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



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Keller, Dominik, 75:229

Keller, Jacob, 88:410

Keller, J. E., 87:125

Keller, John, 88:410

Keller, W. Owen, 71:251

Kelley, Alfred, 72:50

Kelley, Bruce C.: and Mark A. Snell, eds., Bugle Resounding: Music and Musicians of the Civil War Era, reviewed, 102:424–26

Kelley, David C., 74:181

Kelley, D. C., 75:80, 85

Kelley, James C.: From Settlement to Statehood: A Pictorial History of Tennessee to 1796, reviewed, 76:320–22

Kelley, J. Charles, 68:156

Kelley, J. M., 80:303

Kelley, Mary: Learning to Stand and Speak: Women, Education, and Public Life in America's Republic, reviewed, 105:114–15

Kelley, Oliver H., 78:223

Kelley, R. Lynn: book note by, 90:430–31; book review by, 88:359–60

Kellogg, Charles Flint, 96:359

Kellogg, Charles Henry, 69:191

Kellogg, Frank H., 95:36

Kellogg, John Harvey: rise of eugenics, 102:219

Kellogg, Junius, 84:51

Kellogg, Miner Kilbourne, 69:191

Kellogg family, 69:192

Kelly, Arthur: oral history projects of, 104:621

Kelly, Benjamin, 83:16, 18

Kelly, Captain —, 77:170

Kelly, Grace: illus., 100:318

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

Kelly, J. N.: book reviews by, 69:93–94, 70:348–50

Kelly, John, 85:347

Kelly, John A.: book note by, 91:127–28

Kelly, John H., 93:277

Kelly, John W., 81:410–11, 422

Kelly, Mary Ann: My Old Kentucky Home, Good-night, reviewed, 77:216–17

Kelly, Miss—, 72:268

Kelly, Mrs. E. O., 68:271

Kelly, Patrick J.: Creating a National Home: Building the Veterans' Welfare State, 1860–1900, reviewed, 95:449–50; original-intent theory, 102:398; Republican post-Civil War policy, 102:395–96

Kelly, R. M., 84:357

Kelly, Robert Morrow, 74:283, 296, 299

Kelly, William, 71:323

Kelly, William ("Pig Iron"), 78:328, 90:60

Kelso, William, 96:179

Kelsting, William: attitude toward George Chescheir, 105:458

Kemmerer, Edwin, 79:51

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

Kemp, Jack: enterprise-zones proposal, 107:397

Kemper, Jackson, 69:65

Kemper, Kurt Edward: book reviews by, 107:464–66, 109:120–22; College Football and America: Culture in the Cold War Era, reviewed, 107:291–93

Kemper Medical College, 68:347, 367

Kempff, Louis, 88:60

Kempton, Murray, 84:291, 297

Kendall, Amos, 71:155, 165, 323, 75:288, 77:98–100, 78:126, 129, 133, 82:216, 218, 89:241–43, 100:39, 56; and Clay family, 100:440–41; identified, 100:440; "Ode to Freedom," 68:239–51; and the relief controversy, 69:307–12

Kendall, Henry M., 96:344

Kendall family, 70:52, 55

Kendrick, Archbishop ——, 69:162

Kendrick, John B., 95:39

Kenealy, Arabella: and girls' basketball, 109:157–58, 164, 171

Kenkel, Ken: book note by, 87:93

Kennan, George F.: and containment policy, 102:312–13; The Fateful Alliance: France, Russia, and the Coming of the First World War, reviewed, 83:371–73; influence on George C. Herring, 102:299–300

Kennard, George, 71:38

Kennedy, Agnes, 87:5, 6

Kennedy, Alfred Worsley: biographical sketch of, 103:510

Kennedy, Alphonso Marcelle Pittman, 76:334–35

Kennedy, Andrew, 87:17

Kennedy, Ann, 87:5, 6

Kennedy, Anthony M.: and the Meredith case, 105:30–32

Kennedy, Arch, 87:5, 6, 10

Kennedy, Clara, 87:5

Kennedy, David, 87:2

Kennedy, David M.: Over Here: The First World War and American Society, reviewed, 80:243–45

