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



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Donnell, John, 78:319

Donnelly, Janett Douglass, 70:283

Donnelly, Thomas, 70:283

Donnelly, William M.: Under Army Orders: The Army National Guard During the Korean War, reviewed, 99:199–201

Donohue, Kathleen G.: Freedom from Want: American Liberalism and the Idea of the Consumer, reviewed, 103:812–16

Donovan, Brian: White Slave Crusades: Race, Gender, and Anti-Vice Activism, 1887–1917, reviewed, 104:171–72

Donovan, Herman L., 84:69, 99:11, 13, 104:523, 105:84; book collection of, 103:63; and the Book Thieves, 103:51–52, 61; and desegregation of the University of Ky., 109:336; Thomas D. Clark commentary on, 103:380–84; Thomas D. Clark letters to, 103:216, 287, 455–56; and Thomas D. Clark memorial issue, 103:6; and the University of Ky. athletic program, 88:163–82

Donovan, John H.: Freedmen's Bureau in the Jackson Purchase, 110:511–17, 520, 527–29

Donovan, Mary S., 98:158

Don't Breathe the Air: Air Pollution and U.S. Environmental Politics, 1945–1970, by Scott Hamilton Dewey: reviewed, 100:119–21

Don't Give Up the Ship! Myths of the War of 1812, by Donald R. Hickey: reviewed, 105:110–11

Don't Go Up Kettle Creek: Verbal Legacy of the Upper Cumberland, by William Lynwood Montell: noted, 98:337; reviewed, 82:79–80

Doolan, John C., 81:39

Dooley, Thomas A., 76:317

Doolittle, James H.: journal of raid, 83:108–22

Dooly, Jabez, 85:336

Doom, David, 80:402

Doom, John, 80:402

Door, Joseph B., 74:294

Doram, Dennis Jr., 87:431, 434–35, 99:208–9, 106:353

Doram, Diamemia Taylor, 99:209; illus., 106:353

Doran, Adron, 84:401, 417

Doran, P., 69:204

Doran, Patrick, 72:232, 235, 78:302, 84:242

Dorans Run (Franklin County, Ky.), 69:206–7

Dorfman, Joseph, 74:68

Dorgan, Howard: The Airwaves of Zion: Radio and Religion in Appalachia, noted, 92:118–19; In the Hands of a Happy God: The "No-Hellers" of Central Appalachia, reviewed, 95:307–9; The Old Regular Baptists of Central Appalachia: Brothers and Sisters in Hope, reviewed, 88:464–65

Dority, A. O., 89:387

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

Dorman, John Frederick: The Prestons of Smithfield and Greenfield in Virginia, noted, 81:111

Dorman, J. R., 71:246; and school desegregation, 109:337

Dorman, O. M., 110:410

Dorman, Robert L.: book review by, 105:340–41

Dormon, James, 100:29–31, 42

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

Dorr, Gregory Michael: book review by, 105:517–19

Dorris, Jonathan T., 101:30; review of J. Winston Coleman's Slavery Times in Kentucky, 103:717–18

Dorsey, Allison: book review by, 103:805–6; To Build Our Lives Together: Community Formation in Black Atlanta, 1875–1906, reviewed, 102:253–55

Dorsey, J.: correspondence with Joseph Holt, 106:406

Dorsey, Jimmy, 96:277

Dorsey, Sara: and Jefferson Davis, 107:204–5

Dorsey, Tommy, 96:277

Dorson, Richard, 73:71

Dorton, Ky., 90:360

Dorwart, Jeffrey M.: Eberstalt and Forrestal: A National Security Partnership, 1909–1949, noted, 91:126

Dos Passos, John, 84:290, 90:360, 91:190, 96:375, 107:484; antiwar sentiments of, 102:395; eastern Kentucky coal mining investigation, 105:421

Doster, Gary L.: ed., From Abbeville to Zebulon: Early Postcard Views of Georgia, noted, 90:223

