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



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Char-Mont Room: Kaufman-Straus, Louisville, Ky., 109:371



Charter, By-Laws, etc. of the Louisville & Portland Canal Company, 72:51

Charter, Jeanalta, 109:153

Chartier, Martin, 69:242

Charting Louisiana: Selected Talks from the Louisiana Purchase Bicentennial Conference DVD, Historic New Orleans Collection and the Louisiana Historical Association: reviewed, 104:141–43

Chase, James S.: The Emergence of the Presidential Nominating Convention, 1789–1832, reviewed, 73:91–93

Chase, Philander D.: book reviews by, 93:474–76, 95:188–89

Chase, Salmon P., 68:19–20, 80:286, 96:333, 346, 106:373, 438, 110:329; during Civil War, 110:353, 358–59; and John S. Rarey, 108:194; Murat Halstead's letter, 103:640–41

Chase, Stuart: New Republic article, 104:424

Chase, William, 77:281

Chase College of Law (Highland Heights, Ky.), 98:186

Chasing the White Dog: An Amateur Outlaw's Adventures in Moonshine, by Max Watman: noted, 107:637

Chastellux, Marquis de, 90:43

Chateaubriand, Rene´ de, 90:30

Chatham, James O.: Sundays Down South: A Pastor's Stories, reviewed, 98:226–27

Chatham Field, Ga.: POW camp at, 105:454

Chatman, Viva, 98:389

Chattahoochee River (Tenn.), 74:295, 92:295

Chattanooga, Tenn., 69:339, 349–50, 359, 383, 70:166, 168, 73:319, 418, 74:304, 75:131–33, 138, 93:61, 268, 274, 278, 94:159, 160, 95:7, 26–27, 96:315–16, 318, 323–24, 327, 329, 97:252, 254; black branch library in, 93:162; during Civil War, 108:70, 110:353, 455, 469, 471, 473; John Hunt Morgan's headquarters in, 108:19–21



Chattanooga–A Death Grip on the Confederacy, by James Lee McDonough: reviewed, 83:157–59

Chattaroi Railroad, 72:250, 257, 260



Chattel Slavery and Wage Slavery: The Anglo-American Context, 1830–1860, by Marcus Cunliffe: reviewed, 79:185–87

Chaumiere des Prairies, 90:118, 120, 129, 136, 139

Chauncey, Commodore: fleet of, 105:220

Chautauquas: and Henry Hardin Cherry, 92:267–87; in N.Y., 93:54, 75; programs of, 72:344

Chauvigny, France: and the Magniadas Lincoln medal, 109:191

Chazelle, Pierre, 108:222, 230; Jesuit school in Louisville, Ky., 108:235–36; at Saint Mary's College, 108:233; at Saint Mary's Seminary, 108:223, 225–26

Cheapside (Lexington, Ky.), 69:185; slave auctions at, 106:446

Cheatam, Benjamin F.: during Civil War, 72:300

Cheatham, Benjamin Franklin, 76:17, 96:340

Checklist of Kentucky Cabinetmakers from 1775 to 1859, by Mrs. Wade Hampton Whitley: reviewed, 68:275–77

Cheek, Christen Ashby: ed., "Memoirs of Mrs. E. B. Patterson: A Perspective on Danville during Civil War", 92:347–99

Cheek, George W., 84:388

Cheek, Margaret Logan McKee, 92:348, 374–75

Cheek, Mary Ashby, 92:348

Cheek, Mrs. George, 69:273

Cheever, George, 90:184

chemical industry: and vinyl chloride, article about, 102:157–81

chemical unions: danger of vinyl chloride, 102:179–80

Chen, Anthony S.: Fifth Freedom, The: Jobs, Politics, and Civil Rights in the United States, 1941-1972, reviewed, 107:134–35

Chenault, David W., 71:428, 434, 76:15

Chenery House Hotel (Springfield, Ill.): Abraham Lincoln at, 106:416–17

Cheney, Dick: on Iraq, 102:354; and the War on Poverty in Breathitt County, Ky., 107:410–11

