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



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Hoag, S. Surward, 70:70

Hoar, George F.: Thomas D. Clark commentary on, 103:319–20

Hoar Bill (1870), 96:35

Hobart, John Henry, 69:38

Hobart College ( Geneva, N.Y.), 69:62, 71

Hobbs, Dana, 110:518

Hobbs, Edward D., 95:10; plan of Louisville, Ky., 107:44–45

Hobbs, Emiline, 110:518

Hobbs, Jerry, 110:518

Hobbs, Sarah Ann, 110:518

Hobbs, W. C. G., 79:156

Hoblitzell, Bruce, 78:38

Hoblitzell, Bruce T.: and public accommodations in Louisville, Ky., 109:374, 401–2, 415–17, 420–21, 424–27

Hoboes, Bindlestiffs, Fruit Tramps, and the Harvesting of the West, by Mark Wyman: reviewed, 108:426–28

Hobson, Charles F.: ed., The Papers of John Marshall, vol. 7, Correspondence, Papers, and Selected Judicial Opinions, April 1807–December 1813, reviewed, 92:89–90; ed., The Papers of John Marshall, vol. 8, Correspondence, Papers, and Selected Judicial Opinions, March 1814–December 1819, reviewed, 94:184–86; et al., The Papers of John Marshall. vol. 9, Correspondence, Papers, and Selected Judicial Opinions, January 1820–December 1823, reviewed, 97:472–74

Hobson, Edward H., 70:213–15, 217–18, 304, 72:378, 76:16, 85:350, 352, 86:363, 95:246, 253, 255–56, 267, 273, 275

Hobson, Fred: Tell About the South: The Southern Rage to Explain, reviewed, 83:83–85

Hobson, Joe, 103:485

Hobson, Jonathan, 70:300

Hobson, W. E., 68:192

Hobson, William E., 71:183, 431, 72:36

Hobson, William H.: Fort Benning, Ga., 105:430, 456

Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam: illus., 102:328

Hochman, Barbara: Uncle Tom's Cabin and the Reading Revolution: Race, Literacy, Childhood, and Fiction, 1851-1911, reviewed, 110:209–11

Hockaday, Amanda, 101:462

Hockaday, Daniel, 101:462

Hockaday family, 101:462

Hockensmith, "Boss," Frankfort, Ky., 95:409

Hockensmith, N. J., 74:242

Hodge, Charles, 69:221, 72:217, 326–30

Hodge, Hugh L., 72:329

Hodge, Stephen, 105:244

Hodge, William, 105:244

Hodge, W. J., 104:237

Hodgenville, Ky., 90:55; and the Lincoln centennial celebration, 106:473; Lincoln family in, 106:374–75, 513–14; Lincoln Memorial, 107:257–58; Lincoln Memorial, illus., 102:387

Hodges, Albert G., 69:379, 70:12, 71:27, 72:368–69, 371, 382–83, 80:303; letter of Abraham Lincoln to, 106:455, 463, 493–94, 521, 592–97; opposition to African American recruitment, 106:592

Hodges, Fletcher Jr.: evaluation of J. Winston Coleman's Slavery Times in Kentucky manuscript, 103:710–12

Hodges, Graham Russell Gao: David Ruggles: A Radical Black Abolitionist and the Underground Railroad, reviewed, 107:595–97

Hodges, James A.: book reviews by, 89:423–24, 93:118–20

Hodges, Jesse, 83:6, 18, 86:322

Hodges, Juanita J.: See Flowers, April

Hodges, Luther, 80:140

Hodges, Robert, 88:187

Hodges, Robert C.: book note by, 92:128–29; book review by, 90:214–15

Hodges, Sikes, 81:420

Hodge W. J.: business boycott in Louisville, Ky., 109:413–14; and civil rights protests in Louisville, Ky., 109:372; opposition to William S. Milburn, 109:423

