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



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Brewer, J. S., 68:338

Brewer, Nadine, 91:201

Brewer, William M.: evaluation of J. Winston Coleman's Slavery Times in Kentucky, 103:694

Breyer, Stephen G.: and the Meredith case, 105:30

Brezhnev, Leonid Ilyich, 72:83

Brezing, Belle, Lexington, Ky., 90:64, 103:53; scrapbook collection of, 103:60–61

Brian, Denis: Pulitzer, A Life, reviewed, 100:382–83

Briar Creek (Jefferson County, Ky.): slaves and Joyce family murders, 102:357–82

Brices Crossroads, Miss., 72:300–301

Bridenbaugh, Carl: Jamestown, 1544–1699, reviewed, 79:181–83

Bridgeman, Annie, 93:203

Bridgeport, Ky., 72:126, 95:405

Bridgeport, Tenn., 77:162

Bridges, Peter: Pen of Fire: John Moncure Daniel, reviewed, 101:520–21

Bridgeville, Ala., 74:290, 293



Bridging Two Eras: The Autobiography of Emily Newell Blair, 1877–1951, edited by Virginia Jeans Laas: reviewed, 98:323–25

Brief History of Kentucky and Its Counties, by Lloyd G. Lee: noted, 80:480–81

Brief Picturesque History: United Methodist Churches of the Lexington District, Kentucky Conference: noted, 83:171

Brien, James, 99:342

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

Brierfield Plantation (Miss.): Jefferson Davis statues at, 107:144

Briggs, Asa: et al., A Dictionary of Twentieth Century World Biography, noted, 92:346

Briggs, Benjamin, 70:221

Briggs, John Channing: Lincoln's Speeches Reconsidered, reviewed, 104:157–59

Briggs, Susan: The Home Front: War Years in Britain, 1939–1945, reviewed, 74:351–54

Brigham, Jay: book reviews by, 101:366–68

Brigham, Robert K., 95:287, 289; ARVN: Life and Death in the South Vietnamese Army, reviewed, 105:362–63; book review by, 94:339–41; illus., 102:307, 331



Brigham Young and the Expanding American Frontier, by Newell G. Bringhurst: reviewed, 85:180–81

Bright, Jesse: and Garrett Davis, 110:378

Bright, Steve, 83:42–46, 49, 55–56, 58–59; illus., 102:304

Bright, William: Native American Place Names of the United States, noted, 103:845

Bright Pheobus (horse), 100:485

Bright Radical Star: Black Freedom & White Supremacy on the Hawkeye Frontier, by Robert R. Dykstra: noted, 92:345

Bright Shining City Set on a Hill, by James H. Taylor: noted, 86:312

Bright Shining Lie: John Paul Vann and America in Vietnam, A, by Neil Sheehan, 100:2

Brilliant (Union gunboat), 72:35

Brillon, Anne-Louise, 105:256

Briney, Melville O., 85:124

Bringhurst, Newell G.: Brigham Young and the Expanding American Frontier, reviewed, 85:180–81

Brinsmade, J. Chapin, 78:46

Brinson, Betsy: book review by, 101:113–15; and Kenneth H. Williams, "An Interview with Governor Ned Breathitt on Civil Rights: 'The most significant thing that I have ever had a part in'," 99:2, 5–51; oral history interviews with Thomas D. Clark, 103:283–84, 420

Brinton, Anne Y.: Kentucky Historical Society scholarly research fellow, 107:297

Brisbane, Arthur, 90:369

Brisbin, James, 69:125, 72:111–12, 115, 118, 120–22, 80:304–5

Briscoe, N. Butler, 105:437

Briscoe, Parmenas, 72:232, 78:302, 84:242, 251

Briss, W. W., 95:247

Bristol, Ralph, 78:34

Bristol, R. I., 69:38–39, 41–42, 62, 73:4, 5

Bristow, Benjamin H., 70:127, 84:345, 353, 357, 88:282; Federal occupation of Ky., 110:395–96, 401

Bristow, Frank L., 105:396; attorneys of, 105:401; confrontation with Elisha W. Green, 105:409–10; and George C. Lockhart's wedding, 105:406; and the Green v. Gould case, 105:384, 397, 399–402, 409, 414



Britain and America since Independence, by Howard Temperly: reviewed, 101:135–37

British and Foreign Society for the Abolition of Slavery Throughout the World, 72:331

"British and Kentucky, 1786, The," edited by Ged Martin, 73:288–90

British Foreign Service and the American Civil War, by Eugene H. Berwanger: reviewed, 93:230–31

