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



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Butler, Edward Mann, 81:72–73

Butler, Elizabeth, 84:112

Butler, Joseph, 69:56

Butler, Kizzy (Hawkins), 92:138

Butler, Leslie: Critical Americans: Victorian Intellectuals and Transatlantic Liberal Reform, reviewed, 105:725–27

Butler, Linda: and June Sprigg, Inner Light; The Shaker Legacy, noted, 83:385

Butler, Mann, 68:287, 86:5, 106–8, 110, 112–14, 116–17, 106:59; A History of the Commonwealth of Kentucky, 70:113, 71:470, 72:430, 73:84; A History of the Commonwealth of Kentucky, reviewed, 68:180–84; Ky. Historical Society, 101:10; Thomas D. Clark commentary on, 103:343–44

Butler, Marguerite, 85:237, 238, 247, 251, 255, 90:85

Butler, Marshall, 100:136

Butler, Nicholas Murray, 88:450

Butler, Noble, 84:110, 115–16, 139, 141

Butler, Percival, 76:269

Butler, Pierce, 70:35, 104:474; relationship with Felix Frankfurter, 104:465

Butler, Samuel, 79:311

Butler, Susan: ed., My Dear Mr. Stalin: The Complete Correspondence between Franklin D. Roosevelt and Joseph V. Stalin, reviewed, 104:355–57

Butler, Thomas Langford, 76:268–69

Butler, Wendell P., 69:87, 84:401, 414, 99:266; Combs administration, 104:577

Butler, W. F., 91:416

Butler, William, 70:35

Butler, William F., 72:117

Butler, William Hopkins Gregg, 84:107–45, 91:383; murder of, 81:144–47

Butler, William O., 70:226, 75:239, 76:269, 88:264, 266, 90:333, 334, 340; during Mexican War, 106:25, 36

Butler Act (1925), 74:119

Butler County, Ky., 70:297, 305, 94:285; and public school reform, 109:56

Butler County, Ohio, 94:269, 289; members of Ky. Regiment from, 105:572

Butler County, Pa., 110:41

Butler High School (Louisville, Ky.): Kentucky Girls' High School State Basketball Tournament, 109:459

But One Race: The Life of Robert Purvis, by Margaret Hope Bacon: reviewed, 105:493–94

Butor, Michel, 90:44



But There Was No Peace: The Role of Violence in the Politics of Reconstruction, by George C. Rable: reviewed, 83:159–60

Button, Bill, 96:2

Buttre, J. C.: engraving of, 106:205

Buxton, Coburn Allen Sr.: John Allen Armstrong: Man of His Day, reviewed, 73:428–29

Buzzard (horse): Henry Clay buys, 100:476–77; illus., 100:476

Buzzell About Kentuck: Settling the Promised Land, edited by Craig Thompson Friend: reviewed, 98:297–98

Byars, Don W.: and Brenda Hughes, 109:449–50

Byars, Lauretta F.: book review by, 92:332–34; "Lexington's Colored Orphan Industrial Home, 1892-1913," 89:147–78

Bynum, Victoria E.: Unruly Women: The Politics of Social and Sexual Control in the Old South, reviewed, 91:216–17

Byrd, Alexander X.: book review by, 105:316–17

Byrd, Carl B., 100:158

Byrd, C. T., 98:64

Byrd, Francis Otway, 90:138

Byrd, Harry, 70:326, 104:442

Byrd, Harry C., 84:70

Byrd, Harry F., 80:313, 326, 84:172–73, 85:148, 149

Byrd, James: murder of, 102:384

Byrd, Robert, 107:382

Byrd, William, 69:244, 71:207, 75:248, 90:119–20

Byrn, James, 83:223, 225

Byrne, Edward P., 97:172, 176

Byrne, Frank J.: Becoming Bourgeois: Merchant Culture in the South, 1820-1865, reviewed, 105:297–98

Byrne, Frank L.: and Andrew T. Weaver, eds., Haskell of Gettysburg: His Life and Civil War Papers, noted, 88:118; book reviews by, 82:408–9, 85:162–63, 92:325–26

