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



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Lexington (horse), 100:478



Lexington (Ky.) Observer and Reporter, 69:184

Lexington (Union gunboat), 70:256–57, 262, 73:20–21, 74:6, 77:3

Lexington (U.S. ship), 69:14

Lexington, 1799: Pioneer Kentucky as Described by Early Settlers, by Bettye Lee Mastin: reviewed, 79:178–79

Lexington, Kentucky, by Gerald L. Smith: listed, 102:151

Lexington, Ky., 68:11, 26, 61, 82, 100, 123, 129, 289, 321, 325, 341, 365–66, 69:128, 133, 181, 183–85, 217, 234, 238, 281, 284, 350, 358, 371–72, 374–75, 379, 395, 397, 70:10–11, 40–41, 61, 66, 80, 94–95, 101, 103, 106, 210, 227, 229, 240, 247, 249, 280, 283, 312, 316, 341, 71:10–11, 57, 78, 81, 92, 169, 171, 173, 186, 198, 297, 308, 323, 364, 369–72, 377, 381, 383, 387–88, 410, 72:217, 221, 233, 337, 73:97–99, 137, 142, 220, 223, 230, 232, 341, 373, 378, 391–92, 74:12–13, 32, 58, 66, 100, 196, 300, 75:126–28, 318, 79:241, 90:29, 70, 117, 120, 131, 134, 330, 332, 92:5, 353, 360, 367, 391, 94:64–65, 115, 95:7, 59, 66, 132, 96:66, 243, 319, 97:353, 365, 98:360, 362–63, 382, 99:134, 145, 146, 370, 101:284, 102:540, 104:213, 105:384, 106:9, 107:539–40, 108:93, 177, 109:61, 285, 344, 110:238, 315, 552; and Aaron Burr, 71:75–76, 83–84; and abolitionism, 69:320, 325, 335, 337; Abraham Lincoln in, 110:248; actors in, 76:266–88; and African Americans, 71:226–27, 231, 249, 253–71, 72:112, 114–15, 118–19, 124–25, 128–29, 131–32; African Americans in, 84:263–79, 89:147–78, 99:379, 100:300, 101:247, 106:591; and African American soldiers, 72:370, 378–80, 383, 385; agricultural fair in, 100:440; black churches in, 110:322; cholera in, 88:427; church buildings in, 106:191–229; city hall, 72:361; civil rights protests in, 109:352–54, 357, 363–70, 385, 392; during Civil War, 69:107–9, 115, 119–20, 124–26, 93:260–61, 263, 268–69, 285, 103:630, 659, 105:57, 108:29, 36, 70, 87, 89, 91, 110:165, 171, 332, 336, 341–42, 349–50, 360, 463, 466, 483–84, 498–99; Clay family home in, 106:6; dedication of Henry Clay monument, 110:259; demography of, 81:115–33; early newspapers of, 100:36–40, 43–44, 50–57; economy of, 100:34–39, 51–53, 433–35, 444, 456, 103:499–500, 512, 108:351–52; and Edward F. Prichard, 104:508, 546, 559; eighteenth-century lawsuits, 69:198, 204–5, 210–11; and the Episcopal church, 69:49, 51, 53, 57, 60–61, 66, 68, 70, 85; Episcopal diocese, 68:280–81; federal building, illus., 101:250; free blacks in, 109:300, 110:301, 321; Freedmen's Bureau in, 110:239, 511; freemasonry in, 68:55–57; George A. Ellsworth in, 108:12, 79–83; German POWs in, 100:143; Great Depression and New Deal in, 90:256–83; and Greek independence, 72:145–47, 160, 163–66, 170; and gunpowder manufacture, 88:397, 405, 417, 418, 419; Henry Clay Jr's real estate speculation in, 106:9–10; Henry Clay speech at, 107:571; high school girls' basketball in, 109:167–68, 171, 460; history of, 103:48–50, 65, 372–74; horse breeding and racing in, 100:473–96; houses in, 106:200–201; illus., 100:35, 479; and interurbans, 95:403, 406–9, 416–17, 419–21, 423–24; Jefferson Davis in, 107:259; Jews in, 110:166–67; John Hunt Morgan in, 108:24, 53, 56–57; Kiwanis Clubs in, 88:174, 91:94; and the Ky. Insurance Company, 73:1–4, 6–9, 12; and Madeline McDowell Breckinridge, 72:343, 345–46, 349–50, 355, 362; manufacturing in, 106:191; maps of church buildings, 106:199, 216, 225, 227; Mary Beck's academy in, 77:15–24; and Mary Todd Lincoln, 69:187–91, 193–94, 86:203–4, 210, 214, 107:256–57; and Matthew Kennedy, 103:493–94, 495, 499–500, 503–12; and the Maysville Road, 94:10–11, 13, 18, 22–23, 26–27, 29; narcotic addiction research in, 100:321; Negro State Central Committee of, 72:120; newspapers of, 109:459; parks and recreation program and Brenda Hughes, 109:435, 443–45, 449; politics in, 90:256–83, 99:32–33, 259, 263, 277, 280, 100:29–57; post-Civil War racial violence in, 107:548; and railroads, 73:125, 127, 131, 134–35; Robert Charles O'Hara Benjamin in, 109:285; school integration in, 101:237–38, 243–74; secession movement in, 107:527; and the Separate Coach Law, 98:249, 251, 253, 255; and the Shakers, 109:5, 13; slavery in, 103:700, 106:446–47, 110:297–98, 298–99, 317–18, 323; social class in, 106:191–229; state capital relocation issue, 104:249–51, 254, 259, 260–62, 268–69, 271–74, 276–77, 281–83; street railway system of, 87:118–43; telegraphic communication during Civil War, 108:24, 31–32, 34–35, 54; theater in, 76:266–84, 100:29–30, 40–50; tobacco business in, 100:320–23; Todd family in, 106:498, 514; Town Fork Church in, 110:20; trade connections with Cincinnati, 110:305; and the "Traveling Church," 108:333; Union meeting in, 110:310; United Daughters of the Confederacy chapter, 107:211–13; U.S. Marine Corps Reserve company in, 110:136, 141, 162, 163; visited by Heinrich Lemcke, 75:232; whipping issue in, 100:10, 17; woman suffrage in, 99:251–52; See alsoBaptists, Episcopalians, Lutherans, Methodists, and Roman Catholics