British Maps of Colonial America, by William P. Cumming: reviewed, 73:87–88

British West Indies: and slavery, 107:190–91; trade issue, 107:560–64

Britt, Elmer, 93:459

Brittain, Vera, 95:52



Brittle Sword: The Kentucky Militia, 1776–1912, by Richard G. Stone Jr.: reviewed, 77:207–9

Britton, Earl, 97:434

Britton, J. B., 69:61

Britton, Julia, 98:1

Britton, Mary E., 89:156

Britz, Kevin: book review by, 104:333–35

Brizendine, Thomas, 93:64

Broadbent, Smith, 104:577

Broaddus, Andrew, 109:399; and civil rights in Louisville, Ky., 109:420

Broaddus, Andrew I: journal of, 71:393–425

Broaddus, Andrew III, 71:396

Broaddus, Andrew Jr., 71:394

Broaddus, Columbia, 71:394, 396

Broaddus, Edward, 71:407

Broaddus, Jane C., 71:396, 399

Broaddus, Thomas B., 71:398, 400, 402–3, 405–7, 409, 416, 419–20, 424–25

Broadhead, ——, 83:221

Broadus, Ella, 68:15

Broadus, John A., 78:30

Broadus, John Albert: and early Ky. roads, 68:4, 6–8

Broadwater, Jeff: Eisenhower and the Anti-Communist Crusade, reviewed, 91:113–14; George Mason: Forgotten Founder, reviewed, 105:290–91

Broadway Baptist Church (Louisville, Ky.), 74:114

Broadway Christian Church (Lexington, Ky.), 74:116, 92:72

Broadway Christian Church (Louisville, Ky.), 74:117

Broadway Methodist Episcopal Church (Paducah, Ky.), 96:257, 98:263

Broadway Street (Lexington, Ky.), 107:140; church on, 106:229

Broadway Street (Louisville, Ky.), 107:44, 46, 108:236, 109:301

Broadway Street (New York, N.Y.), 108:202

Broadway Street (Richmond, Ky.), 109:382

Brobston, Nicholas, 81:129

Brock, John: and public school reform, 109:60

Brock, William R.: Parties and Political Conscience: American Dilemmas, 1840–1850, reviewed, 78:274–76

Brockwell, Charles W. Jr.: book review by, 76:160–62

Broderson, A. B.: The Honest Miller of Simpson County, noted, 92:344–45

Brodhead, Ky., 68:114, 118, 121–22, 127–28

Brodhead, Michael J.: Isaac Parker: Federal Justice on the Frontier, reviewed, 102:121–22

Brodie, Fawn M.: Thomas Jefferson—An Intimate History, reviewed, 73:76, 77

Brodie, Janet Farrell: book review by, 100:112–15

Brodie, Maurice, 87:25, 27

Brokaw, Tom, 100:138, 104:107



Broke by the War: Letters of a Slave Trader, edited by Edmund L. Drago: reviewed, 90:400–402

Broken Covenant, The: American Civil Religion in Time of Trial, by Robert N. Bellah: reviewed, 76:261–62

Broken Glass: Caleb Cushing and the Shattering of the Union, by John M. Belohlavek: reviewed, 105:124–25

Broken Trusts: The Texas Attorney General Versus the Oil Industry, by Jonathan W. Singer: reviewed, 100:538–39

Brokered Justice: Race, Politics, and Mississippi Prisons, 1798–1992, by William Banks Taylor: reviewed, 92:342–43

Bromme, Traugott: observations on Ky., 94:59–66

Bronson, Charles, 69:63

Bronston, Charles J.: illus., 104:263; state capital relocation issue, 104:261–62

Brook, Cash, 69:248–49

Brooke, Francis, 68:139

Brooke, James V., 73:32, 38, 44–47; eulogy of Henry Clay, 106:538–39, 545, 551–52

Brooke, John: King George III, reviewed, 71:459–60

Brooke, Robert, 94:357, 106:500

Brooke, Walter, 73:41; eulogy of Henry Clay, 106:548

Brookes-Smith, Joan E.: Master Index, Virginia Surveys and Grants, 1774–1791, 84:248

Brook Farm: The Dark Side of Utopia, by Sterling F. Delano: reviewed, 103:787–89

Brook Hill, Va., 68:15

Brookhiser, Richard: Founding Father: Rediscovering George Washington, reviewed, 95:186–87

