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



Download 12.95 Mb.
Page21/112
Date conversion15.02.2016
Size12.95 Mb.
1   ...   17   18   19   20   21   22   23   24   ...   112

Coal Age, 73:166

Coal: A Human History, by Barbara Freese: noted, 103:847

Coal Branch Valley (Greenup County, Ky.), 68:224

Coal Fuel Oil Company (Colorado), 97:29

Coal in Appalachia: An Economic Analysis, by Curtis E. Harvey: reviewed, 85:264–65

coal industry, 107:486; in Appalachia and the War on Poverty, 107:307–38, 389–91; and Appalachian unemployment, 107:313–15; boom-and-bust cycle of, 107:313–14; Carl D. Perkins's support for, 107:319–27; coal reserves in Ky., 80:429; and the cold war, 107:320–27; difficulties in the global economy, 107:311–13; and flood-control in eastern Ky., 107:332–35, 337–38; in Harlan County, 86:119–41, 107:471–72, 475, 478–511; and poverty in eastern Ky., 107:336–38; synthetic-fuels research, 107:326–27, 338; and truck mines, 107:317–19; union activity in eastern Ky., 86:216–29; and the United Mine Workers of America, 73:150–70; in West Virginia, 107:374



Coal Miner's Daughter (film), 96:129

Coal Miners' Memorial Park (Benham, Ky.), 107:504



Coal Mining Safety in the Progressive Period: The Political Economy of Reform, by William Graebner: reviewed, 75:147–48

Coalmining Women (film), 96:135

Coal Towns: Life, Work, and Culture in Company Towns of Southern Appalachia, 1880–1960, by Crandall A. Shifflett: reviewed, 90:306–7

Coan, James P.: Con Thien: The Hill of Angels, reviewed, 102:449–52

Coast and Geodetic Survey: in Ky., 80:415, 421, 423–24, 426, 429

Coates, Albert, 80:140



Coat of Many Colors, A: Religion and Society along the Cape Fear River of North Carolina, by Walter H. Conser Jr.: reviewed, 105:102–3

Cobb, Frank I., 70:144

Cobb, G. D., 79:330

Cobb, Gideon D., 77:206, 79:330

Cobb, Howard, 107:198–200

Cobb, Howell, 106:388, 512; qualifications for president of the Confederate States of America, 101:419, 436

Cobb, Irvin S., 74:44, 76:309, 313, 79:354, 92:154, 162, 169, 96:250, 255–56, 264, 98:93; Lincoln centennial celebration in Ky., 106:473

Cobb, James C.: Away Down South: A History of Southern Identity, reviewed, 104:785–87; Industrialization & Southern Society, 1877–1984, reviewed, 83:160–61; The Most Southern Place on Earth: The Mississippi Delta and the Roots of Regional Identity, reviewed, 92:104–6

Cobb, J. H.: and the U.S. Marine Corps Reserve, 110:158

Cobb, John H., 100:131–32

Cobb, Margaret: and Richard K. Showman, and Robert E. McCarthy, eds., The Papers of General Nathanael Greene, vol. 1, December 1766–December 1776; vol. 2, January 1977–16 October 1778, reviewed, 80:98–100

Cobb, R. L., 74:188, 79:330

Cobb, Robert, 72:300, 304; during Civil War, 97:175–79, 182

Cobb, Thomas W., 73:244

Cobb, Ty, 85:152

Cobb, Williamson R. W., 80:385

Cobbet, William: on grammar, 101:486–87; visit to U.S., 90:38

Cobb family (Lyon County, Ky.), 80:403

Cobb Hotel (Paducah, Ky.): during 1937 flood, 102:187, 194–96, 198–203

Cobbler in Congress: The Life of Henry Wilson, 1812–1875, by Richard H. Abbott: reviewed, 71:114–17

Coben, Stanley: Rebellion Against Victorianism: The Impetus for Cultural Change in 1920s America, reviewed, 90:311–12

