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



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Cincinnati Commercial, 72:116, 118–19, 76:141, 98:173, 99:348, 103:656–57, 110:293; on Congressman H. C. Burnett, 77:268–69; Grant's letter to, 103:639; on Green Clay Smith, 76:203; reaction to Grant's Vicksburg campaign, 103:630, 632–33, 637–42, 643–45

Cincinnati Daily Commercial, 79:215, 108:105–6, 108

Cincinnati Daily Gazette, 79:218, 98:161–62, 164, 168

Cincinnati Daily Times, 79:215, 80:289

Cincinnati Enquirer, 76:141, 79:215, 80:327, 103:638, 104:425; account of John Hunt Morgan's Ky. raid in, 108:42; during Civil War, 110:351; on Fred M. Vinson, 75:307; reaction to Grant's Vicksburg campaign, 103:637, 644–45; reports on 1850 López expedition, 105:599; Thomas Hutchison interview, 106:421

Cincinnati: From River City to Highway Metropolis, by David Stradling: noted, 103:843

Cincinnati Gazette, 74:309–11, 313, 80:294, 92:347, 348, 103:656–57, 110:245–46; on Brutus J. Clay, 75:215, 217–18; on Green Clay Smith, 76:203; on Mahlon D. Manson, 96:242; on Matt Ward trial, 84:131; reaction to Grant's Vicksburg campaign, 103:630, 632–33, 642–45

Cincinnati Germans after the Great War, by Don H. Tolzmann, 98:182

Cincinnati Historical Society, 92:348

Cincinnati Home Guards, 97:432–33, 435, 437

Cincinnati Inquirer, 72:44

Cincinnati Liberty Hall, 72:48

Cincinnati Nonpareil, 105:591; reports on López expedition, 105:587

Cincinnati Post, 93:139; on Harlan County coal mines, 90:360

Cincinnati Potters, 97:411, 415, 418, 421–24, 436

Cincinnati Reds, 99:99–100, 106

Cincinnati Republican: battle of the Thames, 105:218–19

Cincinnati Scenes, by Caroline Williams, 69:391

Cincinnati Southern Railroad, 72:349, 76:36, 78:227

Cincinnati Theological Seminary (Cincinnati, Ohio), 68:294, 297–98

Cincinnati Times, 72:368; Vicksburg campaign victory celebration, 103:656–57

Cincinnati Times-Star: on lynching, 84:272

Cincinnati Tobacco Warehouse, 98:194



Cincinnatus: George Washington and the Enlightenment, by Garry Wills: reviewed, 83:146–47

Circus Street (New Orleans, La.), 105:600

Cisneros, Henry, 99:214

Cissell, Benjamin P., 99:352–55

Cistercians: at Gethsemani, Ky., 68:262

Cisterna, Italy: during World War II, 110:76



Cities in the Commonwealth: Two Centuries of Urban Life in Kentucky, by Allen J. Share: reviewed, 81:304–5

Citizen, Mother, Worker: Debating Public Responsibility for Child Care after the Second World War, by Emilie Stoltzfus: reviewed, 102:262–64

Citizen: Jane Addams and the Struggle for American Democracy, by Louise W. Knight: reviewed, 104:169–70

Citizens Bank of Jackson (Jackson, Ky.), 107:404, 406; War on Poverty funds in, 107:412

Citizens Committee for a State Suffrage Amendment, 72:360, 93:15, 17, 39

Citizens Committee on Desegregation (Louisville, Ky.), 104:232

Citizens' Crusade Against Poverty: and Richard Boone, 107:394

Citizens Fidelity Bank and Trust Company (Louisville, Ky.), 69:90

Citizens' Guards: in Lexington, Ky., 107:548

Citizens in Arms: The Army and Militia in American Society to the War of 1812, by Lawrence Delbert Cress: reviewed, 81:207–9

Citizens Liberty League (St. Louis, Mo.), 110:552



Citizens More than Soldiers: The Kentucky Militia in the Early Republic, by Harry S. Laver: reviewed, 106:70–71

Citizen's National Bank (Bowling Green, Ky.), 92:46



Citizens of a Christian Nation: Evangelical Missions and the Problem of Race in the Nineteenth Century, by Derek Chang: reviewed, 108:145–46

Citizens of Zion: The Social Origins of Camp Meeting Revivalism, by Ellen Eslinger: reviewed, 97:464–67

Citizen-Soldier in the American Revolution: The Diary of Benjamin Gilbert in Massachusetts and New York, edited by Rebecca D. Symmes: reviewed, 80:232–33

