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



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Daniels, James R., 72:201

Daniels, Jeff, 92:404

Daniels, Josephus, 77:34, 92:193, 196, 94:254

Daniels, Roger: book reviews by, 85:265–67, 104:733–35



Daniel Smith, Frontier Statesman, by Walter T. Durham: reviewed, 76:65–66

Daniel Webster and the Oratory of Civil Religion, by Craig R. Smith: reviewed, 103:563–66

Daniel Webster: The Man and His Time, by Robert Remini: reviewed, 96:199–201

Dann, John C.: editor, The Revolution Remembered: Eyewitness Accounts of the War for Independence, reviewed, 80:341–45

Dannenbaum, Jed: Drink and Disorder: Temperance Reform in Cincinnati from the Washingtonian Revival to the WCTU, noted, 84:105

Dant, James, 68:252, 262

Dant, Joseph, 68:252

Dantic, James I.: "The Kentucky Volunteer Foot Soldier in the Mexican War: A Social History of Company B, Second Regiment, Kentucky Infantry Volunteers," 95:237–83

D'Antonio, Patricia, 101:69

Danville (Ky.) Advocate, 71:41–42, 44, 48, 72:125

Danville (Ky.) Quarterly Review, 106:379

Danville (Ky.) Tri-Weekly Advocate: and girls' basketball, 109:160–61

Danville, Ky., 69:51, 64, 319, 369, 372, 376, 379, 70:122, 132, 71:227, 233, 369, 373, 387, 410, 72:11–12, 24, 112, 121, 232, 236, 238, 378, 380, 383, 73:188, 217, 232–33, 293, 300–301, 362, 398–99, 74:106, 129, 185, 75:126, 77:15, 94:26, 64, 398, 95:337–38, 355, 361, 97:365, 99:208, 102:32, 106:397–98, 402, 110:317–18; black church in, 110:322; during Civil War, 106:590; during Civil War, memoirs of Mrs. E. B. Patterson, 92:347–99; conventions in, 72:280; Dorman family in, 106:353; free blacks in, 110:301, 321; German POWs in, 100:143, 146; girls' basketball teams in, 109:160–61; John Hunt Morgan in, 108:55–57; Literary Club of, 73:232; newspapers of, 106:410, 430; Presbyterian congregation at, 106:179–82; proposal to relocate state capital to, 104:249, 251, 254, 259, 269, 274, 276–77, 281; during the secession crisis, 106:414–15; sectionalism, slavery, and education in, 68:292–310; and the Shakers, 109:23; slaves in, 110:323; telegraphic communication during Civil War, 108:54

Danville, N.Y., 105:629

Danville and Pleasant Hill Road Company: meetings of, 109:20

Danville Kickapoos: girls' basketball team, 109:160–61

Danville Political Club (Danville, Ky.), 73:106, 91:135, 95:351, 352–53

Danville Presbyterian Church (Danville, Ky.), 73:219, 232

Danville Quarterly Review, 69:369–71, 373–74, 376–77, 381; article by Robert J. Breckinridge in, 110:283

Danville Theological Seminary (Danville, Ky.), 68:304, 306–7, 309–10, 69:363, 72:212–13, 218, 333, 91:155, 110:283

Danville Tuscaroras: girls' basketball team, 109:160–61

Darbo, William D., 69:117

Darien, Andrew: book review by, 105:761–62

Dark, Alvin, 99:106

"Dark and Bloody Ground," myth of, 90:1–25

Dark Days of Abraham Lincoln's Widow: As Revealed by Her Own Letters, by Myra Helmer Pritchard, edited by Jason Emerson: noted, 109:148–49

Dark Hills to Westward: The Saga of Jennie Wiley, by Harry M. Caudill: reviewed, 68:90

Dark Hills to Westward: The Saga of Jenny Wiley, by Harry M. Caudill: noted, 93:251