Cheng, Mrs.—, 83:121

Chenoa, Ill.: George A. Ellsworth in, 108:9, 17

Chenoweth, J. T., 85:327, 329, 332, 341, 347, 349, 351, 352, 353

Cherbourg, France, 72:56, 102:39

Cherny, Robert W.: A Righteous Cause: The Life of William Jennings Bryan, reviewed, 84:89–90



Cherokee (transport ship), 94:386

Cherokee Gardens (Louisville, Ky.): development of, 107:58



Cherokee Indian Nation: A Troubled History, edited by Duane H. King: reviewed, 79:273–75

Cherokee Indians, 69:49, 247–48, 253, 72:279, 284, 395, 73:65–66, 68, 74:345, 78:304, 80:271, 276, 278, 90:2, 3, 19, 226, 229, 91:249, 272–73, 286, 307, 320, 92:161, 97:139, 144–45, 150, 155, 101:7, 102:480; frontier conflicts of, 106:347; Melungeon ancestry, 102:211; Sycamore Shoals Treaty, 102:496; Thomas Jefferson's negotiations with, 106:358



Cherokee Nation in the Civil War, The, by Clarissa W. Confer: reviewed, 105:712–13

Cherokee Park (Louisville, Ky.), 107:34, 50–52, 55, 58; Daniel Boone sculpture, 102:513; Daniel Boone sculpture, illus., 102:514; land development near, 107:57



Cherokee Phoenix, 75:339

Cherokee State Park (Land Between the Lakes, Ky.), 91:200



Cherokee Sunset: A Nation Betrayed, by Samuel Carter: reviewed, 75:339–40

Cherokee Triangle (Louisville, Ky.): creation of, 107:54



Cherokee Women: Gender and Culture Change, 1700–1835, by Theda Perdue: reviewed, 97:211–12

Cherokee Women in Crisis: Trail of Tears, Civil War, and Allotment, 1838–1907, by Carolyn Ross Johnston: reviewed, 102:99–100

Cherrington, Ernest, 92:185, 194, 198

Cherry, Andrew, 100:46

Cherry, Henry Hardin, 69:30, 74:21, 75:31, 45, 86:25–26, 29–31, 35, 37–39, 43–45, 48, 88:443, 444, 446–47, 451–54, 456, 97:303; and Chautauqua programs, 92:267–87; illus., 105:84; and Western Kentucky University, 105:80, 83–85

Cherry, Mrs. T. C., 86:36

Cherry, Thomas C., 69:31

Cherry Brothers' Business College, 68:214

Cherry Run, Ky., 70:77

Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad, 70:130

Chesapeake and Ohio Railway Company v. Kentucky, 98:257

Chesapeake Bay, 70:25

Chesapeake region: out-migration, 106:341–42

Chescheir, George M., 100:139; and 1937 flood, 105:421–22; Axis POWs at Fort Benning, Ga., 105:417–60; career of, 105:421–22, 458; eastern Kentucky coal mining investigation, 105:421; illus., 105:418, 422, 425, 440, 445, 447, 457, 459

Chescheir, James, 105:450–51

Chesebrough, David B.: God Ordained This War: Sermons on the Sectional Crisis, 1830–1865, reviewed, 90:392–93; "No Sorrow like Our Sorrow": Northern Protestant Ministers and the Assassination of Lincoln, reviewed, 92:220–21

Cheshire, Great Britain: during Civil War, 107:168, 195

Cheshire, Maxine Hall, 83:128

Chesire, E. L., 94:169

Chesnut, Mary Boykin, 71:207

Chesnutt, Charles Waddell, 93:174

Chessboard of War: Sherman and Hood in the Autumn Campaigns of 1864, by Anne J. Bailey: reviewed, 98:119–20