Kennedy, Dinah, 69:129–30

Kennedy, Edward M. ("Ted"), 99:231, 104:572

Kennedy, Francis, 69:128

Kennedy, Jane Smith: portrait of, illus., 103:498

Kennedy, Joe, 104:465

Kennedy, John, 103:495–96

Kennedy, John F., 69:398, 70:237, 334, 71:219, 73:214, 75:169, 344, 82:57, 84:201, 85:160, 95:285, 97:124, 99:7, 21–22, 39, 104:448, 566–67, 570, 572, 577, 581, 614, 616, 681, 107:379, 387; and the 1960 presidential primary, 107:373–75, 398; and African Americans, 106:534; and Alice Dunnigan, 109:289; and anti-Catholicism in Kentucky, 104:418; cold war and civil rights issues, 104:217–20; death of, 107:403; defense strategy of, 110:155–56, 158; and the election of 1960, 107:375; and the fall of Ngo Dinh Diem, 102:326; letter about Henry Clay, 100:426; programs for Appalachia, 107:378, 381; Thomas D. Clark letter to, 103:319; Thomas D. Clark memories of assassination, 103:243–46; and Vietnam War, 102:311, 324, 326

Kennedy, John Sr., 87:17

Kennedy, Joseph, 69:129, 132, 134, 137, 87:17

Kennedy, Kathleen, 104:573; and Sharon Ullman, eds., Sexual Borderlands: Constructing an American Sexual Past, reviewed, 102:232–33

Kennedy, Lucinda, 87:5

Kennedy, Madge Williard: biographical sketch of Matthew Kennedy, 103:495

Kennedy, Martha: and Matthew Kennedy, 103:496

Kennedy, Matthew, 100:41, 106:220; and architectural styles, 103:501–2, 508, 510–11, 514; article about, 103:493–515; career in Lexington, 103:503–12; death of, 103:513; duplex of, illus., 103:505; evaluation of career, 103:514–15; family and early life, 103:495–96; first to adopt title of architect, 103:493, 510–11; Frankfort residence of, 103:625–26; historiography of, 103:493–94; home in Lexington, illus., 103:515; homes in Lexington, 103:493–94; Kennedy, Smith & Co., Louisville, 103:512–13; Kentucky's second capitol building, 103:506, 104:255; marriage of, 103:503; and Martha Kennedy, 103:496; partnership with James W. Brand, 103:493, 500–506; portrait of, illus., 103:494; purchase of land from John W. Hunt, 103:504–6; and Transylvania University, 103:493, 503, 507–10

Kennedy, Mr. ——, 78:297

Kennedy, N. Brent: The Melungeons: The Resurrection of a Proud People–An Untold Story of Ethnic Cleansing, critiqued, 102:214–15; work on Melungeons, 102:220

Kennedy, Rebecca, 69:128

Kennedy, Robert F., 75:169, 87:49, 95:288, 99:30, 100:3, 104:572–73, 107:396; antipoverty politics and Appalachia, 107:305, 371–400; death of, 107:396; and Earle Clements, 104:524, 563, 576–77; and the growth strategy, 107:379; illus., 107:372, 387, 391; and Lyndon B. Johnson, 107:387; New York senate campaign, 107:382–83; and organized crime, 98:354, 361–62, 364; political style of, 107:375, 394–96; presidential candidacy of, 107:393–98; and the Southern Tier Counties (N.Y.), 107:382–85, 392; and urban poverty, 107:385–86; visit to eastern Ky., 107:371–72, 387–93; visit to West Virginia, 107:373–76, 382

Kennedy, Roger G.: Greek Revival America, reviewed, 88:471–72

Kennedy, Ross A.: book review by, 101:373–75; Will to Believe, The: Woodrow Wilson, World War I, and America's Strategy for Peace and Security, reviewed, 107:128–29

