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



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Clark, Walter, 92:295

Clark, William, 68:70–75, 77–80, 266–68, 69:261, 74:342, 343, 76:316, 90:57, 109:320; and Native Americans, 92:149–50, 155–61, 168, 170–74, 93:258, 95:227, 228, 97:128

Clark, William Bedford: ed., Selected Letters of Robert Penn Warren, vol. 2, The "Southern Review" Years, 1935–1942, reviewed, 100:62–66; letters of Robert Penn Warren, edited by, 104:81, 83, 93

Clark Chief (horse), 100:487



Clark Clifford: The Wise Man of Washington, by John Acacia: reviewed, 109:269–71

Clark County (Ky.) Democrat, 96:32, 34, 58, 100:10, 20, 21

Clark County, Ind., 72:41; free African Americans in, 109:322



Clark County, Kentucky: A History, by Thomas D. Clark: reviewed, 95:86–88

Clark County, Ky., 70:124, 71:112, 388, 72:121, 73:125, 96:30, 32, 34, 40, 44–45, 47, 49, 54, 104:257, 110:539; agriculture in, 108:353; and Alien and Sedition Acts, 70:40; Benjamin F. Buckner's career in, 107:544, 546; Boone's Creek, 102:552; during Civil War, 107:525; courthouses in, 70:336; demography of, 107:520–21; economic elite of, 107:517; free African Americans in, 109:299; frontier agriculture in, 107:6; frontier cloth-making in, 107:24–25; slaves in, 107:517, 532; volunteer company during Mexican War, 105:582

Clark County Historical Society and Kentucky Heritage Commission: Survey of Historic Sites in Kentucky: Clark County, reviewed, 79:374–76

Clarke, Basil: slaves of, 108:245

Clarke, Beverly, 75:7

Clarke, Cary L., 68:57

Clarke, Charles, 76:279

Clarke, George W., 91:273

Clarke, James, 71:166–67, 332

Clarke, James Freeman: and John Keats's manuscripts, 106:66; Ky. Historical Society, 101:10; relationship with George Keats, 106:52, 56–58, 60

Clarke, Joe: and public school reform, 109:39

Clarke, Kenneth: and Mary Clarke, The Harvest and the Reapers, Oral Traditions of Kentucky, reviewed, 73:322–24; Uncle Bud Long: The Birth of a Kentucky Folk Legend, reviewed, 72:417–18

Clarke, Mae, 98:427

Clarke, Maj. ——, 85:343

Clarke, Marcellus Jerome, 70:306

Clarke, Mary: and Kenneth Clarke, The Harvest and the Reapers, Oral Traditions of Kentucky, reviewed, 73:322–24

Clarke, Mary Washington: and J. R. LeMaster, editors, Jesse Stuart: Essays on His Work, reviewed, 77:57–59; Kentucky Quilts & Their Makers, noted, 92:444; Kentucky Quilts & Their Makers, reviewed, 76:59–60

Clarke, Matthew St. Clair: David Crockett biography, 102:501, 503–6

Clarke, William, 76:279

Clark Field (Philippines), 86:238

Clark Handicap: and Thomas Clay McDowell, 100:493

Clarksburg, Ind.: Edwin ("Eddie") Summer Fee at, 105:646

Clarks Run (Boyle County, Ky.), 68:123

Clarks Run (Ky.), 72:231–32

Clark's Station, Ky., 68:128

Clarksville, Ind.: free African Americans in, 109:322

Clarksville, Ky., 69:256

Clarksville, Tenn., 68:176–77, 70:135, 188, 197, 71:437, 72:340, 375, 74:2–4, 76, 189–90, 89:387, 90:373, 95:10, 99:367, 370; during Civil War, 110:452, 463; economic impact of Civil War on, 103:672; Union garrison at, 107:538

Clarksville County, Ky.: petition for, 69:253

Clark University (Mass.), 99:140; Forrest C. Pogue at, 104:675



Class, Race, and the Civil Rights Movement, by Jack M. Bloom: reviewed, 85:278–80

