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



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Lincoln, Austin, 68:235, 106:363

Lincoln, Bathsheba, 71:190, 106:356



Lincoln, by David Herbert Donald, 106:444–45; reviewed, 94:297–98

Lincoln, Captain Abraham: biographical sketch of, 106:344–47; death of, 106:321–23, 345–46, 356, 514; family of, 106:333; migration to Ky., 106:335–36; Register articles about, 106:298

Lincoln, C. Eric, 91:68

Lincoln, Davis, 68:235, 106:363



Lincoln, Douglas, and Slavery: In the Crucible of Public Debate, by David Zarefsky: reviewed, 90:194–95

Lincoln, Edward: death of, 107:257

Lincoln, Hananiah, 68:232–37, 106:363; and Thomas Lincoln, 106:356

Lincoln, Isaac: slaves of, 106:350; and Thomas Lincoln, 106:356

Lincoln, James: antislavery of, 106:318

Lincoln, John: migration to Virginia, 106:333

Lincoln, Josiah, 106:363; and Native American attack, 106:321–24

Lincoln, Land, and Labor, 1809–60, by Olivier Fraysse: reviewed, 93:221–22

Lincoln, Lucy Wilson, 68:234

Lincoln, Mary Harlan: and the Magniadas Lincoln medal, 109:193, 204; and Mary Todd Lincoln, 109:201

Lincoln, Mary Todd, 76:282, 307, 77:21, 90:64, 78–79, 95:378, 99:57, 106:304, 434, 467, 474, 498, 500, 110:306, 488, 610; biography and social history, 86:203–15; biography of, 106:436; expressions of sympathy to, 109:188–91; family and education of, 69:187–96; financial plight of, 109:195; in France, 109:188, 201–2; and French culture, 109:188; and Henry Clay, 110:248; house in Lexington, Ky., 107:256–57; illus., 106:489; influence on Abraham Lincoln, 106:489–91; and the Magniadas Lincoln medal, 109:187–205; marriage of, 106:514; mental condition of, 109:194; Old Clothes scandal, 109:200–201; Register article about, 106:300; and slavery, 106:446–47; and White House remodeling, 109:199–200

Lincoln, Mordecai: and Native American attack, 106:321–24, 345–46; slaves of, 106:350

Lincoln, Moses Jeffries, 68:235

Lincoln, Nancy Hanks, 74:88, 106:358, 376, 473, 488; and education of Abraham Lincoln, 106:483–86; and the Little Mount Baptist Church, 106:349–50; marriage of, 106:358; Michael Burlingame's treatment of, 106:451–52; migration in Ky., 106:354; Register articles about, 106:298

Lincoln, Rebecca Flower, 106:333

Lincoln, Robert Todd, 69:191, 95:378–79; and the Magniadas Lincoln medal, 109:193, 196, 202–4; and Mary Todd Lincoln's committal for insanity, 109:201

Lincoln, Sarah, 106:486

Lincoln, Sarah Jane Jeffries, 68:233

"Lincoln, Slavery, and Kentucky," by Lowell H. Harrison, 106:571–604

Lincoln, Solomon, 106:483

Lincoln, the Cabinet, and the Generals, by Chester G. Hearn: reviewed, 108:139–40

Lincoln, The South, and Slavery: The Political Dimension, by Robert W. Johannsen: reviewed, 90:393–95

Lincoln, Thomas, 73:425, 90:54, 92:132, 106:304, 367, 376; article about, 71:189–93; biographical sketch of, 106:481–84; economic status of, 106:341, 355; flatboat trips to New Orleans, La., 106:356–57; illus., 106:482; Ky. land titles, 106:487–88; marriage of, 106:358; Michael Burlingame's treatment of, 106:451–52; migration in Ky,, 106:354, 356, 358; migration to Illinois, 106:363–64, 514, 108:179–81; migration to Indiana, 106:363–64, 367, 405, 452, 488, 514; and Native American attack, 106:321–24, 345–46; Register articles about, 106:298; religion of, 106:503; and slavery, 106:314–18, 330, 349–51, 487–88; treatment of Abraham Lincoln, 106:328–29

Lincoln, Thomas (Tad), 106:603; and the Magniadas Lincoln medal, 109:196; statue of, 107:145

Lincoln, Thomas (uncle): slaves of, 106:350

Lincoln, William E., 69:333, 87:18

Lincoln, Willie: death of, 106:490, 107:257



Lincoln and Black Freedom: A Study in Presidential Leadership, by LaWanda Cox: reviewed, 81:92–94

