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



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Equality, Ill., 72:11

Equal Rights Amendment, 99:252

Equal Rights League, 110:566

Era of Education, The: The Presidents and the Schools, 1965–2001, by Lawrence J. McAndrews: reviewed, 104:781–83

Era of Good Stealings, by Mark Wahlgren Summers: reviewed, 91:444–45

Erdelmeyer, Frank, 69:344

Erickson, Charlotte: Invisible Immigrants: The Adaptation of English & Scottish Immigrants in 19th Century America, reviewed, 71:113–14; Leaving England: Essays on British Emigration in the Nineteenth Century, reviewed, 93:344–45

Erie, Pa., 68:32

Erie Canal (N.Y.), 72:50, 73:122

Erikson, Erik: Martin Luther, 73:76

Erin Hollow (Tenn.), 74:80

Erlen, Jonathon: book reviews by, 102:417–19, 582–84, 105:516–17

Ermatinger, Francis, 74:136

Ernest, John: Liberation Historiography: African American Writers and the Challenge of History, 1794–1861, reviewed, 102:104–6

Ernst, Daniel R.: and Victor Jew, Total War and the Law: The American Home Front During World War II, review, 101:378–79

Ernst, John: book notes by, 91:247, 463–64, 93:130–31, 384, 95:120; book reviews by, 89:426–28, 94:341–42, 95:331–33, 96:215–16, 97:232–34, 101:549–51, 104:198–99; illus., 102:307

Ernst, Richard, 81:45

Ernst, Richard P., 80:310, 95:54



Errant Bronzes: George Grey Barnard's Statues of Abraham Lincoln, by Frederick C. Moffatt: reviewed, 97:207–8

Ersatz in the Confederacy: Shortages and Substitutes on the Southern Homefront, by Mary Elizabeth Massey: noted, 91:245

Erskine, Albert: film of All the King's Men, 104:85–86; and Robert Penn Warren, 104:82

Erskine, Carl, 82:385

Erwin, Anne Brown Clay, 100:435, 106:8–9

Erwin, James: real estate speculations of, 106:8

Erwin, Samuel B., 78:230, 237, 240

Escott, Paul D.: book reviews by, 83:150–51, 107:107–9; ed., W. J. Cash and the Minds of the South, reviewed, 91:361–62; and Jeffrey J. Crow, and Charles L. Flynn Jr., eds., Race, Class, and Politics in Southern History: Essays in Honor of Robert F. Durden, reviewed, 89:109–10; Many Excellent People: Power and Privilege in North Carolina, 1850–1900, reviewed, 84:220–21; After Secession: Jefferson Davis and the Failure of Confederate Nationalism, reviewed, 78:82–84; "What Shall We Do with the Negro?": Lincoln, White Racism, and Civil War America, reviewed, 107:109–10

Eskew, Glenn T.: book review by, 95:436–38; But for Birmingham: The Local and National Movements in the Civil Rights Struggle, reviewed, 96:213–15

Eskippakithiki (Ky.), 91:306; John Finley at, 76:153

Eskippikithiki (Ky.), 68:91

Eslinger, Ellen, 97:86, 102:34, 106:352–53; book notes by, 94:216, 451–52; book reviews by, 91:335–36, 106:243–45; Citizens of Zion: The Social Origins of Camp Meeting Revivalism, reviewed, 97:464–67; ed., Running Mad for Kentucky: Frontier Travel Accounts, reviewed, 103:543–44; "Farming on the Kentucky Frontier," 107:3–32; on frontier revivalism, 106:181; "Some Notes on the History of Cane Ridge Prior to the Great Revival," 91:1–23; "The Shape of Slavery on the Kentucky Frontier, 1775–1800," 92:1–23

Espalanade (Newport, Ky.), 69:130

Espionage Act (1917), 98:179, 181–83, 188, 192, 195–96, 201, 203

Esquire, 80:4, 18, 22, 25, 28, 37, 40–42, 59; on Duncan Hines, 97:34

Essah, Patience: book review by, 91:435–36



Essays on Lincoln's Faith and Politics, by Hans Morganthau and David Hein: reviewed, 83:78–79

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

Essays on the Postbellum Southern Economy, by Thavolia Glymph: et al., noted, 85:287

Essential Agrarian Reader, The: The Future of Culture, Community, and the Land, edited by Norman Wirzba: noted, 103:846