Kennedy, Samuel, 69:134, 137–39

Kennedy, Smith & Co. (Louisville, Ky.): Matthew Kennedy's business, 103:512–13

Kennedy, Susan, 87:5–7

Kennedy, Susan Estabrook: The Banking Crisis of 1933, reviewed, 72:289–91; book review by, 88:230–31

Kennedy, Thomas, 69:129–34, 137–39, 73:160, 78:352, 358, 360, 87:17, 90:58; and oil imports, 107:323

Kennedy, Thomas J.: biographical sketch of, 105:596–98; Ky. Regiment, 105:600

Kennedy, Thomas Smith, 103:501

Kennedy, Thomas Worsley, 103:495

Kennedy, V. Lynn: Born Southern: Childbirth, Motherhood, and Social Networks in the Old South, reviewed, 107:438–39

Kennedy, Walter, 103:495–96

Kennedy, William, 70:32

Kennedy and Lincoln: Medical and Ballistic Comparisons of Their Assassinations, by John K. Lattimer: reviewed, 80:359–61

Kennedy Library Project, 104:614

Kennedy Military Hospital (Memphis, Tenn.), 101:317

Kennedy Neurosis, The: A Psychological Portrait of an American Dynasty, by Nancy Gager Clinch: reviewed, 72:63–64

Kenner, Robert C., 97:298

Kennerton Street (London, England): John S. Rarey at, 108:195

Kennesaw Mountain (Ga.), 94:166



Kenneth and John B. Rayner and the Limits of Southern Dissent, by Gregg Cantrell: reviewed, 91:445–47

Kennett, John, 75:128

Kennett, Lee, 101:297; book review by, 95:112–13; Marching Through Georgia: The Story of Soldiers and Civilians During Sherman's Campaign, reviewed, 93:488–89

Kennett, Robert L., 79:351

Kenney, Peter, 108:225

Kennon, Donald R.: and William C. Dickinson, and Dean A. Herrin, eds., Montgomery C. Meigs and the Building of the Nation's Capital, reviewed, 100:78–80

Kenny, Gale L.: Contentious Liberties: American Abolitionists in Post-Emancipation Jamaica, reviewed, 109:477–79

Kenoak (Louisville, Ky.): plat of, 107:73

Kenova, W. Va., 97:404

Kenrick, Francis Patrick, 101:280

Kent, James, 72:321

Kent, Raymond A., 81:64, 68, 85:60, 63

Kenton, Edna: Simon Kenton: His Life and Period, 1755–1836, 72:18

Kenton, John: livestock at station of, 107:16

Kenton, Simon, 69:248, 71:1, 78:310, 80:261, 83:13–14, 84:261, 88:373–74, 391, 91:304, 94:9, 97:130, 148, 105:49; compared to Daniel Boone, 102:523; illus., 102:523; memorial to, 70:246, 352; reputation with Native Americans, 102:471; rescued by Simon Girty, 102:527; state shrine commission, 68:270; as a western archetype, 102:516

Kenton Company, Second Kentucky Infantry, 106:15

Kenton County, Ky., 69:109, 72:132, 74:42–45, 49–50, 90:324, 332, 98:156, 166–68; allegiances in during Civil War, 79:211–18; Democratic Party in, 104:518–19; members of Ky. Regiment from, 105:588; state capital relocation issue, 104:282

Kent State University (Kent, Ohio), 72:77, 83:36–63; National Guard Shooting at, 102:301



Kentucke Gazette, 78:109, 126

Kentucke: The Magazine of Bluegrass State Heritage, 96:305

Kentucke: The Story of a Proud Heritage, by Robert A. Powell: reviewed, 76:242–43

Kentuckian: ship magazine for the USS Kentucky, 88:77

Kentuckian, The (Paris), 72:138

Kentuckian-Citizen (Paris, Ky.), 108:360; and racial politics in Bourbon County, Ky., 108:367–68, 370–71, 374

Kentuckians, by Janice Holt Giles: noted, 87:92

"'Kentuckians All': The Journey of Three Kentucky U.S. Marine Corps Reserve Companies in War and Peace, 1948-1968," by Leo J. Daugherty III, 110:135–63

