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



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Fourdree, Vachel, 88:146

Four Hundred Miles from Harlem: Courts, Crime, and Correction, by Max Wylie: reviewed, 71:216–18

Four Mile, Ky., 97:191

Fournier, Fr. Michael, 97:360; slaves of, 101:287–88

Fournier, Michael, 68:255



Four Steps West, compiled by James W. Sames III: reviewed, 70:235–36

Fourteen Mile House (Jefferson County, Ky.), 102:359

Fourteen Points (1918), 107:222

Fourteenth Amendment (1868), 70:128, 71:41, 229, 72:8, 112–13, 116, 78:48, 50, 86:65, 90:171, 173, 93:402, 405, 99:273, 101:108, 253, 104:466, 107:160, 110:240, 401–2, 476, 533; Henry Watterson and ratification of, 105:393; and public school reform, 109:28; and school desegregation, 109:347–48; and slavery, 110:370–71

Fourteenth Conference for Education in the South, 72:344

Fourteenth Michigan Regiment, 77:181

Fourteenth Mississippi Regiment, 70:164, 166, 170, 172, 177–78

Fourteenth Ohio, 71:431

Fourteenth Street (Louisville, Ky.), 107:41

Fourth Avenue Presbyterian Church (Louisville, Ky.), 74:119

Fourth Field Service Regiment, 110:161

Fourth Illinois Cavalry, 68:315

Fourth Indiana Cavalry, 70:215–16, 73:311

Fourth Infantry Division: Normandy invasion, 102:51

Fourth Kentucky, 71:431

Fourth Kentucky Cavalry: Jews in, 110:171

Fourth Kentucky Volunteer Infantry, 72:300, 74:281, 287–88, 292–93, 296; and David Grant Colson, 98:46–80

Fourth Marine Division, 110:141, 160; creation of, 110:157–58

Fourth Michigan Cavalry, 70:203–4

Fourth Ohio Cavalry, 70:203–4, 75:128, 76:14

Fourth Provincial Council (Baltimore, Md.), 108:233

Fourth Service Command: and Frederick Uhl, 105:431; and World War II POW camps, 105:424, 446–47

Fourth Street (Louisville, Ky.), 106:61, 109:312, 373–74, 413; trolley line, 107:61

Fourth United States Colored Heavy Artillery, 110:503, 508

Fousek, John: To Lead the Free World: American Nationalism and the Cultural Roots of the Cold War, reviewed, 99:328–30

Foust, Geneva, 93:318

Foust, Mary Louise, 99:216, 265, 276

Fowler, Barry: and Garlin M. Conner, 110:90

Fowler, Earl, 86:260

Fowler, George, 69:174

Fowler, George L.: and Register of the Ky. Historical Society, 101:32

Fowler, Jacob, 69:130

Fowler, John, 68:54, 69:210, 70:42–44, 331, 75:181, 100:332

Fowler, Wiley, 110:516

Fowles, J. C. N.: business of, 109:306

Fownes, George, 79:311

Fox, Arthur, 69:201

Fox, Charles James, 71:459

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

Fox, Daniel, 87:48

Fox, Early Lee, 75:94

Fox, Fontaine Jr.: cartoonist, career of, 77:112–28

Fox, Fontaine Sr., 77:113

Fox, Frances Barton: The Heart of Arethusa, 77:113

Fox, Gustavus, 73:281, 282

Fox, Joe, 79:349

Fox, John, 78:297

Fox, John Jr., 68:2, 9, 12, 77:290, 80:151, 91:40, 94:365, 95:236, 96:123, 136, 103:204; Blue-Grass and Rhododendron, noted, 93:124–25; The Heart of the Hills, noted, 95:216–17; The Little Shepherd of Kingdom Come, noted, 86:405; Thomas D. Clark commentary on, 103:287–88; The Trail of the Lonesome Pine, noted, 83:89

