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



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Arsenal of World War II: The Political Economy of American Warfare, 1940–1945, by Paul A. C. Koistinen: reviewed, 103:819–21

Arsenault, Raymond: book review by, 88:85–86



Art and Artists of the South: The Robert P. Coggins Collection, by Bruce W. Chambers: reviewed, 83:285–86

Arter, James, 89:19

Arter, William, 89:19

Arthur, Alexander A., 98:50

Arthur, Chester A., 74:253, 99:15

Arthur, Gabriel, 69:286, 70:235

Arthur, Lila Bently, 90:369

Arthur Campbell: Pioneer and Patriot of the "Old Southwest," by Hartwell L. Quinn: noted, 89:332

Arthur E. Stilwell, Promoter With A Hunch, by Keith L. Bryant Jr.: reviewed, 70:348–50

Arthur M. Schlesinger Jr., and the Ideological History of American Liberalism, by Stephen P. DePoe: reviewed, 93:118–20

Articles of Confederation, 71:196, 74:279–80, 110:255, 380, 397



Articulating Rights: Nineteenth-Century American Women on Race, Reform, and the State, by Alison M. Parker: reviewed, 108:132–34

Artisans in the North Carolina Backcountry, by Johanna Miller Lewis: reviewed, 93:472–74

Artisan Workers in the Upper South: Petersburg, Virginia, 1820-1865, by L. Diane Barnes: reviewed, 106:256–58

Artist in Treason, An: The Extraordinary Double Life of General James Wilkinson, by Andro Linklater: reviewed, 107:577–78

Artists on the Left: American Artists and the Communist Movement, 1926–1956, by Andrew Hemingway: reviewed, 100:404–6

Art of Carving in the Home, by Duncan Hines, 97:31

Art of Command in the Civil War, edited by Steven E. Woodworth: reviewed, 97:474–75

Art of Lee Miller,The, by Mark Haworth-Booth: reviewed, 105:741–42

Art of Paul Sawyier, The, by Arthur F. Jones: reviewed, 75:235–36

Art of Taming and Educating the Horse (1886), by Dennis Magner, 108:208

Art of the American Snapshot, The: From the Collection of Robert F. Jackson, by Sarah Greenough and Diane Waggoner: reviewed, 106:128–29

Arvey, Jacob M., 76:127



ARVN: Life and Death in the South Vietnamese Army, by Robert K. Brigham: reviewed, 105:362–63

Asboth, Alexander: Federal occupation of Ky., 110:393

Asbury, Daniel, 83:18

Asbury, Eslie, 75:154; book note by, 84:234–35; Both Sides of The River, noted, 83:295; Horse Sense and Humor in Kentucky, noted, 80:251; Not Under Oath, noted, 86:311

Asbury, Francis, 73:212; on the trans-Appalachian frontier, 82:334–57

Asbury, John Wesley: political campaign of, 108:365–67

Asbury Chapel (Louisville, Ky.), 109:312–14

Asbury College (Wilmore, Ky.), 74:117, 84:283, 304, 100:322–24

Asbury Theological Seminary (Wilmore, Ky.), 74:117

Ash, Stephen V., 97:89; book by, 103:525, 532; Middle Tennessee Society Transformed, 1860–1870: War and Peace in the Upper South, reviewed, 86:388–89; When the Yankees Came: Conflict and Chaos in the Occupied South, 1861-1865, reviewed, 94:189–90

Ashby, Brother—, 110:20

Ashby, John, 70:282, 72:241

Ashby, LeRoy: With Amusement For All: A History of American Popular Culture since the 1830s, reviewed, 105:185–87

Ashby, Sally, 76:282

Ashcroft, John, 100:459

Ashe, Samuel, 70:30

Ashe, Thomas, 69:184, 72:277, 81:132, 90:38, 94:12, 19, 29–30, 106:205, 218

Ashe County, N.C.: guerrilla warfare in, 103:527; Melungeon migration from, 102:211



Ashes of the Mind: War and Memory in Northern Literature, by Martin Griffin: reviewed, 107:607–9