Essin, Emmett M.: Shavetails & Bell Sharps: The History of the U.S. Army Mule, reviewed, 96:416–18

"Establishing Their Place in the Dynasty: Sophonisba and Mary Breckinridge's Paths to Public Service," by Melanie Beals Goan, 101:45–73

Estabrook, Arthur H.: and Ivan E. McDougal, book on race, 102:220

Estaville, Lawrence L.: Confederate Neckties: Louisiana Railroads in the Civil War, noted, 88:492

Este, George P., 71:431

Esters, George, 109:353

Estes, J. Worth, 94:407

Estes, N. V., 72:349

Estes, Ralph, 98:388–90, 392, 398

Estes, Steve: book review by, 109:506–8; I Am a Man! Race, Manhood, and the Civil Rights Movement, reviewed, 104:202–3

Estes, Todd A.: article by, 104:3; book reviews by, 90:290–91, 92:321–22, 93:472–74, 94:183–84, 95:186–87, 98:104–6, 221–22, 99:309–10, 100:218–20, 367–68, 101:336–37, 509–10, 104:708–12, 105:698–700; Jay Treaty Debate, The: Public Opinion and the Evolution of Early American Political Culture, reviewed, 104:707–8; "Searching for Synthesis: The Fragmentation of Early American History and the Prospects for Reunification—A Review Essay," 104:95–126

Estill, James, 78:99, 86:319, 327–28

Estill, Monk, 87:101, 95:126, 131, 97:148; illus., 102:467

Estill, Robert Whitridge, 99:22, 32, 47

Estill, Samuel, 69:202, 206–8, 86:319

Estill County, Ky.: poverty in, 107:360; slavery in, 106:312

Estill's Defeat (1782), 79:261

Estill's Station, Ky., 68:117, 87:101, 90:69, 95:127; Monk Estill at, 102:467

Etcheson, Nicole, 106:369; book review by, 101:137–39; A Generation at War: The Civil War Era in a Northern Community, reviewed, 110:211–13

Etheridge, Robbie: and Charles Hudson, eds., The Transformation of the Southeastern Indians, 1540–1760, reviewed, 100:360–62; Creek Country: The Creek Indians and Their World, reviewed, 101:503–5; and Thomas J. Pluckhahn, eds., Light on the Path: The Anthropology and History of the Southeastern Indians, reviewed, 104:299–300

"Ethnic Origins of Early Kentucky Land Grantees," by John B. Sanderlin, 85:103–10

Ethridge, Mark, 79:350–51, 99:33, 104:549, 571, 109:357; resistance to red scare, 104:243

Etiquette of Race Relations in the South, 97:316

Ettinger, Laura E.: Nurse-Midwifery: The Birth of a New American Profession, reviewed, 104:754–55

Etulain, Richard W.: Beyond the Missouri: The Story of the American West, reviewed, 104:789–91; ed., Writing Western History: Essays on Major Western Historians, reviewed, 90:424–25

Eubank, Achilles, 92:143

Eubank, Damon R., 97:91; "A Time of Enthusiasm: The Response of Kentucky to the Call for Troops in the Mexican War," 90:323–44; book reviews by, 89:212–13, 96:92–93, 102:226–28, 107:594–95; Response of Kentucky to the Mexican War, 1846–1848, The, reviewed, 103:544–47; In the Shadow of the Patriarch: The John J. Crittenden Family in War & Peace, reviewed, 107:264–66

Eubanks, Alma L., 109:339

Eubanks, Charles Lamont, 71:243, 109:328; biographical sketch of, 109:329–30, 339–40; and desegregation of the University of Ky., 109:293, 334–40, 342–50

Eubanks, Henry T., 110:542

Eubanks, Killis, 83:6

Eubanks, Thaddeus, 109:329

Eufala, Ala, 94:166, 167

Eugenic Nation: Faults & Frontiers of Better Breeding in Modern America, by Alexandra Minna Stern: reviewed, 104:348–50

eugenics: effect on Melungeons, 102:219

eulogies: Abraham Lincoln's eulogy of Henry Clay, 106:562–70; of Henry Clay, 106:537–70; value of, 106:538–41

Eureka, Ky., 88:184–85, 188, 190, 191

Europe: and the Appalachian coal supply, 107:324–26; John S. Rarey in, 108:196, 201–2

