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



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Horse Cave, Ky., 100:153; telegraphic communication during Civil War, 108:23

Horse Guards: London, England, 108:195



Horse in America, by John Gilmer Speed: noted, 81:112

Horse Lick (Ky.), 68:130



Horseman & Fair World, 77:284

"Horse Owners in Kentucky in 1800," by Lee Soltow, 79:203–10



Horse People: Thoroughbred Culture in Lexington & Newmarket, by Rebecca Cassidy: reviewed, 105:683–84

horse-racing industry, 98:370–72

horses: Clay family breeding and racing of, 100:473–96; horse farms, 90:258; Ky. owners in 1800, 79:203–10; training of, 108:173–211; See alsostandardbreds; thoroughbreds; trotters

Horses at Work: Harnessing Power in Industrial America, by Ann Norton Greene: reviewed, 106:282–85

Horse Sense and Humor in Kentucky, by Eslie Asbury: noted, 80:251

Horse Soldiers, The (1959), 110:462

Horse World of the Bluegrass, by Mary E. Wharton and Edward L. Bowen: noted, 80:481–82

Horsman, Reginald, 104:123; book reviews by, 83:274–75, 86:185–86, 107:609–10; Feast or Famine: Food and Drink in American Westward Expansion, reviewed, 106:243–45; Josiah Nott of Mobile: Southerner, Physician, and Racial Theorist, reviewed, 86:80–82

Horton, Edward W. Jr., 83:109, 115–16, 119

Horton, Elijah, 69:101

Horton, James Oliver: and Lois F. Horton, Slavery and the Making of America, review essay, 103:727–41

Horton, John Benjamin, 109:423

Horton, Lois F.: and James Oliver Horton, Slavery and the Making of America, review essay, 103:727–41

Horton, Louise: book review by, 75:155–57, 78:65–67; "General Samuel Bell Maxey Prepares for the Invasion of Kentucky, Fall 1862," 79:122–35; In the Hills of the Pennyroyal: A History of Allen County, Kentucky From 1815–1880, reviewed, 74:329–31; Samuel Bell Maxey—A Biography, reviewed, 73:85, 86

Horvath, David: and Beverly W. Brannan, eds., A Kentucky Album: Farm Security Administration Photographs, 1935–1943, reviewed, 85:71–72

Horwitz, Lester V.: The Longest Raid of the Civil War, reviewed, 99:396–98

Horwitz, Tony, 107:251; Confederates in the Attic, 107:214, 242

Hoskins, Patricia A., 110:239; book review by, 106:110–11; "The Freedmen's Bureau in the Jackson Purchase Region of Kentucky, 1866-1868," 110:503–31

Hoskins, William A., 71:186, 426–27, 436, 72:20, 23–24, 27–28, 31, 33, 36

Hosmer, Charles, 96:380

Hosmer, Harriet, 68:354–55

Host, W. James, 70:158

Hotaling, Edward: They're Off! Horse Racing at Saratoga, reviewed, 94:77–78

Hotchkiss, William A., 73:301

Hotel Nakatosh (Natchitoches, Miss.), 101:87

Hotel St. Charles (Owensboro, Ky.), 77:7

Hotel Woodruff (Chicago, Ill.), 110:539

Hoten camp, Philippines, 86:261, 262

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

Hot Springs, Ark., 71:107

Houchen, Mrs. John, 85:216

Houchens, Hubert, 85:219

Houchens, Mariam S.: History of Owen County, Kentucky: "Sweet Owen," reviewed, 76:154–55; "The Great Revival of 1800," 69:216–34

Houchins, ——, 68:322; and Mammoth Cave, 81:383

Houdon, Jean Antoine, 75:206

Hough, Emerson, 80:440

Hough, Joseph, 72:398–99, 401

Houghland, Mason, 69:388

Houk, John C., 98:95

Houk, L. C., 98:97

Houke, Kathleen: compiler, The Dark Side of Hopkinsville: Stories by Ted Poston, reviewed, 90:187–89

Houlihan, Edward T., 71:221, 73:97; book review by, 68:274–75, 69:290–91; ed., Six Sketches of Kentucky: From the Pamphlets of J. Winston Coleman Jr., reviewed, 95:93–94

Houlihan, Robert, 104:525

Hounds and Hunting Through the Ages, by Joseph B. Thomas: reviewed, 69:388–91

Hounds on the Mountains, 97:113

Hourigan, Kenneth M., 86:265, 268

House, Charles: The Outrageous Life of Henry Faulkner: Portrait of an Appalachian Artist, reviewed, 86:378–79

