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



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Jewish Roots in Southern Soil: A New History, edited by Marcie Cohen Ferris and Mark I. Greenberg: reviewed, 105:352–55

Jews, 95:138, 140–41, 154, 159; in Germany, Felix Frankfurter's concern for, 104:460–61; and Grant's expulsion order, 103:633–34, 646, 110:179–84, 357; housing restrictions in Louisville, Ky., 107:56; and immigration policy during World War II, 104:484; Jewish chaplaincy issue during Civil War, 110:174–75; in Ky. during Civil War, 110:165–84; in Louisville, Ky., occupations of, 110:169–70; Melungeon ancestry, 102:215; number serving in Civil War, 110:170–71; population of in Ky., 110:166; and slavery, 110:171–72



J. Franklin Jameson and the Birth of the National Archives, 1906–1926, by Victor Gondos Jr.: reviewed, 81:330–32

J. G. Brill Company (Philadelphia, Pa.), 95:404

Jillson, Willard Rouse, 71:9, 11, 72:306–8, 74:160, 80:427, 81:39, 90:98, 101:30, 103:47, 65; The Big Sandy Valley, reviewed , 69:174; book reviewed by Thomas D. Clark, 103:339; and the Book Thieves, 103:58; Old Kentucky Entries and Deeds, a Complete Index to All of the Earliest Land Entries, Military Warrants, Deeds and Wills of the Commonwealth of Kentucky, reviewed, 68:281; study of Daniel Boone's surveying, 102:536–37; Thomas D. Clark commentary on, 103:346

Jim Allen (horse), 100:480



Jim Crow Moves North: The Battle over Northern School Segregation, 1865–1954, by Davison M. Douglas: reviewed, 104:770–71

Jimerson, Randall C.: book review by, 90:198–99; The Private Civil War: Popular Thought During the Sectional Conflict, reviewed, 87:454–55

Jobs Corps, 107:343

Jobson, Robert C.: The History of Early Jeffersontown and Southeastern Jefferson County, Kentucky, reviewed, 78:67–68



Joe Creason's Kentucky, by Joe Creason: reviewed, 71:308–9

Joe Creason's Kentucky by Joe Creason, 73:96

Joe Lick Knob (Ky.), 68:115

Joes, Anthony: book by, 103:535–36

Johannesen, Rolf, 85:48, 55, 56, 59

Johannsen, Kristin: and Al Fritsch, Ecotourism in Appalachia: Marketing the Mountains, listed, 102:152

Johannsen, Robert W., 72:425; book reviews by, 81:318–20, 84:430–32; To the Halls of the Montezumas: The Mexican War in the American Imagination, reviewed, 84:84–85; Lincoln, The South, and Slavery: The Political Dimension, reviewed, 90:393–95

Johansen, Mary Carroll: book review by, 97:468–70

John Adams (U.S. sloop), 70:34

John Adams, by David McCullough: reviewed, 99:153–57

John Adams and the Diplomacy of the American Revolution, by James H. Huston: reviewed, 79:380–82

John Adams and the Founding of the Republic, edited by Richard Alan Ryerson: reviewed, 100:367–68

John Allen Armstrong: Man of His Day, by Coburn Allen Buxton Sr.: reviewed, 73:428–29

John A. Logan: Stalwart Republican from Illinois, by James P. Jones: reviewed, 81:452–53

John Armstrong Jr., 1758–1843: A Biography, by C. Edward Skeen: reviewed, 81:88–89

John Bell Hood and the War for Southern Independence, by Richard M. McMurry: reviewed, 80:464–66

John Birch Society, 83:62; Kentucky chapter, 104:242

"John Bradford, Public Servant," by Daniel A. Yanchisin, 68:60–69

John Breckinridge: Jeffersonian Republican, by Lowell H. Harrison, 70:119; illus., 105:47

John Brown Gordon: Soldier, Southerner, American, by Ralph Lowell Eckert: reviewed, 88:217–19

