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



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Inside the Third Reich, by Albert Speer, 69:275

Inside the Warren Court, 1953–1969, by Bernard Schwartz and Stephan Lesher: reviewed, 82:312–13

Inside the White House in War Times: Memoirs and Reports of Lincoln's Secretary, by William O. Stoddard, edited by Michael Burlingame: reviewed, 98:329–30

Inside War: The Guerrilla Conflict in Missouri During the American Civil War, by Michael Fellman: reviewed, 88:213–14

Insko, Sam, 76:135

Insko, W. Robert: "Benjamin Bosworth Smith: Kentucky Pioneer Clergyman and Educator," 69:37–86

Inspiration and Authority of the Bible, The, by Benjamin Breckinridge Warfield, 72:333

Institute for Women's Policy Research, 99:250

Institute of Industrial Health, University of Michigan: study of acroosteolysis, 102:165–68

Institute of International Relations of the Vietnamese Ministry for Foreign Affairs, 95:287



Institutes of the Christian Religion, by John Calvin, 72:218

Instructed Conscience, The Shaping of the American National Ethic, The, by D. H. Meyer: reviewed, 71:318–20

Instructor, The (Bourbon County, Ky.), 73:146

Insull, Samuel: issue of power development at Cumberland Falls, 81:25, 33–35, 38, 40–42, 46, 48, 51, 53, 55



Integrating the 40 Acres: The 50-Year Struggle for Racial Equality at the University of Texas, by Dwonna Goldstone: reviewed, 105:764–65

integration: at the University of Ky., Thomas D. Clark commentary on, 103:407–20

Integration Steering Committee: and civil rights protests in Louisville, Ky., 109:372, 374

Intellectual Life in the Colonial South, 1585–1763, by Richard Beale Davis: reviewed, 78:72–73

"Intensive School of Disloyalty: The C. B. Schoberg Case under the Espionage and Sedition Acts in Kentucky during World War I," by Scott A. Merriman, 98:179–204

Interdominational Ministers Council: and civil rights protests in Louisville, Ky., 109:372

"Interloper in the Oligarchy: Livingston County's County Seat Controversy of 1806–1809," by Christopher Waldrep, 78:115–22

Internal Revenue Service, 90:106–7; Edward F. Prichard's tax problems, 104:547–48

International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers: danger of vinyl chloride, 102:179

International Bank for Reconstruction, 79:43, 47–48, 53

International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia, 95:178

International Federation of Trade Unions, 96:370–71, 372

International Harvester: in Benham, Ky., 107:483, 505–8; coal mines of, 86:140; in Louisville, Ky., 104:222, 107:69

International League (baseball), 99:113

International Military Tribunal in Germany (IMT), 95:137, 149, 150, 164, 170, 179

International Monetary Fund, 79:43–44, 48, 54–55, 104:494

International Oral History Conference, 104:666–67

International Red Cross, 100:152; and Axis POWs, 105:435

International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, 72:333

International Union of the United Auto Workers: support for the Bradens, 104:227

International Woman Suffrage Alliance, 72:361

International YMCA: and George Chescheir's POW reeducation program, 105:451



Interpreting Southern History: Historiographical Essays in Honor of Sanford W. Higginbotham, edited by John B. Boles and Evelyn Thomas Nolen: reviewed, 86:78–79

Interracial Intimacy: The Regulation of Race and Romance, by Rachel F. Moran: reviewed, 100:225–26

Interstate Commerce Act (1887), 76:36

Interstate Commerce Commission, 73:351, 76:292, 94:268, 98:275, 286

Interstate Highway Act (1956): passage of, 105:468–69

interurbans: in Frankfort, Ky., 95:395–425

Intervention: How America Became Involved in Vietnam, by George McT. Kahin: noted, 86:201

Intervention in the Caribbean: The Dominican Crisis of 1965, by Bruce Palmer: reviewed, 88:487–88

"Interview with Governor Ned Breathitt on Civil Rights, An: 'The most significant thing that I have ever had a part in,'" by Betsy Brinson and Kenneth H. Williams, 99:5–51



In the Beginning: Fundamentalism, the Scopes Trial, and the Making of the Antievolution Movement, by Michael Lienesch: reviewed, 105:523–24

In the Devil's Snare: The Salem Witchcraft Crisis of 1692, by Mary Beth Norton: reviewed, 101:121–23