Hodgson, Godfrey, 107:379; America in Our Time, reviewed, 75:341–43; Woodrow Wilson's Right Hand: The Life of Colonel Edward M. House, reviewed, 104:343–45

Hodson, Christopher: book review by, 103:551–52

Hoefferle, Caroline: book reviews by, 105:173–74, 765–67

Hoeing, J. B., 80:429

Hoemann, George H.: and Harold D. Moser, and David R. Hoth, eds., The Papers of Andrew Jackson, vol. 4, 1816–1820, reviewed, 93:98–99

Hoerschelmann, Olaf: Rules of the Game: Quiz Shows and American Culture, reviewed, 105:172–73

Hoerty, George, 69:148

Hoff, Joan: Nixon Reconsidered, reviewed, 93:371–73

Hoffer, Peter Charles: book reviews by, 88:207–8, 103:614–15; and N. E. H. Hull, Roe v. Wade: The Abortion Rights Controversy in American History, reviewed, 100:123–24

Hoffman, Alice M.: and Howard S. Hoffman, Archives of Memory: A Soldier Recalls World War II, noted, 89:333–34; oral history essay, 104:688, 695

Hoffman, Charles: and Tess Hoffman, North by South: The Two Lives of Richard James Arnold, reviewed, 86:383–85

Hoffman, Charles Fenno, 79:367–68, 90:67

Hoffman, Ezekiel, 68:238

Hoffman, Howard: oral history essay, 104:688, 695

Hoffman, Lazarus: Civil War service of, 110:170

Hoffman, Paul, 105:467

Hoffman, Paul E.: Florida's Frontiers, reviewed, 100:519–20

Hoffman, Stanley, Henderson, Ky., 104:522

Hoffschwelle, Mary S.: Rosenwald Schools of the American South, The, reviewed, 105:329–30

Hoff-Wilson, Joan: and Marjorie Lightmon, eds., Without Precedent: The Life and Career of Eleanor Roosevelt, reviewed, 83:165–66

Hofmann, George F.: Through Mobility We Conquer: The Mechanization of U.S. Cavalry, reviewed, 105:146

Hofstadter, Richard, 73:200, 326, 74:68, 83:303, 89:351, 92:247, 256

Hofstetter, Jacob, 105:449; illus., 105:452

Hofstetter, Mary Alfreda: correspondence with George Chescheir, 105:449–51

Hofstra, Warren R.: ed., George Washington and the Virginia Backcountry, reviewed, 96:394–95

Hogan, Henry, 72:237

Hogan, Humphrey, 69:248

Hogan, Lisa Shawn: book review by, 103:582–84

Hogan, Michael J., 102:308–9

Hogan, Richard, 68:114, 118

Hogan, Roseann R.: ed., "Buffaloes in the Corn: James Wade's Account of Pioneer Kentucky," 89:1–31

Hogan, Thomas, 73:319

Hogan, Tom: Louisville–Jefferson County school desegregation suit, 105:6, 26, 29

Hogan, Wesley C.: Many Minds, One Heart: SNCC's Dream for a New America, reviewed, 105:557–58

Hoganson, Kristin L.: Consumers' Imperium: The Global Production of American Domesticity, 1865-1920, reviewed, 106:120–21

Hogans Station, Ky., 69:206

Hoge, Charles E., 95:406

Hogeland, Alexander, 96:225–26

Hogg, Edwin F., 71:302

Hogg, Isaac, 83:127

Hogg, James, 73:64–66, 90:228

Hogue, Pleasant, 82:166

Hohenstein, Kurt: book review by, 105:507–9; Coining Corruption: The Making of the American Campaign Finance System, reviewed, 106:126–27

Hohner, Robert A.: book review by, 94:331–32

Hohokam Indians, 70:231

Hoig, Stan: The Battle of the Washita: The Sheridan-Custer Indian Campaign of 1867-69, reviewed, 75:252–53