"Kentuckians at the Alamo, 1836," compiled by Hambleton Tapp, 71:1–28

Kentuckians Before Boone, by A. Gwynn Henderson: reviewed, 91:338–39

Kentuckians for the Commonwealth, 99:257



Kentuckians in Gray: Confederate Generals and Field Officers of the Bluegrass State, edited by Bruce S. Allardice and Lawrence Lee Hewitt, 110:234

Kentuckians in Gray: Confederate Generals and Field Officers of the Bluegrass State, edited by Bruce S. Allardice and Lawrence Lee Hewitt: noted, 107:627–28

Kentuckians in History and Literature, by John Wilson Townsend, 72:308

"Kentuckian's Victory-Bond Odyssey, A," by Thomas E. Stephens, 100:195–200



Kentucky: 1860 election, 103:759–64; and Abraham Lincoln, 106:307–32, 433–77, 479–94, 571–604, 107:173–76, 216–19; African American legislators, 110:533–57; African Americans, 71:29–50, 83:237–66, 84:263–79, 85:29–45, 87:426–38, 89:338–61, 90:165–82, 91:65–76, 403–19, 93:159–79, 95:121–34, 96:351–76, 97:305–22, 98:1–22, 155–78, 241–60, 99:52–68, 53–68, 363–84, 100:15–27, 293–310, 101:243–74, 457–78, 105:386–39; African Americans in, 109:283–465, 351–93; agriculture, 78:219–42, 83:347–55, 89:179–99, 90:165–82, 92:267–87, 96:137–66; Appalachia, 83:123–39, 299–314, 87:40–57, 385–403, 91:176–202, 93:180–206, 94:225–46, 265–96, 95:57–78, 96:119–36; Appalachian Kentucky and the War on Poverty, 107:301–417; architecture, 103:493–516; athletics, 88:163–82, 93:422–45; and banking, 77:91–107; basketball, 84:51–75, 109:153–86, 433–65; Bluegrass region, 92:347–99; and the British, 73:288–90; business, 88:394–430; caves of, 77:247–62; civil rights, 90:165–82, 99:5–51, 101:243–74, 104:217–48, 105:3–32, 383–416; Civil War, 69:16, 101–27, 106, 108, 110, 115, 118, 125, 168, 393, 75:79–91, 85:322–58, 86:52–69, 352–75, 89:362–76, 93:257–85, 94:134–73, 96:221–48, 315–49, 97:1–26, 247–85, 98:43–102, 101:401–56, 102:383–402, 103:517–42, 627–60, 661–90, 107:141–46, 173–76, 183, 189, 513–49, 109:65–73, 110:467–74; Clay, Henry, 89:32–60, 94:353–62, 100:427–72, 473–96, 583–84; coal, 73:155, 162, 164–70, 97:189–201; comparison with Tennessee during Civil War, 110:439–80; Confederate Seal of, 80:89–90; Confederate view of, 70:163–78; conservative Unionism in, 110:293–326; crime, 84:361–96, 88:1–23, 102:357–82; criminal justice, 91:129–49, 100:5–27; currency of, 69:212; "dark and bloody ground," myth of, 90:1–25; democratization of, 95:337–67; development of radio in, 79:333–53; early heroes, 90:225–335; early population of, 80:253–66; education, 69:87–89, 363, 395–97, 77:15–24, 83:19–35, 36–63, 173–201, 85:46–68, 86:24–51, 103–18, 88:318–34, 431–56, 91:150–75, 93:307–32, 95:79–85, 96:29–60, 97:287–304, 98:1–22, 23–42, 103:173–84; education in, 68:189–220, 109:27–62; environment, 102:157–82, 183–206; family history, 103:465–92; Federal occupation of, 110:326–61, 391–94, 412–13, 427–28, 461–74; in film, 98:367–84, 405–28; foreign observers, 90:26–44, 94:59–66; Freedmen's Bureau, 84:343–60; freemasonry in, 68:53–59; frontier agriculture, 107:3–32; future of, Edward F. Prichard on, 104:602–8; and General Orders, No. 11, 110:179–84; German colonies in, 75:222–32; governors of, 76:285–306; historiography, 68:285–91, 80:65–88, 90:45–63, 92:400–410, 96:295–306, 307–14, 377–84, 97:83–112, 123–36, 99:385–92, 101:479–88, 103:11–445, 104:95–126, 105:33–92, 247–76, 461–74; historiography of, 109:287–88, 291–92; horse