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



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Flynt, Larry, 83:135–36

Flynt, Wayne: book reviews by, 80:238–40, 82:198–200, 86:192–94, 99:72–73; Dixie's Forgotten People: The South's Poor Whites, reviewed, 78:368–70; Poor but Proud: Alabama's Poor Whites, reviewed, 88:341–42

Fobes, Kenneth: illus., 100:327; quoted, 100:319, 328

Foerster, Norman, 80:140

Fogel, Robert W.: interpretation of slavery, 103:732–34; Slavery Debates, 1952–1990, The, review essay, 103:727–41

Fogel, William, 74:321; and G. R. Elton, Which Road to the Past? Two Views of History, reviewed, 83:71–72

Fogelson, Raymond D., 74:246

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

Fogle, McDowell A.: History of Ohio County, Kentucky, reviewed, 68:272–73

Fogler, John, 79:54

Foglesong, David S.: book reviews by, 99:423–25, 100:543–44

Fog of War, by Robert S. McNamara, 102:336–37

Foley, Elijah, 87:104, 109, 88:409–11, 422

Foley, John, 87:102

Foley, Michael S.: Confronting the War Machine: Draft Resistance During the Vietnam War, reviewed, 101:225–27

Foley, Red, 80:175

Foley, Richard, 87:102, 110, 88:409, 424

Foley, Thomas, 100:454

Foley, Thomas S., 94:353



Folklore from the Working People of America, edited by Tristram Potter Coffin and Hennig Cohen: reviewed, 73:70–72

Folklore Institute (Indiana University), 104:655–59



Folklore on the American Land, by Duncan Emrich: noted, 87:93

Folk Medicine in Southern Appalachia, by Anthony Cavender: reviewed, 102:229–30

Follis, Elizabeth, 85:233

Follis, Shelby, 85:233

Folmar, John Kent: From That Terrible Field: Civil War Letters of James M. Williams, Twenty-First Alabama Infantry Volunteers, reviewed, 81:95–97

Folmsbee, Stanley J., 72:287, 73:334

Folsom, David, 91:267

Folsom, Peter, 91:296

Fombell, John, 86:361

Fonda, Henry, 98:374

Fonda, Jane, 96:129–30

"'Fond Illusions' and Environmental Transformations Along the Maysville-Lexington Road," by Craig Thompson Friend, 94:4–32

Foner, Eric, 89:393, 97:306, 321, 101:434, 106:378, 458, 110:366, 389; Freedom's Lawmakers: A Directory of Black Officeholders During Reconstruction, noted, 91:461–62; Our Lincoln: New Perspectives on Lincoln and His World, review essay, 106:441, 458–60; Reconstruction: America's Unfinished Revolution, 1863–1877, noted, 88:119

Foner, Philip S.: History of Black Americans: From the Compromise of 1850 to the End of the Civil War, reviewed, 82:406–8

Fones-Wolf, Elizabeth: book review by, 100:389–91; Waves of Opposition: Labor and the Struggle for Democratic Radio, reviewed, 104:762–64

Fontaine Ferry Amusement Park (Louisville, Ky.), 81:278, 286, 103:484, 104:236; civil rights protests at, 109:374, 415

"Fontaine Fox: Kentucky's Foremost Cartoonist," by Kelly Thurman, 77:112–28

Fontelroy, William, 71:14–16

Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act (1938), 94:417

Food Administration, 104:495

Food and Drug Administration: danger of vinyl chloride, 102:179

Food and Drugs Act (1906), 94:417

Food and Everyday Life on Kentucky Family Farms, 1920–1950, by John van Willigen and Anne van Willigen: reviewed, 104:699–700

Food for France Fund, 82:258



Fools Crow, by Thomas E. Mails: reviewed, 78:188–89

Foos, Paul: A Short, Offhand, Killing Affair: Soldiers and Social Conflict during the Mexican-American War, reviewed, 100:373–75