John Brown's Body: Slavery, Violence, and the Culture of War, by Franny Nudelman: reviewed, 102:422–24

John Brown's Journey: Notes and Reflections on His America and Mine, by Albert Fried: reviewed, 77:148–49

John Brown Still Lives! America's Long Reckoning with Violence, Equality & Change, by R. Blakeslee Gilpin: reviewed, 110:221–23

John Brown's War against Slavery, by Robert McGlone: reviewed, 107:599–600

John Brown: The Making of a Martyr, by Robert Penn Warren: noted, 92:448–49

"John C. Breckinridge," by William C. Davis, 85:197–212



John C. Calhoun: A Biography, by Irving H. Bartlett: reviewed, 93:348–50

John C. Calhoun and the Price of Union: A Biography, by John Niven: reviewed, 87:170–71

John C. C. Mayo: Cumberland Capitalist, by Carolyn Clay Turner and Carolyn Hay Traum: reviewed, 83:66–67

John Charles Fremont: Character as Destiny, by Andrew Rolle: reviewed, 90:304–5

"John Finley Arrives at Eskippakithiki," by Robert F. Collins, 76:153



John F. Kennedy and A New Generation, by David Burner: reviewed, 87:465–66

John F. Kennedy and New Frontier Diplomacy, 1961–1963, by Timothy P. Maga: reviewed, 93:247–48

John F. Kennedy School of Government (Harvard University), 95:286

"John G. Fee, Camp Nelson, and Kentucky Blacks, 1864–1865," by Richard Sears, 85:29–45

John Hunt Morgan and His Raiders, by Edison H. Thomas: noted, 84:103; reviewed, 74:232, 233

John James Audubon and the Birds of America, by Lee A. Vedder, 93:286, 299; noted, 104:804

John L. Peters Publishing Company (New York, N.Y.), 99:286, 299



John Marshall and the Heroic Age of the Supreme Court, by R. Kent Newmyer: reviewed, 100:73–75

John Marshall Harlan: Great Dissenter of the Warren Court, by Tinsley E. Yarbrough: reviewed, 91:114–15

John Marshall Harlan: The Last Whig Justice, by Loren P. Beth: reviewed, 91:209–10

John May Jr. of Virginia: His Descendants and Their Land, by Ben H. Coke: reviewed, 74:243–44

John McIntosh Kell of the Raider Alabama, by Norman C. Delaney: reviewed, 72:55–56

John McMurtry and the American Indian, by Richard Keith McMurtry: noted, 79:96

John Mitchel: Irish Nationalist, Southern Secessionist, by Bryan P. McGovern: reviewed, 109:246–48

John M. Schofield and the Politics of Generalship, by Donald B. Connelly: reviewed, 104:729–31

John Muir's Longest Walk; John Earl, a Photographer, Traces His Journey to Florida: With Excerpts from John Muir's Thousand-Mile Walk to the Gulf: reviewed, 74:337–39

Johnny Got His Gun: Dalton Trumbo, 104:542

"John Orlando Scott: Scion of the Bluegrass in Peace and War," by Hugh Ridenour, 97:159–88



John Quincy Adams, by Lynn Hudson Parsons: reviewed, 96:401–2

John Quincy Adams and American Global Empire, by William E. Weeks: noted, 90:427

John Quincy Adams: A Public Life, A Private Life, by Paul C. Nagel: reviewed, 96:90–92

John Robert Shaw: An Autobiography of Thirty Years, 1777–1807, edited by Oressa M. Teagarden and Jeanne L. Crabtree: reviewed, 90:388–89

"John Rowan and the Demise of Jeffersonian Republicanism in Kentucky, 1819–1831," by Stephen W. Fackler, 78:1–26