Brooklyn (New York, N.Y.), 72:421; community development in, 107:386



Brooklyn (N.Y.) Eagle: on Leo Durocher, 82:379

Brooklyn, Ky., 70:289–90

Brooklyn, N.Y., 68:35, 82, 335, 69:127, 142, 334, 110:270

Brooklyn Academy (New York, N.Y.), 110:45

Brooklyn Academy of Music (New York, N.Y.): John S. Rarey lecture at, 108:202, 204

Brooklyn Derby, 100:485

Brooklyn Dodgers, 96:284, 99:106, 113, 115–16, 118–19

Brooks, Bidge, 94:156

Brooks, Cleanth, 90:375; and Robert Penn Warren, 104:79, 82, 87

Brooks, Colin: book review by, 79:181–83

Brooks, David: illus., 107:358

Brooks, Ebenezer, 70:331; careers of, 80:267–80

Brooks, Eric: and the Jefferson Davis symposium, 107:238, 258

Brooks, George, 68:106, 108

Brooks, James, 73:42, 86:340; eulogy of Henry Clay, 106:548

Brooks, Jared, 71:54–55, 67, 84–85, 72:38–39, 41, 46

Brooks, J. N.: during Civil War, 108:43, 46, 48

Brooks, J. Polk, 94:268

Brooks, Lieutenant ——, 71:304

Brooks, Noah, 106:314

Brooks, Preston, 110:562

Brooks, Robert, 86:240

Brooks, S. Abijah, 94:169

Brooks, Samuel, 83:5, 16, 18

Brooks, Stewart, 96:9

Brooks, Thomas, 83:18

Brooks, William, 83:5, 18

Brooks, William ("Bill"), 97:405

Brooks, William Henry, 96:363

Brookside, Ky., 75:149–50, 107:471; coal strike in, 107:492–95, 500, 503

Brook Street (Louisville, Ky.), 106:52, 107:42; trolley of, 77:115

Brooksville, Ky., 69:336

Broome, John D.: book review by, 95:307–9

Brophy, Alfred L.: book reviews by, 104:714–16, 105:371–73, 489–91, 106:291–92, 107:125–28, 275–76, 443–45

Brossart, Ferdinand, 74:31, 34

Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen and Engineers, 98:286

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

Brothers of a Vow: Secret Fraternal Orders and the Transformation of White Male Culture in Antebellum Virginia, by Ami Pflugrad-Jackisch: reviewed, 109:94–96

Brothers to the Buffalo Soldiers: Perspectives on the African American Militia and Volunteers, 1865-1917, edited by Bruce A. Glasrud: noted, 109:277

Brother to Dragons, by Robert Penn Warren, 69:95, 104:90

"Brother Woodrow": A Memoir of Woodrow Wilson, by Stockton Axson: reviewed, 92:429–30

Brough, James: and Woody Stephens, Guess I'm Lucky: My Life in Horseracing, reviewed, 84:213

Broughton, Jack, 77:278

Broussard, Albert S., 104:612, 623; Black San Francisco: The Struggle for Racial Equality in the West, 1900–1954, reviewed, 92:110–12; book note by, 91:367–68; book reviews by, 83:280–82, 85:374–76, 86:389–91, 88:345–46, 89:112–13, 416–17, 91:115–16, 92:331–32; oral history roundtable discussion panelist, 104:609–42

Broussard, James H.: book review by, 72:403–4, 73:91–93

Broussart, Bishop, 86:130

Browder, Clifford: The Money Game in Old New York: Daniel Drew and His Times, noted, 84:341

Browder, Earl, 84:290, 299

Browder, George, 85:214, 220; Civil War diary of, 109:71, 110:463; opposition to emancipation, 106:581

Browder, Rufus, 89:355, 358

Browder, Wilbur F., 76:25, 28

Browder, William, 89:388

Brower, Charles, 96:262

Brower, Charles F.: book review by, 90:217–18

Brower, Laura, 96:262

Brown, Aaron, 97:5

Brown, A. Benson: Freedmen's Bureau in Jackson Purchase, 110:511

Brown, Ann Hart "Nancy," 100:438

Brown, Ann Hart ("Nancy"), 100:443

Brown, Annie Hord, 88:32, 103:475

Brown, Arthur, 68:5

Brown, Azariah, 72:235

Brown, Benjamin, 69:251–52

Brown, Benjamin Gratz, 76:317, 104:59

Brown, Birdie, 88:28, 42, 43

Brown, Bobby, 99:105

Brown, Carrie: Rosie's Mom: Forgotten Women Workers of the First World War, reviewed, 101:181–82