Dark Horse: A Biography of Wendell Willkie, by Steve Neal: reviewed, 82:417–18

Dark Journey: Black Mississippians in the Age of Jim Crow, by Neil R. McMillen, 99:368; reviewed, 88:100–101

Dark Lanterns: Secret Political Societies, Conspiracies, and Treason Trials in the Civil War, by Frank L. Klement: reviewed, 83:278–79

Darkness at Dawn, A: Appalachian Kentucky and the Future, by Harry M. Caudill, 107:492; reviewed, 75:57

Dark Side of Hopkinsville: Stories by Ted Poston, compiled by Kathleen Houke: reviewed, 90:187–89

Darling, Lucia, 98:15–16

Darlington, William M., 86:6

Darnell, Jane, 81:39–40

Darnell, Lawrence, 70:282, 72:241

Darnell, Linda: illus., 100:195

Darnell family: feuds of, 77:26

Darnell General Hospital (Danville, Ky.), 100:146

Darrac, John, 77:16, 20

Darrow, Nathan B., 69:264

Darrow, Russel T., 70:212

Dartmouth College (Hanover, N.H.), 88:179

Darwin, Charles, 72:283; rise of eugenics, 102:219

Darwinism, 93:14

Dary, David: Frontier Medicine: From the Atlantic to the Pacific, 1492-1941, reviewed, 106:240–42

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

Daugharty, John: See John Dougharty

Daugherity, Brian: book review by, 101:384–85

Daugherty, James: Daniel Boone illus., 102:518–21

Daugherty, Leo J. III: "'Kentuckians All': The Journey of Three Kentucky U.S. Marine Corps Reserve Companies in War and Peace, 1948-1968," 110:135–63

Daugherty, Robert L.: book review by, 78:285–87

Daugherty, Steve, 107:350



Daughter of the Legend, by Jesse Stuart, 75:280; noted, 93:505

Daughter of the Legend by Jesse Stuart, 74:327

Daughter's College (Harrodsburg, Ky.), 72:263

Daughters of American Revolution (DAR), 71:199

Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR), 75:115, 92:154, 99:289, 294

Daughtery, Harry M., 70:337

Daughtery family, 68:224

Daveiss, Joseph Hamilton, 69:92, 70:317, 73:416, 76:101, 107–8, 110, 94:357–58

Davenport, F. Garvin Jr.: Myth of Southern History, The: Historical Consciousness in Twentieth Century Southern Literature, reviewed, 69:95–98

Davenport, John, 90:55; book review by, 103:806–8

Davenport, Patrick Henry, 99:208–9

Davenport, Walter, 79:235, 237, 91:188

David, Horace, 73:152

David, John Baptist, 68:256, 258, 263, 97:354, 359–60, 362, 367–68; and Saint Thomas Seminary, 108:215

David, Paul, 70:184



David A. Sayre History Symposium: Collected Lectures, 1985–1989, edited by F. Kevin Simon: noted, 91:241–42

David Crockett: The Man and The Legend, by James Atkins Shackford: noted, 85:391–92, 94:109–10

David Garrick (horse), 100:492

Davidge, Rezin H., 71:171

David Lavender's Colorado, by David Lavender: reviewed, 76:82–84

David Ruggles: A Radical Black Abolitionist and the Underground Railroad, by Graham Russell Gao Hodges: reviewed, 107:595–97

Davidson, Basil: Africa: History of a Continent, reviewed, 71:309–11

Davidson, Donald, 75:268, 274, 278, 80:4, 10, 16, 31–33, 47, 104:85; and Robert Penn Warren, 104:91; The Tennessee: The Old River: Frontier to Secession, reviewed, 79:281–83

Davidson, Eva Rucker, 73:211

Davidson, James, 89:241, 242, 265, 95:246, 247, 250, 277

Davidson, Jane P.: book review by, 106:69–70

Davidson, J. O., 73:319

Davidson, John, 89:262

Davidson, Levette, 73:71

Davidson, Matthew, 90:324

Davidson, Robert: and the Cane Ridge revival, 69:217–20, 222–24, 227, 229–30, 106:182–83; on Ky. Presbyterianism, 106:176

