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



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Columbus, Georgia, 1865: The Last True Battle of Civil War, by Charles A. Misulia: noted, 107:635

Columbus, Ky., 68:176, 179, 69:341, 394, 70:155, 167, 255–59, 261–64, 267, 269–73, 275–76, 73:17–20, 22–23, 25–30, 74:3, 73, 127, 185, 190, 90:57, 93:260, 94:141, 96:226, 97:10; African Americans in, 110:503–4, 506–10, 512, 514, 522; during Civil War, 99:341–43, 346, 347, 349, 356, 357, 110:375, 505; Civil War in, 68:311–15, 317; Confederate occupation of, 110:354; Confederate seizure of, 103:671, 106:454; Freedmen's Bureau in, 110:511, 517, 525



Columbus, Ky., as the Nation's Capital: Legend or Near Reality?, compiled by Allen Anthony: reviewed, 93:213–14

Columbus, Miss., 74:293, 99:363

Columbus, Ohio, 94:268, 289, 374, 375, 389, 105:206, 110:540; John S. Rarey in, 108:194, 206; Vicksburg campaign victory celebration, 103:655–56, 659

Columbus and the Age of Discovery, by Zvi Dor-Ner: reviewed, 91:84–85

Columbus Bluffs (Ky.): during Civil War, 110:451–52

Columbus Bobbs (Ohio), 97:416, 418, 422

Columbus Central Labor Union: and POW laborers, 105:430

Columbus Rochester Clothiers (Ohio), 97:411, 416

Columbus State Stoves (Ohio), 97:411, 416

Columbus Tigers (Ohio), 97:409, 422–23, 433, 435

Columbus Wagner-Pirates (Ohio), 97:417

Columbus West Siders (Ohio), 97:411–12, 416

Colvin, Benny, 68:277

Colvin, George, 82:166–67, 87:152, 93:310, 314, 315, 316, 318, 326–27, 330; controversy with Louis Gottschalk, 85:46–68

Colwell, Mr. ——, 73:182

Comanche Indians, 71:89, 90:57, 92:152, 166–67, 174, 95:229, 110:539

Combat Artist in World War II, by Edward Reep: noted, 86:101

Combat Reporter: Don Whitehead's World War II Diary and Memoirs, edited by John B. Romeiser: reviewed, 105:155–56

Combe, George, 86:341

Combs, Benjamin, 89:15

Combs, Bert T., 71:224, 72:205, 80:442, 83:195, 198, 84:400–401, 409, 418–19, 85:154, 88:326, 91:197, 201, 98:350, 361, 99:7, 216, 256, 280, 104:524, 563, 567, 572, 580–81, 598–99; administration of, 99:5–6, 21–26, 32, 48, 51, 104:519, 565–72, 577–80, 600; article about, 109:1–2; and desegregation, 109:352, 374, 415–16; Edward F. Prichard's evaluation of, 104:569–70, 594; i (Jan.); illus., 109:61; issues executive order on public accommodations, 99:21–26; Ky. Historical Society, 101:34; merit system, 104:569; political campaigns of, 104:510, 544–46, 555–58, 563–64, 580–87, 591; and public school reform, 109:38–62; relationship with A. B. "Happy" Chandler, 104:579; relationship with Earle Clements, 104:565, 573–76, 578–79, 581; relationship with Edward F. Prichard, 104:397, 548, 601; relationship with John Ed Pearce, 104:593; "William Goebel" (Boone Day Address, 1978), 76:307–13

Combs, Dan Jack, 99:280

Combs, Earle, 99:104

Combs, Josiah Henry, 80:170, 93:193

Combs, Leslie, 69:53, 325, 73:378, 80:380, 88:255, 90:333, 334; and Dudley's Defeat, 104:32–38; Dudley's regiment, 104:29; Fort Meigs, mission to, 104:22–23; illus., 104:23; Ky. Historical Society, 101:12; military career of, 104:22

Combs, Richard, 76:311

Combs, Sara Walters, 99:280

Combs, Thomas A., 79:156

Come Back to the Farm, by Jesse Stuart: listed, 102:152

Come Hither to Go Yonder: Playing Bluegrass with Bill Monroe, by Bob Black: noted, 104:810

Comer, Braxton Bragg, 78:325–26, 338



Comet Connection: Escape from Hitler's Europe, by George Watt: reviewed, 89:322–23