Coburn, Charles, 96:331

Coburn, John, 97:389–90

Coburn, Marion, 68:228

Coburn family, 68:228

Coca-Cola Company (Covington, Ky.): desegregation of, 109:382

Coca-Cola Company (Louisville, Ky.): civil rights protests at, 109:375

Cochan, Judge—, 95:421

Cochise Indians, 70:231

Cochran, Andrew M. J., 87:139, 141, 98:188, 192–96, 202

Cochran, B. F., 74:103

Cochran, John O., 95:16

Cochran, Thomas: New York University, 105:82

Cochrane, John, 80:293

Cochrane, Thomas, 72:168

Cockburn family: See Coburn family

Cocke, Daniel F., 79:126

Cocke, Jesse, 76:274, 278

Cocke, John, 76:278

Cocke, Otho, 76:278

Cocke, Samuel, 76:278

Cocke, William, 72:394, 397

Cockerill, Mrs.—, 91:160, 165

Cockfield, Jamie H.: book review by, 100:66–67

Cockrum, William, 109:321–22

Cocks, Catherine: Doing the Town: The Rise of Urban Tourism in the United States, 1850–1915, reviewed, 100:93–94

Cocks, Sally, 76:279

Codding, Ichabod, 69:179

Code-Name Downfall: The Secret Plan to Invade Japan—And Why Truman Dropped the Bomb, by Thomas B. Allen and Norman Polmar: reviewed, 94:200–201

Codename Greenkill: The 1979 Greensboro Killings, by Elizabeth Wheaton: reviewed, 86:196–98

Cody, William F., 100:499

Coe, Stephen H.: book notes by, 82:209, 91:243–44, 93:507; book reviews by, 76:246–47, 80:232–33, 85:170–71, 89:90–91, 407–8, 91:85–86, 431, 93:218–19

Coenen, Craig R.: From Sandlots to the Super Bowl: The National Football League, 1920–1967, reviewed, 104:209–10

Coens, Thomas: book review by, 105:707–10

Cofer, Jesse, 83:6

Cofer, Martin H., 93:406

Cofer, Reubin, 89:14

Coffee, William M., 99:355, 359

Coffin, J. A.: "History of the Whig Party in Kentucky," 73:215

Coffin, Levi: and the Underground Railroad, 109:320

"Coffle Gang": illus., 106:321

Coffman, Edward M., 99:95, 97, 100:127; "A Younger Brother of the Greatest Generation," 100:129–38; biographical sketch of, 107:163–64; book note by, 93:509–10; book reviews by, 72:182–83, 287, 75:65–66, 78:84–86, 84:97–98, 88:335–36, 100:102–3, 103:590–92, 104:132–34; career of, 103:299, 104:683–84; Forrest C. Pogue's influence on, 104:679–84; illus., 100:132–33, 137, 138, 104:677, 107:167; interview with on the new military history, 99:123–52; and the Jefferson Davis symposium, 107:142–43, 166, 169, 172, 178–79, 181–82, 185, 192, 197–98, 206, 237, 243–44, 256; "Memories of Forrest C. Pogue, Oral History Pioneer and One of Kentucky's Greatest Historians," 104:675–84; The Old Army: A Portrait of the American Army in Peacetime, 1784–1898, reviewed, 84:425–26; and oral history, 104:389–90; Thomas D. Clark letter to, 103:299; and Thomas D. Clark memorial issue, 103:5–6; The War to End All Wars: The American Military Experience in World War I, noted, 97:242

Coffman, Howard B. Jr., 100:131–32, 135; illus., 100:132

Coffman, Jennifer B., 99:282

Coffman, Mada Wright: illus., 100:132

Cogar, James: introduced to Thomas D. Clark, 103:48

Cogar, William B.: Dictionary of Admirals of the U.S. Navy, vol. 1, 1862–1900, noted, 88:491

Cogel, John H., 108:24

Cogliano, Francis D.: Thomas Jefferson: Reputation and Legacy, reviewed, 105:292–93

Cogolin, France: during World War II, 110:79

Cohen, Benjamin, 104:431, 450, 492, 495; and the Destroyer Deal, 104:485; and Felix Frankfurter's Supreme Court appointment, 104:456; oral history interviews of, 104:622–23

Cohen, I. Bernard: Benjamin Franklin's Science, 105:250

Cohen, Jacob: Daniel Boone's surveys for, 102:550

Cohen, James, 80:387

Cohen, Lester: reporting on Harlan County, Ky., 107:485–88, 494, 502, 512

Cohen, Max: Civil War service of, 110:171

Cohen, Naomi W.: Americanization of Zionism, 1897–1948, The, reviewed, 102:129–31

Cohen, Robert: and Reginald E. Zelnik, eds., The Free Speech Movement: Reflections on Berkeley in the 1960s, reviewed, 100:568–70

Cohen, Ronald D.: Rainbow Quest: The Folk Music Festival and American Society, 1940–1970, reviewed, 101:391–92

Cohen, Warren I.: See Iriye, Akira

Cohen, William: At Freedom's Edge: Black Mobility and the Southern White Quest for Racial Control, 1861–1915, reviewed, 90:202–3