Davidson, Roe, 81:294. 298

Davidson, Roger H.: and Richard A. Baker, eds., First Among Equals: Outstanding Senate Leaders of the Twentieth Century, reviewed, 90:423–24

Davidson, William, 77:10, 95:246

Davidson County, Tenn.: during Civil War, 110:453

David Wendell Yandell: Physician of Old Louisville, by Nancy Disher Baird: reviewed, 77:209–10

Davie, George M., 70:113–14, 118, 76:29, 31

Davie, William R., 70:31, 33

Davies, ——, 83:227

Davies, Charlton ("Shorty"), 97:404–5, 408–9, 412, 414–15, 417–19

Davies, Dr. ——: during Mexican War, 106:21

Davies, Gordon K.: book reviews by, 101:385–87, 104:781–83

Davies, Hysel, 86:223

Davies, Margery W.: Woman's Place Is at the Typewriter: Office Work and Office Workers, 1870–1930, noted, 83:296

Davies, Paul, 97:437

Davies, Samuel, 74:336; illus, 106:169; New Side Presbyterians, 106:188; relationship with David Rice, 106:170, 172–74, 189; revivalism of, 106:170–76

Davies, Wallace: Patriotism on Parade: The Story of Veterans' and Hereditary Organizations in America, 1783-1900, 110:578

Davies, Will, 94:248–49

Daviess County, Ky., 69:4, 174–75, 72:125, 74:86, 90, 77:12–13, 100:10; German POWs in, 100:142, 146; i (Jan.)

Daviess County Historical Society, 73:416

Davion, Antoine, 69:245

Davis, ——, 73:125

Davis, Allen F.: book review by, 89:314–15

Davis, Allison, 99:41

Davis, Arthur N., 75:87–88

Davis, Azariah, 72:232–33, 239–40

Davis, Bette, 98:418, 420–21

Davis, Burke: Sherman's March, reviewed, 79:391–92

Davis, Charles L.: "Green v. Gould (1884) and the Construction of Postbellum Race Relations in a Central Kentucky Community," 105:383–416; "Racial Politics in Central Kentucky during the Post-Reconstruction Era: Bourbon County, 1877-1899," 108:315–16, 347–80

Davis, Charles T.: and Henry Louis Gates Jr., eds., The Slave's Narrative, reviewed, 84:85–87

Davis, Colin J.: and Robert Cassanelo, eds., Migration and Transformation of the Southern Workplace since 1945, reviewed, 108:164–65

Davis, David: and Mary Todd Lincoln, 109:195, 201

Davis, David Brion, 77:84, 89:340, 102:27; interpretation of slavery, 103:740

Davis, Donald E.: and Eugene P. Trani, The First Cold War: The Legacy of Woodrow Wilson in U.S.–Soviet Relations, reviewed, 100:543–44

Davis, Dwight, 81:38

Davis, Edgar, 104:459

Davis, Edmund E., 69:61

Davis, Edward, 98:71, 73, 75

Davis, Elmer: Edward F. Prichard Jr. interview, 105:2

Davis, Garrett, 69:323, 71:344, 347, 72:377, 74:36, 75:7, 10, 12, 14, 80:285, 93:388–90, 409, 96:334, 99:353, 110:237, 306; and Abraham Lincoln, 110:363–64, 377–78; constitutional views in Civil War era, 110:363–402; and emancipation, 106:582–83; and Henry Clay, 110:382; and Lazarus Powell, 110:376; opposition to John C. Frémont, 106:577–78; and Reconstruction, 110:398–402; and the secession issue, 110:259; and slavery, 110:371–73; support for the Union, 110:312