European Magazine and London Review, The, 76:92

Eusellus, ——: Italian POW, 105:439

Eustis, William, 88:401–5

Eutaw Springs, S.C.: battle of, 69:266

Eutropius, Rev. ——, 68:262

Evangelical Party, 69:48

Evangelicals, 69:38

evangelicals: and antislavery, 102:13–38; immigration of antislavery activists from the south, 102:14; and slavery, 102:18



Evangelical War against Slavery and Race: The Life and Times of John G. Fee, by Victor B. Howard: reviewed, 95:79–85

Evans, Eli N.: Judah P. Benjamin: The Jewish Confederate, reviewed, 86:292–93

Evans, Emory G.: "Topping People, A": The Rise and Decline of Virginia's Old Political Elite, 1680-1790, reviewed, 107:429–31

Evans, Estwick, 90:38

Evans, Herndon J., 99:32; The Newspaper Press in Kentucky, reviewed, 76:155–57

Evans, Joan, 98:378

Evans, Kate Powell: Harvey Anderson: Great Grandson of Slaves, noted, 84:235–36; History of Green County, Kentucky, 1793–1993, noted, 92:236

Evans, Lewis, 73:63

Evans, Marc: Greg Abernathy, Deborah White, and Ellis L. Laudermilk, eds., Kentucky's Natural Heritage: An Illustrated Guide to Biodiversity, noted, 108:169

Evans, Mari-Lynn: and Robert Santelli, and Holly George-Warren, eds., Appalachians, The: America's First and Last Frontier, noted, 104:811

Evans, Mayford, 94:408

Evans, Musgrave, 71:15

Evans, Richard, 95:260

Evans, Robert, 71:16, 28

Evans, Robley D., 88:61–63, 66, 71

Evans, Samuel B., 71:15

Evans, Sara M.: Born for Liberty: A History of Women in America, reviewed, 88:205–6; Tidal Wave: How Women Changed America at Century's End, reviewed, 101:212–14

Evans, Stephanie W.: Black Women in the Ivory Tower, 1850-1954: An Intellectual History, reviewed, 105:717–18

Evans, Thomas W.: Education of Ronald Reagan, The: The General Electric Years and the Untold Story of His Conversion to Conservatism, reviewed, 105:376–78

Evans, Walker, 84:176, 85:294, 301

Evans, Walter, 74:308, 309

Evans family, 68:226



Evansville (Ind.) Daily Journal: and John Hunt Morgan's first Ky. raid, 108:10

Evansville (Ind.) Journal, 70:298; on guerrillas, 86:361

Evansville, Ind., 70:126, 257, 295, 298, 71:328, 72:34–35, 73:21, 74:86, 98, 76:34–36, 41–42, 93:53, 55, 58, 60, 95:10, 97:51, 58, 98:253–55, 99:9, 105:599; aircraft production in during World War II, 100:167–94; black branch library in, 93:161, 169; George A. Ellsworth in, 108:10–11; high school girls' basketball in, 109:163, 184–85; U.S. Marine Corps Reserve company in, 110:141, 157–58; Wide Awakes in, 108:10–11



Evansville Album: Perspectives on a River City, 1812–1988, by Darrel E. Bigham: reviewed, 87:468

Evansville Central High School (Evansville, Ind.), 69:30

Evansville College of Medicine (Evansville, Ind.), 74:86

Evansville High School (Evansville, Ind.): girls' basketball at, 109:163, 184–85

Evarts, Ky., 73:168, 107:471, 490; labor violence at, 107:480–81, 510

Eve, Joseph, 83:125

"Evening Hawk," Robert Penn Warren, 104:93–94

"'Even I Voted Republican': African American Voters and Public Accommodations in Louisville, Kentucky, 1960-1961" by Joshua D. Farrington, 109:395–431

Evenson, Betty, 89:138

Even the Women Must Fight: Memories of War from North Vietnam, by Karen Gottschang Turner and Phan Thanh Hao: reviewed, 98:128–30

Everett, Edward, 73:360, 374, 74:149, 89:59; illus., 106:411; and trade with British West Indies, 107:563

Everett, George, 85:333

Everett, Pete, 85:331, 347

"Eve Returns to the Garden: Women Reformers in Appalachian Kentucky in the Early Twentieth Century," by Nancy K. Forderhase, 85:237–61

Evergreen Cemetery (Campbell County, Ky.), 96:13, 14, 17; Shaler family plot in, 96:21–22