House Committee on Education: Kentucky General Assembly, 72:346

House Committee on Suffrage and Elections: Kentucky General Assembly, 72:347

House Divided: Sectionalism and Civil War, 1848–1865, by Richard H. Sewell: reviewed, 86:385–86

Household magazine: on marriage issues, 93:70

House of Abraham: Lincoln and the Todds, a Family Divided by War, by Stephen Berry: review essay, 106:434–35, 467–69

House of Percy: Honor, Melancholy, and Imagination in a Southern Family, by Bertram Wyatt-Brown: reviewed, 93:373–74

Houses From Books: Treatises, Pattern Books, and Catalogs in American Architecture, 1738–1950: A History and Guide, by Daniel D. Reiff: reviewed, 99:183–85

Houssen, Germany: during World War II, 110:80, 90



Houston (Tex.) Post: on Fred M. Vinson, 75:307

Houston, Charles H., 89:357

Houston, John B., 75:215

Houston, Matthew, 69:227, 233

Houston, Mrs. H. H., 89:155

Houston, Prudence, 94:38

Houston, Russell: land development by, 107:60

Houston, Sam, 71:5–6, 8, 19, 23, 26, 99–100, 104, 81:239, 245, 248, 97:168; and Denton Offutt, 108:193, 198; during the secession crisis, 106:433

Houston, Tex., 69:343

Houston, Texas, 74:17; American Missionary Association ministers in, 105:636; black branch library in, 93:161, 174; George A. Ellsworth in, 108:12, 18–19

Houston Seminary (Paris, Ky.), 73:139–41

Hovey, Benjamin, 71:72–73, 78, 84–85, 72:38

Hovey, Horace C., 68:322, 77:262

Howard, Barry, 76:311

Howard, Berry, 98:99

Howard, Charles T., 87:415

Howard, Clyde B., 78:253

Howard, Ebenezer, 107:58

Howard, Elizabeth B.: book reviews by, 70:235–36, 72:64–66, 74:69, 70, 75:158–59, 76:57–59

Howard, Ellen Key, 76:58

Howard, Jacob M., 110:373–74, 400

Howard, James B., 76:311–12

Howard, Jay R.: book review by, 109:508–10

Howard, Jim, 99:158

Howard, John, 69:248, 79:129, 81:124, 98:376

Howard, John Tasker: and the Book Thieves, 103:58

Howard, Leslie, 98:420

Howard, Oliver O., 84:346, 349–50, 354–55, 91:407, 98:159; and Berea College, 105:636; establishment of Freedmen's Bureau in Ky., 110:510

Howard, Oscar, 81:291, 294–95, 297

Howard, Robert, 71:299

Howard, Victor B., 72:307, 80:77, 90:183–84, 105:392–93; Black Liberation in Kentucky: Emancipation and Freedom, 1862-1884, 110:233; Black Liberation in Kentucky: Emancipation and Freedom, 1862–1884, reviewed, 82:78–79; book note by, 86:99; book reviews by, 69:177–79, 70:149–51, 73:77–79, 74:140, 141, 76:157–59, 77:300–302, 79:392–94, 81:92–94, 83:78–79, 98:117–19; Conscience and Slavery: The Evangelistic Calvinist Domestic Missions, 1837–1861, reviewed, 89:309; The Evangelical War against Slavery and Race: The Life and Times of John G. Fee, reviewed, 95:79–85; "James Madison Pendleton: A Southern Crusader Against Slavery," 74:192–215; Lincoln article by, 106:300; "Lincoln Slave Policy in Kentucky: A Study of Pragmatic Strategy," 80:281–308; "Negro Politics and the Suffrage Question in Kentucky, 1866–1872," 72:111–33; Religion and the Radical Republican Movement, 1860–1870, reviewed, 89:217–18; "Sectionalism, Slavery and Education: New Albany, Indiana, versus Danville, Kentucky," 68:292–310; "The Kentucky Presbyterians in 1849: Slavery and the Kentucky Constitution," 73:217–40; "The Kentucky Press and the Negro Testimony Controversy, 1866–1872," 71:29–50

Howard Female College (Gallatin, Tenn.), 99:293



Howard Law Journal, 70:149

Howard-Pitney, David: book review by, 103:560–61

Howards Creek (Ky.), 72:238

Howard University (Washington, D.C.), 93:177, 99:20, 374–75, 376, 109:329, 333, 110:545–46; and Afred Milton Carroll, 109:347