Brown, Catherine L.: compiler, The Urban South: A Bibliography, noted, 88:244

Brown, Charles Armitage: and the Keats family finances, 106:50–52

Brown, Charles H.: Agents of Manifest Destiny: The Lives and Times of the Filibusters, reviewed, 79:86–87

Brown, Daniel: slave of, 102:358, 365, 368

Brown, David E.: Inventing Modern America: From the Microwave to the Mouse, reviewed, 100:391–92

Brown, Dee: Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee, 71:203

Brown, Dora, 68:5

Brown, Dorothy Inman, 78:95

Brown, Dorothy M.: Mabel Walker Willebrandt: A Study of Power, Loyalty, and Law, noted, 83:386–87

Brown, Dr. ——, 73:180

Brown, Earl S., 108:326

Brown, Ed: and Jane Maguire, On Shares: Ed Brown's Story, reviewed, 75:165–67

Brown, Edmon Jr., 86:268

Brown, Elizabeth: and Robert Penn Warren, 104:92

Brown, E. O., 69:110

Brown, Eugene: J. William Fulbright: Advice and Dissent, noted, 86:101–2

Brown, Evelyn, 88:28

Brown, George, 88:255

Brown, George F. Jr., 95:152

Brown, George N., 93:409

Brown, Gerald S., 74:64

Brown, Harold, 90:154

Brown, Henry, 88:157

Brown, Henry B.: supports Preston Brown, 104:62–63

Brown, H. Templeton, 93:150

Brown, Humphrey & Davie (Louisville, Ky.), 70:109

Brown, Huntington: and Robert Penn Warren, 104:92

Brown, Jacob, 71:15; expedition against Pottawatamie Indians, 105:224–25

Brown, James, 69:191, 314, 317, 70:124, 71:82, 371, 375, 377, 379, 72:168, 231, 75:180, 76:272, 83:124, 100:434, 438, 443, 452, 475, 107:566

Brown, Jeffrey P.: and Andrew R. L. Cayton, eds., The Pursuit of Public Power: Political Culture in Ohio, 1787–1861, noted, 93:508; book review by, 106:94–95

Brown, Jere A., 110:541

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

Brown, Jim: Impact Zone: The Battle of the DMZ in Vietnam, 1967–68, reviewed, 102:449–52

Brown, Jim (Cleveland Browns): in Louisville, Ky., 109:406

Brown, Joe O.: and the U.S. Marine Corps Reserve, 110:152

Brown, John (1757-1837), 69:92, 161, 191, 313–17, 70:109, 111–12, 114–15, 117, 119–20, 226, 313, 315–16, 71:73–76, 154, 376–77, 387–88, 75:180, 76:100, 102, 77:194, 199, 78:98, 110–13, 83:15, 18, 84:10, 12, 100:332, 345–46, 438, 103:475, 104:59, 105:658

Brown, John (abolitionist), 69:334–35, 338, 365, 71:232, 255, 442–43, 72:96, 74:206, 209, 248, 83:238, 92:377, 106:534; Harpers Ferry raid, 101:97, 103:666, 106:389, 404, 422; manuscript of, 103:59; raid on Harpers Ferry, 110:307–8, 320; and Robert Penn Warren, 104:81; and the Underground Railroad, 106:530

Brown, John (father of John Brown, 1757-1837), 69:313, 70:315

Brown, John H., 73:224, 81:346

Brown, John Henry, 71:101

Brown, John (Jack): book review by, 109:230–32

Brown, John Mason, 104:59; illus., 104:65; portrayal of Daniel Boone in Daniel Boone: The Opening of the Wilderness, 102:521; relationship with Theodore Roosevelt, 104:64–66

Brown, John Mason (son of Mason Brown): controversy with Thomas Marshall Green, 70:109–19

Brown, John (settler), 72:231

Brown, John Sloan: Draftee Division: The 88th Infantry Division in World War II, reviewed, 85:277–78

Brown, John (student), 82:213; and Roman Catholicism, 97:347–48, 369, 372

Brown, John Will ("Scoop"): basketball official rating of, 109:447; and black women basketball officials, 109:450; and Brenda Hughes, 109:441, 444–45, 456

Brown, John Y. Jr. (1933- ), 75:327, 83:134, 88:26, 90:88, 99:32, 45, 213, 218, 219, 220, 257, 264, 266, 102:70, 74; appoints women to office, 99:278; biographical sketch of, 78:95–97; and public school reform, 109:34, 40, 49; and school desegregation, 109:327, 349; Thomas D. Clark commentary on, 103:362–63

