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



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Kirkpatrick—, 109:323–24

Kirkpatrick, ——, 85:351, 353

Kirkpatrick, James: bail hearing in Louisville lynching case, 102:378; Louisville police chief, 102:371

Kirkpatrick, Moses, 68:237–38

Kirkpatrick, William, 68:238

Kirkpatrick family, 68:237

Kirov, Russia, 72:83

Kirshenbaum, Jerry, 84:75

Kirwan, A. D., 80:87, 84:58, 64–65; illus., 103:345, 387; South since Appomattox , 103:229–31; Thomas D. Clark letters to, 103:229–31, 246–47, 362, 386–88, 430, 449, 457–58

Kisacky, Jeanne: book review by, 105:700–701

Kisch, Josef, 95:154–55

Kise, William C., 71:431, 96:238–39

Kiser, Thelma Scott, 74:323; book review by, 77:141–42

Kiskis, Michael J.: book reviews by, 105:502–3, 713–15, 108:147–48

Kisler, Ben, 92:59

Kisler, Frank, 92:59

Kisseloff, Jeff: Generation on Fire: Voices of Protest from the 1960s, an Oral History, reviewed, 105:765–67

Kissinger, Charles Clark: Seems Like Yesterday: A Surgeon's Odyssey, noted, 86:406

Kissinger, Henry, 73:390, 100:3, 105:471; and Vietnam War, 102:332, 346–49



Kith and Kin: A Portrait of a Southern Family, 1630–1934, by Carolyn L. Harrell: reviewed, 82:399–400

Kittredge, G. L., 73:71

Kittridge, George Lyman, 80:141

Kitty Clive (horse), 100:492

Kiwanis Clubs: in Bowling Green, Ky., 69:33; in Corbin, Ky., 81:26, 29–30; in Lexington, Ky., 88:174, 91:194

Kiyota, Minoru: Case of Japanese Americans during World War II, The: Suppression of Civil Liberty, reviewed, 102:261–62

Kizer, Allen, 108:92

Kizer Station, Ky.: during Civil War, 108:92

Kjelland, Brittany, 100:329

Klair, William F. ("Billy"), 84:28, 33, 50; during the Great Depression, 90:256, 259–60, 262, 264–65, 266, 279; political organization of, 104:414, 510

Klapeke, Harry: and the truck deal, 104:574

Klass, Raymond: Mammoth Cave National Park: Reflections, noted, 104:807

Kleber, John E., 84:69, 97:92; "As Luck Would Have It: An Overeview of Lawrence W. Wetherby as Governor, 1950–1955," 84:397–421; book reviews by, 77:63–65, 91:331–33, 93:213–14, 99:402–3; ed., The Kentucky Encyclopedia, reviewed, 90:380–83; ed., The Public Papers of Governor Lawrence W. Wetherby, reviewed, 82:176–77; The Encyclopedia of Louisville, reviewed, 99:385–92; illus., 106:472; "Judgement of Future Events, The: Kentucky Embraces Abraham Lincoln, its Native Son," 106:471–77; Lincoln bicentennial presentation by, 106:301, 303; "Myth and Reality in Kentucky History," 90:45–63; Thomas D. Clark of Ky.: An Uncommon Life in the Commonwealth, reviewed, 101:319–21

Klee, John: book note by, 90:220; book review by, 89:203–4; oral history projects of, 104:621

Klein, Maury, 76:333; The Life and Legend of Jay Gould, reviewed, 85:274–75

Kleinberg, S. J.: Widows and Orphans First: The Family Economy and Social Welfare Policy, 1880–1939, reviewed, 104:340–41

Klement, Frank L., 97:1; Dark Lanterns: Secret Political Societies, Conspiracies, and Treason Trials in the Civil War, reviewed, 83:278–79

Klepp, Susan E.: Revolutionary Conceptions: Women, Fertility, and Family Limitation in America, 1760-1820, reviewed, 108:394–96