Lexington, Mass., 72:75, 73:87, 74:152

Lexington, Miss., 107:362

Lexington, Va., 71:399, 100:330



Lexington: A Century in Photographs by Bettie L. Kerr and John D. Wright Jr.: reviewed, 83:140–41

Lexington and Covington Railroad, 110:320

Lexington and Fayette County Auxiliary Colonization Society: founding, 102:36

Lexington and Ohio Railroad, 73:132, 94:64, 97:385; and George Keats, 106:55; stretch of in Louisville, 106:63

Lexington and Vicinity Bible Society, 70:98

Lexington Atlas, 74:198

Lexington Blue-Grass Blade, 95:78

Lexington Cemetery (Lexington, Ky.), 100:477, 103:56; burial of Henry Clay in, 110:245; dedication of Henry Clay monument, 110:259

Lexington Center Corporation, 99:256

Lexington Chamber of Commerce: supports state capital relocation to Lexington, 104:274

Lexington Civic League, 72:343, 93:31, 100:467

Lexington Daily Leader: and racial politics in Bourbon County, Ky., 108:377

Lexington Debating Society, 100:40

Lexington Democratic Society, 71:382, 73:341–42

Lexington during Civil War, by J. Winston Coleman Jr., 73:100

Lexington Examiner, 73:222

Lexington-Fayette County Historic Commission (Lexington, Ky.), 72:276, 278

Lexington-Fayette County Human Relations Committee: Fayette County, Ky. school desegregation suit, 105:4–5

Lexington-Fayette Urban County Government, 99:277

Lexington Female Academy (Lexington, Ky.), 69:325, 90:78

Lexington-Frankfort Road, 69:205



Lexington Gazette, 73:132; on black testimony, 84:266; on Jackson Purchase land surveys, 91:394

Lexington: Heart of the Bluegrass, by John D. Wright Jr.: reviewed, 81:426–27

Lexington Herald , 72:343–44, 352, 354, 356, 358, 360, 75:50, 84:270, 274, 94:253–54, 95:404, 98:64, 99:31–33, 100:486, 490; on 1933 tobacco harvest, 90:272; on Adolph Rupp, 84:69; on city's prosperity during Depression, 90:258; on The Civil War and Readjustment in Kentucky, 86:59; debate on Nineteenth Amendment, 93:36; on Depression-era public building, 90:277; on federal intervention during New Deal, 90:270–71; on interurbans, 95:405; on Laura Clay, 93:10; on reforms, 93:31; on Sarah Blanding, 93:442; on streetcars, 87:139; on tobacco price stabilization, 84:158; on UK demonstrators, 83:63; on woman suffrage, 93:42; on women's athletics at U. K., 93:436