Everman, H. E., 85:312, 100:295; book reviews by, 79:196–98, 90:284–85, 96:385–86, 98:211–13; Bourbon County Since 1865, reviewed, 98:103–4; "Early Educational Channels of Bourbon County," 73:136–49; Governor James Garrard, reviewed, 80:444–46; The History of Bourbon County, 1785–1865, reviewed, 77:61–63; and William E. Ellis, and Richard Sears, Madison County: 200 Years in Retrospect, reviewed, 84:308–10

Evers, Alf: The Catskills from Wilderness to Woodstock, reviewed, 71:313–15

Evers, Medgar, 99:7

Everslage, Arnold, 82:140

Eversole, Alex: and public school reform, 109:36–37, 41, 58

Every Boy's Library Series: and Boy Scouts of America, 102:519



Everyday Klansfolk: White Protestant Life and the KKK in 1920s Michigan, by Craig Fox: reviewed, 109:263–64

Every-Day Life of Abraham Lincoln, by Francis Fisher Browne: noted, 94:107–8

Everyday Nature: Knowledge of the Natural World in Colonial New York, by Sara S. Gronim: reviewed, 105:696–97

Every Farm a Factory: The Industrial Ideal in American Agriculture, by Deborah Fitzgerald: reviewed, 102:133–34

Every Home a Distillery: Alcohol, Gender, and Technology in the Colonial Chesapeake, by Sarah Hand Meacham: reviewed, 108:384–86

"'Everything is Fair in War': The Civil War Memoir of George A. 'Lightning' Ellsworth, Telegraph Operator for John Hunt Morgan," edited by Stephen E. Towne and Jay G. Heiser, 108:3–110



Evil Necessity: Slavery and Political Culture in Antebellum Kentucky, by Harold D. Tallant: review essay, 101:93–108

evolution: in Kentucky, issue of, 96:298–301, 104:417–18



Evolution Controversy in America, by George W. Webb: noted, 93:129–30

"Evolution of a Family: Gendered 'Spheres' and the Spanish-American War," by Lindsey Apple, 94:363–95



Evolution of Southern Culture, edited by Numan V. Bartley: reviewed, 86:392–93

"Evolution of the Residential Land Subdivision Process in Louisville, 1772-2008, The" by Carl E. Kramer, 107:33–81



Evolution of the Southern Backcountry: A Case Study of Lunenburg County, Virginia, 1746–1832, by Richard R. Beeman: reviewed, 83:274–75

Evremond, Francis Xavier: at Saint Ignatius Literary Institution, 108:236

Ewald, Wendy: Portraits and Dreams: Photographs and Stories by Children of the Appalachians, noted, 84:237

Ewalt, John, 72:264

Ewell, Richard S., 70:64, 101:455

Ewen, Lynda Ann: Which Side Are You On?: The Brookside Mine Strike in Harlan County, 1973-1974, 107:480

Ewing, ——, 85:325

Ewing, Ephraim B., 70:79

Ewing, Felix, 83:347–48, 89:377, 388–92, 394–95, 398

Ewing, Finis, 69:226

Ewing, George, 95:232

Ewing, Hugh, 86:363, 369

Ewing, James S., 75:113

Ewing, Mrs. M. W., 94:125

Ewing, M. W., 94:119, 125

Ewing, Reuben, 78:117

Ewing, Robert, 78:117

Ewing, Robert M., 69:134

Ewing, Thomas, 86:344, 349

Ewing, Whig, 75:116

Ewing, Young, 75:180–81, 78:117, 91:395, 396

Examiner, The (Louisville, Ky.), 74:195, 197, 199–201

Example for All the Land, An: Emancipation and the Struggle for Equality in Washington, D.C., by Kate Masur: reviewed, 110:560, 565–66

Excellence & Equity: The National Endowment for the Humanities, by Stephen Miller: reviewed, 83:70–71

"Excursion to Mammoth Cave in Kentucky, An," by Hermann Zagel, translated by Richard A. Weiss, 71:272–95



Execution Eve, by William J. Buchanan: reviewed, 92:204–6

Executive Branch Ethics Commission: Paul E. Patton's settlement with, 102:86

"Executive Mansion and Cultural Symbol: An Essay Review of Recent Books on White House History," by Lewis L. Gould, 85:359–62

