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



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Cross Bill Road (Louisville, Ky.), 107:61

Crossfield, Richard, 85:142

Crossing Over the Line: Legislating Morality and the Mann Act, by David J. Langum: reviewed, 93:362–64

Crossland, Edward, 110:517

Cross Plains (Fayette County, Ky.), 92:142

Cross Roads, Ky., 74:11



Crossroads of Decision: The State Department and Foreign Policy, 1933–1937, by Howard Jablon: reviewed, 82:201–2

Crossroads of Freedom: Antietam, The Battle That Changed the Civil War, by James McPherson: reviewed, 101:145–47

Crossroads of Modern Warfare, by Drew Middleton: noted, 82:210

Crosthwaite, Jane F.: and Christian Goodwille, eds., Millennial Praises: A Shaker Hymnal, noted, 107:633

Crothers, A. Glenn: book review by, 100:209–10; oral history interview, 104:695

Crouch, Barry A.: book review by, 94:320–22

Crouch, Horace E., 83:109, 115–17, 119

Crouch, Jerry: Thomas D. Clark letter to, 103:403

"Crouching Lion's Fate, The: Slave Politics and Conservative Unionism in Kentucky," by Aaron Astor, 110:293–326

Crough, Tom, 89:26

Crouse, Maurice A.: book reviews by, 87:168, 89:305–6, 93:476–77, 94:430–32

Crout, Robert Rhodes Crout: See Idzerda, Stanley J.

Crouthamel, James L.: Bennett's New York Herald and the Rise of the Popular Press, reviewed, 88:222–23; book note by, 94:112–13, 95:217–18

Crow, Jeffrey J.: book reviews by, 90:202–3, 91:432–33; and Paul D. Escott and Charles L. Flynn Jr., eds., Race, Class, and Politics in Southern History: Essays in Honor of Robert F. Durden, reviewed, 89:109–10

Crow, John, 68:128, 72:232

Crow, William, 68:128, 72:232

Crow Creek (Ala.), 77:162

Crowds and Soldiers in Revolutionary North Carolina: The Culture of Violence and War, by Wayne E. Lee: reviewed, 100:362–63

Crowdus, Paul: "Kentucky Marker Dedication on the Field at Gettysburg, November 19, 1975," 74:146–51

Crowe, Charles, 74:246

Crowe, Daniel E.: book reviews by, 94:305–6, 97:202–3, 457–59

Crowe, J. Crawford, 69:291, 71:330; "A New Era in the Writing of Kentucky History," 68:285–91

Crowe, John Finley: illus., 102:37; and James Blythe, 102:36

Crowe, Kenneth C.: America for Sale, reviewed, 78:94

Crowe, Robert T., 79:155, 84:22, 95:54

Crowe, William, 90:65

Crowe-Carraco, Carol, 97:93; The Big Sandy, reviewed, 78:158–59; book reviews by, 77:215–16, 81:325–26; "Mary Breckinridge and the Frontier Nursing Service," 76:179–91; and Nancy Disher Baird, and Sue Lynn Stone McDaniel, Western Kentucky University: The First 100 Years, 1906–2006, noted, 104:808



Crowe on the Banjo: The Music Life of J. D. Crowe, by Marty Godbey: reviewed, 110:193–95

Crowley, William J.: Tennessee Cavalier in the Missouri Cavalry: Major Henry Ewing, C. S. A., of the St. Louis Times, noted, 79:301–2

Crow's Station, Ky., 68:127–28

Crowther, Bosley, 98:426

Crowther, Hal: Cathedrals of Kudzu: A Personal Landscape of the South, reviewed, 99:204–6

Croxton, Anne, 74:297

Croxton, Henry, 74:281

Croxton, Henry Rogers, 74:297

Croxton, John T., 71:431

Croxton, John Thomas, 72:128; career of, 74:281–99

Croxton, Mrs. John Thomas, 74:297, 298

Crucible of Race: Black-White Relations in the American South Since Emancipation, by Joel Williamson: reviewed, 83:280–82

Cruiser (horse): death of, 108:207; Dennis Magner's investigation of, 108:209–10; illus., 108:197; and John S. Rarey, 108:195, 202, 206

Crumbaugh, S. R., 98:44, 85

Crum family, 68:226

Crumlin, James A., 99:375, 104:230, 235, 109:362; illus., 104:233; Negro Labor Council, 104:231; resignation from NAACP, 109:412