Citizen Soldiers in the War of 1812, by C. Edward Skeen: reviewed, 97:470–72

Citizen Soldiers: The Plattsburg Training Camp Movement, 1913–1920, by John Gary Clifford: reviewed, 71:119–21

Citizen's Patriotic League (Covington, Ky.), 98:183, 186, 201–2

Citizens' Savings Bank (Paducah, Ky.), 92:72

City College of New York (CCNY), 96:274, 276, 307, 311, 314, 104:617; oral history at, 104:615

City Federation of Colored Women's Clubs (Richmond, Ky.), 109:391

City of Alton (Union warship), 75:24

City of Frankfort (steamboat), 95:377

City of New Orleans (steamboat), 72:54

City Planning and Zoning Act (1930): and subdivision planning, 107:67–68

City Planning and Zoning Commission (Louisville, Ky.): and subdivision planning, 107:67–68

City Point, Va., 69:119

City Theatre (Louisville, Ky.), 106:61

Civic Opinion (Louisville, Ky.): and subdivision planning, 107:66

Civic Passions: Seven Who Launched Progressive America (and What They Teach Us), by Cecelia Tichi: reviewed, 109:112–15

Civic Trust of Lebanon, Ohio, 69:399



Civil Defense Begins at Home: Militarization Meets Everyday Life in the Fifties, by Laura McEnaney: reviewed, 100:112–15

Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC), 84:184, 90:273–74, 98:396; and employment, 107:315; and Mammoth Cave National Park, 93:446–64

Civilian Conservative Corps (CCC): and Garlin M. Conner, 110:70

Civill, L. A., 72:388

civil rights: and A. B. "Happy" Chandler, 104:448; and Edward T. Breathitt, 99:5–51; historiography of, 109:355–58; issue in 1962 senate campaign, 104:583–84; issues in Ned Breathitt administration, 104:595–96; Ky. bills on, 99:3, 8, 26–28, 31, 33–34, 36, 44–48; march on Frankfort (1964), 99:36; Rufus B. Atwood and Kentucky State College, 88:318–34; school integration in Fayette County, Ky., 101:243–74; and Thomas D. Clark, 103:227, 229; Thomas D. Clark commentary on, 103:251–70, 407–20

Civil Rights Act (1866), 71:32–34, 37–38, 40, 41, 43, 84:345, 349, 91:411, 110:533

Civil Rights Act (1875), 73:78, 91:411, 110:540; and A. M. Swope, 105:391

Civil Rights Act (1964), 99:39–40, 101:249, 107:349, 109:327, 390; passage of, 110:550



Civil Rights and Politics at Hampton Institute: The Legacy of Alonzo G. Moron, by Hoda M. Zaki: reviewed, 105:350–51

Civil Rights and the Idea of Freedom, by Richard H. King: noted, 92:129

Civil Rights Committee, 70:131



Civil Rights History from the Ground Up: Local Struggles, a National Movement, edited by Emilye Crosby: reviewed, 109:502–4

Civil Rights in the Gateway to the South: Louisville, Kentucky, 1945-1980, by Tracy E. K'Meyer: reviewed, 108:115–17

Civil Rights Movement in American Memory, The, edited by Renee C. Romano and Leigh Raiford: reviewed, 104:370–71

"Civil Rights Movement in Kentucky Oral History Project" (Kentucky Historical Society), 109:357