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

Exhibiting Religion: Colonialism and Spectacle at International Expositions, 1851–1893, by John P. Burris: reviewed, 100:377–79

expansionism: and American history, 102:309–10



Ex parte Merryman: (1861), 98:180

Ex parte Milligan: (1866), 98:180

Ex parte Vallandigham: (1864), 98:180

Ex parte Vallandigham (1864), 110:426

Experience of World War I, by J. M. Winter: reviewed, 88:480–81

Experimental Americans: Celo and Utopian Community in the Twentieth Century, by George L. Hicks: reviewed, 99:324–25

Experiments and Observations on Electricity, by Benjamin Franklin, 105:267

Explorations in the Stone-Campbell Traditions: Essays in Honor of Herman A. Norton, edited by Anthony L. Dunnavant and Richard L. Harrison Jr.: noted, 94:216

Expositor (Nauvoo, Ill.), 105:233

Eye-Deep in Hell: A Memoir of the Liberation of the Philippines, 1944–1945, by William A. Owens: reviewed, 87:459–61

Eyewitness to War: Prints and Daguerreotypes of the Mexican War, 1846–1848, by Martha A. Sandweiss, Rick Stewart, and Ben W. Huseman: reviewed, 90:190–91

Ezell, A. G., 110:518

Ezell, Ann, 110:518

Ezell, John S.: book review by, 78:289–91


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Faber, Harold: Thomas D. Clark letter to, 103:242

Fabian, Ann: Card Sharps, Dream Books, and Bucket Shops: Gambling in 19th-Century America, reviewed, 90:203–4

Fabricated Steel (South Bend, Ind.), 94:287



Fabulous History of the Dismal Swamp Company: A Story of George Washington's Times, by Charles Royster: reviewed, 98:110–12

Face Boss: The Memoir of a Western Kentucky Coal Miner, by Michael D. Guillerman: noted, 107:632

Face in the Crowd (film), 96:127

Face of Battle, by John Keegan, 99:133–34, 137

Facing My Lai: Moving Beyond the Massacre, edited by David L. Anderson: reviewed, 97:232–34

Fackler, Calvin Morgan: Early Days in Danville, noted, 83:170

Fackler, Stephen W.: "John Rowan and the Demise of Jeffersonian Republicanism in Kentucky, 1819–1831," 78:1–26

Facts of Reconstruction: Essays in Honor of John Hope Franklin, edited by Eric Anderson and Alfred A. Moss Jr.: reviewed, 90:302–4

Fadely, James Philip: Thomas Taggart: Public Servant, Political Boss, 1856–1929, reviewed, 95:208–9

Fagg, William: The Living Arts of Nigeria, reviewed, 71:309–11

Fagg's Manor, Pa.: William Tennent school in, 106:170

Fahey, David M.: Temperance and Racism: John Bull, Johnny Reb, and the Good Templars, reviewed, 95:313–15

Fahs, Alice: and Joan Waugh, eds., Memory of the Civil War in American Culture, The, review essay about, 102:383–402

Fairbank, Calvin, 69:325, 327, 329, 334, 103:698, 110:315; and the Underground Railroad, 109:323

Fairbanks, Charles Warren, 76:247

Fairbanks, Douglas Jr., 98:425

Fairbourn, William T.: and the U.S. Marine Corps Reserve, 110:158



Fairchild (Union transport), 74:6

Fairchild, Edward Henry: and Berea College, 83:239–41, 243–44, 247, 261, 89:63–64, 98:3, 6, 8–9, 18, 21, 105:654, 110:35–37

Fairchild, J., 70:158

Fairchild, Jack, 83:134

Fairchild, James, 105:652–53

Faircloth, Jean, 93:84

Fairclough, Adam: Class of Their Own, A: Black Teachers in the Segregated South, reviewed, 105:514–15

Fair Deal: and Dwight David Eisenhower, 105:464

Fair Employment Practices Commission (FEPC), 99:377, 104:223

Fairfax, Baron Thomas, 69:388

Fairfax, Va., 69:4

Fairfax County, Va., 70:29

Fairfax Resolves (1774), 69:2

Fairfield Unit (Louisville, Ky.): development of, 107:58

Fairhope, Ala., 68:372

Fair Labor Standards Act (1938), 99:365, 107:368

Fairley, John: Great Racehorses in Art, 83:357–58

Fairman, Charles, 110:370–71



Fairview (Ky.) Review, 90:178

Fairview, Ky.: and Jefferson Davis, 107:143, 163–64, 206, 213–15, 231, 237

Fairview Baptist Church (Mayfield, Ky.), 97:311–15, 321

Faith and Meaning in the Southern Uplands, by Loyal Jones: reviewed, 98:109–10

Faithful Account of the Race, A: African American Historical Writing in Nineteenth-Century America, by Stephen G. Hall: reviewed, 107:452–53