Crump, Ed, 71:320

Crump, M. H., 68:193, 201

Crunden, Robert M.: Ministers of Reform: The Progressives' Achievement in American Civilization, 1889–1920, reviewed, 84:95–97

Crunk, T.: New Covenant Bound, noted, 107:629

Cruse, Henry: Ky. Regiment, 105:596

Crusenberry, Sudie, 107:500

Crutcher, Annie, 99:158

Crutcher, Dallas, 95:395

Crutcher, James, 84:132, 142

Crutcher, Thomas R., 107:62

Crutchfield, C. B., 83:61

Cruzat, Francis, 69:254

Crystal Palace (London, England): John S. Rarey lecture at, 108:202



C. S. Rafinesque Anthology, A, edited by Charles Boewe : noted, 104:804–5

CSS Arkansas, 73:319

Cuba, 72:11, 408, 93:259, 94:377, 382, 386, 387, 98:43, 100:131, 105:614; 1849 attempt to invade, 105:580; 1850 López expedition, 105:571–613; 1851 López expedition, 105:613; Jesuit recruitment in, 108:228–29; national emblem of, 105:571, 581; possible invasion of, 107:555; prejudice against Cubans, 102:222; Republic of, 105:579; slavery in, 107:193; and Spain, 107:556; trade with, 107:562

Cuban Confederate Colonel: The Life of Ambrosio Jose Gonzales, by Antonio Rafael de la Cova: reviewed, 101:350–52

Cuban Council of Organization and Government: formed by Narciso López, 105:582–83

Cuban missile crisis (1962), 95:286

Cuban Missile Crisis (1962): and the U.S. Marine Corps Reserve, 110:138

Cubberly, George, 97:267

Cuckoo Tavern (Va.), 72:427

Cudahy, Patrick, 92:183

Cudjo Cave (Tenn.), 68:95

Culbertson, Jacob, 74:78, 81–82, 169, 171–72

Culkin, Kate: book review by, 109:106–8

Cullen, Charles T.: book reviews by, 80:345–46, 83:362–63; et al., eds., The Papers of Thomas Jefferson, vol. 23, 1 January to 31 May 1792, reviewed, 92:73–79

Cullen, Paul F., 93:453

Cullick, Jonathan S.: book review by, 103:610–11; Making History: The Biographical Narratives of Robert Penn Warren, reviewed, 100:62–66; "Robert Penn Warren at His Peak--A Review Essay," 104:77–94

Cullum, George W., 74:2, 4, 5

Culp, J. M., 73:350, 353

Culpeper County, Va., 70:137

Culpepper, Marilyn Mayer: Trials and Triumphs: The Women of the American Civil War, reviewed, 91:100–101

Cult of True Womanhood: impact on Breckinridge family, 101:47–48, 51

Culton, James, 71:299

Cultural Analysis of Kinship: The Legacy of David M. Schneider, by Richard Feinberg and Martin Ottenheimer: reviewed, 99:434–35

Cultural Perspectives on the American South: vol. 5, Religion, edited by Charles Reagan Wilson, noted, 90:428–29

Cumberland, Ky., 72:340; Southeastern Community & Technical College in, 107:505



Cumberland Blood: Champ Ferguson's Civil War, by Thomas D. Mays: reviewed, 106:231–33

Cumberland College (Williamsburg, Ky.), 74:115, 110:46

Cumberland County, Ky., 68:231, 235, 238, 100:11–12; Federal occupation of, 110:339; Thomas Lincoln in, 106:356

Cumberland Falls (McCreary and Whitley counties, Ky.), 76:307; illus., 100:297; proposed power dam at, 81:25–58

Cumberland Falls Preservation Association, 81:36, 38, 40, 48–51

Cumberland fleet (Union), 69:26

Cumberland Ford, 70:167, 71:297, 300

Cumberland Ford (Ky.), 68:100–102

Cumberland Furnance, Tenn.: during Civil War, 110:463, 465

Cumberland Gap (Ky.), 68:92, 94–96, 99, 102, 124, 128–29, 176, 69:232, 339, 341, 350, 70:72, 219, 226, 274–75, 288, 292, 71:405–6, 424, 469, 72:29, 227–28, 392, 73:80, 102, 123, 74:316, 75:127, 76:307, 78:200, 203, 79:129–31, 257, 80:422, 424, 90:94–95, 91:298, 303, 92:387, 389, 96:226, 241, 345, 97:156, 98:45, 372, 102:484, 510; during Civil War, 108:41, 57, 110:375; George W. Morgan at, 108:38; illus., 105:668; migration through, 106:335, 343; Twenty-second Kentucky Union Infantry Regiment at, 105:660, 667–69, 671

