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



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Hamilton, William B.: Thomas D. Clark letter to, 103:222–23

Hamilton, W. J., 98:161–62, 167

Hamilton College, 68:198, 212

Hamilton College (Lexington, Ky.), 71:198

Hamilton County, Ohio, 69:130, 94:289; members of Ky. Regiment from, 105:572

Hamilton County, Virginia: member of Ky. Regiment from, 105:595

Hamilton Guards, 94:138, 152, 171

Hamilton Literary and Theological Seminary (N.Y.), 70:100

Hamke, Lorethea, 86:351

Hamlet, Officer—, 109:323

Hamletsburg, Ill., 69:269

Hamlett, Barksdale, 71:237, 82:223; dedication of Knapp Hall, Berea College, 110:46; and the Kentucky Illiteracy Commission, 74:21

Hamlin, Albert Comstock: political career of, 110:553–54

Hamlin, Hannibal, 73:378

Hamm, Richard F.: book review by, 88:110–11; Shaping the Eighteenth Amendment: Temperance Reform, Legal Culture, and the Polity, 1880–1920, reviewed, 93:494–95

Hamm, Willie, 98:57

Hammack, James W. Jr., 104:627; book reviews by, 73:314–16, 75:141–42; Kentucky and the Second American Revolution: The War of 1812, reviewed, 75:236–38; oral history at Murray State University, 104:629

Hamman, Phillip, 92:146

Hammon, John, 69:200

Hammon, Neal: "Historical Lawsuits of the Eighteenth Century— Locating "The Stamping Ground," 69:197–215

Hammon, Neal O., 85:103; "Captain Harrod's Company, 1774: A Reappraisal," 72:224–42; Daniel Boone and the Defeat at Blue Licks, noted, 108:168; Early Kentucky Land Records, 1773–1780, reviewed, 92:80–81; "Early Roads Into Kentucky," 68:91–131; ed., My Father, Daniel Boone: The Draper Interviews with Nathan Boone, reviewed, 98:299–301; and James Russell Harris, "Daniel Boone the Surveyor: Old Images and New Realities," 102:535–66; and James Russell Harris, eds., "'In a dangerous situation': Letters of Col. John Floyd, 1774–1783," 83:202–36; "Land Acquisition on the Kentucky Frontier," 78:297–321; and Richard Taylor, Virginia's Western War, 1775–1786, reviewed, 101:322–24; "Settlers, Land Jobbers, and Outlyers: A Quantitative Analysis of Land Acquisition on the Kentucky Frontier," 84:241–62; "The Fincastle Surveyors in the Bluegrass, 1774," 70:277–94

Hammon, Stratton: The Saga of John Hammon, Revolutionary War Hero and Owen County, Kentucky Pioneer, noted, 78:296; "'Send A Boat': Images of Louisville's 1937 Flood," 81:154–67

Hammon, Terrants, 68:124

Hammond, ——, 69:56

Hammond, Charles, 94:361

Hammond, Christopher, 80:392–94, 400, 404

Hammond, George, 84:1, 92:76

Hammond, George H., 76:324

Hammond, Jerry, 99:233

Hammond, Joshua, 80:394

Hammond, Lily H., 89:125

Hammond, Phillip: See Hamman, Phillip

Hammond Creek (Lyon County, Ky.), 80:393

Hammond family, 69:287

Hammonds, Chealis, 83:136



Hammonds of Redcliffe, edited by Carol Bleser: noted, 81:342

Hammons, Mrs. ——, 68:122

Hamon, J. Hill: and Ash Gobar, A Lamp in the Forest: Natural Philosophy in Transylvania University, 1799–1859, reviewed, 82:391–92

Hampden-Sydney College (Va.): James Blythe at, 102:19–20

Hampton, Ambrose, 95:276–77

Hampton, Lionel, 101:4

Hampton, Wade, 100:479, 101:429, 110:568, 572

Hampton College (Hampton, Va.), 109:334

Hampton College for Women (Louisville, Ky.), 106:56, 67

Hampton Institute (Va.), 93:174–75, 99:373

Hampton Roads Conference (1865), 107:196

Ham Radio's Technical Culture, by Kristen Haring: reviewed, 105:742–44

Hanberry, John T., 82:242–44, 248

Hanchett, Tom: book review by, 100:400–401

Hanchett, William: The Lincoln Murder Conspiracies, reviewed, 82:305–6

Hancock (Hancok), John, 83:15

Hancock, Elizabeth Croghan, 96:172

Hancock, George, 96:172

Hancock, Stephen, 83:18

Hancock, William, 83:6, 15–17; and Daniel Boone, 102:494–95; political campaign of, 108:366