Lexington Herald-Leader, 72:276, 98:380–81, 99:34, 101:238, 102:83–85, 104:425; 1947 Democratic gubernatorial primary, 104:518; on civil rights movement in Ky., 109:390; and desegregation issue, 109:351, 353; and public school reform, 109:48; school integration issue, 101:259; Thomas D. Clark op-ed essays in, 103:366–68, 370, 400–401

Lexington Herald Post: on mining saltpeter during War of 1812, 97:383

Lexington High School (Lexington, Ky.): high school girls' basketball at, 109:167–68

Lexington History Museum (Lexington, Ky.): Jefferson Davis exhibition at, 107:259

Lexington Human Rights Commission: Fayette County, Ky., school integration, 101:250–51

Lexington Human Rights Commission (Lexington, Ky.), 109:368

Lexington Ice Company, 95:406



Lexington Intelligencer, 70:9, 71:10, 73:132, 78:135, 100:42, 51–56

Lexington Interurban Railroad, 95:406

Lexington Jockey Club, 100:477

Lexington Kentucky Reporter, 94:126

Lexington Leader, 88:173, 98:255, 99:31–32, 104:60, 109:460; article about Brenda Hughes, 109:433, 453–54; on Depression-era public building, 90:277; and high school girls' basketball, 109:158, 167; on Lexington's Colored Orphan Industrial Home, 89:148, 174; on lynchng, 84:275; on streetcars, 87:126, 130, 132, 141

Lexington Light Artillery Company: lottery for, 87:408

Lexington Light Infantry, 69:189

Lexington Manufacturing Company (Lexington, Ky.), 73:3–6



Lexington Morning Herald, 78:331; on Lexington's Colored Orphan Industrial Home, 89:162, 163, 167–68

Lexington Morning Transcript: proposal to relocate state capital to Lexington, 104:272

Lexington National Unionist, 80:306

Lexington Observer, 71:11; Abraham Lincoln, 106:475

Lexington Observer and Reporter, 71:30, 33, 35, 38, 44, 72:369, 380, 387, 73:21, 222, 228, 230, 106:447; on Mexican War, 81:353; reaction to Grant's Vicksburg campaign, 103:631

Lexington Opera House (Lexington, Ky.), 72:347

Lexington Orphans Society (Lexington, Ky.), 89:174

Lexington Press: on homicide, 81:135, 141

Lexington Public Advertiser: on Jackson Purchase land surveys, 91:394; on Jefferson Seminary, 81:73

Lexington Public Library (Lexington, Ky.), 72:276



Lexington: Queen of the Bluegrass, by Randolph Hollingsworth: reviewed, 102:403–4

Lexington Railway Company, 95:415

Lexington Reos (baseball team), 99:104, 108

Lexington Reporter, 72:41, 77:18, 106:212; on John Pope, 88:414

Lexington Rifles, 74:233

Lexington Road (Louisville, Ky.), 107:33, 58

"Lexington's Colored Orphan Industrial Home, 1892–1913," by Lauretta F. Byars, 89:147–78

"Lexington's Early Amateur Actors," by Joseph M. Hayse, 76:266–88

Lexington Senior Dirt Bowl (Lexington, Ky.): and Brenda Hughes, 109:448–49, 451

Lexington Signal Corps, 100:146, 164

Lexington Standard, 83:251–52, 254

Lexington Statesman, 99:347, 353, 360, 106:447; on Richard H. Hanson, 93:392

Lexington Street Railway Company (Lexington, Ky.), 87:125

Lexington Theological Seminary (Lexington, Ky.), 83:56, 61

Lexington Tobacco Board of Trade, 79:350



Lexington Weekly Press, 100:10, 14, 16; on streetcars, 87:126

Lexmark (Lexington, Ky.), 99:256

L. H. Bracken Cigar Company (Cincinnati, Ohio), 98:184

Libbey, James K., 80:82; "Alben Barkley's Clinton Days," 78:343–61; "Alben Barkley's Rise from Courthouse to Congress," 98:261–78; "Alben W. Barkley: The Farmer's Son," 92:24–43; "Alben W. Barkley: The Making of the 'Paducah Politician'," 96:249–68; book reviews by, 87:81–82, 101:183–85, 102:580–82, 104:355–57; Dear Alben: Mr. Barkley of Kentucky, reviewed, 78:164–67; Russian-American Economic Relations, 1763–1999, reviewed, 100:402–4

