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



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Animated Man, The: A Life of Walt Disney, by Michael Barrier: reviewed, 105:532–34

Annals and Scandals of Henderson County, Kentucky, The, 1775-1975, by Maralea Arnett: reviewed, 75:244–45

Annapolis, Md., 74:269

Ann Arbor, Mich., 68:30

Anne Royall's U.S.A., by Bessie Rowland James: reviewed, 71:204–7

Anness, Joe Riley, 86:254, 257, 264

Anniston, Ala., 74:294; during Civil War, 98:69–72, 76–77, 79–81, 84

Annotated Bibliography of Southern American English, by James B. McMillan and Michael B. Montgomery: reviewed, 88:236–37

Annual (Barret Manual Training High School): coverage of girls' basketball, 109:168

Annville Institute (Jackson County, Ky.), 95:77

"'A noble-minded, honest people, full of high patriotism': Traugott Bromme's Observations on Kentucky and Kentuckians," translated and introduced by Richard Bland, 94:59–66

"Another April," by Jesse Stuart, 75:261, 271



Another Such Victory: President Truman and the Cold War, 1945–1953, by Arnold A. Offner: reviewed, 100:410–12

Ansell, Martin R.: book review by, 95:108–9; Oil Baron of the Southwest: Edward L. Doheny and the Development of the Petroleum Industry in California and Mexico, reviewed, 96:106–8

Ansen, David, 92:405–6

Ansley, Fran, and Jon Shefner, eds.: Global Connections and Local Receptions: New Latino Immigration to the Southeastern United States, reviewed, 109:143–45

Anspach, F. R., 73:34, 56; eulogy of Henry Clay, 106:540, 564

Antal, Sandy: A Wampum Denied: Proctor's War of 1812: noted, 97:238



Antebellum Architecture of Kentucky, by Clay Lancaster: reviewed, 90:383–85

Antebellum Kanawha Salt Business & Western Markets, by John E. Stealey III: reviewed, 92:212–13

Antebellum Politics in Tennessee, by Paul H. Bergeron: reviewed, 81:442–43

Anthony, Allen: comp., Columbus, Ky., as the Nation's Capital: Legend or Near Reality?, reviewed, 93:213–14; "Kentucky Bend—The Lock That Had To Be Released," 77:108–11; River at the Door: Unusual Experiences in Isolated Areas, reviewed, 86:283–85; "Steamboat 'Round Kentucky Bend—A Golden Era," 77:25–29

Anthony, Carl Sferrazza: First Ladies: The Saga of the Presidents' Wives and Their Power, reviewed, 89:326–27; Florence Harding: The First Lady, the Jazz Age, and the Death of America's Most Scandalous President, reviewed, 96:412–16

Anthony, Howard: and POW laborers, 105:430

Anthony, Susan B., 73:386, 86:210, 214; centenary celebration, 72:361; and the Nineteenth Amendment, 93:6, 10, 14–18, 20, 22, 25, 29, 34–36; and women's suffrage, 72:357, 360

Anthony Wayne: Soldier of the Early Republic, by Paul David Nelson: reviewed, 84:320–23

Antietam, Md.: battle of, 73:319, 110:406



Antietam, South Mountain & Harpers Ferry: A Battlefield Guide, by Ethan S. Rafuse: reviewed, 106:277–79

Antietam, Va.: battle of, 77:6, 96:315, 345, 348, 97:282



Antietam: Essays on the 1862 Maryland Campaign, edited by Gary W. Gallagher: reviewed, 88:351

Antigua: and Robert Charles O'Hara Benjamin, 109:285



Antimasonic Party in the United States, 1826–1843, by William Preston Vaughn: reviewed, 81:443–44

Antioch College (Yellow Springs, Ohio), 97:46



Anti-Redeemers: Hill-Country Political Dissenters in the Lower South from Redemption to Populism, by Michael R. Hyman: reviewed, 89:418–19

Anti-Relief Party, 69:307

Anti-Saloon League of America, 92:181–82, 189

Anti-Saloon League of Kentucky, 75:34–35, 37–39, 49

Anti-Separate Coach Committee convention of, 98:251, 252

Anti-Separate Coach Movement: See Separate Coach Law

antislavery: and evangelicals, 102:13–38; immigration of antislavery activists from the South, 102:14; in the South, 102:20; varieties of, 102:20; See emancipation

