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



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Dead of the House, The, by Hanah Green: reviewed, 70:241–42

Dead Sea: John S. Rarey at, 108:202

Deaf and Dumb Asylum (Danville, Ky.), 82:217

Deal, Douglas: book review by, 105:685–86

Dean, Elmer J., 109:438

Dean, Eric T. Jr.: Shook Over Hell: Post-Traumatic Stress, Vietnam, and the Civil War, reviewed, 96:101–2

Dean, Frank, 101:264; Fayette County, Ky., school board, 101:258–59

Dean, J. C., 78:351, 356, 358, 96:249, 254

Dean, Jeff: Architectural Photography: Techniques for Architects, Preservationists, Historians, Photographers, and Urban Planners, noted, 80:481

Dean, John W.: The Rehnquist Choice: The Untold Story of the Nixon Appointment that Redefined the Supreme Court, reviewed, 99:437–38

Dean, Parker, 85:347

Dean, Robert D.: book review by, 100:250–52; Imperial Brotherhood: Gender and the Making of Cold War Foreign Policy, reviewed, 100:252–53



Dean Acheson: A Life in the Cold War, by Robert L. Beisner: reviewed, 105:549–51

Deane, Silas, 83:204

Dear, Joseph Clark: Ky. Regiment, 105:592, 608–9

Dear Alben: Mr. Barkley of Kentucky, by James K. Libbey: reviewed, 78:164–67

Dearborn, Henry, 71:72, 79, 88:406–7



Dear Brother: Letters of William Clark to Jonathan Clark, edited by James J. Holmberg: reviewed, 100:201–2

Dear Ellie, by Mac Kay Summers: reviewed, 75:257–58

Dearest Susie: A Civil War Infantryman's Letters to His Sweetheart, edited by Carl E. Hatch: reviewed, 69:387–88

Dearing, J. Earl, 104:231, 109:429; opposition to William S. Milburn, 109:423

Dearing, Miss ——, 70:177–78

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

"'Dear Pa is in a worry': The Life and Death of Burritt Hamilton Fee," by Marion B. Lucas, 105:617–56

Death and Dying in Central Appalachia: Changing Attitudes and Practices, by James K. Crissman: reviewed, 92:412–14

Death in the Haymarket: A Story of Chicago, the First Labor Movement, and the Bombing That Divided Gilded Age America, by James Green: reviewed, 104:335–36

Death in the New World: Cross-Cultural Encounters, 1492-1800, by Erik R. Seeman: reviewed, 108:259–61

Death Rode the Rails: American Railroad Accidents and Safety, 1828–1965, by Mark Aldrich: reviewed, 104:177–79

Deaton, Benton, 95:63

Deaton, Dale, 81:289

Deaton, Junior: and the Brookside, Ky., coal strike, 107:500; image of store, 107:498

"Debate over Whipping Criminals in Kentucky, The," by Robert M. Ireland, 100:5–27

DeBats, Donald: and Paul Bourke, Washington County: Politics and Community in Antebellum America, reviewed, 94:78–80

De Beck, Billy, 96:126

DeBerry, John H.: book note by, 88:119; book reviews by, 73:330, 334, 78:373–75, 81:323–25, 82:179–81, 88:476–77, 89:312–13, 90:402–3, 91:224–25, 439–43, 92:423–24, 95:199–200, 426–27, 96:95–96, 205–6; "The Glory Is Theirs Forever: Remarks Delivered at the Rededication of the Kentucky Monument at Shiloh Battlefield, April 1989," 88:278–86

DeBlasio, Donna M.: and Charles F. Ganzert, David H. Mould, Stephen S. Paschen, and Howard L. Sacks, Catching Stories: A Practical Guide to Oral History, reviewed, 107:294–96

