Lexington, Ky., 108:80

Bradley, Omar N., 76:317, 96:279; Forrest C. Pogue oral history interview, 104:676

Bradley, Thomas, 84:267

Bradley, Tom, 99:214

Bradley, V. A., 89:392

Bradley, Victor, 104:532

Bradley, William A., 91:182, 185

Bradley, William O., 72:86, 73:331, 74:41, 75:327, 76:24, 285–86, 289, 294, 78:239–40, 335, 88:55, 81, 89:287, 291, 95:33, 96:253, 97:158, 98:46–49, 65, 68, 83, 95–97, 157, 101:5, 110:544; first Republican governor of Ky., 98:256; illus., 101:17; political campaign of, 108:368; and racial politics, 108:371–73; reestablishment of Ky. Historical Society in 1896, 101:16; separate coach law, 98:256–57

Bradshaw, Charles I., 99:48–49; letter to Thomas D. Clark, illus., 103:458

Bradshaw, Donald E., 71:224

Bradshaw, Ernest, 93:56, 57, 66

Bradshaw, John, 69:269

Bradshaw, Michael: The Appalachian Regional Commission: Twenty-Five Years of Government Policy, reviewed, 91:212–13

Bradshaw, Nancy: book review by, 89:324–25; "Polio in Kentucky–From Birthday Balls to the Breakthrough," 87:20–39

Bradshaw family, 69:268



Bradshear v. Lapsley (1822), 69:304

Bradunas, E. A.: letter of, 102:54

Brady, Andrew, 86:220

Brady, Erika: book review by, 105:682–83

Brady, J., 69:337–38

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

Brady, Matthew, 72:406; daguerreotype of Henry Clay, 106:509

Braestrup, Peter: Big Story: How the American Press and Television Reported the Crisis of Tet 1968 in Vietnam and Washington, reviewed, 77:237–39; on Tet Offensive, 102:344–45

Braeview (Louisville, Ky.): development of, 107:54, 58

Bragg, Braxton, 70:65, 203, 207, 302, 71:188, 72:30, 73:174–75, 183–84, 186–87, 190–91, 295, 299, 301, 398, 412, 74:127, 142, 75:127, 129–31, 137, 76:1, 4, 5, 10–13, 17, 19–20, 331, 77:157, 167, 80:89, 85:208, 88:281–83, 285, 89:371, 92:369, 370, 93:263, 267–75, 280, 94:152, 157, 96:243–44, 246, 97:177, 252–55, 257, 260, 263–64, 273, 275, 277–78, 281, 282–83, 103:632, 105:38, 64, 107:539, 108:57, 61, 64, 71, 86; failures of, 101:451–53; the invasion of Ky., 96:315–47, 105:57–59; invasion of Ky., 108:7; Ky. campaign of, 69:350–52, 355–59, 79:33–38, 124–27, 129–31, 133–34, 110:411; and Ky. during Civil War, 107:174

Bragg, Edward Stuyvesant, 76:28

Bragg, Mrs. Braxton, 73:424

Bragg, Thomas, 85:200

Brainerd School: mission to Cherokee, 91:263

Braley, Burton, 80:182

Brame, John, 110:515–16

Brame, William R., 110:515

Bramlette, Thomas E., 69:379–81, 383, 70:126, 72:371–72, 374–75, 377–84, 389, 76:213, 77:13, 79:122, 80:301–6, 87:414–15, 88:152, 158, 160, 89:251, 253, 256, 261, 263, 93:401, 98:158, 101:460, 106:463, 108:12, 110:445, 477; and Abraham Lincoln, 106:464–67, 477; and African American recruitment, 106:591–92; Federal occupation of Ky., 110:358, 475; and Stephen Burbridges's command in Ky., 69:103–5, 109–10, 118–19, 121–22, 124; Thirteen Amendment, 106:599–600

Bramlette, William, 79:122

Branch, John, 81:171–72

Branch Bank of Kentucky (Lexington, Ky.), 76:16

Branch Rickey: Baseball's Ferocious Gentleman, by Lee Lowenfish: reviewed, 105:737–39

Brand, George, 99:46, 103:501

Brand, James W.: death of, 103:505; duplex of, illus., 103:505; estate of, 103:506; marriage of, 103:501; partnership with Matthew Kennedy, 103:493, 500–506; shop in Versailles, Ky., 103:503