Lincoln and His Party in the Secession Crisis, by David Potter, 101:424

Lincoln and Medicine, by Glenna R. Schroeder-Lein: listed, 110:610

Lincoln and Race, by Richard Striner: listed, 110:610

Lincoln and the American Manifesto, by Allen Jayne: review essay, 106:460–63

Lincoln and the Bluegrass: Slavery and Civil War Kentucky, by William H. Townsend, 106:444; noted, 88:369–70

Lincoln and the Border States: Preserving the Union, by William C. Harris, 110:235

Lincoln and the Civil War, by Michael B. Burlingame: listed, 110:610

Lincoln and the Constitution, by Brian R. Dirck: listed, 110:610

Lincoln and the Economics of the American Dream, by Gabor S. Borritt: reviewed, 77:310–12

Lincoln and the Election of 1860, by Michael S. Green: listed, 110:610

Lincoln and the Politics of Slavery, by John S. Wright: reviewed, 69:177–79

Lincoln and the Triumph of the Nation: Constitutional Conflict in the American Civil War, by Mark E. Neely Jr.: reviewed, 110:215–17

"Lincoln and Washington: The Printmakers Blessed Their Union," by Harold Holzer, 75:204–13



Lincoln as Hero, by Frank J. Williams: listed, 110:610

Lincoln at Cooper Union: The Speech That Made Abraham Lincoln President, by Harold Holzer: reviewed, 102:108–9

Lincoln at Gettysburg: The Words That Remade America, by Garry Wills: reviewed, 91:208–9

Lincoln Book Shop (Chicago, Ill.), 73:426



Lincoln Conspiracy, The, by David Balsiger and Charles E. Sellier: reviewed, 76:166–67

Lincoln County, Ky., 69:187, 70:41, 219, 319, 71:112, 72:127, 279–80, 315, 74:244, 79:259, 99:208; Daniel Boone's surveys in, 102:538–39, 542, 544, 555; free African Americans in, 109:300; high school girls' basketball in, 109:163; member of Ky. Regiment from, 105:597

Lincoln County, Va., 69:252

Lincoln-Douglas Debate, by Robert Root: illus., 106:516

Lincoln Emancipated: The President and the Politics of Race, by Brian Dirck: review essay, 106:456–58

Lincoln family: in southern Ky., 68:231–38

Lincoln Fellowship of Pennsylvania, 74:146

Lincoln Finds A General: A Military Study of the Civil War: vol. 1, by Kenneth P. Williams, noted, 84:454

Lincoln Heritage House (Hardin County, Ky.), 71:193

Lincoln Heritage Trail: foundation of, 68:269; in Ky., 107:253–54

Lincoln Image: Abraham Lincoln and the Popular Print, by Harold Holzer: et al., reviewed, 82:409–10

Lincoln in American Memory, by Merrill D. Peterson: reviewed, 92:313–14

Lincoln Independent Party: Louisville, Ky., 110:544

Lincoln Institute (Simpsonville, Ky.), 71:238–40, 243, 89:340, 94:263, 99:44, 370–72; establishment of, 110:42–43

Lincoln Institute (St. Louis, Mo.), 110:552



Lincoln Legend, The, by Roy P. Basler, 73:195

Lincoln Legends: Myth, Hoaxes, and Confabulations Associated with Our Greatest President, by Edward Steers Jr.: reviewed, 106:96–97

Lincoln Lore, 71:190

Lincoln Memorial (Hodgenville, Ky.), 99:115; illus., 102:387; Queen Marie of Romania's visit to, 105:422

Lincoln Memorial University (Harrogate, Tenn.), 75:261

Lincoln Memorial University and the Shaping of Appalachia, by Earl J. Hess: reviewed, 110:125–27

Lincoln Murder Conspiracies, by William Hanchett: reviewed, 82:305–6

Lincoln National Life Foundation (Fort Wayne, Ind.), 71:190, 73:215, 75:206, 208–9, 211, 213



Lincoln of Kentucky, by Lowell H. Harrison, 105:67, 106:305, 437, 110:234; illus., 105:66, 106:573; reviewed, 98:429–31

Lincoln on Lincoln, by Paul M. Zall: reviewed, 98:208–9

Lincoln on Race and Slavery, edited by Henry Louis Gates Jr.: reviewed, 108:408–11

Lincoln Revisited: New Insights from the Lincoln Forum, edited by John Y. Simon, Harold Holzer, and Dawn Vogel: reviewed, 107:110–12