Foose, Robert James, 73:323

Foot, Thomas, 83:18

football: independent midwestern teams, 97:403–43; at the University of Ky., Thomas D. Clark commentary on, 103:457–58

Football: The Ivy League Origins of an American Obsession, by Mark F. Bernstein: reviewed, 99:194–95

Foote, Andrew H., 70:268, 276, 76:9, 77:3; and the ironclads at Fort Donelson, Tenn., 74:1–8, 83, 167–71, 173, 174, 182–85, 189, 190

Foote, Henry S., 106:509

Foote, Lorien: Gentlemen and the Roughs, The: Violence, Honor, and Manhood in the Union Army, reviewed, 108:274–76

Foote, Sephanie: book review by, 109:258–60

Foote, Shelby, 89:363, 107:243



Footloose in Jacksonian America: Robert W. Scott and His Agrarian World, by Thomas D. Clark: reviewed, 89:400–401

For All the World to See: Visual Culture and the Struggle for Civil Rights, by Maurice Berger: reviewed, 107:461–62

Forbes, Edwin: Thirty Years After: An Artist's Memoir of the Civil War, noted, 92:122–23

Forbes, G. A.: and high school girls' basketball, 109:159, 186

Forbes, J. Malcolm, 89:155

Forbes, John, 86:11

Forbes, M. L., 69:61

Forbes, Robert Pierce: book review by, 105:108–10; Missouri Compromise and Its Aftermath, The: Slavery & the Meaning of America, reviewed, 105:707–10

Forbis, ——, 68:127



For Business and Pleasure: Red-Light Districts and the Regulation of Vice in the United States, 1890-1933, by Mara L. Keire: reviewed, 108:157–59

Forced into Glory: Abraham Lincoln's White Dream, by Lerone Bennett Jr., 106:515

Ford, Alice: on George Keats's investments, 106:64

Ford, Amanda, 95:247

Ford, A. Y., 85:47, 48, 49, 52, 56, 63

Ford, Ben O.: surveying firm of, 107:55

Ford, Bridget: book review by, 101:516–18

Ford, Ed, 102:78

Ford, Ford Madox, 90:373

Ford, Francis, 70:17

Ford, Frank H., 90:171

Ford, Gerald R., 82:57; and the War on Poverty in Breathitt County, Ky., 107:407

Ford, H. Church, 71:249, 88:332; Edward F. Prichard ballot-stuffing case, 104:537; and integration of the University of Ky., 103:407; and school desegregation in Ky., 109:337, 345–46

Ford, Henry, 73:153, 430, 98:398; coal operations in Harlan County, Ky., 107:483

Ford, Hiram Church, 99:10–11, 13

Ford, James, 69:267

Ford, Jim, 94:140

Ford, Ky., 95:386

Ford, Lewis, 93:455

Ford, Linda: book reviews by, 102:433–34, 103:840–41, 105:519–21

Ford, Lisa: Settler Sovereignty: Jurisdiction and Indigenous People in America and Australia, 1788-1836, reviewed, 108:127–29

Ford, Miss.——, 72:268

Ford, Mrs. Wendell H., 72:201, 73:102

Ford, Robert, 90:58

Ford, Thomas R., 105:246; book review by, 80:452–53; illus., 107:358; and Mormons, 105:233, 235; and the National Advisory Commission on Rural Poverty, 107:357, 360

Ford, Wendell H., 70:246, 71:224, 72:201, 205, 73:102, 83:62, 99:7, 27, 28, 216, 226, 228–29, 264, 266, 282, 104:594, 598; administration of, 104:600–601; Edward F. Prichard's evaluation of, 104:599; i-ii (Jan.); retirement of, 102:8; and state employees, 104:569