Hancock, Winfield Scott, 72:405, 73:85, 103:540

Hancock County, Ga., 73:207

Hancock County, Ill., 105:245–46; Mormons in, 105:230, 234–35, 240

Hancock County, Ky., 90:324; Federal occupation of, 110:335; i (Jan.)

Hancock County, Tenn., 71:297; Melungeon settlement, 102:211, 219–20

Hancock Street (Louisville, Ky.), 109:301

Hand, Edward, 71:461

Hand, Sam: University of Vermont, 104:646

Handbook of Oral History, by Charles T. Morrissey, 104:609

Handbook of Oral History, edited by Thomas L. Charlton, Lois E. Myers, and Rebecca Sharpless: review essay by Tracy E. K'Meyer, 104:685–98

Handbook of the American Frontier. Four Centuries of Indian-White Relationships, vol. 1, The Southeastern Woodlands, by J. Norman Heard: noted, 86:313–14

Handbook on German Military Forces, by U.S. War Department: noted, 90:223

Hand Carved (film), 96:132

Handeford, Thomas, 89:21

Handeley, John, 89:12

Handlin, Lilian: and Oscar Handlin, Liberty in America, 1600 to the Present, vol. 1, Liberty and Power, 1600–1760, reviewed, 85:170–71

Handlin, Oscar, 73:88, 200, 326; and Lilian Handlin, Liberty in America, 1600 to the Present, vol. 1, Liberty and Power, 1600–1760, reviewed, 85:170–71; and Lillian Handlin, A Restless People: Americans in Rebellion, 1770–1787, reviewed, 81:85–86; Thomas D. Clark letters to, 103:275–76; Truth in History, reviewed, 79:376–78

Handsome Lake (Seneca chief), 82:340



Hands on the Freedom Plow: Personal Accounts by Woman in SNCC, edited by Faith Holsaert, Martha Prescod, Norman Noonan, Judy Richardson, Betty Garman Robinson, Jean Smith Young, and Dorothy Zellner: reviewed, 109:138–41

Handy, W. C., 98:401

Haney, Gretchen M.: book notes by, 84:103, 340, 85:283–84, 86:312–13, 87:193, 194, 88:116, 369, 89:119–20

Hanger, William Arnold, 77:281–82



Hang for Treason, by Robert Newton Peck: reviewed, 75:60–61

Hanging Fork (Ky.), 68:123, 127–28

Hanging Fork Creek (Ky.), 72:240

Hankinson, Captain ——, 69:207

Hanks, Barbara, 92:132

Hanks, Dennis, 71:189, 74:88, 106:364, 367; on Abraham Lincoln as a child, 106:328–29; Lincoln family and slavery, 106:316; slavery in Hardin County, Ky., 106:351

Hanks, Elijah, 88:147

Hanks, Elizabeth Johnston, 106:364

Hanks, Elizabeth (Wyatt), 92:131, 132

Hanks, Harriett, 106:364

Hanks, John, 106:364; and Denton Offutt, 108:179, 181; travels of, 92:131–48

Hanks, Joseph, 106:363

Hanks, Lucy, 97:132

Hanks, Nancy, 71:189, 90:54, 92:132, 97:132

Hanks, Peter (father), 92:131, 137

Hanks, Peter (son), 92:131, 132

Hanks, William, 92:131–32, 140

Hanley, J. Frank, 76:247–48

Hanly, Rebecca S.: book note by, 96:117–18; "Emma Guy Cromwell and Mary Elliott Flannery: Pioneers for Women in Kentucky Politics," 99:287–301

Hanly, Ruth: candy business, 103:482–83

Hanna, Jack, 76:109

Hanna, Mark, 105:472

Hannaford, Samuel (Cincinnati, Ohio): architectural firm, 74:37

Hannah, Craig C.: Striving for Air Superiority: The Tactical Air Command in Vietnam, reviewed, 99:435–37

