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



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Man O'War (thoroughbred), 76:307

Manpower Development and Training Act (1962), 107:360

Mansco, Mr. —, 69:249

Mansfield (Lexington, Ky.), 100:437

Mansfield, Joseph K.: during Mexican War, 106:24

Mansfield, Mike, 72:191

Mansfield, Ohio, 73:405

Mansfield, William Murray, 71:339

Mansker, Casper, 74:316

Mansker, Kasper, 68:118

Manson, Mahlon D., 70:206, 209, 71:437; article about, 96:221–47

Mantua, Cuba, 105:611, 613

Manual High School: See Du Pont Manual High School

Manufacturing Chemists Association: acroosteolysis investigation, 102:163–65; study of angiosarcoma, 102:177; study of vinyl chloride workers, 102:171, 173–74; and toxic-control legislation, 102:178–79; and vinyl chloride level of safety, 102:166–69

Man Who Fell to Earth, The, by Walter Tevis, 100:320

Man with a Bull-Tongue Plow, by Jesse Stuart, 75:261, 265–66, 270, 273, 275–76, 279

Many Excellent People: Power and Privilege in North Carolina, 1850–1900, by Paul D. Escott: reviewed, 84:220–21

"Many Lives of Daniel Boone," by Michael A. Lofaro, 102:489–511



Many Minds, One Heart: SNCC's Dream for a New America, by Wesley C. Hogan: reviewed, 105:557–58

Maple, Joseph C.: Federal occupation of Ky., 110:341

"Map of Kentucke": by John Filson, 94:5

Marble Creek Church (Ky.): and unification of Baptists in Ky., 110:16–17

Marble Creek Farm (Fayette County, Ky.): Daniel Boone's move from, 102:553

Marblehead, Mass., 69:42–43



Marble Man: Robert E. Lee and His Image in American Society, by Thomas L. Connelly: reviewed, 78:80–82

Marbury v. Madison and Judicial Review, by Robert Lowry Clinton: reviewed, 89:91–92

Marcello, Ronald E.: and Peter B. Land, eds., Warriors and Scholars: A Modern Reader, noted, 103:846; and Robert S. La Forte, eds., Remembering Pearl Harbor: Eyewitness Accounts by U.S. Military Men and Women, reviewed, 90:415–16

March, Peyton C., 99:125, 149, 151–52; Edward M. Coffman's research on, 104:680–81

Marching Through Georgia: The Story of Soldiers and Civilians During Sherman's Campaign, by Lee Kennett: reviewed, 93:488–89

"Marching to Zion: Christianity and Progressivism in Nelson and Washington Counties, Kentucky," by J. Larry Hood, 87:144–61

March of Dimes, 87:28, 31–32, 35, 39

March to the Sea: and William T. Sherman, 109:64



March to the Sea and Beyond: Sherman's Troops in the Savannah and Carolinas Campaigns, by Joseph T. Glatthaar: reviewed, 84:222–24

Marconi, Guglielmo, 90:60

Marcum, Deanna, 96:380–81

Marcum family, 69:287

Marcy, Carl, 100:148

Marcy, William, 90:327

Marechal, Ambrose, 108:218

Margaret I. King Library (University of Kentucky), 73:63



Margaret Mitchell & John Marsh: The Love Story Behind Gone With the Wind, by Marianne Walker: reviewed, 92:203–4

Margaret West (horse), 100:485

Margaret Wood (horse), 100:479, 481, 485, 493

Margo, Robert A.: and Joel Perlemann, Women's Work? American Schoolteachers, 1650–1920, reviewed, 99:179–81

Margulies, Herbert F.: book review by, 90:210–11; The Mild Reservationists and the League of Nations Controversy, reviewed, 89:222–23

Margulis, Heidi, 99:268

Maria Wood (horse), 100:485

Maricaibo, Venezuela, 71:88

Marietta, Ga., 94:163

Marietta, Ohio, 70:70, 71:75, 83, 73:346, 350, 352

Marietta College (Marietta, Ga.), 72:284

Marigold, W. G.: and Edwin S. Bradley, Union College, 1879–1979, noted, 78:386

Marilley, Suzanne: Woman Suffage and the Origins of Liberal Feminism in the United States, 1820–1920, noted, 95:460–61