Chess-Carley Company (Louisville, Ky.), 73:347, 350

Chessman, G. Wallace: book note by, 91:462; book reviews by, 79:396–98, 84:89–90, 92:429–30

Chesson, Michael B.: Richmond After the War, 1865–1900, reviewed, 80:353–54

Chester, Colby M., 88:45, 57, 59–60

Chester, Edward W.: Sectionalism, Politics and American Diplomacy, reviewed, 76:77–79

Chester, England, 70:55

Chester, E. W., 100:152, 157

Chester, S.C.: George A. Ellsworth in, 108:109–10

Chester County (Pa.) Times: and Abraham Lincoln autobiography, 106:480

Chester County, Pa., 72:65

Chester County, S.C., 69:265

Chestnut, John, 70:35

Chestnut, Mary Boykin, 73:423–24

Chestnut Street (Louisville, Ky.), 107:44, 109:311

Chestnut Street Christian Methodist Church (Louisville, Ky.), 109:312

Chet, Guy, Conquering the American Wilderness: The Triumph of European Warfare in the Colonial Northeast: reviewed, 101:332–34

Chetlain, Augustus, 72:384–85

Cheunissen, Rev. ——, 83:121

Chevalier, Stuart, 78:49

Cheverus, John Louis Lefebvre, 101:279

Cheyenne Indians, 95:232

Chicago (Ill.) Daily News, 84:376

Chicago (Ill.) Daily Tribune: on Fred M. Vinson, 75:309–10

Chicago (Ill.) Evening Journal, 108:100

Chicago (Ill.) Post, 77:114

Chicago (Ill.) Press and Tribune: Abraham Lincoln autobiography in, 106:479–80

Chicago (Ill.) Times: reaction to Grant's Vicksburg campaign, 103:646–47; reporter with Grant at Vicksburg, Miss., 103:632

Chicago (Ill.) Tribune, 74:150, 81:376; on Alben W. Barkley, 76:118; on lynching, 84:272; on prohibition, 92:190

Chicago, Ill., 69:27, 94, 109, 291, 383, 70:19, 135, 71:217, 72:13, 361, 73:337, 378, 384, 431, 94:268, 277, 284, 289, 95:10, 26, 98:293–95, 344, 379, 380, 99:103, 107, 367, 375, 100:197, 490, 107:397, 109:409, 110:539; 1892 Democratic Convention at, 75:112; Appalachian outmigration to, 107:307; during Civil War, 110:259; Confederate conspiracies in and George A. Ellsworth, 108:9, 14, 94–107; and CORE, 109:354; Democratic national convention of 1864 in, 108:14; Mary Todd Lincoln in, 109:193, 200–201; Ninth Marine Corps Recruiting and Reserve District, 110:140; oral history project in, 104:612; police department, 107:379; Republican Convention, 73:1–264

Chicago & Eastern Illinois Railroad, 69:93

Chicago & Indiana Coal Road, 69:93

Chicago & North Western Railroad, 99:40

Chicago & Wabash Valley Railroad, 69:93

Chicago and Alton Railroad, 108:17

Chicago Bears, 97:404

Chicago Cardinals, 97:438, 441

Chicago Cubs, 99:112



Chicago Evening American: and William English Walling, 96:356–57

Chicago Historical Society (Chicago, Ill.): Abraham Lincoln collection of, 109:202–3

Chicago Medical School (Chicago, Ill.), 93:177

Chicago Seven, 83:37



Chicago's Irish Legion: The 90th Illinois Volunteers in the Civil War, by James B. Swan: reviewed, 107:122–24

Chicago's New Negroes: Modernity, The Great Migration, and Black Urban Life, by Davarian L. Baldwin: reviewed, 105:521–22

Chicago's Pride: The Stockyards, Packingtown, and Environs in the Nineteenth Century, by Louise Carroll Wade: reviewed, 86:88–89