Cumberland Gap National Park, 68:96

Cumberland Iron Works (Tenn.), 74:75

Cumberland Mountains (Ky.), 69:339, 70:255, 73:191, 107:486; and treatment of tuberculosis, 105:635

Cumberland National Forest, 68:130; renaming of, 75:243

Cumberland Plateau, 72:287, 73:164, 166–68, 94:266

Cumberland Presbyterians: See Presbyterians

Cumberland region (Ky.): flooding in, 107:379–80

Cumberland River, 68:92–93, 99–101, 103, 118, 129, 311

Cumberland River (Ky.), 69:17, 29, 218, 223, 339, 398, 70:200, 202, 206, 209, 211, 213, 219, 261, 267, 271, 274, 298, 71:76, 78, 127, 437–38, 469, 72:21, 29–32, 34–36, 251, 73:63, 309, 330, 402, 75:91, 128–29, 88:188–91, 195, 94:62, 153, 95:1, 3, 7, 97:45, 49, 51, 55, 57, 59, 63, 74, 82, 156, 247–48, 99:339, 107:471, 475, 108:21–22, 66–68; during Civil War, 74:1–7, 79, 83, 167, 169, 177, 181, 188–90, 108:71, 110:450; economic development along, 80:392–407; immigration along, 80:392–407; and Livingston County, Ky., 69:239–40, 242–44, 248–49, 252–53, 262, 269; settlement near, 106:345

Cumberland River Power Company, 81:25, 28–29, 31, 35, 39–40, 42, 54–55

Cumberland Road: bill for, 73:254

Cumberland Rolling Mills (Tenn.), 74:189

Cumberland Trace: and Taylor County, Ky., 70:219–24

"Cumberland Trace Through Taylor County, Kentucky, The," compiled by Florence Merkley, 70:219–24

Cumberland University (Lebanon, Tenn.), 68:212–13, 89:141

Cumberland University (Williamsburg, Ky.), 70:135

Cumberland Valley (Ky.), 69:242; Native Americans in, 106:334

Cumbler, John T.: From Abolition to Rights for All: The Making of a Reform Community in the Nineteenth Century, reviewed, 105:719–20; book reviews by, 102:454–56, 106:260–61

Cuming, Fortescue, 77:16, 94:11, 12, 25

Cumming, Kitty, 90:71

Cumming, William P.: British Maps of Colonial America, reviewed, 73:87–88

Cummings, Charles, 80:268

Cummings, E. E.: antiwar sentiments of, 102:395

Cummings, George D., 68:280

Cummings, Green, 97:13

Cummings, William E.: "Pomp, Pandemonium, and Paramours: The G. A. R. Convention of 1895," 81:274–86

Cummins, Albert B., 95:53

Cummins, D. Duane: ed., Alexander Campbell: A Literary Biography, vol. 2, Adventurer in Freedom, by Eva Jean Wrather, reviewed, 105:281–82

Cummins, Light Townsend: Spanish Observers and the American Revolution, 1775–1783, reviewed, 91:85–86

Cumstock, John, 71:299

Cundiff, Robert, 90:152

Cunha, George Martin: and Dorothy Grant Cunha, Library and Archives Conservation: 1980s and Beyond, vols. 1 & 2, noted, 82:109

Cunha, Paula, 82:46–48, 50–51

Cunliffe, Marcus, 90:52; Chattel Slavery and Wage Slavery: The Anglo-American Context, 1830–1860, reviewed, 79:185–87

Cunningham, Bill: On Bended Knees; The Night Rider Story, reviewed, 82:396–97; Castle: The Story of a Kentucky Prison, noted, 94:105; Flames in the Wind, noted, 81:462; oral history interviews with Thomas D. Clark, 103:309

Cunningham, Charles M., 73:361

Cunningham, Earl, 94:290

Cunningham, Edward, 72:302

Cunningham, Everett W., 80:81, 83

Cunningham, Gerald: and civil rights protests in Lexington, Ky., 109:369; and civil rights protests in Richmond, Ky., 109:387

Cunningham, H. H.: Doctors in Gray: The Confederate Medical Service, noted, 92:121–22

Cunningham, James, 89:355, 358; business of, 109:306; and the Underground Railroad, 109:323–24