Anti-Slavery Examiner, 68:138

Anti-Slavery League, 106:530



Antislavery Movement in Kentucky, The by Lowell H. Harrison: reviewed, 77:300–302

Antislavery Violence: Sectional, Racial, and Cultural Conflict in Antebellum America, edited by John R. McKivigan and Stanley Herrold: reviewed, 98:315–16

Antonia, La.: George A. Ellsworth in, 108:13

Antwerp, Belgium, 96:282

Antwerp, Howard Van, 93:146



Anxiety and Safety: Two Studies of the Kentucky Coal Miner, by George E. Dickinson and Stuart Seely Sprague: reviewed, 85:73–74

Anzilotti, Cara: book review by, 105:688–90

Anzio, Italy: World War II campaign of, 110:69, 74, 77

"A. O. Stanley and Progressive Reform, 1902–1919," by Nicholas C. Burckel, 79:136–61

Apnys, Anne: book review by, 104:340–41

Apocalypse Undone: My Survival of Japanese Imprisonment in World War II, by Preston John Hubbard: reviewed, 89:320–21

Apostle of Vengeance, 96:124

Apostol, Jane: "'The Fickel Godess Evades Me': The Gold Rush Letters of a Kentucky Gentleman," 79:99–121

Appalachia, 74:239, 78:336–37, 90:85–86, 98:367–68, 379–81, 383, 387; and the Appalachian Kentucky and the War on Poverty, special issue of the Register, 107:301–417; and Berea College, 110:33–66; black workers in, 100:301–2; and causes of poverty, 107:351–52; crafts of, 94:243; depictions of in film, 96:119–36; education in, 93:180–206; flooding in, 107:379–80; folktales, 104:656–57; guerrilla warfare in, 103:525–28; and the Hatfield-McCoy feud, 87:385–404; image in popular magazines, 91:176–202; and infrastructure development, 107:328; job proposals for, 107:389; John F. Kennedy's programs for, 107:378, 381; and Ky. history, 77:285–93; Ky. mountain names, 78:197–207; local political machines of, 107:384–85, 388; memory and oral history, 98:141–53; music in, 80:170–82; during the New Deal, 78:54–63; and the Oneida albums, 80:432–43; oral history and image of, 81:287–302; outmigration from, 83:123–39, 107:302, 340, 350; the pack horse library in, 95:57–77; racial violence in, 100:300–301; reflections of an historian of, 83:299–314; reform efforts in, 94:225–46; and Robert F. Kennedy, 107:305–6, 371–400; slavery in, 80:151–82; and the South, 100:300, 302; and the War on Poverty, 87:40–57, 107:301–417; women reformers in, 85:237–61

Appalachia, A Regional Geography: Land, People, and Development, by Karl B. Raitz and Richard Ulack with Thomas R. Lembach: reviewed, 84:214–15

Appalachia and America: Autonomy and Regional Dependence, edited by Allen Batteau: reviewed, 82:83–84

Appalachia Inside Out: A Sequel to Voices from the Hills, edited by Robert T. Higgs, Ambrose N. Manning, and Jim Wayne Miller: reviewed, 93:466–67

Appalachia in the Making: The Mountain South in the Nineteenth Century, edited by Mary Beth Pudup, Dwight B. Billings, and Altina L. Waller: reviewed, 94:300–302

Appalachia in the Sixties: edited by Davis S. Walls and John B. Stephenson, reviewed, 70:236–37

Appalachian Agreement (1933), 73:165, 170



Appalachian Folkways, by John B. Rehder: noted, 104:811

Appalachian Frontiers: Settlement, Society, and the Development in the Preindustrial Era, edited by Robert D. Mitchell: reviewed, 90:191–92

Appalachian Governors' Conference, 107:374

Appalachian Highlands Bill: proposed, 107:335

Appalachian Land Ownership Task Force: Who Owns Appalachia? Landownership and Its Impact, reviewed, 82:84–86



Appalachian Mental Health, edited by Susan Keefe: reviewed, 87:443–44

Appalachian Mountain Religion: A History, by Deborah Vansau McCauley: reviewed, 94:302–3

Appalachian Mountains, 69:66, 243, 70:167, 227, 236, 274, 71:382, 72:60, 73:166, 106:335, 107:4, 475, 109:7, 110:353



Appalachian New Deal: West Virginia in the Great Depression, by Jerry Bruce Thomas: reviewed, 97:228–30

Appalachian Oral History Project, 81:289



Appalachian Photographs of Earl Palmer, by Jean Haskell Speer: reviewed, 88:458–59