Comic Mark Twain Reader, The, edited by Charles Neider: reviewed, 76:74–76

Coming Struggle for Power, by John Strachey: influence on Edward F. Prichard, 104:427

Comintern Army: The International Brigades and the Spanish Civil War, by R. Dan Richardson: reviewed, 81:336–37

Comiskey, Charles, 82:385

Comm, E. D.: illus., 107:329

Commager, Henry Steele, 86:4; Commager on Tocqueville, reviewed, 92:92–94; The Empire of Reason: How Europe Imagined and America Realized the Enlightenment, reviewed, 78:270–71



Commander in Chief: Franklin Delano Roosevelt, His Lieutenants, and Their War, by Eric Larrabee: reviewed, 86:302–3

Commerce, Texas, 69:278

Commerce Department: Clements Administration, 104:519

CommerceLexington, Inc: and Steven L. Beshear, 106:3



Commercial Appeal (Memphis, Tenn.), 80:2

Commercial College of Kentucky University (Lexington, Ky.), 74:12



Commercial Gazette, 70:117

Commission on Human Rights: report to, 109:388

Commission on Interracial Cooperation, 89:344, 100:303

Committee for Kentucky, 91:195–96

Committee of 500 (Newport, Ky.), 98:354, 357, 35152, 36364

Committee of One Thousand (Ky.), 92:193

Committee of the French Democracy: and the Magniadas Lincoln medal, 109:187, 193, 195–99, 202, 204

Committee on Capital Location: report of, 104:269–70

Committee on Equal Employment Opportunity: and Alice Dunnigan, 109:289

Committee on Higher Education in Kentucky's Future: and Edward F. Prichard, 104:601

Committee on Military Affairs: Andrew J. May, 105:420–21

Committee on Open Housing (Louisville, Ky.), 104:241

Committee on Railroads and Commerce, 98:247–48

Committee on Suffrage and Elections (Ky. General Assembly), 72:348

Committee on the State Chautauqua (Ky.), 92:285–86

Commodity Credit Corporation (CCC), 84:149, 163–64, 96:71–72; charter of, 107:316



Common Houses in America's Small Towns: The Atlantic Seaboard to the Mississippi Valley, by John A. Jakle, Robert W. Bastian, and Douglas K. Meyer: reviewed, 88:365–66

"Common-Man Tradition in the Literature of the Frontier," by Thomas D. Clark, 103:125–42

Common Market, 104:502

Common Places: Readings in American Vernacular Architecture, edited by Dell Upton and John Michael Vlach: reviewed, 84:450–51

Common School Act (1884), 96:41

Common School Society: and education in Ky., 69:70

Common Thread, A: Labor, Politics, and Capital Mobility in the Textile Industry, by Beth English: reviewed, 105:327–29

Commonweal: on J. B. Matthews, 84:302; on prohibition, 92:194

Commonwealth (Frankfort, Ky.), 71:26

Commonwealth Credit Union, 109:35, 37

Commonwealth Distribution Company: and Ky. lotteries, 87:417

Commonwealth Handicap, 100:493



Commonwealth of Hope, A: The New Deal Response to Crisis, by Allan Lawson: reviewed, 105:540–41

Common Whites: Class and Culture in Antebellum North Carolina, by Bill Cecil-Fronsman: reviewed, 91:217–18

"Communazis": FBI Surveillance of German 'Emigre' Writers, by Alexander Stephan: reviewed, 99:322–24

"Communications," 80:213–16, 93:207–8

communism, 69:146, 72:83–84, 91:189, 198, 95:140, 292, 293, 107:230; and the Braden case, 104:224–25; and coal miners, 107:481; and Henry A. Wallace, 104:504; and J. B. Matthews, 84:280–300; and the Louisville civil rights movement, 104:213–14, 241–48; See alsored scare

Communism, Anti-Communism, and the Federal Courts in Missouri, 1952–1958, by Brian E. Birdnow: reviewed, 103:824–26

Communities Left Behind: The Area Redevelopment Administration, 1945-1965, by Gregory S. Wilson: reviewed, 107:289–91

Communities of Journalism: A History of American Newspapers and Their Readers, by David Paul Nord: reviewed, 100:264–65