Cunningham, Karen L., 99:277

Cunningham, Lela: and civil rights protests in Richmond, Ky., 109:385

Cunningham, Noble E. Jr., 71:370; Popular Images of the Presidency: From Washington to Lincoln, reviewed, 91:93–94; The Presidency of James Monroe, reviewed, 94:312–14; In Pursuit of Reason: The Life of Thomas Jefferson, reviewed, 85:367–68

Cunningham, Oliver: and civil rights protests in Richmond, Ky., 109:385

Cunningham, Raoul, 109:428

Cunningham, Richard, 72:375–76, 378

Cunningham, Robert: and the Non-Partisan Registration Committee, 109:409

Cunningham, Rodger: Apples on the Flood: The Southern Mountain Experience, reviewed, 87:62–63

Cunningham, Z. T., 81:414

Cunningham v. Grayson (1975): and Jefferson County school desegregation, 105:23–24

Cuong, Nguyen Duy, 97:335

Cupples, George: medical treatment of Burritt Hamilton Fee, 105:648–52

"Curbing Leviathan: The Social Philosophy of Louis D. Brandeis" by Nelson L. Dawson, 77:30–45

Curci, Fran, 85:160

Curd, Ed, 84:67–69

Curd, John: Daniel Boone survey receipt, illus., 102:548

Curd, R. A., 97:394

Curd family: Daniel Boone document, 103:54–55

Curd House (Lexington, Ky.): George A. Ellsworth at, 108:79



Curing the Cross-Eyed Mule: Appalachian Mountain Humor, by Loyal Jones and Billy Edd Wheeler: noted, 88:371

Curley, James, 71:320–21

Curley, James Michael, 92:179

Curley, Stephen J.: and Frank J. Wetta, Celluloid Wars: A Guide to Film and the American Experience of War, reviewed, 92:227–30

Curlin, George, 84:407

Curlin, William, 84:417

Curran, F. W., 81:160

Curran, Thomas, 76:151

Curran, Thomas E.: Soldiers of Peace: Civil War Pacifism and the Postwar Radical Peace Movement, reviewed, 101:354–55

Currans, James: Burritt Hamilton Fee visits, 105:649–50

Currens, Sharon, 99:257

Current, Richard N., 72:8; Northernizing the South, reviewed, 82:296–98; Speaking of Lincoln: The Man and His Meaning for Our Times, reviewed, 82:408–9; Those Terrible Carpetbaggers: A Reinterpretation, reviewed, 87:74–76

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

Currie, James T.: The United States House of Representatives, reviewed, 86:307–8

Currie-McDaniel, Ruth: Carpetbagger of Conscience: A Biography of John Emory Bryant, noted, 85:392–93

Currier, Stephen R., 99:41

Currier & Ives, 75:207; cartoon, 106:414, 107:157; print of, illus., 106:539

Curry, Captain——, 68:350

Curry, Carolyn Newton: book review by, 91:99–100

Curry, George, 72:425

Curry, James, 69:258

Curry, J. L. M., 96:38

Curry, Leonard P., 104:679; book reviews by, 70:158–60, 77:51–53, 81:212–14

Curry, Lerond: Protestant-Catholic Relations in America: World War I through Vatican II, reviewed, 71:211–14

Curry, Miss ——, 69:191

Curry, Richard O., ed.: Radicalism, Racism, and Party Realignment: The Border States during Reconstruction, reviewed, 69:175–77

Curry family, 68:225, 70:52, 55–56

Curse of Bigness, by Louis D Brandeis, 77:36

"Curse of Canaan": and the slavery debate, 110:274–77

Curti, Merle, 71:329; on eulogies, 106:537; The Roots of American Loyalty, 73:31

Curtin, Andrew J., 73:287, 74:148, 149

Curtis, Anthony P.: book review by, 106:282–85

Curtis, Carroll M.: ed., A Kaleidoscope of Life: Poems by Paul L. Tarter, noted, 90:220–21

Curtis, Edward, 86:348

Curtis, George M. III: and Harold B. Gill Jr., eds., "A Virginian's First Views of Kentucky: David Meade to Joseph Prentis, August 14, 1796," 90:117–39

Curtis, James C.: book review by, 81:211–12

Curtis, Michael Kent: Free Speech, "The People's Darling Privilege": Struggles for Freedom of Expression in American History, reviewed, 99:187–88

Curtis, Samuel R.: illus., 106:422; Thomas Hutchison interview, 106:422, 429

Curzon, George Nathaniel, 74:151



Cushing of Gettysburg: The Story of a Union Artillery Commander, by Kent Masterson Brown: reviewed, 92:425–26