Hannah, John, 84:74

Hannah family, 68:225

Hannegan, Bob, 104:494, 507

Hannibal: Civil War hospital ship, 79:26, 97:173

Hannibal, Mo., 68:346

Hannon, Charles: Faulkner and the Discourses of Culture, reviewed, 103:610–11

Hannum, Alberta, 98:378

Hanoi, Vietnam, 95:285–87, 289–91, 294, 301, 97:323; and the Vietnam War, 110:161

Hanover, Ind., 93:291

Hanover, Mass., 69:42

Hanover College (Hanover, Ind.), 68:292

Hanover College (Ind.): and James Blythe, 102:36–38

Hanover County, Va.: revivalism in, 106:170–72, 174–76

Hanover Presbytery (Hanover, Va.), 80:267–68; David Rice's ministry in, 106:176–77

Hansard, Mary A.: Old Time Tazewell, reviewed, 78:272–73

Hanseatic Republics: U.S. commercial treaty with, 107:560

Hansel, Charles: and civil rights protests in Richmond, Ky., 109:385

Hansen, Jonathan M.: Lost Promise of Patriotism, The: Debating American Identity, 1890–1920, reviewed, 102:250–51

Hansen, Marcus L., 80:253–54, 256, 258–59, 265, 85:103

Hanses, Alfred, 86:130

Hansfield, Lord ——, 88:11

Hanson, Bert, 98:18–19

Hanson, Charles, 107:530, 532, 108:71, 74

Hanson, John G., 69:334–35; family of, 69:336

Hanson, Joyce A.: book review by, 105:514–15; Mary McLeod Bethune and Black Women's Political Activism, reviewed, 101:368–70

Hanson, Neil: Unknown Soldiers: The Story of the Missing of the First World War, reviewed, 104:748–49

Hanson, Richard H., 75:220, 93:392, 110:310

Hanson, Roger W., 79:130, 93:261, 94:141, 143, 145–46, 152, 156, 172, 97:179, 181–82, 110:454; death of, 107:530

Hanson, Thomas, 70:279, 282, 286, 289, 293, 72:230; journal of, 72:226, 233–34, 241

Hansot, Elisabeth, 93:307–9

Hanssen, Susan: book review by, 105:512–14

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

"Happy Chandler," by Charles P. Roland, 85:138–61

"Happy Chandler and Baseball's Pivotal Era," by William J. Marshall Jr., 99:99–121

Happy Hollow (Ky.), 68:106–7, 126

Happy Valley recording studio (Glasgow, Ky.), 98:403

Happy Years, The, by Josephine M. Turner: reviewed, 71:198–99

Haptonstall, Abraham, 78:297

Harbison, ——, 68:123, 128

Harbison, David, 98:389

Hardburley, Ky., 97:191

Hardee, William J., 73:412, 76:17, 20, 331, 79:23, 127, 81:372, 88:281, 283, 285, 93:280, 94:141, 162, 166, 97:174, 276–77, 101:451, 110:457

Hardeman, Bruce, 94:249–52

Hardeman, Nicholas P.: Shucks, Shocks, and Hominy Blocks: Corn as a Way of Life in Pioneer America, reviewed, 80:453–54

Hardesbrook, George, 110:508

Hard Hand of War: Union Military Policy Toward Southern Civilians, 1861–1865, by Mark Grimsley: reviewed, 94:443–45

Hardin, ——, 68:276

Hardin, Bayless, 69:174; death, 101:32; Ky. Historical Society, 101:2, 44; Ky. Historical Society firearm collection, 101:30–31; letter of Robert Penn Warren to, illus., 104:89; review of J. Winston Coleman's Slavery Times in Kentucky, 103:716

Hardin, Benjamin, 69:323, 70:10, 14, 78, 71:165, 73:227–28, 357–66, 75:7, 9, 12, 15, 18, 300–301, 81:137, 238, 82:228, 231–32, 88:14, 21, 97:2, 99:55

Hardin, Elizabeth Pendleton, 110:497; diary of, 110:482–85, 489–90, 494–95; exile of family, 110:485, 499–501