Libby Prison (Ala.), 74:292

Libby Prison (Richmond, Va.), 68:349; Abraham Lincoln's visit to, 106:603



Liberation Historiography: African American Writers and the Challenge of History, 1794–1861, by John Ernest: reviewed, 102:104–6

Liberator, 72:332; and William Lloyd Garrison, 106:330

Liberia, 69:319, 73:44, 74:194, 75:94, 98, 100, 87:429, 433, 96:172, 103:701; African American colonization of, 105:53, 106:551, 110:283, 536; and American Colonization Society, 102:37; establishment of, 106:523



Liberty (U.S. gunship), 70:325

Liberty, Ky., 68:84, 70:76, 75:126

Liberty, Tenn., 75:129; John Hunt Morgan in, 108:69–71; telegraphic communication during Civil War, 108:59

Liberty and Power: The Politics of Jacksonian America, by Harry L. Watson: noted, 90:221

Liberty and Slavery: Southern Politics to 1860, by William J. Cooper Jr., 107:148; reviewed, 82:298–99

Liberty Bank (Louisville, Ky.), 104:573



Liberty Bell, The, by Gary B. Nash: reviewed, 109:87–89

Liberty Bonds, 98:191, 196, 200

Liberty County, Ga., 71:207–8

Liberty Hall (Cincinnati, Ohio), 69:133–34

Liberty Hall (Frankfort, Ky.), 70:313, 315, 71:81; building of, 69:313–18



Liberty in America, 1600 to the Present: vol. 1, Liberty and Power, 1600–1760, by Oscar and Lilian Handlin, reviewed, 85:170–71

Liberty Loans: See Second Liberty Loan Act



Liberty Magazine: POW article in, 105:456

Liberty Party, 68:17–36, 75:101, 85:27



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

Liberty Street (Louisville, Ky.), 107:44, 110:168

Liberty Theater (Covington, Ky.): civil rights protests at, 109:380–81

Libienfeldt, Otto, 73:283



Library and Archives Conservation: 1980s and Beyond: vols. 1 & 2, by George Martin Cunha and Dorothy Grant Cunha, noted, 82:109

Library Company of Philadelphia, 103:502, 105:248, 264

Library Hall (Philadelphia, Pa.), 103:503

Library of America: Benjamin Franklin's works in, 105:248

Library of American Biography: and Jared Spark, 102:517

Library of Congress (Washington, D.C.), 68:319–37, 69:34, 91, 183, 70:234, 338, 72:296, 73:62, 328, 74:53, 92:74, 78, 99:119, 150, 104:88, 615, 680; Abraham Lincoln collection of, 109:204–5

Library of the Unitarian Society (Louisville, Ky.): books of, 106:62

Library Service to African Americans in Kentucky, by Reinette F. Jones: reviewed, 99:398–99

Licata, Sicily: during World War II, 110:72

Lichtenstein, Jack: Field to Fabric: The Story of American Cotton Growers, noted, 89:334

Lichtman, Allan, 91:66

Lick Branch School (Breathitt County, Ky.): illus., 107:402; visit of Lady Bird Johnson to, 107:402–3

Licking Association (Ky.): and Ky. Baptists, 110:27

Licking Creek (Ky.), 68:92, 233

Licking River (Ky.), 69:128, 130, 132–34, 199, 208, 70:286, 72:239, 338, 74:317, 94:15–16, 19, 62, 64, 66, 102:493, 542, 108:107; Daniel Boone's surveys near, 102:549, 553; road to Lexington, 102:515



Lick Skillet and Other Tales of Hickman County, Ky., by Virginia Jewell: noted, 85:195

Lieber, Francis, 86:354, 366; code of, 110:424–25; and the Confederate conspiracy, 110:429

Lieberman, Robbie: book review by, 101:391–92; Prairie Power: Voices of 1960s Midwestern Student Protest, reviewed, 102:273–75

Liebermann, Samuel, 110:169

Liebknecht, Karl, 96:356

Liederkrantz Hall (Louisville, Ky.), 69:140, 142–44, 146, 148

Liederkranz Hall (Louisville, Ky.), 72:140, 75:113, 78:327, 79:38

Lienesch, Michael: In the Beginning: Fundamentalism, the Scopes Trial, and the Making of the Antievolution Movement, reviewed, 105:523–24