Cohn, Alfred, 104:459, 462

Cohn, M.: Civil War service of, 110:169

Cohn, Mrs. Alfred, 104:459

Cohodas, Nadine: The Band Played Dixie: Race and the Liberal Conscience at Ole Miss, reviewed, 95:453–55

Coinage Act (1873), 76:23

Coining Corruption: The Making of the American Campaign Finance System, by Kurt Hohenstein: reviewed, 106:126–27

Coit, Thomas W., 69:64, 79:316

Coke, Ben H.: John May Jr. of Virginia: His Descendants and Their Land, reviewed, 74:243–44

Coke, John Todd: book review by, 97:203–5

Coke, Sir Edward, 91:132

Coke, Van Deren, 78:213–14

Coker, Joe L.: Liquor in the Land of the Lost Cause: Southern White Evangelicals and the Prohibition Movement, reviewed, 106:123–24

Colbert, Alexander, 71:135–36, 81:11–12

Colbert, Claudette, 98:423

Colbert, George, 92:159

Colbert, James, 69:252–55, 271

Colbert, William, 92:159

Cold Harbor, Virginia: battle of, 101:441

Cold Mountain (2003), 110:462

cold war: and coal industry, 107:320–27; and Franklin D. Roosevelt, 102:311–12; impact on Louisville's civil rights movement, 104:217–20; and McCarthyism, 102:315; Thomas D. Clark commentary on, 103:238; and the War on Poverty in Appalachia, 107:305



Cold War and the Color Line: American Race Relations in the Global Arena, The, by Thomas Borstelmann: reviewed, 100:253–55

Cold War Diplomacy: American Foreign Policy, 1945-1975, by Norman A. Graebner, 107:552

Cold War Patriot and Statesman: Richard M. Nixon, edited by Leon Friedman and William F. Levantrosser: noted, 93:384

Cole, A. E., 93:410

Cole, Arthur H.: Thomas D. Clark letters to, 103:218–19, 399–400

Cole, Charles C.: A Fragile Capital: Identity and the Early Years of Columbus, Ohio, reviewed, 99:174–76

Cole, Charles C. Jr.: Lion of the Forest: James B. Finley, Frontier Reformer, reviewed, 94:179–80

Cole, Donald B.: book review by, 84:428–29; A Jackson Man: Amos Kendall and the Rise of American Democracy, reviewed, 102:225–26; The Presidency of Andrew Jackson, reviewed, 92:211–12

Cole, George, 84:131

Cole, Harry A., 110:553

Cole, I. Willis, 110:544

Cole, Joe, 76:151

Cole, Kizzy, 76:152

Cole, Thomas, 71:314

Cole, Wayne S.: book reviews by, 82:201–2, 86:302–3; Roosevelt & the Isolationists, 1932–1945, reviewed, 82:203–4

Coleman, ——, 68:219

Coleman, Bill: Trumpet Story, noted, 90:426–27

Coleman, Burnetta Z., 73:98–99

Coleman, Clell, 84:27

Coleman, David G.: book review by, 100:559–61

Coleman, George, 70:67

Coleman, Jennie, 98:58

Coleman, Joe, 98:393

Coleman, John, 88:157

Coleman, John V., 110:552

Coleman, John Winston: estate of, 103:699–700

Coleman, J. T., 75:116

Coleman, J. Winston Jr., 68:289, 72:276, 73:382, 74:129, 75:155, 325, 80:73, 87, 142, 82:77, 89:340, 342, 91:68, 92:23, 96:184–85, 103:55, 60; book collection of, 103:64; book reviews by, 68:272–75, 280–81, 74:322, 323, 80:450–52; Collected Writings of J. Winston Coleman Jr., reviewed, 68:274–75; collection of, 68:291; collections of, 103:700–701, 705–7; criticism of Harriet Beecher Stowe's Uncle Tom's Cabin, 103:698; engineering career of, 103:705; evaluations of Slavery Times in Kentucky, 103:691–726, 707–9; family of, 103:699–700; Famous Kentucky Duels, reviewed, 68:184–85; historiographical position of Slavery Times in Kentucky, 103:698–99, 722–26; illus., 103:49, 345, 695, 702, 706, 711, 714; introduced to Thomas D. Clark, 103:48; and Jack W. Oldham, editors, Kentucky's Bicentennial Family Register, reviewed, 77:218–19; Ky. bibliography of, 69:288–89; "mildness" of slavery in Ky., 103:694–99; personality of, 103:703–4; racial views of, 103:701–2; romantic view of Old South, 103:701–2; self-description, 103:704; Sketches of Kentucky's Past, reviewed, 78:261–62; Slavery Times in Kentucky, evaluations of, 102:692–94, 103:692–94; The Squire's Memoirs, reviewed, 75:55, 57; The Squire's Sketches of Lexington, reviewed, 71:220–21; Stage-Coach Days in the Bluegrass: Being an Account of Stage-Coach Travel and Tavern Days in Lexington and Central Kentucky, 1800-1900, noted, 94:343; and Thomas D. Clark, and Lawrence S. Thompson, eds., Kentucky: A Pictorial History, reviewed, 70:156–58; Thomas D. Clark commentary on, 103:344–46; Three Kentucky Artists: Hart, Price, Troye, reviewed, 73:322–24; view of Underground Railroad, 103:698; William H. Townsend; Scholar, Raconteur, Lawyer, noted, 79:301; Winburn Farm, 103:702–3; works of, 103:704–5