Byrne, Jeb: Out in Front: Preparing the Way for JFK and LBJ, noted, 107:636

Byrne, William: death of, 108:226; at Saint Mary's Seminary, 108:218–21, 223, 228; slaves of, 108:227, 235

Byrnes, Edward H., 72:300

Byrnes, James F., 82:361, 104:450, 491, 493–94, 497, 503; and the War Production Board, 104:495–96

Byrnes family, 68:224

Byron, George Gordon (Lord Byron), 70:90, 71:394, 396, 100:48; portrayal of Daniel Boone in Don Juan, 102:499



By Southern Hands: A Celebration of Craft Traditions in the South, by Jan Arnow: noted, 86:313
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Cabanatuan, Philippines, 86:256–58

Cabbage Patch (Louisville, Ky.), 78:41

Cabbell, Edward J.: and William H. Turner, eds., Blacks in Appalachia, reviewed, 84:316–17

Cabell, ——, 83:216

Cabell, Edmund, 95:126

Cabell, James Branch, 75:248

Cabell, Mary, 92:6

Cabell's Dale Farm (Fayette County, Ky.), 72:207–8, 80:374; and John Breckinridge, 105:48–49

Cabildo (New Orleans, La.), 103:502



Cabin, Quarter, Plantation: Architecture and Landscapes of North American Slavery, edited by Clifton Ellis and Rebecca Ginsburg: reviewed, 108:402–4

Cabin Creek, Ky., 69:227, 229

Cabinet for Families and Children (Frankfort, Ky.), 99:279

Cabinet for Health Services (Frankfort, Ky.), 99:279

Cable, George W., 72:134, 138, 96:43, 98:11

Cable, George Washington: lectures in Louisville, 72:134–42



Caborn-Wellborn: Constructing a New Society after the Angel Chiefdom, by David Pollack: reviewed, 102:567–69

Cacciapaglia, Marianna: correspondence with George Chescheir, 105:450

Cache River (Ill.), 69:239, 255, 270–71

Caddoan Indians, 92:162, 165



Cadillac Story, The: The Postwar Years, by Thomas E. Bonsall: reviewed, 102:141–43

Cadiz, Ky., 99:348, 100:153

Cadwalader, Lambert, 71:461, 74:273

Cadwallader, Sylvanus, 81:376; with Grant at Vicksburg, Miss., 103:632, 637, 646–47

Cady, J. Cleaveland: and Berea College, 110:45–47

Cady and Gregory Architects (New York, N.Y.), 110:45

Caffrey, Margaret M.: book reviews by, 91:100–101, 94:317–18

Cagney, James, 98:426

Cahaba River (Ala.), 74:290, 292

Cahalan, Donald, 92:179

Cahill, Edward, 72:375

Cahill, William P.: and the U.S. Marine Corps Reserve, 110:153

Cahn, Susan K., 109:178–79, 442, 444, 450–51; Sexual Reckonings: Southern Girls in a Troubling Age, reviewed, 105:524–26

Cahokia, Ill., 68:261, 346, 69:243, 258, 71:135, 81:9, 92:155; George Rogers Clark's campaign against, 106:347

Cahokia Mounds State Park (Ill.), 72:73

Caiden, Martin: The Saga of Iron Annie, noted, 80:365

Cain, John: and the Underground Railroad, 109:322

Cain, William E.: book review by, 105:94–96

Caine, Philip D.: Aircraft Down! Evading Capture in WW II Europe, noted, 96:116–17; book review by, 99:425–27

Caines, Dianne H.: and the Kentucky High School Athletic Association, 109:443



Cairo (Union ironclad), 74:189

Cairo, Egypt: John S. Rarey in, 108:202; visited by Jesse Stuart, 75:264, 266–67

Cairo, Ill., 68:311–14, 316–17, 69:17, 19–20, 245, 70:255, 260–66, 268–70, 71:52–56, 127–28, 437, 72:30, 372, 73:17–21, 23, 29, 74:1–4, 6, 183–85, 189, 190, 75:23–24, 76:39, 42, 99:341–42, 346, 352; during Civil War, 110:352, 354; closure of Mississippi River at, 103:630; girls' basketball in, 109:162–63