Lincoln Ridge, Ky., 71:236

Lincoln School (Lexington, Ky.), 72:343

Lincoln's Emancipation Proclamation: The End of Slavery in America, by Allen C. Guelzo: reviewed, 102:110–12

Lincoln's Fireside Reading, by Jack Lang, 73:426

Lincoln's Forgotten Ally: Judge Advocate General Joseph Holt of Kentucky, by Elizabeth D. Leonard, 110:235; reviewed, 110:191–93

Lincoln's Gettysburg Address: Echoes of the Bible and the Book of Common Prayer, by A. E. Elmore: reviewed, 109:103–6

Lincoln's Greatest Speech: The Second Inaugural, by Ronald C. White Jr.: reviewed, 101:147–52

"Lincolns in Southern Kentucky," by R. N. Smith, 68:231–38

"Lincoln's Judge Advocate General: Joseph Holt of Kentucky," by Elizabeth D. Leonard, 110:403–37

"Lincoln's Kentucky Childhood and Race," by Brian Dirck, 106:307–32



Lincoln's Moral Vision: The Second Inaugural, by James Tackach: reviewed, 101:147–52

Lincoln's Parentage and Childhood, by Louis A. Warren, 71:190

Lincoln's Proclamation: Emancipation Reconsidered, edited William A. Blair and Karen Fisher Young: reviewed, 107:448–50

Lincoln's Quest for Equality: The Road to Gettysburg, by Carl F. Wieck: reviewed, 101:147–52

Lincoln's Quest for Union: Public and Private Meanings, by Charles B. Strozier: reviewed, 82:188–89

Lincoln's Speeches Reconsidered, by John Channing Briggs: reviewed, 104:157–59

Lincoln's Sword: The Presidency and the Power of Words, by Douglas L. Wilson: reviewed, 105:304–6

Lincoln Story, The: The Postwar Years, by Thomas E. Bonsall: reviewed, 102:141–43

Lincoln: The Biography of a Writer, by Fred Kaplan: reviewed, 107:112–16

Lincoln the Lawyer, by Brian Dirck: reviewed, 105:301–3

Lincoln Union College (Chicago, Ill.), 73:384

Lincoln University (Jefferson City, Mo.), 109:330–31, 110:541

Lincoln University (St. Louis, Mo.), 110:552

Lind, Jenny, 74:70

Lindberg, Emil, 75:222

Lindbergh, Anne Morrow, 75:273

Lindbergh, Charles: kidnapping case, 84:362



Lindbergh: A Biography, by Leonard Mosley: reviewed, 75:63–65

Lindburg, Emil, 97:26

Lindenmeyer, Kriste: book review by, 95:334–35; Greatest Generation Grows Up, The: American Childhood in the 1930s, reviewed, 104:352–53

Linderman, Gerald F.: Embattled Courage: The Experience of Combat in the American Civil War, reviewed, 86:188–89

Lindsay, Emma, 85:335

Lindsay, William, 75:115, 104:63; and 1896 party crisis, 76:22–33; election to the Kentucky Court of Appeals, 93:403–6, 409, 415; illus., 104:262; state capital relocation issue, 104:260–61, 268–69

Lindsey, Daniel W., 71:345–46, 88:154–58; illus., 105:666; Twenty-second Kentucky Union Infantry Regiment, 105:658, 675

Lindsey, Jess, 72:202, 84:417

Lindsey, Thomas N., 72:313

Lindstrom, Diane L., 89:183

Lindstrom, Matthew J.: book reviews by, 100:262–64, 105:166–68; The National Environmental Policy Act: Judicial Misconstruction, Legislative Indifference, and Executive Neglect, reviewed, 99:439–41

Line, Jim, 84:54, 63–75, 90:114

Linebaugh, Donald W.: book review by, 95:90–91

Line Fork (Ky.), 78:201–2; flood-control projects on, 107:334–35

Linen, James A. III, 99:41

Linenthal, Edward Tabor: Sacred Ground: Americans and Their Battlefields, reviewed, 91:108–9

Line Port, Tenn., 74:8

Lines in the Sand: Race and Class in Lowcountry Georgia, 1750–1860, by Timothy James Lockley: reviewed, 99:408–9

Lingenfelter, John, 69:113

Lingenfelter, William, 69:113

Link, Arthur S., 96:137–38; The Higher Realism of Woodrow Wilson and Other Essays, reviewed, 70:68–69