Class and Tennessee's Confederate Generation, by Fred Arthur Bailey: reviewed, 86:85–86

Classical Dictionary, by Charles Anthon, 70:58

Classical Institute (Bourbon County, Ky.), 105:405



Classic Racehorse, by Peter Willett: reviewed, 81:431–32

Classless Profession: American Schoolmen in the Nineteenth Century, by Paul H. Mattingly: reviewed, 77:227–29

Class of Their Own, A: Black Teachers in the Segregated South, by Adam Fairclough: reviewed, 105:514–15

Clausewitz, Carl von, 89:368–70, 103:521–22, 539; on war, 101:455

Clavin, Matthew J.: Toussaint Louverture and the American Civil War: The Promise and Peril of a Second Haitian Revolution, reviewed, 108:308–11

Claxton, P. P., 82:157

Clay, ——, 68:276, 85:347

Clay, Albert, 83:43, 45–46

Clay, Anne, 100:488, 106:10; birth of, 106:9

Clay, Brutus, 73:385; estate of, 108:354

Clay, Brutus J., 72:376, 74:284; Union and slavery, 75:214–21

Clay, Cassius Jr., 73:385

Clay, Cassius M., 70:134, 155, 72:131, 355, 388, 73:385, 74:192, 204, 234, 75:3, 7, 107–9, 215, 76:156, 201, 206, 77:75, 78:239, 79:6, 80:297, 380, 81:344–45, 348, 85:29, 87:18, 88:268, 270, 89:63, 90:77, 93:4, 98:249, 104:590; and Berea College, 110:34; biographical sketch of, 73:374–82; chapeau, illus., 101:15; emancipationist views of, 110:302, 304; and the Emancipation Proclamation, 106:586; estate of, 108:354; illus., 106:585; Ky. Historical Society, 101:12, 14; papers of, 103:55; relationship with John G. Fee, 105:620–21; and slavery, 69:281–82, 320–24, 331–33, 336–37, 70:9–13, 106:312, 447; speech about, 103:64; in St. Petersburg, 73:263–87; support of Abraham Lincoln, 106:477; at Transylvania University, 108:217; views on slave colonization, 105:53–54

Clay, Cassius Marcellus: and the presidential campaign of 1844, 68:17–36

Clay, Cassius M. Jr.: and Democratic Party politics, 108:354, 369, 379; illus., 108:355

Clay, Charles D.: family of and the Spanish-American War, 94:364–95

Clay, Charles Donald Jr., 94:391

Clay, Clement C., 76:167, 80:385

Clay, Eliza, 80:186, 100:435

Clay, Ezekiel F., 94:172; and George A. Ellsworth, 108:87, 92

Clay, George, 94:373, 389

Clay, George Hudson: horse breeding of, 100:494–95

Clay, Grady, 107:79

Clay, Green, 68:54, 70:11, 73:374; biographical sketch of, 104:14; general orders of, illus., 104:17; illus., 104:11; proposal to locate state capital at Boonesborough, 104:252; during War of 1812, 104:14, 18–19, 21–23, 26–29, 31, 38–39, 41; See alsoKentucky Brigade