Coleman, Kenneth: ed., A History of Georgia, reviewed, 76:318–20

Coleman, Kenneth M.: and George C. Herring, eds., The Central American Crisis: Sources of Conflict and the Failure of U.S. Policy, noted, 85:101

Coleman, Paris Roscoe, 98:58

Coleman, Q. B., 97:298

Coleman, Richard, 90:180, 98:58

Coleman, Robert H., 99:136

Coleman, R. T.: land development by, 107:55, 57, 59

Coleman, Terry: Going to America, reviewed, 72:71–73

Coleman, William S., 93:459, 460

Coleman, William T. Jr., 99:41

Coles, Harry L.: book reviews by, 83:287–88, 85:191–92

Coles, Jacob, 92:134

Coles, Robert, 107:371

Coles County, Ill.: Lincoln family in, 106:364; move of Lincoln family to, 108:181

Coletta, Paolo E.: book notes by, 91:368, 94:220–21; book reviews by, 79:292–94, 80:475–77, 82:311–12, 84:91–93, 87:185–86, 88:481–83, 89:224–25, 90:211–12, 418–19, 93:113–15, 95:111–12; William Jennings Bryan, reviewed, 68:273–74

Colfax, Schuyler, 75:216, 76:209, 247, 106:422

Colfax Massacre (1873), 110:560

Colgan, James: See McColgan, James

Colgan, John, 98:73

Colgrove, James: State of Immunity: The Politics of Vaccination in Twentieth-Century America, reviewed, 105:733–34

Collamer, Jacob: and slave confiscation, 110:383

Collapse of the Confederacy, by Mark Grimsley and Brooks D. Simpson: reviewed, 99:79–81

Collected Poetry of Abraham Lincoln, The, introduction by Paul M. Angle: reviewed, 71:202–3

Collected Works of Abraham Lincoln, The, edited by Roy P. Basler, 73:195, 427

Collected Works of Abraham Lincoln, The: Supplement, 1832–1865, edited by Roy P. Basler: reviewed, 73:328–29

Collected Writings of Frederic Remington, edited by Peggy and Harold Samuels: reviewed, 78:185–88

Collected Writings of J. Winston Coleman Jr.: reviewed, 68:274–75

College Football, by John Sayle Watterson: reviewed, 99:192–94

College Football and America: Culture in the Cold War Era, by Kurt Edward Kemper: reviewed, 107:291–93

College for Appalachia: Alice Lloyd on Caney Creek, by P. David Searles: reviewed, 94:68–69

College Hill (Bowling Green, Ky.), 70:173, 178



College Life in the Old South, by E. Merton Coulter: noted, 82:208

College of Charleston (Charleston, S.C.), 81:67

College of Education (University of Ky.): educational leadership at, 93:307–32

College of New Jersey (Princeton, N.J.), 106:172

College of the Bible (Lexington, Ky.), 74:112, 116, 121, 230; and civil rights protests in Lexington, Ky., 109:365

College of William and Mary (________________, _______________), 68:320

College of William and Mary (Williamsburg, Va.), 73:366

Collender, James T., 73:76

Collett, Mary: letter of, 103:645

Colley, Sister Rose, Louisville, Ky., 104:240

Collier, Daniel R., 98:49, 68, 96

Collier, John, 85:295

Collier, Malinda W.: et al., White House of the Confederacy: An Illustrated History, noted, 92:118