Brown, John Young (1837-1904), 74:46, 47, 75:114, 245, 76:287, 78:230, 238, 326–27, 339, 81:49, 278, 88:26, 104:270; Ky. Historical Society, 101:15–16; and separate coach law, 98:245–46, 249

Brown, John Y. Sr. (1900-1985), 78:95, 79:352, 80:328, 84:41, 64, 417, 419, 85:149, 90:262, 93:143, 98:245–46, 249, 99:45, 46, 104:408, 443–44, 453; 1946 Democratic senatorial primary, 104:511–12, 531–32; 1946 senatorial campaign, 104:511–12; Breathitt administration, 104:594; Edward F. Prichard's evaluation of, 104:445

Brown, Joseph E., 79:220–22; opposition to Jefferson Davis, 107:199–200

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

Brown, Joshua: Beyond the Lines: Pictorial Reporting, Everyday Life, and the Crisis of Gilded Age America, reviewed, 101:358–59

Brown, Kathleen M.: Good Wives, Nasty Wenches, and Anxious Patriarchs: Gender, Race, and Power in Colonial Virginia, reviewed, 95:309–10

Brown, Kent Masterson: book review by, 80:236–38; Cushing of Gettysburg: The Story of a Union Artillery Commander, reviewed, 92:425–26; ed., One of Morgan's Men: Memoirs of Lieutenant John M. Porter of the Ninth Kentucky Cavalry, reviewed, 109:467–69; ed., The Civil War in Kentucky: Battle for the Bluegrass State, 110:234; ed., The Civil War in Kentucky: Battle for the Bluegrass State, reviewed, 99:394–96; "Munfordville: The Campaign and Battle Along Kentucky's Strategic Axis," 97:247–85; Retreat from Gettysburg: Lee, Logistics, and the Pennsylvania Campaign, reviewed, 104:722–23

Brown, Larry: Thomas D. Clark letter to, 103:206–7

Brown, Lee, 110:544

Brown, Leland, 78:217

Brown, Margaretta, 71:81

Brown, Martin, 104:573

Brown, Mary Watts, 103:475

Brown, Mason, 70:109, 89:242, 97:167, 104:59

Brown, Meredith Mason: article by, 104:1; Distinguished Writing Award, 105:2; Frontiersman: Daniel Boone and the Making of America, reviewed, 107:263–64; "Killing in the Philippines, 1900: A Kentuckian Faces Insurgency and Military Justice," 104:43–76

Brown, Mrs. John Sr., 69:313

Brown, Neil, 101:90

Brown, Orlando, 70:6, 7, 71:154, 72:313, 75:17, 97:162, 389, 390; home of, 103:475; illus., 101:9; Ky. Historical Society, 101:7

Brown, Orlando Jr.: Twenty-second Kentucky Union Infantry Regiment, 105:658

Brown, Paul, 79:54

Brown, Phyllis George, 78:97, 99:218

Brown, Preston, 69:191; complaint about, 104:52–54; court-martial of, 104:53–58, 67–71; family connections of, 104:59; illus., 104:45, 75; and the Philippine War, 104:43–76; sentence of commuted, 104:71–72; support for, 104:59–66

Brown, Preston W., 76:102, 104, 97:169

Brown, Richard C.: book note by, 94:106–7; book reviews by, 92:310–11, 95:93–94, 427–29, 98:103–4, 99:74–75; A History of Danville and Boyle County, Kentucky, 1774–1992, reviewed, 90:284–85; The Presbyterians: Two Hundred Years in Danville, 1784–1974, reviewed, 82:394–96; "The Free Blacks of Boyle County, Kentucky, 1850–1860: A Research Note," 87:426–38

Brown, Richard D.: The Strength of a People: The Idea of an Informed Citizenry in America, 1650-1870, reviewed, 94:432–34

Brown, Richard M.: Thomas D. Clark letter to, 103:308–9

Brown, Robert A.: investigation of Preston Brown, 104:52–53, 56

Brown, Robert E.: Carl Becker on History and the American Revolution, reviewed, 69:179–80

Brown, Samuel, 69:191, 316, 73:376, 87:107, 97:169

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

Brown, Samuel T., 81:244–45

Brown, Susan, 69:387

Brown, Theodore, 68:1, 5

Brown, Thomas, 72:285

Brown, Thomas J.: book review by, 109:252–53; ed., Remixing the Civil War: Meditations on the Sesquicentennial, reviewed, 110:604–7; and memorial to John C. Calhoun, 102:391; "The Roots of Bluegrass Insurgency: An Analysis of the Populist Movement in Kentucky," 78:219–42