Kliebard, Herbert M., 93:195, 110:37–38

Kline family, 79:18

Klingaman, William K.: 1929: The Year of the Great Crash, noted, 88:242

Klooster, David J.: and Russell Duncan, eds., Phantoms of a Blood-Stained Period: The Complete Civil War Writings of Ambrose Bierce, reviewed, 101:152–54

Klotter, James C., 76:307, 309, 86:62, 92:252, 98:240, 257, 341, 101:450, 103:525, 105:387, 107:183, 110:233, 235–36; 88:33, 88:461–62; on Abraham Lincoln and Ky., 106:470; book notes by, 78:193–94, 79:202, 80:116, 366, 479–80, 482, 81:111, 114, 234–36, 339–40, 342, 462–63, 82:208, 209–10, 318, 320, 83:89, 169–70, 84:236, 86:93, 312, 87:196–97, 88:244, 89:118–19, 235, 93:253–54; book reviews by, 73:80–82, 417–19, 74:126–28, 143, 144, 255, 256, 323–25, 75:325–26, 76:55–57, 78:69–70, 79:78–80, 81:434–35, 86:78–79, 87:64–66, 162–63, 91:423–25, 92:316–18, 97:451–53, 104:165–67; The Breckinridges of Kentucky, 1760–1981, reviewed, 85:262–63; "Clio in the Commonwealth: The Status of Kentucky History," 80:65–88; ed., Human Tradition in the New South, noted, 104:808–9; ed., Our Kentucky: A Study of the Bluegrass State, reviewed, 91:77–79; ed., The Public Papers of Governor Simeon Willis, 1943–1947, reviewed, 87:61–62; Governor's Award, 105:277–78; historiographical articles by, 109:287–88, 291–92, 110:240–41; Human Tradition in the Old South, The, noted, 103:845; illus., 101:36, 105:91; and John W. Muir, "Boss Ben Johnson, the Highway Commission, and Kentucky Politics, 1927–1937," 84:18–50; "Kentucky, the Civil War, and the Spirit of Henry Clay," 110:243–63; Kentucky Justice, Southern Honor, and American Manhood: Understanding the Life and Death of Richard Reid, reviewed, 101:493–95; Ky. Historical Society director, 101:37, 39, 44; and Lowell H. Harrison, A New History of Kentucky, 110:468, 470–72, 474; and Lowell H. Harrison, A New History of Kentucky, reviewed, 96:307–14; "Moving Kentucky into the Twenty-first Century: Where Should We Go From Here?," 97:83–112; oral history involvement of, 104:629; Register editor, 101:2; resignation, 101:41; "Two Centuries of the Lottery in Kentucky," 87:405–25; William Goebel: The Politics of Wrath, reviewed, 77:137–38

Klunder, Willard Carl: Lewis Cass and the Politics of Moderation, reviewed, 94:439–40

K'Meyer, Tracy E., 104:213–15, 666, 109:372, 397; book review by, 109:502–4; book reviews by, 99:324–25, 101:387–89, 107:134–35, 461–62; and Catherine Fosl, Freedom on the Border: An Oral History of the Civil Rights Movement in Kentucky, 109:357; and Catherine Fosl, Freedom on the Border: An Oral History of the Civil Rights Movement in Kentucky, reviewed, 107:266–67; Civil Rights in the Gateway to the South: Louisville, Kentucky, 1945-1980, reviewed, 108:115–17; essay on oral history, 104:391–93; illus., 105:279; "Louisville Civil Rights Movement's Response to the Southern Red Scare," 104:217–48; "Oral History Method and Theory Today–A Review Essay and Commentary," 104:685–98; Richard H. Collins Award, 105:279–80

Knapp, Charles Merriam: University of Ky., 103:17

Knapp, George B. Mason: and Berea College, 110:45

Knapp, J. Augustus: sketch by, 110:173

Knapp, Katherine: and Berea College, 110:45

Knapp, Mr. ——, 80:201

Knapp, Seaman A., 92:267

Knapp Hall (Berea College), 110:49, 51, 66; design and construction of, 110:45–47