Falaise, Louis De: "General Stephen Gano Burbridge's Command in Kentucky," 69:101–27

Falk, Andrew J.: book reviews by, 102:145–47, 104:768–69, 105:558–60

Fall, Philip S., 79:316

"Fallen Leaves and Missing Pages: Women in Kentucky History," by Margaret Ripley Wolfe, 90:64–89

Fallen Leaves: The Civil War Letters of Major Henry Livermore Abbott, edited by Robert Garth Scott: reviewed, 91:223–24

Fallen Timbers (Ohio), 94:8, 22; battle of, 71:386, 391, 76:216, 84:7, 12, 14, 91:20, 255, 259, 312, 92:158, 102:471, 107:5, 23; and Simon Girty, 102:526

Fallin, Wilson Jr.: Uplifting the People: Three Centuries of Black Baptists in Alabama, reviewed, 106:82–84

Falling Creek (Ky.), 68:127



Fall of the House of Roosevelt, The: Brokers of Ideas and Power from FDR to LBJ, by Michael Janeway: reviewed, 102:143–45

Fallsburg (Lawrence County, Ky.), 102:69

Fallsburg Elementary School (Lawence County, Ky.), 102:69

Falls City (steamboat), 90:104–5; illus., 95:393

Falls City Engineers, The, by Leland R. Johnson: reviewed, 74:61, 62

Falls-City Engineers: A History of the Louisville District, Corps of Engineers, United States Army, 1970–1983, by Leland R. Johnson: noted, 84:236–37

Falls of Rough (Grayson County Ky.), 97:159, 160

Falls of the Ohio, 68:123

Falls of the Ohio (Louisville, Ky.), 69:151, 210, 249, 71:70, 72, 77–78, 134–35, 209, 453, 464, 72:339, 90:49, 95:121, 99:364, 106:53, 109:297–98; development of Louisville, Ky. at, 107:38–41, 43; and the Underground Railroad, 109:321–22

"Family Background and Education of Mary Todd," by C W. Hackensmith, 69:187–96

Family History Record Book, by James B. Bell: reviewed, 79:201

Family Letters of Louis D. Brandeis, The, edited by Melvin I. Urofsky and David W. Levy: reviewed, 100:505–6

Family Welfare Society, 90:260, 275, 278, 281, 282



Famous Kentucky Duels, by J. Winston Coleman Jr.: reviewed, 68:184–85

Famous Kentucky Duels, J. Winston Coleman Jr., 73:100

Fancher, —, 108:208



Fangs of the Wild (film), 96:124

Fannie Brandeis (steamboat), 110:176

"Fannie's Flirtations: Etiquette, Reality, and the Age of Choice," by Sue Lynn McGuire, 93:43–78

Fannin, James W., 71:8, 23–24, 99

Fannin, James W. Jr., 81:240–43, 247–48, 250, 252

Fannin, Paul Jones, 83:128, 138

Fanny (steamer): 1849 attempt to invade Cuba, 105:580

Fanny Wright: Rebel in America, by Celia Morris Eckhardt: reviewed, 83:154–55

Fant, William: illus., 105:28

Faragher, John Mack, 95:222, 229, 97:85, 100:501; Daniel Boone's legacy, 102:533; Daniel Boone: The Life and Legend of an American Pioneer, reviewed, 91:324–29; portrayal of Daniel Boone, 102:517; "They May Say What They Please: Daniel Boone and the Evidence," 88:373–93

Farewell to the Party of Lincoln, by Nancy J. Weiss, 109:395

Farewell to the Party of Lincoln: Black Politics in the Age of FDR, by Nancy J. Weiss: reviewed, 83:164–65

Fargo, Ga.: Fort Benning branch POW camp at, 105:446

Fariston, Ky., 68:107

Farley, James A., 82:360, 84:49

Farley, W. B., 81:34

Farm Equipment Workers, 104:222; defended by Louisville Courier-Journal, 104:243; support of the Bradens for, 104:223

Farmer, James, 99:41, 109:415

Farmer, Nancy: book review by, 88:471–72

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