Asheville, N.C., 70:136, 72:356, 78:44

Asheville Normal School (Asheville, N.C.), 110:57

Ashford, Ed, 84:58, 69

Ashland (Henry Clay Estate, Lexington, Ky.), 68:11–14, 31, 69:187, 194, 70:229, 72:355, 361, 93:26, 94:367, 106:6, 9–10, 506–7, 107:238, 110:245–46; article on, 100:583–84; George A. Ellsworth at, 108:82–83; Henry Clay and, 100:435, 437, 440, 475–81, 495–96, 583–84; historical interpretation at, 100:467, 584, 107:259; horse breeding at, 100:473–96; illus., 100:479, 489, 106:501; James B. Clay and, 100:436, 437, 486–88, 584; John T. Harrington's visit to, 105:667; McDowell family and, 100:488–93, 584; See alsoAshland Stud; Clay, Henry; Clay, James Brown

Ashland (Ky.) Daily Independent, 99:289–90

Ashland (Ky.) Independent, 97:405, 414, 422, 425, 428, 435, 441

Ashland (Ky.) Republican, 96:38

Ashland, Ky., 68:222, 69:89, 70:76, 132, 71:231, 236, 74:24, 90:96, 95:60, 396, 97:404, 109:435; Edward F. Prichard's imprisonment at, 104:529, 533, 538–42; illus., 102:390

Ashland Armcos: article about, 97:403–43

Ashland Bulldogs, 97:405

"Ashland District," 69:363–64

Ashland Elementary School (Lexington, Ky.), 101:262; integration of, 101:267

Ashland Oil and Refining Company (Ashland, Ky.), 69:89

Ashland-on-Tates Creek Pike (Lexington, Ky.), 100:481, 486–87

Ashland Park Stock Farm (Lexington, Ky.), 100:489

Ashland Playhouse, 97:405

Ashland Stud (Lexington, Ky.): end of, 100:486, 493; established, 100:473, 478; Henry Clay and, 100:478–81; Henry Clay McDowell and, 100:488–92; John M. Clay and, 100:481–85; Josephine Clay and, 100:483, 485–86

"Ashland—The Henry Clay Estate," by Kelly B. Hall, 100:583–84

Ashland Tomcats, 97:405, 442

Ashland Woman's Club (Ashland, Ky.), 99:289

Ashley, James M.: views on slavery, 110:368, 370–71

Ashley, Linda Ramsey: book reviews by, 79:201, 90:285–86

Ashley, Turner: biography of, 103:524

Ashmore, Susan Youngblood: Introduction to the Appalachian Kentucky and the War on Poverty special issue of the Register, 107:301–6

Ashmun Association, 75:100–101

Ashwell, Samuel, 74:90

Ashworth, Mrs. Lou, 80:23, 26

Askew, Thomas Lee, 89:276



As Long as They Don't Move Next Door: Segregation and Racial Conflict in American Neighborhoods, by Stephen Grant Meyer: reviewed, 100:400–401

Aspendale Drive (Lexington, Ky.), 109:435



As Rare As Rain: Federal Relief in the Great Southern Drought of 1930–31, by Nan Elizabeth Woodruff: reviewed, 84:98–100

Associated Charities, 72:343

Associated Negro Press: and Alice Dunnigan, 109:289

Associated Press, 73:372, 92:190

Associated Reformed Synod: and Adam Rankin, 106:198; and James McChord, 106:212

Association Against the Prohibition Amendment, 92:191

Association for the Accreditation of Human Research Protection Programs: and institutional review boards, 104:672

Association for the Study of Negro Life and History, 70:326, 93:164

Association of American Universities: and Berea College, 110:51

Association of Catholics Favoring Prohibition, 92:182, 184, 188–89, 194

Association of Personal Historians, 104:619

Association of Women Students: University of Missouri, 102:397

Assumption High School (Louisville, Ky.): Kentucky Girls' High School State Basketball Tournament, 109:457

"'Assurance that Someone Cares': The Baptist Home for Business Girls, Louisville, Kentucky, 1923–1928," by Keith Harper, 98:23–42

Astor, Aaron, 110:234, 236, 440, 478; essay by, 110:567; Rebels on the Border: Civil War, Emancipation, and the Reconstruction of Kentucky and Missouri, reviewed, 110:607–9; "The Crouching Lion's Fate: Slave Politics and Conservative Unionism in Kentucky, 110:293–326

Astor, John Jacob, 74:137

Astor House (New York, N.Y.), 68:10

Asylum settlement (Pa.), 70:320–23

Atalantas: as a name for girls' basketball teams, 109:153, 158, 160

At America's Gates: Chinese Immigration During the Exclusion Era, 1882–1943, by Erika Lee: reviewed, 101:362–64