Fox, Larry: Illustrated History of Basketball, 84:54

Fox, Lieutenant ——, 73:413

Fox, Maier B.: United We Stand: The United Mine Workers of America, 1890–1990, noted, 89:432

Fox, Margery, 94:393

Fox, Mary Pitkin, 77:113

Fox, Minnie, 103:204

Fox, Richard, 69:207, 91:397

Fox, Rita Mackin: Garrard County, noted, 103:843; Garrard County in World War II, noted, 103:843–44

Fox, Will J., 97:302

Foxfire: vol. 6, edited by Eliot Wiggington, noted, 79:302

Foxfire (film), 96:130

Foxfire 7: with introduction by Paul F. Gillespie, noted, 81:340

Foxfire 8, by Eliot Wigginton and Margie Bennett: reviewed, 83:70

Foxfire III, edited by Eliot Wigginton: reviewed, 74:250–53

Fox-Genovese, Elizabeth, 94:116–17, 96:313; and Eugene D. Genovese, Mind of the Master, The: Class, History and Faith in the Southern Slaveholders' Worldview, reviewed, 104:712–14; and Eugene D. Genovese, Slavery in White and Black: Class and Race in the Southern Slaveholders' New World Order, reviewed, 107:107–9; interpretation of slavery, 103:738; Within the Plantation Household: Black and White Women of the Old South, reviewed, 88:93–94

Fox Indians, 69:251

Foxtown Academy (Madison County, Ky.), 73:385

Fraas, Elizabeth Duffy: "'All issues are women's issues': An Interview with Governor Martha Layne Collins on Women in Politics," 99:213–48; "An Unusual Map of the Early West," 73:62–69; book reviews by, 73:87, 88, 81:200–203; ed., Public Papers of Governor Martha Layne Collins, 1983-1987, reviewed, 106:238–40

Fragile Capital, A: Identity and the Early Years of Columbus, Ohio, by Charles C. Cole Jr.: reviewed, 99:174–76

Fragile Fabric of Union, The: Cotton, Federal Politics, and the Global Origins of the Civil War, by Brian Schoen: reviewed, 107:600–602

Fraley, Miranda L.: book review by, 106:112–13

Fraley, William, 76:173

Framing the Sixties: The Use and Abuse of a Decade from Ronald Reagan to George W. Bush, by Bernard von Bothmer: reviewed, 109:271–73

Francaviglia, Richard V.: Hard Places: Reading the Landscape of America's Historic Mining Districts, reviewed, 91:455–56

France, 69:25, 386, 70:21–25, 69, 71:127–28, 130, 317, 327, 373, 379, 381, 73:49, 51, 95:292, 302, 99:126, 127; and Abraham Lincoln, 109:202–3; and American Revolution, 105:582; and Benjamin Franklin, 105:270–73; and the Civil War, 107:187; and Cuba, 107:556; emigration to Carroll County, Ky., from, 108:343; French Revolution, 69:194; and the Greek revolution, 107:564–65; i (Jan.), 69:111, 191, 291; indemnity issue, 107:568; Jesuits in, 108:216, 221, 227, 229, 239; Jews in, 110:167; and La. Purchase, 100:334–36, 342–44; in the Louisiana Territory, 102:490; and the Magniadas Lincoln medal, 109:187–205; Mary Todd Lincoln in, 109:188, 201–2; and the Newfoundland fishery issue, 107:563; relations with U.S. in 19th century, 73:263–65, 270, 275–77; revolution of 1848, 107:572; royal mint of, 109:192; and the Russo-Turkish War, 107:566; settlements in America, 69:243–45, 247–48, 251, 261; and slavery, 107:193; and Vietnam, 102:316–18; during World War II, 110:72, 79–80; World War II in, 100:130; and the XYZ Affair, 70:27–29, 31, 33–34, 37, 39, 41–43, 48–49

Francesburg, Ky., 72:340



Franchising in America: The Development of a Business Method, 1840–1980, by Thomas S. Dicke: reviewed, 91:364–65