Link, Mrs. Alfred, 72:203

Link, William A.: The Paradox of Southern Progressivism, 1880–1930, reviewed, 91:357–58; Roots of Secession: Slavery and Politics in Antebellum Virginia, reviewed, 101:141–43

Linklater, Andro: Artist in Treason, An: The Extraordinary Double Life of General James Wilkinson, reviewed, 107:577–78

Linley, John: The Georgia Catalog: Historic American Buildings Survey, noted, 82:112–13

Linn, Brian McAllister, 104:66; book review by, 105:360–62; U.S. Army and Counterinsurgency in the Philippine War, 1899–1902, reviewed, 88:227–28

Linn, Lewis F., 76:317

Linn, Patti: and Donna M. Neary, Riverside, The Farnsley-Moremen Landing: The Restoration of a Way of Life, noted, 98:134–35

Linn Boyd Ice Company (Paducah, Ky.): illus., 102:195

Linn Camp Creek (Ky.): See Lynn Camp Creek

Linn Corner Spring (Ky.), 69:201, 206–7

Linsley, Judith Walker: Giant Under the Hill: A History of the Spindletop Oil Discovery at Beaumont, Texas, in 1901, reviewed, 101:177–79

Linthead Stomp: The Creation of Country Music in the Piedmont South, by Patrick Huber: reviewed, 106:288–91

Linton, Mrs. J. T., 99:301

Linville Creek (Va.), 75:233; Lincoln family in, 106:333

Lion of the Forest: James B. Finley, Frontier Reformer, by Charles C. Cole Jr.: reviewed, 94:179–80

Lippert, Thomas J.: Leon Lippert: Rediscovering the Art and the Man, reviewed, 99:400–401

Lippincott: Great Battles of History series, 71:316

Lippincott's Magazine, 72:130

Lippmann, Walter, 84:196

Lipsett, Linda Otto: Elizabeth Roseberry Mitchell's Graveyard Quilt: An American Pioneer Saga, reviewed, 94:298–300

Liquor in the Land of the Lost Cause: Southern White Evangelicals and the Prohibition Movement, by Joe L. Coker: reviewed, 106:123–24

Lisinby, William, 88:147

Lisio, Donald J.: Hoover, Blacks & Lily Whites: A Study of Southern Strategies, reviewed, 84:336–37

Lisle, Teddy David: book note by, 86:310; book reviews by, 85:278–80, 87:88–90, 440–41, 92:109–10, 93:502, 102:234–35

Lissenberry, William, 88:147

Listen Here: Women Writing in Appalachia, edited by Sandra L. Ballard and Patricia L. Hudson: listed, 102:152

Liszt Academy of Music (Budapest, Hungary), 74:69

Litchfield, Tom, 81:415–16, 420

Literary Digest, 91:187, 188–90, 192

Literary Fund: and Kentucky common-school education, 82:215, 217–19



Literary History of Kentucky, by William S. Ward: reviewed, 88:82–83

Literary Pamphleteer, The (Bourbon Co., Ky.), 73:146

Literature of Tennessee, edited by Ray Willbanks: reviewed, 83:382–84

Litoff, Judy Barrett: book reviews by, 92:431–33, 96:209–11, 101:380–81

Little, Charles J., 91:157, 166, 174

Little, Douglas: American Orientalism: The U.S. and the Middle East Since 1945, reviewed, 101:198–201

Little, Johnny, 85:330

Little, William, 85:330

"Little Africa" (Louisville, Ky.), 78:41

Little Barren River (Green, Hart, Metcalfe counties, Ky.), 75:176

Little Bighorn, Mont.: battle of, 75:252, 100:483

Little Caesar (film), 98:425–27

Little College Lot (Lexington, Ky.), 110:238, 483–84



Little Colonel, The (film and book), 98:369–70

"Little Colonel: A Phenomenon in Popular Literary Culture," by Sue Lynn McGuire, 89:121–46

Little Creek Naval Amphibious Base (Norfolk, Va.): U.S. Marine Corps Reserve training at, 110:150, 161

Little Giant: The Life and Times of Speaker Carl Albert, by Carl Albert, with Danney Goble: reviewed, 89:232–33

Little Hazel Patch Creek (Ky.), 68:119

Little Kanawha River, 94:62

Little Kingdoms: The Counties of Kentucky, 1850–1891, by Robert M. Ireland: reviewed, 77:51–53