Life, Swinglehurst, 69:335

Life, Work, and Rebellion in the Coal Fields: The Southern West Virginia Miners, 1880–1922, by David A. Corbin: reviewed, 81:98–100

Life and Adventures of Daniel Boone, by Michael A. Lofaro: noted, 85:285; reviewed, 77:294–95; reviewed by Thomas D. Clark, 103:337–38

Life and Death in the Delta: African American Narratives of Violence, Resilience and Social Change, by Kim Lacy Rogers: reviewed, 104:366–68

Life and Death of the Solid South: A Political History, by Dewey W. Grantham: reviewed, 87:78–80

Life and Legacy of Annie Oakley, by Glenda Riley: reviewed, 93:235–37

Life and Legend of Jay Gould, by Maury Klein: reviewed, 85:274–75

Life and Times of Hon. Humphrey Marshall, The, by A. C. Quisenberry: reviewed, 70:72–74

Life and Times of Little Turtle: First Sagamore of the Wabash, by Harvey Lewis Carter: reviewed, 85:365–67

Life and Wars of Gideon J. Pillow, by Nathaniel Cheairs Hughes Jr., and Roy P. Stonesifer Jr.: reviewed, 92:218–20

Life and Work of John Wilson Townsend, The, by Dorothy Edwards Townsend: reviewed, 71:194–95

Life at Southern Living: A Sort of Memoir, by John Logue and Gary McCalla: reviewed, 99:206–7

Life Behind a Veil: Blacks in Louisville, Kentucky, 1865–1930, by George C. Wright, 89:346–47

Life Behind a Veil: Blacks in Louisville, Kentucky, 1865-1930, by George C. Wright, 109:290, 397

Life Behind A Veil: Blacks in Louisville, Kentucky, 1865–1930, by George C. Wright: reviewed, 84:307–8

Life in a Three-Ring Circus: Posters and Interviews, by Sharon L. Smith and Stephen J. Fletcher: reviewed, 99:333–35

Life in a Year: The American Infantryman in Vietnam, 1965-1972, by James R. Ebert: noted, 94:457–58

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

Life in the Bluegrass, by J. Winston Coleman Jr., 73:100

Life Magazine, 70:134

Life magazine, 91:199, 100:130; and George Chescheir's POW reeducation program, 105:451; on Henry H. Denhardt, 84:388; POW article in, 105:456

Life of Abraham Lincoln, by Isaac N. Arnold: noted, 94:108–9

Life of Benjamin Franklin, The, by J. A. Leo Lemay, 105:250

Life of Brigadier General William Woodford of the American Revolution, The, by Mrs. Catesby Willis Stewart: reviewed, 71:447–48

Life of George Rogers Clark, 1752–1818, The: Triumphs and Tragedies, edited by Kenneth C. Carstens and Nancy Son Carstens: reviewed, 103:769–70

Life of Herbert Hoover: vol. 2, The Humanitarian, 1914–1917, by George H. Nash, reviewed, 88:107–8

Life of Johnny Reb, The Common Soldier of the Confederacy, by Bell I. Wiley: reviewed by Thomas D. Clark, 103:329–30

Life of Prayer in a World of Science, The: Protestants, Prayer, and American Culture, 1870–1930, by Rick Ostrander: reviewed, 99:189–90

Life of Rev. John Withers, by George B. Simpson: noted, 78:195

Life of Stonewall Jackson, 69:107–8

Life of William Alexander, Lord Stirling, by Paul David Nelson: reviewed, 87:169–70

"Life on the Kentucky Frontier: A Roundtable Discussion": edited by Kenneth H. Williams, 102:461–87



Life on the Mississippi: by Mark Twain, 71:52

Life on the Mississippi, by Mark Twain, 72:246

Lightburn, Richard P., 95:13

Lightfoot, ——: account of, 102:550

Lightfoot, Richard T., 98:266, 268

Lightfoot, Robert A.: and George A. Ellsworth, 108:87

Lightfoot, Roy, 100:327



Light-Horse Harry Lee and the Legacy of the American Revolution, by Charles Royster: noted, 93:127–28; reviewed, 80:456–58

Lighting Out for the Territory: How Samuel Clemens Headed West and Became Mark Twain, by Roy Morris Jr.: reviewed, 108:147–48