Appalachian Regional Commission (ARC), 107:383, 397; formation of, 107:336; and local political machines, 107:384–85



Appalachian Regional Commission: Twenty-Five Years of Government Policy, by Michael Bradshaw: reviewed, 91:212–13

Appalachian Regional Development Act (1965), 107:308, 335, 383



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

Appalachian State University (Boone, N. C.), 96:131

"Appalachian Thread in the Antipoverty Politics of Robert F. Kennedy, The," by Edward R. Schmitt, 107:305–6, 371–400

Appalachian Values, by Loyal Jones: reviewed, 93:96–97

Appalachian Volunteers (AVs), 87:44, 47–48, 50–53, 55, 57, 91:198, 107:336, 350, 388, 390–91, 394, 396; formation of, 107:380; programs of, 107:347–49, 352



Appalachia on Our Mind: The Southern Mountains and Mountaineers in the American Consciousness, 1870–1920, by Henry D. Shapiro: reviewed, 77:134–36

Appalachia's Path to Dependency: Rethinking a Region's Economic History, 1730–1940, by Paul Salstrom: reviewed, 93:92–93

Appalshop (Whitesburg, Ky.), 96:131–33, 135

Apperley, Charles James, 77:280

Apperson, Richard, 108:91

Appian Way (Italy): during World War II, 110:76

Apple, Charles C. ("Bud"): U.S. Marine Corps Reserve, 110:142

Apple, Lindsey, 110:478; book review by, 90:287–88; Cautious Rebel: A Biography of Susan Clay Sawitzky, reviewed, 96:196–98; and Frederick A. Johnston, and Ann Bolton Bevins, eds., Scott County, Kentucky: A History, reviewed, 92:310–11; "Poetry and Politics: The Kentucky Gazette In Verse," 82:115–35; "The Evolution of a Family: Gendered 'Spheres' and the Spanish-American War," 94:363–95

Applebaum, Diane Karter: The Glorious Fourth: An American Holiday, An American History, noted, 88:116

Appleby, Joyce, 104:106, 115; Relentless Revolution, The: A History of Capitalism, reviewed, 107:425–26; reputation of, 104:107; A Restless Past: History and the American Public, review essay, 104:101–4, 108–10

Appleby, Monica: and Helen M. Lewis, Mountain Sisters: From Convent to Community in Appalachia, reviewed, 101:497–99

Applegate, Darlene: and Robert C. Mainfort Jr., eds., Woodland Period Systematics in the Middle Ohio Valley, reviewed, 103:767–69

Appleman, Roy E.: Disaster in Korea: The Chinese Confront MacArthur, noted, 88:243; Lewis and Clark: Historic Places Associated with Their Transcontinental Exploration, reviewed, 74:342–44



Apples on the Flood: The Southern Mountain Experience, by Rodger Cunningham: reviewed, 87:62–63

Appleton, Thomas H. Jr., 80:80; "An Englishman's Perception of Antebellum Kentucky: The Journal of Thomas Smith Jr. of Lincolnshire," 79:57–62; appreciation of, 98:138, 240; book notes by, 78:296, 385–86, 79:96–97, 302–3, 80:116, 480, 81:112–14, 236, 461, 82:109–10, 208, 319, 83:386–87, 84:105, 239, 455, 85:99–100, 101, 285, 288, 86:102, 311–12, 87:197, 88:118–19, 238, 369–70, 89:118, 435, 90:220–22, 319–20, 91:121–23, 241–43, 245, 369, 92:236–37, 344–45, 93:383, 511–12, 94:113–14, 215–16, 343–44, 347, 95:461, 97:242, 98:134–36, 100:270; book reviews by, 74:253–55, 77:139–40; and John David Smith, eds., A Mythic Land Apart: Reassessing Southerners and Their History, reviewed, 95:441–43; and Melba Porter Hay, and Dianne Wells, eds., Roadside History: A Guide to Kentucky Highway Markers, reviewed, 100:204–5; "Prohibition and Politics in Kentucky: The Gubernatorial Campaign and Election of 1915," 75:28–54; Register editor, 101:2, 43; valedictory, 97:480

Appomattox, Va., 71:316, 345, 73:319, 81:313, 101:477, 105:388, 106:378, 109:70, 110:435, 448, 459, 462, 477; Robert E. Lee's surrender at, 106:604; U.S. Colored Troops at, 101:458, 468