Cairo Egyptians: girls' basketball team, 109:162–63

Caise, Helen Car: Lexington, Ky., school integration, 101:245

Cajans: Ala. triracial isolate group, 102:212; La. triracial isolate group, 102:212; Miss.triracial isolate group, 102:212

Cakes and Ale Club (Lexington, Ky.), 103:51

Calais, Ky., 72:340



Calamity Jane: The Woman and the Legend, by James D. McLaird: reviewed, 104:333–35

Calaway, Cajah, 83:6

Calaway, Connie, 71:299

Caldas, Stephen J.: and Carl L. Bankston III, A Troubled Dream: The Promise and Failure of School Desegregation in Louisiana, reviewed, 100:257–60

Caldwell, ——, 92:136

Caldwell, A. F., 88:14

Caldwell, Charles, 79:314, 319–20, 81:59, 74; political career of, 110:537

Caldwell, David: Guilford Academy, N.C., 102:28

Caldwell, David (Livingston County, Ky.), 80:399, 401

Caldwell, Erskine, 70:328; Deep South: Memory and Observation, noted, 79:302–3; Tobacco Road, 108:330–31

Caldwell, George, 69:269–70

Caldwell, George A., 84:118, 124

Caldwell, Isaac: Ky. Historical Society keynote speaker, 101:14

Caldwell, John C., 70:9, 247–48

Caldwell, Karen K., 99:282

Caldwell, Ken: illus., 100:137

Caldwell, Mary, 68:15

Caldwell, Samuel, 78:120, 80:396

Caldwell, William, 90:68, 91:252

Caldwell College: and girls' basketball, 109:160–61; see also Centre College

Caldwell County, Ky., 69:270, 71:347, 78:121, 90:181, 99:346, 352, 355; free African Americans in, 109:299; iron industry, 79:328; tax records of, 80:393, 396, 401–2; voting in Eddyville Precinct, 79:326–32

Calendar Club (Bowling Green, Ky.), 69:33

Calf Branch (Ky.), 78:200

Calhoun, Charles W.: book reviews by, 87:76–77, 92:426–28; Gilded Age Cato: The Life of Walter Q. Gresham, noted, 86:314

Calhoun, Esther, 69:265

Calhoun, John C., 68:132–40, 143, 69:73, 99, 265, 72:182, 73:124, 359, 374, 74:53–57, 214, 75:205, 76:142, 77:80, 78:3, 79:11, 81:170–72, 82:20–21, 85:2, 4, 6, 23, 89:34, 91:263, 94:356, 100:426, 451, 465, 101:414, 106:379, 110:442, 445; and Abraham Lincoln, 106:483; and the annexation of Texas, 107:570; family of, 100:442; and Henry Clay, 100:453, 458; illus., 106:497, 107:152; Joseph Holt's description of, 106:388; memorial to, 102:391; and nullification, 100:455–57; and slavery, 107:151–53

Calhoun, Ky., 70:306, 75:81, 85, 88, 90, 100:142, 102:42, 43, 48; Federal occupation of, 110:333–34; and Gene Wheeler, 102:41, 44, 55, 62, 66

Calhoun, Robert, 72:183

Calhoun County, Ala., 74:294

Calhoun family: migration of, 102:464–65

Calhoun Methodist Church (Calhoun, Ky.), 102:66

Califano, Joseph A. Jr., 99:43

California, 69:1, 8–12, 15, 87, 70:86, 232, 330, 71:324, 72:346, 409, 88:73, 95:237, 100:464, 107:148; acquisition of, 107:551, 571–72; African American legislators in, 110:554–55; and Eliza H. Yocum, 110:41; gold rush, 110:541; migration of Howard Samuel Fee to, 105:621, 631–32; and public school reform, 109:28; reported destination of López expedition, 105:585, 601; Robert Charles O'Hara Benjamin in, 109:285; and treatment of tuberculosis, 105:635