Brown, V. A., 110:527–28

Brown, Wallace, 72:183, 75:162, 87:152

Brown, William, 68:102, 107, 109–11, 121, 71:54, 78:116, 88:410

Brown, William Dodd: book note by, 89:332; book reviews by, 95:182–83, 98:236–37; "Dangerous Situation, Delayed Response: Col. John Bowman and the Kentucky Expedition of 1777," 97:137–57; ed., "A Visit to Boonesborough in 1779: The Recollections of Pioneer George M. Bedinger," 86:315–29; ed., "The Capture of Daniel Boone's Saltmakers: Fresh Perspectives from Primary Sources," 83:1–18

Brown, William S., 96:240

Brown, Yoder, 88:157

Browne, Francis Fisher: Every-Day Life of Abraham Lincoln, noted, 94:107–8

Browne, Henry R., 69:394–95

Browne, Jefferson B.: Key West The Old and the New, reviewed, 72:70–71

Browne, Robert, 74:341

Browne, Symmes E., 69:394–95

Brownell, Blaine A.: book review by, 84:334–35

Brownell, Thomas Church, 69:52

Brown family, 69:287; prominence in Kentucky, 104:43; and Theodore Roosevelt, 104:43

Brown-Forman (Louisville, Ky.), 101:1; buys Labrot & Graham Distillery, 103:469

Brown Hotel (Louisville, Ky.): civil rights protests at, 109:415; Queen Marie of Romania at, 105:421

Browning, C. S., 100:297

Browning, Judkin: book reviews by, 107:602–5, 108:114; Shifting Loyalties: The Union Occupation of Eastern North Carolina, reviewed, 109:490–92, 110:559, 568–69, 572

Browning, Mae, 100:322

Browning, Mary: portrayal of Daniel Boone in Adventures in Pioneering, 102:524

Browning, Mary C., 80:79

Browning, Mary Carmel: Think Big, reviewed, 69:174–75

Browning, Orville H., 69:374, 106:438; and Abraham Lincoln's First Inaugural, 106:427; illus., 106:426; and Mary Todd Lincoln, 109:195; and slave confiscation, 110:382–83

Browning, Reed and Ziegler (Maysville, Ky.), 70:130

Browning, Tom ("uncle"), 70:210

Brownlee, Richard S.: Gray Ghosts of the Confederacy: Guerrilla Warfare in the West, 1861–1865, noted, 83:172

Brownlow, James P., 71:438

Brownlow, William G., 110:475, 477

Brownsboro, Ky,: road to from Louisville, Ky., 107:33–34, 58

Brownsboro Road (Louisville, Ky.), 107:33–34, 58

Browns Valley (Ky.), 69:175

Brownsville, Ky., 68:213, 93:456

Brownsville, Tenn.: George A. Ellsworth in, 108:10, 18

Brownsville, Texas: Edward Francis letters from, 101:471–76

Brown Temple AMEZ Church: Louisville, Ky., 110:548–49

Brown Theater (Louisville, Ky.): civil rights protests at, 109:362, 371, 374, 400–401, 412–15, 429

Brown University (Providence, R.I.), 69:41, 71, 164, 88:179, 95:287, 290, 302, 303

Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka, Kansas (1954), 84:415, 91:74, 99:16, 17, 18, 116, 101:237, 243–45, 251–52, 254–55, 257, 262, 271, 104:220, 232, 243, 448, 105:4, 107:229, 363, 109:346–47, 361–62

Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka, Kansas (1954), 110:547

Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka, Kansas (1954): integration of, 101:244; Louisville and Jefferson County school desegregation cases, 105:1; refinement of, 101:247–48; Thomas D. Clark commentary on, 103:242

Bruce, Barbour, 68:8

Bruce, Benjamin G., 100:476

Bruce, Dickson D. Jr., 94:131; Archibald Grimke: Portrait of a Black Independent, reviewed, 92:222–24; book review by, 107:452–53; Kentucky Tragedy, The: A Story of Conflict and Change in Antebellum America, reviewed, 105:93–94

Bruce, Eli Metcalfe, 79:20

Bruce, Elizabeth Helm, 99:56

Bruce, Helen, 68:8

Bruce, Helm Jr., 81:31; land development by, 107:55, 58

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