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



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Jackson, William Daniel, 71:16

Jackson, William H., 98:186, 202

Jackson, William Henry, 85:293

Jackson, William Hicks, 69:18, 74:293

"Jackson Academy and the Quest for Presbyterian Ascendency in Breathitt County," by Betty Carolyn Congleton, 91:150–75

Jackson and the Preachers, by John W. Schildt: noted, 82:110

Jackson County, Ala., 72:287

Jackson County, Ky., 69:333, 72:251, 94:270, 272, 95:64, 72, 76–77, 98:7, 100:16, 21; treaty of, 69:272

Jackson Foundry and Machine Company (Paducah, Ky.): during 1937 flood, 102:183, 186, 202; illus., 102:203



Jackson Man, A: Amos Kendall and the Rise of American Democracy, by Donald B. Cole: reviewed, 102:225–26

Jackson Presbyterian Church (Breathitt County, Ky.), 91:157

Jackson Purchase (Ky.), 70:227, 71:347–48, 75:317, 76:223, 231, 92:26–27, 156, 98:249, 263, 101:1, 110:303–4; African American soldiers in, 110:526–27; during Civil War, 73:17–30, 75:20–27, 110:452–53; Confederate sentiment in, 105:72, 110:504–5; county courts in, 110:515–16; Federal occupation of, 110:459; Freedmen's Bureau in, 110:503–31; geographic location of, 99:339–42; land survey legislation in, 91:386–402; legislation in, 91:386–402; newspapers of, 75:20–27; political affiliations of, 99:341; and secession, 99:339–61, 107:521; state capital relocation issue, 104:281

"Jackson Purchase Considers Secession: The 1861 Mayfield Convention," by Berry F. Craig, 99:339–61

Jackson State University (Miss.), 99:375

Jackson Street Methodist Church (Louisville, Ky.), 109:312, 314–15

Jacksontown, Ky.: African American settlement near, 104:515

Jacksonville, Ala., 74:294–95

Jacksonville, Ill., 107:517

Jacksonville Agreement (1926), 73:154, 156, 170

Jackson Whites: New Jersey triracial isolate group, 102:212; New York triracial isolate group, 102:212

Jacob, Charles D., 98:49; illus., 107:51; and Iroquois Park (Louisville, Ky.), 107:50–52

Jacob, Donald R., 98:49

Jacob, John, 110:166

Jacob, John J., 100:436–38

Jacob, Mrs. Harold, 89:277

Jacob, Richard T., 69:120, 122, 327, 380, 383–84

Jacobs, James Ripley, 71:86

Jacobs, Jim, 92:144

Jacobs, M. W., 97:4–5

Jacobs, R. P., 96:56

Jacobs, Seth: America's Miracle Man in Vietnam: Ngo Dinh Diem, Religion, Race, and U.S. Intervention in Southeast Asia, 1950–1957, reviewed, 104:198–99

Jacobs, Wilbur R., 72:284, 92:240; On Turner's Trail: 100 Years of Writing Western History, reviewed, 93:245–47

Jacob's Enlargement (Louisville, Ky.): Jesuit school on, 108:236

Jacobson, Tim, 76:193

Jacob's Woods (Louisville, Ky.), 108:236; See Jacob's Enlargement

Jacoway, Elizabeth: et al., eds., The Adaptable South: Essays in Honor of George Brown Tindall, reviewed, 91:229–30

Jagendorf, Moritz, 73:71

Jahn, Johann, 79:311

Jailed for Freedom: American Women Win the Vote, by Doris Stevens: noted, 94:348–49

Jakle, John A.: Images of the Ohio Valley, reviewed, 76:243–46; and Keith A. Sculle, The Gas Station in America, reviewed, 93:377–78; and Robert W. Bastian, and Douglas K. Meyer, Common Houses in America's Small Towns: The Atlantic Seaboard to the Mississippi Valley, reviewed, 88:365–66