Brand, John, Lexington, Ky., 97:385, 103:512

Brand, Mary Smith, Lexington, Ky.: property of, 103:506

Brand, Robert, 103:501

Brand, William: and Matthew Kennedy, 103:501–2

Brandeis, Adolph: business career, 110:176–78

Brandeis, Alfred, 71:218, 74:237, 77:30

Brandeis, Alice, 74:237



Brandeis, by Lewis J. Paper: reviewed, 82:415–16

Brandeis, Fanny, 77:33

Brandeis, Frederika, 110:177

Brandeis, Louis D., 70:121, 134–36, 75:256–57, 78:167–69, 81:65, 85:48, 60, 67, 101:4, 104:430, 455, 464, 465, 506, 110:176; and Felix Frankfurter, 104:436; social philosophy of, 77:30–45

Brandeis & Crawford (Louisville, Ky.), 110:176

Brandeis and America, edited by Nelson L. Dawson: reviewed, 88:463–64

Brandeis and Frankfurter: A Dual Biography, by Leonard Baker: noted, 85:391

Brandeis Century, The: Constant Values in Changing Times, by Carl E. Kramer: noted, 110:229

Brandeis/Frankfurter Connection: The Secret Political Activities of Two Supreme Court Justices, by Bruce Allen Murphy: noted, 82:111–12

Brandeis of Boston, by Allon Gal: reviewed, 79:91–92

Brandenburg, Ky., 69:113, 77:8; John Hunt Morgan in, 103:658, 108:76



Brander Matthews, Theodore Roosevelt, and the Politics of American Literature, 1880–1920, by Lawrence J. Oliver: noted, 91:124–25

Brands, H. W.: Andrew Jackson: His Life and Times, reviewed, 104:143–45; First American, The: The Life and Times of Benjamin Franklin, 105:250

Brandt, Nat: The Congressman Who Got Away with Murder, reviewed, 91:220–21

Brandtner, Walter, 100:159

Brandwein, Pamela: original-intent theory, 102:397–99

Brandy Keg Branch (Floyd County, Ky.), 78:200

Brandywine, Pa.: battle of, 69:188

Branham, ——, 69:317

Branigan, Roger, 71:328

Brannan, John Milton, 74:288

Brannin, Mr.—: slave of, 109:323

Bransford, Henry, 71:277–79, 281–82, 285–86, 288, 292–93

Branson, Jack: and Mary Kinney Branson, Murder in Mayberry: Greed, Death, and Mayhem in a Small Town, noted, 107:628–29

Brant, Irving, 72:191

Brashear, Richard, 81:243–44, 247, 250–51

Brashear, Walter, 81:251

Brasher, Glenn David: Peninsula Campaign and the Necessity of Emancipation, The: African Americans and the Fight for Freedom, reviewed, 110:587–89

Brass Ankles (S.C.): triracial isolate group, 102:212



Brass Images: Medieval Lives, by Carol T. Gallagher: noted, 79:203

Bratten, Flo, 76:124

Bratton, Emily, 76:138

Bratton, Mary Jo: book review by, 93:234–35



Bravest of the Brave, The: The Correspondence of Stephen Dodson Ramseur, edited by George G. Kundahl: reviewed, 109:102–3

Bray, Chris: book review by, 107:93–95

Bray, Dr. ——, 80:8

Bray, Robert: Peter Cartwright: Legendary Frontier Preacher, reviewed, 103:771–72; Reading with Lincoln, reviewed, 109:219–21

Braymen, Bob, 96:272

Brazil: slavery in, 107:193; U.S. trade convention with, 107:555

Brazinsky, Gregg: Nation Building in South Korea: Koreans, Americans, and the Making of a Democracy, reviewed, 105:759–60

Brazon Santiago, Mexico: during Mexican War, 106:15–16

Brazoria, Texas, 71:16

Brazos River (Texas), 107:568–69



Breaking the Backcountry: The Seven Years' War in Virginia and Pennsylvania, 1754–1765, by Matthew C. Ward: reviewed, 101:505–7

Breaking the Land: The Transformation of Cotton, Tobacco, and Rice Cultures Since 1880, by Pete Daniel: reviewed, 84:94–95