Hardin, Jacob, 69:135

Hardin, John, 69:90

Hardin, John A., 97:100; book notes by, 87:195–96, 91:248, 458–59; book reviews by, 76:333–35, 80:106–7, 91:238–39, 99:398–99, 100:564–66, 105:133–35, 350–51; Fifty Years of Segregation: Black Higher Education in Kentucky, 1904–1954, reviewed, 96:390–91; "'Kentucky is More or Less Civilized': Alfred Carroll, Charles Eubanks, Lyman Johnson, and the Desegregation of Kentucky Higher Education, 1939-1949," 109:327–50; scholarship of, 109:284

Hardin, John H.: Civil War currency of, 110:460

Hardin, John J., 69:195–96, 105:233, 246

Hardin, Mordecai R., 93:401, 409

Hardin, Parker W. ("Wat"), 74:47, 308, 75:29, 78:239–40, 327, 88:35; political campaign of, 108:368–69, 372–73

Hardin, Peter, 69:135

Hardin, Sarah: book note by, 100:269; book reviews by, 100:62–66, 507–8; "The Image of Kentucky in Films: Appearance Versus Reality," 98:367–83

Hardin, Tom, 70:110

Hardin, William Jefferson: political career of, 110:537–38

Hardin County, Ill., 69:240, 248, 263

Hardin County, Ky., 71:82, 112, 190–91, 95:10, 100:142–43, 106:363; during Civil War, 110:460; county court, 106:486; economic development of, 106:353–54; Lincoln family in, 106:315, 356, 457, 473–74; militia of, 68:236; out-migration, 106:366; and public school reform, 109:37, 45, 56; slavery in, 106:350–52, 360; tax lists of, 106:341

Hardin County, Tenn., 94:279, 291

Harding, Aaron, 72:376

Harding, Chester, 82:326, 102:532; Daniel Boone portrait by, 102:530

Harding, Warren G., 73:205, 74:254, 77:34, 81:370, 92:272, 95:53, 54, 98:202, 104:404; political philosophy of, 105:463



Harding Era: Warren G. Harding and His Administration, The, by Robert K. Murray: reviewed, 70:336–38

Hardinsburg, Ky., 68:254, 72:124, 102:39, 106:319, 384; Lincoln family in, 106:356

Hardin's Creek, 68:253, 255–56

Hardison, Gregory D.: book review by, 99:333–35

Hardman, Geneva, 84:266–67

Hard Marching Every Day: The Civil War Letters of Private Wilbur Fisk, 1861–1865, edited by Emil and Ruth Rosenblatt: reviewed, 91:97–99

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

Hardtack and Coffee: The Unwritten Story of Army Life, by John D. Billings: noted, 92:450–51

"'Hard Times' and Insurgent Politics: Origins of the Black Patch War, 1875–1904," by Tracy A. Campbell, 89:377–99



Hard Times and New Deal in Kentucky, 1929–1939, by George T. Blakey: reviewed, 85:69–70

Hardwick, Susan Wiley: Mythic Galveston: Reinventing America's Third Coast, reviewed, 101:161–62

Hardy, Charles, 104:657–58

Hardy, Cleary, 110:522

Hardy, Oliver, 98:378

Hardy, Richardson: account of 1850 López expedition, 105:587–88; Ky. Regiment, 105:579–80, 587, 601, 608, 611–13

Hardy, William: biographical sketch of, 105:586; filibustering contingent led by, 105:598–99; Ky. Regiment, 105:579–80, 585–86, 588, 594, 601, 607–8, 611; motives of, 105:580

Hargis, Thomas F., 81:151, 93:418–19

Hargrave, Gum, 98:85

Hargreaves, Jennifer, 109:161

Hargreaves, Mary W. M., 82:72; book reviews by, 71:110–11, 446, 77:314–16, 80:229–30, 85:277–79, 87:170–71, 89:206–8, 90:424–25, 92:90–92, 93:100–102, 98:205–7, 101:340–41; Dry Farming in the Northern Great Plains: Years of Readjustment, 1920–1990, reviewed, 91:454–55; illus., 100:470; and James F. Hopkins, eds., The Papers of Henry Clay, vol. 6., reviewed, 81:199–200; and James F. Hopkins, The Papers of Henry Clay, vol. 5, Secretary of State, 1826, reviewed, 72:418–20; The Presidency of John Quincy Adams, reviewed, 84:428–29; roundtable discussion of Henry Clay, 100:427–72