Deboe, William J., 76:286, 98:88; and Preston Brown, 104:60

De Bourgmont, Etienne, 92:166, 168

DeBow, J. D. B., 68:372, 89:183



De Bow's Review, 69:330

Debs, Eugene V., 76:248, 96:366

DeCamp, Patricia S.: and Richard S. DeCamp, The Bluegrass of Kentucky: A Glimpse at the Charm of Central Kentucky Architecture, reviewed, 84:423–24

DeCamp, Richard S.: and Patricia S. DeCamp, The Bluegrass of Kentucky: A Glimpse at the Charm of Central Kentucky Architecture, reviewed, 84:423–24

Decatur, Ala., 68:151

Decatur, Ill., 106:367, 108:179; Lincoln family near, 106:364



Deceit and Denial: The Deadly Politics of Industrial Pollution, by Gerald E. Markowitz and David Rosner: reviewed, 101:220–22

Decision in the West: The Atlanta Campaign of 1864, by Albert Castel: reviewed, 91:439–43

Decker, Ben, 92:134

Decker, William Merrill: Epistolary Practices: Letter Writing in America Before Telecomunications, reviewed, 97:461–62

Declaration of Independence (1776), 70:104, 71:461, 72:320–21, 73:59–60, 82, 338, 102:398, 105:262, 106:447, 461, 463, 107:154, 110:364; and slavery, 106:568–69, 572



Declarations of Dependence: The Long Reconstruction of Popular Politics in the South, 1861-1908, by Gregory P. Downs: reviewed, 110:119–21, 559

DeCourcy, John: Chickasaw Bayou, Miss., battle of, 105:660, 671–72

DeCredico, Mary A.: book note by, 95:116; book reviews by, 90:196–97, 94:84–85, 98:119–20; Patriotism for Profit: Georgia's Urban Entrepreneurs and the Confederate War Effort, reviewed, 89:412–13

Dee, Frances, 98:420

Deen, Andrew, 69:204

Deep South: Memory and Observation, by Erskine Caldwell: noted, 79:302–3

Deep Souths: Delta, Piedmont, and Sea Island Society in the Age of Segregation, by J. William Harris: reviewed, 101:167–69

Deep Springs Elementary School (Lexington, Ky.): African American students, 101:260

Deer, Anna, 68:46

Deer, Charlie, 68:46

Deer, Hannah, 87:433

Deer Creek (N.C.), 69:266

Deering, Mary, 70:51

Deese, Wynelle Scott: book review by, 87:443–44

De Falaise, Louis, 69:101; article by, 103:521

Defeated Creek (Knott and Letcher counties, Ky.), 78:202–3



Defeat of the German U-Boats: The Battle of the Atlantic, by David Syrett: reviewed, 93:113–15

Defender, The, 73:431

Defense Advisory Council, 104:481

Defiance, Ohio, 104:18–19

Defining Global Justice: The History of U.S. International Labor Standards Policy, by Edward D. Lorenz: reviewed, 99:197–99

Defining Moments: African American Commemoration and Political Culture in the South, 1863–1913, by Kathleen Ann Clark: reviewed, 104:159–61

de Forest, Lee, 90:60

de Four, John James, 70:347

De Friese, L. H., 80:426

de Galvez, Bernardo, 81:2

de Gaulle, Charles: Forrest C. Pogue oral history interview, 104:676

Degler, Carl, 76:173, 93:44–46, 94:364, 379, 106:496; At Odds: Women and the Family in America from the Revolution to the Present, reviewed, 79:378–80

de Hartingh, Bertrand, 97:335

deism, 69:37; influence on Fr. John Thayer, 101:286; social philosophy, 101:286

Deiss, Ruth D.: book review by, 71:198–99

de la Camara, Manuel, 94:383

de la Montagnie, John: and the Magniadas Lincoln medal, 109:191

Deland, Margaret, 93:76

Delaney, Norman C.: John McIntosh Kell of the Raider, Alabama, 72:55–56

Delano, Jack, 85:295

Delano, Sterling F.: Brook Farm: The Dark Side of Utopia, reviewed, 103:787–89

Delany, Martin, 106:523

Delany's Ferry, Ky.: proposal to relocate state capital to, 104:250

de la Peña, Jose Enrique: With Santa Anna in Texas: A Personal Narrative of the Revolution, noted, 91:244–45