Civil War, 69:10, 16–17, 96, 101, 104, 123, 152, 170, 177, 183, 233, 265, 278–79, 289, 319, 333, 392–94, 398–99, 70:15, 64, 126, 135, 153–54, 160, 163, 185, 325–26, 336, 339, 343, 71:204, 209, 228–29, 242, 253–55, 260–61, 267–68, 270, 296, 316–17, 348, 72:1, 12, 14, 57, 67, 105, 110, 136–37, 202, 213–14, 288, 291, 296, 298, 304, 73:78, 85, 90, 142, 206–7, 213, 330, 356, 372–83, 420, 423, 74:1–9, 31, 36, 62, 67, 143, 157, 159, 212, 288, 300, 80:153–54, 168–69, 89:362–76, 90:40, 95, 97, 91:375, 92:252, 253, 288, 291, 93:399–400, 94:134–73, 253, 261, 367, 377, 396, 400, 97:1–25, 305, 98:179–80, 241–42, 244, 268, 279, 370, 393, 429–38, 99:60, 66, 134, 360, 100:6, 146, 453, 459, 482, 488, 494, 500, 101:51, 397, 399, 423, 428, 105:87–92, 387, 391, 106:305, 318, 468, 107:214, 226, 230–31; and African Americans, 109:67–68; African American soldiers in, 101:459–60, 477–78; in Appalachian Ky., 107:486; article about, 109:2; art of, 73:318–20; and the battle of Munfordville, 69:339–61; battle of Munfordville, 97:247–85; causes of, 101:403, 405, 106:5; centennial of, 70:250, 74:125, 107:242; changing views of, 101:425–27; comparison of Kentucky and Tennessee during, 110:439–80; and Confederate Ky., 79:3–39; constitutional issues during, 110:363–402; contingency in, 101:438–40; effect on family of John G. Fee, 105:621, 624–55, 637; effect on Ky. politics, 103:661–90; effect on political attitudes of George W. Smith, 103:661–90; and emancipation, 102:398; Fort Boone and the defense of Frankfort, 88:148–62; Grant's invasion of Ky., 68:311–18; and Great Britain, 107:166–69; in the Green River Valley of Ky., 70:295–311; guerrilla warfare, 86:352–75, 103:517–41, 108:7–8; historical interpretation of, 107:234, 251; and historical memory, 110:575–84; impact on Ky., 109:65–73; invasion of Ky., 79:122–35; in Jackson Purchase, 73:17–30; and Jews in Ky., 110:165–84; in Kenton County, Ky., 79:211–18; and Kentucky's post-Civil War political situation, 105:675–77; in Ky., 72:272–75, 76:1–21, 103:661–90; and Ky. Bend, 77:108–11; and Ky. exceptionalism, 107:141–46; Ky. opposition to, 105:57–60; Ky. slave policy during, 80:281–308; Ky. volunteers during, 105:56; Ky. women diaries during, 110:481–502; letters of an African American Civil War soldier, 101:457–78; letters of Captain Daniel O'Leary, 77:157–85; letters of John T. Harrington, 105:657–77; and Logan Co. Shakers, 94:34, 47; López expedition veterans in, 105:614; and the Lost Cause, 109:358; and Mahlon D. Manson, 96:221–47; Marxist interpretation of, 102:347; meaning of and Jefferson Davis, 107:147–261; and the memoir of George A. Ellsworth, 108:3–110; memoirs of Danville during, 92:347–99; memorials, 102:391–95; memories of in Ky., 106:477; monuments in Kentucky, 102:396; New Perspectives on Civil War–Era Kentucky, 110:231–584; number of Shakers before, 74:217; and original-intent theory, 102:397–99; Owensboro during, 77:1–14; and the Pickett Incident, 68:171–75; and proslavery Unionism in Ky., 107:513–49; recruitment of American Africans in Ky. during, 72:364–90, 404–5, 410; review essay about meaning of, 102:383–402; Russia's interest in, 73:264, 269–71, 275, 281, 283; and sectional reconcilation, 110:577–78; sesquicentennial of, 107:254, 109:63–73; and the Shakers, 70:189, 192, 109:4, 8–13, 17, 24; social cost of, 109:64–67; in southern Ky., 68:176–79; struggle over centennial observance, 102:396–97; tribute to the Kentuckians who died at the battle of Shiloh, 88:278–86; and the Twenty-second Kentucky Union Infantry Regiment, 105:657–77; Union generals in Kentucky, 105:664; urban development of Louisville, Ky. during, 107:46, 49, 53; veterans at the Lincoln centennial celebration in Ky., 106:473; Vicksburg campaign, article about, 103:627–60; and William Preston, 93:257–85

Civil War, film by Ken Burns , 107:243

Civil War Almanac, edited by John S. Bowman: reviewed, 82:194–95

Civil War and Readjustment in Kentucky, by E. Merton Coulter, 110:233, 293–94

Civil War as a Theological Crisis, The, by Mark A. Noll: reviewed, 104:154–55

Civil War Battle Flags of the Union Army and Order of Battle, by C. McKeever: noted, 96:115

Civil War Command and Strategy: The Process of Victory and Defeat, by Archer Jones: reviewed, 90:396–97

Civil War Courtship: The Letters of Edwin Weller from Antietam to Atlanta, edited by William Walton: reviewed, 80:107–9

Civil War Diary of Anne S. Frobel of Wilton Hill in Virginia, edited by Mary H. and Dallas M. Lancaster: reviewed, 85:184–85