Doster, James F.: and David C. Weaver, Tenn-Tom Country: The Upper Tombigbee Valley, reviewed, 86:402–3

Doubler, Michael D.: Closing with the Enemy: How GIs Fought the War in Europe, 1944-1945, reviewed, 94:94–95

Doucet, Michael J.: on urban history, 107:36–37

Dougan, Clark: The American Experience in Vietnam, reviewed, 87:190–91

Dougan, Michael B., 76:333; Confederate Arkansas, reviewed, 76:72–73

Doughardy, John: See John Dougharty

Dougharty, John, 72:236

Doughboys, the Great War, and the Remaking of America, by Jennifer D. Keene: reviewed, 100:102–3

Dougherty, Mr.—, 81:164

Dougherty, William J.: Executive Secrets: Covert Action and the Presidency, reviewed, 102:447–49

Dougherty's Creek (Ky.), 68:128

Doughton, Thomas L.: and B. Eugene McCarthy, eds., From Bondage to Belonging: The Worcester Slave Narratives, reviewed, 106:258–60

Douglas, Alexander, 68:127

Douglas, Alice Kate, 89:77

Douglas, C. L., 71:18–19

Douglas, Davison M.: Jim Crow Moves North: The Battle over Northern School Segregation, 1865–1954, reviewed, 104:770–71

Douglas, Frederick, 71:116

Douglas, George L., 95:13–14, 19, 22

Douglas, James, 72:226–27, 233, 241, 78:297, 301–2, 305–7, 311

Douglas, John, 99:30, 36

Douglas, Mrs. ——, 85:335

Douglas, Paul F., 88:180

Douglas, Paul H., 99:30

Douglas, Stephen A., 69:171, 179, 279, 367–69, 374, 72:425, 74:254, 75:21, 76:2–3, 86:211, 94:357, 362, 97:394, 103:667, 106:512; career of, 106:446; and the Compromise of 1850, 89:47, 51–55; election of 1860, 103:668, 750–64, 106:412–13, 110:266, 447; illus., 106:389, 516, 107:171; on Ky., 106:475; Lincoln-Douglas debates, 106:308, 312, 371, 514–17, 110:249; racial attitude of, 106:450; senate seat of, 106:438; sovereignty ideology, 101:416, 105:587; Thomas D. Clark commentary on, 103:319

Douglas, The Noble Shepherd (play) by John Home, 100:45

Douglas, William O., 90:145, 104:477, 521; Edward F. Prichard's evaluation of, 104:473; relationship with Felix Frankfurter, 104:435, 465–70

Douglas C-47 Skytrain, 102:49

Douglas MacArthur: The Philippine Years, by Carol Morris Petillo: reviewed, 81:105–7

Douglass (Louisville, Ky.): design of, 107:60

Douglass, ——, 69:222

Douglass, Elisha P., 75:163

Douglass, Frederick, 72:8, 93:174, 98:164, 106:304, 109:321; Abraham Lincoln, 106:528–34, 572, 591; African American colonization, 106:525; autobiography of, 106:331; illus., 106:531

Douglass, James, 70:277–78, 281–83, 286, 288–92

Douglass, ("Jessamine"): See Janett Douglass Donnelly

Douglass, William Orville, 70:133

Douglass Park (Lexington, Ky.), 109:448

Doulens, Roger, 82:383

Dove, Benjamin M., 74:175, 184–85, 188

Dover, Ky., 72:340, 88:191

Dover, Tenn., 74:2, 8, 75–76, 82, 167, 181, 187–90, 97:60

Dow, Lorenzo, 71:54

Dowagiac, Mich., 94:286

Dowd, Almeron, 70:11–12

Dowd, Gregory Evans: A Spirited Resistance: The North American Indian Struggle for Unity, 1745–1815, reviewed, 91:339–40

Dowell, Michael: and Jonathan Jeffrey, Bittersweet: The Louisville and Nashville Railroad and Warren County, reviewed, 99:332–33