Clay, Henrietta, 100:435

Clay, Henry, 69:54, 155, 164–65, 187, 195, 236–37, 308, 70:15, 78, 125–27, 226, 240, 305, 71:10, 155, 162–63, 349, 72:145, 152–53, 155, 169, 182, 343, 73:92, 224, 228, 356, 358–59, 364, 367–69, 376–77, 417, 74:35, 51, 56–58, 125, 210, 310, 75:103, 110, 191, 286–87, 292, 318–20, 327, 76:2, 104, 106, 109, 272, 276, 77:75–76, 97, 285, 78:232, 79:29–30, 163, 242, 306, 319, 80:199, 281, 283, 378, 82:19, 21, 86:343, 344, 88:251, 256, 258–59, 261–62, 266, 401, 412, 90:75, 225, 232, 233–35, 343–44, 91:265, 93:26–29, 33, 94:127, 128, 365, 96:230, 313, 97:163–64, 167, 378, 384, 98:178, 240, 384, 99:96, 341, 390, 103:662, 104:14, 105:49, 91, 211, 106:8, 378, 384, 413, 489, 110:303, 338, 442, 445, 448; and 1844 election, 100:463–65; and Abraham Lincoln, 105:70, 106:331–32, 383, 434, 475, 482, 495–512, 522, 107:257–59; and African American colonization, 77:263–65, 106:314, 459–60, 522; agricultural interest of, 100:438–40, 475–76; American System, 78:3, 24, 107:141, 110:304; and Andrew Jackson, 100:427–28, 432–33, 445; and Ashland, 100:436–40, 475–76, 583–84; assessment of, 70:179–86; autograph, illus., 106:499; on banking, 77:95, 103; on colonization of free blacks, 75:94, 97–98, 104, 107; comparison with Abraham Lincoln, 110:248–50; compromise efforts of, 106:547–48, 554; compromises of, 107:521, 530; Constitutional Unionism of, 89:32–60, 196–97, 199, 244; and continental expansion, 73:241–62; and the court fight, 69:310–12; Daniel Boone legacy for, 100:504; and Daniel Webster, 100:457–58; death of, illus., 106:539; death of Henry Clay Jr., 106:40, 42; dedication of monument, 110:259; and Denton Offutt, 108:191–92, 210; economic interests of, 100:36, 39, 51, 433–35, 444, 456; economic system of, 106:547–48; education of, 106:544–47, 563; eulogies of, 106:537–70; eulogy of by Abraham Lincoln, 106:299–300, 304–5, 447, 501–2, 538, 557, 562–70; and European diplomacy, 107:564–66; family of, 100:430–31, 435–43, 110:261–62, 478; foreign policy of, 106:549–50, 554–57, 565, 107:551–76; on foreign trade, 73:242, 249; and the French indemnity issue, 107:568; and Garrett Davis, 110:363–64, 382; on gradual emancipation, 75:4, 14, 106, 109; grave of, 105:667; and the Greek revolution against Turkey, 107:564–66; horse breeding and racing of, 100:473–96; and the Hungarian revolution, 107:572–76; illus., 100:429, 441, 452, 474, 105:200, 106:497, 509, 543, 107:557; on James Madison, 100:471; and James Monroe, 100:428, 445; and Jefferson Davis, 107:259–60; and Jeffersonianism, 100:434, 457; John F. Kennedy on, 100:426; and John Quincy Adams, 100:444–45, 447, 107:552–57; and John Tyler, 100:445, 447–48; and Joseph Holt, 106:389; Ky. power base of, 78:123–39; Latin American diplomacy of, 107:554–60, 567; law office, 68:82; lawyer for Aaron Burr, 76:107–8; legacy of, 100:423–26, 453–72; letters of, 77:263–65; Lexington, Ky., 100:53–54, 433–35; in literature, 68:285, 287; and Louis Kossuth, 107:575–76; nationalism of, 106:559–61, 563–65; on office of governor, 102:1, 2; opposition to Mexican War, 107:571; opposition to state capital at Frankfort, Ky., 104:251; and the Panama Congress, 107:556–60, 567; papers of, 107:552; Papers of Henry Clay, review essay, 82:72–76; and the politics of compromise, 85:1–28, 202; portrait, 101:23; and the presidential campaign of 1844, 68:17–36; and the Raleigh letter, 107:571; religion of, 106:219, 502–4, 541–44, 562; roundtable discussion of, 100:427–72; and secession, 106:512, 110:235–36; and the secession issue in Ky., 110:243–63; as secretary of state, 100:449–50; as senator, 100:455–63; and slavery, 69:321, 323, 70:1, 11–12, 73:45, 47, 259, 74:195, 196, 106:505–8, 552–53, 565–70; and slavery in the District of Columbia, 68:132–46; as Speaker of the House, 100:454–55; speech at Georgetown, Ky., 105:208; support for the War of 1812, 105:199–201; support for William Henry Harrison, 105:205; supports gradual emancipation, 102:23; and the Supreme Court, 94:353–62; and the Texas annexation issue, 107:568–72; Thomas D. Clark commentary on, 103:320, 403–5; and trade with British West Indies, 107:560–64; at Transylvania, 76:269; and Unionism, 106:412; and the U.S. Constitution, 110:380; and the Whig Party, 106:312; and William Henry Harrison, 100:445, 447–48, 462; will of, 100:437, 481