Ford, W. P., 74:86

Ford Assembly Plant (Louisville, Ky.): relocation of, 107:69

Ford Automotive Company (Detroit, Mich.): in Wallins, Ky., 107:483

Forderhase, Nancy K.: book notes by, 83:90, 386, 84:237; book reviews by, 78:381–83, 81:226–28, 86:190–92, 95:433–35; "Eve Returns to the Garden: Women Reformers in Appalachian Kentucky in the Early Twentieth Century," 85:237–61; "'The Clear Call of Thoroughbred Women': The Kentucky Federation of Women's Clubs and the Crusade for Educational Reform, 1903–1909," 83:19–35

Forderhase, R. E.: book reviews by, 76:316–18, 78:82–84, 81:449–50, 86:385–86

Ford Foundation, 68:370

Fordham College (Rose Hill, N.Y.), 108:237

Ford Hollow Creek (Ky.), 68:126

Ford Motor Company: coal mines in Harlan County, 86:141

Ford Plant (Louisville, Ky.), 101:4

Ford's Mill (Paris, Ky.), 73:139, 141



Fordson, Farmall, and Poppin' Johnny: A History of the Farm Tractor and Its Impact on America, by Robert C. Williams: reviewed, 85:384–85

Ford's Theater (Washington, D.C.), 110:437

Ford's Theatre (Washington, D.C), 106:374, 531, 604

Foreign Affairs, 79:47

Foreign Aid: Its Defense and Reform, by Paul Moseley: noted, 85:288–89

Foreign Policy of Hitler's Germany: Diplomatic Revolution in Europe, 1933–36, by Gerhard L. Weinberg: reviewed, 69:291–92

Foreman, Grant: Indian Removal: The Emigration of the Five Civilized Tribes, 74:345

Foreman, Mollie, 70:79

Forestville Saltpeter Cave (Edmonson County, Ky.), 77:261



For Free Press and Equal Rights: Republican Newspapers in the Reconstruction South, by Richard H. Abbott, edited by John W. Quist: reviewed, 103:803–5

Forged in Battle: The Civil War Alliance of Black Soldiers and White Officers, by Joseph T. Glatthaar: reviewed, 89:98–99

Forgie, George B.: book reviews by, 102:110–12, 103:792–95

"Forging a Confederate Tradition in Kentucky: Memory, Politics, and Race," by W. Fitzhugh Brundage, 110:575–84

Forging of the Union, 1781–1789, by Richard B. Morris: reviewed, 86:180–81

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

Forgotten Generation, The: American Children and World War II, by Lisa L. Ossian: reviewed, 109:499–500

Forgotten Heroes: Japan's Imprisonment of American Civilians in the Philippines, 1942–1945: An Oral History, by Michael P. Onarato: noted, 91:245–46

Forgotten Holocaust: The Poles under German Occupation, 1939–1944, by Richard C. Lukas: book review by, 84:442–44

Forgotten Plague: How the Battle Against Tuberculosis was Won–and Lost, by Frank Ryan: noted, 92:127–28

"Forgotten Victorians: Louisville's Domestic Servants, 1880–1920," by Elizabeth A. Perkins, 85:111–37

Forgy, Benjamin, 97:414

Forgy, Lawrence E. Jr., 99:253, 254, 102:85; 1995 gubernatorial campaign, 102:74–76; position on Kentucky Education Reform Act, 102:75



For Honor, Glory & Union: The Mexican and Civil War Letters of Brig. Gen. William Haines Lytle, edited by Ruth C. Carter: reviewed, 98:318–19

Forks of Elkhorn Baptist Church (Ky.), 110:19

"For Law and Order: Joseph Holt, the Civil War, and the Judge Advocate General's Department," by Gayla Koerting, 97:1–25

For Lust of Knowledge: Memoirs of an Intelligence Officer, by Archie Roosevelt: reviewed, 86:306–7

Forman, Irma, 80:172

Forman, James: The Making of Black Revolutionaries, reviewed, 71:210–11

Formation of a Planter Elite: Jonathan Bryan and the Southern Colonial Frontier, by Alan Gallay: reviewed, 89:90–91

Formisano, Ronald P., 82:23; book review by, 102:243–46; For the People: American Populist Movements from the Revolution to the 1850s, reviewed, 106:249–50