James, Andrew Jackson, 89:253, 255–56, 263

James, Annie W., 98:23–42

James, Bessie Rowland: Anne Royall's U.S.A., reviewed, 71:204–7

James, D. Clayton: book reviews by, 81:109–10, 84:100–101, 425–26, 85:276–77, 93:365–67

James, Edwin, 71:63

James, Harlean, 81:45

James, Henry, 100:423

James, Jennifer C.: Freedom Bought with Blood, A: African American War Literature from the Civil War to World War II, reviewed, 106:118–20

James, Jesse, 72:417, 84:18, 90:58–59

James, Jos. Jr., 72:156

James, Marquis, 71:204, 100:469

James, Ollie M., 70:69, 71:219, 72:356, 74:22, 78:248–50, 79:140, 161, 95:33, 98:184, 273–74

James, R. T., 72:121

James, W. Frank, 71:141, 144, 146, 151

James Bethel Gresham American Legion Post (Calhoun, Ky.), 102:66

"James Blythe and the Slavery Controversy in the Presbyterian Churches of Kentucky, 1791–1802": by Andrew Feight, 102:13–38

James David Lynch Papers (Mississippi State University): George A. Ellsworth memoir in, 108:15–16

James D. Clayton: and Anne Sharp Wells, From Pearl Harbor to V-J Day: The American Armed Forces in World War II, reviewed, 94:92–94



James Fenimore Cooper: The Early Years, by Wayne Franklin: reviewed, 105:694–96

James Ford Bell Library Conference on the American Revolution, 75:162



James G. Blaine and Latin America, by David Healy: reviewed, 100:86–88

James Longstreet: Lee's War Horse, by H. J. Eckenrode and Bryan Conrad: noted, 84:454

James Madison and the American Nation, 1751–1836: An Encyclopedia, edited by Robert A. Rutland: noted, 93:380–81

James Madison and the Struggle for the Bill of Rights, by Richard Labunski: reviewed, 104:307–9

"James Madison Pendleton: A Southern Crusader Against Slavery," by Victor B. Howard, 74:192–215



James Monroe: Oberlin's Christian Statesman & Reformer, 1821–1898, by Catherine M. Rokicky: reviewed, 100:533–34

"James Monroe's Defense of Kentucky's Interests in the Confederation Congress: An Example of Early North/South Party Alignment," by Charles Ellis Dickson, 74:261–80

Jameson, Gladys, 80:172

Jameson, Green B., 71:16, 22

Jameson, John, 100:345

James P. Cannon and the Origins of the American Revolutionary Left, 1890-1928, by Bryan D. Palmer: reviewed, 105:509–10

"James Prentiss and the Failure of the Kentucky Insurance Company, 1813–1818," by Dale Royalty, 73:1–16

"James Proctor Knott and the Duluth Speech," compiled by Hambleton Tapp, 70:77–93

James River (Va.), 71:399, 75:248, 79:247, 90:119–20, 122; tobacco farming in valley of, 108:318; and William Henry Harrison, 106:481



Jamestown, 1544–1699, by Carl Bridenbaugh: reviewed, 79:181–83

Jamestown, Va., 69:184, 70:325, 72:76, 100:314; 1907 Exposition, 88:66; slaves at, 109:295



Jamestown Project, The, by Karen Ordahl Kupperman: reviewed, 105:685–86

"James Weir, First Citizen of Owensboro," by R. Stephen Taylor, 72:10–19



James Whitcomb Riley: A Life, by Elizabeth J. Van Allen, 104:3

James Winchester, Tennessee Pioneer, by Walter T. Durham: reviewed, 79:276–77

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

Janes, Jerry, 90:146, 148, 152, 155–58, 162

Janeway, Eliot, 104:496

Janeway, Michael: Fall of the House of Roosevelt, The: Brokers of Ideas and Power from FDR to LBJ, reviewed, 102:143–45