Davis, George B.: and Preston Brown case, 104:67–72

Davis, Gussie, 93:304

Davis, Harry, 104:591–92

Davis, Hartly, 91:180

Davis, Horace, 73:153

Davis, Hugh: book review by, 105:493–94

Davis, Irene, 96:134

Davis, Jack, 87:430, 97:288, 101:419

Davis, Jack E.: Race Against Time: Culture and Separation in Natchez since 1930, reviewed, 100:103–5

Davis, James, 72:235, 92:13

Davis, James S., 69:332, 335–36



Davis, Jeff C., 84:348

Davis, Jefferson, 68:8, 174, 69:1–2, 5–6, 268, 70:166, 172, 175, 226–27, 255–59, 272, 352, 71:316, 72:58, 73:18, 27–28, 30, 356, 418, 74:296, 301, 75:22, 137–39, 319, 76:5, 12–13, 17, 307, 329, 79:8, 14, 20, 32–33, 36, 124, 127, 86:355, 357, 362–63, 365, 89:370–71, 375, 93:29, 263, 265, 268, 269, 272, 96:327, 97:23–24, 269, 282, 98:240, 309–10, 435–38, 99:96–97, 342–43, 348, 357, 390, 101:399, 417, 428, 103:670, 106:374–75, 377, 379, 382, 387–89, 405, 452–53, 603, 107:161, 108:56, 110:232, 350, 389, 412, 434–35, 447, 449, 491; and Abraham Lincoln, 107:178, 181, 195–97, 242–43, 257–58, 110:247–48, 250; American identity of, 101:434–35; and arming slaves, 107:158–59; Army of Tennessee, 101:451–52; bicentennial celebrations of, 107:144–45; biographies of, 101:401–2, 429–30; and the Black Hawk War, 102:506; burial of, 107:208–9; capture of, 107:191–92, 195; and the Civil War, 107:147–62; and the commemorative landscape, 107:237–61; comparison to Abraham Lincoln, 101:453–54, 106:496, 107:178, 181, 195–97; comparison to Satan, 107:169; and Confederate military strategy, 101:444–52; and the Confederate rank structure, 101:452–53; and Confederate States of America, 101:421, 434–35; death of, 105:406; diplomacy of, 107:193–95; education of, 101:432; and the Emancipation Proclamation, 107:156–57; and guerrilla warfare, 103:517–20, 533, 535; hanged in effigy, 103:655–56; and Henry Clay, 107:259–60; illus., 101:412, 106:383, 107:150, 157, 232, 246; image of in Great Britain, 107:166; inaugeration of, 107:154–56; interview about, 101:401–56; Kentucky Historical Society symposium about, 107:141–262; and Ky., 101:401, 106:481, 107:173–76, 231–32; and Lost Cause ideology, 107:159–61, 203–35; marriages of, 101:402; memory of in Ky., 107:210–18; and Mexican War, 101:431, 106:29; monuments and statues, 101:400, 104:79, 107:143, 145, 163–64, 206–10, 215–16, 231, 233, 241; opinion of in Ky., 107:216–19; opinion of Reconstruction, 101:435; opinion of Republican Party, 107:153–54; papers of, 101:430–31; personality of, 107:197–98; political opposition to, 107:198–200; portrait of, 106:298, 107:213; portrait of, illus., 107:212; postwar career of, 107:159–61, 246–47; qualifications for president of the Confederate States of America, 101:418–20; reinterrment of, 107:208–9; relationship with Joseph E. Johnston, 101:441; relationship with P. G. T. Beauregard, 101:441; relationship with Robert E. Lee, 101:444–47; Rise and Fall of Confederate Government, 107:159, 161, 205; and Robert E. Lee, 107:243–46; scholars and the Civil War, 107:163–201; and secession, 101:413, 418, 422, 434–35, 107:159–61; Senate Committee for Military Affairs, 101:419; and slavery, 101:402, 107:148–52, 160–61, 260–61; southern criticism of, 107:158–59; special issue of the Register of the Kentucky Historical Society, 107:147–261; and states' rights, 107:152–54, 158, 161; support for James Buchanan, 106:386; support for John C. Breckinridge, 101:414, 420; and the tariff issue, 107:172–73; toast to, 77:7; and Todd County, Ky., 107:214, 219, 248–49, 257–58; and Transylvania University, 107:215–16, 259, 108:217; and U.S. Constitution, 107:159–61; and the U.S. Military Academy, 107:176, 178, 192–93; as war leader, 101:435–37, 447–50, 107:176–82