Fornelson, Elisha, 69:251–52

Forney, John Horace, 74:294

Forney, William Henry, 74:294

Forquier, George, 88:147



For Race and Country: The Life and Career of Colonel Charles Young, by David P. Kilroy: reviewed, 104:132–34

Forrest, Nathan Bedford, 69:17, 21, 24, 114, 393, 70:156, 304, 72:28, 34, 305, 74:180, 181, 214, 215, 288–90, 292, 293, 76:19, 77:182, 86:363, 365, 90:370, 94:143, 148, 97:174–75, 177, 99:15, 103:538, 633, 105:61, 64, 107:239–40, 110:457, 473, 506; attack on Murfreesboro, Tenn., 108:24–25; Forrest C. Pogue named for, 104:684; military tradition of, 107:223; and the skirmish at Sacramento, Ky., 75:79–89

Forster, Stig: and Jorg Nägler, eds., On the Road to Total War: The American Civil War and the German Wars of Unification, 1861–1871, noted, 95:459–60

Forsyth, Ga., 74:295

Forsyth, James W., 72:295, 81:183, 83:324–28, 346

Forsyth, Mr.——, 81:183, 186

Fort, Joel, 89:388, 393–94

Fort, Sterling, 89:392

Fort Adams, La., 70:195

Fort Amanda, Ohio, 104:18, 21

Fort Ancient, Ohio: people of, 90:7–8, 11, 17, 18

Fort Anderson, Paducah, Ky., 69:17, 22; Confederate attack on, 110:506

Fort Andrews, Mass.: Italian POWs at, 105:437

Fort Anne, N.Y., 71:315

Fort Apache, Arizona, 94:368–69, 374

Fortas: The Rise and Ruin of a Supreme Court Justice, by Bruce Allen Murphy: reviewed, 87:189–90

Fort Baker, Ky., 71:185

Fort Barbee, Ohio: Kentucky brigade at, 104:15, 18

Fort Benjamin Harrison, Ind., 96:271, 290

Fort Benning, Ga., 92:294, 99:137, 100:136–37; branch POWs camps of, 105:445–46; Charles P. Roland's training at, 101:81–82, 87–88; illus., 101:79, 81, 105:420, 433, 442, 457; POW camp and George Chescheir, 105:417–60

Fort Blakely, Mobile, Ala., 74:350

Fort Boone, Ky., 68:117

"Fort Boone and the Civil War Defense of Frankfort," by Nicky Hughes, 88:148–62

Fort Boonesborough, Ky., 74:152, 316–17

Fort Bragg, N.C., 102:46

Fort Campbell, Ky., 98:288; See Camp Campbell, Ky.

Fort Chickasaw, Tenn., 92:159

Fort Chiswell, Va., 69:248, 79:245–51

Fort Concho, Texas: Burritt Hamilton Fee at, 105:649

Fort Craig, Hart County, Ky., 69:351–54, 97:259–60, 267–68, 271–72

Fort Dearborn, Chicago, Ill., 73:337

Fort de Chartres, Ill., 71:130

Fort Defiance, Ohio, 74:189, 104:21, 23, 105:205; during the War of 1812, 105:207

Fort Des Moines, Iowa, 69:6

Fort Detroit, Mich.: campaign of Lachlan McIntosh against, 106:345

Fort Donelson, Tenn., 68:10, 176, 179, 311–18, 69:341, 349, 398, 70:65, 178, 274–75, 298, 304, 72:375, 73:30, 74:1, 9, 76:8, 77:2, 273, 79:25, 93:263, 282, 94:142–43, 147–49, 151–52, 154–55, 97:170–72, 249, 276, 110:440, 463; Confederate defeat at, 110:452, 454–58, 461–62, 473, 477, 481–82, 503, 505; fall of, 76:9, 329; Grant's capture of, 103:628–30, 637, 653, 654, 659, 674