Janice Holt Giles: A Writer's Life, by Dianne Watkins Stuart: reviewed, 97:203–5

Janin, Violet Blair: collection, 68:319

Janis, Ralph: book review by, 83:70–71

Janken, Kenneth R.: book review by, 108:435–37

Janney, Samuel, 74:192

Janowitz, Norris: The Last Half-Century, reviewed, 77:316–18

Jansen, Oliver: The American Heritage History of Railroads in America, reviewed, 74:333–35

Jansen, William Hugh: book reviews by, 73:70–72, 74:131–34, 337–39, 75:253–56, 76:82–84, 321–23

Jansenism, 72:411

January, Peter, 81:120

January, Thomas, 77:21, 97:385

Japan, 72:55, 92:298, 300, 99:130, 222, 223, 242; and Harrodsburg Tankers during World War II, 86:230–77; and World War II, 93:337–39



Japanese-American Civilian Prisoner Exchanges and Detention Camps, 1941–1945, by Bruce Elleman: reviewed, 104:359–61

Japanese Americans: internment of during World War II, 104:475

Japanese POWs: number in U.S., 105:418

Jarboe, Betty: and Kathryn Rumsey, Studies on Indiana: A Bibliography of Theses and Dissertations Submitted to Indiana Institutions of Higher Education for Advanced Degrees, 1902–1977, noted, 79:301

Jardine, William, 81:38

Jarmusch, Bart: book note by, 93:384–85; book review by, 95:213–14

Jarrell, Ann Margaret: "Did An Oratorical Spark Ignite the Kentucky Explosion?," 74:40–50

Jarvis, Edward, 101:44; illus., 101:9; Ky. Historical Society, 101:8, 10–11; returns to Mass., 101:11

Jarvis, George, 72:150, 167

Jarvis, John Wesley, 86:334

Jarvis Store, Ky., 98:7–8

Jasanoff, Maya: Liberty's Exiles: American Loyalists in the Revolutionary World, reviewed, 109:475–77

Jasper, James M.: Restless Nation: Starting Over in America, reviewed, 99:306–7

Jay, John, 68:286, 73:245, 74:261–77, 279–80, 90:230; Jay-Gardoquí Treaty, 78:108; and the navigation of the Mississippi River, 71:364, 377, 381–82, 385, 388–91

Jay-Eye-See (horse), 100:491

Jayne, Allen: Lincoln and the American Manifesto, review essay, 106:460–63

Jay's Treaty (1794), 70:22, 72:430, 100:343

Jay Treaty Debate, The: Public Opinion and the Evolution of Early American Political Culture, by Todd Estes: reviewed, 104:707–8

Jazzwomen: Conversations with Twenty-one Musicians, by Wayne Enstice and Janis Stockhouse: reviewed, 102:275–76

J. B. Haggin Elmendorf Dairy (Lexington, Ky.), 95:419

J. B. Speed Art Museum (Louisville, Ky.), 70:338, 71:192, 92:71

Jean, Walter, 97:429

Jeanes Fund: and education for African Americans, 71:241

Jeans, Tarrissa (Gantt) Chappell, 102:207

Jeans, William, 102:207–8

Jeans family: Melungeon ancestry, 102:207–8

Jefferson, John F., 80:287

Jefferson, J. R., 100:322, 324

"Jefferson, Kentucky and the Closing of the Port of New Orleans, 1802–1803," by Stuart Seely Sprague, 70:312–17

Jefferson, Ohio, 68:27

Jefferson, Robert: Fayette County, Ky., school integration, 101:250–51, 260, 263–64; illus., 101:248