California neighborhood (Louisville, Ky.), 78:41, 109:330; development of, 107:52



California Rising: The Life and Times of Pat Brown, by Ethan Rarick: reviewed, 104:375–76

Calk, William, 68:95, 97, 101–2, 104, 106, 110, 112, 115, 72:397, 100:498; diary, illus., 103:145

Call, Barbara: basketball official rating of, 109:447

Callahan, Allen Dwight: Talking Book, The: African Americans and the Bible, reviewed, 105:115–17

Callahan, Edith, 92:178, 196

Callahan, James M., 68:171–72

Callahan, Patrick Henry, 89:200–202, 96:299, 301, 304; and profit sharing in Louisville, Ky., 78:140–56; and Prohibition, 92:175–99

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

Callahan, Robert, 92:178

Callaway, Betsy: illus., 102:531

Callaway, Chesley, 97:157

Callaway, Edmund: surveys with Daniel Boone, 102:542

Callaway, Elizabeth: rescue, 101:7

Callaway, Fanny: illus., 102:531

Callaway, Flanders, 83:18

Callaway, Frances: rescue, 101:7

Callaway, Jack, 107:12–13

Callaway, James, 83:5–6, 10–12, 17, 97:157

Callaway, Micajah, 83:4–5, 10, 17

Callaway, Richard, 74:152, 83:10, 86:319, 88:391, 95:122, 97:144, 153, 155, 100:502, 102:469

Calles, Plutarco Elias, 72:78

Calley, William, 84:204

Callihan, Brady, 68:229–30

Callihan, Charlie, 68:229

Callihan, George, 68:229

Callihan, Jack, 68:229

Callihan's Curve (Greenup County, Ky.), 70:50–51, 56

Callot, Victor, 69:262

Calloway, ——, 86:327

Calloway, Colin G.: book review by, 108:149–50; One Vast Winter Count: The Native American West before Lewis and Clark, reviewed, 101:501–3; and Richard A. Sattler, and Jay Miller, comps., Writings in Indian History, 1985-1990, noted, 94:222–23

Calloway, Micajah, 97:157

Calloway County, Ky., 73:20, 98:246, 99:341, 355; Freedmen's Bureau in, 110:518, 526; and the Jackson Purchase, 110:504; Mormons in, 105:230, 232; and whipping issue, 100:8, 15, 20, 22–25



Call to Arms: A Collection of Fascinating Stories, Events, Personalities, and Facts about Kentucky's Military History, by Larry L. Arnett: noted, 94:451

Calmes, Marquis, 69:204

Caloway, ——, 88:187

Calumet Farm (Lexington, Ky.), 100:494



Calumet Region, The: Indiana's Last Frontier, by Powell A. Moore: reviewed, 76:324–26

Calvary Baptist Church (Louisville, Ky.), 109:311

Calvary Episcopal Church (Louisville, Ky.), 98:173

Calvert, Charles B.: and Denton Offutt, 108:196

Calvert, Gerry, 84:71

Calvert, Jane E.: book review by, 107:270–72

Calvert, Thomas C., 68:193

Calvin, John, 69:78, 72:218

Calvinism, 69:78, 231, 72:317, 324, 91:22; and Ky. Baptists, 110:5, 11–12, 26–27

Camargo, Mexico, 95:267; during Mexican War, 106:17, 19, 20, 22, 27, 38

Cambodia: invasion of, 83:36, 40–42, 45–46, 51; U.S. invasion of, 102:292, 301, 351

Cambridge, Mass., 69:49, 73:87, 93:181



Cambridge Dictionary of American Biography, edited by John S. Bowman: noted, 93:512