Knecht, William, 72:425

Knepper, George W.: Ohio and Its People, noted, 102:279–80

Knepper, Paul, 97:98; book note by, 94:105; book review by, 92:342–43; "Thomas Jefferson, Criminal Code Reform, and the Founding of the Kentucky Penitentiary at Frankfort," 91:129–49

Knicely, Carroll, 99:222–23, 240–43

Knight, Charles H., 79:154

Knight, Frederick C.: Working the Diaspora: The Impact of African Labour on the Anglo-American World, 1650-1850, reviewed, 107:581–83

Knight, John, 83:98; depiction of Simon Girty, 102:527; and the Underground Railroad, 109:322

Knight, Louise W.: Citizen: Jane Addams and the Struggle for American Democracy, reviewed, 104:169–70

Knight, Thomas, 100:46

Knight, V. M., 97:4

Knight, W. T.: Ky. Regiment, 105:588, 604, 608–10

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

Knights of Columbus, 92:177–78, 180, 185, 189, 96:299

Knights of Labor, 70:144–45, 73:154, 86:218–19, 222–24, 227; and the Louisville woolen mills strike, 82:136–50

Knights of Pythias Hall (Clarksville, Tenn.), 92:72

Knights of Temperance, 75:28



Knights of the Golden Rule: The Intellectual as Christian Social Reformer in the 1890s, by Peter J. Frederick: reviewed, 76:254–55

Knob Creek, Ky.: Lincoln family at, 106:310, 315–16, 318, 351, 473, 484–89

Knob Lick (Metcalfe County, Ky.), 72:233, 279–80, 98:389

Knobs (Ky.), 70:219, 72:274, 76:226–27, 106:413

Knock, Mr. ——, 77:161

Knopp, Otto, 95:152

Knott, Clark H.: biographical sketch of, 105:594–95; Ky. Regiment, 105:600

Knott, Claudia: book review by, 93:361–62

Knott, E. W., 70:78

Knott, John R.: book review by, 101:115–18

Knott, Joseph Percy, 70:77

Knott, J. Proctor, 75:112, 114–15, 78:227, 80:428, 430, 86:220–21, 87:420, 96:49–51, 105:407; and the Duluth speech, 70:77–93; Federal occupation of Ky., 110:327–28; illus., 104:264; state capital relocation issue, 104:265–66

Knott, Maria, 77:1

Knott, Maria Irvine McElroy, 70:77

Knott, Richard W., 78:332, 95:32

Knott, Sarah: Sensibility and the American Revolution, reviewed, 107:95–96

Knott, William T., 70:78

Knott County, Ky., 93:186, 97:113, 107:315; coal mining in, 107:317–18; community-action programs in, 107:388–89; illus., 107:391; Robert F. Kennedy's visit to, 107:390–91; strip mining in, 107:371; and the War on Poverty, 107:306, 412

Knottesville, Va., 69:4

"Knowing about the Tobacco: Women, Burley, and Farming in the Central Ohio River Valley," by Jeffery A. Duvall, 108:315, 317–46



Knowledge of God, Subjectively Considered, The, Robert Jefferson Breckinridge, 72:219, 221, 334

Know-Nothing Party (American Party), 68:342, 344, 360, 70:127, 72:368, 80:379–80, 89:12, 93:258, 273, 395–98, 400, 408, 102:363, 374, 375, 103:666, 110:429; and Bloody Monday, 69:150, 154–57, 159–60, 162, 167–71, 364, 368, 102:359–62; election of 1860, 106:410, 412–13, 110:266; in Louisville, 102:357–82; and Warner Underwood, 110:487

Knox, Henry, 71:376, 380, 383, 78:111, 84:3–4, 10, 12–14, 91:312

Knox, James, 68:92–94, 105, 118, 124, 69:248, 70:279, 287, 72:226, 234, 241, 78:301