Howard W. Odum's Folklore Odyssey: Transformation to Tolerance through African American Folk Studies, by Lynn Moss Sanders: reviewed, 103:818–19

Howarth, John, 92:44



How Democracies Perish, by Jean-Francois Revel: reviewed, 83:379–80

Howe, Abraham, 76:279

Howe, Albert, 98:354

Howe, Barbara J.: and Emory L. Kemp, eds., Public History: An Introduction, noted, 85:285

Howe, Daniel Walker: The Political Culture of the American Whigs, reviewed, 79:187–89; What Hath God Wrought: The Transformation of America, 1815-1848, reviewed, 106:254–56

Howe, Edward, 76:278–79

Howe, Ezra: Paris Female Academy of, 73:140

Howe, Frederic, 77:40

Howe, Jacob, 76:274

Howe, John, 75:163

Howe, Richard, 70:326, 105:256

Howe, Samuel Gridley, 72:150, 165, 167, 169

Howe, Timothy, 110:376, 385, 394

Howe, William, 70:326, 71:461

Howe, W. T. H.: book collection of, 103:59; and the Book Thieves, 103:58

Howe Brothers of the American Revolution, The, by Ira D. Gruber: reviewed, 70:326–28

Howell, Benel, 110:521–22

Howell, Jeff Davis, 107:404

Howell, Jeffy D., 73:424

Howell, Jerry Funce, 107:408–9; and the War on Poverty in Breathitt County, Ky., 107:413

Howell, Robert B., 74:206, 207

Howell, Treva Louise: testimony to U.S. House Committee on Education and Labor, 107:414–16; and the War on Poverty in Breathitt County, Ky., 107:403–4, 408, 411, 413

Howell, William Hunting: book review by, 105:484–86

Howell, W. R., 75:116

Howells, William Dean, 76:254



How Far the Promised Land? World Affairs and the American Civil Rights Movement from the First World War to Vietnam, by Jonathan Rosenberg: reviewed, 105:146–48

"How Historical Archaeology Works: A Case Study of Slave Houses at Locust Grove," by Amy Lambeck Young, Philip J. Carr, and Joseph E. Granger, 96:167–91



How Kentucky Became Southern: A Tale of Outlaws, Horse Thieves, Gamblers, and Breeders, by Maryjean Wall: reviewed, 109:78–80

Howland, Marguerite S., 70:233

Howlett, Andy, 98:170–71

How Much Is That in Real Money? A Historical Price Index for Use as a Deflator of Money Values in the Economy of the United States, by John J. McCusker: noted, 92:447–48

How New York Became American, 1890-1924, by Angela M. Blake: reviewed, 105:322–24

How Old Are You? Age Consciousness in American Culture, by Howard P. Chudacoff: reviewed, 89:231–32

Howorth, Lisa: comp., Yellow Dogs, Hushpuppies, and Bluetick Hounds: The Official Encyclopedia of Southern Culture Quiz Book, noted, 95:117



How Race is Made: Slavery, Segregation, and the Senses, by Mark M. Smith: reviewed, 104:318–20

How the North Won: A Military History of the Civil War, by Herman Hattaway and Archer Jones: reviewed, 82:93–94

How the Vote Was Won: Woman Suffrage and the Western United States, 1868–1914, by Rebecca J. Mead: reviewed, 102:248–50

How the West Was Lost: The Transformation of Kentucky from Daniel Boone to Henry Clay, by Stephen Aron, 105:49–50; reviewed, 94:422–23

"How to Stay Elected: A Story of Local Political Success," by J. B. Shannon, 79:162–74



How We Talked and Common Folks, by Verna Mae Slone: reviewed, 107:267–69

How Young Ladies Became Girls: The Victorian Origins of American Girlhood, by Jane H. Hunter: reviewed, 101:526–27

Hoy, Jones, 107:12–13

Hoy, Thomas P.: biographical sketch of, 105:591; Ky. Regiment, 105:588

Hoyle, Lydia Huffman: book review by, 101:341–43

Hoy's Station, Ky.: frontier agriculture at, 107:12

Hrisko, Peter: They Can't Take That Away from Me: The Odyssey of an American POW, reviewed, 101:189–92

Hsieh, Wayne Wei-Siang: book review by, 109:217–19

Huang, Nian-Sheng: Benjamin Franklin in American Thought and Culture, 1790-1990, reviewed, 94:74–76