Francis, Edward: biography of, 101:457–60, 477–78; Civil War letters of, 101:399, 457–78, 458; family of, 101:460; name of, 101:461; promotion of, 101:466

Francis, Edy, 101:458

Francis, Joseph L., 101:463; Madison County, Ky., 101:458

Francis, Kitty, 101:468, 477

Francis, Liza: correspondence of, 101:460–77, 462–64; death, 101:478; family of, 101:462; name of, 101:461; wife of Edward Francis, 101:458

Francis, Louis, 101:458

Francis, Simpson, 101:468; 114th Infantry Regiment, U.S. Colored Troops, 101:473

Francis, Thomas, 101:458, 464, 468–69

Francis Blake: An Inventor's Life, 1850–1913, by Elton W. Hall: reviewed, 102:431–33

Francis family, Madison County, Ky., 101:459



Francis Preston Blair, by Elbert B. Smith: reviewed, 79:369–71

Francois, Samantha Yates: book review by, 104:192–94

Frank, Johann Peter, 76:161

Frank, Lewis, 81:65

Frank, Linda: book review by, 109:115–17

Frank, Lisa Tendrich: book review by, 101:346–48

Frank, Royal T., 98:75–76, 82

Frank Blair: Lincoln's Conservative, by William E. Parrish: reviewed, 96:405–7

Frankel, Jacob: Jewish chaplaincy issue during Civil War, 110:175

Frankel, Oz: States of Inquiry: Social Investigations and Print Culture in Nineteenth-Century Britain and the United States, reviewed, 105:724–25

Frankel, Robert: Observing America: The Commentary of British Visitors to the United States, 1890-1950, reviewed, 105:512–14



Frankfort (Ky.) Commonwealth, 69:123, 364

Frankfort, Bellepoint and Leestown Street Railway Company, 95:395

Frankfort, Ky., 68:239, 69:57, 101, 108, 143, 173, 191, 198, 202, 205, 210–11, 236, 274, 379, 391, i–ii, 70:5, 8, 17, 19, 41, 61, 66, 75, 82, 109, 114, 123, 126, 137, 225, 229, 277, 281, 307, 312–13, 315, 71:62, 81, 83, 162, 370, 383, 439, 72:202–3, 301, 306, 314, 321, 339, 355, 359, 361, 364, 374, 376, 381–82, 389, 73:10, 107, 124, 126–27, 217, 221, 223, 228, 235, 238, 300, 337, 367–69, 74:22, 26, 45, 56, 75:1, 18, 121–22, 139, 90:91, 104–6, 33132, 92:390, 93:268–69, 94:26, 64, 364–65, 374, 378, 95:238, 243–44, 246–47, 249, 251, 253, 264, 271, 276, 279–80, 282, 96:66, 243, 337, 98:244–45, 260, 269, 275, 99:11, 29, 57, 148, 158, 228–29, 244–45, 256–57, 287, 357, 359, 364, 374, 100:489, 101:284, 105:221, 229, 580–81, 106:384, 107:338; and Aaron Burr, 71:74–78; and abolitionism, 69:320–21, 327; and African American politics, 72:113, 122–27, 129; and Benjamin Rush Milam, 71:87–88; capital at, 104:213–14; capitol relocation issue, 104:249–83; city council of, 95:412; and civil rights, 109:354, 376–82, 379, 388, 392, 110:550; during Civil War, 88:148–62, 105:57, 658, 110:172, 375, 469; Confederate sentiment in, 107:211–12; dissertation on community near, 104:663; and education, 71:233, 236, 238, 242; Edward F. Prichard's law office in, 104:548; free African Americans in, 109:300; German POWs in, 100:143; and Greek independence, 72:145–46, 162, 164; history of, 101:22; illus., 103:464, 487, 490; inaugeration of Richard Hawes, 107:174–75; and Jefferson Davis, 107:206, 216; and the Kentucky River, 95:369–70, 373, 376, 378–79, 382; and the Ky. Equal Rights Amendment, 72:347–48, 352–53; and the Ky. Historical Society, 109:283; and Ky. History Center, 101:38; and Lafayette's visit, 73:390–92; and Liberty Hall, 69:313, 318; members of Ky. Regiment from, 105:572, 594, 599; memoir of growing up in, 103:465–91; during Mexican War, 105:578, 106:15; Mormons in, 105:230; one hundred and tenth anniversary, 101:16; Phil Ardery's law office in, 104:508; Police Department, 95:411; reaction to capture of Fort Donelson, 103:630; Red Cross: illus., 100:177; road to from Louisville, Ky., 107:34; rumor of slave plot in, 110:319; and school desegregation, 109:341–42; school system of, 99:224, 104:421; and the secession crisis, 72:26, 94–95, 104, 110; state emancipation convention of 1849 in, 74:199–200, 203; telegraphic communication during Civil War, 108:29, 31–32, 57; and Theodore O'Hara, 105:574–75; Thomas D. Clark Center for Kentucky History at, 107:142; transportation in, 95:395–425; Twenty-second Kentucky Union Infantry Regiment soldiers from, 105:658, 106:660; visited by Adlai E. Stevenson, 75:113–15; visited by Heinrich Lemcke, 75:225; visited by Zachary Taylor, 75:319; Whig convention in, 106:9; whiskeys made in, 103:478; during World War II, 100:174, 177