Community Action Agencies, 107:357, 364; and the War on Poverty, 107:303



Community Colleges of Tennessee: The Founding and Early Years, edited by Roy S. Nicks: noted, 79:97–98

community college system: reform of, 102:77–78



Community on the American Frontier: Separate But Not Alone, by Robert V. Hine: reviewed, 80:229–30

Companion to Southern Literature: Themes, Genres, Places, People, Movements, and Motifs, The, edited by Joseph M. Flora and Lucinda H. MacKethan: reviewed, 100:580–81

Company A: First Kentucky Cavalry, 77:2

Company D, 192nd Tank Battalion: in the Philippines during World War II, 86:234–77

Company D, Fourth Military Police Battalion, 110:162

Company G, Second Kenucky Infantry, 94:138–73

Company K: Fifteenth Kentucky Volunteer Infantry, 77:157, 172

"Comparing Henry Clay and Abraham Lincoln," by Shearer Davis Bowman, 106:495–512

Compendium of Kentucky Humor, by John Ed McConnell: noted, 87:194–95

compensated emancipation: See Abraham Lincoln; African Americans



Complete Conviction: The Private Life of Wilson W. Wyatt Sr., by Wade Hall: reviewed, 95:305–7

Complete Guide to Kentucky State Parks, The, by Susan Reigler: noted, 107:634

Complete Tales of Washington Irving, The, edited by Charles Neider: reviewed, 75:347–48

Complete Works of Abraham Lincoln, by John Nicolay and John Hay, 73:328

Comprehensive Draft Bill (1863), 72:374

Compromise, Mo., 77:26–27, 111

Compromised Campus: The Collaboration of Universities with the Intelligence Community, 1945–1955, by Sigmund Diamond: noted, 91:247

Compromise of 1850, 68:295, 69:155, 71:457, 73:41, 46–47, 53, 74:254, 94:356–57, 362, 106:382, 497, 502, 508, 512, 107:148, 259, 110:243, 245, 254; and Henry Clay, 106:548, 554–55, 562, 564; Henry Clay and, 100:455



Compromises of Life, The, 73:383

Compromise Tariff (1833), 74:254, 94:356, 362

Compson, Quentin, 84:343, 360

Comrades and Commissars: The Lincoln Battalion in the Spanish Civil War, by Cecil Eby: reviewed, 105:543–45

Comstock, Anthony, 87:416

Comstock, John Lee, 79:311

Comstock, Lyndon, 76:274–76

Comte, Auguste, 71:455

Conant, T. J.: The Gospel by Matthew, 74:209

Conaway, George W., 97:275, 284

concealed weapons: in nineteenth-century Ky., 91:370–85



Conceiving the Future: Pronatalism, Reproduction, and the Family in the United States, 1890-1938, by Laura A. Lovett: reviewed, 105:517–19

Concepción, Venancio, 83:343–44



Concept and Controversy: Sixty Years of Taking Ideas to Market, by W. W. Rostow: reviewed, 101:222–25

Conception Mission (Texas), 71:99

Concise Lincoln Library Series, by Southern Illinois University Press: books in listed, 110:609–10

Concord, Ky., 69:227

Concord, Mass., 72:75, 73:87–88

Concordia College (Fort Wayne, Ind.), 71:272

Concord Presbyterian Church (Concord, Ky.), 69:227, 91:4–7, 17, 102:30; slave-owner exclusion, 102:34–35

"Conditions for Science in the Academic Department of Transylvania University, 1799–1857," by Eric H. Christianson, 79:305–25

Condorcet, Marquis de, 105:256

Cone, Carl B., 79:376–78; book note by, 85:286–87; book reviewed by, 68:370–72; book reviews by, 71:459–60, 72:294, 415, 417, 77:302–4, 81:431–32, 84:213, 85:193–94; "Sports History with a Kentucky Bouquet," 77:275–84; Thomas D. Clark letters to, 103:246–47, 393–95, 424; The University of Kentucky: A Pictorial History, reviewed, 88:335–36

Cone, Regan: book note by, 95:118

Conestoga (Union gunboat), 70:263, 268



Conestoga (Union ironclad), 73:20, 74:3, 6, 7, 168, 169, 172, 174, 189

Conestoga Indians: massacre of, 105:264

Coney Island Handicap, 100:493

Confederacy, The, by Charles P. Roland, 107:164

Confederados: Old South Immigrants in Brazil, edited by Cyrus B. Dawsey: reviewed, 93:356–57