breeding and racing, 79:203–10, 100:473–96; immigrants in, 69:150–51, 162; and the influence of Henry Clay, 110:243–63; Jackson Purchase, 99:339–62; James Monroe and the Confederation Congress, 74:261–80; journalism, 69:164–65, 94:247–64; judicial system, 93:387–421; labor, 85:111–37, 86:216–29; land acquisition, 69:200, 202, 208, 210, 84:241–62, 85:103–10, 91:176–202; law, 90:165–82; literature, 86:142–65, 89:121–46, 90:368–76, 91:24–50, 96:1–28, 97:113–222, 98:139–54, 104:77–94; lotteries, 87:405–25; medicine, 87:20–39, 94:396–421, 102:157–82; Melungeons, 102:207–24; memory of Jefferson Davis in, 107:210–18; Mexican War, 90:323–44, 95:227–84; military, 83:315–46, 88:45–81, 148–62, 278–86, 99:123–52, 104:43–76; Mormons, 105:229–46; music, 80:170–82, 93:286–306, 98:385–404; name, 103:67; in the nation's history, 97:123–35; Native Americans, 91:249–59, 260–97, 95:219–36; New Deal, 84:107–45, 90:256–83, 345–67, 93:446–64, 97:45–82; New Perspectives on Civil War–Era Kentucky, 110:231–584; New South, 103:341–43; and the Old South, 98:369–71, 376; opposition to Lincoln administration, 110:389–402; oral history, 104:395–608, 609–42, 643–74, 685–98; orators of, 73:356–89; photographs of, 90:90–115; photography in, 78:208–18, 85:291–307; politics, 71:344–63, 72:309–18, 76:285–306, 78:98–114, 80:281–308, 309–29, 367–91, 82:1–27, 115–35, 192–210, 84:18–50, 146–91, 192–210, 397–421, 85:1–28, 138–61, 86:330–51, 88:245–77, 89:239–65, 266–86, 90:256–83, 92:24–43, 175–99, 93:133–58, 96:245–68, 98:343–66, 99:213–301, 249–84, 100:29–57, 102:3–12, 69–88, 103:185–200, 349–76, 661–90, 104:249–83, 440–54, 507–24, 105:675–77; postwar Confederate identity of, 110:293–95, 567, 575–84; Prohibition, 75:28–54, 92:175–99; racial violence in, 109:358; railroads in, 73:122–35, 346–55; and Reconstruction, 107:227–28, 110:474–80; regional identity of, 107:521–22; religion, 68:292–310, 79:354–68, 85:308–21, 87:144–61, 88:121–47, 91:1–23, 97:305–22, 347–74, 101:275–96, 102:13–38, 103:75–92, 106:165–90, 110:3–31, 265–91; Robert Charles O'Hara Benjamin in, 109:285; and secession, 72:91–110, 99:339–61, 106:409–32; Shakers, 94:33–58; slavery, 110:293–326; slavery in, 69:281–82, 319–38, 75:92–111, 80:281–308, 81:255–73, 87:1–19, 92:1–23, 96:167–94, 97:375–402, 101:93–108, 401–56, 102:13–38, 103:691–726, 727–43, 105:51–56, 64–65, 106:312–13, 378–80, 412, 434–35, 571–604; Spanish–American War, 89:287–99, 94:363–95; sports, 77:275–84, 88:163–82, 93:422–45, 97:403–44; statistical overview in 1860, 103:743–64; tobacco, 81:407–24, 92:305–9, 100:311–28, 313–14; transportation, 68:91–131, 87:118–43, 94:4–32, 95:1–28, 369–94, 395–425, 98:279–96; Underground Railroad, 101:93–108; urban history, 72:337–41, 97:189–201; Vietnam War, 90:140–64, 95:285–303, 97:323–36, 102:287–355; War of 1812, 83:93–107, 104:5–42, 105:195–228; women, 77:15–24, 83:19–35, 87:1–19, 90:64–89, 93:4–24, 25–42, 43–78, 79–85, 422–45, 94:363–95, 99:213–48, 213–301, 249–84, 249–86, 287–301, 101:45–74, 109:153–86, 110:481–502; World War II, 83:108–22, 86:230–77, 88:287–317, 89:61–84, 92:288–304, 93:333–39, 95:135–80, 96:61–87, 265–94, 98:179–204, 100:129–38, 139–65, 167–94, 195–200, 101:75–92, 297–318, 102:39–68, 104:675–84, 105:417–60; See alsoKentucky capitol buildings, Kentucky constitutional conventions, Kentucky constitutions, Kentucky frontier, Kentucky General Assembly

