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



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Conner, Pauline (Wells): and Garlin M. Conner, 110:67–69

Conner, Tina: relationship with Paul E. Patton, 102:81–86

Connolly, Christopher P., 78:324–26, 329, 334–35, 337–41, 92:189

Connolly, John, 78:298, 300, 302; land at Falls of the Ohio, 107:39, 43, 46

Connolly, Lydia Turnage: African American ancestry, 102:210

Connolly, Michael J.: Capitalism, Politics, and Railroads in Jacksonian New England, reviewed, 102:97–99

Connor, Theophilus Eugene ("Bull"), 99:6, 96

Conover, Cheryl: book notes by, 81:112, 339, 461, 463; ed., "Kentuckian in 'King Andrew's' Court: The Letters of John Waller Barry, Washington, D.C., 1831–1835," 81:168–98; ed., "'To Please Papa': The Letters of John Waller Barry, West Point Cadet, 1826–1830," 80:183–212

Conover, James F., 77:23

Conover, Sanford, 97:24

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

Conquest, Robert: The Great Terror: Stalin's Purge of the Thirties, reviewed, 72:82–84



Conquest of Texas, The: Ethnic Cleansing in the Promised Land, by Gary Clayton Anderson: reviewed, 104:145–46

Conrad, Alfred H.: interpretation of slavery, 103:732–33

Conrad, Bryan: and H. J. Eckenrode, James Longstreet: Lee's War Horse, noted, 84:454

Conrad, Dennis M.: book reviews by, 100:362–63, 102:406–8; ed., The Papers of General Nathanael Greene, vol. 9, 11 July 1781–2 December 1781, reviewed, 95:312–13; ed., The Papers of Nathanael Greene. vol. 11, 7 April–30 September 1782, reviewed, 98:310–12; Papers of General Nathanael Greene, vol. 8, 30 March–10 July 1781, reviewed, 94:309–11

Conroy, David W.: In Public Houses: Drink and the Revolution of Authority in Colonial Massachusetts, reviewed, 94:73–74

Conscience and Slavery: The Evangelistic Calvinist Domestic Missions, 1837–1861, by Victor B. Howard: reviewed, 89:309

Conscription Act (1864), 80:301

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

Conservation Fallout: Nuclear Protest at Diablo Canyon, by John Wills: reviewed, 105:175–76

Conservatism and Southern Intellectuals, 1789–1861, by Adam L. Tate: reviewed, 103:783–85

Conservative American Revolution, by Samuel Eliot Morison: reviewed, 77:219–21

Conservative Conservationist: Russell E. Train and the Emergence of American Environmentalism, by J. Brooks Flippen: reviewed, 104:780–81

Conservative Party, 93:400



Conservative Regime, The: South Carolina, 1877 to 1890, by William J. Cooper Jr., 107:147

conservative Unionism: in Ky., 110:236, 293–326

Conservative Unionist Party, 75:219, 220

Conserving Words: How American Nature Writers Shaped the Environmental Movement, by Daniel J. Philippon: reviewed, 103:608–10

Consolidated Realty Company (Louisville, Ky.): land-development firm of, 107:55, 58

Consolidation Coal Company (Letcher County, Ky.), 99:365

Constable, John, 90:29

Constant, Benjamin, 82:10

Constant, John, 86:316, 328



Constantine Samuel Rafinesque, by Leonard Warren: noted, 104:804

Constituting Empire: New York and the Transformation of Constitutionalism in the Atlantic World, 1664–1830, by Daniel J. Hulsebosch: reviewed, 104:300–302

constitutional conventions: See Kentucky constitutional conventions

Constitutional Union Party, 69:368, 79:214; election of 1860, 106:410, 412–13, 492, 110:266, 490

Constitution Elementary School (Lexington, Ky.), 101:247, 262



Constitution in Congress: The Jeffersonians, 1801–1829, The, by David P. Currie: reviewed, 100:218–20

"Constitution-Making in Kentucky in Retrospect," by Thomas D. Clark, 103:185–92

Constitution of 1850: See Kentucky constitutions

Constitutions and Constitutionalism in the Slaveholding South, by Don E. Fehrenbacher: reviewed, 88:475–76

Consumer Product Safety Commission: danger of vinyl chloride, 102:179



Consumers' Imperium: The Global Production of American Domesticity, 1865-1920, by Kristin L. Hoganson: reviewed, 106:120–21