Civil War History, 74:348, 107:179, 110:455–56

Civil War Humor, by Cameron C. Nickels: reviewed, 109:99–101

Civil War in Appalachia: Collected Essays, edited by Kenneth W. Noe and Shannon H. Wilson: reviewed, 95:445–48

Civil War in Books: An Analytical Bibliography, by David J. Eicher: noted, 95:116

Civil War in Kentucky, The: Battle for the Bluegrass State, edited by Kent Masterson Brown, 110:234

Civil War in Kentucky, The, by Lowell H. Harrison: reviewed, 74:126–28

"Civil War in Kentucky, The: Some Persistent Questions," by Lowell H. Harrison, 76:1–21



Civil War in Kentucky: Battle for the Bluegrass State, edited by Kent Masterson Brown: reviewed, 99:394–96

Civil War in the Big Sandy Valley of Kentucky, by John David Preston: noted, 83:295–96

Civil War in the West, The: Victory and Defeat from the Appalachians to the Mississippi, by Earl J. Hess: reviewed, 110:589–91

"Civil War: Its Nature and End," 69:375

"Civil War Letters": submitted by Mrs. W. H. Whitley, 72:262–71

"Civil War Letters of Captain Daniel O'Leary, U. S. A.," edited by Jenny O'Leary and Harvey H. Jackson, 77:157–85

"Civil War Letters of Herbert Saunders," by Ronald K. Huch, 69:17–29

Civil War Maps: A Graphic Index to the Atlas to Accompany the Official Records of the Union and Confederate Armies, by Noel D. O'Reilly: et al., noted, 86:200

Civil War Memoirs of Captain William J. Seymour: Reminiscences of a Louisiana Tiger, edited by Terry L. Jones: reviewed, 90:198–99

Civil War Naval Chronology, 1861–1865: noted, 69:392

Civil War Newspaper Maps: A Historical Atlas, by David Bosse: noted, 92:123–24

Civil War Novels: An Annotated Bibliography, by Albert J. Menendez: noted, 86:98

Civil War Nurse: The Diary and Letters of Hannah Ropes, edited by John R. Brumgardt: reviewed, 80:347–49

Civil War of 1812, The: American Citizens, British Subjects, Irish Rebels & Indian Allies, by Alan Taylor: reviewed, 110:109–11

Civil War Pharmacy: A History of Drugs, Drug Supply and Provision, and Therapeutics for the Union and Confederacy, by Michael A. Flannery: reviewed, 102:417–19

Civil War Preservation Trust, 110:440



Civil War Prisons: A Study in War Psychology, by William B. Hesseltine: noted, 97:238–39

Civil War Quiz and Fact Book, by Rod Gragg: noted, 84:104

Civil War Recipes: Receipts from the Pages of Godey's Lady's Book, edited by Lily May Spaulding and John Spaulding: reviewed, 97:475–77

"Civil War Reprisal, A," 69:101



Civil Wars in the Twentieth Century: Robin Higham, ed., reviewed, 71:199–202

Civil War Soldiers: Expectations and Experiences, by Reid Mitchell: noted, 88:371–72

Civil Wars: Women and the Crisis of Southern Nationalism, by George C. Rable: reviewed, 88:215–17

Civil War Tennessee: Battles and Leaders, by Thomas L. Connelly: reviewed, 79:389–91

Civil War Times Illustrated, 73:418, 74:143; on The Lincoln Conspiracy, 76:166

Civil War Time: Temporality and Identity in America, 1861–1865, by Cheryl A. Wells: reviewed, 104:152–54

"Civil War Transformation of George W. Smith, The: How a Western Ky. Farmer Evolved from Unionist Whig to Pro-Southern Democrat," by Charles E. Yonkers, 103:661–90

Civil War Trust, 110:440

Civil Works Administration (CWA), 90:275–76, 280

C. J. Meddis Company (Louisville, Ky,): land-development firm of, 107:58

Clagett, J. H., 86:29, 34, 37, 39–40, 42–44

Clagett, Marjorie: correspondence of, 101:301–2, 308; papers at Western Ky. University, 101:298–99

Claggett, John H., 68:204

Claiborne, Richard, 70:319–20

Claiborne, William C., 70:42–43

Claiborne, William C. C., 71:80, 106:358

Claiming the Pen: Women and Intellectual Life in the Early American South, by Catherine Kerrison: reviewed, 104:140–41