de la Perriere, John, 93:449

Delaplane, Joshua, 80:397

DeLatte, Carolyn E.: book reviews by, 82:86–87, 87:171–72, 89:96–97, 95:317–18; Lucy Audubon: A Biography, noted, 107:627; Lucy Audubon: A Biography, reviewed, 81:428–30

Delaware, 69:176–77, 72:280–81, 99:40, 250, 360, 100:6, 13; African American legislators in, 110:553; civil rights bill in, 109:389; during Civil War, 110:261; compensated emancipation, 106:461, 525, 579; election of 1864, 103:684–85, 106:470; and the Emancipation Proclamation, 105:55; free blacks in, 110:301; importance as a border state, 106:437; and secession, 101:413; slave population of, 106:434; triracial isolate group in, 102:212

Delaware Indians, 83:224, 90:20, 24, 91:250, 258, 307, 320, 92:161, 95:224–25, 227–28, 230–31, 235, 102:480; migrations of, 106:334; in Missouri, 102:497

Delaware Valley: Native Americans in, 106:334

del Castillo, Richard Griswold: The Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo: A Legacy of Conflict, reviewed, 89:92–93

De León, Arnoldo: book review by, 105:510–12

De Leon, A Tejano Family History, by Ana Carolina Castillo Crimm: reviewed, 102:242–43

De Leon, Ponce, 72:408

Delfino, Susanna: ed., Neither Lady nor Slave: Working Women of the Old South, reviewed, 100:522–24; and Michele Gillespie, eds., Global Perspectives on Industrial Transformation in the American South, reviewed, 103:585–87

Delia's Tears: Race, Science, and Photography in Nineteenth-Century America, by Molly Rogers: reviewed, 107:609–10

Delineator: on State Federation of Women's Clubs and education, 91:181

Deliverance (film), 96:128, 98:381

Deliver the Vote: A History of Election Fraud, An American Political Tradition, 1742–2004, by Tracy Campbell: reviewed, 104:783–85

Deliver Us From Evil: A Southern Belle in Europe at the Outbreak of World War I, by Mary W. Schaller: noted, 109:276

DeLombard, Jeannine Marie: Slavery on Trial: Law, Abolition, and Print Culture, reviewed, 106:92–94

DeLong, Ethel, 91:185–86

DeLozier, Mary Dean: Putnam County, Tennessee, 1850–1970, reviewed, 78:383–84

Delpar, Helen: ed., Encyclopedia of Latin America, reviewed, 73:320–21

Delph, John M., 95:11–12

Delpont, Victor, 86:137

DeLumley, Henry, 68:147

DeMarce, Virginia Easley: critique of N. Brent Kennedy's Melungeons: The Resurrection of a Proud People–An Untold of Ethnic Cleansing, 102:215–16; work on Melungeons, 102:220, 223

DeMarcus, Nancy: and Thomas D. Clark memorial issue, 103:6

Demaree, Luther, 98:88–90, 92–95

Dembitz, Lewis, 110:169; and antisemitism, 110:179

Deming, Minor, 105:245

Demise of the American Convention System, 1880-1911, The, by John F. Reynolds: reviewed, 105:507–9

Democracy, by George Sidney Camp, 72:320

Democracy in America, by Alexis de Tocqueville, 72:319, 107:171–72

Democracy Rising: South Carolina and the Fight for Black Equality since 1865, by Peter F. Lau: reviewed, 104:771–73

Democracy's Lawyer: Felix Grundy of the Old Southwest, by J. Roderick Heller III: reviewed, 108:253–56