Frankfort Academy (Frankfort, Ky.), 105:595



Frankfort American Republic, 70:114

Frankfort and Suburban Railroad, 95:399



Frankfort Argus of Western America, 78:129, 82:216, 94:130

Frankfort Avenue (Louisville, Ky.), 107:33

Frankfort Bus & Truck Line, 95:413

Frankfort Cemetery (Frankfort, Ky.), 70:123, 95:280, 103:489; burial of Henry Clay Jr. in, 106:39–42; Civil War monument, 102:396; illus., 102:510, 105:603; Mexican War monument of, illus., 106:41; Solomon Sharp grave in, 104:89

"Frankfort Cemetery . . . A Walk Through History," 72:85–87

Frankfort Commonwealth, 70:3, 6, 12, 71:10, 32, 39, 44, 72:368–69, 371, 380, 73:125, 76:200, 80:307, 96:310, 101:7, 106:455, 493, 592, 597; on concealed weapons, 81:137, 91:379; and John Brown, 105:658; on reaction to Harpers Ferry, 110:307–8; on volunteers for Mexican War, 95:238

Frankfort Constitutional Convention: (1933), 73:389

Frankfort Country Club (Frankfort, Ky.), 99:268, 104:576

Frankfort Courier, 75:38, 48

Frankfort Daily Kentucky Yeoman, 84:345–46

Frankfort Emancipation Convention, 73:224, 227, 235, 238



Frankfort Evening Journal: capitol relocation issue, 104:270

Frankfort High School (Frankfort, Ky.), 99:35

Frankfort Independent School District: public school education in, 109:46

Frankfort Kentucky Commonwealth: on Matt Ward trial, 84:123

Frankfort Kentucky Yeoman, 71:35, 44

Frankfort Modes Glass Works (Frankfort, Ky.), 103:475



Frankfort Palladium, 70:316, 75:186, 76:99, 101, 105–6

Frankfort Rifle Company, 73:391

Frankfort Road (Franklin County, Ky.), 69:198

"Frankfort's Streetcars and Interurbans: The Bluegrass Route," by Charles H. Bogart, 95:395–425



Frankfort State-Journal, 99:35; on Kentucky State College, 88:330

Frankfort Tri-Weekly Commonwealth, 79:15, 99:347; Emancipation Proclamation, 106:586–87