Dowling, Mrs.—, 71:189

Down by the Riverside: A South Carolina Slave Community, by Charles Joyner: reviewed, 83:153–54

Downes, Lucy Virgin, 68:227

Downes family, 68:227–28

Downey, Dennis B.: book review by, 100:379–80; A Season of Renewal: The Columbian Exposition and Victorian America, reviewed, 100:232–34

Downey, Matthew T.: and Fay D. Metcalf, Using Local History in the Classroom, reviewed, 81:203–4

Downey, Sam, 89:27, 28

Downey, Tom: book reviews by, 105:297–98, 107:276–77; Planting a Capitalist South: Masters, Merchants, and Manufacturers in the Southern Interior, 1790–1860, reviewed, 104:313–14

Downing, Josiah, 100:487

Downingsville, Hansbrough: Federal occupation of Ky., 110:343

Downs, Gregory P.: Declarations of Dependence: The Long Reconstruction of Popular Politics in the South, 1861-1908, reviewed, 110:119–21, 559, 561

Downs, Lucy Virgin, 70:51

Downs, Robert B.: Images of America: Travelers from Abroad in the New World, reviewed, 86:178–80

Downs, William: antislavery of, 106:329–30, 349–50

Downtown: Its Rise and Fall, 1880–1950, by Robert M. Fogelson: reviewed, 100:95–96

Doyle, Bertram W., 97:316, 321

Doyle, Don H.: Nashville in the New South, 1880–1930, reviewed, 84:93–94; Nashville Since the 1920s, reviewed, 84:334–35; Nations Divided: America, Italy, and the Southern Question, reviewed, 101:143–45; New Men, New Cities, New South: Atlanta, Nashville, Charleston, Mobile, 1860–1910, reviewed, 89:106–7

Doyle, Edwina Ann: et al., From the Fort to the Future: Educating the Children of Kentucky, reviewed, 86:282–83

Doyle, Jeff: and Jeffrey Grey and Peter Pierce, Australia's Vietnam War, reviewed, 100:417–18

Doyle, J. Kaaz: book review by, 88:485–87

Doyle, John, 69:257–58

Doyle, Mary Ellen: Pioneer Spirit: Catherine Spalding, Sister of Charity of Nazareth, reviewed, 104:289–91

Doyle, Robert C.: book review by, 107:130–32; Enemy in Our Hands, The: America's Treatment of Prisoners of War from the Revolution to the War on Terror, reviewed, 108:261–63

D. P. Faulds Music Store (Louisville, Ky.), 93:292, 294

Drache, Hiram M.: Legacy of the Land: Agriculture's Story to the Present, noted, 94:351–52

Draftee Division: The 88th Infantry Division in World War II, by John Sloan Brown: reviewed, 85:277–78

Dragging Canoe (Cherokee chief), 90:2, 3, 5, 8, 24

Drago, Edmund: book review by, 110:213–15

Drago, Edmund L.: ed., Broke by the War: Letter of a Slave Trader, reviewed, 90:400–402

Drake, ——, 68:108, 95:122

Drake, Alexander, 72:164

Drake, Armanda Virginia, 68:365

Drake, Benjamin, 86:343

Drake, Charles D., 68:365

Drake, Daniel, 68:329, 333, 365, 71:323, 73:123, 124, 76:235, 79:320, 80:264–65, 94:25; memories of frontier Ky. agriculture, 107:10–11, 13–14, 21, 28–29; and religion in early Ky., 69:225–26

Drake, Dr. ——, Mt. Sterling, Ky., 85:332

Drake, Elizabeth, 68:365

Drake, Ella Wells: "Choctaw Academy: Richard M. Johnson and the Business of Indian Education," 91:260–97

Drake, Ephraim, 97:157

Drake, Isaac, 68:365, 94:16

Drake, Joseph, 83:206, 208–9, 97:157

Drake, Richard B.: book reviews by, 77:214–15, 81:311–13, 82:83–84, 83:142–43, 85:192–93, 87:58–59, 90:305–6, 385–86