At Berkeley in the '60s: The Education of an Activist, 1961–1965, by Jo Freeman: reviewed, 102:147–48

Atchison, David Rice, 76:317

Atchison, Samuel, 92:137

Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railroad, 71:324



At Freedom's Edge: Black Mobility and the Southern White Quest for Racial Control, 1861–1915, by William Cohen: reviewed, 90:202–3

Athenaeum (Cincinnati, Ohio): See Saint Xavier College

Athens, Ala., 77:182

Athens, Ga., 73:207

Athens, Tenn., 73:124

Atherton, John M., 75:43

Atherton High School (Louisville, Ky.): and school segregation, 105:18

Atherton's Ferry (Hardin County, Ky.), 106:315; Lincoln family near, 106:484; slaves at, 106:351

Athletic Association (University of Ky.), 88:166–67, 170–71, 174–75, 178–79

athletics: integration of at the University of Ky., 103:446–47; Ky. high school girls' basketball, 109:153–86, 433–66; University of Ky., Thomas D. Clark commentary on, 103:445–58; women's sports at the University of Ky., 93:422–45

Athol, Mass., 93:181

At Home in the Hoosier Hills: Agriculture, Politics, and Religion in Southern Indiana, 1810–1870, by Richard F. Nation: reviewed, 103:786–87

At Home in the Studio: The Professionalization of Women Artists in America, by Laura R. Prieto: reviewed, 100:386–89

Atkin, Natalie: book reviews by, 99:330–32, 108:301–3

Atkins, Hiram, 102:70–71

Atkins, Jacqueline Marx: Shared Threads: Quilting Together—Past and Present, noted, 94:111–12

Atkins, Jonathan M.: Parties, Politics, and Sectional Conflict in Tennessee, 1832–1861, reviewed, 95:194–97

Atkinson, Henry: and the Black Hawk War, 102:506–7

Atkinson, John, 90:100

Atkinson, Ted: book review by, 105:341–43



Atlanta (Ga.) Constitution: on Fred M. Vinson, 75:307

Atlanta, 1847–1890: City Building in the Old South and the New, by James Michael Russell: reviewed, 87:69–70

Atlanta, Ga., 70:145, 75:135, 138, 78:44, 54, 93:61, 94:162, 165–66, 95:7, 26, 98:261, 99:372, 110:555; battle of, effects of, 79:219; black branch library in, 93:162, 168, 174; Chamber of Commerce, 92:72; during Civil War, 75:124, 77:174–82, 106:530, 110:431; fall of, 75:132; Fort Benning branch POW camp at, 105:445; George A. Ellsworth in, 108:79; riot in, 107:354; state capital relocation issue, 104:266

Atlanta & West Point Railroad, 97:253

Atlanta Exposition Cookbook, compiled by Mrs. Henry Lumpkin Wilson: reviewed, 83:85–86

Atlanta University (Atlanta, Ga.), 99:375; buildings of, 92:72

Atlantic Charter (1941), 95:292

Atlantic Coast Line, 76:292



Atlantic Monthly, 72:221, 104:425, 543; on female singleness, 93:76

Atlantic World, 76:110

Atlas of Antebellum Southern Agriculture, by Sam Bowers Hilliard: reviewed, 84:81–82

Atlas of Graves County, Kentucky, by B. N. Griffing: reviewed, 69:287–89

Atlas of Historical County Boundaries: Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, and Rhode Island, edited by John H. Long: noted, 93:511

Atlas of Kentucky, edited by Richard Ulack, Karl Raitz, and Gyula Pauer, 97:84; reviewed, 97:445–47

Atlas of the City of Louisville 1876: reviewed, 74:143–44

Atlas of World Population History, by Colin McEvedy and Richard Jones: noted, 79:98

At Odds: Women and the Family in America from the Revolution to the Present, by Carl N. Degler: reviewed, 79:378–80

Attack and Die: Civil War Military Tactics and the Southern Heritage, by Grady McWhiney and Perry D. Jamieson: reviewed, 81:449–50

At the Crossroads: Indians and Empires on a Mid-Atlantic Frontier, 1700–1763, by Jane T. Merritt: reviewed, 101:126–28

At the Edge of the Precipice: Henry Clay and the Compromise that Saved the Union, by Robert V. Remini: reviewed, 108:255–57