Fort Donelson National Military Park (Tenn.), 69:397



Fort Donelson's Legacy: War and Society in Kentucky and Tennessee, 1862–1863, by Benjamin Franklin Cooling: reviewed, 95:426–27

Fort Drum, Philippines, 86:254, 255

Fort Duquesne, Pa., 75:144, 90:8, 24

Forte, Mary L., 98:162

Fort Findlay, Ohio, 104:21

Fort Finney, Ohio: treaty of, 106:348

Fort Getty, R.I.: POW reeducation, 105:453–54, 456

Fort Gibson, Ark., 69:5, 7

Fort Greenville, Ohio, 84:7–8, 92:18, 159

Fort Hamilton, N.Y., 101:91–92

Fort Harrison, Indiana, 75:319

Fort Harrod, Ky., 69:68, 74:316, 79:356, 90:69–70; bicentennial of, 68:269

Fort Hartford, Ky., 68:272

Fort Hayes, Ohio, 101:299–300, 302

Fort Heiman, Ky., 68:311–12, 317

Fort Henry, Tenn., 68:176, 179, 311–12, 317, 69:341, 393, 398, 70:65, 178, 274–75, 298, 304, 73:30, 74:1, 3, 4, 6, 73, 75, 180, 185, 191, 76:8, 93:263, 94:142, 148, 97:171, 247, 249; Confederate defeat at, 110:452, 454–58, 461–62, 477, 482, 503, 505; fall of, 76:9, 329, 103:674



For the People: American Populist Movements from the Revolution to the 1850s, by Ronald P. Formisano: reviewed, 106:249–50

"For the Sake of My Country": The Diary of Col. M. W. Ward, 9th Tennessee Cavalry, Morgan's Brigade, C. S. A., edited by R. B. Rosenburg: reviewed, 91:352–53

"For the Union: Kentucky's Unconditional Unionist Congressmen and the Development of the Republican Party in Kentucky, 1863–1865," by James Larry Hood, 76:197–215

Fort Hill, Frankfort, Ky., 88:149

Fort Holt, Ky., 70:265–66

Fort Hood, Tex., 90:141, 145

Fort Howard, Wis., 69:6

Fort Jackson, La., 73:319

"Fort Jefferson," by John E. L. Robertson, 71:127–38

Fort Jefferson, Ky., 68:313–14, 316, 69:253, 255–56, 258–59, 92:159, 95:396; article about, 71:127–38; during Revolutionary War, 81:1–24

Fort Knox, Ky., 71:191–92, 93:451, 453, 456, 459, 96:271, 292, 98:289; illus., 101:78, 89, 91, 305; U.S. Army Armor Training Center at, 110:154; U.S. Marine Corps Reserve training at, 110:149, 154–55, 162–63; before World War II, 100:131; WWII POWs at, 100:143–46, 150–51, 153, 165, 105:437

Fort Knox–Elizabethtown: basketball region of, 109:448

Fort Knox Officers Club (Hardin County, Ky.): Thomas Lincoln fireplace at, 106:484

Fort Lawton, Wash., 96:291–92; Italian POWs at, 105:437–38

Fort Leavenworth, Kans., 69:7, 99:130

Fort Lewis, Wash., 96:292; and Garlin M. Conner, 110:70

Fort Malden, Canada, 104:20; during the War of 1812, 105:207–8; during War of 1812, 105:216

Fort Mason, Calif., 69:2

Fort Massac, Ill., 69:247–48, 250, 261–63, 266–67, 271, 71:52, 76–78, 132, 380, 84:10, 14–15, 92:159, 163

Fort McArthur, Ohio, 104:21

Fort McHenry, Md., 88:417

Fort McIntosh, Pa., 90:126

Fort McPherson, Ga.: Motor Transport School, 105:424

Fort Meigs, Ohio, 75:193, 104:6; battle map, 105:211; battle of during War of 1812, 105:210–12; construction of, 104:8–10, 12; defense of, 104:13–15, 21, 24–29, 31–32; description of, 104:9–10; map of, 104:31; near present-day Perryburg, Ohio, 104:5; siege of, 104:5, 20–22; strategic weaknesses of, 104:10–13; survival of, 104:41–42; William Henry Harrison, garrison at, 104:2