Cambron, Henry, 68:253

Camden, Johnson N., 77:291, 95:33

Camden, Mrs. Johnson N., 72:263

Camden District, S.C., 69:265

Cameron, Simon, 72:105, 365, 73:272, 80:293–94, 106:373

Cameron family, 68:226, 264

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

Caminita, Ludwig Jr., 76:127

Cammack, ——, 69:317–18

Cammack, James W., 81:45, 53–55, 84:27, 30

Camp, ——, 69:258

Camp, James B., 78:30, 36–37

Camp, Thomas S., 95:10

Camp, Walter, 97:413

"Campaign Speaking of A. B. Chandler," by Stephen O. Boyd, 79:227–39

Camp Alva, Okla., 100:158

Camp Andy Johnson, Tenn., 73:396, 403, 408, 411

Campanella, Roy, 82:386

Camp Atterbury, Ind., 110:86; POWs at, 105:437

Campbell, ——, 68:335, 337

Campbell, Alexander, 69:75–76, 227, 70:100, 71:394, 73:356, 74:107, 336, 85:316, 317

Campbell, Anne: See Ritchie, Anne G.

Campbell, Anne G.: "Mary Breckinridge and the American Committee for Devastated France: The Foundations of the Frontier Nursing Service," 82:257–75

Campbell, Archibald, 75:128

Campbell, Arthur, 71:376, 72:235, 76:280, 80:267, 270–71, 276–78, 83:205, 211, 214, 216–17, 97:143

Campbell, D'Ann: book reviews by, 79:89–91, 80:331–34, 83:275–77, 89:113–14; Women at War with America: Private Lives in a Patriotic Era, reviewed, 84:228–29

Campbell, David, 80:269, 276, 280

Campbell, David R.: and Edgar F. Raines Jr., The Army and the Joint Chiefs of Staff: Evolution of Army Ideas on the Command, Control, and Coordination of the U.S. Armed Forces, 1942–1985, noted, 85:393–94

Campbell, Douglas, 99:137

Campbell, Duncan Robertson: and the secession issue, 110:278–80

Campbell, Edward D. C., 98:369, 375; book reviews by, 84:229–331, 86:300–302, 88:458–59, 90:317–18; ed., Before Freedom Came: African-American Life in the Antebellum South, reviewed, 90:295–96; "Shadows and Reflections: The Farm Security Administration and Documentary Photography in Kentucky," 85:291–307

Campbell, Edward D. C. Jr.: The Celluloid South: Hollywood and the Southern Myth, reviewed, 81:108–9

Campbell, Frank, 87:23

Campbell, Gavin James: book reviews by, 102:253–55, 110:93–94; Music and the Making of a New South, reviewed, 102:255–56

Campbell, Hugh, 110:410–11

Campbell, Isabella (Mrs. John Poage), 100:335, 338, 341

Campbell, Isom: illus., 107:358

Campbell, James, 99:351–52

Campbell, James R., 98:46

Campbell, Jim Tom, 98:283

Campbell, J. Nathan: book review by, 98:110–12

Campbell, John, 70:331, 71:135, 78:300, 103:496; land at Falls of the Ohio, 107:39, 46

Campbell, John A., 106:603–4

Campbell, John C., 85:257, 93:201

Campbell, John Poage, 100:335, 338, 342

Campbell, Marie, 73:72

Campbell, Nancy D.: J. P. Olsen and Luke Walden, Narcotic Farm, The, The Rise and Fall of America's First Prison for Drug Addicts, reviewed, 107:86–88

Campbell, Olive Dame, 93:180, 201, 203

Campbell, Penelope, 75:92–94

Campbell, Randolph B.: book reviews by, 86:186–87, 87:449–50, 91:343–45, 107:419–20; An Empire for Slavery: The Peculiar Institution in Texas, 1821–1865, reviewed, 88:474–75

Campbell, Robert, 76:274; book review by, 101:523–24

Campbell, R. T., 76:274

Campbell, Tracy A., 90:377–79, 97:92; biography of Edward F. Prichard, 104:392–93, 397; book reviews by, 89:418–19, 100:549–51, 106:126–27; Deliver the Vote: A History of Election Fraud, An American Political Tradition, 1742–2004, reviewed, 104:783–85; "'Hard Times' and Insurgent Politics: Origins of the Black Patch War, 1875–1904," 89:377–99; Politics of Despair: Power and Resistance in the Tobacco Wars, reviewed, 92:305–9; Short of the Glory: The Fall and Redemption of Edward F. Prichard Jr., reviewed, 96:385–86