Drake, Samuel, 70:66–67

Drake's Creek, 70:190

Drake's Creek, Tenn.: camp meeting at, 82:344

Drane, George, 89:259

Draper, John, 83:214

Draper, Lyman C., 69:290, 70:19–20, 108, 83:6, 86:316, 88:381–84, 386–87, 391, 393, 89:1; collection of, 68:291, 101:19; Daniel Boone research of, 102:516; interview of Nathan Boone, 102:528; manuscripts of, 72:230, 277

Draper, William G., 104:60

Draper's Meadows (Va.): 1755 Indian attack at, 70:151; Indian attack at, 69:286

Draw Down the Lightning: Benjamin Franklin and Electrical Technology in the Age of Enlightenment, by Michael Brian Schiffer: review essay, 105:267–70

Dray, Philip: Capitol Men: The Epic Story of Reconstruction through the Lives of the First Black Congressmen, reviewed, 110:559, 563–65, 569–70

Drayton, ——, 74:214

Drayton, William Henry, 76:66

Drea, Ed: book review by, 100:554–56

Dreadful Month, by Carlton Jackson: noted, 81:461

Dreaming of Dixie: How the South Was Created in American Popular Culture, by Karen L. Cox: reviewed, 110:123–25

Dredd, Firmin, 91:34



Dred Scott and the Problem of Constitutional Evil, by Mark A. Graber: reviewed, 105:122–24

Dred Scott v. Sanford (1857), 69:366–67, 94:359, 361, 101:409, 106:422–23, 508, 107:149, 151, 109:361, 110:415–16; and Abraham Lincoln, 106:517

Dreisbach, Daniel L.: and Mark David Hall and Jeffrey H. Morrison, eds., Forgotten Founders on Religion and Public Life, The, reviewed, 107:270–72

Dreiser, Theodore, 90:360, 91:190, 197; eastern Kentucky coal mining investigation, 105:421; Harlan Miners Speak, 107:484–90, 499, 509; reporting on Harlan County, Ky., 107:484–90, 492

Drennan River, 94:63

Drennon, Jack, 78:297–98

Drennon, Ralph, 97:438

Drennons Lick (Ky.), 69:204–5

Dresser, Paul, 93:304



Dressing Change, A (Kentucky Historical Society exhibition), 99:302

Drew, Daniel, 74:335

Drew, Ellen, 98:370

Drew, John, 68:108–9

Drew, Thomas S., 105:235

Drewry's Buff, Va., 70:65

Drexel, J. P. Morgan and Company (New York, N.Y.), 70:349

Drexel and Company (Philadelphia, Pa.), 70:349

Drexler, ——, 75:51

Drez, Ronald J.: ed., Voices of D-Day: The Story of the Allied Invasion Told by Those Who Were There, reviewed, 92:433–35



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

Drinking the Waters: Creating an American Leisure Class at Nineteenth-Century Mineral Springs, by Thomas A. Chambers: reviewed, 101:158–60

Dripping Springs (Ky,), 68:339

Dromgoole, Will Allen: work on Melungeons, 102:219

Droze, Wilmon Henry, 97:66

"Dr. Robert Peter and the Legacy of Photography in Kentucky," by Gerald J. Munoff, 78:208–18

Dr. Sevier, by George Washington Cable, 72:136, 139

Drummond, J. H., 69:61–63

Drury, Hilary, 68:254

Drury, Ignatius, 68:254

Dry Branch, W.Va.: Robert F. Kennedy's visit to, 107:382

Dry Farming in the Northern Great Plains: Years of Readjustment, 1920–1990, by Mary W. M. Hargreaves: reviewed, 91:454–55

Dry Tortugas, Fla.: prison at, 108:103

Duan, Le, 102:322–24

Duane, William, 78:135, 83:178, 94:360

Duberman, Martin: Stonewall, noted, 91:369

Dubin, Michael: United States Congressional Elections, 1788–1997: The Official Results of the Elections of the 1st through 15th Congresses, noted, 98:135–36