Chicago Times, 71:333; on Don Carlos Buell, 96:328

Chicago Tribune, 98:381, 100:162, 104:552; behavior of Ohio troops at the battle of Shiloh, 103:639; reaction to Grant's Vicksburg campaign, 103:644–45; story about William English Walling, 96:38, 357–58, 366

Chickamauga, Ga., 75:81, 131, 94:165; battle of, 70:65, 74:288, 93:274, 275, 278, 279, 280, 284, 99:57, 101:451–52, 108:78, 110:170

Chickamauga, Tenn.: battle of, 69:192

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

Chickamauga Indians, 79:254, 80:271, 83:224

Chickasaw Bayou (Miss.): battle of and the Twenty-second Kentucky Union Infantry Regiment in, 105:660, 663–64, 670–72; and the Vicksburg campaign, 103:647

Chickasaw Bluffs, Miss.: See Chickasaw Bayou, Miss.

Chickasaw Indians, 70:239, 71:128–35, 138, 72:284, 75:173, 317, 81:6–8, 11, 13, 20, 83:224, 90:229, 91:249, 273, 307, 388, 392, 92:26, 152, 156, 158, 159, 161, 162, 164, 167, 174, 105:660; John Bowman's campaign against, 69:243, 245, 252–55, 259–60, 271; Thomas Jefferson's negotiations with, 106:358

Chidsey, Donald Barr: The War in the South: The Carolinas and Georgia in the American Revolution, an Informal History, reviewed, 68:186–87



Chief Justiceship of John Marshall, 1801–1835, by Herbert A. Johnson: reviewed, 95:189–90

Chief Justiceship of Melville W. Fuller, 1888–1910, by James W. Ely Jr.: reviewed, 93:492–93

Chief Justiceship of Warren Burger, 1969–1986, by Earl M. Maltz: reviewed, 98:222–24

Chihuahua, Mexico, 72:409; during Mexican War, 106:32

Child, Francis J., 80:177

Child, Lydia Marcia, 68:336

Childers, Mr.—, 91:166

Child Labor Act (1916), 70:130



Children and Youth during Civil War Era, edited by James Marten: reviewed, 110:213–15

Children of Pride: A True Story of Georgia and the Civil War: ed., Robert Manson Myers, reviewed, 71:207–8

Children of Pride A True Story of Georgia and the Civil War, by Robert Manson Myers: noted, 82:320

Children of the City: At Work and At Play, by David Nasaw: noted, 83:386

Children of the Depression, edited by Kathleen Thompson and Hilary Mac Austin: reviewed, 100:406–7

Children's Tin Box Fund: during World War I, 82:258

Childress, John, 89:388

Childress, Mort, 109:399

Childress, William, 109:428

Childress, William H., 110:548

Childs, Mrs. Craig, 79:263

Chile, H. M., 97:395

Chiles, Jane, 99:257

Chiles, J. M., 94:164, 169

Chillicothe, Ohio, 69:208, 70:123, 71:83, 91:6, 21, 250, 251, 252, 310, 311, 94:8, 95:129, 223, 225, 97:137, 105:226; army headquarters at, 105:221; George Rogers Clark's campaign against, 106:347

Chillicothe,Ohio: presbyterians in, 68:295, 301

Chillicothe, Ohio: Shawnee settlement, 102:494

Chillicothe Eagles (Ohio), 97:438

Chilton, Richard: and Garlin M. Conner, 110:69–70

Chilton, Thomas, 72:286, 74:56, 78:133

Chilton, Thomas J.: and unification of Baptists in Ky., 110:18, 31

Chilton, William E. III, 107:382

"'Chimney Corner Constitutions': Democratization and Its Limits in Frontier Kentucky," by Harry S. Laver, 95:337–67

China: communist revolution, 102:318; industrial development in, 107:337; and the Soviet Union, 102:318; and Vietnam, 102:329