Clay, Henry III, 106:11–12, 40; birth of, 106:9; death of, 110:262; education of, 106:10

Clay, Henry Jr., 73:38, 81:359, 89:39, 90:336, 95:276, 280, 100:430, 451, 488, 106:545; appointment to Second Kentucky Infantry, illus., 106:11; birth of, 106:6; burial of, 106:40–42; career of, 106:8–10; death of, 106:40, 110:247; education of, 106:6–7; horse breeding of, 100:493–94; identified, 100:435; illus., 100:439; injury of, 106:12, 18–19, 22, 30–31; killed, 100:464; marriage and family, 106:9–10; marriage of, 100:437; Mexican burial place of, illus., 106:39; during Mexican War, 106:5–42; Mexican War journal of, 106:12–37; Mexican War journal of, illus., 106:23; pistols of, illus., 106:13; portrait of, illus., 106:7; relationship with Zachary Taylor, 106:37

Clay, James B..: and Ashland, 100:436–37, 443, 584

Clay, James B.: and Ashland, 110:245–46; Federal occupation of Ky., 110:338

Clay, James B..: horse breeding of, 100:486–88, 494, 496; identified, 100:435; illus., 100:484; relations with family, 100:435–37, 443

Clay, James B. Jr.: horse breeding of, 100:494

Clay, James W.: and Douglas M. Orr Jr., and Alfred W. Stuart, eds., North Carolina Atlas: Portrait Of A Changing Southern State, reviewed, 75:76–77

Clay, John, 79:242

Clay, John Cathcart Johnston, 100:494

Clay, John Morrison: horse breeding of, 100:438–39, 479–87, 494–95; identified, 100:435; illus., 100:480

Clay, John T., 89:157

Clay, Josephine Russell Erwin: horse breeding of, 100:482, 485–86, 493; illus., 100:483

Clay, Julia Prather: death of, 106:9–10; marriage of, 106:9

Clay, Ky.: desegregation in, 101:244, 104:448, 109:361

Clay, Laura, 72:342, 347, 349–50, 352, 354–55, 358–62, 83:28, 90:77, 83, 84, 93:25, 33, 36, 39; and the Nineteenth Amendment, 93:4–24; oratory of, 73:356, 385–89

Clay, Laura (1816–1817), 99:251, 252, 298, 100:435, 101:4

Clay, Lucius, 70:333–34

Clay, Lucretia Hart, 69:191, 90:75, 77, 94:372, 96:313, 98:75, 100:435, 106:10, 110:244; agricultural interests of, 100:438–40; birth of Henry Clay Jr., 106:6; child raising of, 100:440–42; described, 100:431, 440–43, 475; family relations of, 100:430–31, 435–38, 440–43; identified, 100:430–31; illus., 100:441

Clay, Lucy, 89:156

Clay, Mariah Pepper, 94:364–95

Clay, Maria Julia Prather: marriage of, 100:437

Clay, Marshall T., 89:157

Clay, Martha: birth of, 106:9

Clay, Mary Jane Warfield, 73:269, 90:77, 93:4

Clay, Matilda: birth of, 106:9

Clay, Mrs. Caddie, 89:156

Clay, Mrs. Cassius M., 68:27

Clay, Mrs. Clement C., 80:385

Clay, Mrs. James B.: during Civil War, 108:93

Clay, Nannie, 106:40

Clay, Porter, 68:277

Clay, Samuel H.: Paris, Ky., 105:392

Clay, Susan, 94:378–81, 384–85, 389

Clay, Susan Jacob, 94:367, 100:436, 438, 488

Clay, Theodore Wythe, 100:430, 435, 441–42, 452

Clay, Thomas Hart: agricultural interests of, 100:438; business failure of, 100:435–36; identified, 100:435; illus., 100:436; problems of, 100:430, 435–37, 441–42