Hoke, W. B., 69:148

Holbrook, ——, 93:61

Holbrook, Keenis, 98:148

Holbrook, Morton, 104:577

Holcomb, Oliver G., 77:290



Hold April, by Jesse Stuart, 75:278

Holden, William A., 105:443

Holder, John, 78:99, 86:319, 322, 327

Holding the Line: The Third Tennessee Infantry, 1861–1864, by Flavel C. Barber: reviewed, 93:224–25

Holdzkom, Marianne: book review by, 107:95–96

Holeman, Edward, 69:199, 201, 203, 205

Holeman, George, 84:254

Holeman, Isaac, 88:147

Holeman, Jacob H., 94:129



Holiday, 91:199

Holifield, E. Brooks: The Gentlemen Theologians, reviewed, 77:309–10

Holl, Richard E., 100:127; From the Boardroom to the War Room: America's Corporate Liberals and FDR's Preparedness Program, reviewed, 103:592–94; book reviews by, 100:105–7, 102:138–39, 103:819–21, 104:760–62, 105:540–41, 108:161–63, 109:122–24; illus., 101:6; Richard H. Collins Award winner, 101:6; "Swastikas in the Bluegrass State: Axis Prisoners of War in Kentucky, 1942–46," 100:139–65

Holladay, Maj.——, 85:331, 338, 339, 347, 349, 350, 351, 353

Holladay, Mrs., 85:328

Holland, ——, 94:125

Holland, Antonio F.: book review by, 106:141–42; Nathan B. Young and the Struggle over Black Higher Education, reviewed, 105:133–35

Holland, Ed, 90:170

Holland, George, 90:169, 170–71, 173–75, 177–79

Holland, Laurence B.: and James M. Banner Jr., Michael D. Bell, James M. McPherson, and Nancy J. Weiss, eds., Blacks in America: Bibliographical Essays, reviewed, 70:146–48

Holland, Robert P., 93:457

Holland, Tapley, 71:25

Hollander, Nanci, 83:124

Hollandsworth, James G. Jr.: Absolute Massacre: The New Orleans Race Riot of July 30, 1866, reviewed, 99:315–17; Louisiana Native Guards: The Black Military Experience during Civil War, reviewed, 94:320–22

Hollenbach, Todd, 99:217, 218

Holley, Horace, 71:323, 72:146, 156, 166, 308, 73:356, 74:230, 79:318–19, 86:107–9, 92:255

Holliday, Beecher, 98:72

Holliday, Doc, 71:325

Holliday, John, 81:244–45

Hollingsworth, Helen: and Kevin E. O'Donnell, eds., Seekers of Scenery: Travel Writing from Southern Appalachia, 1840–1900, noted, 104:811

Hollingsworth, Kent: The Kentucky Thoroughbred, noted, 84:234–35; The Kentucky Thoroughbred, noted, 107:627; The Kentucky Thoroughbred, reviewed, 77:56–57

Hollingsworth, Lynne: book review by, 98:315–16; and Kenneth H. Williams, and James Russell Harris, eds., "Early Kentuckians and the New Nation: The Samuel McDowell Family Letters," 100:329–48

Hollingsworth, Mary A., 90:239–42

Hollingsworth, Randolph: book review by, 102:237–40; Lexington: Queen of the Bluegrass, reviewed, 102:403–4

Hollin Hall (Fairfax, Va.), 69:4

Hollister, John, 82:53

Hollon, Morton, 107:413, 416

Holloway, Herman M. Sr., 110:553

Holloway, Mark, 69:233

Holly, John, 83:5–6, 16–17



Hollybush: Folk Building and Social Change in an Appalachian Community, by Charles E. Martin: reviewed, 83:142–43

Holly Springs, Miss.: and the Vicksburg campaign, 103:642, 647

Hollywood, Calif., 100:195–200; depiction of Ky. in film, 98:367–83; depiction of women in film, 98:405–28; effects on culture, 98:406, 407