Kentucky (film), 98:370–71

Kentucky (horse), 100:475, 482



Kentucky (snagboat), 95:386

Kentucky, by I. J. Schwartz: reviewed, 90:286–87

Kentucky, The, by Thomas D. Clark, 103:208; correspondence about, 103:214–16; essays cut from reprinted, 103:75–107; noted, 91:122–23

"Kentucky, the Civil War, and the Spirit of Henry Clay," by James C. Klotter, 110:243–63



Kentucky & Ohio Journal, 73:130

Kentucky A&M College (Lexington, Ky.), 100:488



Kentucky: A Bicentennial History, by Steven A. Channing: reviewed, 77:46–49

Kentucky Abolitionists in the Midst of Slavery, 1854–1864: Exiles for Freedom, by Richard Sears: book review by, 92:201–3

Kentucky Abolition Society, 69:319, 88:136–37, 139

Kentucky Academy (Lexington, Ky.), 69:69, 70:124; merger with Transylvania University, 86:107

Kentucky Academy of Trial Attorneys, 99:257



Kentucky Adjutant General's Report of Union Soldiers, 79:216–17

Kentucky Advisory Commission on Public Documents, 75:141



Kentucky Advocate (Danville, Ky.), 69:125

"Kentucky African Americans: 'So Much Remains to be Told,'" by Gerald L. Smith, 109:287–94

Kentucky Agricultural & Mechanical College (Lexington, Ky.), 73:386; and Sophonisba Preston Breckinridge, 101:55

Kentucky Agricultural Experiment Station (Lexington, Ky.), 92:277

Kentucky Agricultural Society, 89:197, 199; and Charles S. Todd, 105:196

Kentucky: A History of the State, by W. H. Perrin, J. H. Battle, and G. C. Kniffin: noted, 78:193

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

Kentucky-American Water Company (Fayette County, Ky.), 96:305



Kentucky Ancestors, 101:43; founding, 101:34

Kentucky and the Bourbons: The Story of Allen Dale Farm, by Ronald R. Van Stockum: reviewed, 91:204–5

"Kentucky and the Cincinnati-Charleston Railroad, 1835–1839," by Stuart Seely Sprague, 73:122–35

"Kentucky and the Navigation of the Mississippi; The Climactic Years, 1793–1795," by Stuart Seely Sprague, 71:364–92

Kentucky and The Second American Revolution: The War of 1812, by James Wallace Hammack Jr.: reviewed, 75:238–40

Kentucky Anthology, The: Two Hundred Years of Writing in the Bluegrass State, edited by Wade Hall: reviewed, 103:765–67

Kentucky: A Pictorial History: edited by J. Winston Coleman Jr., Thomas D. Clark, Lawrence S. Thompson and Clyde T. Burke, reviewed, 70:156–58