Appy, Christian G.: Working-Class War: American Combat Soldiers and Vietnam, reviewed, 91:362–64

Aptheker, Herbert, 77:37; Nat Turner's Slave Rebellion, 70:150

Apynys, Anne: book review by, 106:134–35

Aquinas, Thomas, 72:193

Aquino, Jesse, 73:159, 160

Arago, Francois, 78:215

Arapaho Indians, 95:233

Ararat (Jefferson County, Ky.), 102:357

Arbacoochee, Ala., 74:295

Arbuckle, Robert D.: "Ohiopiomingo: The 'Mythical' Kentucky Settlement That Was Not a Myth," 70:318–24

Arcadian movement: in Louisville, Ky., 107:57–58, 60–61, 78

Arcadia School (Paducah, Ky.): during 1937 flood, 102:193

Arch (Union ship), 69:29

Arch, Stephen Carl: After Franklin: The Emergence of Autobiography in Post-Revolutionary America, 1780–1830, reviewed, 100:365–66

archaeology: at Locust Grove, 96:167–91

Archaic period: Ky. during, 90:7



Archaic Traditions in Ohio and Kentucky Prehistory, edited by Olaf H. Prufer, Sara E. Pedde, and Richard S. Mendl: reviewed, 100:349–50

Archer, Branch T., 71:6, 11, 99–100

Archer, Michael: Patch of Ground, A: Khe Sanh Remembered, reviewed, 102:449–52

Archibald Grimke: Portrait of a Black Independent, by Dickson D. Bruce Jr.: reviewed, 92:222–24

Architects to the Nation: The Rise and Decline of the Supervising Architect's Office, by Antoinette J. Lee: reviewed, 99:185–87

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

architecture: church styles in Lexington, Ky., 106:193, 214, 221–22; in Ky., article about, 103:493–515



Architecture of Madness, The: Insane Asylums in the United States, by Carla Yanni: reviewed, 105:700–701

Archives of Environmental Health: vinyl chloride article in, 102:167

Archives of Memory: A Soldier Recalls World War II, by Alice M. and Howard S. Hoffman: noted, 89:333–34

Arcola (horse), 100:482

Ardennes: during World War II, 110:80

Ardery, Julia S.: The Temptation: Edgar Tolson and the Genesis of Twentieth-Century Folk Art, reviewed, 96:391–94; Welcome the Traveler Home: Jim Garland's Story of the Kentucky Mountains, reviewed, 82:181–83

Ardery, Julia Spencer: Kentucky Court and Other Records, vol. 2, reviewed, 71:112

Ardery, Mrs. W. B., 104:535

Ardery, Philip P., 104:409; 1946 Democratic senatorial primary, 104:511–12, 531–32; "Barton Stone and the Drama of Cane Ridge," 85:308–21; Bomber Pilot: A Memoir of World War II, reviewed, 78:88–90; book notes by, 87:92–93, 92:445; book reviews by, 84:337–38, 88:111–12, 89:114–15, 401–2, 92:204–6; and Edward F. Prichard, 104:507–9, 516, 534–36, 538, 541

Ardery, W. B., 71:112, 104:545; and Edward F. Prichard's conviction for ballot-stuffing, 104:529, 534–38, 541; judicial race, 104:531–32; political campaign of, 104:415–17

Area Redevelopment Act (1961), 107:335

Argentina: U.S. trade convention with, 107:555

Argersinger, Peter H.: Populism and Politics: William Alfred Peffer and the People's Party, reviewed, 73:326–28

Argillite, Ky., 68:229

Argonne, France: battlefields of, 73:395

Argus of Western America (Frankfort, Ky.), 68:239, 69:308–10, 71:10, 72:146–47, 164, 339, 77:98, 78:129, 100:39, 440; on banking, 77:101–2; state capital at Frankfort, Ky., 104:255

Ariel Academy (Camp Nelson, Ky.), 105:621; Howard Samuel Fee at, 105:630–32, 634

Arista, Mariano: during Mexican War, 106:27

Aristocratic Journey, by Mrs. Basil Hall, 90:30

Aristocrats of Color: The Black Elite, 1880–1920, by Willard B. Gatewood, 102:210; reviewed, 89:416–17

Arizona, 72:346, 99:39

Arizona Cross-Cut Canal: POW escape, 105:443

Arizona State Department of Public Instruction: and the National Advisory Commission on Rural Poverty, 107:361