Light in the Darkness: African Americans and the YMCA, 1852–1946, by Nina Mjagkij: reviewed, 92:331–32

Lightmon, Marjorie: and Joan Hoff-Wilson, Without Precedent: The Life and Career of Eleanor Roosevelt, reviewed, 83:165–66



Lightning Joe: An Autobiography, by J. Lawton Collins: reviewed, 79:298–300

Light on the Path: The Anthropology and History of the Southeastern Indians, edited by Thomas J. Pluckhahn and Robbie Ethridge: reviewed, 104:299–300

Lighty, S. Chandler: book review by, 110:113–15

Ligon, Ann, 68:72, 77

Ligon, John, 68:72, 77

Ligon, Moses E., 69:395, 93:325–26

Like a Family: The Making of a Southern Cotton Mill World, by Jacquelyn Dowd Hall, 97:197; et al., reviewed, 87:182–84

"Like Fire in Broom Straw": Southern Journalism and the Textile Strikes of 1929–31, by Robert Weldon Whalen: reviewed, 100:242–45

Like Rolling Thunder: The Air War in Vietnam, 1964–1975, by Ronald B. Frankum Jr.: reviewed, 103:603–4

Li'l Abner (cartoon), 96:126

Lilienthal, David, 97:47, 62, 81, 104:431

Lillard, C. M., 95:246

Lillard, John, 95:246, 251–52, 259, 266

Lillie, J. J., 98:17–18

Lilly, J. Robert: Taken by Force: Rape and American GIs in Europe during World War II, reviewed, 105:749–50

Lilly Cornett Woods (Letcher County, Ky.), 68:82

Lilly Endowment, 72:420; and the Henry Clay Papers project, 71:446

Lilly Library (Indiana University), 70:338

Limber, Jim: statue of, 107:145, 261

Limerick (Louisville, Ky.): development of, 107:52

Limestone (Maysville, Ky.), 90:29, 128, 91:325, 92:131, 140, 102:544; Daniel Boone at, 102:522, 553; Lexington Road: illus., 102:479

Limestone, Ky.: migration to, 106:343, 348

Limestone Park (Mayfield, Ky.), 100:146



Limestone Street (Lexington, Ky.): churches on, 106:217, 225, 227, 229; Matthew Kennedy's home on, 103:511–12

Limits of Voluntarism, The: Charity and Welfare from the New Deal through the Great Society, by Andrew F. Morris: reviewed, 109:124–26