Hollywood as Historian: American Film in a Cultural Context, edited by Peter C. Rollins: reviewed, 82:107–8

Hollywood Cemetery (Richmond, Va.): and Jefferson Davis, 107:145, 208–9



Hollywood Cemetery; The History of a Southern Shrine, by Mary H. Mitchell: noted, 85:100

Hollywood Goes to War: How Politics, Profits, and Propaganda Shaped World War II Movies, by Clayton R. Koppes and Gregory D. Black: reviewed, 86:194–95

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

Hollywood Ten, 104:541–42

Holman, C. Hugh: The Immoderate Past: The Southern Writer and History, reviewed, 78:276–79

Holman, Harriet R.: "The Kentucky Journal of Thomas Nelson Page," 68:1–16

Holman, Jesse Lynch, 70:225; The Prisoners of Niagara or Errors of Education: A New Novel Founded on Fact, reviewed, 74:58–59

Holman, William Steele, 70:84–86

Holmberg, James J., 99:391; book reviews by, 100:351–52, 101:109–10; ed., Dear Brother: Letters of William Clark to Jonathan Clark, reviewed, 100:201–2; Into the Wilderness: The Lewis and Clark Expedition, listed, 102:151

Holmes, Andrew, 75:180; and location of state capital in Frankfort, 104:250, 261

Holmes, Burton, 97:35

Holmes, David S., 110:543

Holmes, Donald, 88:146

Holmes, Helen, 88:332; civil rights leadership of, 109:379–80, 392

Holmes, Jack D. L., 74:245

Holmes, John Haynes, 96:363

Holmes, Mary Jane, 71:323

Holmes, Oliver Wendell Jr., 70:128, 74:238, 77:35, 92:408, 98:197, 104:461, 479, 482

Holmes, Oliver Wendell Sr., 68:367, 73:337, 92:408

Holmes, Robert, 81:124

Holmes, Theophilus, 101:449

Holmes, William F., 76:319; book reviews by, 79:290–92, 89:218–19

Holmes High School (Cincinnati, Ohio): African Americans at, 109:360

Holms, —— (1803), 100:342

Holocaust, 95:138, 139, 153, 178, 180; analogy of Vietnam War, 102:355

Holocaust: The Documentary Evidence, compiled by Robert Wolfe: noted, 93:254

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

Holsen, John, 85:214

Holsteiner, George Michael: See Stoner, Michael

Holston River, 79:252

Holston River (N.C.), 71:402, 404; valley of, 72:279

Holt, Andrew, 73:423

Holt, Ann, 106:381

Holt, Eleanor K. Stephens, 97:2; family of, 106:375–76

Holt, Elizabeth, 106:376

Holt, Hamilton, 96:363

Holt, Ivan Lee, 76:119

Holt, James, 106:381; correspondence of Joseph Holt with, 106:405–6

Holt, J. Lawrence, 94:160

Holt, John, 97:2

Holt, John W.: career of, 106:375–76

Holt, Joseph, 69:106, 112, 75:197, 80:286–87, 290, 103:540, 106:300–302, 577, 110:236–37, 256, 478; and Abraham Lincoln, 106:373–407; career as judge advocate general, 110:403–37; and the court-martial of Fitz John Porter, 110:413–19; and the Democratic Party, 106:382–88, 390, 394; early career of, 110:403–4; evaluation of, 110:417–19; family of, 106:375–76, 379–82; and Henry Clay, 106:389; illus., 106:375, 399; and Joshua Fry Speed, 106:438; and the judge advocate general's department, 97:1–25; in Lincoln administration, 106:396; nullification, 106:389; reasons for support of Abraham Lincoln, 106:387, 396–407; and Robert J. Breckinridge, 106:387; as secretary of war, 106:386–88, 390–91, 393–94, 406; and slavery, 106:376–78, 397–402; support for Richard Mentor Johnson, 106:385, 398–99; and Unionism, 106:388–92, 394, 396–97, 401