Knox, Louis, 110:507–8

Knox, Mr. —, 108:72–73

Knox, Samuel, 86:103

Knox County, Ill., 69:59, 260, 108:184

Knox County, Ky., 70:134, 71:406, 94:267, 100:16, 21; free African Americans in, 109:300; and public school reform, 109:56; state capital relocation issue, 104:282

Knox County Economic Opportunity Council: and the War on Poverty, 107:412

Knoxville, Tenn., 69:98, 220, 223, 230, 290, 350, 359, 70:123, 166, 329, 71:83, 403, 72:29, 388, 73:123–24, 75:133–34, 93:268, 94:152, 95:18–19, 97:66, 100:293, 297; black branch library in, 93:162, 174; during Civil War, 110:469, 471; George A. Ellsworth in, 108:78; John Hunt Morgan in, 108:20, 25, 29, 41–42, 57–59; telegraphic communication during Civil War, 108:52

Knoxville Academy (Knoxville, Tenn.), 99:367

Knoxville Convention (Tenn.), 73:127

Knudsen, William J., 104:486; War Production Board, 104:488

Knupfer, Peter B.: book review by, 90:294–95; "Henry Clay's Constitutional Unionism," 89:32–60; The Union As It Is: Constitutional Unionism and Sectional Compromise, 1787–1861, reviewed, 90:389–90

Knyphausen, Wilhelm von, 71:462

Koch, Albert C.: Journey Through a Part of the United States of North America in the Years 1844 to 1846, reviewed, 71:452–54

Koch, Robert, 74:131

Kochendoerfer, Violet A.: One Woman's World War II, reviewed, 92:431–33

Kocklani (horse), 100:478

Koeniger, A. Cash: book review by, 104:722–23

Koerper, "Dum Dum," 97:409

Koerting, Gayla: book review by, 96:201–3; "For Law and Order: Joseph Holt, the Civil War, and the Judge Advocate General's Department," 97:1–25

Koester, Leonard, 69:159–60

Koestler, Arthur, 84:303

Kohl, Lawrence Frederick, 100:30, 33–34; book review by, 105:129–31

Kohler, Dayton: correspondence with James Still, 97:113–22; letters of Jesse Stuart to, 75:261–85

Kohler, Vincent: and David F. Ward, eds., Harlan Hubbard Journals, 1929–1944, noted, 86:97–98

Kohlman, Anthony, 108:216

Kohn, Ira: book review by, 80:228–29

Kohn, Richard, 74:64

Koistinen, Paul A. C.: Arsenal of World War II: The Political Economy of American Warfare, 1940–1945, reviewed, 103:819–21

Kokomo, Ind., 69:347

Kokomo American Legion, 97:427–29, 438, 440

Kolb, Lawrence, 100:321

Kolchin, Peter, 76:249, 103:723, 106:496; American Slavery, 1619–1877, review essay, 103:727–41; book review by, 84:87–89; Sphinx on the American Land, A: The Nineteenth-Century South in Comparative Perspective, review essay, 103:727–41; Unfree Labor: American Slavery and Russian Serfdom, reviewed, 87:173–74

Kollar, Robert: and Kelly Leiter, The Tennessee Valley: A Photographic Portrait, noted, 97:243–44

Kolmer, John A., 87:25, 27

Konig, F. K., 105:458

Konkle, Andrew, 97:275, 278, 284

Konter, Sherry: Vanishing Georgia: Photographs from the Vanishing Georgia Collection, Georgia Department of Archives and History, noted, 81:235

Kooistra, Annemarie: book review by, 108:157–59

Kopacz, Paula: book note by, 98:338–39

Koppes, Clayton R.: and Gregory D. Black, Hollywood Goes to War: How Politics, Profits, and Propaganda Shaped World War II Movies, reviewed, 86:194–95

Kopple, Barbara: reporting on Harlan County, Ky., 107:492–97, 500, 502–3, 505, 507, 509