Democratic Dissent and the Cultural Fictions of Antebellum America, by Stephen John Hartnett: reviewed, 100:524–25

Democratic National Committee, 104:507, 109:429

Democratic National Conventions: (1835), 202–3, 75:196, 106:384–86, 398–99; (1856), 93:258; (1864), and Confederate conspiracies, 108:14, 95; (1879), 74:308; (1892), 75:112; (1894), 75:287; (1912), 98:274; (1916), 99:251; (1920), 93:21; (1924), 99:297; (1928), 92:184; (1948), 78:244, 104:521–22; (1968), 99:216; (1972), 99:216, 231; (1976), 78:243, 99:216; (1980), 99:231; (1984), 99:214, 230

Democratic National Conventions (1864), 69:90, 109



Democratic Opposition to the Lincoln Administrtion in Indiana, by G. R. Tredway: reviewed, 72:291–92

Democratic Party, 69:125, 127, 131, 154, 323–24, 363, 365, 366, 368, 71:197, 349–50, 72:14, 116–18, 122, 126–27, 129, 131–33, 243, 278, 348, 354–55, 358, 73:147, 239, 337, 380–81, 388, 74:41–42, 44–47, 53, 140–41, 306–7, 75:1, 5–6, 29, 31, 41–42, 47, 49–50, 304, 327, 76:26–28, 30, 33, 78:127, 79:41, 163, 211–14, 80:168, 374–75, 81:36, 48, 52, 57, 82:3, 13–15, 19–20, 22–23, 26, 86:58, 61, 64–66, 68, 87:152, 88:251–53, 255–56, 259, 261–62, 264, 266, 270, 89:385, 90:330–34, 338–39, 92:24, 27, 39–40, 181, 183–87, 193, 195, 93:29, 36, 133, 289, 94:247, 250, 252, 257, 95:137, 372, 98:257, 260–61, 264–67, 269, 270, 273–78, 354, 99:5, 14, 15, 32, 39, 220, 222, 226, 231, 252, 254, 256–57, 291, 101:423, 103:667, 105:391, 461, 465–67, 474, 106:390, 107:153, 320, 110:248, 445; and the 1938 Kentucky Democratic Party primary, 80:309–11, 313, 316, 321, 326, 328; 1952 National Convention, 76:125, 127; and the 1960 presidential primary in W.Va., 107:373–75; and African American legal testimony, 71:34, 39, 41, 44–45; and African Americans, 110:536, 545, 547, 549, 553–54, 557; and African Americans in Louisville, Ky., 109:395–431; and African American suffrage, 107:548; and Alben W. Barkley, 78:249–51, 255–56; and Bank of the U.S., 100:43–44, 49–50; and Benjamin Butler, 110:571; and Benjamin F. Buckner, 107:546; and Bloody Monday, 69:156, 168, 170–71; in Bourbon County, Ky., 108:347–80, 355–56, 362–63; in Breathitt County, Ky., 107:404–5; in Campbell County, Ky., 104:518–19; and Carl D. Perkins, 107:308; in Carroll County, Ky., 104:518–19; "Chandler Democrats," 99:27; during Civil War, 110:409; in Civil War Ky., 107:516; and Democrats, 73:385; division of during Civil War, 103:666; economic philosophy of, 106:504; in Eddyville, Ky., 79:326–32; in Edmonson County, Ky., 104:452; election of 1860, 110:374, 447; election of 1864, 110:427; and Emancipation Proclamation, 110:389; factions of during Civil War, 76:211–13, 215; female candidates in, 99:259, 271, 273, 290, 296–97; and George W. Smith, 103:662, 680; Gold Democrats, 74:48, 76:27–28, 30, 32–33, 108:360, 363, 369; and Henry Clay, 106:546–47; i (Jan.), 70:79, 127, 130, 143; interests portrayed in Lexington popular culture, 100:29–57; and the invasion of Cuba, 105:572; issue of an elective judiciary, 93:389, 392–404, 406–19; Jacksonian Democrats, 110:303–4; and Jackson Purchase, 99:341; and the Jackson Purchase, 110:504, 523, 524–25, 530; and Joseph Holt, 106:382–88, 390, 394; in Kenton County, Ky., 104:518–19; and the Know-Nothing Party, 80:379–80; in Ky., 105:64, 106:410, 110:395; local political machines of, 107:386–87; in Louisville, Ky., 104:453–54, 517–18, 589–90, 683; meaning of the Civil War, 102:384–85; New Departure Democrats and George C. Lockhart, 105:407; organization of, 74:153; party evolution, 100:459.; Peace Democrats, 69:383, 72:371, 75:214, 219, 76:197, 199, 211–12, 215, 93:400, 103:638–39, 110:425; and Populism, 78:229–30, 232–34, 237–42; and the presidential campaign of 1844, 68:17–36; primary elections, 99:121, 264, 266, 276, 296–97; racial attitudes of, 105:387–89, 392–94, 401–2, 406–7; and Reconstruction, 110:524; and the relief crisis, 69:293–312; and Robert F. Kennedy's presidential candidacy, 107:394–96; and school desegregation in Ky., 109:337, 343; during the secession crisis, 106:425; second party system, 106:507; Silver Democrats, 74:48; and slavery, 106:308, 508; stress in, 76:285–88, 290, 304; in Switzerland County, Ind., 108:338; and the tariff issue, 107:172–73; in Texas, 105:651; Thomas Hutchison, 106:410; Union Democrats, 72:14–15, 371, 75:214–20, 93:400; Upland South culture, 106:371; and the War on Poverty, 107:306; and whipping criminals in Ky., 100:16, 26, 77; and William Goebel, 78:326, 328, 330, 341; and Young America, 105:574, 577, 588; See alsoJackson, Andrew; Tyler, John