Jefferson, Thomas, 68:21, 274, 287, 69:73, 91–92, 99, 146–47, 253, 261–62, 274, 276, 294, 315, 363, 70:33, 43–44, 111, 122–23, 126, 228, 231, 71:80, 127, 133, 136–37, 197, 327, 440, 459, 72:80–81, 186, 207, 408, 427, 73:59, 107, 245, 247, 317, 332, 343–44, 74:153, 192, 210, 253, 261–62, 264–65, 269–70, 273–75, 342, 75:122, 180, 193, 236, 286, 333, 76:45, 101, 108, 282, 77:78–79, 204–5, 81:4–6, 8, 14, 18, 21, 70, 82:118–19, 124, 83:174, 178, 84:9, 85:197, 86:103–5, 108, 117, 88:407, 90:38, 44, 57, 63, 229, 92:159, 170, 173, 270, 93:29, 94:32, 95:39, 42, 343, 357, 360, 96:184, 261–62, 97:124, 125–26, 98:262, 99:96, 100:51, 55, 346, 424, 440, 450, 471, 101:414, 102:513, 522, 105:260, 263, 106:471, 107:153, 239; on African Americans, 106:324; and Andrew Jackson, 100:432–33; criminal code reform, 91:129–49, 391; and the Declaration of Independence, 106:461, 463; and the Democratic Party, 107:306; documentary legacy of, 92:73–79; economic system of, 78:10, 13–14, 23; on education, 82:217; Embargo Act, 101:410; family of, and Robert Penn Warren, 104:79, 90; influence on Abraham Lincoln, 106:522; and Ky., 70:312–17, 100:329, 334–35, 337–39, 341–45, 348, 101:289; and the Ky. Resolutions, 105:46–48; land ordinance of, 72:424; lottery for, 87:406; and the Louisiana Purchase, 100:348, 102:510; Native American negotiations of, 106:358; and the navigation of the Mississippi River, 71:366–72, 375, 377, 386–87; party of in Ky., 78:1–3, 8; political party of, 106:504; and slavery, 101:100–101, 103, 106:359, 505, 507, 532, 568; and state's rights, 101:410; supporters of, 100:332, 339; on the West, 105:49



Jefferson and His Time: vol. 6, by Dumas Malone, reviewed, 81:209–10

Jefferson and Monticello: The Biography of a Builder, by Jack McLaughlin: reviewed, 88:91–93

Jefferson Barracks (Mo.), 69:15, 70:81

Jefferson Circuit Court (Ky.): and the Briar Creek slaves, 102:366

Jefferson City, Mo., 70:80, 260, 110:327

Jefferson College (Pa.), 69:219, 363, 72:212, 73:220

Jefferson County, Ky., 69:157, 271, 70:135–36, 219, 224, 227, 240, 339, 341, 71:112, 247, 347, 349, 72:162, 330, 338, 73:223, 74:244, 78:335, 90:332, 95:10, 99:216, 256, 259, 379, 386, 106:384; African Americans in, 109:300, 303, 313, 407; antibusing protests, illus., 105:5; and busing, 105:23–24; circuit court of, 94:247; consolidation with Louisville, Ky., 107:38; courthouse, 92:53, 106:63; courthouses in, 70:336; creation of, 107:43; district court, 99:281; early settlements, 102:357; election of 1995, 102:76; Frederick Law Olmsted influence in, 107:58; and John T. Harrington, 105:657; land development in, 107:58, 69–70; members of Ky. Regiment from, 105:588; political situation in 1855–57, 102:359; and public school reform, 109:36, 39; rioters from, 102:375; school desegregation cases, article about, 105:3–32; settlement of Captain Abraham Lincoln in, 106:345, 514; slavery in, 110:371; state capital relocation issue, 104:281; vote in 1963 gubernatorial campaign, 104:590; whipping issue in, 100:8; "white flight" in, 101:244; Youth Ambassadors of, 105:571; See alsoLouisville, Ky.