Consumers' Research, 84:290–93

Consumers' Union, 84:292

containment policy: and George Kennan, 102:312–13; and Vietnam War, 102:315



Contemporary African American Novel, The: Its Folk Roots and Modern Literary Branches, by Bernard W. Bell: reviewed, 104:203–5

Contemporary Southern Politics, edited by James F. Lea: noted, 87:196–97

Contentious Liberties: American Abolitionists in Post-Emancipation Jamaica, by Gale L. Kenny: reviewed, 109:477–79

Contested Borderland: The Civil War in Appalachian Kentucky and Virginia, by Brian D. McKnight, 110:234; reviewed, 104:291–93

"Contested Legacy of Jefferson Davis, The": Ky. Historical Society symposium, 107:142–44, 147–261



Contested Waters: A Social History of Swimming Pools in America, by Jeff Wiltse: reviewed, 105:325–27

Contesting the Past: Reconstructing the Nation: American Literature and Culture in the Gilded Age, 1876-1893, by Ben Railton: reviewed, 105:722–24

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

Continental Army, 69:49

Continental Congress: and the Transylvania Company, 73:64

Continuity of Change: The Supreme Court and Individual Liberties, 1953–1985, by Melvin I. Urofsky: noted, 89:435–36

Contoy Island (Yucatan), 105:615; 1850 López expedition rendezvous point, 105:600, 604

"Contract with America," 102:75

Contreras, Mexico: Mexican War, battle of, 79:122, 105:576



Contributions in American Studies: Robert H. Walker, ed., 73:196, 329

Control Materials Plan, 104:489



Convention, The (Frankfort, Ky.), 74:194

Convention Center (Louisville, Ky.), 106:61

Convention of Colored Baptist Ministers of the State of Kentucky: organization of, 105:392

Conversations with Robert Penn Warren, edited by Gloria L. Cronin and Ben Siegel: reviewed, 103:776–78

Conversations with Shelby Foote, edited by William C. Carter: reviewed, 88:112–13

Converse, Thomas E., 91:174



Convicts, Coal, and the Banner Mine Tragedy, by Robert David Ward and William Warren Rogers: noted, 85:393

Conway, Jesse, 97:157

Conway, Jill Ker, 89:79

Conway, John, 97:157

Conway, Judi Jane: See Patton, Judi

Conway, Martin F., 106:454

Conway, Moncure D., 71:377, 74:192, 106:438

Conyers, James, 69:270

Cood, H. W.: George Keats's estate, 106:65

Coode, Thomas H.: and John F. Bauman, "'Dear Mr. Hopkins': A New Dealer Reports from Eastern Kentucky," 78:54–63

Cook, Ann, 103:296–97; and Robert Penn Warren's World Enough and Time, 104:88–90

Cook, Blanche Wiesen: Eleanor Roosevelt, vol. 1, 1884–1933, reviewed, 91:235–37

Cook, Charles Christian, 77:281

Cook, Charles W., 78:225, 237

Cook, Cita: book reviews by, 100:103–5, 101:355–57, 105:306–8

Cook, Henry, 98:357, 358–60, 363

Cook, James W.: dedication of Knapp Hall, Berea College, 110:46

Cook, Marlow W., 80:19, 84:208, 99:23, 50, 278; 1966 constitutional convention, 104:600; Jefferson County, Ky., 104:589–90

Cook, Patrick, 74:180

Cook, Paul B.: Academicians in Government from Roosevelt to Roosevelt, reviewed, 81:224–25

Cook, Shirley Bright: and Clyde N. Wilson, eds., The Papers of John C. Calhoun, vol. 23, 1846, reviewed, 95:193–94

Cook, Tabitha, 71:63–64

Cook, Thomas, 73:179, 189, 192, 291–93, 307, 312, 401, 403

Cook, Thomas P., 82:240, 242, 246, 90:170, 173, 174

Cook, Valentine, 71:63–64

Cook County, Ill., 108:98

Cooke, Alistair, 74:148

Cooke, Jacob E.: book review by, 81:207–9

Cooke, John E., 69:58–59

Cooke, Thurston: and the truck deal, 104:565, 573–76

Cooke, William B., 69:61

Cooking in Other Women's Kitchens: Domestic Workers in the South, 1865-1960, by Rebecca Sharpless: reviewed, 109:256–58

Cooley, Carol: See Patton, Carol Cooley

Cooley, Jake, 102:70

Cooley, Nick, 102:70

Cooley, Ray, 100:136; illus., 100:137

Cooley, Ray N.: "Religious Ministry at the Lexington, Kentucky, State Asylum, 1844–1869," 70:94–107