Arkansas, 69:5, 7, 256, 70:195, 197, 71:65, 67, 94, 107, 323, 72:264, 94:286–87, 95:5, 98:241, 99:250, 100:144, 200; African American legislators in, 110:534, 536; civil rights protests in, 109:352; during Civil War, 101:449, 105:660, 664, 672, 110:420–21; foxhunting in, 69:389; guerrilla warfare in, 103:537; Ky. Regiment veterans in, 105:614; moonlight schools in, 74:19; NAACP in, 109:362; Presbyterians in, 68:300; public school education in, 109:49; Robert Charles O'Hara Benjamin in, 109:285; and secession, 101:412–13, 417; slave population of, 106:434; state ranking in education, 105:41

Arkansas Post, 69:102, 387

Arkansas Post, Ark.: battle of and Twenty-second Kentucky Union Infantry Regiment, 105:660, 664, 672

Arkansas River (Ark.), 69:243–44, 71:128, 324, 73:298

Arlington Avenue Baptist Church (Indianapolis, Ind.), 94:286

Arlington school district (Lexington, Ky.), 101:260

Armagh, Northern Ireland, 105:404

Armbruster's Brewery (Louisville, Ky.), 69:159

Armco Employees Mutual Association (Ashland, Ky.), 97:407–8, 411, 419, 421, 424–25, 430–32, 436–37, 441–42

Armco Park (Ashland, Ky.), 97:410–12, 414, 416–17, 419, 429, 434, 439–41, 443

Armco Steel (Middletown,Ohio), 94:271



Armed with Cameras: The American Military Photographers of World War II, by Peter Maslowski: reviewed, 92:225–27

Armenians: in Virginia, 102:218



Arming America: The Origins of a National Gun Culture, by Michael A. Bellesiles: reviewed, 99:303–5

Arming the Free World: The Origins of the United States Military Assistance Program, 1945–1950, by Chester J. Pach Jr.: reviewed, 90:314–16

Arminianism: and Ky. Baptists, 110:5, 11–12

Armour, Samuel G., 68:341

Arms, Mrs. W. C., 87:29



Arms and Men, by Walter Millis, 99:141

Arms for Empire: A Military History of the British Colonies in North America, 1607–1763, by Douglas Edward Leach: reviewed, 72:59–61

Arms Transfers Under Nixon: A Policy Analysis, by Lewis Sorley: noted, 82:112

Armstrong, ——, 72:76

Armstrong, Amanda Allen, 73:428

Armstrong, Charles Quirey, 73:428

Armstrong, David: 1987 gubernatorial primary, 102:73

Armstrong, Edwin Howard, 90:60

Armstrong, Ellena, 90:104

Armstrong, Frank Crawford, 74:290, 292

Armstrong, James, 69:246

Armstrong, John, 105:224; Fort Meigs, defense of, 104:12–15, 21; and William Henry Harrison, 104:10–13, 105:222

Armstrong, Louis: in Lexington, Ky., 109:369

Armstrong, Marion V.: Unfurl Those Colors! McClellan, Sumner, and the Second Army Corps in the Antietam Campaign, reviewed, 106:108–10

Armstrong, Norris, 93:146

Armstrong, Raleigh, 98:87

Armstrong, William H.: The Education of Abraham Lincoln, reviewed, 73:425–26; Major McKinley: William McKinley and the Civil War, reviewed, 98:319–21

Army and Navy Journal, 104:59–60

Army and the Joint Chiefs of Staff: Evolution of Army Ideas on the Command, Control, and Coordination of the U.S. Armed Forces, 1942–1985, by Edgar F. Raines Jr., and David R. Campbell: noted, 85:393–94

Army Corps of Engineers, 88:191–92, 197, 201, 203–4, 94:396; and flood-control projects in Appalachia, 107:328–35



Army Generals and Reconstruction: Louisiana, 1862–1877, by Joseph G. Dawson III, 93:83; noted, 93:383; reviewed, 81:322–23

Army Historical Foundation: Distinguished Writing Award, 105:2

Army of Central Kentucky, 110:457

Army of Manifest Destiny: The American Soldier in the Mexican War, 1846–1848, by James M. McCaffrey: reviewed, 91:219–20