Frankfort Weekly Yeoman: compensated emancipation, 106:580–81

Frankfort Yeoman, 72:102, 133, 75:6, 9, 11–14, 99:351, 352, 360; on concealed weapons, 91:379; Confederate sentiment in, 107:211

Frankfurter, Felix, 70:128, 133, 74:237, 77:33, 35, 38, 42–43, 104:492, 500, 502, 506–7; concern for Jews of Germany, 104:460–61; and the "court-packing" bill, 104:436–37; and Edward F. Prichard Jr., 109:50; intellectual influence of, 104:432–34; and the LaFollette Committee, 104:439–40; memorable Supreme Court cases of, 104:476–79; at Oxford University, 104:460; position at Harvard Law School, 104:433–34; relationship with Edward F. Prichard, 104:398, 426, 428–36, 451, 455–81, 539; relationship with Philip Graham, 104:437–39; relationship with Supreme Court justices, 104:435–37, 464–71, 477–79; U.S. Supreme Court tenure of, 104:455–79

Frankfurter, Marion, 104:459, 474

Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, 99:356



Frank Leslie's Illustrated Weekly: on Don Carlos Buell, 96:327

Franklin (Ky.) Little Patriot, 85:228

Franklin (Ky.) Patriot, 100:7–8

Franklin, Benjamin, 72;424, 68:21, 69:233, 71:138, 72:60, 403, 73:265–66, 74:70, 76:113, 83:204, 100:424, 101:277, 102:513; historiographical essay, 105:247–75

Franklin, Deborah, 105:254, 260

Franklin, Douglas A.: book note by, 85:101; book review by, 85:379–81; "The Politician as Diplomat: Kentucky's John Sherman Cooper in India, 1955–1956," 82:28–59

Franklin, Francis, 105:254

Franklin, James, 76:163, 105:260, 262

Franklin, Jim, 90:104–5

Franklin, John Hope, 89:340, 90:340, 91:66, 75, 101:98, 109:285–86; and Loren Schweninger, Runaway Slaves: Rebels on the Plantation, reviewed, 98:114–17; Race and History: Selected Essays, 1938–1988, reviewed, 89:110–12; and school desegregation in Ky., 109:346

Franklin, Ky., 69:340, 70:206, 72:352; during World War II, 100:168, 170–72, 176–78, 194–95

Franklin, Robert, 98:97

Franklin, Sally, 105:260

Franklin, Sarah: See Bache, Sarah

Franklin, Temple, 105:255, 260

Franklin, Tenn., 74:108, 97:177; battle of, 110:440; Confederate memorial cemetery in, 109:64–65; telegraphic communication during Civil War, 108:45–46

Franklin, Wayne: James Fenimore Cooper: The Early Years, reviewed, 105:694–96

Franklin, William, 105:254, 256–57, 260

Franklin Circuit Court: and public school reform, 109:35, 46, 59–60

Franklin County, Ky., 69:101, 70:126, 71:112, 236–37, 74:240, 75:121, 90:338, 104:579; free African Americans in, 109:300; members of Ky. Regiment from, 105:588

Franklin County, Ohio, 94:289

Franklin County, Pa., 106:496

Franklin County Circuit Court (Ky.), 99:239, 102:10

Franklin District Court (Franklin County, Ky.), 69:201



Franklin D. Roosevelt and Foreign Affairs, by Edgar B. Nixon: reviewed, 68:88–90

Franklin D. Roosevelt: Launching the New Deal, by Frank Freidel: reviewed, 72:412–13

Franklin D. Roosevelt's Rhetorical Presidency, by Halford R. Ryan: reviewed, 87:81–82

Franklin Favorite: illus., 100:192

Franklin of Philadelphia, by Esmond Wright, 105:250

Franklin on Franklin, by Paul M. Zall: reviewed, 100:363–65

Franklin Roosevelt and American Foreign Policy, 1932–1945, by Robert Dallek: reviewed, 78:381–83