Jefferson County, Va., 69:45

Jefferson County Board of Education (Jefferson County, Ky.): and school desegregation, 109:348

Jefferson County Fiscal Court: and subdivision planning, 107:69

Jefferson County Sunday School Association, 109:422



Jefferson Davis, American, by William J. Cooper Jr., 99:96, 101:401, 107:147–48, 258; illus., 101:402; reviewed, 98:435–38

Jefferson Davis, by Clement Eaton: reviewed, 77:53–55

"Jefferson Davis, Scholars, and the Civil War: A Public History Dialogue," edited by James Russell Harris, 107:142–43, 163–201



Jefferson Davis and His Generals: The Failure of Confederate Command in the West, by Steven E. Woodworth: reviewed, 89:216–17

"Jefferson Davis and Lost Cause Memory: A Forum on Kentucky and the South," edited by James Russell Harris, 107:143, 203–35



Jefferson Davis and the Civil War Era, by William J. Cooper Jr.: reviewed, 106:267–69

"Jefferson Davis and the Meaning of the War," by William J. Cooper Jr., 107:147–62

Jefferson Davis Award: Museum of the Confederacy, 107:147

Jefferson Davis Gets His Citizenship Back, by Robert Penn Warren, 107:204; reviewed, 80:330–31

Jefferson Davis Highway (Richmond, Va.), 107:244

Jefferson Davis Highway (Todd County, Ky.), 107:249

Jefferson Davis Presidential Library and Museum (Biloxi, Miss.): proposed, 107:145



Jefferson Davis's Mexican War Regiment, by Joseph E. Chance: reviewed, 91:94–96

Jefferson Davis State Historic Site (Fairview, Ky.), 107:163–64, 206, 213–15, 237, 248, 253; bicentennial celebration at, 107:143; illus., 107:249



Jefferson Himself, edited by Dumas Malone, 69:91

Jeffersonian Image in the American Mind, The, by Merrill D. Peterson, 69:91

Jeffersonian Legacies, edited by Peter S. Onuf: reviewed, 91:432–33

Jeffersonian Persuasion: Evolution of a Party Ideology, by Lance Banning: reviewed, 77:304–6

Jeffersonian Republicans, 72:430, 82:119, 124, 133–35



Jefferson in Love: The Love Letters Between Thomas Jefferson and Maria Cosway, edited by John P. Kaminski: reviewed, 97:462–64

Jefferson Medical College (Philadelphia, Pa.), 68:341



Jefferson on Jefferson, by Paul M. Zall: reviewed, 100:368–69

Jefferson Proving Ground (Switzerland County, Ind.), 108:344



Jefferson Scandals: A Rebuttal, by Virginius Dabney: reviewed, 80:458–60

Jefferson Seminary (Louisville, Ky.), 81:59, 61–62, 67, 70–75; and western education, 1813–1840, 86:103–18



Jefferson's Literary Commonplace Book. The Papers of Thomas Jefferson, edited by Douglas L. Wilson: reviewed, 92:73–79

Jefferson's Nephews: A Frontier Tragedy, by Boynton Merrill Jr.: reviewed, 75:236–38

Jefferson Street (Louisville, Ky.), 106:61, 64, 107:44, 46, 110:169; trolley line, 107:61

Jeffersontown, Ky., 73:223; road to from Louisville, Ky., 107:34

Jeffersonville (Ind.) Indianiana, 72:47–48

Jeffersonville, Ind., 72:40, 47–50, 53, 73:182; free African Americans in, 109:322; Quartermaster Depot, 100:146; and the Underground Railroad, 109:324

Jeffersonville Canal, 72:48

Jeffersonville Ohio Canal Company (Jeffersonville, Ind.), 72:43–46, 49

Jeffrey, Alexander: Federal occupation of Ky., 110:359–60

Jeffrey, John, 106:67; marriage to Georgiana Keats, 106:65

Jeffrey, Jonathan: "'A New Wrinkle for Rural Uplift': Henry Hardin Cherry and His Famous Chautauquas," 92:267–87; book notes by, 92:236, 443–44; book review by, 90:187–89; Bowling Green, listed, 102:151; and Donna Parker, "A Thread of Evidence: Shaker Textiles at South Union, Kentucky," 94:33–58; and Michael Dowell, Bittersweet: The Louisville and Nashville Railroad and Warren County, reviewed, 99:332–33