Davis, Jefferson Columbus, 73:184, 297, 396, 400, 403, 406, 96:329, 330–31, 341, 98:159

Davis, Joe: death of, 107:257; statue of, 107:145

Davis, John, 68:100, 71:15, 72:270, 75:298, 88:147, 96:294

Davis, John H.: and J. Winston Coleman Jr., 103:705, 718–19

Davis, John W., 73:97, 74:254, 92:183, 186

Davis, Joseph, 77:196; pardon of, 107:160

Davis, Joseph E., 101:445, 453

Davis, Julie: book review by, 105:746–47

Davis, Kenneth S., 93:151; FDR: The New Deal Years, 1933–1937, reviewed, 85:275–76; FDR: The New York Years, 1928–1933, reviewed, 85:95–96

Davis, Lambert: and Robert Penn Warren, 104:82, 84–85

Davis, Lewis, 69:134

Davis, Major ——, 68:8

Davis, Molly, 90:69

Davis, Mrs. ——, 68:96

Davis, Nicholas, 76:98

Davis, Polly Ann, 80:82; "Alben W. Barkley: Vice President," 76:112–32

Davis, Reuben, 70:178, 80:379

Davis, Richard Beale: Intellectual Life in the Colonial South, 1585–1763, reviewed, 78:72–73

Davis, Robert, 68:100

Davis, Samuel, 73:361

Davis, Sarah Knox Taylor, 99:390

Davis, Scott C.: The World of Patience Gromes: Making and Unmaking a Black Community, reviewed, 86:396–98

Davis, Septimus: surveys with Daniel Boone, 102:542

Davis, Theodore, 73:319

Davis, Thomas, 70:42–44

Davis, Thomas T., 70:317

Davis, Tom, 87:47

Davis, Varina Howell, 73:423, 99:97, 101:444, 107:192, 204–5, 231, 257; address about, 107:143

Davis, Virginia: J. Winston Coleman Jr.: A Biographical Sketch with a Review of His Writings, reviewed, 78:69–70

Davis, Walter, 81:153

Davis, Wayne H.: and Roger W. Barbour, Mammals of Kentucky, reviewed, 73:203–5

Davis, W. E.: Water Under the Bridge, noted, 84:238–39

Davis, William, 69:210, 70:163–67, 169–78, 107:510

Davis, William C.: The American Frontier: Pioneers, Settlers, and Cowboys, 1800–1899, reviewed, 98:229–30; The Battle of New Market, reviewed, 74:141–43; and Bell I. Wiley, eds., The Image of War: 1861–1865, vol. 5, The South Besieged, reviewed, 82:301–3; book reviews by, 76:54–55, 166, 84:224–25; Breckinridge: Statesman, Soldier, Symbol, reviewed, 73:417–19; Diary of a Confederate Soldier: John S. Jackman of the Orphan Brigade, noted, 95:461–62; ed., Diary of a Confederate Soldier: John S. Jackman of the Orphan Brigade, reviewed, 89:402–3; ed., The Image of War: 1861–1865, vol. 4, Fighting for Time, reviewed, 82:190–91; ed., The Image of War: 1861–1865, vol. 6, The End of An Era, reviewed, 83:279–80; ed., The Image of War: 1861–1865, vols. 2 and 3, reviewed, 81:323–25; ed., Touched by Fire: A Photographic Portrait of the Civil War, vol. 2, reviewed, 85:376–77; The Imperiled Union, 1861–1865, vol. 1, reviewed, 81:215–16; The Imperiled Union: 1861–1865, vol. 2, Stand in the Day of Battle, reviewed, 82:95–96; and James I. Robertson, eds., Virginia at War: 1863, reviewed, 107:603–5, 108:114; and James I. Robertson, eds., Virginia at War: 1864, reviewed, 107:603–5, 108:114; "John C. Breckinridge," 85:197–212; The Lost Cause: Myths and Realities of the Confederacy, reviewed, 95:199–200; and Meredith L. Swentor, eds.: Blue Grass Confederate: The Headquarters Diary of Edward O. Guerrant, reviewed, 98:117–19; The Orphan Brigade: The Kentucky Confederates Who Couldn't Go Home, reviewed by, 79:68–70; "'Taking the Stump': Campaigning in Old-Time Kentucky," 80:367–91; A Way Through the Wilderness: The Natchez Trace and the Civilization of the Southern Frontier, noted, 94:216–17