Breathitt, Edward T. III, 99:50

Breathitt, Edward T. Jr. ("Ned"), 71:224, 72:205, 85:159, 99:241, 255, 279, 104:398, 545, 567–68, 576; administration of, 104:519, 592–98, 600; civil rights bill of 1966, 109:352, 388–89; civil rights issues, 99:5–51, 8, 26–28, 33–34, 36, 44–48, 104:595–96; death, 101:5; and Edward F. Prichard, 109:49; Edward F. Prichard's evaluation of, 104:595–98; environmental issues, 99:8, 33, 47–49, 104:595–96; illus., 107:341; interview with, 99:5–52; and Lyndon B. Johnson, 99:17, 37–40, 43, 50; and the National Advisory Commission on Rural Poverty, 107:345, 357–58, 360; and The People Left Behind, 107:353–54, 366, 369; political campaigns of, 104:580–88, 587–88, 590; relationship with Earle Clements, 104:599–600; relationship with Edward F. Prichard, 104:397, 548, 570–72, 591–601; relationship with Harry Lee Waterfield, 104:591, 597–98; and Thomas D. Clark, 103:361

Breathitt, Edward T. Sr., 99:15

Breathitt, Frances Holleman, 99:17, 50

Breathitt, James, 81:49, 99:15, 100:14, 104:590

Breathitt, James Jr., 84:30, 99:15

Breathitt, John, 69:236, 71:332, 81:136, 88:255–56, 258, 268, 272; and Joseph Holt, 106:384; portrait, 101:23

Breathitt, John W., 99:15

Breathitt, Lucy Alexander, 99:50

Breathitt, Mary Frances, 99:34, 35, 50

Breathitt, Mary Josephine Wallace, 99:9, 15, 16

Breathitt, Susan, 99:50

Breathitt County, Ky., 94:267, 270, 109:359; concealed weapons in, 91:379–82; education in, 91:150–75; influence of the Turner family in, 107:404–17; and the Middle Kentucky River Area Development Council, 107:405–6; political importance of, 107:405; Presbyterians in, 91:150–75; Robert F. Kennedy's visit to, 107:371–72; and the War on Poverty, 107:306, 401–17

Breathitt County High School (Jackson, Ky.): illus., 107:410; visit of Lady Bird Johnson to, 107:403–4

Brecht, Robert, 83:56

Breck, Daniel, 106:220

Breckinridge (Cloverport, Ky.) News: on homicide, 81:134

Breckinridge, Anne Sophonisba, 72:330–31

Breckinridge, Charles, 69:373

Breckinridge, Clifton Rodes, 76:179, 82:261, 101:63, 65

Breckinridge, Desha, 72:343–44, 347–48, 352, 356, 359, 78:331, 89:155, 90:84, 93:26, 36, 94:253–54, 100:467, 101:58

Breckinridge, Ella, 101:55, 60

Breckinridge, Henry Hugh, 71:383

Breckinridge, Issa Desha, 101:54, 56, 59, 110:486–87; advice to Sophonisba Preston Breckinridge, 101:57; death, 101:59

Breckinridge, James, 100:336

Breckinridge, John (1760-1806), 69:363, 70:40–46, 313, 317, 71:86, 371–72, 375, 382, 390, 72:207–8, 311, 73:217, 218, 341, 75:110, 180, 182–83, 332–33, 78:2, 80:261, 85:197, 203, 90:66, 91:12–14, 135–41, 144, 149, 92:4, 94:32, 96:308, 100:452, 101:49, 105:44–47, 46–48, 50, 106:359

Breckinridge, John B.: Ky. Historical Society, 101:34; political career of, 104:577, 587, 105:48–50