At the Falls: Richmond, Virginia, and Its People, by Marie Tyler-McGraw: noted, 93:385–86

At the Precipice: Americans North and South during the Secession Crisis, by Shearer Davis Bowman: reviewed, 109:486–88

At the Water's Edge: American Politics and the Vietnam War, by Melvin Small: reviewed, 104:200–201

Attica, N.Y., 71:216

Attwell, Cordelia A., 71:231

Atwater, Caleb: description of Louisville, 106:61

Atwater, Mr. —, 108:73–74

Atwood, Rufus B., 99:12, 20–21, 101:1, 109:283; and Charles Eubanks, 109:336; civil rights and Kentucky State College, 88:318–34; and civil rights protests in Frankfort, Ky., 109:376–78; and school desegregation, 109:332–33, 342, 345

Atzerodt, George, 74:248

Aubespin, Mervin: and public accommodations in Louisville, Ky., 109:404; support for William O. Cowger, 109:426; voter-registration drive in Louisville, Ky., 109:407

Aubrey, Charles Philippe, 69:248

Auburn, Ky., 70:300, 94:47

Auchincloss, Louis: The Vanderbilt Era: Profiles of a Gilded Age, noted, 88:241–42

Audacity of Hope, The, by Barack Obama, 106:443–44

Audoin-Rouzeau, Stéphane: 14-18: Understanding the Great War, reviewed, 100:541–43



Audubon, by John Chancellor: reviewed, 77:298–300

Audubon, John James, 68:326, 329, 71:55–56, 65–67, 82:327–28, 330, 106:473, 107:61; biography of, 103:58; and Daniel Boone, 102:533; illus., 106:46; relationship with George Keats, 106:44–49

Audubon, Victor, 68:326, 329, 335

Audubon: A Retrospective, edited by James H. Dorman and Allison Heaps de Pena: reviewed, 89:303

Audubon Avenue: (Mammoth Cave), 68:326

Audubon Country Club (Louisville, Ky.): development of, 107:60

Audubon magazine, 91:202

Audubon Park (Louisville, Ky.): development of, 107:60–61, 63

Audubon Park Land Company (Louisville, Ky.): land development by, 107:60

Audubon: The Kentucky Years, by L. Clark Keating: reviewed, 75:145

Auerbach, Jerold, 98:183

Auerbach, Nina, 93:73–74

Auglaize River (Philippines), 104:18

Augusta, Ga., 69:7, 70:37, 145, 73:123, 75:138, 99:63; George A. Ellsworth in, 108:110

Augusta, Ky., 94:64, 95:169, 187; free African Americans in, 109:299; George A. Ellsworth in, 108:103–6; and public school reform, 109:56

Augusta College (Bracken County, Ky.), 69:330; and John G. Fee, 105:619

Augusta County, Va., 100:330, 332, 106:496; Matthew Kennedy family in, 103:495; out-migration, 106:343

Augustana College (Sioux Falls, S. Dak.): and Arthur Larson, 105:469

Augustin, Donatien: Louisiana Legion, 105:586

Augustin I: Mexico, 72:78

Aunt Jane of Kentucky, by Eliza Calvert Hall: noted, 93:505–6

Au Revoir (horse), 100:495

Aurora, Ky.: TVA dam project near, 97:49–50, 54–55, 60, 62–63, 65–67, 69, 71–72, 76, 80

Auroro, Ind., 70:84

Auschwitz, 95:139–41

Austerlitz (horse), 100:485

Austin, Allan W.: book reviews by, 101:362–64, 104:359–61, 105:156–58

Austin, Chapman: bill of Daniel Boone, 102:550

Austin, Colonel——, 99:349–50

Austin, Hilary Mac: and Kathleen Thompson, eds., Children of the Depression, reviewed, 100:406–7

Austin, James T., 72:215

Austin, J. B., 71:91

Austin, J. P., 75:128

Austin, Moses, 68:125, 71:1, 81:237, 90:69, 91:322

Austin, Stephen F., 68:125, 71:1–2, 5–7, 9–11, 90, 99–100, 104, 81:237

Austin, Tex.: American Missionary Association ministers in, 105:636; Bergstrom Field, 102:45; Burritt Hamilton Fee and John G. Fee in, 105:637–39

Austin, Verne, 105:443

Austin, William, 73:332

Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary (Austin, Tex.), 74:111

Australia's Vietnam War, by Jeff Doyle, Jeffrey Grey, and Peter Pierce: reviewed, 100:417–18