Claire-E (boat), 70:70

Clampitt, Bradley, 110:478

"Clan" (Know-Nothing Party), 69:157

Clansman, The, by Thomas Dixon, 107:247

Clardy, Mary Fox, 95:75

Clare College (Cambridge, Eng.), 69:49

Clarence Adams, An American Dream: The Life of an African American Soldier and POW Who Spent Twelve Years in Communist China, edited by Della Adams and Lewis H. Carlson: reviewed, 106:144–45

Clarence Moore's Kentucky Kavaliers (Maysville, Ky.), 92:295

Clark, Abraham, 72:404

Clark, Albert, 84:189

Clark, Bennett: illus., 103:5

Clark, Beth: illus., 103:383, 387

Clark, Billy C.: A Long Row to Hoe; Song of the River, reviewed, 92:81–84

Clark, Champ, 75:113, 79:142

Clark, Charles, 70:164, 73:19, 75:89

Clark, Christopher: Social Change in America: From the Revolution Through the Civil War, reviewed, 105:106–8

Clark, Delbert, 90:106–7

Clark, Donald A.: The Notorious "Bull" Nelson: Murdered Civil War General, reviewed, 110:591–93

Clark, Earl W. Jr.: and Terry W. Lehmann, The Green Line: The Cincinnati, Newport & Covington Railway: An Illustrated History of Public Transit in Northern Kentucky, reviewed, 99:163–65

Clark, Eleanor: and Robert Penn Warren, 104:82, 92

Clark, Elizabeth (Morris), 109:320

Clark, Emily: Masterless Mistresses: The New Orleans Ursulines and the Development of a New World Society, 1727-1834, reviewed, 105:692–94

Clark, George Rogers, 68:54, 186, 321, 69:187, 208, 274, 386, 70:226, 238, 280, 314, 317–18, 71:1, 84, 132–38, 364, 366, 368–70, 373–74, 376–81, 72:40, 73, 285, 73:64, 84, 341–43, 74:241, 75:159, 317, 320, 76:164–65, 217, 307, 78:99, 106, 80:261, 83:5, 15–16, 218, 221, 225, 229–30, 84:9, 86:315, 88:376, 90:228–29, 91:251, 257, 400, 92:155, 96:170, 308, 311, 97:130, 139, 140–41, 149, 102:461, 106:348; compared to Daniel Boone, 102:523; and the construction of Fort Jefferson, 81:1–24, 116; at Falls of the Ohio, 107:40–41; Illinois campaign of, 69:249–53, 258, 260–62; illus., 102:523; and Ky. during American Revolution, 105:41–43; land grant of, 68:70–80, 265–68; northwestern campaign of, 72:414; textbook biography of, 102:517; Thomas D. Clark commentary on, 103:338; western campaigns of, 106:347

Clark, George W., 68:72, 78

Clark, Henry Thomas, 68:192

Clark, Isaac, 68:72, 77

Clark, James, 69:304, 70:7, 81:138, 140, 82:223, 233, 88:259, 89:244, 91:373

Clark, J. Ballard, 84:375, 383, 387

Clark, Jerry E.: The Shawnee, reviewed, 77:295–98

Clark, Joe: and Jesse Stuart, Up the Hollow from Lynchburg, reviewed, 74:327–29; Tennessee Hill Folk, reviewed, 71:463

Clark, John, 69:206–8, 72:231, 98:178

Clark, John E. Jr.: Railroads in the Civil War: The Impact of Management on Victory and Defeat, reviewed, 102:575–76

Clark, John G., 71:450

Clark, John H., 68:72, 77

Clark, Jonathan, 68:266

Clark, Joseph: critique of War on Poverty, 107:386–87, 396

Clark, Kathleen Ann: Defining Moments: African American Commemoration and Political Culture in the South, 1863–1913, reviewed, 104:159–61

Clark, Lucy, 97:343

Clark, Mark W.: during World War II, 110:74

Clark, Marston G., 71:84

Clark, Meriwether Lewis, 92:149, 156

Clark, Michael, 109:320

Clark, Myrvin C.: illus., 105:457; POW reeducation, 105:453–55

Clark, Peter B., 98:169

Clark, Peter H., 98:164

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

Clark, Sean: and Laura Sayre, eds., Fields of Learning: The Student Farm Movement in North America, noted, 110:229