Dubious Victory: The Reconstruction Debate in Ohio, by Robert D. Sawrey: noted, 91:126–27

Dublin, Ireland, 69:63

DuBois, Carol Ellen: and Richard Cándida Smith, eds. Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Feminist as Thinker: A Reader in Documents and Essays, reviewed, 105:715–17

DuBois, W. E. B., 73:431–32, 86:65, 89:357, 93:168, 174, 193, 195, 96:351–52, 364–65, 367, 372, 374, 375, 97:319, 321, 109:321

Duchess County, N.Y., 100:487

Duck, Leigh Anne: Nation's Region: Southern Modernism, Segregation, and U.S. Nationalism, reviewed, 105:340–41

Duckport Canal project (Miss.): and the Vicksburg campaign, 103:643–44, 649, 658

Duck River (Ky.), 73:364



Duck Soup (film), 98:421–22

Dude Ranching: A Complete History, by Lawrence R. Borne: reviewed, 82:421

Dudley, Ambrose, 79:241, 265; and unification of Baptists in Ky., 110:12, 18, 22, 27, 31

Dudley, A. W., 90:336

Dudley, Benjamin W., 69:191, 71:323, 76:235, 80:187

Dudley, Major ——, 105:225

Dudley, Mary: illus., 107:358

Dudley, Peter, 88:7; and the Fort Meigs campaign, 104:16, 18, 19, 31–32; illus., 104:26

Dudley, Robert, 88:420, 421

Dudley, Thomas Underwood, 68:6–8

Dudley, William, 75:287; and the Fort Meigs campaign, 104:15–16, 18–19, 21, 21–22, 26, 27–28, 29, 31–32, 35, 39

Dudley, William A., 72:108–9

Dudley family: genealogy, 101:20

"Dudley's Defeat and the Relief of Fort Meigs during the War of 1812," by Larry L. Nelson, 104:5–42

Dudziak, Mary, 104:217

Dudzinski, Richard, 95:153, 159

dueling, 97:402; and Abraham Lincoln, 106:500



Dueling in the Old South: Vignettes of Social History, by Jack K. Williams: reviewed, 79:388–89

Dueling Visions: U.S. Strategy toward Eastern Europe under Eisenhower, by Ronald R. Krebs: reviewed, 100:115–17

Duerson, James R., 88:425

Duff, ——, 69:258, 267

Duff, Jeffrey Michael: comp., Inventory of Kentucky Birth, Marriage, and Death Records, 1852–1910, noted, 79:202, 81:341; and Rather, Julia D., eds., Register of Vietnam War Casualties from Kentucky Drawn from the Official Records of Defense, noted, 87:92

Duff, John, 69:249–52, 254–56, 260–61, 272

Duff, William, 74:179

Duffey, Eliza B., 93:52, 58

Duffield, Lathel F.: book review by, 70:231–33

Duffy, J. D., 74:26, 27

Duffy, John: book review by, 83:284–85; The Sanitarians: A History of American Public Health, reviewed, 89:108–9

Dugan, Henry, 72:236

Dugan, Sarah, 77:12

Dukakis, Michael Stanley, 99:223

Duke, Basil, 71:178, 180–81, 187, 428–29, 431–35

Duke, Basil W., 68:4, 8, 69:127, 70:117–18, 209, 214, 72:22, 74:46, 127, 308, 75:122, 129, 138, 76:15, 18–21, 78:339, 79:35, 88:283, 93:258, 285, 298, 96:23, 97:160, 179–80, 185–87, 282, 398, 108:109; biography of, 103:520; on Civil War in Ky., 109:72; and Confederate identity of Ky., 110:313; evaluation of military leadership, 105:60–62; on George A. Ellsworth, 108:51–52; illus., 108:28; and John Hunt Morgan, 108:6, 21–22, 42, 56, 74–76; and Ky. politics in the nineteenth century, 80:373, 375, 381–82, 387, 389