Collier, Morris S., 86:243, 250, 251, 252, 257

Collier, Sherman, 98:56

Collier, William H., 98:49, 62, 65, 68, 80

Collier family, 69:257

Collier's, 91:195, 107:213; and farmers' Chautauquas, 92:272; on Knott County education, 91:188; on World Series (1919), 82:359

Collin, Richard H.: Theodore Roosevelt, Culture, Diplomacy, and Expansion: A New View of American Imperialism, reviewed, 84:330–32; Theodore Roosevelt's Caribbean: The Panama Canal, the Monroe Doctrine,and the Latin American Context, reviewed, 89:317–18

Collin County, Texas, 71:91

Collings, William E., 68:185

Collingsworth, George M., 71:98

Collins: melungeon family name, 102:211

Collins, Arnold, 83:126–27

Collins, Basil, 107:502–3; interview with, 107:495

Collins, Bill, 82:211

Collins, David, 90:155, 158–59

Collins, Elisha, 81:129

Collins, Floyd, 78:262–64, 84:365, 98:390

Collins, George, Frankfort, Ky., 104:412

Collins, James Lawton Jr.: and David G. Chandler, eds., The D-Day Encyclopedia, reviewed, 92:338–39

Collins, James R.: "In Memoriam to Walter Allerton Wentworth," 70:61–62

Collins, J. Lawton: Lightning Joe: An Autobiography, reviewed, 79:298–300

Collins, Joel, 69:201

Collins, Josiah, 81:120, 83:7; memories of frontier Ky. agriculture, 107:7, 9, 11, 19

Collins, Lewis, 68:108–9, 287, 69:184, 70:17, 71:464–65, 75:242, 88:249, 92:244, 103:48; and Richard H. Collins, History of Kentucky, 72:229, 237, 78:194, 86:55; works of, 103:704–5

Collins, Marla Ann, 99:215, 229

Collins, Martha Layne, 90:64, 102:74; biographical sketch of, 82:211–13; illus., 82:212; interview with, 99:213–48; "power suit" of, 99:302; and public school reform, 109:44, 49–55, 59; and Steven L. Beshear, 106:3; and Toyota recruitment, 99:240–45, 247, 267; as trailblazer in Ky. politics, 99:213–21, 224–29, 233–37, 264–68

Collins, Mary, 90:158

Collins, Mary Eleanor Peers, 75:242

Collins, Mrs. Ruth, 107:55

Collins, Orell, 77:292, 83:129

Collins, Patsy, 90:158

Collins, Richard H., 68:108–9, 322, 75:242, 80:86, 89:262, 92:244, 94:402, 95:56; and his History of Kentucky, 70:17–20, 51, 322; Ky. Historical Society, 101:12; and Lewis Collins, History of Kentucky, noted, 78:194; and Lewis H. Collins, History of Kentucky, 86:55; winners of award named for, 101:6

Collins, Robert F.: A History of the Daniel Boone National Forest, 1770–1970, reviewed, 75:243–44; "John Finley Arrives at Eskippakithiki," 76:153

Collins, Robert M.: Transforming America: Politics and Culture during the Reagan Years, reviewed, 105:378–80

Collins, Stephen Louis, 99:215, 229

Collins, Steve: 1991 gubernatorial primary, 102:73

Collins, Tommy, 100:136

Collins, Tony: and public school reform, 109:36–37, 41

Collins, Wayne, 90:158

Collins, William ("Bill"), 99:215, 217, 218, 229

Collins, William E. Sr.: Ways, Means and Customs of Our Forefathers, reviewed, 76:61–62

Collins, W. L., 95:395

Collins drugstore (Richmond, Ky.): civil rights protests at, 109:387

Collins family, 68:42–44, 50–51

Collins Family Papers (University of Ky.), 70:17

Collinson, Peter, 105:256

Collis, Mark, 74:116

Colmar, France: during World War II, 110:80, 85

Col. Michael Edward Masters' Hospitality–Kentucky Style, by Michael E. Masters: noted, 99:92, 93

Colombia: conflict with Spain, 107:555, 559; and the Panama Congress, 107:557; U.S. trade convention with, 107:555



Colonel Grenfell's Wars: The Life of a Soldier of Fortune, by Stephen Z. Starr: noted, 94:455–56

Colonial Dames of America, 70:334

Colonial Dames of Kentucky, 70:336

Colonial Georgia and the Creeks: Anglo-Indian Diplomacy on the Southern Frontier, 1733-1763, by John T. Juricek: reviewed, 108:119–21

Colonial Records Office (London, England): and Robert Charles O'Hara Benjamin, 109:285