Kentucky: A Pictorial History, by J. Winston Coleman Jr., 73:100

Kentucky Archaeological Survey (University of Ky.), 102:462



Kentucky Archaeology, edited by R. Barry Lewis: reviewed, 95:90–91

Kentucky Association (racetrack), 100:495

Kentucky Association for the Prevention and Relief of Tuberculosis, 72:343

Kentucky Association of Colleges, 68:212, 215–16; and Berea College, 110:51

Kentucky Association of Colored Women's Clubs: founding of, 109:359

Kentucky Association of Professional Teachers, 82:221



Kentucky Authors: A History of Kentucky Literature, by Mary Carmel Browning, 69:174

Kentucky Bankers' Association, 91:196

"Kentucky Baptist Aid to Reconstruction Georgia," by Derrell C. Roberts, 79:219–26

Kentucky Baptist Association, 70:101

Kentucky Baptist Children's Home (Hardin County, Ky.), 90:249–50

Kentucky Baptist Relief Association, 79:221, 225



Kentucky Baptists, 1925–2000: A Story of Cooperation, by James Duane Bolin: reviewed, 99:72–73

Kentucky Baptist Society for Propagating the Gospel among the Heathen, 91:263

Kentucky Bar Association, 68:82

Kentucky "Barrens," 71:55

"Kentucky Bend—The Lock That Had To Be Released," by Allen Anthony, 77:108–11

Kentucky Bicentennial Bookshelf, 73:100, 322, 324, 74:232–33

Kentucky Bicentennial Commission, 90:45

Kentucky Bicentennial Oral History Commission: See Kentucky Oral History Commission



Kentucky Birds: A Finding Guide, by Roger W. Barbour, Clell T. Peterson, Delbert Rust, Herbert E. Shadowen, A. L. Whitt Jr.: reviewed, 71:448–49

"Kentucky Blacks: The Transition from Slavery to Freedom," by Marion B. Lucas, 91:403–19



Kentucky Bluegrass Country, by R. Gerald Alvey: reviewed, 91:331–33

Kentucky Board of Claims, 95:173, 177



Kentucky Book, by Wade Hall: reviewed, 79:266–67

Kentucky Boys' High School State Basketball Tournament: and John Will ("Scoop") Brown, 109:441

Kentucky Brigade, 110:376

Kentucky brigade: during the War of 1812, 104:14–20, 23–29

Kentucky Broadcasters Association, 68:189, 69:90

Kentucky Building (Western Kentucky University), 92:68, 105:80

Kentucky Building Trades Council, 99:233

Kentucky Bureau of Immigration, 90:97; efforts to establish, 1870-1880, 75:222–23

Kentucky Bureau of Negro Affairs, 104:236; and C. Ewbank Tucker, 104:230

Kentucky capitol buildings: capitol relocation issue, 104:249–83; first, construction of, 104:250; first, destruction by fire, 104:253; first, illus., 104:253; fourth, Abraham Lincoln bicentennial celebration at, 106:471–77; fourth, funds for construction of, 104:280–81, 283; fourth, illus., 103:476, 104:280; second, and Matthew Kennedy, 103:497, 506–7; second, approval to build in Frankfort, 104:253; second, destruction by fire, 104:253; second, illus, 104:255; third, 69:101, 117; third, design of, 104:256–57; third, funds for construction of, 104:254–55; third, illus, 104:257; third, illus., 104:257; third, rededication of, 73:337–39; third, restoration of, 71:331–33

Kentucky Career Employees Association, 99:217

Kentucky Cavalry: at battle of Buena Vista, 105:586

Kentucky Central Railroad, 95:386; consolidation with Louisville and Nashville Railroad, 105:415; and the Green v. Gould case, 105:383–84, 403

Kentucky Chamber of Commerce, 91:196



Kentucky Christian, 74:122

Kentucky Civil Liberties Union (KCLU), 104:244; desegregation suits of, 105:5; Fayette County, Ky. school desegregation suit, 105:4–5; Fayette County, Ky., school integration suit, 101:251–53; formation of, 104:229; and the Kentucky High School Athletic Association, 109:439–40; Louisville-Jefferson County school desegregation cases, 105:11–12; merger of Louisville and Jefferson County school districts, 105:14; suit against Ky. High School Athletic Association, 101:255

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