"Democratic Politics and the Presidential Campaign of 1912 in Tennessee," by Arthur S. Link, 70:68

Democratic-Republican Party: and the XYZ Affair, 70:22–24, 28–29, 31–32, 34–35, 37–38, 40–42, 45, 47–49

Democratic Society (Lexington, Ky., 1793), 91:135

Democratic State Central Committee, 104:548

Democratic Vistas: Post Offices and Public Art in the New Deal, by Marlene Park and Gerald E. Markowitz: reviewed, 83:376–77

Democratic Woman's Club, 93:22

demography: of early Ky.; of Lexington, Ky., 81:115–33

DeMoisey, John ("Frenchy"), 82:371, 376, 104:591–92

de Monitijo, Eugénie (Empress Eugénie): letter to Mary Todd Lincoln, 109:189–90

Demos, John Putnam: Entertaining Satan: Witchcraft and the Culture of Early New England, noted, 82:319

DeMoss, Dorothy D.: book notes by, 90:320, 92:237–38; book reviews by, 88:90–91, 92:335–37

Demunbrun, ——, 68:219

Denbo, Bruce, 71:331; oral history interviews with Thomas D. Clark, 103:377–78, 380–81, 432–38; Thomas D. Clark letters to, 103:346, 360, 386, 402, 456

Deneen, Charles S., 96:360

Denham, Jesse, 87:10

Denhardt, Bertha, 84:369, 380

Denhardt, Henry H., 96:302; murder of, 84:361–96

Denhardt, J. G., 84:386

Denhardt, Robert M.: Foundation Dams of the American Quarter Horse, noted, 81:463

Denman, Mathias, 69:128

Denman, William, 104:456

Denmark: U.S. commercial treaty with, 107:560, 563

Dennett, Alfred W., 90:55

Dennett, John Richard: The South As It Is, 1865–1866, noted, 85:392

Denney, Edwin R.: 1955 gubernatorial campaign, 104:557

Dennis, Matthew: book review by, 108:130–32; Red, White, and Blue Letter Days: An American Calendar, reviewed, 101:230–31