In the Game: Race, Identity, and Sports in the Twentieth Century, edited by Amy Bass: reviewed, 104:382–84

In the Hands of a Happy God: The "No-Hellers" of Central Appalachia, by Howard Dorgan: reviewed, 95:307–9

In the Hills of the Pennyroyal: A History of Allen County, Kentucky From 1815–1880, by Louise Horton: reviewed, 74:329–31

In the Shadow of the Patriarch: The John J. Crittenden Family in War & Peace, by Damon R. Eubank: reviewed, 107:264–66

In the Trenches at Petersburg: Field Fortifications & Confederate Defeat, by Earl J. Hess: reviewed, 107:605–7, 108:114

Intimacy and Power in the Old South: Ritual in the Lives of the Planters, by Steven M. Stowe: reviewed, 85:370–71

Intimate Practices: Literary and Cultural Work in U.S. Women's Clubs, 1880–1920, by Anne Ruggles Gere: reviewed, 95:326–27

In Time of War: Hitler's Terrorist Attack on America, by Pierce O'Donnell: reviewed, 104:357–59

Into the Breach: American Women Overseas in World War I, by Dorothy and Carl J. Schneider: reviewed, 90:309

Into the Twenties: The United States from Armistice to Normalcy, by Burt Noggle: reviewed, 73:205

Into the Wilderness: The Lewis and Clark Expedition, by James J. Holmberg: listed, 102:151

Into the Wilderness with the Army of the Potomac, by Robert Garth Scott: reviewed, 84:224–25

Intrenchment Creek (Atlanta, Ga.), 94:166



Invasion of Japan: Alternative to the Bomb, by John Ray Skates: reviewed, 92:435–36

Inventing Modern America: From the Microwave to the Mouse, by David E. Brown: reviewed, 100:391–92

Inventing the Job of President: Leadership Style from George Washington to Andrew Jackson, by Fred I. Greenstein: reviewed, 107:434–36

Invention of Appalachia, by Allen W. Batteau: reviewed, 91:421–23

Invention of Party Politics, The: Federalism, Popular Sovereignty, and Constitutional Development in Jacksonian Illinois, by Gerald Leonard : reviewed, 101:137–39

Invention of the American Political Parties, The: A Study of Political Improvisation, by Roy F. Nichols: reviewed, 71:195–98

Inventory of Kentucky Birth, Marriage, and Death Records, 1852–1910, compiled by Jeffrey Michael Duff: noted, 79:202

Inventory of Kentucky Births, Marriages, and Death Records, 1852–1910, compiled by Jeffrey Duff: noted, 81:341

Inventory of the Records of the Works Projects Administration in Kentucky, compiled by Dennis L. Fielding: noted, 79:202

Invisible Enemies: The American War on Vietnam, 1975-2000, by Edwin A. Martini: reviewed, 106:153–55

Invisible Immigrants: The Adaptation of English & Scottish Immigrants in 19th Century America, by Charlotte Erickson: reviewed, 71:113–14

Invisible Man, by Ralph Ellison, 104:93

Invisible Minority, The, by James Brown and Clyde McCoy, 83:124

Invisible Minority: Urban Appalachians, edited by William W. Philliber and Clyde B. McCoy, with Harry C. Dillingham: reviewed, 80:336–37

Invisible Natives: Myth & Identity in the American Western, by Armando Jose Prats: reviewed, 101:562–63

Iola, Kans.: Burritt Hamilton Fee and John G. Fee in, 105:636–37

IOOF Park (Eminence, Ky.), 100:145

Iowa, 69:179, 70:18, 134, 105:233, 106:368, 110:517; bookmobile projects in, 95:60; Ky. immigrants in, 110:306

Iowa State University (Ames, Iowa): college of law, 70:136; and Norman A. Graebner, 107:551

Iraq, 102:354; and Donald Rumsfeld, 102:354; oral history in, 104:666; and Vietnam analogy, 102:353–55; war in, 109:66

Ireland, 69:43, 219, 265–66, 70:320, 71:16, 72:71, 100:295; emigration to Carroll County, Ky., from, 108:343