Custer, George A., 75:252, 83:319–21; purchases Victory (horse), 100:483

Custom House (New Orleans, La.), 103:502

Cutler, Charles L.: O Brave New Words! Native American Loanwords in Current English, reviewed, 93:216–18

Cutler, Wayne: book review by, 79:386–87; and Carese M. Parker, eds., Correspondence of James K. Polk, vol. 6, 1842–1843, reviewed, 82:300–301; and Earl J. Smith, and Corese M. Parker, editors, Correspondence of James K. Polk, vol. 5: 1839–1841, reviewed, 79:283–85; and Herbert Weaver, editors, Correspondence of James K. Polk, vol. 4 1837-1838,reviewed, 77:65–67; and James P. Cooper Jr., eds., Correspondence of James K. Polk, vol. 7, January–August 1844, reviewed, 88:212–13; North for Union: John Appleton's Journal of a Tour to New England Made by President Polk in June and July 1847, reviewed, 85:373–74

Cutler, William W. III: Parents and Schools: The 150-Year Struggle for Control in American Education, reviewed, 100:265–67

Cutrer, Thomas W.: ed., A Terry Texas Ranger; The Life Record of H. W. Graber, noted, 85:391

Cutright, Paul Russell: Theodore Roosevelt: The Making of a Conservationist, reviewed, 84:436–38

Cutter, Barbara: book review by, 108:132–34

Cutter, George W.: Kenton Company, Second Kentucky Infantry, 106:15; returns Henry Clay Jr.'s pistols, 106:13, 40

Cuyler, James, 95:372–80, 383

C. Vann Woodward, Southerner, by John Herbert Roper: reviewed, 86:305–6

Cycles of American History, by Arthur M. Schlesinger Jr.: reviewed, 85:265–67

Cynthiana (Ky.) News, 71:41

Cynthiana, Ky., 69:108, 110, 114, 191, 75:122–23, 76:142, 94:66, 95:419, 105:401, 110:317; Civil War skirmish at, 108:36; John Hunt Morgan in, 108:33, 36–37; racial tensions in, 109:442–43; and rumor of slave plot, 110:320

Cynthiana-Paris Road, 72:263

Czolgosz, Leon, 78:340


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Dabney, Edward, 90:256

Dabney, Edward Settle, 99:33

Dabney, Emmanuel: book review by, 108:402–4

Dabney, Virginius: Across the Years: Memories of a Virginian, reviewed, 77:239–40; The Jefferson Scandals: A Rebuttal, reviewed, 80:458–60; Mr. Jefferson's University: A History, reviewed, 81:316–17; Richmond: The Story of a City, reviewed, 75:248–49; Virginia: The New Dominion (A History from 1607 to the present), 70:325–26

"Dachau Album: Perspectives from War Crimes Prosecutor William O. Miller and Court Reporter Leona Mumedy Miller, 1946–47," edited by James Russell Harris and Caroline R. Miller, 95:135–80

"Daddy's Gone to War": The Second World War in the Lives of America's Children, by William M. Tuttle Jr.: reviewed, 92:112–13

Daffell, Todd, 88:35

Dafour, ——, 69:318

Daguerre, Louis, 78:215

Dahl, Robert A., 82:23

Dahringer, John F., 70:82, 249

Daily, C. Franklin, 76:133

Daily, Charles Henry: memoir of, 76:133–52

Daily, Henry: Shaker journal of, 109:13–14, 16, 18, 21–22

Daily, Jennie, 76:144

Daily, John, 76:142–43

Daily, J. W., 76:144

Daily, Martha Jackson Wilson, 76:133

Daily Confederate News (Columbus, Ohio), 73:24

Daily Life During World War I, by Neil M. Heyman: reviewed, 101:179–81

Daily Life in the U.S., 1920–1939, by David E. Kyvig: noted, 101:396

Daily National Intelligencer (Washington, D.C.): and Garrett Davis, 110:375–76

Daily Princetonian, 104:428; and Edward F. Prichard, 104:424–25, 427

Daily Student (Indiana University), 77:114

Daily Universal Register (London, England), 73:288, 289

Dain, Bruce: book review by, 100:526–27

Daingerfield, Foxhall, 98:60

Dale (U.S. convey ship), 69:14

Dale, Abraham, 92:140

Dale, Carter: Dudley's regiment, 104:20

Dale, William, 88:131

Dale Hollow Lake (Cumberland, Clinton counties, Ky.), 94:396

Daley, Arthur, 88:180

Dalhart, Vernon, 93:305

Dalitz, Moe, 98:344–46

Dallam, Frances Paca, 78:209

Dallas, George M., 68:18

Dallas, Texas, 68:151, 78:44, 100:200

Dallek, Robert: Franklin Roosevelt and American Foreign Policy, 1932–1945, reviewed, 78:381–83; Lone Star Rising: Lyndon Johnson and His Times, 1908–1960, reviewed, 90:214–15; on Lyndon B. Johnson and Vietnam, 102:330, 332