Austria, 72:147; and the Hungarian revolution, 107:572–76; and Naples, 107:564; and the Russo-Turkish War, 107:566; and the Spanish New World empire, 107:564; Thomas D. Clark commentary on, 103:236–37; during World War II, 110:86



Authorized to Heal: Gender, Class and the Transformation of Medicine in Appalachia, 1880–1930, by Sandra Lee Barney: reviewed, 99:320–22

Autobiography of a Female Slave, by Mattie Griffith: noted, 96:217

Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin, 105:249, 256, 260, 262, 266–67

Autobiography of Malcolm X, The, by Alex Haley, 75:246

Auto Mechanics: Technology and Expertise in Twentieth-Century America, by Kevin L. Borg: reviewed, 105:528–30

Autry, Micajah, 71:25

Auvergne (Bourbon County, Ky.): estate of Green Clay, 108:354

Auxier, Jean L., 68:81, 70:76

Auxier family, 69:287

Avary, Miss., 73:424

Averill, William H., Frankfort: biographical sketch of, 103:479

Averill family: genealogy, 101:20

Avondale Heights (Paducah, Ky.): during 1937 flood, 102:193, 195–96, 199; illus., 102:197, 198; refugees moved to, 102:198

Avon Lake, Ohio: B. F. Goodrich plant, 102:162–63

Avrich, Paul: Sacco and Vanzetti: The Anarchist Background, reviewed, 89:420–21

Away, I'm Bound Away: Virginia and the Westward Movement, by David Hackett Fischer and James C. Kelly: reviewed, 92:415–17

Away Down South: A History of Southern Identity, by James C. Cobb: reviewed, 104:785–87

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

Axford, Faye Action: ed., The Journals of Thomas Hubbard Hobbs, reviewed, 75:335–37

Axis POWs: Fort Benning, Ga., 105:417–60

Axley, James, 82:352

Axson, Ga.: Fort Benning branch POW camp at, 105:446

Axson, Stockton: "Brother Woodrow": A Memoir of Woodrow Wilson, reviewed, 92:429–30

Axtell, James: Natives & Newcomers: The Cultural Origins of North America, reviewed, 99:165–67

Axtell, Samuel Beach, 70:86

Axton, W. F.: Tobacco and Kentucky, reviewed, 73:325

Aycock, Charles Brantley, 83:186

Ayer, Perley, 87:43–44, 48, 53; and the Council of the Southern Mountains, 107:346, 364

Ayers, Edward L., 98:244, 106:496; The Promise of the New South: Life after Reconstruction, reviewed, 91:355–57; Vengeance and Justice: Crime and Punishment in the Nineteenth-Century American South, reviewed, 83:79–81; What Caused the Civil War?: Reflections on the South and Southern History, reviewed, 104:787–89

Ayers, John, 110:507–8

Ayres, Mott, 82:238–41

Aztec Club: Mexican War veterans, 105:582


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Babbage, Bob, 99:276; 1995 gubernatorial primary, 102:73–74; and public-school reform, 109:60

Babcock, Stephen Moulton: milk tester of, 92:278

Baber, Adin, 92:132

Bach, Jennifer, 109:205

Bache, Alexander Dallas, 79:311

Bache, Benjamin, 105:260

Bache, Franklin, 94:399

Bache, Richard, 105:255

Bache, Sarah, 105:255

Bachman, Frank, 93:317

Back, Kenneth, 83:129–30



Backcountry Towns of Colonial Virginia, The, by Christopher E. Hendricks: reviewed, 105:285–87

Backenstos, Jacob B., 105:246



Background to Glory: The Life of George Rogers Clark, by John Bakeless: reviewed by Thomas D. Clark, 103:338–39

Back of the Big House: The Architecture of Plantation Society, by John Michael Vlach: reviewed, 91:435–36

Back to the Front: An Accidental Historian Walks the Trenches of World War I, by Stephen O'Shea: reviewed, 96:102–5

Backus, Gertrude, 92:39

Backus, William: book review by, 108:280–82

Backward Glance: vol. 2, by Ouida Jewell, reviewed, 74:355; vol. 3, by Ouida Jewell, reviewed, 77:244–45