Duke, David C.: Writers and Miners: Activism and Imagery in America, reviewed, 101:499–501

Duke, Henrietta Morgan, 110:498

Duke, T. A., 110:523

Duke, Thomas A., 72:366

Duke Power Company (N.C.): coal mines of, 75:149



Dukes of Hazzard (television program), 96:127

Duke University (Durham, N.C.), 69:90, 74:64, 88:177, 109:286; and Ralph Flanders, 105:82; Thomas D. Clark at, 103:18–19, 47, 208, 210

Dulaney, William, 75:301

DuLaney, W. L., 93:415

Dulaney, W. Marvin: and George C. Wright, and John Dittmer, Essays on the American Civil Rights Movement, noted, 91:458–59

Dulcimer Making: The Craft of Homer Ledford, by R. Gerald Alvey: reviewed, 83:141–42

Dulles, John Foster, 76:255, 82:29, 31, 33, 37, 46–53, 55; position on Vietnam, 102:293, 321

Duluth, Minn.: and James Proctor Knott, 70:77–93

Dumont, Ebenezer, 96:337, 345

Dumont, Margaret, 98:421

Dunaway, David K.: and Willa K. Baum, Oral History: An Interdisciplinary Anthology , 104:689

Dunaway, Wilma A., 97:86; The First Frontier: Transition to Capitalism in Southern Appalachia, 1700-1860, noted, 94:452–53; Women, Work, and Family in the Antebellum Mountain South, reviewed, 107:593–94

Dunbar (Confederate boat), 73:21

Dunbar, Leslie: The Shame of Southern Politics: Essays and Speeches, reviewed, 100:566–68

Dunbar, Paul Laurence, 93:174

Dunbar Community Center (Lexington, Ky.), 101:264; illus., 101:246

Dunbar High School (Lexington, Ky.), 102:5; and Brenda Hughes, 109:435

Dunbar High School (Morganfield, Ky.), 71:238

Duncan, Andy, 89:22

Duncan, Blanton: reaction to Louisville lynching, 102:374

Duncan, Elizabeth F.: and Bess D. Stokes, Methodism in Wayne County, Kentucky, 1802–1974, reviewed, 73:211–13

Duncan, Ella, 110:498

Duncan, Garnett, 72:162

Duncan, George B., 99:134

Duncan, James, 86:316, 321, 328; during Mexican War, 106:16–17, 34

Duncan, Jane, 97:27

Duncan, Louis J., 109:439

Duncan, Parker, 68:218

Duncan, Russell: book review by, 110:217–19; and David J. Klooster, eds., Phantoms of a Blood-Stained Period: The Complete Civil War Writings of Ambrose Bierce, reviewed, 101:152–54; Freedom's Shore: Tunis Campbell and the Georgia Freedmen, reviewed, 85:272–73

Duncan, Sarah, 104:392

Duncan Creek (Greenup County, Ky.), 68:226

Duncan Hines' Food Odyssey, 97:32

Duncan Hines Foundation, 97:33



Duncan Hines' Vacation Guide, 97:32

Duncan Memorial Chapel (Oldham County, Ky.), 74:129

Duncan Tavern (Bourbon County, Ky.): and John Fox Jr. papers, 103:204

Dundan, Dennis, 104:411

Dundes, Alan, 73:71

Dunfermline, Scotland, 69:181

Dungen, G. W., 98:161

Dunham, Charles, 97:24

Dunham, Cyrus L.: and the Munfordville campaign, 69:351–52, 355, 97:263–65, 270–71, 275, 277–78, 284

Dunham, Josiah, 80:204

Dunham, Ky., 97:191

Dunkerson: Green River steamboat, 86:361

Dunlap, George W., 72:365, 76:204, 96:334

Dunlap, James, 88:147

Dunlap, Leslie W.: "Your Affectionate Husband," J. F. Culver: Letters Written during Civil War, reviewed, 78:181–83