Coolidge, Calvin, 71:144, 150, 73:214, 77:34, 81:38, 43, 93:140, 94:262, 104:404, 417; political philosophy of, 105:463

Coolidge, Mary Roberts, 93:57



Coolies and Cane: Race, Labor, and Sugar in the Age of Emancipation, by Moon-Ho Jung: reviewed, 104:327–29

Cooling, Benjamin Cooling: To the Battles of Franklin and Nashville and Beyond: Stabilization and Reconstruction in Tennessee and Kentucky, 1864-1866, reviewed, 109:469–71

Cooling, Benjamin Franklin, 110:238, 509; "Bluegrass and Volunteer—Sister States or Enemy States?," 110:439–80; book by, 103:531–32; book reviews by, 81:307–10, 83:290–93, 86:84–85, 89:402–3; Counter-Thrust: From the Peninsula to the Antietam, reviewed, 106:276–77; Fort Donelson's Legacy: War and Society in Kentucky and Tennessee, 1862–1863, reviewed, 95:426–27; Forts Henry and Donelson: The Key to the Confederate Heartland, reviewed, 86:289–90

Coombs, John C.: and Douglas Bradburn, eds., Early Modern Virginia: Reconsidering the Old Dominion, reviewed, 110:196–97

Coombs, Phineas Hampton, 93:60–61

Coomes, Jane, 90:69

Coomes, Mrs. William, 68:252

Coomes, William, 68:252

Coon Creek, Ky., 103:479

Coone, Herbert W.: The Sequential Soldier, noted, 91:246–47

Cooney, Charles F.: book review by, 76:166–67

Coons, Lorraine: and Alexander Varias, Tourist Third Cabin: Steamship Travel in the Interwar Years, reviewed, 102:134–36

Coontz, Stephanie, 92:408

Cooper, Arthur, 81:408, 412, 422–23, 82:247–49

Cooper, Axiom, 82:247; murder of, 81:407–24

Cooper, Bill: book reviews by, 86:72–75, 87:447–48; "John Sherman Cooper: A Senator and His Constituents," 84:192–210

Cooper, Carl, 82:249

Cooper, Chester, 95:288, 302

Cooper, David D.: Thomas Merton's Art of Denial: The Evolution of a Radical Humanist, 88:336–37

Cooper, Dean, 84:167, 180

Cooper, Don, 68:271, 93:138–39, 142–43, 154, 156–57

Cooper, Don E., 70:76

Cooper, Elza H., 85:234

Cooper, Emily, 81:412

Cooper, Faustine, 93:137, 148

Cooper, Gary, 96:126

Cooper, Helen Gertrude Tartar, 93:133, 136–38, 141, 143, 156

Cooper, Herston, 105:441

Cooper, Isaac, 93:134

Cooper, James, 73:37, 43; eulogy of Henry Clay, 106:544, 550–51

Cooper, James Fenimore, 72:283, 82:10, 12, 24, 91:329; Leather-Stocking novels, 102:513–14

Cooper, James P. Jr.: and Wayne Cutler, eds., Correspondence of James K. Polk, vol. 7, January–August 1844, reviewed, 88:212–13

Cooper, Jerry M., 99:123

Cooper, Jesse, 83:5

Cooper, John, 88:155, 158, 160

Cooper, John Milton Jr.: The Vanity of Power: American Isolationism and World War I, 1914–1917, 70:143–44; The Warrior and the Priest: Woodrow Wilson and Theodore Roosevelt, reviewed, 82:412–14

Cooper, John Sherman, 76:130, 83:128, 88:198, 99:286, 107:330; A. B. "Happy" Chandler's support for, 104:560; career in India, 82:128–59; diplomatic career of, 82:28–59; early years of, 93:133–58; and flood-control projects, 107:333; illus., 107:329; letters to, 107:315; political campaigns of, 104:511–12, 545, 561; political constituents of, 84:192–210; and regional development, 107:335–36; support for the coal industry, 107:319–20; and the War on Poverty, 107:393, 398

Cooper, John Sherman (father of senator), 93:133–36, 138, 141, 143, 148, 153, 154

Cooper, Levi Grant, 93:134

Cooper, Lorraine, 84:192, 209

Cooper, Mary, 93:134, 154

Cooper, Newton, 81:412

Cooper, Patricia A.: Once A Cigar Maker: Men, Women, and Work Culture in American Cigar Factories, 1900–1919, reviewed, 86:298–99