Bacon, ——, 89:29

Bacon, Albert G., 75:87–88

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

Bacon, Lenice Ingram: American Patchwork Quilts, reviewed, 72:176–77

Bacon, Margaret Hope: But One Race: The Life of Robert Purvis, reviewed, 105:493–94

Bacon College (Harrodsburg, Ky.), 73:232

Bacon Creek (Ky.), 69:117, 71:177, 182; bridge at, 108:60

Bad Axe (Mich.): battle of the, 75:319

Bade, William Frederick, 74:337

Badeau, Adam, 72:181

Badge, Oliver, 89:29

Badger, Milton, 73:235

Badgett, J. Chester: History of Campbellsville University, 1906–2006, noted, 104:808

Badin, Stephen Theodore, 68:254–55, 258, 262; as a confessor, 101:293–94; and early Catholicism in Ky., 97:352–54, 357, 359–60, 362, 364–69; and Fr. John Thayer, 101:282, 285, 287, 289–90, 294; illus., 101:288; slaves of, 101:287, 288, 108:217; view of slavery, 108:227

Baer, Michael A.: et al., eds., Political Science in America: Oral Histories of a Discipline, noted, 90:430–31

Baer, Sidney, 71:247

Baer Field (Fort Wayne, Ind.), 102:48

Baesler, Scotty, 102:8, 9

Bagby, George W.: Thomas Hutchison interview, 106:429–30

Bagby, Steadman: book review by, 79:373–74

Bagdad, Ky., 99:246

Bagehot, Walter: Physics and Politics, 72:213

Bagley, W. H., 94:254

Bahr, Ehrhard: Weimar on the Pacific: German Exile Culture in Los Angeles and the Crisis of Modernism, reviewed, 105:536–38

Bailey, Alonzo, 70:329

Bailey, Ann, 93:84

Bailey, Anne J.: book review by, 108:137–38; The Chessboard of War: Sherman and Hood in the Autumn Campaigns of 1864, reviewed, 98:119–20

Bailey, Candace: Music and the Southern Belle: From Accomplished Lady to Confederate Composer, reviewed, 109:232–34

Bailey, Clay Wade, 84:200

Bailey, David T.: Shadow on the Church: Southwestern Evangelical Religion and the Issue of Slavery, 1783–1860, reviewed, 84:216–17

Bailey, Fred A.: book review by, 87:452–54; "Race Ideology and the Missionary Quest of Lucinda and Mary Helm: What Kentucky Patricians Thought They Knew about the 'negro element'," 99:53–68

Bailey, Fred Arthur: Class and Tennessee's Confederate Generation, reviewed, 86:85–86

Bailey, Gamaliel, 69:330

Bailey, Howard Taft: testimony to the National Advisory Commission on Rural Poverty, 107:362–63, 366

Bailey, James: antislavery stance, 102:24

Bailey, James E., 74:80, 82, 84, 169, 187–88

Bailey, John, 81:17; and unification of Baptists in Ky., 110:12; and universalism, 110:27

Bailey, Joseph, 98:95

Bailey, Kenneth P.: Christopher Gist: Colonial Frontiersman, Explorer, and Indian Agent, reviewed, 75:143–45

Bailey, Liberty Hyde: and the Country Life Commission, 107:345

Bailey, Mark Warren: Guardians of the Moral Order: The Legal Philosophy of the Supreme Court, 1860–1910, reviewed, 103:576–77

Bailey, Peter James, 71:14, 16

Bailey, Raymond C.: book review by, 75:337–39

Bailey, Richard A.: book review by, 103:549–50

Bailey, Thomas A., 82:59

Bailey, William S., 69:338

Bailyn, Bernard, 75:332, 102:18; reputation of, 104:106; United States historiography, current state of, 104:96–97, 99–100, 103; Whither the Early Republic: A Forum on the Future of the Field, review essay, 104:123–24

Bain, Robert: and Joseph M. Flora, eds., Fifty Southern Writers After 1900: A Bio-Bibliographical Sourcebook, reviewed, 86:89–91; and Joseph M. Flora, eds., Fifty Southern Writers Before 1900: A Bio-Bibliographical Sourcebook, reviewed, 86:391–92

Bainbridge, E. T.: opposition to John C. Frémont, 106:577

Bainbridge, Ga.: Fort Benning branch POW camp at, 105:446

Bainbridge, Judith T.: Academy and College: The History of the Woman's College of Furman University, reviewed, 99:412–13

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