Holt, Len, 109:371; CORE, 104:233, 236

Holt, Margaret Wickliffe, 97:2, 106:381; slaves of, 106:400–401

Holt, Marilyn Irvin: Mamie Doud Eisenhower: The General's First Lady, reviewed, 106:146–49

Holt, Mary Harrison, 97:2; death of, 106:381

Holt, Michael F., 101:427, 106:504; Political Parties and American Political Development from the Age of Jackson to the Age of Lincoln, reviewed, 91:340–42

Holt, Richard, 106:376, 381

Holt, Robert, 110:435

Holt, Robert S., 97:7, 106:388, 405, 407; correspondence with Joseph Holt, 106:381–82, 392–94

Holt, Thomas, 106:376, 381

Holt, Thomas H.: correspondence with Joseph Holt, 106:380

Holt, W. Garrard, 94:160

Holt, William H., 93:414

Holt house (Breckinridge County, Ky.): construction of, 106:376; illus., 106:380

Holton, John A., 89:243

Holton, Mrs. Robert: slaves of, 101:291

Holton, Robert: slaves of, 101:287

"Holt's Bottom" (Breckinridge County, Ky.), 106:375

Holtzwhir, Germany: during World War II, 110:82

Holy Alliance (1815), 72:143–44, 152, 154–55, 161, 107:564; end of, 107:566; and the Greek revolution, 107:564–65; and Latin American revolutions, 107:555, 559

Holy Cross (Washington County, Ky.), 101:287

Holy Cross, Ky., 68:256

Holy Cross Church (Holy Cross, Ky.), 68:252, 254, 256, 261

Holy Cross parish (Loretto, Ky.), 97:131



Holy Profane, The: Religion in Black Popular Music, by Teresa Reed: reviewed, 101:227–29

Holy Roller meeting: illus., 103:95, 97

"Holy Rollers," by Thomas D. Clark, 103:93–108

Holzer, Harold: book review by, 110:185–89; et al., The Lincoln Image: Abraham Lincoln and the Popular Print, reviewed, 82:409–10; and John Y. Simon and Dawn Vogel, eds., Lincoln Revisited: New Insights from the Lincoln Forum, 107:110–12; "Lincoln and Washington: The Printmakers Blessed Their Union," 75:204–13; Lincoln at Cooper Union: The Speech That Made Abraham Lincoln President, reviewed, 102:108–9; and Mark E. Neely Jr., and Gabor S. Boritt, The Confederate Image: Prints of the Lost Cause, reviewed, 86:189–90; and Mark E. Neely Jr., Mine Eyes Have Seen the Glory: The Civil War in Art, reviewed, 92:326–27

Holzinger, Colonel, 81:242–43, 246

Holzweiss, Robert F.: book review by, 105:560–62

Home, John, 100:45

Home Builders Association of Louisville (Louisville, Ky.), 107:77

home demonstration clubs, in Ballard County, 96:137–66

Home from Siberia: The Secret Odysseys of Interned American Airmen in World War II, by Otis Hays Jr.: reviewed, 89:114–15

Home Front, The: War Years in Britain, 1939–1945, by Susan Briggs: reviewed, 74:351–54

Home Guards, 69:351, 71:345, 108:55; defense of Lexington, Ky., 110:349–50; Federal occupation of Ky., 110:329, 333, 337, 339, 347; in Henderson, Ky., 103:670; during the secession crisis, 110:452

Home Missionary Society, 72:323

Home Owners Loan Corporation (HOLC), 80:327, 90:281



Homes in the Heartland: Balloon Frame Farmhouses of the Upper Midwest, 1850–1920, by Fred W. Peterson: noted, 92:125–26