Ireland, James: and unification of Baptists in Ky., 110:23–24

Ireland, Kate: illus., 107:358

Ireland, Robert M., 71:330, 78:115, 89:262, 97:98, 100:1; "Acquitted Yet Scorned: The War Trial and the Traditions of Antebellum Kentucky Criminal Justice," 84:107–45; book notes by, 88:239, 91:459–60; book reviews by, 78:259–60, 82:78–79, 83:79–81, 278–79, 85:378–79, 86:82–83, 280–82, 87:446–47, 88:83–84, 91:114–15, 220–21, 93:340–41, 94:435–37, 95:328–30, 98:222–24, 99:437–38, 100:73–75, 370–71, 102:92–94, 404–6, 590–91, 103:547–49, 105:301–3; "Capital Question: Efforts to Relocate Kentucky's Seat of Government," 104:249–83; career at the University of Ky., 104:214; The County Courts in Antebellum Kentucky, reviewed, 70:339–41; "Homicide in Nineteenth Century Kentucky," 81:134–53; illus., 101:6; The Kentucky State Constitution: A Reference Guide, reviewed, 97:449–51; Little Kingdoms: The Counties of Kentucky, 1850–1891, reviewed, 77:51–53; Richard H. Collins Award winner, 101:6; "The Debate over Whipping Criminals in Kentucky," 100:5–27; "The Judicial Murder of Abner Baker, 1844–1845," 88:1–23; "The Politics of the Elective Judiciary during the Period of Kentucky's Third Constitution (1850–91)," 93:387–421; "The Problem of Concealed Weapons in Nineteenth-Century Kentucky," 91:370–85

Ireland, Suzy: and Glen A. McAninch, compilers, Descriptive Guide to the Lawrence W. Wetherby Collection at the University of Kentucky Library's Special Collections Department Modern Political Collections, noted, 82:208

Ireland, William C., 93:409

Irish, 69:156, 158–59, 170; immigration to Louisville, Ky., 109:298, 302; in Louisville, Ky., 69:140–49, 151

Irish Guards, 99:138

Irishman Creek (Knott County, Ky.), 78:203

Iriye, Akira: Power and Culture: The Japanese-American War, 1941–1945, reviewed, 80:477–78; and Warren I. Cohen, eds., The United States and Japan in the Postwar World, reviewed, 87:467



Iron Afloat: The Story of the Confederate Armorclads, by William N. Still Jr.: noted, 83:385

Iron Banks (Columbus, Ky.), 91:394–95, 401

"Ironclads at Fort Donelson," by Edwin C. Bearss: (part I), 74:1–9; (part II), 74:73–84; (part III), 74:167–91

Iron Furnace: A Holocaust Survivor's Story, by George Topas: reviewed, 89:227

Iron Horse and the Constitution, by Richard C. Cortner: reviewed, 92:97–98

Iron Horses, by Edwin Alexander, 69:94

Iron industry: in Caldwell County, Ky., 79:328

Irons, Charles F.: Origins of Proslavery Christianity, The: White and Black Evangelicals in Colonial and Antebellum Virginia, reviewed, 106:247–48

Irons, Janet: book review by, 105:327–29

Irons, Jenny: book review by, 108:441–42; Reconstituting Whiteness: The Mississippi State University Sovereignty Commission, reviewed, 108:303–5

Irons in the Fire: The Business History of the Tayloe Family and Virginia's Gentry, 1700-1860, by Laura Croghan Kamoie: reviewed, 105:690–92

Ironton, Mo., 70:262

Ironton, Ohio, 97:404, 408–9, 411

Ironton Tanks, 97:404–43

"Irony of Southern History, The" by C. Vann Woodward, 69:95

Irony of Southern Religion, by John B. Boles: reviewed, 93:471–72

Iroquois (horse), 100:482

Iroquois Club (Fayette County, Ky.), 100:492

Iroquois Confederacy, 106:334–37

Iroquois Indians, 69:241, 78:304, 90:3, 19, 24, 226, 91:306–7, 308, 311, 100:330

Iroquois Park (Louisville, Ky.), 107:34, 72–73; and Charles D. Jacob, 107:50–52; land development near, 107:57

Iroquois Stock Farm (Fayette County, Ky.), 100:494

Iroquois Trail (N.Y.), 70:72



Irreconcilables, The, by Ralph Stone, 70:143

Irvin, Benjamin: book review by, 109:473–75

Irvin, Helen Deiss: Women in Kentucky, reviewed, 78:262–63

Irvin, Monte, 82:386

Irvin, Patrick, 69:203

Irvin, William Y., 68:212

Irvine, Callender, 88:405, 416

Irvine, Daniel, 92:144, 147, 148

Irvine, Ky., 68:116, 71:297

Irvine, Nettie, 93:61

Irvine, William, 83:230

Irvine-McDowell Park (Richmond, Ky.): desegregation of, 109:386–87

Irving, Henry, 78:34

Irving, Washington, 71:313; George Washington, A Biography, reviewed, 75:62–63

Irving Hotel (Washington, D.C.), 105:583

Irvington, Washington, 97:384



Irvin S. Cobb, by Anita Lawson: reviewed, 83:64–65

Irvin S. Cobb Hotel (Paducah, Ky.): See Cobb Hotel (Paducah, Ky.)