Dennison, George, 110:352

Dennison, Stephen, 71:15

Denny, Ebenezer, 106:348

Denny, George, 98:97

Denny, Wallace, 86:257

Denonville, Marquis de, 69:241

Denson, Andrew: book reviews by, 101:501–3, 104:326–27

Dent, Emory G., 84:36

Dent, Frederick, 81:373

Dent, Julia, 81:373

Denton, Joe, 108:178

Denton, Julie Rose, 99:274

Denton, Thomas, 68:114, 118

"Denton Offutt of Kentucky: America's First 'Horse Whisperer'"?, by Gary O'Dell, 108:173–211



Denton Offutt's Method of Gentling Horses, and Curing Their Diseases (1843), by Denton Offutt: publication of, 108:187

Denver (Col.) Post: on Fred M. Vinson, 75:307

Denver, Col.: busing controversy, 101:264

DePaepe, Duane: and Carol A. Hill, "Saltpeter Mining in Kentucky Caves," 77:247–62

Department of East Tennessee, 70:166

Department of Kentucky, 69:101, 124

Department of Kentucky (Cincinnati, Ohio): establishment of, 106:447–48

Department of Ohio, 70:201

Department of Public Information (Frankfort, Ky.), 70:158

Department of Tennessee, 69:104

Department of the Ohio, 69:104, 118, 341, 71:185, 304, 110:334, 425, 431, 497, 498; Federal occupation of Ky., 110:392

Department of the West, 69:340

De Pauw, Charles, 71:374–75, 378

de Pena, Allison Heaps: and James H. Dorman, eds., Audubon: A Retrospective, reviewed, 89:303

de Peyster, Arent Schuyler, 71:135

DePoe, Stephen P.: Arthur M. Schlesinger Jr., and the Ideological History of American Liberalism, reviewed, 93:118–20

Depp, Nettie, 86:29



Depression Post Office Murals and Southern Culture: A Gentle Reconstruction, by Sue Bridwell Beckham, reviewed, 89:88–89

DePriest, Oscar, 93:447

Der Berghof Obersalzburg (Austria): capture of, 110:86

"Derby City Reference: A Review Essay," by Kenneth H. Williams, 99:385–92

Derek, John: film of All the King's Men, 104:85

Derian, Patricia, 75:165

DeRogatis, Amy: Moral Geography: Maps, Missionaries, and the American Frontier, reviewed, 101:341–43

De Rohan, Fr. William: slaves of, 101:287

de Rohan, William, 68:254

Deromanticizing Black History, by Clarence E. Walker: reviewed, 91:115–16

DeRosier, Arthur H. Jr., 74:246; The Removal of the Choctaw Indians, reviewed, 69:98–99

DeRosier, Linda Scott, 100:273, 276; "Celebrating the Ordinary: Why Common Folk Should Write Memoir," 98:139–53; Creeker: A Woman's Journey, reviewed, 97:451–53; illus., 100:282, 284, 286, 290; Songs of Life and Grace, reviewed, 101:495–97; "Songs of Life and Grace: Creeker—And Then Some," 100:279–91

Derrick, W. Edwin: book review by, 77:67–69

Derrickson, Ralph, 109:353

Derringer, Paul ("Duke"), 99:100



Der Ruf (The Call) German POW newspaper, 100:162, 105:454

Desaix, Louis C. A., 93:279

de Sales, Francis, 74:30, 32, 38

De Santis, Vincent P.: book reviews by, 82:97–99, 84:89–90, 85:173–74, 91:232–33; "Holman Hamilton," 80:134–39

de Sauque, Francis, 71:17

DeSaussure, William Henry, 70:33



Descent from Glory: Four Generations of the John Adams Family, by Paul C. Nagel, reviewed, 82:89–91