Clay, Thomas Jacob: horse breeding of, 100:495

Clay, Thomas Julian, 106:10; birth of, 106:9

Clay, Tom, 94:373–74, 382

Clay, Tommie, 106:40

Clay, Virginia Tunstall, 73:423–24

Clay County, Ky., 72:251, 88:7, 94:270, 95:64; 1956 senatorial campaign in, 104:562; and the Appalachian Volunteers, 107:347–48; education in, 80:432–43; free African Americans in, 109:300; and public school reform, 109:45, 56

Clay family: article about, 94:363–95

Clay High School: high school girls' basketball at, 109:178

Clay-Jackson Community Agency: and the War on Poverty, 107:412



Clay Memorial, The, by H. B. Skinner, 106:539–40, 557

Claypool, James C.: Images of America: Kentucky's Bluegrass Music, noted, 107:631; and Paul Tenkotte, eds., The Encyclopedia of Northern Kentucky, reviewed, 107:419–20

Clay Seminary (North Middletown, Ky.), 73:140

Clayson, William: book review by, 106:294–95

Claysville, Ky., 76:150–51; African American settlement near, 104:515, 105:389; creation of, 105:392

Clayton, Antitrust Act (1914), 75:42

Clayton, Bruce: and John A. Salmond, The South Is Another Land: Essays on the Twentieth-Century South, reviewed, 86:192–94; W. J. Cash: A Life, reviewed, 89:421–22

Clayton, Denise G., 99:280–81

Clayton, Graham, 104:462

Clayton, John M., 75:298, 89:47; and the Hungarian revolution, 107:572

Clayton, Will, 78:354

Clayton Antitrust Act (1914), 72:198, 79:144

Clay Trustee (horse), 100:453

Clay Villa (Lexington, Ky.), 100:437

Clayville, Tenn.: economic impact of Civil War on, 103:672–73

Clear Branch, Tenn., 110:57

Clear Creek (Ky.), 72:235

Clear Creek (Shelby County, Ky.), 68:99–100; projectile points, 68:147–70

Clear Creek Presbyterian Church (Woodford County, Ky.): and James Blythe, 102:24

Clear Fork Creek (Ky.), 94:51



Clearing in the Distance, A: Frederick Law Olmsted and America in the Nineteenth Century, by Witold Rybczynski: reviewed, 98:224–25

Clearing in the Sky & Other Stories, by Jesse Stuart: reviewed, 83:69–70

Clear Springs: A Memoir, by Bobbie Ann Mason: reviewed, 97:205–7

Cleary, Patricia: World, the Flesh, and the Devil, The: A History of Colonial St. Louis, reviewed, 110:99–101

Cleaveland's Cabinet: in Mammoth Cave, 68:334, 336

Cleaver, Amos, 69:58, 61

Cleaver, Mrs.—: and John T. Harrington, 105:666

Cleaver, Reverend ——: Young Ladies Academy of, 73:140

Cleburne, Patrick R., 94:162, 97:254; and the arming of slaves, 107:185–86

Clegg, Claude A. III: book review by, 108:296–98; Troubled Ground: A Tale of Murder, Lynching, and Reckoning in the New South, reviewed, 109:260–62

Cleghorn, Reese, 109:409

Cleland, Horace Thomas, 74:107

Cleland, Thomas, 69:230, 74:100, 104, 106

Clemenceau, Georges, 70:69

Clemens, Guershom, 69:267–68

Clemens, Livy, 72:140

Clemens, Samuel: See Mark Twain

Clemens, Samuel L.: See Twain, Mark

Clement, Elizabeth Alice: Love for Sale: Courting, Treating, and Prostitution in New York City, 1900-1945, reviewed, 105:142–43