Johns, Hosea, 105:639

Johns, Logan, 94:55

Johns, Robert, 94:36

Johns, Susan D., 99:273

Johns, Urban, 94:52, 53, 55

John's Creek (Floyd County, Ky.), 78:200

Johns family, 69:287

John Sherman Cooper, Global Kentuckian, by Robert Schulman: reviewed, 75:326–28

"John Sherman Cooper: The Early Years, 1901–27," by Richard C. Smoot," 93:133–58

Johns Hopkins University (Baltimore, Md.), 68:205, 70:146, 73:79, 213, 74:254, 76:58, 101:424, 107:147; medical school, 76:236; and Project MUSE, 108:2

Johns Hopkins University Press (Baltimore, Md.), 106:449

Johnson, ——, 89:10; Daniel Boone's survey for, 102:556

Johnson, Adam R., 103:531

Johnson, Adam Rankin, 75:79, 81–84, 90–91, 86:355–57, 359–61, 363, 366, 375, 110:459; attack on Henderson, Ky., 103:675; Confederate conscription in Henderson, Ky., 103:683

Johnson, Albert W.: Ky. Regiment, 105:588, 590–91, 600–601, 609–10

Johnson, Andrew, 73:284, 74:118, 120, 75:37, 49, 77:274, 80:377, 83:7–9, 18, 85:210–11, 90:183, 91:289, 96:317–20, 333, 97:21, 24, 25, 106:533, 107:197, 109:199, 205, 110:445–46, 448, 467, 475, 477; during Civil War, 110:463, 465; and Reconstruction, 110:399

Johnson, Ann Viley, 79:3, 8–9, 16–17, 24, 26

Johnson, Ben, 81:54, 87:152; and the highway commission and Ky. politics, 84:18–50

Johnson, Benjamin Heber: book review by, 101:192–94

Johnson, Ben Jr., 84:21

Johnson, Bethany L.: book review by, 99:403–5

Johnson, Betsy, 75:193

Johnson, ("Big Man"), 68:225

Johnson, Bob, 78:346–47, 96:272, 292, 99:235

Johnson, B. T., 89:253

Johnson, Burnett, 78:346–47

Johnson, Cave, 74:190

Johnson, Charles, 103:739, 109:13

Johnson, Charles S., 70:326

Johnson, Claude W., 98:354

Johnson, Cliston: testimony at Letcher County, Ky., hearing, 107:389–90

Johnson, Col. ——, 85:332, 347, 349, 351, 353

Johnson, Diana Lynn, 70:351

Johnson, Edward P., 91:269

Johnson, Ella, 77:2, 9–10

Johnson, Euclid L.: Ky. Historical Society, 101:12

Johnson, Evans C.: Oscar W. Underwood: A Political Biography, reviewed, 80:247–50

Johnson, Ewart W., 73:102

Johnson, Frank W., 71:101, 103

Johnson, Frederick, 70:232, 82:381–82

Johnson, George W., 72:304, 74:127, 79:13, 88:278, 285, 97:173; death of, 107:526; Lowell H. Harrison's evaluation of, 105:34, 36; role as Confederate governor of Ky., 79:3–39; during the secession crisis, 110:452

Johnson, Guy, 72:184

Johnson, Henry, 79:3, 94:129–30

Johnson, Henry M., 71:219

Johnson, Herbert A.: The Chief Justiceship of John Marshall, 1801–1835, reviewed, 95:189–90

Johnson, Herschel V., 80:373

Johnson, Hiram W., 95:36

Johnson, Hugh, 68:129

Johnson, Hugh S., 73:164, 165

Johnson, Isaac: Slavery Days in Old Kentucky, noted, 93:123–24

Johnson, James, 69:134, 73:11, 13–15, 87:110, 91:263, 265–66, 271; at battle of the Thames, 105:218

Johnson, James P.: "Theories of Labor Union Development and the United Mine Workers, 1932–33," 73:150–70

Johnson, James Weldon, 96:352, 371–72

Johnson, Jan Harvey, 102:70

Johnson, Jemima Suggett, 91:261

Johnson, Jesse B., 68:213, 216; and Lowell H. Harrison, "Ogden College: A Brief History," 68:189–220