Korean War, 72:245, 95:293, 96:126, 100:137–38, 107:229; influence on views of Vietnam, 102:329; and NSC-68, 102:313; Robert Penn Warren's concern about, 104:93; Thomas D. Clark commentary on, 103:238; and the U.S. Marine Corps Reserve, 110:135–42, 144, 146, 149–53, 162–63



Korean War, by Max Hastings: reviewed, 87:186–87

Korean War: An International History, by William Stueck: reviewed, 94:201–3

Korean War: Challenges in Crisis, Credibility, and Command, by Burton I. Kaufman: reviewed, 85:280–81

Korn, Bertram: and the Jewish chaplaincy issue during Civil War, 110:183

Kornbluh, Felicia: book review by, 101:172–73

Kornbluth, Gary J.: book review by, 102:97–99

Kornitzer, Bela, 92:33

Kornweibel, Theodore Jr.: Railroads in the African American Experience: A Photographic Journey, reviewed, 107:454–55

Korr, Charles P.: The End of Baseball as We Knew It: The Players Union, 1960–81, reviewed, 100:372–73

Kosair Crippled Children's Hospital (Louisville, Ky.), 87:34

Kossie-Chernyshev, Karen: book review by, 101:227–29

Kossuth, Louis, 90:234–35; and the Hungarian revolution, 107:572; visit to U.S., 107:574–76

Kosygin, Alexei, 95:294

Kotal, Eddie, 97:429



Kotex, Kleenex, Huggies: Kimberly-Clark and the Consumer Revolution, by Thomas Heinrich and Bob Batchelor: reviewed, 103:816–17

Kotlowski, Dean J.: book review by, 109:271–73

Kousser, J. Morgan, 76:169, 80:77, 213–16; book review by, 79:191–94; and James M. McPherson, eds., Region, Race and Reconstruction: Essays in Honor of C. Vann Woodward, reviewed, 81:450–52

Kouwenhoven, John A., 83:301

Kovel, Joe: White Racism: A Psychohistory, 71:123

Kozee, William C.: Pioneer Families of Eastern and Southeastern Kentucky, reviewed, 72:172–73

Kraditor, Aileen, 93:5, 13

Kramer, Carl E., 104:250; book reviews by, 84:327–29, 99:84–86, 102:409–11, 103:786–87, 105:679–80, 110:226–28; Brandeis Century, The: Constant Values in Changing Times, noted, 110:229; Capital on the Kentucky: A Two Hundred Year History of Frankfort and Franklin County, reviewed, 85:263–64; Corps of Discovery, The, and the Falls of the Ohio, noted, 102:279; "The Evolution of the Residential Land Subdivision Process in Louisville, 1772-2008," 107:33–81; This Place We Call Home: A History of Clark County, Indiana, reviewed, 107:88–89; Visionaries, Adventurers, and Builders, reviewed, 98:307–8

Kramer, Francis, 105:448

Kramer, Larry D., 110:401

Kramer, Lloyd S.: See Idzerda, Stanley J.

Kramer, Paul A.: Blood of Government, The: Race, Empire, the United States, and the Philippines, reviewed, 104:338–40

Krammer, Arnold: Nazi Prisoners of War in America, 105:419

Kratz, Theodore, 98:86

Krause, Allison, 83:47

Krause, Walter, 100:156–57

Krauskopf, Frances, 69:386

Kraut, Alan M.: Goldberger's War: The Life and Work of a Public Health Crusader, reviewed, 105:135–38

Krauth, Charles P., 73:35–36, 43, 48; eulogy of Henry Clay, 106:541–42, 550, 556

Krauthamer, Barbara: book review by, 102:106–7

Krebs, Robert T.: Celestial City: A History of the Cathedral Basilica of the Assumption, noted, 90:426

Krebs, Ronald R.: Dueling Visions: U.S. Strategy toward Eastern Europe under Eisenhower, reviewed, 100:115–17

Kreisel, Martha: and Domenica M. Barbuto, Guide to Civil War Books: An Annotated Selection of Modern Works on The War Between the States, noted, 94:217–18