Colonial Virginia: A History, by Warren M. Billings, John E. Selby, and Thad W. Tate: reviewed, 85:171–73

Colonial Williamsburg (Williamsburg, Va.): historical interpretation at, 107:255



Colonization After Emancipation: Lincoln and the Movement for Black Resettlement, by Phillip W. Magness and Sebastian N. Page: reviewed, 109:250–52

Colonization and Its Discontents: Emancipation, Emigration, and Antislavery in Antebellum Pennsylvania, by Beverly C. Tomek: reviewed, 110:201–4

Colorado, 110:536; civil rights in, 110:537–38; and slavery, 110:309; and treatment of tuberculosis, 105:650

Colorado Cavalry (Third Regiment), 95:235

Colorado River, 71:89–90, 92, 94, 97–98

Colored Agricultural and Mechanical Association (Lexington, Ky.), 89:149; founding of, 109:359

Colored Baptist Church: Nicholasville, Ky., 110:322

Colored Christian Church: Nicholasville, Ky., 110:322

Colored Educational Convention, 98:164

Colored Farmers' Alliance, 78:228

Colored Men's State Convention, 98:166

Colored Methodist Episcopal Church, 99:63

Colored Orphan Home (Louisville, Ky.), 93:167



Colored White: Transcending the Racial Past, by David R. Roediger: reviewed, 101:208–12

Color of Money, The, by Walter Tevis, 100:320

Color of the Law: Race, Violence, and Justice in the Post-World War II South, by Gail Williams O'Brien: reviewed, 98:125–27

Colors and Blood: Flag Passions of the Confederate South, by Robert E. Bonner: reviewed, 101:352–53

Colson, David Grant, 98:260; appointed colonel, 98:46; death, 98:101; described, 98:51, 101; elected to Congress, 98:43; and the Fourth Kentucky Volunteer Infantry, 98:43–102; trial, 98:97–98; wounded, 98:81

Colson, Harrison Doyle Jr., 100:127; illus., 100:195–99; sale of Victory Bonds, 100:195–200

Colson, John, 98:101

Colson, John C. Sr., 98:49–50

Colson, Julie, 83:56

Colson, Mary K. S., 98:49

Colson, William G., 98:83, 95

Colt, Samuel, 97:4

Colter, John, 72:415

Colter Barbara W., 99:274

Colton, Calvin: work cited, 68:138



Columbia (Mo.) Statesman, 75:90

Columbia (S.C.) Times: on Matt Ward trial, 84:130

Columbia, District of, 70:6

Columbia, Ky., 68:57, 69:290, 70:201, 71:411, 427, 72:20, 25, 31–33, 36, 75:126, 129; and Edgar Basil Gaither, 105:577; Federal occupation of, 110:340; John Hunt Morgan in, 108:53–55, 71–72; Parent-Teachers Association of, 95:64

Columbia, Mo., 110:541

Columbia, S.C., 75:135–36; Pierre Gustave Toutant Beauregard's headquarters in, 108:109

Columbia, Tenn., 72:375; and Lyman T. Johnson, 109:340, 347

Columbia College (Washington, D.C.), 71:393

Columbia Finance & Trust Company (Louisville, Ky.), 107:55; See Columbia Trust Company

Columbian Exposition, 99:285

Columbian University (Washington, D.C.), 70:128

Columbia Pictures, 98:423; film of All the King's Men, 104:85–86

Columbia Pictures: Portrait of a Studio, edited by Bernard F. Dick: noted, 92:128–29

Columbia Trust Company (Louisville, Ky.), 92:54, 60

Columbia University (New York, N.Y.), 69:90, 70:130, 88:179, 99:376, 110:42, 56, 424–25; Abraham Lincoln collection of, 109:203; oral history office, 104:389, 616, 618, 622

Columbine, Mary: illus., 105:452



Columbus (Ga.) Ledger: and the Fort Benning POW camp, 105:426; German POWs at Fort Benning, Ga., 105:439–40; and POW security issue, 105:448

Columbus (Ohio) Confederate News, 75:26–27

Columbus (Ohio) Crescent, 73:24, 75:20–22, 24, 27

Columbus (Ohio) Crisis, 71:333

Columbus, Christopher, 70:231, 97:124; 500th anniversary, controversy over, 104:108–10

Columbus, Ga.: and the Fort Benning POW camp, 105:426

1   ...   17   18   19   20   21   22   23   24   ...   112


The database is protected by copyright ©essaydocs.org 2016
send message

    Main page