Chinard, Gilbert, 92:77

Chinn, Adaline, 91:271, 276

Chinn, George M., 69:174, 400, 71:439, 72:201, 203–4, 429, 79:175–77; illus., 101:33; Kentucky: Settlement and Statehood, 74:323–24; Ky. Historical Society director, 101:33, 44; Ky. Historical Society firearm collection, 101:30; Register editor, 101:2

Chinn, Imogene, 91:271, 276

Chinn, Jack, 76:295

Chinn, Julia, 75:198, 202, 91:262, 270, 276–77, 291

Chinn, Richard H., 94:127

Chinn family, 101:25

Chinnici, Joseph P., 97:350

Chinnuby (Chickasaw leader), 92:26

Chino, Wendell: testimony to the National Advisory Commission on Rural Poverty, 107:361, 366

Chipley, Steve F., 97:181

Chipley, W. S., 70:95–99, 104–7

Chippewa Indians, 91:252, 255



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

Chittenden, Henry, 98:17

Chittenden Library (Yale University), 110:45

Chitwood, Ira, 81:26

Chivington, John, 72:295, 95:235

Choat, Isaac, 70:188

Choate, Rufus, 73:360

"Choctaw Academy: Richard M. Johnson and the Business of Indian Education," by Ella Wells Drake, 91:260–97

Choctaw Indians, 69:98–99, 71:123–30, 203, 72:284, 74:345; Thomas Jefferson's negotiations with, 106:358

Choctaws in a Revolutionary Age, 1750–1830, by Greg O'Brien: reviewed, 100:514–16

Choosing Truman: The Democratic Convention of 1944, by Robert H. Ferrell: reviewed, 92:341–42

Chosin Reservoir (Korea): and the U.S. Marine Corps Reserve, 110:137, 163

Chraphard, John, 68:128

Chrisman, David: book review by, 103:826–28

Christ Church (Bethel, Vt.), 69:46

Christ Church (Lexington, Ky.), 68:280–81, 69:49–51, 54, 56, 66, 192

Christ Episcopal Church (Lexington, Ky.), 103:61

Christian, Anne, 77:195

Christian, Fred, 110:170

Christian, John, 68:105

Christian, Thomas: journal of, 104:27, 33, 36–38

Christian, William, 69:251, 70:279, 72:395, 73:68, 83:203, 211, 216, 92:10, 97:139, 144, 155



Christian Advocate (Richmond, Va.): and abolitionism, 110:270

Christian Appalachian Project: oral history project, 104:643



Christian Baptist, 85:317

Christian Century, 78:153, 91:190, 195–96, 198; on J. B. Matthews, 84:300

Christian Chronicle (Philadelphia, Pa.), 74:201–2, 211

Christian Church, 70:51; establishment of, 91:14

Christian Church Disciples, 94:293–94; in Louisville, Ky., 92:71

Christian County, Ky., 69:122, 259, 70:14, 71:238, 407–8, 412, 414, 72:17, 73:164, 74:192, 75:112, 114–16, 118, 90:168, 174, 179, 95:132, 99:8, 15, 100:14, 140; African Americans in, 108:348; and civil rights, 99:16, 18; during Civil War, 103:531–32, 110:491; courthouses in, 70:336; free African Americans in, 109:299; George A. Ellsworth in, 108:96; high school girls' basketball in, 109:163, 165, 165–66; integration in, 99:18–19; and Jefferson Davis, 107:214; slavery in, 110:296, 371; See alsoHopkinsville, Ky.