Little Lost Creek (Ky.), 68:225

Little Miami River (Ohio), 69:128, 232

Little Mount Baptist Church (Hardin County, Ky.): and slavery, 106:349–50, 488

Little Pigeon Creek (Ind.), 106:363; Lincoln family at, 108:179

Little Prairie, Mo., 71:57, 61, 72:399, 401



Little Red School House, The, by Eric Sloane, 72:65

Little Renfro Creek (Ky.), 68:120, 126



Little Revenge: Benjamin Franklin and His Son, by Willard Sterne Randall: reviewed, 83:361–62

Little Richland Creek (Ky.), 68:103, 124

Little River (Texas), 71:91

Little Rock, Ark., 71:94

Little Rockcastle River (Ky.), 68:126

Little Rock Daily Arkansas Gazette: George A. Ellsworth memoir in, 108:13, 16, 59–72

Little Sandy River (Ky.), 68:221–22, 229–30, 70:50, 54, 56, 73:330



Little Shepherd of Kingdom Come, by John Fox Jr.: noted, 86:405

Little Taste of Freedom, A: The Black Freedom Struggle in Claiborne County, Mississippi, by Emilye Crosby: reviewed, 104:368–69

Littleton Waller Tazewell, by Norma Lois Peterson: reviewed, 83:147–50

Little Turtle (Miami chief), 91:253

Little Turtle Creek (Ky.), 68:185

Little White Schoolhouse, The, by Ellis Ford Hartford: reviewed, 76:236–38

Little Yellow Creek (Ky.), 68:97

Littrell, Gary: and Garlin M. Conner, 110:90

Litwack, Leon F., 89:340, 100:298, 109:358; and August Meier, eds., Black Leaders of the Nineteenth Century, reviewed, 86:389–91; Been in the Storm So Long: The Aftermath of Slavery, reviewed, 79:189–90; North of Slavery: The Negro in the Free States, 1790–1860, 74:138

Litwicki, Ellen: book review by, 104:159–61

Livermore, Ky., 100:308



Liverpool (steamer), 108:201

Liverpool, England, 70:87, 89, 72:55, 71, 331; John S. Rarey in, 108:195



Lives of Virginia Baptist Ministers, by James Barnett Taylor, 110:22

Living Arts of Nigeria, The: edited by William Fagg, reviewed, 71:309–11

Living Monuments: Confederate Soldiers' Homes in the New South, by R. B. Rosenburg: reviewed, 92:221–22

Livingood, James W.: and J. Leonard Raulston, Sequatchie: A Story of the Southern Cumberlands, reviewed, 72:287–89

Livingston, Edward, 72:39, 169, 81:173

Livingston, Jeffrey C.: book review by, 94:200–201

Livingston, Ky., 68:126, 72:31, 75:123; Circuit Court, 75:238

Livingston, Paul F., 110:553

Livingston, Robert R., 70:316, 71:138, 100:335

"Livingston County, Kentucky—Stepping Stone to Illinois," by Robert Trail, 69:239–72

Livingston County, Ky., 71:347, 80:393, 396–401, 99:346; county seat controversy of, 78:115–22; and Illinois, 69:239–72

Livingston Creek (Livingston County, Ky.), 69:246

Livingstone, David N.: Nathaniel Southgate Shaler and the Culture of American Science, reviewed, 86:170–71

Living the Story (video), 99:2

"Living the Story: The Civil Rights Movement in Kentucky," 109:357

Llewellyn, D. H., 71:181–82

Lloyd, Alice Spencer (Geddes), 79:347, 91:186; article about, 93:180–206

Lloyd, Arthur, 93:182–83, 203

Lloyd, Arthur Y.: book review by, 83:357–58

Lloyd, Curtis Gates, 91:35

Lloyd, Emily, 98:382

Lloyd, Henry Demarest, 73:352, 76:254

Lloyd, John P.: book review by, 103:803–5

Lloyd, John Uri: Felix Moses, the Beloved Jew of Stringtown on the Pike, 110:172; novels of, 91:24–50

Lloyd, Nelson Ashley, 91:35



Lloyd Gaines v. ex. rel. Missouri (1938), 109:330–32, 341

Lloyd George, Woodrow Wilson and the Guilt of Germany: An Essay in the Pre-History of Appeasement, by A. Lentin: reviewed, 83:375–76

Lloyd-Jones, Esther, 89:67

Lo-a-peck-a-way (Shawnee chief), 90:20

"Local Color of John Uri Lloyd: A Critical Survey of the Stringtown Novels," by Michael A. Flannery, 91:24–50