Hubbard, A. H., 72:114

Hubbard, Austin: business of, 109:306

Hubbard, Carroll, 99:218

Hubbard, Harlan: Shantyboat: A River Way of Life, reviewed, 77:242–44; Shantyboat Journal, noted, 93:126–27

Hubbard, Henry, 68:135

Hubbard, John Milton, 73:24

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

Hubbell, John T., 74:348; book review by, 80:349–51; ed., "Stand By the Colors: The Civil War Letters of Leander Stem,," 73:171–94, 291–313, 396–415; and James W. Geary, eds., Biographical Dictionary of the Union: Northern Leaders of the Civil War, reviewed, 94:192–93

Hubble, William, 69:132

Huber, Patrick: Linthead Stomp: The Creation of Country Music in the Piedmont South, reviewed, 106:288–91

Hubert, Pooley, 97:433

Hubert, Thomas S., 91:169, 170

Huch, Ronald K.: "The Civil War Letters of Herbert Saunders," 69:17–29

Huddleston, Edwin, 104:466

Huddleston, Eugene L.: Uncle Sam's Locomotives: The USRA and the Nation's Railroads, reviewed, 100:546–47

Huddleston, Walter D., 83:62, 99:27, 216, 104:475, 500

Hudson, ——, 68:219

Hudson, Angela Pulley: Creek Paths and Federal Roads: Indians, Settlers, and Slaves and the Making of the American South, reviewed, 109:91–93

Hudson, Charles: and Robbie Ethridge, eds., The Transformation of the Southeastern Indians, 1540–1760, reviewed, 100:360–62

Hudson, Charles M.: ed., Four Centuries of Southern Indiana, reviewed, 74:245–47

Hudson, Daniel, 71:73

Hudson, James J.: In Clouds of Glory: American Airmen Who Flew with the British During the Great War, reviewed, 89:221

Hudson, J. Blaine: "Abraham Lincoln: An African American Perspective," 106:513–35; ed., Encyclopedia of the Underground Railroad, noted, 104:805; Fugitive Slaves and the Underground Railroad in the Kentucky Borderland, review essay, 101:93–108; Lincoln bicentennial presentation by, 106:301, 304; paper by, 109:292; scholarship of, 109:284; "'Upon This Rock'—The Free African American Community of Antebellum Louisville, Kentucky," 109:295–326

Hudson, John, 92:59

Hudson, John C.: Making the Corn Belt: A Geographical History of Middle Western Agriculture, reviewed, 93:100–102

Hudson, Lewis C.: and the U.S. Marine Corps Reserve, 110:136–37

Hudson, L. L., 86:29

Hudson, Manley, 77:51–53

Hudson, Michael A., 99:209; book review by, 91:333–35

Hudson, Patricia L.: and Sandra L. Ballard, eds., Listen Here: Women Writing in Appalachia, listed, 102:152

Hudson, Valerie L.: book review by, 106:274–75

Hudson Bay Company (Canada), 74:136–37

Huebner, Andrew: book review by, 109:500–502

Huebner, Timothy S., 105:278; book review by, 101:493–95

Huey, O. M., 90:246

Huey Long, by T. Harry Williams: reviewed, 68:376

Huff, Corby, 84:169–70

Huff, J. P., 98:249

Huffman, Ben, 68:228

Huffman, J. M., 71:428

Huffman, Morris, 98:390, 397, 400–401, 403

Huffman family, 68:228

Huger, Benjamin, 70:34–35

Huggett, Howard L.: witness of Gene Wheeler's death, 102:40, 51–52

Hughes, —, 69:258

Hughes, ——, 89:163–64

Hughes, Archer B.: illus., 102:57

Hughes, Brenda Lee Garner: article about, 109:284, 293–94; death of, 109:464–65; evaluation as a basketball official, 109:447–48, 450–56; family of, 109:435, 450; illus., 109:455; Kentucky Girls' High School State Basketball Tournament, 109:456–63; and the Kentucky High School Athletic Association, 109:439, 441; and Kentucky High School Basketball, 109:433–65; and the Lexington, Ky., parks and recreation program, 109:443–45; Lexington Herald-Leader article about, 109:433, 453–54; and the Lexington Senior Dirt Bowl, 109:448–49

Hughes, Charles Evans, 70:131, 76:291, 84:161, 95:54; Edward F. Prichard's evaluation of, 104:471–72; relationship with Felix Frankfurter, 104:464–67