Descriptive Guide to the Lawrence W. Wetherby Collection at the University of Kentucky Library's Special Collections Department Modern Political Collections, compiled by Suzy Ireland and Glen A. McAninch: noted, 82:208

Desert Shield/Desert Storm: and the U.S. Marine Corps Reserve, 110:157

Desha, Joe: during the Civil War, 97:182, 108:43

Desha, Joseph, 71:158, 332, 72:158, 73:292, 78:19–20, 22, 126, 129, 82:218–19, 88:246, 248, 249, 270, 272, 100:34; funds for construction of capitol, 104:254–55; and the relief issue, 71:161, 165, 169–70, 173



Designing the Centennial: A History of the 1876 International Exhibition in Philadelphia, by Bruno Giberti: reviewed, 100:379–80

DeSmet, P. T., 68:366



Des Moines (Iowa) Register: on Fred M. Vinson, 75:309

Desmond, Humphrey, 92:183

Desmond, Rita, 98:356, 358–59, 361

de Soto, Hernando, 92:162

Dessausure, Harry, 83:178

Dessens, Nathalie: From Saint-Domingue to New Orleans: Migrations and Influences, reviewed, 105:480–82

d'Estaing, Giscard, 73:390

De Stefani, Carlo, 105:439

de Stefano, Gaetano, 105:428

Destroyer Deal (1940), 104:485–86



Destroyer of the Iron Horse: General Joseph E. Johnston and Confederate Rail Transport: 1861–1865, by Jeffrey N. Lash: reviewed, 90:197–98

de Syon, Guillaume: book review by, 100:401–2

Dethloff, Henry C.: A History of the American Rice Industry, 1685–1985, reviewed, 87:166

Detjen, David W.: The Germans in Missouri, 1900–1918: Prohibition, Neutrality, and Assimilation, noted, 84:106



Detroit (Mich.) Free Press: reaction to Grant's Vicksburg campaign, 103:651

Detroit (Mich.) News, 75:308–9, 312, 79:334

Detroit, Mich., 68:30, 71:135, 72:39, 337, 75:194, 94:268–69, 277–78, 289, 98:344, 99:103, 115; Appalachian outmigration to, 107:307; merger of school districts in, 105:14–16; riot in, 107:354; school desegregation in, 105:17–18, 25; during War of 1812, 104:6, 8, 10–12, 105:216

Detroit River, 105:207

Detroit Tigers, 97:439, 99:112

Detzer, Karl, 91:196

Deuerson, James R., 87:115

Deusner, Charles, 69:168

Deutsche American (newspaper), 98:194

de Vaudreuil, Marquis Pierre Rigaud, 71:130



Developing Dixie: Modernization in a Traditional Society, edited by Winfred B. Moore Jr., Joseph F. Tripp, and Lyon G. Tyler: reviewed, 88:96–97

"Development of the Southern Railroads Prior to the Civil War," by Thomas D. Clark, 103:208

Deverell, William: Whitewashed Adobe: The Rise of Los Angeles and the Remaking of its Mexican Past, reviewed, 104:183–84

Devices and Desires: A History of Contraceptives in America, by Andrew Tone: reviewed, 100:412–13

Devices and Desires: Gender, Technology, and American Nursing, by Margarete Sandelowski: reviewed, 99:195–97

De Vierville, J. Paul: book review by, 101:158–60



Devil Knows How to Ride: The True Story of William Clarke Quantrill and His Confederate Raiders, by Edward R. Leslie: reviewed, 95:321–23

Devil's Elbow (Canton, Ky.), 70:194

Devine, Ben, 86:257

Devine, Christine Styrna: book review by, 107:426–29

Devine, Michael J.: book review by, 89:226

Devious Dr. Franklin, Colonial Agent: Benjamin Franklin's Years in London, by David T. Morgan: reviewed, 94:430–32

Devlin, Rachel: Relative Intimacy: Fathers, Daughters, and Postwar American Culture, reviewed, 104:192–94

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