Christian-Evangelist, 74:122

Christian family, 102:483

Christianity: in Nelson and Washington counties, 87:144–61

Christianity and the Mass Media in America: Toward a Democratic Accommodation, by Quentin J. Schultze: reviewed, 102:131–33

Christianity in Appalachia: Profiles in Regional Pluralism: edited by Bill J. Leonard: reviewed, 98:322–23

Christian Messenger, 85:320

Christian Observer, 91:174; on E. O. Guerrant, 91:170

Christian Observer (Philadelphia, Pa.): and abolitionism, 110:273–74; and the slavery debate, 110:277–78

Christian Psalmist, 98:399

Christian Reconstruction: The American Missionary Association and Southern Blacks, 1861–1890, by Joe B. Richardson: reviewed, 85:91–93

Christiansburg, Montgomery County, Virginia, in the Heart of the Alleghenies, by Lula Porterfield Givens: noted, 80:366

Christian Science, 94:393



Christian Sisterhood, Race Relations, and the YWCA, 1906-46, by Nancy Marie Robertson: reviewed, 105:731–33

Christianson, Eric Howard: book reviews by, 76:234–36, 78:76–78, 81:310–11, 88:354–55, 89:108–9, 405–6, 101:124–26, 102:229–30; "The Conditions for Science in the Academic Department of Transylvania University, 1799–1857," 79:305–25

Christianson, Scott: Freeing Charles: The Struggle to Free a Slave on the Eve of the Civil War, reviewed, 107:597–99

Christian Standard, 74:116, 122

"Christmas Bill" (1820), 71:160–61, 166

Christopher, ——, 68:123

Christopher Gist: Colonial Frontiersman, Explorer, and Indian Agent, by Kenneth P. Bailey: reviewed, 75:143–45

Christy, E. P., 74:69

Christy, Susan, 97:174

Chronicles of Cynthiana, and Other Chronicles, by Lucinda Boyd: reviewed, 69:282–84

Chronology of Women's History, by Kirstin Olsen: noted, 93:381

Chrysler's Field (Canada), 69:131

Chudacoff, Howard P.: How Old Are You? Age Consciousness in American Culture, reviewed, 89:231–32

Chuinard, Eldon G.: Only One Man Died; The Medical Aspects of the Lewis and Clark Expedition, noted, 79:399

Chumley, Everett, 86:267

Chumney, James R.: book reviews by, 79:382–84, 81:430–31, 84:329–30, 91:361–62

Chung, Haeja K.: Harriette Simpson Arnow: Critical Essays on Her Work, reviewed, 95:91–92

Church, Frank, 82:56

Church, Richard, 72:168

Church, William S., 89:243

"Church Building and Social Class on the Urban Frontier: The Refinement of Lexington, 1784-1830," by David J. Voelker, 106:191–229

Churches in Cultural Captivity: A History of the Social Attitudes of Southern Baptists, by John Lee Eighmy: reviewed, 71:108–9

Churchill, H. A., Lexington, Ky., 101:250

Churchill, J., 69:134

Churchill, Julia: See Throckmorton, Julia Churchill

Churchill, Sam, 68:7

Churchill, Samuel, 74:301

Churchill, Winston, 75:344, 76:317, 85:152, 88:314, 99:133, 104:479, 481, 682, 108:1, 315

Churchill and Roosevelt at War: The War They Fought and the Peace They Hoped to Make, by Keith Sainsburg: reviewed, 93:365–67

Churchill Downs (Louisville, Ky.), 69:391, 90:102, 100:495, 103:484; security for, 105:421; See alsoKentucky Derby; Kentucky Oaks

Church Missionary Society, 69:40

Church of England, 69:64, 78, 226; and the Shakers, 109:6; in Virginia, 106:170–71

Church of God (Tenn.), 94:293–96

Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints: See Mormons

Church of our Lady (Louisville, Ky.), 68:255

Church of Our Lady of Victory (Philadelphia, Pa.), 92:71

Church of Our Merciful Saviour (Louisville, Ky.), 98:172

Church of St. Louis (Louisville, Ky.), 68:255

Church of the Nazarene, 94:293–96

Church Street (Lexington, Ky.): church on, 106:196

Churubusco, Mexico: Mexican War battle of, and Theodore O'Hara, 105:576

CIA and the U.S. Intelligence System, by Scott D. Breckinridge: reviewed, 85:191–92