Fort Meigs State Memorial (Ohio): Dudley's Defeat and, 104:2

Fort Miami, Ohio, 84:7, 91:255, 104:20, 36

Fort Mims, Ala., 82:350

Fort Mitchell, Ky., 73:178, 180, 183, 189, 291

Fort Monroe, Va., 107:196, 247; illus., 107:246; Jefferson Davis's imprisonment at, 107:204, 208

Fort Necessity, Ohio, 104:21

Fort Nelson, Louisville, Ky., 71:138, 81:23

Fort Oglethorpe, Ga.: POW camp at, 105:446; World War II induction center, 101:75

Fort Patrick Henry, Va., 97:152, 101:308

Fort Pickens, Fla., 97:7, 106:431

Fort Pillow, A Civil War Massacre, and Public Memory, by John Cimprich: reviewed, 105:309–10

Fort Pillow, Tenn., 69:393–94, 70:271

Fort Prud'homme, Ill., 69:245

Fort Recovery, Ohio, 91:255

Fortress Monroe agreement, 94:283

Fort Sackville, Indiana, 75:317

Fort San Carlos, Fla., 72:407

Forts Henry and Donelson: The Key to the Confederate Heartland, by Benjamin Franklin Cooling: reviewed, 86:289–90

Fort Smith, Ark., 71:111

Fort Stanwix, N.Y., 91:311; treaty of, 73:65, 90:24

Fort Stephenson, Ohio, 75:239; defense of, 104:41; during the War of 1812, 105:212–13

Fort Stotsenburg, Philippines, 86:237

Fort St. Philip, La., 73:319

Fort Sumter, Charleston, S.C., 110:246, 250, 265, 320, 448–49, 454; fall of, 110:484; raising Federal flag at, 110:435

Fort Sumter, S.C., 68:347, 69:340, 70:255, 301, 72:105, 73:17, 26, 319–20, 74:214, 241, 75:23, 76:6, 7, 77:269, 93:259, 97:7–8, 101:403, 405, 413, 103:670–71, 106:388, 393, 407, 431, 452, 454, 514

Fort Terrill, Ky., 69:359

Fort Thomas, Ky., 92:294, 98:351, 391, 104:56; Preston Brown at, 104:63–64

Fort Thompson, N.C., 73:319

Fortune, Alonzo W., 74:116, 117, 121, 122



Fortune magazine: articles on coal industry, 107:312, 318, 326

Fort Wagner, La.: African Americans at battle of, 110:423

Fort Warren, Mass., 110:425; prison at, 97:276

Fort Washington, Cincinnati, Ohio, 91:253–55, 259, 94:26

Fort Washington, N.Y., 71:391

Fort Wayne, Ind., 71:272, 80:134–35, 104:6, 10, 18–19; Baer Field, 102:46, 48; Native American settlements at, 107:27

Fort Wayne Pyramids: football team, 97:438

Fort Wheeler, Macon, Ga., 101:302, 303–8

Fort Willich, Ky., 69:359

Fort Winchester, Ohio, 104:18, 21; arrival of Kentucky brigade, 104:19

Fort Worth, Texas, 100:200

Fort Worth Record, 94:254

Forty-fifth Kentucky, 69:104

Forty-fifth New York Veteran Volunteers, 110:467

Forty-first Regiment (British): Fort Meigs, siege of, 104:34

Forty-ninth Ohio, 69:341

Forty-ninth Tennessee, 74:73, 79–80, 187

Forty-seventh Rifle Company (Louisville, Ky.): history of, 110:135, 142, 144, 155, 157–59, 162–63; and the Vietnam War, 110:160–61