Clement, Frank, 99:40

Clement, Hugh W., 97:200

Clements, Earle C., 71:247–48, 251, 75:328, 76:126, 128, 79:230, 84:397–98, 400–403, 406, 408–9, 411, 414, 417–19, 85:154, 90:87, 96:300, 99:5, 13, 104:553, 555–56, 570, 591, 105:2, 107:330; administration of, 104:519–24; Edward F. Prichard's evaluation of, 104:594; and electric co-ops, 104:511; and Lyndon Johnson, 104:575; pardon of Edward F. Prichard, 104:538; personality of, 104:522–24; political campaigns of, 104:510–11, 515–19, 536, 544–46, 557, 560–62, 582–84, 587–88; relationship with A. B. "Happy" Chandler, 104:576–79; relationship with Bert Combs, 104:565, 573–76, 578–79, 581; relationship with Edward F. Prichard, 104:509–10, 512–13; relationship with Ned Breathitt, 104:599–600; relationship with the Kennedys, 104:577; tax problems, 104:524, 562–63, 576–77; and the truck deal, 104:574–75

Clements, Gladys Fuller Mahoney: and tobacco farming, 108:336–37

Clements, John A., 84:299

Clements, Joseph: Louisville magistrate, 102:365

Clements, Kendrick A.: book reviews by, 103:589–90, 104:343–45

Clements family, 68:264

Clemmon, J. H., 69:121

Clemson, Thomas G., 71:323

Clendenen, Clarence C., 71:200

Clermont (Madison County, Ky.), 73:374

Clermont County, Ohio: members of Ky. Regiment from, 105:572, 599



Cleveland (Ohio) Gazette: on lynching, 84:274

Cleveland (Ohio) Herald, 74:311

Cleveland (Ohio) Plain-Dealer: on Matt Ward trial, 84:116, 131

Cleveland, —: Versailles, Ky., 109:68

Cleveland, Grover, 68:7, 40, 70:82, 74:254, 75:112–13, 119, 191–92, 76:22, 25–26, 29, 297, 78:230, 239, 88:47–48, 91:38, 40, 92:32, 40, 93:296, 96:352–53, 105:462; reelection in 1892, 108:362, 366

Cleveland, Henry Whitney, 70:116

Cleveland, Ohio, 68:30, 72:51, 272, 94:290, 95:421, 98:245, 99:103, 110:334, 540, 542; African Americans in, 110:541; Appalachian migration to, 107:350; John S. Rarey in, 108:207; organized crime in, 98:344–45, 346, 362; school board, 98:182; soldier-rehabilitation school in, 110:56; supply depot near, 104:12

Cleveland, Parker, 79:311

Cleveland, Stephen Grover, 69:192

Cleveland Browns, 109:406

Cleveland family: slaves of, 110:318–19

Cleveland Panthers, 97:425, 427, 439–40

Cleves, Rachel Hope: book review by, 104:798–99

Clevidence, Mr. ——, 73:189

Click, Patricia C.: book review by, 109:490–92

Clifford, Clark, 76:118, 90:140

Clifford, Geraldine J., 89:82–83

Clifford, J. Garry: book reviews by, 89:424–25, 93:117–18; and Samuel R. Spencer Jr., The First Peacetime Draft, reviewed, 85:386–88

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

Clifford B. Harmon & Company (N.Y.): land development by, 107:61

Clifford Waller Barrett Library, 68:3

"Cliffs" (Pepper family summer home), 94:368, 374, 379, 381

Clift, Charles L. Sr., 69:i

Clift, G. Glenn, 80:80; bibliography of, 69:iii–viii; biographical sketch of, 69:i–ii; death, 101:35; Governors of Kentucky, 75:325; introduced to Thomas D. Clark, 103:48; Ky. Historical Society, 101:30, 31; Register editor, 101:2, 34; "Second Census" of Kentucky–1800, reviewed, 69:173–74

Clift, Mary Ethel (Tomlin): i (Jan.)