Franklin Roosevelt's Foreign Policy and the Welles Mission, by J. Simon Rofe: reviewed, 105:545–46

Franklin Tercentenary Commission, 105:264; exhibition of, 105:248

Franklinton, Ohio, 105:206

Franklinville, Ky., 70:319



Frank L. McVey and the University of Kentucky: A Progressive President and the Modernization of a Southern University, by Eric A. Moyen: reviewed, 109:207–9

"Frank Merriwell" dime novels, by Gilbert Patten, 93:139

Franks, Kenny A.: book reviews by, 71:325, 72:295–97, 74:344–45, 75:66–67, 252–53, 339–40

Franks, Tom: and George A. Ellsworth, 108:53–54

Frankum, Ronald B. Jr.: book review by, 100:417–18; Like Rolling Thunder: The Air War in Vietnam, 1964–1975, reviewed, 103:603–4

Frantz, Joe B.: Thomas D. Clark letters to, 103:312

Franz, John, 73:179, 182, 190–91

Franzino, Jean: book review by, 108:428–30

Frascina, Francis: book review by, 105:735–37

Fraser, George MacDonald: Hollywood History of the World: From One Million Years B. C. to Apocalypse Now, reviewed, 88:108–10

Fraser, Kathryn M.: "Fort Jefferson: George Rogers Clark's Fort at the Mouth of the Ohio River, 1780–1781," 81:1–24

Fraser, Lottie: and tobacco farming, 108:326, 338–39, 342

Fraser, Narvina Lee, 86:40

Fraser, Walter J.: Charleston! Charleston! The History of a Southern City, reviewed, 88:466–67; and R. Frank Saunders Jr., and Jon L. Wakelyn, eds., The Web of Southern Social Relations: Women, Family, and Education, reviewed, 84:319–20

Frasure, G. W., 71:305

Fraternity of Arms, A: America and France in the Great War, by Robert B. Bruce: reviewed, 101:371–73

Frattini, ——: Italian POW, 105:436



Fraud of the Century: Rutherford B. Hayes, Samuel Tilden, and the Stolen Election of 1876, by Roy Morris Jr.: reviewed, 101:156–58

Fraysse, Olivier: Lincoln, Land, and Labor, 1809–1860, reviewed, 93:221–22

Frazer, Gregg L.: book review by, 103:554–55

Frazer, John W., 97:275, 285

Frazer, Lynn, 107:408

Frazer, Oliver, 71:332; portrait of Henry Clay Jr., illus., 106:7

Frazer, William: and John J. Guthrie Jr., Florida Land Boom: Speculation, Money and the Banks, noted, 94:350–51

Frazers' Creek (Ky.), 68:111

Frazier, E. Franklin, 76:158, 97:318–19

Frazier, Emery L., 69:90

Frazier, Mary, 84:257

Freamster, Susan, 109:436

Freas, Larry, 99:217

Frecka, Kermit, 97:428, 429

Freda, James A., 102:54; illus., 102:57

Frederick (Md.) Herald: on Richard M. Johnson, 75:199–200

Frederick, Md., 110:435

Frederick, Olivia M.: book note by, 85:285

Frederick, Peter J.: Knights of the Golden Rule: The Intellectual as Christian Social Reformer in the 1890s, reviewed, 76:254–55

Frederick Douglass Elementary School (Lexington, Ky.), 101:247, 262; becomes an apartment complex, 101:264; illus., 101:246

Frederick Douglass: Race and the Rebirth of American Liberalism, by Peter C. Myers: reviewed, 106:260–61

Frederick Jackson Turner Award, 74:66



Frederick Jackson Turner: Strange Roads Going Down, by Allan G. Bogue: reviewed, 96:411–12

Fredericksburg, Texas: Burritt Hamilton Fee at, 105:650; climate of, 105:648

Fredericksburg, Va., 70:25, 71:394, 447, 72:20, 23, 73:319; battle of, 101:441, 108:206