Hargrove, Erwin C.: and Paul K. Conkin, eds., TVA: Fifty Years of Grass-roots Bureaucracy, reviewed, 82:419–21; Prisoners of Myth: The Leadership of the Tennessee Valley Authority, 1933–1990, reviewed, 93:495–96

Haring, Kristen: Ham Radio's Technical Culture, reviewed, 105:742–44

Harkie, Cyrus B., 76:333

Harkins, George W., 91:296

Harkins, J.: Ky. Regiment, 105:600

Harkins, William: and the desegregation of the University of Ky., 109:334

Harlan, ——, 68:276

Harlan, Elijah, 72:231, 233

Harlan, James, 69:157, 70:126, 110:540–41; dedication of Henry Clay monument, 110:259

Harlan, John M., 79:26

Harlan, John Marshall (1833-1911, 72:21, 36, 89:253–54, 257, 259, 263, 94:362, 97:177, 98:257–58, 107:547

Harlan, John Marshall (1833-1911), 110:541; and Berea College, 110:37; biographical sketch of, 70:121

Harlan, John Marshall (1833-1911: biographical sketch of, 70:126–29

Harlan, John Marshall (1833-1911): during the Civil War, 71:182–85, 187, 426, 428, 430–31, 433, 435–37; supports Preston Brown, 104:62; and Theodore Roosevelt, 104:64–66

Harlan, John Marshall (1899-1971), 70:126; relationship with Felix Frankfurter, 104:471

Harlan, Ky., 107:471, 511; NAACP in, 109:361; and public school reform, 109:56; segregation in, 109:359

Harlan, Louis R., 89:340; All at Sea: Coming of Age in World War II, reviewed, 95:112–13; Booker T. Washington: The Wizard of Tuskegee, 1901–1915, reviewed, 82:200–201

Harlan, Robert J.: political career of, 110:540–41

Harlan, Silas, 72:231, 233, 239, 78:313

Harlan Collieries: sale of, 107:499

Harlan County, Ky., 72:67, 251, 73:154, 166, 168–69, 86:119–41, 90:358–60, 93:143–44, 94:272, 95:64, 71, 73, 96:128, 97:197, 199, 98:391, 109:51; coal industry in, 107:471–72, 475, 478–511; coal mining investigation in, 105:421; coal operators in, 104:439, 443; courthouse of, 107:500; feuds in, 107:475–78; historical interpretation of, 107:471–512; immigration into, 86:119–41; isolation of, 107:483–84, 486–87; and John Creech, M.D., 102:161; labor turmoil of, 75:148–50; miners' memorial at courthouse of, 107:475; oral history projects in, 104:643, 649–50, 665, 667; religion in, 107:491; violence in, 91:189–90, 197, 107:477–82, 485–88, 490, 492, 494–95, 501–2



Harlan County, USA, by Barbara Kopple, 107:492–97, 500, 502–3, 505, 507, 509

Harlan County Tourist and Convention Commission, 107:500, 511

Harland Bartholomew and Associates (St. Louis, Mo.): and subdivision planning, 107:67

Harlan Hubbard Journals, 1929–1944, edited by Vincent Kohler and David F. Ward: noted, 86:97–98

Harlan Hubbard: Life and Work, by Wendell Berry: reviewed, 90:186–87

Harlan Miners' Memorial (Harlan, Ky.): illus., 107:511



Harlan Miners Speak, by Theodore Dreiser, 107:484–90, 499, 509

Harlem: The Vision of Morgan and Marvin Smith, reviewed, 97:456–57

Harlem (New York, N.Y.), 109:406; poverty in, 107:382; renaissance of, 70:342–43

Harley, Chic, 97:405, 421

Harling, ——, 68:123, 128

Harlow, Jean, 98:407, 427

Harlow, Luke E., 110:236; book review by, 109:78–80; "The Religion of Proslavery Unionism: Kentucky Whites on the Eve of the Civil War," 110:265–91