Dallesburg, Ky., 69:117

Dallin, David J., 72:83

Dalpeau, Charles, 71:372

Dalton, C. David: book notes by, 84:104, 454; book reviews by, 90:392–93

Dalton, Ga., 75:131, 77:171, 94:159, 161–62, 164; George A. Ellsworth in, 108:78

Dalton, John, 79:317

Daly, John Patrick: book reviews by, 103:771–72, 104:712–14

Damascus, Syria: John S. Rarey in, 108:202



Damned and the Beautiful: American Youth in the 1920's, by Paula S. Fass: noted, 79:98

Dampierre-sur-Linotte, France: during World War II, 110:80

Damron family, 69:287

Dams, Parks & Politics, by Elmo Richardson: reviewed, 72:190–92

Dana, Charles A.: reports of Grant's drunkenness, 103:637

Dana, Lewis, 105:243

Da Nang, Vietnam: illus., 102:333

Dandalet, Tom, 97:409, 412

Dandelion on the Acropolis, by Jesse Stuart: reviewed, 77:141–42

Dandridge, Alexander Spotswood, 70:281, 78:307

Dandy, W. C., 70:99

Danger on the Doorstep: Anti-Catholicism and American Print Culture in the Progressive Era, by Justin Nordstrom: reviewed, 104:745–46

Dangerous Nation: America's Place in the World from Its Earliest Days to the Dawn of the Twentieth Century, by Robert Kagan: reviewed, 105:282–85

Dangerous Place, A: California's Unsettling Fate, by Marc Reisner: reviewed, 101:216–18

"Dangerous Situation, Delayed Response: Col. John Bowman and the Kentucky Expedition of 1777," by William Dodd Brown, 97:137–57



Dangerous Strangers: Minority Newcomers and Criminal Violence in the Urban West, 1850–2000, by Kevin J. Mullen: reviewed, 103:806–8

Daniel, David: Federal occupation of Ky., 110:344

Daniel, E. Randolph: book review by, 79:277–78

Daniel, G. W., 95:382

Daniel, Henry, 74:53, 78:133

Daniel, Larry J.: book reviews by, 95:202–3, 103:795–96; Soldiering in the Army of Tennessee: A Portrait of Life in a Confederate Army, reviewed, 90:395–96

Daniel, Mary L., 93:61–62

Daniel, Pete: Breaking the Land: The Transformation of Cotton, Tobacco, and Rice Cultures Since 1880, reviewed, 84:94–95; et al., Official Images: New Deal Photography, reviewed, 86:300–302; Lost Revolutions: The South in the 1950s, reviewed, 98:313–14; The Shadow of Slavery: Peonage in the South, 1901–1969, 70:328–30; Standing at the Crossroads: Southern Life Since 1900, reviewed, 86:95–96; Toxic Drift: Pesticides and Health in the Post-World II South, reviewed, 104:190–92

Daniel, Walker: death of, 106:176

Daniel, William, 95:254, 261, 272, 274, 277, 279



Daniel Boone (film), 98:372–73

Daniel Boone (horse), 100:485



Daniel Boone: An American Life, by Michael A. Lofaro, 100:497, 499; reviewed, 102:91–92

Daniel Boone and the Defeat at Blue Licks, by Neal O. Hammon: noted, 108:168

"Daniel Boone as American Icon: A Literary View," by Richard Taylor, 102:513–33

Daniel Boone Memorial Association, 103:52

Daniel Boone National Forest (Ky.), 90:53

"Daniel Boone's American Life: An Interview with Biographer Michael Lofaro," edited by James Russell Harris and Kenneth H. Williams, 100:497–504

Daniel Boone: The Life and Legend of an American Pioneer, by John Mack Faragher: reviewed, 91:324–29

"Daniel Boone the Surveyor: Old Images and New Realities," by Neal O. Hammon and James Russell Harris, 102:535–66

Daniel Boone Troupe: visit to Frankfort, 90:91

"'Daniel Boone Was a Man': A Review Essay of Daniel Boone: The Life and Legend of an American Pioneer," by Andrew R. L. Cayton, 91:324–29

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