Irwin, Col. ——, 89:18

Irwin, Lucetta, 79:134

Irwin, Ray, 96:292

Irwin, William E., 97:298

Irwin family, 70:52

Irwinville, Georgia: Jefferson Davis state park at, 107:208

Isaac, Barbara, 109:445

Isaac, Paul E.: book review by, 84:93–94

Isaac, Rhys: Landon Carter's Uneasy Kingdom: Revolution and Rebellion on a Virginia Plantation, reviewed, 102:571–73; The Transformation of Virginia, 1740–1790, reviewed, 81:314–16

Isaac, Teresa, 99:259



Isaac Asimov Presents From Harding to Hiroshima: An Anecdotal History of the United States from 1923 to 1945, by Barrington Boardman: reviewed, 86:394–95

Isaac Parker: Federal Justice on the Frontier, by Michael J. Brodhead: reviewed, 102:121–22

Isaacs, Arnold R.: Vietnam Shadows: The War, Its Ghosts, and Its Legacy, reviewed, 96:215–16

"Isaac Shelby and Gubernatorial Campaign of 1812," by H. Dean Peters, 73:340–45

Isaac Shelby: Kentucky's First Governor and Hero of Three Wars, by Sylvia Wrobel and George Grider: reviewed, 72:279–80

Isaacson, Walter, 105:252; Benjamin Franklin: An American Life, review essay, 105:254–57



Isaac Taylor Tichenor: The Creation of the Baptist New South, by Michael E. Williams Sr.: reviewed, 103:772–74

Isenberg, Harvey, 85:228

Isenstadt, Sandy: book reviews by, 99:183–85, 100:98–100, 104:167–69

Isgrig, Naomi, 104:409



I Shared the Dream: The Pride, Passion and Politics of the First Black Woman Senator from Kentucky, by Georgia Davis Powers: reviewed, 94:70–71

Ishizuka, Karen L.: Lost and Found: Reclaiming the Japanese American Incarceration, reviewed, 105:156–58



Ishkoodah (Paducah High School): coverage of girls' basketball, 109:163

Island No. 10 (Mississippi River), 69:394

Island Number 10 (Mississippi River), 73:22, 320, 77:108–11, 94:149

isolationism, 95:38–39, 44

Ison, Delmar, 83:130

Ison, Gideon, 78:202

Israel, Charles A.: book reviews by, 99:70–71, 100:394–96, 102:578–80, 105:176–78, 730–31; Before Scopes: Evangelicalism, Education, and Evolution in Tennessee, reviewed, 102:576–78

Israel, Fred, 104:615



Israelite, The (Cincinnati, Ohio), 110:175; reports on Jews in Louisville, Ky., 110:167

Issues, Virginia: triracial isolate group, 102:212

"'Issues Raised by Vietnam Go to the Very Heart of Who We Think We Are': An Interview with the University of Kentucky's George C. Herring": edited by Kenneth H. Williams, 102:287–355

"Issues Shaping the Present and the Future of the Field of Oral History—Roundtable," edited by Kenneth H. Williams, 104:643–73

"Issues That Have Shaped the Field of Oral History—A Roundtable," edited by Kenneth H. Williams, 104:609–42

Italian-American Society of Louisville: and Italian POWs, 105:437

Italian POWs, 105:419, 424; behavior of, 105:436–37; Camp Andrews, Mass., 105:437; Camp Atterbury, Ind., 105:437; Camp McKay, Boston, Mass., 105:437; and civilian workers, 105:430–31, 438; Fort Benning, Ga., 105:426–39; Fort Knox, Ky., 105:437; Fort Lawton, Washington, 105:437–38; and George Chescheir, 105:417–60; illus., 105:431; labor outside camps, 105:446–48; number in U.S., 105:418; reeducation of, 105:449; return to Italy, 105:456; work-related accidents, 105:430