Johnson, Joan Marie: Southern Ladies: New Women: Race, Region, and Clubwomen in South Carolina, 1890–1930, reviewed, 104:174–75; Southern Women at Vassar: The Poppenheim Family Letters, 1882–1916, reviewed, 101:359–61

Johnson, John, 88:141, 144, 109:312; Leslie Combs, mission of, 104:22–23

Johnson, John Carl: Ky. Regiment, biographical sketch of, 105:593–94

Johnson, John Henry: Ky. Regiment, biographical sketch of, 105:600

Johnson, John M., 73:21, 25

Johnson, John T., 91:285

Johnson, J. Tom, 94:404

Johnson, Juanita: illus., 103:413

Johnson, Julia, 106:398

Johnson, Junior, 96:128

Johnson, Junius, 79:17

Johnson, Kathy, 109:455; and Brenda Hughes, 109:443–44, 459

Johnson, Kay, 98:420

Johnson, Keen, 79:352, 84:182–83, 186, 417, 85:149, 87:32, 104:450, 452–53, 561, 562, 109:331; and the desegregation issue, 109:336, 344, 348; Edward F. Prichard's evaluation of, 104:518; illus., 102:486; Thomas D. Clark letter to, 103:335–36

Johnson, Kenneth R.: "Early Civil War in Southern Kentucky as Experienced by Confederate Sympathizers, 68:176–79

Johnson, Lady Bird, 99:17; illus., 107:337, 402; visit to Breathitt County, Ky., 107:402–5

Johnson, Leland R.: and Charles E. Parrish, "Engineering the Kentucky River: A Disastrous Debut," 95:369–94; and Charles E. Parrish, Engineering the Kentucky River: The Commonwealth's Waterway, reviewed, 99:160–62; and Charles E. Parrish, Triumph at the Falls: The Louisville and Portland Canal, reviewed, 105:679–80; The Falls City Engineers, reviewed, 74:61–62; The Falls City Engineers: A History of the Louisville District, Corps of Engineers, United States Army, 1970–1983, noted, 84:236–37

Johnson, L. F.: Ky. Historical Society, 101:22

Johnson, Lieutenant Colonel ——, 77:4

Johnson, Loch K.: A Season of Inquiry: The Senate Intelligence Investigation, reviewed, 84:101–2

Johnson, Ludwell: article by, 107:179

Johnson, Lyman T., 71:249, 104:233, 109:328, 373, 429; biographical sketch of, 109:348–49; and civil rights protests in Louisville, Ky., 109:372; desegregation of the University of Ky., 110:547; illus., 103:413, 109:342; and integration of the University of Ky., 99:10–11, 13, 22, 103:407–20, 109:293, 340–42, 345–50, 361; integration suit, 101:243–44; letter to Thomas D. Clark, 103:416–17; and migration to Louisville, 99:367–68, 372, 375, 379–80, 383–84; NAACP Youth Council, 104:236; Thomas D. Clark letters to, 103:414–16

Johnson, Lyman T. Jr.: illus., 103:413

Johnson, Lyndon B., 69:398, 70:234, 73:214, 75:168, 344, 87:40, 90:162, 95:285, 287–88, 291, 294, 296, 298–99, 100:3, 472, 102:288, 311, 326, 104:398, 476, 556, 562, 566–67, 575, 105:472, 107:305, 368; and 1964 Civil Rights Act, 99:39–41; and African Americans, 106:534; and Alice Dunnigan, 109:289; and civil rights, 109:429; compared with Franklin D. Roosvelt, 102:336; and Edward F. Prichard Jr., 109:49; and Edward T. Breathitt, 99:17, 30, 43, 50; George C. Herring's estimate of, 102:335; and Khe Sanh, 102:341–42; and Korean War, 102:329; presidential nomination of, 99:37, 39–40; Robert Dalleck on, 102:330; and Robert F. Kennedy, 107:387; State of the Union Address by, 107:339; and Vietnam War, 102:289, 328, 330, 334; and the Vietnam War, 110:160–61; visit to Richmond, Ky., 109:386; and the War on Poverty, 107:302–5, 339–40, 346, 353, 366–68, 373, 380–81, 383, 401, 403

