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



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Kentucky Civil Rights Act of 1966, 98:258

Kentucky Civil Rights Hall of Fame, 99:8

Kentucky Civil War Round Table, 74:147

Kentucky Civil War Round Table (Lexington, Ky.), 70:61, 246

Kentucky Classical and Business College (North Middleton, Ky.), 105:395

Kentucky Coal Council, 107:338

Kentucky Coal Mining Museum (Benham, Ky.): history and exhibitions of, 107:475, 504–8, 511–12

Kentucky College for Women (Danville, Ky.), 93:148

Kentucky Colonels: See Honorable Order of Kentucky Colonels

Kentucky Colonization Society, 70:1, 75:94, 96–98, 101, 294, 101:97

Kentucky Commission on Human Rights, 91:65, 99:10–11, 47, 105:21; creation of, 110:548; desegregation suits of, 105:5; Fayette County, Ky., school integration, 101:257; Kentucky's Black Heritage: The Role of Black People in the History of Kentucky from Pioneer Days to the Present, 109:288–89; merger of Louisville and Jefferson County school districts, 105:14; opposition to Fayette County, Ky., busing plan, 101:265–66

Kentucky Commission on Women, 99:255, 283, 295

Kentucky Common School Society, 82:222

Kentucky Commonwealth (Frankfort, Ky.), 93:394

Kentucky Conference of NAACP branches: and school desegregation, 109:340

Kentucky Conference on Oral History, 104:391–92; roundtable discussions of, 104:609–42, 643–73

Kentucky Congress of Parents and Teachers (KCPT), 95:59, 66, 67, 70, 72

Kentucky constitutional conventions, 103:85–92; (1787), 105:253, 263; (1792), 69:248, 73:217, 95:337, 338, 341–42, 348, 353, 102:22–24, 32; (1792), slavery debate, 102:22–24; (1792) and slavery, 110:304; (1799), 77:77, 78:2; (1799), and John Breckinridge, 105:48–49; (1849), 70:341; (1849), and state capital location issue, 104:257–58; (1849), article ten, 69:323; (1849) and slavery, 110:282–83, 372; (1891), 70:82, 96:44–59, 98:249; (1891), and state capital relocation issue, 104:261–67; (1892), Edward F. Prichard's senior thesis on, 104:426

Kentucky constitutions: (1792), 70:2, 72:309–10, 95:337–67; (1792), and John Taylor, 73:105–21; (1792), and state capital location issue, 104:249–50, 257; (1792), illus., 103:187; (1792) and slavery, 106:359; (1799), 70:2, 72:310, 78:15, 18, 20, 23, 137, 82:218, 93:257; (1799), and state capital location issue, 104:256–57; (1799), changes from 1792, 73:108; (1850), 70:299, 74:192, 198–204, 75:1–19, 87:429, 96:33; (1850), and African Americans, 108:351; (1850), issue of elective judiciary, 93:387–421; (1891), 93:389, 420–21; (1891), and African Americans, \, 108:351; (1891), and state capital location issue, 104:260, 266, 283; (1891) and public school reform, 109:41; (1899), and slavery, 73:217–40

Kentucky Correspondence College (Lexington, Ky.), 88:438

Kentucky Council for Higher Education, 109:43; and public school reform, 109:50

Kentucky Council on Higher Education, 99:32

Kentucky Council on Postsecondary Education, 109:327



Kentucky Country: Folk and Country Music of Kentucky, by Charles K. Wolfe: reviewed, 81:427–28

Kentucky County, 71:335

Kentucky County, Va., 69:249, 252–53, 72:395, 78:308, 95:123, 97:137, 138, 139, 146; founding of, 102:538; horse breeding in, 100:473

Kentucky County Court: at Harrodsburg, Ky., 107:41



Kentucky Court and Other Records, Vol. II, by Julia Spencer Ardery: reviewed, 71:112