Harlow, Lyle, 86:252

Harman, Henry, 69:286

Harman, Mathias, 69:286, 78:200, 92:145–46, 148

Harman family, 69:287

Harmar, Josiah, 83:6, 84:1, 86:15, 88:395, 91:253, 258, 311, 107:27

Harmon, Adam, 70:152

Harmon, Clifford B.: land development by, 107:61

Harmon, John, 72:237

Harmon, Valentine, 72:237

Harmony Presbytery, 74:102–3

Harned, Glenda D.: book note by, 88:238; comp., The 1984 Directory of Historical Organizations and Speakers Bureau, noted, 83:169

Harned, W. W., 84:304–5

Harney, Benjamin Mills: Ky. Regiment, 105:592–93

Harney, John H., 71:37, 76:3, 84:115, 127, 143, 106:60; Ky. Historical Society, 101:8; Louisville Democrat, 102:363, 105:592–93; reaction to Louisville lynching, 102:373, 381

Harnley, William: Ky. Regiment, 105:594, 611

Harp, Will, 89:295–96

Harpe, Micajah, 69:256

Harpe, Wiley, 69:255–56

Harper, ——, 89:7

Harper, E. Howard, 110:552

Harper, George, 89:11

Harper, Ida Husted, 93:16–17, 94:257

Harper, John Lamberton: American Machiavelli: Alexander Hamilton and the Origins of U.S. Foreign Policy, reviewed, 103:554–55

Harper, Josephine L.: Guide to the Draper Manuscripts, reviewed, 81:434–35

Harper, J. W., 68:333

Harper, Keith: "'An Assurance that Someone Cares': The Baptist Home for Business Girls, Louisville, Kentucky, 1923–1928," 98:23–42; "'And All the Baptists in Kentucky Took the Name United Baptists': The Union of the Separate and Regular Baptists of Kentucky," 110:3–31; book notes by, 90:428–29, 93:129–30; book reviews by, 88:341–42, 93:345–47, 471–72, 96:402–3, 97:224–26, 98:109–10; ed., Rescue the Perishing: Selected Correspondence of Annie W. Armstrong, noted, 103:847; The Quality of Mercy: Southern Baptists and Social Christianity, 1890–1920, reviewed, 95:105–7; "The Louisville Baptist Orphan's Home: The Early Years," 90:236–55

Harper, Minnie Buckingham, 110:552

Harper, Nathaniel, 98:155–57, 174

Harper, Nathaniel R., 91:417, 110:544

Harper, Peter, 89:11

Harper, Robert Goodloe, 70:26, 35, 37

Harper & Black (Louisville, Ky.), 98:176

Harper and Brothers (New York, N.Y.), 72:320

Harper's Bazar: on girls' basketball, 109:164

Harpers Ferry, Va., 69:334, 365, 367, 71:255, 442, 74:206, 210, 97:161; and John Brown, 103:666, 105:622, 106:389, 404, 422; John Brown's raid on, 110:307–8, 320



Harper's Magazine, 91:176–77, 182, 197, 104:425, 107:385; and the War on Poverty in Breathitt County, Ky., 107:401

Harper's Weekly, 69:340, 72:118, 74:150; on battle of Perryville, 92:388; on girls' basketball, 109:175

Harralson, Agnes S., 70:297, 97:300; Steamboats on the Green; and the Colorful Men Who Operated Them, noted, 80:479

Harrell, Carolyn L.: Kith and Kin: A Portrait of a Southern Family, 1630–1934, reviewed, 82:399–400; When the Bells Tolled for Lincoln: Southern Reaction to the Assassination, reviewed, 96:407–9

Harrell, David Edwin Jr.: book reviews by, 94:176–77, 104:288–89

Harrell, Kenneth E., 71:330; ed., The Public Papers of Governor Edward T. Breathitt, reviewed, 84:76–77

Harridan, John, 96:351, 374

Harridge, Will, 82:363–64, 385

Harriet Beecher Stowe: A Life, by Joan D. Hedrick: reviewed, 93:350–52

Harriette Simpson Arnow: Critical Essays on Her Work, edited by Haeja K. Chung: reviewed, 95:91–92