Cooper, Richard, 93:141, 154

Cooper, Samuel, 70:272, 73:27, 79:32, 125, 127, 130, 134

Cooper, Spencer, 87:110, 115, 88:422–25, 427

Cooper, Thomas, 79:309, 319

Cooper, Thomas Poe, 84:150, 90:271, 96:142–43

Cooper, William Beech, 91:157–61, 164, 168

Cooper, William J. Jr., 99:96–97, 101:397, 399, 107:534–35; biographical sketch, 101:401, 107:147–48; book reviews by, 79:187–89, 86:87; graduate study, 101:424; illus., 107:149, 167; interest in Jefferson Davis, 101:423–24, 428–35; interview of, 101:401–56; Jefferson Davis, American, 101:401–2; Jefferson Davis, American, reviewed, 98:435–38; Jefferson Davis and the Civil War Era, reviewed, 106:267–69; "Jefferson Davis and the Meaning of the War," 107:142–43, 147–61; and the Jefferson Davis symposium, 107:163, 165–66, 172–79, 181–88, 191–200, 206, 222, 233–34, 240, 242, 246–47, 258, 260; and John David Smith, eds., A Union Woman in Civil War Kentucky: The Diary of Frances Peter, reviewed, 98:301–2; and John David Smith, eds., Window on the War: Frances Dallam Peter's Lexington Civil War Diary, reviewed, 76:54–55; Liberty and Slavery: Southern Politics to 1860, reviewed, 82:298–99; A Master's Due: Essays in Honor of David Herbert Donald, reviewed, 85:76–77; The South and the Politics of Slavery, 1828–1856, reviewed, 79:386–87

Cooper, W. T., 82:244

Co-Operative Committee for Prohibition Enforcement, 92:189, 194

Cooper Creek (Greenup County, Ky.), 68:226–27

Cooper Institute (New York City): Abraham Lincoln's speech at, 106:308

Coopersmith, Andrew: book review by, 104:718–20

Cooper's Run, Ky., 73:137

Coopers Run Baptist Church (Ky.): growth of, 110:18

Coops, Helen, 93:441, 444

Cope, A. C., 85:329

Cope, S. W., 93:66

Copeland, James E.: article by, mentioned, 79:211–18; "Where Were the Kentucky Unionists and Secessionists?," 71:344–63

Copenhagen, Denmark: John S. Rarey's book in, 108:194

Copher, Jesse, 83:13–14, 17

Copley, George, 94:51

Coppee, Henry, 97:15

Copperfield (Louisville, Ky.): plat of, 107:80

Copperheads, 110:426–27; Confederate conspiracy of, 110:429; and the Democratic Party, 69:123; Peace Democrats, 110:409–10

Coppin's Department Store (Covington, Ky.): segregation at, 109:380

Coppola, Francis Ford, 98:343

Coral Gables, Fla.: i (Jan.)



Cora Wilson Stewart and Kentucky's Moonlight Schools: Fighting for Literacy in America, by Yvonne Honeycutt Baldwin: reviewed, 104:134–36

"Cora Wilson Stewart and the Crusade Against Illiteracy in Kentucky," by Willie E. Nelms, Jr., 74:10–29



Cora Wilson Stewart: Crusader Against Illiteracy, by Willie Nelms: reviewed, 96:88–90

Corbett, C. C., 71:179–81, 187, 72:22

Corbett, Jacob, 98:274, 276

Corbett, James J., 78:36

Corbett, Mollie, 74:33

Corbin (Ky.) Daily Tribune, 100:305

Corbin (Ky.) Times, 100:298

Corbin, David A.: Life, Work, and Rebellion in the Coal Fields: The Southern West Virginia Miners, 1880–1922, reviewed, 81:98–100

Corbin, Henry C., 98:54, 68; and Preston Brown case, 104:59, 63, 66, 68, 70

Corbin, Ky., 68:106, 73:80, 97:191; 1922-23 railroad strike in, 100:304–5; Col. Sanders's restaurant in, 100:324–25; crime in, 100:295–96, 305; immigrants in, 100:295; Kiwanis Clubs in, 81:26; race relations in, 100:293–310; railroad commission map of, 100:294; religious diversity in, 100:295; reputation of, 100:295, 298–99, 309–10