Kentucky Court of Appeals, 69:273, 301, 305–6, 70:122, 124, 130, 71:37–38, 155, 157, 167, 170, 335, 72:310, 321, 73:64, 360, 74:124, 78:16–20, 48, 93:391, 393–94, 401, 403–7, 414–18, 420, 94:251, 98:257, 348, 99:21, 226, 280; gifts to Ky. Historical Society, 101:23; and public school reform, 109:30–32; state capital relocation issue, 104:260



Kentucky Crafts: Handmade and Heartfelt, by Phyllis George: reviewed, 88:462–63

Kentucky Dam (Livingston and Marshall Counties, Ky.), 69:398

Kentucky Dam (Livingston and Marshall counties, Ky.), 84:178, 182–84, 88:189, 97:45, 46, 50, 51, 57, 80

Kentucky Dam Village State Park (Gilbertsville, Ky.), 91:200, 99:38



Kentucky Democrat (Millersburg, Ky.), 73:146

Kentucky Democratic Convention: (1919), 78:244, 255, 258

Kentucky Democratic-Republican Society, 68:64

Kentucky Democratic Society, 71:375, 381–82, 384

Kentucky Department for Libraries and Archives: support for oral history, 104:631

Kentucky Department of Education, 99:19, 109:35, 334; and Berea College, 110:65; and public school reform, 109:34

Kentucky Department of Health, 92:283

Kentucky Department of Military Affairs (Frankfort, Ky.), 72:202–3

Kentucky Department of Parks, 70:158, 352

Kentucky Derby: 100th anniversary, 68:269

Kentucky Derby (Louisville, Ky.), 70:339, 98:370, 109:374; 1878 winner, 100:480, 482; 1890 winner, 100:485; 1902 winner, 100:492–93; security for, 105:421; winners from Clay family stables, 100:473

Kentucky Derby Festival Association, 69:90

Kentucky Distillers and Wholesale Liquor Dealers' Association (Louisville, Ky.), 75:43

Kentucky District Court, 70:130

Kentucky Domestic Violence Association, 99:255, 257

Kentucky Early-American Studies Seminar: Kentucky Historical Society (Frankfort, Ky.), 108:251

Kentucky Educational Improvement Commission, 72:346–47

Kentucky Educational Society, 82:230

Kentucky Educational Television (KET), 69:90, 96:133, 99:235, 273; Edward F. Prichard special on, 104:399–400; and the Town Forum, 109:52

Kentucky Education Association: and public school reform, 109:51, 53

Kentucky Education Association (KEA), 71:233–36, 72:349, 74:14, 18, 21, 87:148, 88:439–40, 443–44, 451, 93:309, 312–14, 318, 321, 326, 329, 331, 99:220, 256–57; supports Paul E. Patton, 102:76

Kentucky Education Commission: creation of, 109:29

Kentucky Education Convention, 84:355

Kentucky Education Reform Act (KERA), 96:30, 297, 99:239, 104:397; issue in 1995 gubernatorial campaign, 102:74–75

Kentucky Education Review Act (1990): passage of, 109:62

Kentucky Emergency Relief Act (KERA), 98:396

Kentucky Emergency Relief Administration, 90:276

Kentucky Encyclopedia, edited by John E. Kleber, 90:45, 96:30, 97:84, 99:385, 387, 392, 105:90; reviewed, 90:380–83

Kentucky Environmental Quality Commission: Thomas D. Clark essays for, 103:335, 369–70

Kentucky Equal Rights Amendment, 90:83, 86, 88

Kentucky Equal Rights Association, 72:342, 344, 347, 349–51, 353–55, 357, 360–61, 73:387–88, 74:234, 93:1–2, 4–6, 8–9, 14–15, 17, 20, 33–35, 37–39, 41, 94:257–58, 99:251, 100:467