Italian Regie Company (Italy), 89:387

Italian Service Units, 105:429; creation, 105:419; at Fort Bennng, Ga., 105:434–39

Italy, 72:143, 147; immigrants to Corbin, 100:295; joins Allies during World War II, 105:419, 433; oral history projects in, 104:649–50, 665; POWs in Ky., 100:139, 162, 105:417–60; prejudice against immigrants, 102:222; during World War II, 110:72–73, 80

Ithaca, N.Y., 68:26, 30, 33

It Happened One Night (film), 98:407, 421, 423–25

"'It is Hard to Be What You Have not Seen': Brenda Hughes and the Black and White of the Zebra Shirt—Race and Gender in Kentucky High School Basketball," by Sallie L. Powell:, 109:433–65



"I Tremble for My Country": Thomas Jefferson and the Virginia Gentry, by Ronald L. Hatzenbuehler: reviewed, 105:293–95

Iuka, Miss., battle of, 96:349

Ivan Wilson Amphitheater (Western Kentucky University), 92:71

Ivers, Gregg: and Kevin T. McGuire, eds., Creating Constitutional Change: Clashes over Power and Liberty in the Supreme Court, reviewed, 102:590–91

Iverson, Peter: Barry Goldwater: Native Arizonan, reviewed, 95:456–58

Ivis, Ky., 93:183



Ivory Towers and Nationalist Minds: Universities, Leadership, and the Development of the American State, by Mark R. Nemec: reviewed, 104:741–42

Ivy, The (Bowling Green High School): coverage of girls' basketball, 109:173–74

Iwo Jima, 100:134, 136; and the U.S. Marine Corps Reserve, 110:137



I Wonder as I Wander: The Life of John Jacob Niles, by Ron Pen: reviewed, 110:93–94
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Jablon, Howard: Crossroads of Decision: The State Department and Foreign Policy, 1933–1937, reviewed, 82:201–2

Jablonski, Edward: A Pictorial History of the World War I Years, noted, 84:238–39; A Pictorial History of the World War I Years, reviewed, 78:183–84

Jabour, Anya, 110:485; book reviews by, 99:82–84, 314–15, 106:107–8, 109:75–77, 495–96; Scarlett's Sisters: Young Women in the Old South, reviewed, 106:262–63

Jacinto, Vincente, 83:337–38

Jack, Jimmy, 104:591



Jack and the Wonder Beans, 97:113

Jack Daniel Whiskey: home of, 74:327



Jackie Cochran: Pilot in the Fast Lane, by Doris L. Rich: reviewed, 105:526–28

Jack Jouett House (Woodford County, Ky.): restoration of, 72:427–29

Jackman, Louisa West, 73:332

Jack May's War: Colonel Andrew Jackson May and the Civil War in Eastern Kentucky, Eastern Tennessee, and Southwestern Virginia, by Robert Perry: noted, 97:236–37

Jackson (Ky.) Times: on Indiana law, 84:274

Jackson, __, 85:347, 353

Jackson, Albert, 70:79

Jackson, Andrew, 68:239, 248, 250, 274, 287, 344, 69:99, 185, 236–37, 265, 271, 309–10, 70:104, 137, 71:3, 5, 12, 78, 80–81, 106, 155, 163, 197, 204, 445, 72:154–55, 243, 280–81, 286, 315, 322, 408, 73:92, 256–57, 337, 374, 74:51–52, 54–56, 140, 141, 344, 75:5, 191, 197, 201, 286, 291–92, 317, 319, 76:269, 77:202, 80:200, 368, 81:168–69, 178, 181, 188–89, 196–97, 237–38, 82:74–75, 350, 356, 85:4, 6, 9–14, 20, 24, 26, 87:428, 88:142, 144, 251, 256, 391, 417, 89:32, 243, 92:26, 250, 93:29, 94:354, 356, 360–61, 99:341, 103:666, 106:384, 107:566, 110:442, 444–46, 562–63; and Abraham Lincoln, 106:475; and the battle of New Orleans, 106:25; and Black Hawk, 102:477; Democratic Party of, 110:303–4; described, 100:448, 451–52, 469, 471; diplomacy of', 107:567–69; election of 1824, 102:504–5; era of, 106:498, 507; and Henry Clay, 78:24–25, 124–26, 128–33, 135, 100:427–28, 432–33, 445; illus., 100:433; invasion of Florida, 102:310, 107:553; military appointments of, 106:7; and nullification, 106:389, 110:245, 310, 382; popularity of in Ky., 100:29–57, 440; society and politics in era of, 82:1–27