Kreiser, Lawrence A. Jr.: book review by, 110:115–17

Kreps, Juanita Morris, 77:292, 83:128, 138

Kresge's (Covington, Ky.): civil rights protests at, 109:381

Kresge's (Lexington, Ky.): civil rights protests at, 109:365, 367

Kresky, Joe, 97:438

Kress, Howard, 97:440

Kretschmer, Alfred: attitude toward George Chescheir, 105:457–58

Kreyche, Gerald F.: Visions of the American West, reviewed, 88:209–10

Krick, Robert K.: Stonewall Jackson at Cedar Mountain, reviewed, 89:214–15

Krieger, A. A., 107:62

Krieger, William: proposal to relocate state capital to Louisville, 104:273

Krige, John: American Hegemony and the Postwar Reconstruction of Science in Europe, reviewed, 105:358–60

Krock, Arthur, 94:249, 252, 254–58, 260

Kroger Store (Covington, Ky.): desegregation of, 109:382

Kroll, Dan, 80:8

Kroll, Harry Harrison, 80:1–2, 6, 9–11, 53–54; Their Ancient Grudge, noted, 107:629

Kroll, Harry Jr., 80:8

Kronstadt Naval Club (St. Petersburg, Russia), 73:268, 282

Kross, Anna, 71:217

Krum, Judge ——, 68:365

Kruman, Marc W., 95:350–52; Parties and Politics in North Carolina, 1836–1865, reviewed, 82:185–86

Kruse, J. Henry, 98:184, 187, 191–92, 194–96, 199, 201–3

Kubiak, Lavinia H.: Madison County Rediscovered: Selected Historic Architecture, reviewed, 87:442–43

Kuehl, John W.: "Southern Reaction to the XYZ Affair; An Incident in the Emergence of American Nationalism," 70:21–49

Kuhl, Michelle: book review by, 105:317–19

Kuhn, Bowie, 82:359, 387

Kuhn, Cliff: Georgia State University, 104:660

Kuhn, Emil, 75:226–27

Kukla, Jon: Wilderness So Immense, A: The Louisiana Purchase and the Destiny of America, reviewed, 101:338–39

Kuklick, Bruce: Blind Oracles: Intellectuals and War from Kennan to Kissinger, reviewed, 104:364–66; The Rise of American Philosophy: Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1860–1930, reviewed, 78:92–94

Ku Klux Klan, 68:342, 71:44, 72:57, 131, 73:421, 81:374, 84:28, 263, 266, 279, 85:211, 86:54, 91:411, 92:183, 192, 94:263, 96:299, 352, 371, 372, 99:9, 100:309, 104:417, 105:393, 109:68, 110:459; in Bracken County, Ky., 104:418; in the Jackson Purchase, 110:513, 522; in Ky., 110:543; law of, 82:245–46; in Louisville, 104:242; oral history, 104:642, 653–54; in South Carolina, 110:561; after World War I, 104:410–11



Ku Klux Klan: An Encyclopedia, by Michael Newton and Judy Ann Newton: noted, 89:433–34

Kulikoff, Allan, 80:406, 92:10; Tobacco and Slaves: The Development of Southern Colonies in the Chesapeake, 1680–1800, reviewed, 85:79–81

Kundahl, George G.: Confederate Engineer: Training and Campaigning with John Morris Wampler: reviewed, 98:317–18; ed., Bravest of the Brave, The: The Correspondence of Stephen Dodson Ramseur, reviewed, 109:102–3

Kunhardt, Philip B. Jr.: ed., Life in Camelot: The Kennedy Years, noted, 87:197

Kunstler, William, 83:37

Kunta Kinte, 75:246–47

Kunz, Diane B.: The Economic Diplomacy of the Suez Crisis, reviewed, 91:111–12

Kupperman, Karen Ordahl: book reviews by, 82:397–99, 85:79–81, 86:177–78; Captain John Smith: A Select Edition of His Writings, reviewed, 87:66–67; Jamestown Project, The, reviewed, 105:685–86