Confederate Arkansas, by Michael Dougan: reviewed, 76:72–73

Confederate Battle Flag, The: America's Most Embattled Emblem, by John Coski, 107:203

Confederate Bell, The, by Giselle Roberts: reviewed, 101:346–48

Confederate Carpetbaggers, by Daniel E. Sutherland: reviewed, 87:76–77

Confederate Charleston: An Illustrated History of the City and the People during Civil War, by Robert N. Rosen: reviewed, 93:227–28

Confederate Cherokees: John Drew's Regiment of Mounted Rifles, by W. Craig Gaines: reviewed, 88:214–15

Confederate Colonels: A Biographical Register, by Bruce S. Allardice: noted, 107:635

Confederate Daughters: Coming of Age during Civil War, by Victoria E. Ott: reviewed, 106:107–8

Confederate Emancipation: Southern Plans to Free and Arm Slaves during Civil War, by Bruce Levine: reviewed, 104:155–57

Confederate Engineer: Training and Campaigning with John Morris Wampler, by George G. Kundahl: reviewed, 98:317–18

Confederate Florida: The Road to Olustee, by William H. Nulty: reviewed, 89:312–13

Confederate Generals in the Western Theater, vol. 3: Essays on America's Civil War, edited by Lawrence Lee Hewitt and Arthur W. Bergeron: noted, 109:275–76

Confederate Goliath: The Battle of Fort Fisher, by Rod Gragg: reviewed, 90:402–3

Confederate Governors, edited by W. Buck Yearns: reviewed, 83:367–68

Confederate Guerrilla Sue Mundy: A Biography of Kentucky Guerrilla Sue Mundy, by Thomas Shelby Watson with Perry A. Brantley: reviewed, 106:231–33

Confederate Hospitals on the Move: Samuel H. Stout and the Army of Tennessee, by Glenna R. Schroeder-Lein: reviewed, 92:325–26

Confederate Image: Prints of the Lost Cause, by Mark E. Neely Jr., Harold Holzer, and Gabor S. Borittt: reviewed, 86:189–90

Confederate Memorial Day: in Vicksburg, Miss., 102:394

Confederate Memorial Hall (New Orleans, La.): Jefferson Davis memorabilia in, 107:208

Confederate Military Department Number Two (West Tennessee), 73:19



Confederate Minds: The Struggle for Intellectual Independence in the Civil War South, by Michael T. Bernath: reviewed, 108:415–17

Confederate Monuments: Enduring Symbols of the South and the War Between the States, by Ralph W. Widener: noted, 81:462

Confederate Nation, 1861–65, by Emory M. Thomas: reviewed, 78:373–75

Confederate Navy: A Study of Organization, by Tom H. Wells: reviewed, 70:158–60

Confederate Neckties: Louisiana Railroads in the Civil War, by Lawrence L. Estaville Jr.: noted, 88:492

Confederate Nurse: The Diary of Ada W. Bacat, 1860–1863, edited by Jean V. Berlin: reviewed, 92:324–25

Confederate Outlaw: Champ Ferguson and the Civil War in Appalachia, by Brian D. McKnight: reviewed, 110:117–19

Confederate Park (Memphis, Tenn.): Jefferson Davis monument in, 107:208



Confederate Privateers, by William Morrison Robinson Jr.: noted, 89:236

Confederate Reckoning: Power and Politics in the Civil War South, by Stephanie McCurry, 110:496

Confederate Relief and Historical Association (Memphis, Tenn.), 74:173



Confederate Republic: A Revolution Against Politics, by George C. Rable: reviewed, 93:228–30