Jeffrey, Julie Roy: Abolitionists Remember: Antislavery Autobiographies and the Unfinished Work of Emancipation, reviewed, 107:450–52

Jeffreys-Jones, Rhodri: Cloak and Dollar: A History of American Secret Intelligence, reviewed, 100:556–57

Jeffries, Hasan Kwame: book review by, 105:367–69

Jeffries, Richard: book review by, 100:349–50

Jeffries, Robert L.: Civil War career of, 108:104–5, 108; illus., 108:106

Jeffries, Sarah Jane: See Lincoln, Sarah Jane Jeffries

Jehovah's Witnesses: Supreme Court case, 104:477–78

Jellison, Katherine: book review by, 100:553–54

Jelsma, Sherry K.: "Making of Imperishable Honor, The: Charles S. Todd in the War of 1812," 105:195–227

Jenifer, Ala., 74:294

Jenison, Mr. ——, 100:348

Jenkins, ——, 68:119, 88:153

Jenkins, Barton W., 85:327, 332

Jenkins, Charles J., 79:219, 223, 225–26

Jenkins, Dan, 76:135

Jenkins, Joni L., 99:273–74

Jenkins, Kirk C.: Battle Rages Higher, The: The Union's Fifteenth Infantry, reviewed , 101:490–92

Jenkins, Ky., 97:191, 193

Jenkins, Robert V.: et al., eds., Papers of Thomas A. Edison, vol. 1, The Making of an Inventor, February 1847–June 1873, reviewed, 88:221–22

Jenkins, Susan, 84:292

Jenkins, Thomas, 68:253

Jenkins, William Sumner, 101:101; Proslavery Thought in the Old South, 77:76

Jenkins Independent School District: and public school reform, 109:36

Jenkinson, Joseph, 69:132, 134

Jenkins's Chapel (Mayfield, Ky.), 97:314

Jenks, David B.: book review by, 79:374–76

Jennie's Creek (Johnson County, Ky.), 78:205

Jennings, Francis: Benjamin Franklin, Politican, 105:250

Jennings, Judith G.: book note by, 82:113–14; book reviews by, 78:264–66, 84:82–84, 85:368–70

Jennings, Thelma: book notes by, 80:365–66; book review by, 81:442–43; The Nashville Convention: Southern Movement for Unity, 1848–1851, reviewed, 81:212–14

Jennison, Rufus, 69:134

Jensen, Jackie, 99:106

Jensen, Kimberly: book review by, 104:748–49

Jensen, Oliver: Bruce Catton's America!, reviewed, 78:375–76

Jensen, Richard: book review by, 82:389–90

Jensley, Tom, 83:129

Jenson, Carol E.: book review by, 83:162–64

Jenson, Vern, 102:180

Jentz, John B.: book review by, 104:335–36

Jernigan, E. Jay: William Lindsay White, 1900–1973: In the Shadow of His Father, reviewed, 95:330–31

Jerome, Susan J.: book review by, 102:120–21

Jerome Edgar (horse), 100:485

Jersey High School (New Jersey): high school girls' basketball at, 109:165

Jerusalem: John S. Rarey in, 108:202

Jervey, Edward D.: ed., Prison Life Among the Rebels: Recollections of a Union Chaplain, reviewed, 88:476–77

Jessamine County, Ky., 70:347, 71:112, 72:315, 90:118, 120, 136, 109:337; agriculture in, 108:353; black churches in, 110:322; and Camp Nelson, 110:166; courthouses in, 70:336; Offutt family in, 108:177–78; and slavery debate, 110:312