Campbell, Walter E.: Across Fortune's Tracks: A Biography of William Rand Kenan Jr., reviewed, 95:110–11

Campbell, William, 72:236, 83:207–8, 91:255, 259

Campbell, William P., 77:12

Campbell Canning Company (Indianapolis, Ind.), 94:267



Campbell County, Kentucky: 200 Years, 1794-1994, by the Campbell County Historical and Genealogical Society : noted, 96:236–37

Campbell County, Ky., 69:129, 132–33, 135, 79:214, 90:332, 100:14; corruption and reform efforts in, 98:343–65; courthouses in, 70:335; Democratic Party in, 104:518–19; historical society of, 98:343; members of Ky. Regiment from, 105:572, 588; Negro State Convention representation, 98:166

Campbell County Historical and Genealogical Society: Campbell County, Kentucky: 200 Years, 1794–1994, noted, 92:236–37

Campbell's Enlargement (Louisville, Ky.), 107:46

Campbellsville, Ky., 72:25, 27–28, 30–32, 75:129, 100:9, 12, 19

Campbellsville University: A Centennial Portrait, by Robert B. Clark: noted, 104:808

Camp Boone, Clarksville, Tenn., 68:176, 94:139, 141, 110:452

Camp Boone, Tenn., 69:340

Camp Breckinridge, Ky.: German POWs at, 100:140–65

Camp Campbell, Ky., 96:292; German POWs at, 100:140–65

Camp Carson, Col., 96:278, 280

Camp Chase, Columbus, Ohio, 94:143, 145, 148–49, 151, 103:529, 110:337, 340

Camp Crossville, Tenn.: POWs at, 105:440–41

Camp Dennison, Ohio, 71:185

Camp Dick Robinson, Ky., 71:296, 73:25, 331, 333, 74:287, 84:347, 92:349, 357, 108:57

Camp Douglas, Ill., 94:151, 108:92; Confederate conspiracies and George A. Ellsworth, 108:14, 94–107

Camp Eminence, Ky., 100:145

Camp George D. Prentice, Ky.: John T. Harrington enrolled at, 105:657

Camp George H. Thomas, Ga., 89:288–89, 292–93, 296–99

Camp Gilbert, Ind., 73:182

Camp Gordon, Ga.: branch POW camps of, 105:446

Camp Gordon Johnston, Fla.: First Italian Harbor Craft Company, 105:439

Camp Grant, Ill., 100:158

Camp H. C. Corbin, Ky., 98:54–55, 62–63, 67

Camp Indianola, Neb., 100:159

Camp Jackson (St. Louis, Mo.), 70:80

Camp Kearney, R.I., 100:162

Camp Kilmer, N.J., 96:276, 280, 290

Camp Las Cruces, N. Mex.: POWs at, 105:440–43

Camp Lejeune, N.C.: U.S. Marine Corps Reserve training at, 110:143, 150–53, 161

Camplin, Paul: A New History of Muhlenberg County, reviewed, 83:270–72

Camp Lucky Strike, France, 96:289

Camp Mackall, N.C., 102:46; triracial isolate group, 102:48

Camp Maxey, Texas: Charles P. Roland's training at, 101:87–88, 90

Camp McKay, Mass.: POWs at, 105:437

Camp Merriwether, Ky., 95:249

Camp Monroeville, Ohio, 73:171, 173, 178, 304

Camp Morton, Ind., 94:151

Camp Nelson, Kentucky: A Civil War History, by Richard D. Sears, 110:234; reviewed, 101:110–12

Camp Nelson, Ky., 68:84, 72:112, 384, 388, 73:331–32, 84:347–48, 101:462, 110:166; African Americans at, 85:29–45, 110:314, 465, 494, 509; Ariel Academy, 105:621, 630–32, 634; conditions at, 105:626–27; Edward Francis training at, 101:457, 460; illus., 106:599; refugee school at, illus., 105:627; Soldier's Home at, 101:461; work of John G. and Burritt Hamilton Fee at, 105:626–28, 641