Confederate Roll of Honor, 94:159



Confederates in the Attic, by Tony Horwitz, 107:214, 242

Confederate States of America, 69:101, 103, 105, 108, 111, 114, 192, 265, 278, 346, 349, 351–52, 354–56, 358, 360, 70:226, 256, 72:106, 213, 296, 300, 365, 371, 377, 390, 405, 410, 73:276, 277, 423, 98:241, 243–44, 369, 101:399, 420, 436, 102:383–84, 106:396, 452, 514, 107:144, 160–61, 181, 204, 224–25, 229, 242, 110:256–58, 533–34; and the American Revolution, 107:154–56; arming of slaves by, 107:185–88; attitude of Kentuckians to, 105:63–64; and the battle of Munfordville, 69:339–43; books about, 101:426; cavalry, 69:344; commemoration of in Richmond, Va., 107:250; Congress of and Ky., 99:56, 339–61; conscription bill of, 110:332; conspiracies in the North, 108:9, 14, 94–107; constitutional issues in, 110:386–87; creation of, 101:418–20; currency of, illus., 101:440; debate about guerrilla warfare, 103:532–41; defeat of, 102:391, 396; diplomatic relations with Mexico, 68:171–75; disunity of, 101:441–42; formation of, 106:415–16, 508; and Great Britain, 107:166–69, 189–91, 194–95; and guerrilla warfare, review essay, 103:517–41; hard and soft war tactics toward, 110:407–8; and historical memory, 110:575–84; home front, 103:525; Howell Cobb's qualifications for president of, 101:419, 436; influence of, 93:400–407; invasion of Ky., 106:454, 468; and Jefferson Davis, 101:418–20, 434–35; Jewish support for, 110:172; and Ky., 107:173–76; Ky. seal of, 80:89–90; military history, 101:428–29; military strategy of, 101:444–52; northern conspiracy of, 110:428–31; Partisan Ranger Act (1862), 110:334; president of, 69:5; raiders, 69:17, 350, 395; reasons for defeat, 101:437–43, 103:533; recruitment of African American soldiers, 106:466–67; and Robert J. Breckinridge, 69:364–65, 369, 373, 375–76, 381; sentiment for in Ky., 108:7; Sequestration Act of, 110:330–31; soldiers of and John T. Harrington, 105:657, 664–65, 676; "west concentration bloc," 101:450–51



Confederate Veteran (Nashville, Tenn.): George A. Ellsworth's memoir in, 108:13

"Confederate View of Southern Kentucky, 1861, A," by Lowell H. Harrison, 70:163–78



Confederate War: How Popular Will, Nationalism, and Military Strategy Could Not Stave Off Defeat, by Gary W. Gallagher: reviewed, 96:203–5

Confederate White House (Richmond, Va.), 107:255; illus., 107:239



Confederate Women, by Bell Irvin Wiley: reviewed, 73:423–25

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

Conference in Public and International Affairs (Princeton University), 104:426

Conference of American College Women, 93:437

Conference of Southern Mountain Workers, 93:198, 204

"Confessions of a 1950s Old Gold Salesman: Kentucky History by the Carton," by Frank F. Mathias, 100:311–28



Confessions of a Depression Muralist, by Frank W. Long: reviewed, 95:210–11

Confessions of a Reformed Inebriate, 69:182

Confessions of Jereboam Beauchamp: and Robert Penn Warren's World Enough and Time, 104:88–90

Confessions of Nat Turner and Related Documents, edited by Kenneth S. Greenberg: reviewed, 95:98–99

Confidence Or National Suicide? by Arthur E. Stilwell, 70:348

Confiscation Act (1861), 80:284, 289–90

Confiscation Act (1862), 96:317, 107:529

Conflict on the Michigan Frontier: Yankee and Borderland Cultures, 1815-1840, by James N. Schwartz: reviewed, 108:125–27

Confronting Appalachian Stereotypes: Back Talk from an American Region, edited by Dwight B. Billings, Gurney Norman, and Katherine Ledford: reviewed, 97:453–55

Confronting the War Machine: Draft Resistance During the Vietnam War, by Michael S. Foley: reviewed, 101:225–27

Congleton, Betty Carolyn, 69:168; book reviews by, 78:170–72, 80:339–41, 91:342–43; "The Jackson Academy and the Quest for Presbyterian Ascendency in Breathitt County," 91:150–75

Congleton, W. T., 90:262, 264–65

Congregation Adas Israel (Washington, D.C.), 110:182

Congregationalists, 69:76–77, 98:250, 106:189; in Lexington, Ky., 106:209; and revivalism, 110:6

Congregational Union of England and Wales, 72:327, 330

Congregation Rodeph Shalom (Philadelphia, Pa.), 110:175

Congress and the Cold War, by Robert David Johnson: reviewed, 104:361–62

Congress and the U.S.–China Relationship, 1949-1979, by Guangqiu Xu: reviewed, 105:551–53

Congressional Globe: and Garrett Davis, 110:398; Thomas Hutchison interview, 106:430