Dunlavy, Benjamin, 109:18

Dunlavy, John, 69:233, 235

Dunmore, John Murray, 71:200, 447, 464, 468–69

Dunmore's War: See Lord Dunmore's War

Dunn, ——, 69:318

Dunn, Hannah, 96:313

Dunn, Jacob Piatt, 86:336

Dunn, Joe, 92:41–42

Dunn, Joe P.: and Howard L. Preston, eds., The Future South: A Historical Perspective for the Twenty-first Century, reviewed, 90:316–17

Dunn, Joe ("Red"), 97:429

Dunn, John, 83:17

Dunn, Susan: Roosevelt's Purge: How FDR Fought to Change the Democratic Party, reviewed, 109:122–24

Dunn, Thomas, 69:250

Dunn, W. B., 69:117

Dunn, William R.: Fighter Pilot: The First American Ace of World War II, reviewed, 81:307–10

Dunn, W. M., 84:358

Dunn, W. McKee, 77:273

Dunnavant, Anthony L.: ed., Cane Ridge in Context: Perspectives on Barton W. Stone and the Revival, reviewed, 91:335–36; and Richard L. Harrison Jr., eds., Explorations in the Stone-Campbell Traditions: Essays in Honor of Herman A. Norton, noted, 94:216

Dunnigan, Alice Allison: biography of, 109:289; The Fascinating Story of Black Kentuckians: Their Heritage and Tradition, 109:288–89; The Fascinating Story of Black Kentuckians: Their Heritage and Traditions, reviewed, 81:305–7

Dunning, Guy, 82:245

Dunning, William A., 86:52, 60, 61, 64, 65, 66

Dupee, George W.: and segregation among Ky. Baptists, 97:305, 308–11, 313–15, 321–22

Dupont, Carolyn: book reviews by, 101:553–54, 102:266–70, 104:774–76, 105:369–71

Du Pont, Coleman, 82:164

Du Pont, E. I., 77:247, 250, 262, 87:105, 108

Du Pont, Pierre Samuel, 86:221

Du Pont, T. Coleman: and conservation at Cumberland Falls, 81:29–31, 33, 39, 41–42, 48–49, 51–52, 55, 57

Du Pont factory (Del.), 87:99, 107, 111

Du Pont Manual High School (Louisville, Ky.), 89:347

Du Pont Nemours Company, 88:402, 418

Du Pont plants (Louisville, Ky.), 99:377

Dupree, George W., 72:114, 126, 128

Dupuy, Aaron: illus., 106:506

Duralde, Susan Hart Clay, 100:435

Durant, Susan S.: book review by, 82:91–93

Durbin, Hade: Kentucky Girls' High School State Basketball Tournament, 109:461–62

Durbin, John P., 70:348

Durden, Robert F.: book review by, 81:108–9

Durgin, George, 98:165, 170–71

Durham, J. H., 72:352

Durham, Walter T.: Daniel Smith, Frontier Statesman, reviewed, 76:65–66; James Winchester, Tennessee Pioneer, reviewed, 79:276–77; Nashville the Occupied City: The First Seventeen Months, February 16, 1862, to June 30, 1863, reviewed, 85:88–89; Reluctant Partners: Nashville and the Union, July 1, 1863 to June 30, 1865, reviewed, 86:290–91

DuRocher, Kristina: Raising Racists: The Socialization of White Children in the Jim Crow South, reviewed, 109:495–96

Durocher, Leo, 82:378–80, 388, 99:118

Durr, Virginia Foster, 93:83

Durrett, Peter ("Old Captain"): ministry in Lexington, Ky., 106:217–18, 225, 228

Durrett, Reuben T., 68:5, 8, 69:165–66, 87:414, 90:50, 104:60; Federal occupation of Ky., 110:351; and the Filson Historical Society, 70:20, 108–9, 111–13, 115–18; reaction to Louisville lynching, 102:381; sale of book collection, 103:63

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