Davis, William H.: War Labor Board, 104:503

Davis, William J.: ed., The Partisan Rangers of the Confederate States Army: Memoirs of General Adam Rankin Johnson, noted, 94:218

Davis, William M., 91:272

Davis, William Morris, 80:422

Davis and Lee at War, by Steven E. Woodworth: reviewed, 95:318–19

Davis Bend (Miss.): illus., 101:423; Jefferson Davis's plantations, 101:431

Davis Family Association: reunion of, 107:144

Davis Island: See Davis Bend

Davison, F. Trubee, 71:147

Davis Station, 70:223

Davis Station, Ky., 68:97

Davis Trade School for Veterans (Louisville, Ky), 109:329



Davy Crockett series, 96:126

Davy Crockett: The Man, the Legend, the Legacy, 1786–1986, edited by Michael A. Lofaro: reviewed, 84:217–18

Dawahare, Debra: illus., 109:61; and public school reform, 109:47, 54, 56, 60

Dawahare, S. F., 83:131–32

Dawahares–Kentucky High School Athletic Association Sports Hall of Fame (Lexington, Ky.): and Brenda Hughes, 109:434

Dawes, Henry L., 70:84

Dawkins, O. C., 91:196, 109:396



Dawn Comes to the Mountains, edited by Samuel W. Thomas: noted, 81:234

Dawn of Reason, The, by Doctor James Weir, 72:12

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

Dawson, Charles I., 73:165, 104:446

Dawson, Francis W.: Reminiscences of Confederate Service, reviewed, 80:236–38

Dawson, John E., 74:206–8

Dawson, Joseph G. III: Army Generals and Reconstruction: Louisiana, 1862–1877, noted, 93:383; Army Generals and Reconstruction: Louisiana, 1862–1877, reviewed, 81:322–23; book reviews by, 88:351, 89:319–20, 91:94–96, 350–52, 92:337–38

Dawson, Larry, 83:52

Dawson, Moses, 86:331, 340

Dawson, Nathaniel Henry Rhodes, 69:192

Dawson, Nelson L., 99:391, 101:399; book notes by, 85:391, 101:396, 102:151–52, 279; book reviews by, 75:256–57, 78:268–69, 79:91–92, 82:412–14, 85:188–90, 87:163–64, 91:234–35, 100:505–6, 101:536–38; "Curbing Leviathan: The Social Philosophy of Louis D. Brandeis," 77:30–45; ed., Brandeis and America, reviewed, 88:463–64; editor's pages, 105:569–70, 106:1–2, 107:1–2, 469–70, 108:1–2, 171–72, 315–16, 109:1–2, 151–52; "From Fellow Traveler to Anticommunist: The Odyssey of J. B. Matthews," 84:280–306; hired by KHS, 100:425; illus., 103:492, 105:279; Louis D. Brandeis, Felix Frankfurter, and the New Deal, reviewed, 80:334–36; and Lowell Harrison, A Kentucky Sampler: Essays from The Filson Club History Quarterly, 1926–1976, reviewed, 77:139–40; "Reflections on 'The Forgotten Troop': History as a Collaborative Enterprise," 101:479–88