Corbin, Mary, 104:63

Corbin Chamber of Commerce (Corbin, Ky.): drafts paper on racism, 100:310

Corbly, John: illus., 107:42; plat of Louisville, Ky., 107:41

Corcoran, Michael, 73:298

Corcoran, Thomas G., 104:431, 474, 543; and Felix Frankfurter's Supreme Court appointment, 104:456, 458; oral history interviews of, 104:622

Cordery, George: support for the Bradens, 104:229

Cordery, Simon: book review by, 107:455–57

Cordery, Stacy A.: book reviews by, 91:235–37, 92:334–35, 93:374–75

Cordon, ——, 82:253

CORE: A Study in the Civil Rights Movement, 1942-1968 (1973), by August Meier and Eliott Rudwick, 109:354–55

Corinth, Miss., 69:349, 70:164, 166, 174, 72:262, 269, 93:262, 94:41, 96:324–26; battle of, 74:350, 107:539

Corlew, Robert E.: book review by, 78:378–80; "Some Aspects of Slavery in Dickson County, Tennessee," 73:207

Corliss, Mary Ann, 76:275

Cornbury, Edward Hyde, 71:314

Corne, Philip, 108:222, 230; at Saint Mary's Seminary, 108:225–26

Corneilison, John C., 81:148, 150–52

Cornelia's Dining Table: Mammoth Cave, 68:334–35

Cornelius, Janet, 91:68

Cornelius, Janet Duitsman: When I Can Read My Title Clear: Literacy, Slavery, and Religion in the Antebellum South, reviewed, 90:296–98

Cornelius, Wanda, 99:267

Cornell, Saul J.: Well Regulated Militia, A: The Founding Fathers and the Origins of Gun Control in America, reviewed, 105:104–6

Cornell University (Ithaca, N.Y.), 69:179–80, 71:245, 72:66, 88:179, 97:33, 107:345, 110:61; and Arthur Larson, 105:470

Corner of Celebrities (Frankfort, Ky.), 70:229

Cornerstone 2000 Comprehensive Plan (Louisville, Ky.), 107:79

Cornett, Chester, 96:132

Cornett, Lilly: woods named for, 68:82

Cornett, Mrs. Tom: illus., 107:358

Cornett, Samuel, 78:202

Cornett, William, 78:202

Corn Island (Louisville, Ky.), 69:251, 71:134, 138, 72:39; agriculture on, 107:8; settlers on, 107:40

Corns, Ray, 96:30, 99:239; and public school reform, 109:59–60

Cornstalk (Shawnee chief), 91:250–51, 310, 313–14

Cornutt, Widow, 85:328

Cornwallis, Charles, 70:72, 76:233, 92:139

Coronado, Francisco Vasquez, 70:231



Corps of Discovery, The, and the Falls of the Ohio, by Carl Kramer: noted, 102:279

Corregidor, Philippines, 86:231, 253–54

"Correspondence from James Still to Dayton Kohler (1940–59): A Research Note," edited by Edward L. Tucker, 97:113–22

Correspondence of James K. Polk: vol. 3: 1835–1836, edited by Herbert Weaver, reviewed, 74:140–41; vol. 4: 1837–1838, by Herbert Weaver and Wayne Cutler, reviewed, 77:65–67; vol. 5: 1839–1841, edited by Wayne Cutler, Earl J. Smith, and Corese M. Parker, reviewed, 79:283–85; vol. 6, 1842–1843, edited by Wayne Cutler and Carese M. Parker, reviewed, 82:300–301; vol. 7, January–August 1844, edited by Wayne Cutler and James P. Cooper Jr., reviewed, 88:212–13

Corrigan, Edward, 100:485

Corsan, W C.: Two Months in the Confederate States: An Englishman's Travels Through the South, edited by Benjamin H. Trask, reviewed, 95:197–98

Cortelyou, George B.: letter to, 83:347–55

Cortner, Richard C.: The Iron Horse and the Constitution, reviewed, 92:97–98

Corwin, Tom, 73:368

Corydon, Ind., 68:185–86

Corydon, Ky., 99:99

Corydon High School (Henderson County, Ky.): high school girls' basketball at, 109:176–79, 186