Lincoln, Abraham, 68:10–11, 231–38, 232–33, 348, 351, 69:10, 24, 28, 112, 118–23, 177–79, 196, 278–79, 70:135, 153, 226–27, 301, 304, 71:189–90, 192, 316, 333, 72:14, 58, 87, 214, 405–6, 73:24, 195–96, 215, 296, 356, 378–79, 384, 385, 74:88, 287, 75:20, 216–19, 302, 319, 76:2, 8, 13–14, 199, 282, 307, 77:3, 6, 11, 76, 179, 266, 268, 270, 285, 79:30, 214, 82:170, 172, 85:201, 205–6, 90:40, 54–55, 233, 235, 92:132, 250, 93:29, 259, 400, 94:361–62, 96:358, 360, 364, 97:127, 131–32, 247, 394, 444, 98:179–80, 189, 99:56, 98, 101:441, 447, 103:530, 535, 641, 670, 680, 104:461, 106:482, 107:154, 193, 211, 224, 226, 544–45, 108:171, 110:165, 369, 401, 487–88, 491, 492, 547, 560; and African Americans, 72:364–71, 373–74, 376–77, 379–80, 383–84, 386, 389–90, 106:439, 454, 463–68, 470, 477, 513–35, 589–92, 598–600, 107:173–76; Albert G. Hodges letter, 106:455, 463, 493–94, 521, 592–97; assassination of, 75:137, 103:685, 110:437; autobiography of', 106:315–16, 340–41, 350, 355, 479–80, 482–84, 492; bicentennial of, 106:303–4, 471–513, 107:141, 144–45, 220, 238, 245, 247–48, 109:69; biographical sketch of, 106:513–15; and the Black Hawk War, 102:506; and Cassius Marcellus Clay, 73:264–65, 268–70, 279; centennial celebration in Ky., 106:473, 476; centennial celebrations, 109:202–3; and the Civil War, 70:255, 259, 261, 264; and Civil War–Era Kentucky, 110:233, 237–38, 240, 257, 259, 261, 287, 305–6, 312–13, 325, 466; and the Civil War sesquicentennial, 109:63–73; colonization of African Americans, 106:458–60, 462, 522–26, 529–30, 571–72, 574, 579, 582, 584; coming of Civil War, 101:403, 416–18; comparison with Benjamin Franklin, 105:273–74; comparison with Henry Clay, 110:248–50; comparison with Jefferson Davis, 110:247–48, 250; compensated emancipation, 103:676, 106:461–64, 470, 525–26, 571, 574–76, 579–84, 600–603; and Denton Offutt, 108:173–74, 179–84, 188, 190–91, 205–6; and Don Carlos Buell, 96:221, 229, 317, 319–21, 327, 331–34, 345–48; and Dwight David Eisenhower, 105:467–68; education of, 106:367, 483–86, 488; election of 1860, 101:413–14, 103:667–68, 759–64, 110:266, 280, 284–85, 373–75, 446–47, 448–49; election of 1864, 103:484, 110:397–98, 428, 431; and the Emancipation Proclamation, 107:156–57, 172–73, 190–91; and the Emanicipation Proclamation, 110:506; and the expansion of slavery, 101:407, 415; family migrations of, 106:333–72; fear of popular sovereignty, 101:416; Federal occupation of Ky., 110:328, 337–38, 342, 346, 348–49, 353–54, 358; Frederick Douglass, 106:528–34, 572, 591; and Garrett Davis, 110:363–64, 377–78, 385–87; and General Orders, No. 11, 110:181, 357; and George Washington, 75:204–13; Gettysburg Address, 74:146–51; Grant's Jewish expulsion order, 103:634; handwriting of, 103:57; and Henry Clay, 100:448–49, 453–54, 105:70, 106:299–300, 304–5, 383, 434, 447, 481, 495–512, 538, 557, 562–70, 107:257–59; historiography, 101:425, 427, 106:297–305, 433–70; illus., 106:309, 389, 403, 418, 497, 516, 566, 107:157, 514; image of in Great Britain, 107:166; and Jefferson Davis, 107:178, 181, 195–97, 242–43, 257–58; and Joseph Holt, 97:1, 7–10, 14–19, 22–23, 106:373–407, 110:403–37; and the Know-Nothings, 69:171–72; and Ky., 86:57–58, 68, 375, 99:343, 346–48, 351–52, 101:95, 103:659, 663, 671, 105:63, 67–68, 70–75, 675–77, 106:307–32, 423–24, 436, 454, 467–69, 469–71, 469–77, 471–77, 479–94, 480, 484–87, 492–93, 596, 107:513–15, 529, 532–34, 541; Ky. Historical Society acquires watch of, 100:1; leadership of, 89:370, 372, 374–75, 100:424, 471, 101:435–36, 438, 453–54, 102:399; in literature, 68:285; and the Magniadas Lincoln medal, 109:187–205; and Mary Todd Lincoln, 86:203–4, 206–7, 209–11, 214; memorial, 107:257; memorial, illus., 102:387; monuments and statues of, 107:213–14, 251–52; nationalism of, 106:561–62, 568–70; and Native Americans, 106:346–47, 368; opinion of in Ky., 107:216–19; personality of, 106:491–92; portraits of, 106:298, 107:213; as president-elect, 106:309–12, 409–32; racial views of, 72:1–9, 106:317–32, 515–18, 572; and Reconstruction, 102:311; Register articles about, 106:297–305; religion of, 106:502–4, 542, 562; and Robert J. Breckinridge, 69:365, 367–69, 371–74, 376, 380–84, 105:73; and the secession crisis, 72:91–92, 96, 102, 105, 106:409–32; slave colonization, 105:53; and slave confiscation, 110:383; and slavery, 80:281–308, 106:307–8, 368–72, 397–402, 446–47, 456–58, 493–94, 505–8, 518–22, 526–28, 565–604; statue of, 69:397; and Stephen G. Burbridge, 105:73; and the Thirteenth Amendment, 106:599–603; Thomas Hutchison interview, 106:409–32; trip to New Orleans, La., 108:181; and Ulysses S. Grant, 81:368–70, 376, 378; and the Union, 76:202–3, 206–7, 210, 212–13, 215; visit to Farmington, 106:63; war aims, 103:628; war strategy, 103:675; and the Wide Awakes, 108:11; and William H. Townsend, 103:55–57

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