Army of Northern Virginia, 77:1, 94:149, 101:444, 103:535, 107:182

Army of Tennessee, 69:102, 355, 72:305, 75:131, 136, 138, 77:2, 93:270, 274, 94:152, 159, 162, 165–66, 170, 99:358, 101:453; Jefferson Davis's failure with, 101:451–52; Ky. troops with, 103:630; praise for, 103:657; and the Vicksburg campaign, 103:644

Army of the Cumberland, 69:359, 70:200, 207, 210–11, 71:183–84, 437, 72:25, 29, 34–35, 37, 73:396, 412, 74:281, 93:292, 107:531, 540, 108:46

Army of the James, 69:121

Army of the Mississippi, 73:86, 97:252, 254, 257, 262, 275, 277, 284

Army of the Ohio, 69:102, 75:81, 96:320, 324, 327, 330, 335, 337, 340, 342, 344–45, 348

Army of the Potomac, 71:316, 72:405, 96:335; and John S. Rarey, 108:206–7

Army of West Tennessee, 70:178

Army Public Relations Office, 105:432



Army Regulars on the Western Frontier, 1848–1861, by Durwood Ball: reviewed, 99:413–16

Army Service Forces: and World War II POW camps, 105:419–20, 424, 427

Army Specialized Training Program (ASTP), 96:273–74, 277–78, 292; at University of Alabama, 101:307–8

Arnaud, Charles de, 70:264, 266

Arndt, Karl J. R.: ed., A Documentary History of the Indiana Decade of the Harmony Society, vol. 1, 1814–1824. reviewed, 74:65–66; ed., A Documentary History of the Indiana Decade of the Harmony Society, vol. 2, 1820-24, reviewed, 77:145–46

Arndt, Richard T.: First Resort of Kings, The: American Cultural Diplomacy in the Twentieth Century, reviewed, 107:619–21

Arnett, Benjamin W., 110:541

Arnett, Edward G., 98:241, 259

Arnett, Farish, 98:92

Arnett, Larry L., 97:90; Call to Arms: A Collection of Fascinating Stories, Events, Personalities, and Facts about Kentucky's Military History, noted, 94:451

Arnett, Maralea: The Annals and Scandals of Henderson County, Kentucky, 1775–1975, reviewed, 75:244–45

Arnett, Meda, 94:266



Arn'n't I a Woman? Female Slaves in the Plantation South, by Deborah Gray White: reviewed, 85:84–85

Arnold, ——, 69:389

Arnold, Benedict, 72:80, 78:107, 110:415

Arnold, Eddy, 80:175, 93:287

Arnold, George F.: book review by, 93:120–21

Arnold, Isaac N., 75:204, 97:444; The Life of Abraham Lincoln, noted, 94:108–9

Arnold, Peri E.: Remaking the Presidency: Roosevelt, Taft, and Wilson, 1901-1916, reviewed, 107:286–87

Arnold, Scott: book review by, 100:204–5

Arnold, Thomas F., 100:138

Arnold, W. E., 74:117

Arnow, Harriette Simpson, 68:289, 90:64, 96:129, 136; book reviewed by Thomas D. Clark, 103:275; The Doll-Maker, 83:124; The Dollmaker, noted, 85:286; Flowering of the Cumberland, noted, 83:89; Old Burnside, noted, 94:346; Old Burnside, reviewed, 77:215–16; Seedtime on the Cumberland, noted, 82:318, 94:456–57; Thomas D. Clark correspondence with, 103:272–75

Arnow, Jan: By Southern Hands, noted, 86:313

Aron, Cindy S.: Working at Play: A History of Vacations in the United States, reviewed, 98:131–33

Aron, Stephen, 91:326, 92:239, 257, 95:339, 97:85, 100:34, 36, 474, 504, 102:23, 103:499, 741, 110:232; American Confluence: The Missouri Frontier from Borderland to Border State, reviewed, 104:309–11; book reviews by, 86:71–72, 89:307–8, 91:338–39, 420–21, 93:343–44, 94:67–68, 95:181–82, 107:577–78; on early Ky., 105:49–50, 202–3; How the West Was Lost: The Transformation of Kentucky from Daniel Boone to Henry Clay, reviewed, 94:422–23; "Review Essay: Renewing the History of Kentucky," 96:307–14; "The Legacy of Daniel Boone: Three Generations of Boones and the History of Indian-White Relations," 95:219–35; "The Significance of the Kentucky Frontier," 91:298–323



Around Muhlenberg County, Kentucky: A Black History, by Leslie Shively Smith: reviewed, 78:264–66

Arrasmith, William Strudwick, 81:157

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