Hughes, Genevieve: and civil rights protests in Frankfort, Ky., 109:379–80

Hughes, Harold, 83:128

Hughes, James, 68:123, 266, 95:343, 345

Hughes, John: and Jesuits, 108:237; Twenty-second Kentucky Union Infantry Regiment, 105:666–67

Hughes, John B., 97:288

Hughes, John T., 72:409

Hughes, J. W., 83:256

Hughes, Lewis Nichols, 72:202–3

Hughes, Lucy Lee, 109:450

Hughes, Mary E., 90:267, 269

Hughes, Michael: and the interstate slave trade, 103:697

Hughes, Monique, 109:450

Hughes, Mrs. ——, Perryville, Ky., 92:386, 398

Hughes, Mrs. Thomas, 69:250

Hughes, Nathaniel Cheairs Jr.: The Battle of Belmont: Grant Strikes South, reviewed, 90:397–99; book reviews by, 81:95–97, 83:157–59, 85:85–87, 91:96–97, 93:224–25; Kentucky Memories of Uncle Sam Williams, reviewed, 78:269–70; The Pride of the Confederate Artillery: The Washington Artillery in the Army of Tennessee, reviewed, 96:403–5; and Roy P. Stonesifer Jr., The Life and Wars of Gideon J. Pillow, reviewed, 92:218–20; and S. Kittrell Rushing, eds., Refugitta of Richmond: The Wartime Recollections, Grave and Gay, of Constance Cary Harrison, noted, 109:148; with Thomas Clayton Ware: Theodore O'Hara: Poet-Soldier of the Old South, reviewed, 96:387–89

Hughes, Nicky: book review by, 77:207–9; "Fort Boone and the Civil War Defense of Frankfort," 88:148–62; and Russell Hatter, Historic Images of Frankfort, noted, 104:806

Hughes, Robert E., 94:255

Hughes, Susan Lyons: book reviews by, 92:95–97, 95:429–33

Hughes, Thomas, 68:57, 69:249–50

Hughes, Wallace T., 94:255, 95:45

Hughes, W. E., 72:388

Hughes, William Henry, 71:240

Hughes Station, Ky., 68:233

Hughlett, Daniel L., 109:422

Huguelet, Guy A., 88:174

Huguely, Beatrice: civil rights leadership of, 109:392; and civil rights protests in Richmond, Ky., 109:386–88

Huibregste, Jon R.: American Railroad Labor and the Genesis of the New Deal, 1919-1935, reviewed, 108:159–61

Hukell, L.: battle of Lake Erie, 105:215

Hulbert, Hilda, 93:83

Hulett, James, 95:420

Hull, Capt. ——, 85:325

Hull, Cordell, 76:132, 100:160–61

Hull, Isaac, 71:440

Hull, Jacob, 108:79, 82–83

Hull, Nathaniel, 69:246

Hull, N. E. H.: and Peter Charles Hoffer, Roe v. Wade: The Abortion Rights Controversy in American History, reviewed, 100:123–24

Hull, William, 68:242, 247, 72:39, 337, 88:402, 403, 405; during the War of 1812, 104:6, 12, 105:200

Hull House (Chicago, Ill.): and Sophonisba Preston Breckinirdge, 101:62

Hulse, Thomas L., 74:117

Hulsebosch, Daniel J.: Constituting Empire: New York and the Transformation of Constitutionalism in the Atlantic World, 1664–1830, reviewed, 104:300–302

Hulsemann, Johann Georg: and the Hungarian revolution, 107:573–74

Human, Julie: "A Woman Rebels? Gender Roles in 1930s Motion Pictures," 98:405–28

Humana (Louisville, Ky.), 99:256

Human Relations Commission (Louisville, Ky.), 104:240–42; formation of, 104:238; and the public accommodations ordinance, 109:375–76

Human Relations Committee (Louisville, Ky.), 109:415–16

"Human Side: Politics, the Great Depression, and the New Deal in Lexington, Kentucky, 1929–35," by James Duane Bolin, 90:256–83



Human Tradition in the New South, The: edited by James C. Klotter, noted, 104:808–9

Human Tradition in the Old South, The, by James C. Klotter: noted, 103:845

Humbard, Rex,, 94:286



Humblest May Stand Forth, The: Rhetoric, Empowerment and Abolition, by Jacqueline Bacon: reviewed, 100:528–29