"Kentucky Exceptionalism in Gray," by James Russell Harris, 107:141–46

Kentucky Farm Bureau, 110:68

Kentucky Farmers' Alliance, 78:228–30, 233, 239, 242

Kentucky Federation of Business and Professional Women (BPW), 99:255, 257, 268

Kentucky Federation of Women's Clubs, 72:344, 346–47, 73:324, 74:21, 23, 85:247, 88:439, 95:59, 60; and education reform in Ky., 83:19–35

Kentucky Female Eclectic Institute (Frankfort, Ky.), 79:316

Kentucky Female Orphan School (Midway, Ky.), 90:79

Kentucky Fighting Men, 1861–1945, by Richard G. Stone, Jr.: reviewed, 81:303–4

Kentucky Folk Architecture, by William Lynwood Montell and Michael Lynn Morse: noted, 94:347; reviewed, 75:323–24

Kentucky Folklore Record, 73:72, 322

Kentucky Foot Volunteers: in Mexican War, 105:578, 580, 583, 585, 589, 592, 594, 596–97, 602



Kentucky Freemasonry, 1788–1978: The Grand Lodge and the Men Who Made It, by Charles Snow Guthrie: noted, 81:111–12

Kentucky frontier: African Americans on, 95:121–34; agricultural implements on, 107:9–10, 13–14; agriculture on, 107:3–32; Bluegrass powdermen, 87:99–119; Boone, Daniel, 83:202–36, 88:373–93, 91:324–29, 95:219–36, 100:497–504, 102:461–566; Boonesborough, visit to, 86:315–29; Bowman, John, recollections of, 97:137–58; child labor on, 107:28–29; cloth-making on, 107:21–25; crops grown on, 107:7–8, 10–13, 20–26; democratization of, 95:337–68; demography of, 80:253–66; effects of migration and out-migration on, 106:339–42; frontier thesis, 92:239–66; fruit cultivation on, 107:26–28; game on, 107:14, 20; gender roles, 107:18, 28–29; Hanks, John, recollection of, 92:131–48; journalism on, 76:98–111; land acquisition on, 78:297–321; Lincoln family in, 106:333–72; livestock on, 107:15–20, 24; McDowell, Samuel, family papers, 100:329–48; Meade, David, letter of, 90:117–39; migration of slaves to, 106:351–54, 360; Native Americans on, 83:320, 86:4–23, 90:1–25, 91:249–59, 106:344, 347, 107:5; revelry and religion on, 79:354–68; roundtable discussion, 102:461–88; settlement of, 106:338; significance of, 91:298–323; slaves on, 92:1–23, 107:29–30; and the Traveling Church, 79:240–65; Wade, James, account of, 89:1–31



Kentucky Gazette (Lexington, Ky.), 68:60–69, 138, 290, 69:165, 189, 296

Kentucky Gazette (Lexington, Ky.), 70:331, 71:10, 40, 159–62, 225, 371, 375, 381–82, 388–89, 72:146–47, 151–52, 157, 160, 167, 414, 73:341–42, 76:105, 156, 77:15, 84, 80:273, 81:152, 91:10, 94:126, 128, 102:482, 105:200, 223, 106:207; on 1792 constitutional convention, 95:337–38, 341–42, 348, 353; and the Cane Ridge revival, 106:204; on cholera, 88:428; on early Lexington drama, 76:268, 271, 273, 275–76; on French Revolution, 82:119–20; on gunpowder, 87:102, 109, 88:421–23; history of, 100:39–40; illus., 100:43, 107:16; and John Bradford, 100:36–40; poetry and politics in, 82:115–35; political stances of, 100:36, 38–40, 42–44, 50–51, 54–55; on prices (1786–1792), 77:186, 188; on runaway slaves, 92:7; on slavery, 82:117–18, 90:233; stallion ads in, 100:474; theater ads in, 100:57; on William Henry Harrison, 105:204–5