Kurdistan: oral history project in, 104:649

Kurtz, Michael L.: and Morgan D. Peoples, Earl K. Long: The Saga of Uncle Earl and Louisiana Politics, reviewed, 89:116–17

Kurtzhalz, Walter, 97:409

Kushma, John J.: ed., Essays on the Postbellum Southern Economy, noted, 85:287

Kutler, Stanley I.: The Wars of Watergate: The Last Crisis of Richard Nixon, reviewed, 89:329–30

Kuttawa, Ky.: relocation of, 88:183–204; visited by Heinrich Lemcke, 75:227–28

Kuttawa Lake (Lyon County, Ky.), 88:202

Kutulas, Judy: American Civil Liberties Union and the Making of Modern Liberalism, reviewed, 105:152–53; book reviews by, 100:404–6, 568–70

Kuykendall, —, 69:256

Kuznets, Simon, 70:183–84

Kwajalein: and the U.S. Marine Corps Reserve, 110:137

Kwasny, Mark V.: Washington's Partisan War, 1775–1783, reviewed, 95:185–86

Kyle, Jacob, 110:522

Kyvig, David E.: book review by, 79:93–95; Daily Life in the U.S., 1920–1939, noted, 101:396; and Mary-Ann Blasio, comps., New Day/New Deal: A Bibliography of the Great American Depression, 1929–1941, noted, 87:96–97; and Myron A. Marty, Nearby History: Exploring the Past Around You, reviewed, 81:435–36; Unintended Consequences of Constitutional Amendment, noted, 99:448


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Laas, Virginia Jeans: ed., Bridging Two Eras: The Autobiography of Emily Newell Blair, 1877–1951, reviewed, 98:323–25; ed., Wartime Washington: The Civil War Letters of Elizabeth Blair Lee, reviewed, 91:99–100; Love and Power in the Nineteenth Century: The Marriage of Violet Blair, reviewed, 97:217–19

Labbadie, Medaroe: at battle of the River Raisin, 105:208–9

La Bellona incident (1796), 70:30

Labor, Knights of, 73:154

Labor Action, 84:288

Labor and Industry Committee, 99:272

Labor Chest: and William English Walling, 96:374

Labor History in Kentucky: A Teaching Supplement for Middle and Secondary Education, compiled by Ky. Dept. of Education: noted, 85:282–83

"Labor-Management Relations in the Progressive Era: A Profit Sharing Experience in Louisville," by William E. Ellis, 78:140–56

Labor Reform Party, 78:225

La Botz, Dan: book reviews by, 99:197–99, 101:541–43

Labre, Benedict Joseph: and Fr. John Thayer, 101:277, 286

Labrot, Leopold, 88:29, 103:469; death of, 103:489; retirement of, 103:468

Labrot, Sylvester: American Creosote Works (New Orleans, La.), 103:491

Labrot & Graham Distillery (Frankfort, Ky.), 88:29, 103:465, 475; history of, 103:469, 489–91; illus., 103:464, 470; John McClelland Van Derveer's career at, 103:467–71; renamed Woodford Reserve Distillery, 103:469

Labunski, Richard: book review by, 108:265–67; James Madison and the Struggle for the Bill of Rights, reviewed, 104:307–9

La Cabaña Fortress (Havana, Cuba): Spanish casualties at, 105:611

LaCambe, France: Gene Wheeler's grave near, 102:53

LaCenter, Ky., 96:145, 165

Lacey, Edward, 69:257, 265–66

Lacey, Nancy Love, 69:266

Lacey, Priscilla, 89:156

Lacey, Robert, 69:266

Lach, Pamela R.: book review by, 105:752–54

La Chaise, ——, 71:372

La Chapelle, Peter: book review by, 103:823–24

Lackey family, 69:287

Lacur, James F.: compensated emancipation, 106:600

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