Camp Nevin, Ky., 69:341

Camp O'Donnell, Philippines, 86:251, 255, 256

Camp Offutt, Ky., 90:115

Camp Owsley, Ky., 95:249; Second Kentucky Infantry at, 106:11

Camp Papago Park, Ariz.: POW escape from, 105:443; POWs at, 105:440–41

Camp Pendleton, Calif., 110:150–53; U.S. Marine Corps Reserve training at, 110:144

Camp Polk, La., 86:236

Camp Rousseau, Ky.: during Civil War, 110:336

Camp Ruston, La., 100:159

Camp San Luis Obispo, Calif., 96:290

Campsbellville, Ky.: free African Americans in, 109:300

Camp Shelby, Miss.: Thirty-eighth Infantry Division at, 105:424

Camp Shenango, Penn.: Carl Dee Perguson Jr. training at, 101:307

Camp Shipp, Ala., 98:69–70, 73, 75–76

Camp Silas F. Miller (Owensboro, Ky.), 77:3

Camp Stewart, Ga.: POW camp, 105:446

Camp Swigert, Ky.: Twenty-second Kentucky Union Infantry Regiment at, 105:660

Camp Taylor, Ky., 82:157; during World War I, 99:148, 104:684



Campus Life: Undergraduate Cultures from the End of the Eighteenth Century to the Present, by Helen Lefkowitz Horowitz: noted, 87:95–96

Campus Wars: The Peace Movement at American State Universities in the Vietnam Era, by Kenneth J. Heineman: noted, 93:130–31

Camp Van Dorn, Miss.: Charles P. Roland's training at, 101:82–87, 90

Camp Wheeler, Ga.: Carl Dee Perguson Jr. training at, 101:300; Charles P. Roland's training at, 101:77–80; POW camp, 105:446, 454

Camp Wildcat, Ky., 68:126

Camp Williams, Texas, 71:99

Camp Wood, Ill., 74:342

Camron, John M.: business in New Salem, Ill., 108:182–83

Canada, 69:47, 131, 140, 71:129, 381, 72:75, 135, 73:48, 49, 108:196, 110:310; during Civil War, 110:351, 500, 507; Confederates in, 106:396, 108:94, 96–97; expedition into, 105:223–25; George A. Ellsworth in, 108:92–94; government of, 69:389; migration of free African Americans to, 109:317; and the Northwest Territory, 105:42; oral history in, 104:628; during War of 1812, 76:45–52, 104:6

Canadian First Army, 96:282

"Canal at the Falls of the Ohio and the Three Cornered Rivalry, The," by Stuart Seely Sprague, 72:38–54

Canales, Antonio: during Mexican War, 106:19–20

Canals for a Nation: The Canal Era in the United States, 1790–1860, by Ronald E. Shaw: reviewed, 89:408–9

Canby, Edward Richard Sprigg, 74:289

Canby, Henry Seidel, 93:43

cancer: and industrial pollution, article about, 102:157–82



Cancer Activism: Gender, Media, and Public Policy, by Karen M. Kedrowski and Marilyn Stine Sarnow: reviewed, 106:151–53

Candee, George, 69:333, 336, 110:34

Candler, Asa, 94:414

Candler, Wade, 81:26

Candler, Warren, 78:360

Candles She Lit: The Legacy of Eleanor Roosevelt, by Stella K. Hershan: reviewed, 92:230–31

Cane Creek (Greenup County, Ky.), 68:226

Canedy, Susan: book reviews by, 92:231–32, 94:96–98

Cane Ridge, Ky., 73:137, 149, 77:15; and Barton Stone, 106:182, 201; Cane Ridge, Ky., 97:357, 106:182; revival, 70:346, 82:343, 106:197, 201–6, 217, 228; revival and Baptist unification, 3, 17–18; revival and Barton Stone, 85:308–21; revival and David Rice, 106:181–84; revival at, 69:227, 229, 232

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