Kentucky General Assembly, 69:90, 124, 191, 235, 320, 323, 70:44, 124–25, 313, 97:288, 294, 301, 374, 98:165, 242, 247–49, 107:492, 109:334, 110:240; (1792), 70:247–48; (1798), 72:430; (1798-1799), 70:47; (1804), 71:72; (1822), 70:94; (1837), 69:362, 73:218; (1841), 69:362; (1842), 69:303; (1861), 71:30, 35, 72:365; (1862), 69:376; (1868), 71:38; (1869–1871), 70:17; (1870), 71:42; (1871), 71:45; (1873), 71:236; (1874), 75:28; (1906), 69:30; (1912), 72:348; (1916), 74:26, 75:52; (1922), 74:112, 119; (1924), 74:115; (1950), 71:247–48; (1964), 99:34–35; (1970), 70:246; (1972), 70:246, 74:147; and African American history, 109:288; African American legislators in, 110:543–50; African American petitions to, 105:390; African Americans in, 99:63, 271–73, 364–65, 371, 374–76, 384; and Carl D. Perkins, 107:308; civil rights bill of 1966, 109:389; and civil rights legislation, 99:8, 26–28, 33–34, 45–48; compensated emancipation, 106:579–80, 582–83, 600–601; Edward T. Breathitt and, 99:8, 16–17, 26–28, 33–34, 45–48; and Garlin M. Conner, 110:70; illus., 104:275; and the Jefferson Davis monument, 107:214; Ky. Historical Society, 101:10, 16, 19, 24, 29, 37–38; on land distribution for squatters, 75:190; legislation regarding Louisville, Ky., 107:47–48, 50, 56, 64–65, 67–68; and lobbyists, 99:256–57; and Louisville-Jefferson County school desegregation, 105:18; Martha Layne Collins and, 99:220, 222–23, 235–37; during Mexican War, 106:21; ministers barred from, 73:237, 238; opposition to African American recruitment, 106:591; Paul E. Patton's loss of influence, 102:80–81; petition of Denton Offutt to, 108:196–98; and public school reform, 109:1–2, 27, 29–33, 35–37, 40, 42, 44, 53–55, 58, 60, 62; Republican control of state senate, 102:80; rooms in state capitol, 101:21; and school desegregation, 109:340, 349; and secession crisis, 99:344, 355, 357, 359; and the secession issue, 110:254, 258, 259–60; state capital relocation issue, 104:258–59, 267–80; and strip mining legislation, 99:8, 47–48; and teacher certification, 110:51–52, 60; and whipping criminals in Ky., 100:5–27; women in, 99:268–74, 289–93

Kentucky Geological Survey, 72:306, 96:1; in 1880, 75:222; founding of, 78:209; and Nathaniel S. Shaler, 80:408–31

Kentucky Girls' High School State Basketball Tournament, 109:435, 440, 456–63; and Brenda Hughes, 109:293–94, 433–34, 441, 456–63; discontinuation of, 109:437; resumption of, 109:440



Kentucky Government and Politics, edited by Joel Goldstein: noted, 84:234

Kentucky Governors, by Robert A. Powell: reviewed, 75:325–26

Kentucky Harmonist (hymnbook), 98:399

Kentucky Harness Horse, by Ken McCarr, 100:487; reviewed, 77:302–4

Kentucky Herald (Paris, Ky.), 73:146

Kentucky Heritage: and anticommunism, 104:242

Kentucky Heritage Commission, 68:82, 70:63–64, 229, 250, 72:427; Survey of Historic Sites in Kentucky: Ballard County, reviewed, 80:92–93; Survey of Historic Sites in Kentucky: Clark County, reviewed, 79:374–76

Kentucky High School Athlete, 109:446–47

Kentucky High School Athletic Association (KHSAA), 109:449, 455, 459; and African Americans, 109:438–40, 442; and Brenda Hughes, 109:445, 453; ends girls' basketball, 109:436–37; formation of, 109:435; integration suit, 101:255; lawsuit against, 109:460; and women, 109:443; and women officials, 109:446

Kentucky High School Athletic League (KHSAL): discontinuation of, 109:439; formation of, 109:437; officials of, 109:438

Kentucky Highway Commission: Boss Ben Johnson and Ky. politics, 1927–1937, 84:18–50