Ciaccio, Jack, 87:42–44

Ciafardini, Pat: and George Ratterman, 98:343, 356, 358, 362; indicted, 98:364

Cibola Creek (Texas), 71:99

Cicotte, Eddie, 82:359

Cilley, Jonathan, 97:402

Cimbala, Paul A.: book review by, 77:221–22; and Randall M. Miller, eds., The Great Task Remaining Before Us: Reconstruction as America's Continuing Civil War, reviewed, 110:559, 566–68, 570

Cimprich, John: book notes by, 85:392–93, 86:310–11; book reviews by, 88:97–98, 90:302–4, 92:420–22, 104:128–30, 109:469–71; Fort Pillow, A Civil War Massacre, and Public Memory, reviewed, 105:309–10; Slavery's End in Tennessee, 1861–1865, reviewed, 84:326–27



Cincinnati (Ohio) Commercial, 69:125

Cincinnati (Ohio) Enquirer, 69:106, 108–9, 391

Cincinnati (Ohio) Gazette, 69:115

Cincinnati, Bluffington & Chicago Railroad, 69:94

Cincinnati, Ohio, 68:11, 59, 182, 223, 255, 261, 297, 301, 336, 69:23, 79, 102–3, 115, 128, 131, 133–38, 153, 170, 183, 191, 216, 235, 282, 320, 326, 329, 336, 341, 345, 348–50, 394, 70:11, 66–67, 151, 241, 71:12, 42, 62, 72, 74, 76–77, 83, 89, 93, 185–86, 198, 303–4, 438, 72:13, 30, 36, 39, 41–45, 47, 50–51, 53, 139–40, 337, 340, 421, 73:9, 11, 20, 173, 180, 182–83, 189, 233–34, 393, 74:37, 56, 105, 110, 90:330, 332, 92:294, 94:26, 52–53, 267, 271, 289, 95:5, 8, 10, 26–27, 96:5, 10–11, 13, 14, 23, 243, 319–20, 326, 331–32, 97:399, 98:167, 169, 182, 344, 346, 349, 351, 355, 356, 362, 391, 99:99, 103–4, 107, 115–16, 104:15, 105:221, 598, 636, 106:61, 64, 454, 108:86, 109:360, 110:280, 540; Abraham Lincoln speech at, 106:436, 471; African Americans in, 105:641, 109:304, 322, 110:541; Appalachian out-migration to, 107:307; during Civil War, 108:36, 92, 110:259, 334, 347–48, 359, 425, 473; commercial publishing in, 102:501; Confederate agents in, 108:104; establishment of Department of Kentucky, 106:447–48; and the family of John G. Fee, 105:617, 621, 624–25, 654–55; filibustering recruiting efforts in, 105:586; founding of, 102:515; and General Orders, No. 11, 110:180; George A. Ellsworth in, 108:11, 100, 102–3; Jews in, 110:167; members of Ky. Regiment from, 105:572, 587, 591, 597, 599, 601; Presbyterian congregation at, 106:179; Presbyterians in, 68:262, 293, 300, 306; racial violence in, 109:321; reactions to Grant's Vicksburg campaign, 103:631–46, 656–57; reaction to capture of Fort Donelson, 103:628; Republican Party in, 107:545; riot in, 107:354; Saint Xavier College in, 108:237, 239, 243; and Shelton Morris, 109:308, 320; steamboat access, 106:191; Thomas Henry Hines in, 108:101; ties with northern Ky., 79:213–16; trade connections with Ky., 110:305; Underground Railroad, 101:105; and the Underground Railroad, 109:321; Urban Workshops in, 107:346

Cincinnati Advertiser, 72:43, 341

Cincinnati and Lexington Railroad: during Civil War, 108:92

Cincinnati Car Company, 95:414, 415

Cincinnati Catholic Telegraph: on John Uri Lloyd, 91:44

Cincinnati-Charleston Railroad: in Ky., 73:122–35

Cincinnati College (Cincinnati, Ohio), 68:341

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