Congressional Medal of Honor, 99:128

"Congressman David Grant Colson and the Tragedy of the Fourth Kentucky Volunteer Infantry," by Thomas E. Stephens, 98:43–102

Congressman Who Got Away with Murder, by Nat Brandt: reviewed, 91:220–21

Congress of Industrial Organizations (CIO): influence of cold war on, 104:218

Congress of Racial Equality (CORE), 88:323–24, 325–29, 99:25, 41, 104:228, 109:407, 412; and Andrew Wade, 104:226; antidiscrimination campaign, 104:238–39; article about, 109:293; and the Bradens, 104:232–36, 247; and C. Ewbank Tucker, 104:235–39; and civil rights protests in Ky., 109:351–93; conflicts in, 104:232–36; in Covington, Ky., 109:380–81; disappearance of, 104:234, 236; Fayette County school integration, 101:257; founding of, 109:354; in Frankfort, Ky., 109:376–82; Freedom Rides of, 109:380; Ky. chapters of, 109:388, 391; in Lexington, Ky., 109:363–70, 385, 387, 392; in Louisville, Ky., 109:371–76, 379, 405, 415, 423, 425–26; Northern Ky. chapter of, 109:381–82; and public accommodations, 109:404; and the red scare, 104:234–35; reputation of in Ky., 109:379; in Richmond, Ky., 109:382–88

Congress of the World League Against Alcoholism, 92:183

Conkin, Paul K.: book review by, 86:75–76; Cane Ridge: America's Pentecost, reviewed, 89:401–2; and Erwin C. Hargrove, eds., TVA: Fifty Years of Grass-roots Bureaucracy, reviewed, 82:419–21; evaluation of David Rice, 106:167–68; Gone with the Ivy: A Biography of Vanderbilt University, reviewed, 84:329–30; Revolution Down on the Farm, A: The Transformation of American Agriculture Since 1929, reviewed, 106:286–88

Conkling, James C.: letter of Abraham Lincoln to, 106:467

Conkling, Roscoe, 84:419

Conlee, Ralph Burton: The Sun Will Shine–Again: An Orphan Boy's Journey through the Great Depression and the "Big War," noted, 91:243

Conley, Elizabeth, 109:176

Conley, Joan Weissinger: History of Nicholas County, reviewed, 75:153–55

Conn, Notley, 71:313

Connaughton, Richard: and John Pimlott, and Duncan Anderson, The Battle for Manila: The Most Devastating Untold Story of World War II, reviewed, 94:198–200

Connecticut, 69:38–39, 63, 192

Connection of the Physical Sciences, by Mary Somerville, 69:181

Connelley, William E., 69:290, 87:14; and E. Merton Coulter, History of Kentucky, 86:55

Connelly, Donald B.: John M. Schofield and the Politics of Generalship, reviewed, 104:729–31

Connelly, James A.: Three Years in the Army of the Cumberland, edited by Paul M. Angle, noted, 95:218

Connelly, Mark Thomas: The Response to Prostitution in the Progressive Era, reviewed, 80:241–43

Connelly, Thomas L., 80:76, 86:61, 107:521; Civil War Tennessee: Battles and Leaders, reviewed, 79:389–91; and George A. Ellsworth's memoir, 108:15–16; and James Lee McDonough, Five Tragic Hours: The Battle of Franklin, reviewed, 82:303–5; The Marble Man: Robert E. Lee and His Image in American Society, reviewed, 78:80–82

Connelly, William E., 70:74

Conner, Arthur: World War II service of, 110:70–71

Conner, Chester: World War II service of, 110:70–71

Conner, Cordell: World War II service of, 110:70–71

Conner, Eugene ("Bull"): Birmingham, Ala., 109:369

Conner, Eugene H.: and Harold Meloy, and Samuel W. Thomas, "A History of Mammoth Cave, Emphasizing Tourist Development and Medical Experimentation Under Dr. John Croghan," 68:319–40; and Samuel W. Thomas, eds., The Journals of Increase Allen Lapham for 1827–1830, reviewed, 73:208–9

Conner, Garlin M.: and Audie Murphy, 110:75–76, 85, 89; early life of, 110:70–71; and the medal of honor, 110:87–91; medals of, 110:73, 76, 80, 83–84; military base named for, 110:90; World War II service of, 110:67–92

Conner, Kenneth: World War II service of, 110:70–71

Conner, Norman, 71:396

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