Kentucky Historial Society (Frankfort, Ky.): Boone Day, 109:283; "Civil Rights Movement in Kentucky Oral History Project," 109:357

Kentucky Historical Events Celebration Commission, 68:269, 71:222, 330, 73:324

Kentucky Historical Highway Marker Program, 101:34, 43, 107:510; founding, 101:31

Kentucky Historical Society, 68:81, 291; guide to historical highway marker program, 68:282–83; Kentucky Young Historians Association, 68:270–71, 288–89

Kentucky Historical Society (Frankfort, Ky.), 69:87, 173, 273, 390, 400, 70:20, 61, 158, 229, 246, 249, 338, 71:222, 224, 330–32, 335, 439, 72:201, 301, 306, 429, 78:25, 96:308, 99:1, 117, 122, 158, 209, 284, 287–88, 295, 104:639, 107:143, 216; awards of, 105:277–80; Boone Day, 101:8–12, 27; collections of, 100:1, 498, 101:14, 17–18, 21–23, 27, 30–31, 110:491; General Assembly, 101:10, 16, 19, 21, 24, 29, 37–38; Hall of Governors, 101:8–12; highway marker program of, 101:31, 34, 43, 107:510; historical marker of, 70:61; history of, 101:7–44; history seminars at, 108:251; library, 101:7, 12, 27; officers of, 69:89–90; photographs from collections, 90:90–115; and Project MUSE, 108:2; Register of the Kentucky Historical Society, 101:19–22; resolutions adopted in 1975, 74:160–61; scholarly research fellowship program, 106:605, 107:297–98, 108:113

Kentucky Historical Society Foundation (Frankfort, Ky.): funding for Ky. History Center, 101:38–39; funding for scholarly research fellowship program, 107:297–98



Kentucky History: An Annotated Bibliography, by Ron D. Bryant: noted, 99:90

Kentucky History Center (Frankfort, Ky.), 99:52, 158, 280–81, 295, 302, 362, 101:18; Ernie Fletcher at, 102:5, 9; exhibit at, 102:156; funding of, 101:37–41; illus., 101:37, 39, 102:81, 82; Keeneland Changing Exhibits Gallery, 101:43; A Kentucky Journey, 101:41, 43; opening, 101:41; plans for, 101:38–41; Thomas D. Clark commentary on, 103:370–72; Thomas D. Clark on, 94:174–75; Thomas D. Clark Research Library, 101:40, 42–43

Kentucky History Conference (April 27-28, 1973), 71:222–23, 330–31

Kentucky Home Guard, 68:179

Kentucky Home Life, 104:446

Kentucky Horse Park (Fayette County, Ky.): and Steven L. Beshear, 106:3

Kentucky Hospital Association, 99:257

Kentucky House of Representatives: and George C. Lockhart, 105:407



Kentucky Housewife, by Lettice Bryan: reviewed, 90:189–90

Kentucky Housing Corporation, 99:273

Kentucky Humanities Council (Lexington, Ky.), 96:133; reprints Robert Penn Warren's "Blackberry Winter," 104:87–88

Kentucky Human Rights Commission, 109:379

Kentucky Illiteracy Commission, 74:20–28, 82:151–52, 154, 157, 161–62, 164–65, 167

Kentucky Illustrated: The First Hundred Years, by Martin F. Schmidt: reviewed, 91:330–31

"Kentucky in 1860: A Statistical Overview," comp. by Kenneth H. Williams and James Russell Harris, 103:743–64



Kentucky in American Letters: vol. 3, by Dorothy E. Townsend, reviewed, 74:322–23

Kentucky Industrial and Commercial Conference, 105:407

Kentucky Infantry Volunteers (Company B, Second Regiment), 95:237–83

Kentucky Institution for Feeble-Minded Children (Frankfort, Ky.): history of, 103:471

Kentucky Insurance Company (Lexington, Ky.), 71:86, 77:92–93, 100:433–34; failure of, 73:1–16