Homestead Air Force Base (Fla.), 102:4



Home Voices, edited by Mark Lucas: noted, 89:433

homicide: in nineteenth century Ky., 81:134–53

Honaker, James, 69:286

Honest Miller of Simpson County, by A. B. Broderson: noted, 92:344–45

Honest Yankee, The: performance of, 76:268

Honhart, Fred: book note by, 93:382

Honolulu, Hawaii, 100:196

Honorable Justice: The Life of Oliver Wendell Holmes, by Sheldon M. Novick: reviewed, 88:356–58

Honorable Order of Kentucky Colonels: and Charles S. Todd, 105:196



Honor and Slavery, by Kenneth S. Greenberg: reviewed, 94:435–37

Hood, Andrew: frontier station of, 92:141; state capital relocation issue, 104:257; station of, 107:14

Hood, Fred J.: Reformed America: The Middle and Southern States, 1783–1837, reviewed, 80:346–47

Hood, James Larry, 80:80, 81:111–12, 97:341; book notes by, 84:106, 86:407–8, 88:369; book reviews by, 76:62–64, 80:243–45; "For the Union: Kentucky's Unconditional Unionist Congressmen and the Development of the Republican Party in Kentucky, 1863–1865," 76:197–215; "Marching to Zion: Christianity and Progressivism in Nelson and Washington Counties, Kentucky," 87:144–61; Restless Heart: Kentucky's Search for Individual Liberty and Community, noted, 108:443; "The Union and Slavery: Congressman Brutus J. Clay of the Bluegrass," 75:214–21; Visions of Zion: Christianity, Modernization, and the American Pursuit of Liberty: Progressivism in Rural Nelson and Washington Counties, Kentucky, reviewed, 103:774–76

Hood, John B., 70:352, 74:288–89, 296, 76:333, 89:7, 94:165–66, 97:174, 110:458

Hood, John Bell, 69:29

Hood, Major ——, 89:14, 15

Hood's Station, Clark County, Ky., 92:140–41

Hook, Charles, 97:414–15, 441

Hook, George: identity of, 103:497; and Matthew Kennedy, 103:495–96

Hooker, Joseph, 70:64; evaluation of, 101:456

Hooser, Hortency: Shaker poetry of, 109:14–17



Hoosier Regiment in Dixie, by Arville L. Funk: reviewed, 77:212–14

Hoover, Blacks & Lily Whites: A Study of Southern Strategies, by Donald J. Lisio: reviewed, 84:336–37

Hoover, Herbert, 70:130, 71:150, 72:289, 412, 73:156, 74:122, 79:163, 338–39, 344, 81:31, 42, 82:169, 84:147–48, 90:266, 271, 280, 348, 92:186, 191, 195, 198, 97:47, 104:474; economic policies of, 104:424; on federal regulation of broadcasting, 75:343; political philosophy of, 105:463–64

Hoover, Herbert Jr., 82:53

Hoover, J. Edgar, 71:216, 82:360; Edward F. Prichard's evaluation of, 104:475–76; and immigration policy, 104:483–84; and POW security issue, 105:448

Hope, Bob: illus., 100:196

Hope, Dr. ——, 68:4–5

Hope, John S., 94:156

Hope Dies Last: Keeping the Faith in Difficult Times, by Studs Terkel: reviewed, 101:387–89

Hopeful Lutheran Church (Florence, Ky.), 91:48

Hopemont (home of John Wesley Hunt, Lexington, Ky.), 74:233, 97:384, 391, 392, 393; (home of John Wesley Hunt, Lexington, Ky.), 76:57