Clift, Mrs. Virginia, 70:351

Clifton, ——, 89:27, 29

Clifton, Ky., 69:18, 20–21

Clifton Lodge (Daviess County, Ky.), 69:4

Clifton's Creek (Ky.), 70:170

Clinch, Nancy Gager: The Kennedy Neurosis: A Psychological Portrait of an American Dynasty, reviewed, 72:63–64

Clinch River (Tenn., Va.), 70:288, 292, 71:404, 72:227

Cline, Henry M., 81:34, 50

Cline, L. E. Gene, 99:217

Cline, Perry, 87:392, 394, 396–97, 399–400, 401, 402

Cline, Second Lieutenant ——, 73:412

Clinkenbeard, David N.: book notes by, 85:391, 86:313, 407, 91:124, 97:237–38

Clinkenbeard, William, 91:318; memories of frontier Ky. agriculture, 107:6–7, 11–12, 23, 26

Clinkenbeard family, 102:462

Clinton (Ky.) Democrat, 78:346

Clinton, Catherine: ed., Half Sisters of History: Southern Women and the American Past, reviewed, 93:374–75; ed., Southern Families at War: Loyalty and Conflict in the Civil War South, reviewed, 100:82–83; and Michele Gillespie, eds., Taking Off the White Gloves: Southern Women and Women Historians, reviewed, 98:127–28; Mrs. Lincoln: A Biography, 106:436; and Nina Silber, eds., Battle Scars: Gender and Sexuality in the American Civil War, reviewed, 104:724–25; Tara Revisited: Women, War, and the Plantation Legend, reviewed, 93:480–82

Clinton, DeWitt, 72:45, 51, 74:54–55, 57

Clinton, Henry, 71:447, 72:279

Clinton, Ky., 72:301, 76:22, 98:261; Alben W. Barkley in, 78:343–61

Clinton, Robert Lowry: Marbury v. Madison and Judicial Review, reviewed, 89:91–92

Clinton, William Jefferson, 92:73, 97:126–27, 99:41, 279, 282, 101:409; and African Americans, 106:534; empowerment-zone legislation of, 107:397; visit to eastern Ky., 107:398

Clinton College (Clinton, Ky.), 78:347

Clinton County, Ky., 79:122–23, 134, 100:11–12, 15; Federal occupation of, 110:339; and Garlin M. Conner, 110:67–68, 70

Clintonville, Ky., 73:137, 142

Clintonville Precinct (Bourbon County, Ky.), 104:417

Clio's Favorites: Leading Historians of the United States, 1945–2000, by Robert A. Rutland, reviewed, 99:203–4

Clio's Southern Sisters: Interviews with Leaders of the Southern Association for Women Historians, edited by Constance B. Schultz and Elizabeth Hayes Turner: reviewed, 102:586–88

Cloak and Dollar: A History of American Secret Intelligence, by Rhodri Jeffreys-Jones: reviewed, 100:556–57

Closing Arguments: Clarence Darrow on Religion, Law, and Society, by S. T. Joshi: reviewed, 104:757–59

Closing with the Enemy: How GIs Fought the War in Europe, 1944-1945, by Michael D. Doubler: reviewed, 94:94–95

Clotfelter, Charles T.: After Brown: The Rise and Retreat of School Desegregation, reviewed, 102:440–44

Cloud, Barbara: book review by, 100:264–65

Cloud, Caleb: ministry in Lexington, Ky., 106:222–23

Cloud, Daniel William, 71:12, 14, 16, 25

Cloud, John B., 71:13

Clouse, Robert G., 71:329

Clover Bend, Ark., 94:281

Clover Creek, 68:99

Clover Fork (Ky.), 107:471, 495

Cloverfork Museum (Highsplint, Ky.), 107:474–75, 496–97, 501–4, 506, 508–9; illus., 107:474

Cloverport, Ky., 70:136

Cloyd, Benjamin G.: book review by, 106:271–72; Haunted by Atrocity: Civil War Prisons in American Memory, reviewed, 108:422–24

Clugston, W. G., 91:188

Cluke, Roy S., 71:179–80, 428, 432–34, 88:150

Clute, Charles C.: and George A. Ellsworth, 108:18

Clyde, Ohio, 73:306

Clymer, Kenton: book review by, 101:370–71

CNN, 105:254

Co, Tran Quang, 95:298, 299

Coach Cave (Barren County, Ky.), 77:261

Coahuila, Texas, 71:1–2, 5, 95, 97


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