Johnson, Madison, 79:17–18

Johnson, Madison C., 69:325, 75:215, 88:18

Johnson, Maurice N.: health effects of polyvinyl chloride exposure, 102:171–74

Johnson, Michael P.: and James L. Roark, Black Masters: A Free Family of Color in the Old South, reviewed, 83:151–53; No Chariot Let Down: Charleston's Free People of Color on the Eve of the Civil War, reviewed, 83:277–78

Johnson, Mrs. James, 99:295

Johnson, Mrs. Jesse B., 68:189

Johnson, Nancy, 109:359

Johnson, Patricia Givens: General Andrew Lewis of Roanoke and Greenbrier, noted, 80:365; William Preston and the Allegheny Patriots, reviewed, 76:159–60

Johnson, Paul: and Sean Wilentz, Kingdom of Mathias: A Story of Sex and Salvation in 19th-Century America, reviewed, 93:102–3

Johnson, Paul B., 99:38

Johnson, Paul E., 104:123

Johnson, Polk, 68:9

Johnson, Rafer, 99:41

Johnson, Rebecca Cox, 84:21

Johnson, Reverdy, 97:20, 110:397; and the court-martial of Fitz John Porter, 110:415–17

Johnson, Richard, 75:123, 126

Johnson, Richard M., 68:18, 248, 72:85, 73:11, 13–15, 75:239, 80:206, 83:94–95, 102, 87:110, 88:143, 404, 91:260–97, 97:167; battle of the Thames, 105:216–18; burial of Henry Clay Jr., 106:42; and the Choctaw Academy, 91:260–97; evaluation of, 75:191–203; illus., 105:220; Joseph Holt's support for, 106:385, 398–99; support for William Henry Harrison, 105:201

Johnson, Richard Mentor, 70:351

Johnson, Richard W.: during Civil War, 108:51

Johnson, Robert, 70:247–48, 75:192–93, 78:319, 91:261; crops of, 107:21; illus., 107:358; testimony to the National Advisory Commission on Rural Poverty, 107:359–60

Johnson, Robert Allison, 110:571; and Suzanne Stone Johnson, eds., Bitter Freedom: William Stone's Record of Service in the Freedmen's Bureau, reviewed, 110:560

Johnson, Robert David: Congress and the Cold War, reviewed, 104:361–62

Johnson, Rochelle: book review by, 105:702–3

Johnson, R. W., 69:347

Johnson, R. Yeatman, 74:182

Johnson, Samuel: and unification of Baptists in Ky., 110:18, 31

Johnson, Suzanne Stone, 110:571; and Robert Allison Johnson, eds., Bitter Freedom: William Stone's Record of Service in the Freedmen's Bureau, reviewed, 110:560

Johnson, Sylvia Leach, 110:518–19

Johnson, Tom, 72:21

Johnson, Vicki Vaughn: The Men and the Vision of the Southern Commercial Conventions, 1845–1871, noted, 91:366–67

Johnson, Walter, 106:469

Johnson, W. D., 89:158

Johnson, Wielie G., 97:394

Johnson, William, 79:3, 87:110, 90:143, 91:311

Johnson, William Gus: and Walter E. Langsam, Historic Architecture of Bourbon County, Kentucky, reviewed, 84:310–11

Johnson, William R., 100:478

Johnson, William Samuel, 74:263, 273

Johnson, Yvonne: illus., 103:413

Johnson Central High School (Paintsville, Ky.), 69:273, 70:351

Johnson City, Tenn., 73:84

Johnson County, Ill., 69:263, 268–70

Johnson County, Ind., 94:267

Johnson County, Ky., 69:89, 286–87, 70:351, 74:129, 95:62, 107:506; court of, 69:268; Federal occupation of, 110:344; "Moonlight Schools" in, 74:18