Breckinridge, John Bayne: and public accommodations in Louisville, Ky., 109:401

Breckinridge, John C., 68:177, 69:279, 323, 363–64, 366, 368–69, 381, 70:177, 227, 71:349, 72:300, 304, 73:41, 372, 417–19, 74:35, 141–43, 76:2, 12, 17, 179, 77:266, 79:6, 13, 25, 30, 125–26, 128–31, 133, 80:168, 373, 375, 380, 383, 385–87, 389–90, 82:261, 88:278, 281–83, 285, 90:343, 93:258, 261, 263, 266–67, 269–72, 279–80, 94:141, 158, 97:160, 167, 176–77, 181, 185, 186, 394, 101:63, 106:493, 108:80–81, 110:237, 376; article about, 85:197–212; burial of Henry Clay Jr., 106:42; and the Civil War, 75:81, 137–38, 301, 325, 85:197–212; and Confederate identity of Ky., 110:313; and the Confederate States of America, 107:183–84; election of 1860, 103:668, 759–64, 106:412–13, 492, 110:266, 374, 446; and Henry Clay, 106:502, 548; illus., 106:389, 107:184; influence of Mary Cabell Breckinridge on, 101:50; influence of Mary Cyrene Breckinridge on, 101:51; Jefferson Davis's support for, 101:414, 420; and secession crisis in Ky., 110:304–5

Breckinridge, John Jr., 72:208, 217

Breckinridge, Joseph, 69:373, 376

Breckinridge, Joseph Cabell, 72:208, 75:325

Breckinridge, Katherine Carson, 101:63, 65; view of gender roles, 101:66

Breckinridge, Laetitia, 72:209

Breckinridge, Madeline McDowell, 83:28–29, 31–32, 90:83, 93:4, 6, 9–10, 12, 14, 19–21, 24, 84, 99:298, 299; career of, 100:467; illus., 100:468; and the Nineteenth Amendment, 93:2, 25–42; and women's suffrage, 72:342–63

Breckinridge, Marie, 72:331

Breckinridge, Mary, 81:289–90, 90:84, 85, 101:4; and the Frontier Nursing Service, 76:179–91, 82:257–75; illus., 101:47; Wide Neighborhoods: A Story of the Frontier Nursing Service, noted, 80:116

Breckinridge, Mary Anne, 72:208

Breckinridge, Mary Cabell, 72:207, 85:198; gender role of, 101:49–50; influence on John C. Breckinridge, 101:50

Breckinridge, Mary Carson: childhood, 101:63–64; children, 101:69–70; comparison with Sophonisba Breckinridge, 101:71–73; divorce, 101:70; education, 101:65–67; family of, 101:63–65; Frontier Nursing Service, 101:63, 69–72; illus., 101:64, 66, 71; marriages, 101:66, 68–70; name, 101:70; parental expectations, 101:64–65; University of Tenn., 101:67; vocational uncertainty, 101:62–63, 67–68, 71

Breckinridge, Mary Cyrene: influence on John C. Breckinridge, 101:51

Breckinridge, Mary Hopkins Cabell ("Polly"), 90:66–67

Breckinridge, Mrs. John C., 73:424

Breckinridge, Newton Colbert: Louisiana Regiment, biographical sketch of, 105:602–4

Breckinridge, Robert, 70:332, 74:152, 78:112

Breckinridge, Robert J., 70:8, 9, 227, 72:118, 380–83, 73:356, 367, 74:100, 75:4–6, 15, 94, 96, 99–100, 102–3, 109, 76:3, 77:75, 80:302–3, 82:227–28, 230–34, 85:193, 205, 90:343, 96:33, 97:167; and abolitionism, 69:320–21, 323–24, 328; and Abraham Lincoln, 105:73, 106:493; and the Civil War, 69:110, 119–22, 125–26; on emancipation of slaves, 73:218, 220–31, 237, 239; and Joseph Holt, 106:387; and Ky. Unionism, 69:362–85; recruitment of American Africans, 72:380–83; and secession, 106:387–88; and slavery, 68:299–303, 306, 310; state capital relocation issue, 104:271–72; support for the Union, 110:256, 258, 282–83, 466; theology of, 72:207–23, 319–36

Breckinridge, Robert J. Jr., 69:364, 369

Breckinridge, Scott, 76:185

Breckinridge, Scott D.: book review by, 86:306–7; The CIA and the U.S. Intelligence System, reviewed, 85:191–92

Breckinridge, Sophonisba Preston, 90:83, 93:31, 32, 101:1; comparison with Mary Carson Breckinridge, 101:71–73; education, 101:54–59, 61–62; family of, 101:54–55; historiography, 101:54; and Hull House (Chicago, Ill.), 101:62; illus., 101:50, 54, 56; impact of father's scandal, 101:59–61; influence of, 101:62; relations with men, 101:60–61; teaching career, 101:61–62; vocational uncertainty, 101:58–59