Clark, Septima, 93:84



Clark, Thomas, 69:270

Clark, Thomas D., 68:289, 71:10, 330, 72:54, 298–99, 73:99, 323, 76:154, 78:246, 79:367, 80:86–87, 137, 83:95, 85:315, 87:405, 89:181, 183–84, 190–91, 193, 195, 90:48, 66, 72, 257, 92:245–46, 248, 249, 254, 260, 94:353, 409–10, 96:296, 304, 307, 314, 97:115, 129, 99:281, 101:1–2, 30, 104:507, 105:82, 107:164; academia, 103:299–304; Agrarian Kentucky, reviewed, 77:129–31; American and Southern historians, 103:324–32; article on intrastate slave trade, 103:712–13; "'A Threshold to the Future': The Kentucky History Center," 94:174–75; autobiographical essays of, 103:11–66, 206–8; "Big River," 103:23–46; book reviews by, 74:124–26, 78:162–64, 80:330–31, 82:102–4, 84:81–82, 423–24, 85:372–73, 87:182–84, 107:204; "Book Thieves of Lexington: A Reminiscence," 103:47–66; "Boonesborough—Outpost of the American Westward Movement," 72:391–97; A Century of Banking History in the Bluegrass: The Second National Bank and Trust Company of Lexington, Kentucky, reviewed, 82:179–81; and civil rights, 103:227, 229, 251–70; Clark County, Kentucky: A History, reviewed, 95:86–88; "Clement Eaton," 80:140–50; commentary of, 103:201–457; "Common-Man Tradition in the Literature of the Frontier," 103:125–42; and constitutional reform, 105:89; on Daniel Boone, 102:458; "Dead Hand of Partisanship," 103:193–98; death of, 102:285; and desegregation of the University of Ky., 109:345; at Duke University, 103:18–19; ed., The Voice of the Frontier: John Bradford's Notes on Kentucky, reviewed, 91:420–21; education, commentary, 103:167–84, 366–69; The Emerging South, 84:35; family background, 103:13–15; Footloose in Jacksonian America: Robert W. Scott and His Agrarian World, reviewed, 89:400–401; The Greening of the South: The Recovery of Land and Forest, reviewed, 84:215–16; "Growing Up with the Frontier," 103:11–22; historical preservation, 103:143–58; Historic Maps of Kentucky, reviewed, 78:157–58, 91:388–89; A History of Laurel County, reviewed, 89:203–4; on his writings, 103:201–34; "Holy Rollers," 103:93–108; honorary degree, illus., 103:379; illus., 101:38, 103:2, 9, 157, 184, 200, 203, 237, 345, 365, 367, 371, 383, 387, 405, 711, 714; and India, 103:238–42; integration, 103:407–20; and John D. W. Guice, Frontiers in Conflict: The Old Southwest, 1795–1830, reviewed, 88:210–11; John Oswald, 103:421–44; on J. Winston Coleman Jr., 103:708–9; and J. Winston Coleman Jr., and Lawrence S. Thompson, eds., Kentucky: A Pictorial History, reviewed, 70:156–58; Kentuckiana essays, 103:67–107; The Kentucky, noted, 91:122–23; "Kentucky Education through Two Centuries of Political and Social Change," 83:173–201; "Kentucky: Land of Tomorrow," 103:67–73; Ky. history and historians, 103:333–47; Ky. History Center, 101:37, 39–41; letters to and from Kennedy and Truman, 100:426; literary figures, commentary on, 103:270–98; Lyman Johnson, 103:407–20; and Margaret A. Lane, People's House, The: Governor's Mansions of Kentucky, reviewed, 101:321–22; master's thesis, 103:17–18; meeting with Forrest C. Pogue, 104:684; memorial issue, 103:1–458; obituaries for, 103:3–4; oral history, 103:313–14, 104:389–90; pardon of Edward F. Prichard, 104:539; partisanship in Ky., 103:193–98; "Preservation of Southern Historical Documents," 103:143–58; quoted, 100:36; reasons for migration, 106:341, 361; reception honoring, illus., 103:391; and Register of the Kentucky Historical Society, 101:32; "Rural South as Seen in Two of its Institutions: The Country Store and the Rural Weekly," 103:109–24; sale of book collection, 103:167–84; "Serious Threats to American Education from Fanatic Fringes and Critics," 103:167–72; Simon Kenton: Kentucky Scout, noted, 92:443; Snake-handling and Holy Rollers, 103:93–108; The Southern Country Editor, noted, 91:125; southern history, 103:109–66, 209, 315–21; southern journalism, 103:117–28; "Statement to the Special Committee to Investigate Education in Ky., 1960," 103:173–84; "Traveling Church," 103:75–92; and the University of Ky., 103:19, 47, 371–406, 104:215; and the University Press of Ky., 103:401–3; views of Shakers, 109:8, 10; women's history, 103:314; world affairs, commentary on, 103:235–50

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