Johnson Debt Defaulting Act (1934), 79:46, 49

Johnson Elementary School (Lexington, Ky.), 101:247, 260; illus., 101:256; integration of, 101:267

Johnson family, 68:264

Johnson's Island, 94:150, 157

Johnsonville, Tenn.: during Civil War, 110:473

Johnsrud, Brian: book review by, 109:141–43

Johnston, ——, 68:276, 85:331

Johnston, Albert Sidney, 69:340, 350, 70:167, 171, 173, 175, 178, 72:302, 304, 74:74, 76, 76:1, 4–9, 329–31, 79:10–12, 18, 25, 124, 80:89, 81:344, 88:278–79, 281–82, 284, 93:258, 261–65, 271, 94:141, 97:171–74, 247–52, 277, 107:193, 110:339; biography of, 107:184–85; and Ky. during Civil War, 107:173–74

Johnston, Albion, 89:122

Johnston, Annie Fellows: and popular literary culture, 89:121–46

Johnston, Carolyn Ross: Cherokee Women in Crisis: Trail of Tears, Civil War, and Allotment, 1838–1907, reviewed, 102:99–100

Johnston, Eliza: and Henry Clay, 100:431

Johnston, Frederick A.: and Lindsey Apple, and Ann Bolton Bevins, eds., Scott County, Kentucky: A History, reviewed, 92:310–11

Johnston, Henrietta (Preston), 97:174

Johnston, John, 79:311; and Denton Offutt, 108:180–82; trip to New Orleans, La., 108:181

Johnston, Joseph E., 72:58, 281, 75:136–38, 76:12, 20, 81:368, 88:283, 94:159, 162, 165, 101:446, 453, 107:198; Ky. troops with, 103:630; relationship with Jefferson Davis, 101:441

Johnston, Josiah Stoddard (1784-1833), 95:372; and Henry Clay, 100:431

Johnston, Josiah Stoddard (1833-1913), 79:17, 86:118, 91:178–80, 106:62; illus., 101:13; Ky. Historical Society, 101:12

Johnston, Philip Preston, 82:239–40

Johnston, Robert D.: book review by, 109:112–15

Johnston, Roslea, 87:47; illus., 107:358

Johnston, Ross B.: West Virginians in the American Revolution, reviewed, 76:265

Johnston, Sam, 70:30

Johnston, Sarah Bush, 71:189; and Abraham Lincoln, 106:488–89; marriage to Thomas Lincoln, 106:363

Johnston, Thomas W., 74:293, 295

Johnston, William, 73:67

Johnston, William L., 89:122

Johnston, William Preston, 85:204, 93:258, 263, 268, 272–73, 99:344

Johnston, Zachariah, 92:13

Johnston's Fork (Ky.), 94:16

"John Taylor of Caroline: Republicanism in the Kentucky Constitution of 1792," by Tom K. Barton, 73:105–21

John Taylor Wood: Sea Ghost of the Confederacy, by Royce Gordon Shingleton: reviewed, 78:279–80

"John Thomas Croxton: Scholar, Lawyer, Soldier, Military Governor, Newspaperman, Diplomat and Mason," by Rex Miller, 74:281–99



John Tyler: The Accidental President, by Edward P. Crapol: reviewed, 105:298–300

John Wesley Hunt, Pioneer Merchant, Manufacturer, and Financier, by James A. Ramage: reviewed, 73:322–24

Joiner, Ronald Merritt, 71:451

Joiner, Thelkla Ellen: Sin in the City: Chicago and Revivalism, 1880-1920, reviewed, 106:125–26

Joiner-Joyner, History of Our Ancestors, by Ransey Joiner Jr.: reviewed, 71:451–52

Joint Legislative Committee on Un-American Activities (KUAC): formation of, 104:245–46