Breckinridge, William, 68:294, 72:208, 217, 75:162, 83:222, 224, 231, 235, 85:201

Breckinridge, William Campbell Preston, 69:111, 365, 369, 70:212, 71:35, 44, 178, 181, 187, 428–29, 434, 72:343, 76:18, 30, 78:240, 331, 334, 80:380–82, 98:56, 100:467, 101:54, 56–57, 110:486; advice to Sophonisba Preston Breckinridge, 101:57; and Benjamin F. Buckner, 107:546–47; breach of promise suit, 101:59–61; during Civil War, 75:122, 127–28, 131, 138; illus., 101:60; joins John Hunt Morgan, 108:33; Ky. Historical Society, 101:12; political campaigns of, 108:362, 368, 373; progressive views of gender roles, 101:55; supports Preston Brown, 104:60

Breckinridge, William Lewis: on emancipation of slaves, 73:220–23, 225, 227, 237

Breckinridge, W. L., 68:301

Breckinridge County, Ky., 69:3, 70:9, 77, 136, 71:11, 106:384; during Civil War, 110:434; Holt family in, 106:375–76; Lincoln family in, 106:356

Breckinridges of Kentucky, 1760–1981, The, by James C. Klotter: reviewed, 85:262–63

Breckinridge: Statesman, Soldier, Symbol, by William C. Davis: reviewed, 73:417–19

Breece, Thomas H., 71:16

Breeden, James O.: book review by, 71:106–8; Joseph Jones, M.D., Scientist of the Old South, reviewed, 74:130, 131

Breen, Patrick H.: book review by, 107:104–5

Breen, Timothy, 108:321

Breines, Winifred: Trouble Between Us, The: An Uneasy History of White and Black Women in the Feminist Movement, reviewed, 105:373–74

Breitman, Richard: and Norman J. W. Goda, Timothy Naftali, and Robert Wolfe, U.S. Intelligence and the Nazis, reviewed, 103:596–98

Brekus, Catherine A.: Religious History of American Women, The: Reimagining the Past, reviewed, 105:477–78; Strangers and Pilgrims: Female Preaching in America, 1740–1845, reviewed, 97:467–68

Bremen Street Baptist Church (Covington, Ky.), 98:159–60, 167

Brennan, Beverly W.: and David Horvath, eds., A Kentucky Album: Farm Security Administration Photographs, reviewed, 85:71–72

Brennan, James, 74:179

Brennan, Michael J. ("Mickey"), 84:33, 39, 50, 400, 104:453–54

Brennan, Thomas, 85:112, 114, 127

Brennan, T. P.: school of, 69:280

Brennan, Walter, 98:370–71

Brent, George, 97:307, 315

Brent, Hugh, 97:387

Brent, J. Chambers, 94:159, 160

Brent, J. Harry, 94:160, 172

Brent, Joseph E.: book note by, 91:126–27; book reviews by, 94:86–87, 446–47, 95:323–24

Brent, Lieutenant Colonel——: John H. Morgan's Ky. raid, 85:337–38

Brentford, Burke: The Thunderbolt of the Border; or, Daniel Boone on the Warpath, 82:330

"Brent Spence and the Bretton Woods Legislation," by Richard Hedlund, 79:40–56

Brentsville, Ky.: and racial politics, 108:372

Brescia, Anthony M.: "The Election of 1828: A View from Louisville," 74:51–57

Brescia, Emma ("Cinina"): illnesses of, 104:92; and Robert Penn Warren, 104:81–82

Brescia College (Owensboro, Ky.), 69:174–75

Bretton Woods (N.H.), 72:244

Bretton Woods Conference: and Edward F. Prichard, 104:494–95

Brevard, James, 100:324

Brewer, B. E., 90:274

Brewer, Dennis L.: The Land of Lee; The Formation and County Officials of Lee County, Kentucky, 1870–1983, noted, 81:462–63

Brewer, Earl, 74:125

Brewer, George St. P., 68:338

Brewer, Given: ed. The Journal of the Reverend Jacob Lanius, An Itinerant Preacher of the Missouri Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church from 1831 A. D. to 1851 A. D., noted, 79:202–3

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