Kentucky Intelligencer, The (Millersburg, Ky.), 73:146

Kentucky Interracial Committee, 100:300

"Kentucky in the Nation's History," by Bob Edwards, 97:123–35

Kentucky in the New Republic: The Process of Constitution Making, by Joan Wells Coward: reviewed, 78:363–66

Kentucky in the Reconstruction Era, by Ross A. Webb: reviewed, 78:159–62

Kentucky in the War of 1812, by Anderson C. Quisenberry, 82:279–80, 282, 284

Kentucky in the War of 1812 by Anderson C Quisenberry: noted, 68:281–82

Kentucky Irish American (Louisville, Ky.): on Patrick Henry Callahan, 92:188; on prohibition, 92:186; on William Jennings Bryan, 92:181

Kentucky Iron Furnaces of the Hanging Rock Iron Region, by Donald E. Rist: reviewed, 73:329, 330

"'Kentucky is More or Less Civilized': Alfred Carroll, Charles Eubanks, Lyman Johnson, and the Desegregation of Kentucky Higher Education, 1939-1949," by John A. Hardin, 109:327–50

"Kentucky Jewry during Civil War," by Lee Shai Weissbach, 110:165–84

"Kentucky Journal of Thomas Nelson Page, The," by Harriet R. Holman, 68:1–16



Kentucky Journey (Ky. Historical Society), 99:295, 101:41

Kentucky Junior Historical Society (Frankfort, Ky.), 70:351; founding, 101:34



Kentucky Justice, Southern Honor, and American Manhood: Understanding the Life and Death of Richard Reid, by James C. Klotter: Governor's Award, 105:277–78; reviewed, 101:493–95

"Kentucky Justices on the U. S. Supreme Court," by Woodford L. Gardner Jr., 70:121–39



Kentucky Kernel (University of Ky.), 93:436–37

Kentucky Lake, 69:397–98, 71:449

Kentucky Lake State Park (Marshall County, Ky.), 91:200

Kentucky Land Company, 70:321



Kentucky Land Grants, The, by Willard Rouse Jillson, 72:307

Kentucky: Land of Contrast, by Thomas D. Clark: oral history interview about, 103:231

Kentucky Land Office: Kentucky Secretary of State's Office (Frankfort, Ky.), 102:538

"Kentucky: Land of Tomorrow": by Thomas D. Clark, 103:67–73

Kentucky Leader, 98:253, 255

Kentucky League of Cities, 99:257, 282

Kentucky League of Women Voters: and the Kentucky High School Athletic Association, 109:460

Kentucky Legislature: Two Decades of Change, by Malcolm E. Jewell and Penny M. Miller: reviewed, 87:439–40

Kentucky Library (Western Kentucky University), 68:291; fellowship offered, 104:385

Kentucky Library Commission, 95:60

Kentucky Long-Term Policy Research Center, 99:283

Kentucky Lunatic Asylum: See Eastern State Hospital

Kentucky Magazine, 95:284

"Kentucky Marker Dedication on the Field at Gettysburg, November 19, 1975," by Paul Crowdus, 74:146–51



Kentucky Medical Journal: (1917), 74:87

Kentucky Medical Society, 74:308



Kentucky Memories of Uncle Sam Williams, edited by Nathaniel Cheairs Hughes Jr.: reviewed, 78:269–70

Kentucky Military History Museum (Frankfort, Ky.): dedication of, 72:201–4; exhibits, 101:43; illus., 101:35; opening, 101:36

Kentucky Military Institute (Frankfort, Ky.), 69:101, 88:28, 90:342, 103:471, 104:26; and Benjamin F. Buckner, 107:519, 524–25; and Daniel W. Lindsey, 105:666; and rumor of slave plot, 110:319

Kentucky Military Institute (Montgomery County, Ky.): Henry Clay III at, 106:10

Kentucky militia: and Thomas Lincoln, 106:356; William Henry Harrison's evaluation of, 104:5–6