Jessamine Creek (Ky.), 70:286, 288

Jesse, George M., 108:108–9

Jesse, Sam, 77:4



Jesse and Jane Stuart: A Bibliography, by Hensley C.Woodbridge: reviewed, 68:85–86

Jessee, —, 85:332, 347, 351

Jessee, Dud, 98:396

Jessee, George, 86:370–71, 374



Jesse Owens: An American Life, by William J. Baker: reviewed, 85:185–87

"Jesse Stuart: A Bibliographical Supplement" by J. R. LeMaster, 86:142–65



Jesse Stuart: An Extraordinary Life, by James M. Gifford and Erin R. Kazee: noted, 107:629

Jesse Stuart: A Reference Guide, by J. R. LeMaster: reviewed, 78:173–74

Jesse Stuart: Essays on His Work, edited by J. R. LeMaster and Mary Washington Clarke: reviewed, 77:57–59

Jesse Stuart Foundation (Greenup County, Ky.), 80:3



Jesse Stuart: Kentucky's Chronicler-Poet, by J. R. LeMaster: reviewed, 79:269–70

Jesse Stuart on Education, edited by J. B. LeMaster: reviewed, 91:82–83

"Jesse Stuart to Dayton Kohler: Selected Letters," edited by Edward L. Tucker, 75:261–85

"Jesse Stuart to William Boozer: A Decade of Selected Letters, 1968–1978," edited by William Boozer, 80:1–64

Jesse: The Biography of an American Writer: Jesse Hilton Stuart, by H. Edward Richardson: reviewed, 83:267–69

Jessica (horse), 100:494

Jessie Clark Junior High School (Lexington, Ky.): integration of, 101:266

Jester, Art, 104:601

"Jesuit Education and Slavery in Kentucky, 1832-1868," by C. Walker Gollar, 108:213–49

Jesuits, 69:152, 175; departure from Ky., 108:238, 248–49; return to Ky., 108:240; and slavery, 101:276–77; and slavery in Ky., 108:171–72, 213–49; in St. Louis, Mo., 68:342, 366; views on slavery, 108:241

Jesup, Mary, 68:335

Jesup, Nicholas, 68:321

Jesup, Thomas S., 68:321, 325, 327–28

Jesup, T. S.: papers, 68:319

Jeter, R. E., 72:378

Jeter, William: and the Underground Railroad, 109:322

Jett, Zeke, 94:265

Jew, Victor: and Daniel R. Ernst, Total War and the Law: The American Home Front During World War II, reviewed, 101:378–79

Jewell, Bramlett, 98:389

Jewell, Carey C.: Harvest of Death: A Detailed Account of the Army of Tennessee at the Battle of Franklin, reviewed, 77:223–25

Jewell, Frances, 89:137, 139–40

Jewell, Malcolm E., 80:81, 83, 83:63, 97:84; book review by, 77:241–42; and Penny M. Miller, Political Parties and Primaries in Kentucky, reviewed, 89:301–2; and Penny M. Miller, The Kentucky Legislature: Two Decades of Change, reviewed, 87:439–40; Representation in State Legislatures, reviewed, 81:437–38

Jewell, Milton, 92:34

Jewell, Mrs. Milton, 92:36

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

Jewell, Robert Berry: and Frances Jewell McVey, Uncle Will of the Wildwood: Nineteenth-Century Life in the Bluegrass, noted, 104:814; and Frances Jewell McVey, Uncle Will of Wildwood, Nineteenth Century Life in the Bluegrass, reviewed, 73:322–24

Jewell, Virginia: The Cat in the Pillow Case, noted, 91:242–43; Lick Skillet and Other Tales of Hickman County, Ky., noted, 85:195

Jewett, Clayton E.: and John O. Allen, Slavery in the South: A State-by-State History, noted, 104:805

Jewett, Sarah Orne, 91:27

Jewish Life in Small-Town America: A History, by Lee Shai Weissbach: reviewed, 104:791–94

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