Forum magazine, 93:76

Forwood, William Stump: quoted, 68:322

Fosdick, Harry Emerson, 74:120

Fosl, Catherine, 104:214; biography of Anne Braden, 104:698; Subversive Southerner: Anne Braden and the Struggle for Racial Justice in the Cold War South, reviewed, 101:113–15; and Tracy E. K'Meyer, Freedom on the Border: An Oral History of the Civil Rights Movement in Kentucky, reviewed, 107:266–67

Fosl, Catherine, and Tracy E. K'Meyer: Freedom on the Border: An Oral History of the Civil Rights Movement in Kentucky, 109:357

Foss, Horst, 97:323–24

Foss, Jerome C.: book review by, 107:436–38

Foster, ——, 69:18

Foster,——: memories of frontier Ky. agriculture, 107:9

Foster, Alice: and girls' basketball, 109:156

Foster, Anne L.: and Julian Go, American Colonial State in the Philippines, The: Global Perspectives, reviewed, 101:370–71

Foster, Buck T.: Sherman's Mississippi Campaign, reviewed, 105:128–29

Foster, Carrie: book review by, 100:557–59

Foster, Emily: ed., The Ohio Frontier: An Anthology of Early Writings, reviewed, 94:434–35

Foster, Gaines M.: book reviews by, 85:167–68, 86:305–6, 93:375–77; Ghosts of the Confederacy: Defeat, the Lost Cause, and the Emergence of the New South, 1865 to 1913, 110:578; Ghosts of the Confederacy: Defeat, the Lost Cause, and the Emergence of the New South, reviewed, 85:377–78; original-intent theory, 102:399; views criticized, 102:400

Foster, Jodie, 96:133

Foster, John M., 89:389–91, 394–95, 397

Foster, Major —: during Civil War, 108:46

Foster, M. Marie Booth: comp., Southern Black Creative Writers, 1829–1953: Bibliographies, noted, 87:195–96

Foster, N. H., 110:508

Foster, Robert S., 97:19

Foster, Ruel E.: Jesse Stuart, 75:281

Foster, Stephen Collins, 74:69, 78:26, 88:305, 90:55–56, 93:290, 300, 99:107, 245, 103:491; biography of, 103:58; and the McClelland family, 103:480, 482

Foster, Thomas A., ed.: New Men: Manliness in Early America, reviewed, 110:101–3

Foster D. Snell, Inc. (N.Y.), 100:317

Fostoria, Ohio, 73:309

Fostyr, Lily, 78:352

Fothergill, John, 105:256



Foul Means: The Formation of a Slave Society in Virginia, 1660–1740, by Anthony Parent Jr.: reviewed, 101:329–30

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

"Founding a Dynasty: Robert Worth Bingham Takes Control of The Courier-Journal and Louisville Times, 1918-25," by William E. Ellis, 94:247–64



Founding Brothers: The Revolutionary Generation, by Joseph J. Ellis, 105:248; reviewed, 99:153–57

Founding Corporate Power in Early National Philadelphia, by Andrew M. Schocket: reviewed, 105:295–97

Founding Father: Rediscovering George Washington, by Richard Brookhiser: reviewed, 95:186–87

Founding Friendship: George Washington, James Madison, and the Creation of the American Republic, by Stuart Leibiger: reviewed, 98:221–22

Fountain, Daniel L.: Slavery, Civil War, and Salvation: African American Slaves and Christianity, 1830-1870, reviewed, 108:404–6

Fountainbleau Springs (Ky.), 70:287–88

Fountainbleau Springs (Ky,), 72:227–28, 232, 234, 236–38

Fountain Square Park (Bowling Green, Ky.), 92:71

441st Troop Carrier Group, 102:53; Gene Wheeler's combat mission, 102:49



Four Centuries of Southern Indians: edited by Charles M. Hudson, reviewed, 74:245–47

Four Corners Economic Region (Tuscon, Ariz.): and the National Advisory Commission on Rural Poverty, 107:360–61

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