Hopewell, 68:225

Hopewell, Ky., 70:52–54, 56, 94:22, 98:383

Hopewell, Timmy: illus., 105:21

Hopewell Indians, 70:233

Hopewell Museum (Paris, Ky.): exhibition on African Americans, 105:416

Hopkins, Harry, 80:317, 84:166, 168; 1933 report to on eastern Ky., 78:55–63

Hopkins, James, 69:117, 70:47

Hopkins, James F., 82:72, 93:86, 100:428, 103:65, 110:469; book reviews by, 69:395–97, 70:156–58, 76:236–38, 79:369–71, 80:444–46, 81:89–92, 82:391–92; ed., The Papers of Henry Clay, vol. 4, Secretary of State, 1825, reviewed, 71:445–46; A History of the Hemp Industry in Kentucky, noted, 97:236; and Mary W. M. Hargreaves, eds., The Papers of Henry Clay, vol. 5, Secretary of State, 1826, reviewed, 72:418–20; and Mary W. M. Hargreaves, eds., The Papers of Henry Clay, vol. 6, Secretary of State, 1827,reviewed, 81:199–200; Thomas D. Clark commentary on, 103:346; Thomas D. Clark letters to, 103:393–94, 427

Hopkins, Jerry: book review by, 78:174–76

Hopkins, John H., 69:52

Hopkins, Larry L., 90:85, 275, 276

Hopkins, Mark, 71:320

Hopkins, Samuel: support for William Henry Harrison, 105:201

Hopkins, Stephen, 72:403

Hopkins County, Ky., 71:347, 73:164, 99:346, 355; during Civil War, 109:70–71, 110:347; school desegregation in, 109:361–62; and Steven L. Beshear, 106:3; temperance league in, 75:34

Hopkinsianism, 74:105

Hopkinsville (Ky.) Conservative, 71:48

Hopkinsville (Ky.) Kentuckian, 81:411, 90:173–75; on Night Riders, 82:242, 244, 249

Hopkinsville (Ky.) New Era: on Night Riders, 82:249

Hopkinsville, Ky., 68:57, 69:51–52, 268, 70:171–72, 197, 310, 71:238, 396, 415–16, 418–19, 72:11, 127, 353, 73:369, 74:77, 308, 75:80–81, 90, 128, 89:382, 90:173, 93:61, 94:140, 95:396, 97:160, 170, 365, 98:287, 288–89, 99:5, 8, 34, 123, 348, 107:163, 109:171–73, 110:279, 286; during Civil War, 109:68, 110:491, 493; Confederate volunteers in, 103:673; desegregation in, 109:352; economic impact of Civil War on, 103:672–73; high school girls' basketball in, 109:163, 165, 171–73, 181–82, 185; Ned Breathitt's law office in, 104:580; slave plot in, 110:317; during World War II, 100:127, 129–38, 153

Hopkinsville Academy (Hopkinsville, Ky.), 71:396

Hopkinsville High School (Hopkinsville, Ky.): high school girls' basketball at, 109:163, 165, 171–73, 181–82, 185

Hord, Lysander, 95:379

Horine, Emmet Field, 81:62



Horizon Concise History of Mexico, The, by Victor Alba: reviewed, 72:77–79

Horn, Stanley F., 69:279, 70:238

Horn, Tammy: Bees in America: How the Honey Bee Shaped a Nation, noted, 104:816

Hornady, H. C., 79:224

Hornback, Nancy, 90:54

Hornblower, Joseph C., 80:281

Horne, Gerald: book review by, 109:250–52

Horne, Lena, 96:277

Hornellsville, N.Y.: Vicksburg campaign victory celebration, 103:654

Hornet (steamboat), 95:377

Hornsby, Henry, 88:173

Hornsey, T. A.: gifts to Ky. Historical Society, 101:14

Horowitz, Helen Lefkowitz, 89:70, 93:151; Campus Life: Undergraduate Cultures from the End of the Eighteenth Century to the Present, noted, 87:95–96

Horowitz, Roger: Putting Meat on the American Table: Taste, Technology, Transformation, reviewed, 104:205–7

Horrall, Stanley W.: The Pictorial History of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, reviewed, 72:196–98

Horrell, C. William: Land Between the Rivers: The Southern Illinois Country, reviewed, 72:73–74

Horrible Prettiness: Burlesque and American Culture, by Robert C. Allen: reviewed, 89:415–16

Horse Branch (Ohio County, Ky.), 101:313; Perguson family in, 101:298

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