Coryell, Janet L.: book reviews by, 92:430–31, 94:90–91, 97:217–19

Cos, Martin Perfecto de, 71:5–7, 95–97, 99–104

Cosby, Fortuntus Jr., 72:162–63, 106:59

Cosby, Fortuntus Sr., 106:59

Cosby, John Cooney, 85:216

Cosgrove, Dr.—: tuberculosis treatment, 105:652

Coski, John M.: book reviews by, 91:229–30, 94:189–90, 95:320–21, 98:330–31, 104:720–21; illus., 107:221; and the Jefferson Davis symposium, 107:143, 203, 206, 208, 210, 219–25, 227, 229–31, 233–35, 237–61

Coski, Ruth Ann: and the Jefferson Davis symposium, 107:238, 255

Cosmas, Graham A.: book review by, 104:729–31



Cosmopolitan Magazine, 91:199, 96:367; on feuding, 91:178

Cosmopolitan Patriots: Americans in Paris in the Age of Revolution, by Philipp Ziesche: reviewed, 109:89–91

Cossan, Reverend Mr. ——, 80:279

Cossman, Richard, 84:303

Costin, Lela B.: Two Sisters for Social Justice: A Biography of Grace and Edith Abbott, reviewed, 83:86–87

Cosway, Maria, 73:76

Cotillion Club (Paducah, Ky.), 96:259

Cott, Nancy, 94:117

Cotter, Joseph S., 72:308, 93:176

Cotter Homes Housing Project (Louisville, Ky.), 109:427

Cotterill, Robert S., 80:145, 81:73–74, 85:47, 48, 60–61, 64, 86:59–61, 103:709; works of, 103:704–5

cotton: and Confederate diplomacy, 107:168, 194–95

Cotton, Adelia: marriage of, 103:674

Cotton, John, 76:163

cotton, price stabilization of, 84:148–50

Cotton, Robert N., 82:65, 68

Cotton and Race in the Making of America: The Human Cost of Economic Power, by Gene Dattel: reviewed, 108:135–37

Cotton Fields No More: Southern Agriculture, 1865–1900, by Gilbert C. Fite: reviewed, 83:370–71

Cottrell, Leonard, 107:376

Couch, Darius Nash, 69:119

Couch, William T., 103:723; illus., 103:709; publication of J. Winston Coleman's Slavery Times in Kentucky, 103:710–16; University of North Carolina Press, 103:703

Couch family, 73:72–73

Coughlin, Charles E., 92:196

Coulombe, Joseph L.: Mark Twain and the American West, reviewed, 101:364–66

Coulson, Edward: book review by, 105:187–89

Coulson, Lee, 79:352

Coulter, E. Merton, 70:74, 73:207, 340, 80:76, 145, 89:340, 342, 91:70, 92:244, 106:378–79, 107:211, 548–49, 110:394, 448, 467; Civil War and Readjustment in Kentucky, 70:307–8, 74:127, 86:52–69, 110:233, 293–94; College Life in the Old South, noted, 82:208; Thomas D. Clark commentary on, 103:325; Thomas D. Clark letters to, 103:212–13, 219–21, 329–30; William G. Brownlow—Fighting Parson of the Southern Highlands, noted, 69:289–90

Council for Better Education, 99:239; article about, 109:1; creation of, 109:37, 40; and public school reform, 109:27, 47–48, 52–53, 60

Council for Better Education et al. v. Martha Layne Collins, Governor et al. (1989): and public school reform, 109:1, 58–60

Council of Christians and Jews (Lexington, Ky.): and civil rights protests in Lexington, Ky., 109:368

Council of Superior of Government: formed by Cristóbal Mádan, 105:582

Council of the Southern Mountains (CSM), 87:43–45, 48, 53–57, 93:180, 107:364; and Appalachian migration, 107:350; and the Appalachian Volunteers, 107:347; and the causes of poverty, 107:352–53; creation of, 107:340; critique of Urban Workshops, 107:349–50; and Mountain Life and Work, 107:351; programs of, 107:346–48; and urban America, 107:349

Council on Higher Education: and Edward F. Prichard, 104:548, 595–96, 601

Council on Postsecondary Education (Frankfort, Ky.): and school desegregation, 109:349

Council on Public Higher Education (Frankfort, Ky.): and school desegregation, 109:349

Counterfeit Gentlemen: Manhood and Humor in the Old South by John Mayfield: reviewed, 108:400–402

Counterpoint: A Novel: Tecumseh vs. William Henry Harrison, by James Huston: noted, 88:117

Counter-Thrust: From the Peninsula to the Antietam, by Benjamin Franklin Cooling: reviewed, 106:276–77

Country Home, 95:70

Country Life Commission: and Theodore Roosevelt, 107:345–46

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