Fredericksburg Campaign: Winter War on the Rappahannock, The, by Francis Augustin O'Reilly: reviewed, 100:531–33

Fredericksburg! Fredericksburg!, by George C. Rable: reviewed, 100:226–27

Frederickson, George M., 106:299, 496, 503, 518



Frederic Remington: A Biography, by Peggy and Harold Samuels: reviewed, 81:100–101

Frederic Remington and Turn-of-the-Century America, by Alexander Nemerov: reviewed, 94:447–49

Fredette, Allison: Kentucky Historical Society scholarly research fellow, 107:297



Fredricksburg Campaign: Decision on the Rappahannock, edited by Gary W. Gallagher: reviewed, 93:485–86

Fredricksen, John C.: compiler, Shield of Republic/Sword of Empire: A Bibliography of United States Military Affairs, 1783–1846, noted, 88:490–91

Fredrickson, George M., 103:535; Racism: A Short History, reviewed, 101:208–12

Fredriksen, John C.: ed., "Kentucky at the Thames, 1813: A Rediscovered Narrative," by William Greathouse, 83:93–107; Free Trade and Sailors' Rights: A Bibliography of the War of 1812, reviewed, 83:364

"Fred Vinson: Boyhood and Education in the Big Sandy Valley," by John Henry Hatcher, 72:243–61

"Fred Vinson: Horses and the Air Corps," by John Henry Hatcher, 71:139–53



Free at Last to Vote: The Alabama Origins of the 1965 Voting Rights Act, by Brian K. Landsberg: reviewed, 105:367–69

"Free Blacks of Boyle County, Kentucky, 1850–1860: A Research Note," by Richard C. Brown, 87:426–38

"Free-Democrats": See Free-Soil Party

Freedman's Bureau, 69:176

Freedmen and Southern Society Project (University of Maryland), 110:233–34

Freedmen's Aid Commission, 98:159

Freedmen's Aid Society (Paducah, Ky.), 110:510

Freedmen's Bank (Louisville, Ky.), 72:114, 121, 109:320

Freedmen's Bureau, 71:29–30, 36–38, 72:112–13, 123, 73:78, 79:38, 85:41, 86:63, 65–66, 91:406, 407–8, 412, 415, 105:389, 110:239, 571; creation of, 75:217, 219, 106:533; in the Jackson Purchase, 110:503–31; in Ky., 84:343–60; records of, 110:565–66; in South Carolina, 110:535

"Freedmen's Bureau in the Jackson Purchase Region of Kentucky, 1866-1868," by Patricia A. Hoskins, 110:503–31

Freedmen's Sanitary Commission, 91:414

Freedmen's Sanitary Commission (Paducah, Ky.), 110:510



Freedom & Justice: Four Decades of the Civil Rights Struggle As Seen by a Black Photographer of the Deep South, by Cecil J. Williams: noted, 94:221–22

Freedom: A Documentary History of Emancipation, 1861-1867, by Ira Berlin, 110:233–34

Freedom: A Documentary History of Emancipation, 1861–1867, Series 2: The Black Military Experience, edited by Ira Berlin: et al., reviewed, 82:96–97

Freedom: A Documentary History of Emancipation, 1861-1867, series 3, vol. 1, Land and Labor, edited by Steven Hahn, Steven F. Miller, and Susan E. O'Donovan: reviewed, 107:124–25

Freedom at Risk: The Kidnapping of Free Blacks in America, 1780–1865, by Carol Wilson: reviewed, 92:419–20

Freedom Bought with Blood, A: African American War Literature from the Civil War to World War II, by Jennifer C. James: reviewed, 106:118–20

Freedom by the Sword: The U.S. Colored Troops, 1862-1867, by William A. Dobak: reviewed, 110:217–19

Freedom for Themselves: North Carolina's Black Soldiers in the Civil War Era, by Richard M. Reid: reviewed, 106:102–3
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