Humboldt, Kans.: Burritt Hamilton Fee and John G. Fee in, 105:636–38

Humboldt Valley (Nev.), 79:104–5

Hume, Alfred: letter of, illus., 103:250

Hume, Coral: Louisville, Ky., 103:629

Hume, David, 75:332, 105:256

Hume, E. E., 88:444, 98:94

Humeau, ——: visit to Louisville, Ky., 71:369

Humes, Archie, 98:390

Hummewell (Greenup County, Ky.), 68:226

Humphrey, Alexander Pope, 68:4–6, 8, 71:218

Humphrey, Edward, 68:294

Humphrey, Edward P., 73:221, 238, 92:355

Humphrey, George, 76:255

Humphrey, George Magoffin, 82:53

Humphrey, Hubert H., 88:203, 90:164, 99:43, 100:3; and the 1960 presidential primary, 107:373–75; The Education of a Public Man: My Life and Politics, reviewed, 75:167–69

Humphrey, Thomas J., 90:250; book review by, 106:249–50

Humphrey, William P., 97:298

Humphreys, Bob, 104:562; 1956 Democratic state convention, 104:561

Humphreys, Charles, 79:28

Humphreys, Elizabeth, 69:191–92

Humphreys, Joshua, 70:249

Humphreys, Margaret: Malaria: Poverty, Race and Public Health in the United States, reviewed, 100:516–18

Humphreys, Robert, 79:230, 232, 235

Humphries, Edna, 89:267, 268

Humphries, Robert L.: ed., Journal of Archibald C. McKinley, reviewed, 90:200–202

Hundley, J. B., 84:367–69, 374

Hundley, Patrick, 80:53–54

Hungary, 74:69; revolution against Austria, 107:572–76

Hungering for America: Italian, Irish, and Jewish Foodways in the Age of Migration, by Hasia R. Diner: reviewed, 100:96–98

Hunner, Jon: book review by, 105:756–57

Hunsaker, Abram: family of, 69:270

Hunt, Abijah, 81:127

Hunt, Abraham Dogworthy: "An Ode to the Greeks," 72:169

Hunt, Anna, 110:332

Hunt, Archibald Anderson: and John Hunt Morgan, 108:20, 22

Hunt, Bridgeford & Company (Louisville, Ky.), 107:60

Hunt, Catherine (Grosh), 97:392

Hunt, D. Bradford: Blueprint for Disaster: The Unraveling of Chicago Public Housing, reviewed, 110:226–28

Hunt, Dr. ——, 85:332

Hunt, George, 84:270

Hunt, G. Robert: land development by, 107:60–61

Hunt, John, 81:127, 94:124

Hunt, John Wesley, 71:323, 74:233, 97:384–85, 391, 392; home of, 76:57; sale of land to Matthew Kennedy, 103:504–6

Hunt, Michael H.: American Ascendancy, The: How the United States Gained and Wielded Global Dominance, reviewed, 105:546–49

Hunt, Miss ——: and Alben W. Barkley, 92:39

Hunt, M. P., 74:114

Hunt, Ray C.: and Bernard Norling, Behind Japanese Lines: An American Guerrilla in the Philippines, reviewed, 85:276–77

Hunt, Thomas, 69:101

Hunt, Thomas H., 72:300, 97:179

Hunt, Washington, 68:25

Hunt, William G., 72:156

Hunter, ——, 89:387

Hunter, Ann, 88:325, 328; and civil rights protests in Frankfort, Ky., 109:377

Hunter, Carol: book review by, 86:92–94

Hunter, David, 72:365, 80:296, 106:584; and the court-martial of Fitz John Porter, 110:414

Hunter, Elizabeth Margaret, 69:7

Hunter, Godfrey, 78:236

Hunter, James S., 110:543

Hunter, Jane H.: How Young Ladies Became Girls: The Victorian Origins of American Girlhood, reviewed, 101:526–27

Hunter, J. D., 108:24

Hunter, John, 100:482

Hunter, Joseph, 81:21

Hunter, J. W., 69:7

Hunter, Mary B., 89:156

Hunter, Miles, 68:66

Hunter, Mrs. ——, 68:13

Hunter, Nancy Ann, 81:12

Hunter, Phyllis Whitman: Purchasing Identity in the Atlantic World: Massachusetts Merchants, 1670–1780, reviewed, 100:209–10

Hunter, Richard, 71:459

Hunter, W. E., 93:142–43

Hunter, W. Godfrey, 76:286

Hunter, W. Godfrey, 98:99; illus., 100:12; and whipping issue, 100:11–12

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