Dawson Springs, Ky., 69:390; and public school reform, 109:56; and Steven L. Beshear, 106:3

Dawson Springs High School (Dawson Springs, Ky.): and Steven L. Beshear, 106:3

Day, Bill, 85:329

Day, Carl, 71:242, 244, 246–47, 250–51; and the Day Law, 109:359

Day, George Parmly, 92:243

Day, Henry Clay, 94:362

Day, James Butler, 83:129

Day, Laraine, 82:379

Day, Marie Frazier: Kingdom Come: Fact or Fantasy? reviewed, 82:82–83

Day, Richard E.: article by, 109:1–2; "Bert Combs and the Council for Better Education: Catalysts for School Reform," 109:27–62

Day, Roger, 90:114

Day, Sam, 85:329

Day, William R., 78:50

Daybreak of Freedom: The Montgomery Bus Boycott, edited by Stewart Burns: reviewed, 96:111–13

Day Law (1904), 71:232, 238–39, 83:265–66, 84:414, 94:233, 96:59, 99:22; amendment of, 109:349; and Berea College, 105:656; passage of, 109:359, 110:42; repeal of, 110:547; and school desegregation, 109:331–41, 345, 348



Day of Small Things: Abolitionism in the Midst of Slavery: Berea, Kentucky, 1854–1861, by Richard D. Sears: reviewed, 85:72–73

Day of the Carpetbagger: Republican Reconstruction in Mississippi, by William C. Harris: reviewed, 79:392–94

Days of Darkness: The Feuds of Eastern Kentucky, by John Ed Pearce: noted, 107:628; reviewed, 93:209–10

Days of Gold: The California Gold Rush and the American Nation, by Malcolm J. Rohrbough: reviewed, 95:315–16

Day Star (horse), 100:480, 482



Day the Bubble Burst: A Social History of the Wall Street Crash of 1929, by Gordon Thomas and Max Morgan-Witts: reviewed, 78:380–81

Day the Sun Rose Twice: The Story of the Trinity Site Nuclear Explosion of July 16, 1945, by Ferenc Morton Szasz: noted, 94:220–21

Dayton, A. C., 74:204

Dayton, Jonathan, 71:73, 75–76, 78–79, 83–85

Dayton, Ohio, 68:24, 69:133, 72:135, 94:271, 277, 95:172, 100:183, 104:15

Dayton Independent School District: and public school reform, 109:36

Dayton Koors (Dayton, Ohio), 97:422, 425, 427

Dayton Triangles (Dayton, Ohio), 97:422, 424–25, 427, 429, 430, 433–34

D Company, Sixteenth Infantry Battalion (Louisville, Ky.): during the Cold War, 110:162–63; deactivation of, 110:152; history of, 110:140, 142, 153; during Korean War, 110:150–52; training of, 110:143–49

D-Day (Normandy), 99:140; and Forrest C. Pogue, 104:675

"D-Day + 50 (Years, that is)," by William R. Buster, 93:333–36



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

D-Day: June 6, 1944: The Climatic Battle of World War II, by Stephen E. Ambrose, 99:135

dducation: Ogden College, history of, 68:189–220

Deacon, Mr. ——, 73:405

Deacons for Defense and Justice, The: Armed Resistance and the Civil Rights Movement, by Lance Hill: reviewed, 102:272–73

"Dead Hand of Partisanship," by Thomas D. Clark, 103:193–98

Dead Irishmen's Fork (Knott County, Ky.), 78:203

Deadlocked Election of 1800, The: Jefferson, Burr, and the Union in the Balance, by James Roger Sharp: reviewed, 109:213–15

Deadly Bet, The: Vietnam and the 1968 Election, by Walter LaFeber: reviewed, 103:605–6

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