Kentucky Mission Society, 91:263



Kentucky Moonshine, by David W. Maurer and Quinn Pearl: reviewed, 73:322–24

Kentucky Mounted Volunteers: in Mexican War, 105:588, 602

Kentucky Museum Theatre Program: illus., 101:40

Kentucky National Guard, 72:201, 203, 88:289, 100:131, 136, 304, 308; 1975 call-up of, 105:3; armory at Barbourville, Ky., 90:358; Bardstown's C Battery, 90:140–64; colors of, illus., 105:425; and the Harrodsburg Tankers in World War II, 86:230–77; illus., 102:302; mobilization of, 102:192–94, 302–3; and school desegregation, 109:352; Thirty-eighth Infantry Division, 105:423

"Kentucky National Guard in Vietnam: The Story of Bardstown's Battery C at War," by Anthony A. McIntire, 90:140–64

Kentucky National Legion, 110:475

Kentucky Negro Education Association, 71:234–35, 91:73, 109:335; records on Albert Ernest Meyzeek, 89:357–58

Kentucky Negro Journal, 109:418–19, 423

Kentucky Normal College, 70:132

Kentucky Nurses Association, 99:255, 257

Kentucky Oaks, 100:493



Kentucky Obliquities, by Willard Rouse Jillson: reviewed by Thomas D. Clark, 103:339

Kentucky Ohio Canal Company, 72:45

Kentucky Oral History Commission, 99:1–2, 104:623–24, 639, 644, 682; collections, 101:43; costs of oral history training, 104:636; establishment of, 104:391; grants of, 104:634; oral history interviews of Edward F. Prichard, 104:397, 400–608; thirtieth anniversary, 104:627

Kentucky Orphan Brigade, 103:630

Kentucky Parent-Teachers Association, 95:64, 99:257

Kentucky Penitentiary (Frankfort, Ky.), 69:327, 329; founding of, 91:129–49

Kentucky People's Party, 78:229; See alsoPopulism

Kentucky Pharmaceutical Association, 94:417–18

Kentucky Physical Therapists Chapter, 99:256

Kentucky Pioneer: noted, 68:282

Kentucky Place Names, by Robert M. Rennick: reviewed, 83:272–73

Kentucky Plan, 109:327

"Kentucky Poem," by Mrs. William Mason Phillips, 69:235–38

Kentucky Point (Fulton County, Ky.), 77:27



Kentucky Politics, by Malcolm Jewell and Everett Cunningham, 79:232

Kentucky Politics and Government: Do We Stand United? by Penny M. Miller: reviewed, 92:316–18

"Kentucky Politics and the Heritage of the American Revolution: The Early Years, 1783–1788," by Stuart Seely Sprague, 78:98–114



Kentucky Post, 98:203

Kentucky Post and Times Star, 98:361, 362, 363, 364

Kentucky Preceptor: slavery issue in, 106:330

"Kentucky Presbyterians in 1849, The: Slavery and the Kentucky Constitution," by Victor B. Howard, 73:217–40

Kentucky Presbyterian Theological Seminary (Louisville, Ky.), 74:119

"Kentucky Press and the Negro Testimony Controversy, 1866–1872, The," by Victor B. Howard, 71:29–50

Kentucky Press Association (Frankfort, Ky.), 74:21, 96:34, 99:257

Kentucky Pro-ERA Alliance, 99:255

Kentucky Progam Development Office, 70:63

Kentucky Progress Commission: photograph by, 103:677



Kentucky Progress Magazine, 95:423

"Kentucky Projectile Points, Clear Creek, Shelby County," by E. H. Igleheart, 68:147–70

Kentucky Pythian Temple (Louisville, Ky.), 78:40

Kentucky Quilts and Their Makers, by Mary Washington Clarke: noted, 92:444; reviewed, 76:59–60

Kentucky Railroad Commission, 76:35, 37, 292–93, 310, 79:151, 155, 95:412

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