Local History Today: Papers Presented at Four Regional Workshops for Local Historical Organizations in Indiana, June 1978–April 1979, by Richard Jensen, Robert M. Sutton, Thomas D. Clark, and Thomas J. Schlereth: noted, 79:399

Local History Today: Papers Presented at Three 1979 Regional Workshops for Local Historical Organizations in Indiana, by David J. Russo, Dorothy Weyer Creigh, Roger Fortin, John J. Newman, and Pamela J. Bennett: noted, 79:399

Local Matters: Race, Crime, and Justice in the Nineteenth-Century South, edited by Christopher Waldrep and Donald G. Nieman: reviewed, 100:370–71

Local People: The Struggle for Civil Rights in Mississippi, by John Dittmer: reviewed, 93:367–69

Lock, William H., 89:295, 296

Locke, John, 68:332, 336, 71:157, 75:331–32, 86:103, 95:341–42

Locke, "Peg," 98:292–93

Locke Alain, 70:343

Locke's Cincinnati Female Academy (Cincinnati, Ohio), 77:23

Lockett, Francis, 102:43

Lockett, Will: attempted lynching of, 84:263–79

Lockhart, Florence Kelly: family background, 105:406

Lockhart, George C.: Confederate service of, 105:406; family background, 105:404–6; and the Green v. Gould case, 105:384, 386, 402, 403, 408–10, 412–13; illus., 105:405; later career of, 105:415–16; and New Departure Democrats, 105:407; political activities of, 105:406–7

Lockhart, Harrison C., 74:187

Lockhart, Henry, 105:404

Lockhart, Marquis R., 105:405; Confederate service of, 105:406

Lockhart, Sally, 105:404

Lockhart, William H.: and the Classical Institute, 105:405

Lockley, Timothy James: Lines in the Sand: Race and Class in Lowcountry Georgia, 1750–1860, reviewed, 99:408–9

Lockridge, Kenneth A.: The Diary, and Life, of William Byrd II of Virginia, 1674–1744, reviewed, 86:177–78

Lockwood Lewis Orchestra (Louisville, Ky.), 98:399

Locust Grove (Louisville, Ky.), 68:319–20, 336, 339, 70:229; slave quarters at, 96:167–91, 97:337–46

Locust Hill (Frankfort, Ky.), 97:162, 168

Locust Thickett (Danville, Ky.), 72:236

Lodge, Henry Cabot, 95:36, 41, 47, 49, 52, 98:44, 45; George C. Herring interview of, 102:294; and Philippine War, 104:72–73

Lodge, Henry Cabot Jr., 72:64

Lodge in Vietnam: A Patriot Abroad, by Anne Blair: reviewed, 94:341–42

Lodging for A Night, 97:31

Lodi (horse), 100:485

Loeser, Lieutenant ——, 69:14

Loews Corporation, 100:314

Lofaro, Michael A.: book reviewed by Thomas D. Clark, 103:337–38; Boone Day 2004 roundtable discussion, 102:461–87; Daniel Boone: An American Life, reviewed, 102:91–92; and Daniel Boone's surveying, 102:558; Davy Crockett: The Man, the Legend, the Legacy, 1786–1986, reviewed, 84:217–18; illus., 102:482, 504; interview about Daniel Boone, 100:497–504; The Life and Adventures of Daniel Boone, noted, 85:285; The Life and Adventures of Daniel Boone, reviewed, 77:294–95; "Many Lives of Daniel Boone," 102:489–511; "The Eighteenth Century 'Autobiographies' of Daniel Boone," 76:85–97; "Tracking Daniel Boone: The Changing Frontier in American Life," 82:321–33

Lofgren, Charles A.: The Plessy Case: A Legal-Historical Interpretation, reviewed, 85:378–79

Lofton, John G.: and the Livingston County, Ky., county seat controversy, 78:115, 118–22

Lofton, Samuel, 78:118

Loftus, Elizabeth, 100:274–75

Logan (Ky.) County Enterprise, 100:13–14

Logan (Mingo leader), 91:250

Logan, Ann, 107:18; See Ligon, Ann

Logan, Benjamin, 68:93, 128, 70:113, 71:369, 72:240, 74:317, 76:243, 78:101, 80:261, 271, 84:4, 252, 88:395, 91:251, 97:141, 98:49, 100:502, 106:348; compared to Daniel Boone, 102:523; in literature, 68:289

Logan, "Black Jack," 110:571

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