Joliet, Louis, 69:241, 245

Jolliet, Louis, 71:128

Jolly, Andrew J.: mob affiliation of, 98:348–49, 351, 354

Jolly Fellows: Male Milieus in Nineteenth-Century America, by Richard Stott: reviewed, 109:96–98

Jomini, Antoine Henri de, 72:58, 89:368–70, 93:281, 103:539



Jonathan Daniels and Race Relations: The Evolution of a Southern Liberal, by Charles W. Eagles: reviewed, 82:102–4

Jonathan Edwards: A Life, by George M. Marsden: reviewed, 102:569–71

Jones, Aaron Jr., 74:211

Jones, Amanda, 101:463–64

Jones, Anne Goodwyn: Tomorrow Is Another Day: The Woman Writer in the South, 1859–1936, reviewed, 81:97–98

Jones, Archer: Civil War Command and Strategy: The Process of Victory and Defeat, reviewed, 90:396–97; and Herman Hattaway, How the North Won: A Military History of the Civil War, reviewed, 82:93–94

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

Jones, Benjamin, 106:582

Jones, Bernie D.: Fathers of Conscience: Mixed-Race Inheritance in the Antebellum South, reviewed, 109:226–28

Jones, Brereton C., 89:335–37, 99:278–79, 102:74; 1987 gubernatorial primary, 102:73; illus., 102:72, 103:367, 371; Ky. History Center, 101:38, 41

Jones, Catherine: book review by, 107:284–86

Jones, C. C., 74:131

Jones, Charles Colcock Sr., 71:207

Jones, Charlie, 92:70

Jones, Clayton, 109:379

Jones, Edgar DeWitt: Abraham Lincoln's eulogy of Henry Clay, 106:538; The Influence of Henry Clay Upon Abraham Lincoln, 73:32

Jones, Elizabeth, 89:3

Jones, Elizabeth Lloyd, 89:335, 99:280–81; illus., 102:72, 103:371; Ky. History Center, 101:37, 39, 41

Jones, Elliott, 89:3

Jones, Frances, 68:77

Jones, Frank, 92:142

Jones, Gabriel, 70:280, 72:237

Jones, G. C.: Growing Up Hard in Harlan County, reviewed, 84:77–79

Jones, George W., 73:43, 44; eulogy of Henry Clay, 106:551–52

Jones, Goldia: and high school girls' basketball, 109:180–82, 186

Jones, G. William: Black Cinema Treasures: Lost and Found, reviewed, 90:206–7

Jones, Henry, 77:203

Jones, Howard, 97:431; Abraham Lincoln and a New Birth of Freedom: The Union and Slavery in the Diplomacy of the Civil War, reviewed, 98:431–32; Blue and Gray Diplomacy: A History of Union and Confederate Foreign Relations, reviewed, 107:445–46; Union in Peril: The Crisis over British Intervention in the Civil War, reviewed, 91:348–49

Jones, I. Lawrence, 94:160

Jones, J. Alvin, 110:553

Jones, James, 70:37, 92:144, 100:134, 137

Jones, James P.: John A. Logan: Stalwart Republican from Illinois, reviewed, 81:452–53

Jones, Jesse, 72:244

Jones, J. M., 69:117

Jones, Joe, 94:160

Jones, John, 71:88, 91:280

Jones, John B., 76:327

Jones, John Gabriel, 78:307, 83:203, 214–15, 84:244

Jones, John Luther ("Casey"), 72:417, 74:335

Jones, John W., 89:388

Jones, Jonathan M.: book note by, 97:241; book reviews by, 94:439–40, 96:401–2

Jones, J. W, 109:336

Jones, J. Williams: Personal Reminiscences of General Robert E. Lee, noted, 88:372

Jones, Landon Y.: William Clark and the Shaping of the West, reviewed, 102:409–11

Jones, Lavina, 94:43

Jones, Lawrence, 80:381

Jones, Lee S., 88:193–203

Jones, Leonard ("Life Forever"), 90:58

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