Jackson, Andrew Jr., 81:175

Jackson, Bernice, 88:288

Jackson, Blyden: A History of Afro-American Literature, vol. 1, The Long Beginning, 1746–1895, reviewed, 88:337–38

Jackson, Brenda K.: Domesticating the West: The Re-creation of the Nineteenth-Century American Middle Class, reviewed, 104:738–39

Jackson, Carlton: book note by, 85:393; book reviews by, 71:195–98, 456–58, 78:370–72, 90:206–7, 91:109–11; The Dreadful Month, noted, 81:461; Hattie: The Life of Hattie McDaniel, reviewed, 88:483–84; Zane Grey, noted, 89:238; Zane Grey, reviewed, 72:282–83

Jackson, Charles Christopher: book review by, 91:354–55

Jackson, Charlie Hall: flood memoir, 102:183–206; illus., 102:185

Jackson, Claiborne Fox, 70:79–80, 76:316

Jackson, Eric R.: book review by, 92:437–38

Jackson, Evelynne L.,, 102:198; during 1937 flood, 102:186, 195, 199–200

Jackson, Harry: World War II letters of, 88:287–317

Jackson, Harvey H.: and Jenny O'Leary, "The Civil War Letters of Captain Daniel O'Leary, U.S.A.," 77:157–85

Jackson, Harvey H. III: New Encyclopedia of Southern Culture, The, vol. 16: Sports & Recreation, noted, 109:149

Jackson, Helen Hunt: Ramona, 73:333

Jackson, Henry, 72:191, 88:147

Jackson, Herbert, 95:398

Jackson, James, 70:38–39

Jackson, James C., 105:629

Jackson, James S., 75:90, 77:3, 79:26, 80:284, 96:329; opposition to First Confiscation Act, 106:577

Jackson, Jarvis, 75:231

Jackson, Jesse, 91:416, 99:231

Jackson, Joe, 78:347

Jackson, John C., 75:231

Jackson, John H., 71:233, 83:253, 263, 98:247

Jackson, Jordan, 98:251–52

Jackson, Jordan Carlisle, 89:157

Jackson, Joseph, 83:5–6, 18

Jackson, J. Samuel: during 1937 flood, 102:186–92

Jackson, Juanita, 88:288

Jackson, Judge ——, 69:148

Jackson, Kenneth T., 99:385

Jackson, Ky., 98:380, 381, 104:591; visit of Lady Bird Johnson to, 107:403–4

Jackson, Lawrence: book review by, 102:257–59

Jackson, Mary, 94:379

Jackson, Miss., 94:158–59; Civil War Round Table, 72:300–301; Twenty-second Kentucky Union Infantry Regiment at, 105:674–75

Jackson, Mo., 70:262–63

Jackson, Mrs. E. Belle Mitchell, 89:148, 156, 164, 177–78

Jackson, Ohio, 97:404

Jackson, Pete, 78:347

Jackson, Polk, 78:348

Jackson, Rachel Donelson, 69:271, 78:132, 100:452

Jackson, Rebecca, 99:259; gubernatorial candidacy, 102:10

Jackson, Robert H., 70:133, 75:306, 104:463, 477, 482; and Edward F. Prichard's appeal to the Supreme Court, 104:539; relationship with Felix Frankfurter, 104:471

Jackson, Sallie, 88:288, 308, 313–14

Jackson, Sam: during 1937 flood, 102:188, 189–91, 192–93, 204–5

Jackson, Sarah Yorke, 81:175–76

Jackson, Scott, 98:391

Jackson, "Shoeless" Joe, 82:359

Jackson, Tenn., 69:287, 72:375, 99:143

Jackson, Thomas H., 72:115, 123

Jackson, Thomas J. ("Stonewall"), 73:85, 92:404, 101:439, 455, 103:524, 107:182, 239; military tradition of, 107:223

Jackson, Troy: Becoming King: Martin Luther King Jr. and the Making of a National Leader, reviewed, 106:292–94

Jackson, Violet: during 1937 flood, 102:183, 188–93, 198, 204–5

Jackson, Walter A.: Gunnar Myrdal and America's Conscience: Social Engineering and Racial Liberalism, reviewed, 89:423–24

Jackson, Wes: Becoming Native to This Place, reviewed, 93:121–22

Jackson, William Andrew: and abolitionism, 107:167–69

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