Harriman, E. H., 74:335

Harrington, Arthur J., 105:665, 675

Harrington, Eliza, 105:665

Harrington, Florence, 105:665

Harrington, James, 95:343, 353, 356, 363

Harrington, J. Drew: book reviews by, 87:67–69, 88:488–89, 91:117

Harrington, Jennie: letter from John T. Harrington, 105:662–65

Harrington, John T.: biographical sketch of, 105:657–58; Civil War letters of, 105:657–77; death of during Vicksburg campaign, 105:677; friends of, 105:675; and Kentucky's post-Civil War political situation, 105:675–77; letter to Jennie Harrington, 105:662–65; siblings of, 105:662

Harrington, Jonathan, 72:75

Harrington, Michael: issue of poverty, 107:302; Other America, The: Poverty in the United States, 107:377, 379

Harris, Alex: A World Unsuspected: Portraits of Southern Childhood, noted, 86:202

Harris, Arthur, 78:47

Harris, Brig, 99:292–93

Harris, C. A., 91:287–88

Harris, Charles K., 93:304

Harris, Credo Fitch, 79:333–35, 338–39, 341–44, 352

Harris, Edward, 94:12

Harris, E. G., 93:165, 167

Harris, Elizabeth, 70:123

Harris, George Washington, 71:323

Harris, Howard, 101:463–64

Harris, Isham G., 70:256, 258, 73:26, 88:284, 93:264–65, 110:445; and secession, 110:309, 447–50, 452

Harris, Jack, 85:332

Harris, James Russell, 94:134, 97:90, 91, 100:127, 425, 103:623; article by, 105:2; book notes by, 79:301–2, 399, 80:365, 81:113–14, 234, 462, 82:110, 209–10, 320, 83:90–91, 172, 295–96, 84:235–40, 453–54, 85:391–94, 86:199, 200, 87:92, 88:117–18, 120, 238, 241, 243, 371–72, 490–91, 89:236, 333, 434–35, 90:223, 91:122, 127, 244–47, 369, 92:124–25, 346, 446–49, 451, 93:126, 94:218, 348, 451, 453–56, 95:218, 461–62, 96:116–17, 97:236–37, 238–41, 241–42, 101:232–33; book reviews by, 75:323, 77:223–25, 295–98, 79:389–91, 82:190–91, 303–5, 84:338–39, 87:459–61, 89:320–21, 91:106–7, 94:187–89, 327–28, 95:204–5, 99:394–96, 100:203–4, 102:91–92; and Caroline R. Miller, "Dachau Album: Perspectives from War Crimes Prosecutor William O. Miller and Court Reporter Leona Mumedy Miller, 1946–47," 95:135–80; ed., "Finding Jefferson Davis on the Commemorative Landscape: A Roundtable Discussion," 107:237–62; ed., "Jefferson Davis and Lost Cause Memory: A Forum on Kentucky and the South," 107:203–35; ed., "Jefferson Davis, Scholars, and the Civil War: A Public History Dialogue," 107:163–202; ed., "On War and History: Charles P. Roland Discusses An American Iliad," 89:362–76; ed. "'A Great Deal More That Could Be Done': Lowell H. Harrison on Statecraft, Scholars, and Kentucky History," 105:33–92; Editor's Page, 105:581–82, 106:161–63; and Kenneth H. Williams, comp. "Kentucky in 1860: A Statistical Overview," 103:743–64; and Kenneth H. Williams, eds.: "Daniel Boone's American Life: An Interview with Biographer Michael Lofaro," 100:497–504; "Kentuckians in the War of 1812: A Note on Numbers, Losses, and Sources," 82:277–86; "Kentucky Exceptionalism in Gray," 107:141–46; and Lynne Hollingsworth, and Kenneth H. Williams, eds.: "Early Kentuckians and the New Nation: The Samuel McDowell Family Letters," 100:329–48; and Neal O. Hammon, "Daniel Boone the Surveyor: Old Images and New Realities," 102:535–66; and Neal O. Hammon, eds., "'In a dangerous situation': The Letters of Col. John Floyd, 1774–1783," 83:202–36; "The Harrodsburg Tankers: Bataan, Prison, and the Bonds of Community," 86:230–77; "'What Really Interests Me Are the People': Edward M. Coffman on Soldiers, Scholars, and the New Military History," 99:123–52

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