Marine, Mexico: during Mexican War, 106:37–38

Marine Corps Air Station (Beaufort, S.C.): U.S. Marine Corps Reserve training at, 110:159

Marine Corps Base (Quantico, Va.): U.S. Marine Corps Reserve training at, 110:143

Marine Corps Museum (Quantico, Va.), 71:442

Marine Corps Recruit Depot (Parris Island, S.C.), 110:153–54, 159; U.S. Marine Corps Reserve training at, 110:143, 151

Marine Corps Recruit Depot (San Diego, Calif.): U.S. Marine Corps Reserve training at, 110:151

Marine Corps Reserve Bulletin, 110:139

Marine Hospital (Evansville, Ind.), 74:86, 98

Marine Hospital (Paducah, Ky.), 70:269

Marini, Stephen A.: Sacred Song in America, reviewed, 102:234–35

Marion, Ala., 74:293, 94:166

Marion, Ky., 72:340

Marion, Marty, 82:373

Marion, Mattie, 98:59

Marion, M. C., 91:173

Marion, Ohio, 70:337

Marion County, Ky, 69:161

Marion County, Ky., 70:77, 82, 249, 72:24, 74:103; Catholic schools in, 108:213; courthouses in, 70:335; John Hunt Morgan in, 108:61

Marion County, Tenn., 72:287

Marion Post Wolcott: A Photographic Journey, by F. Jack Hurley: reviewed, 88:460–61

Maritt, Dewie L., 100:153–54

Marius, Richard: Reading Faulkner: Introduction to the First Thirteen Novels, reviewed, 105:341–43

Mark, E. H., 88:441–42, 444



Market Revolution in America, The: Liberty, Ambition, and the Eclipse of the Common Good, by John Lauritz Larson: reviewed, 108:398–400

Market Revolution: Jacksonian America, 1815–1846, by Charles G. Sellers: reviewed, 92:90–92

Market Street (Lexington, Ky.), 107:140; church on, 106:196; Matthew Kennedy's property on, 103:507–8

Market Street (Louisville, Ky.), 107:44, 109:311, 110:169

Market Street Methodist Church (Lexington, Ky.), 106:223

Markey, Lucille Parker Wright, 90:64

Markham, Albert, 74:179

Markham, Edwin, 76:255

Markham, Norman G., 110:336

Markowitz, Gerald E.: and David Rosner, Deceit and Denial: The Deadly Politics of Industrial Pollution, reviewed, 101:220–22; and David Rosner, "Uncovering a Deadly Cancer: The National Implications of Revelations at the B. F. Goodrich Plant in Louisville," 102:157–81; and Marlene Park, Democratic Vistas: Post Offices and Public Art in the New Deal, reviewed, 83:376–77

Marks, Frederick W. III: Power and Peace: The Diplomacy of John Foster Dulles, reviewed, 92:231–32; Wind Over Sand: The Diplomacy of Franklin Roosevelt, reviewed, 86:398–99

Marks, Henry S.: book review by, 72:69–71

Marks, Joseph E., 88:174

Marks, Patricia: Bicycles, Bangs and Bloomers: The New Woman in the Popular Press, reviewed, 89:314–15

Marks, William, 99:380

Mark's Colored Mission Episcopal Church (Louisville, Ky.), 98:173

Mark Twain & The South, by Arthur G. Pettit: reviewed, 73:196–99

Mark Twain and the American West, by Joseph L. Coulombe: reviewed, 101:364–66

Mark Twain and the Spiritual Crisis of His Age, by Harold K. Bush: reviewed, 105:312–14

Mark Twain's Civil War, edited by David Rachels: reviewed, 105:713–15

Mark Twain: The Complete Interviews, edited by Gary Scharnhorst: reviewed, 105:502–3

Marler, Scott: book reviews by, 99:181–83, 101:161–62, 107:600–602

Marmaduke, John S., 69:343

Marmaduke, Vincent: and Confederate conspiracies in the North, 108:102–3

Marmion, C. Gresham, 104:228–29

Marquette, Jacques, 69:241, 244, 71:127

Marrell, M. M., 87:156

Marrett, Robert H.: subdivision development by, 107:80



Marriage of Emily Dickinson: A Study of the Fascicles, by William H. Shurr: reviewed, 82:306–8

Marrs, Aaron W.: Railroads in the Old South: Pursuing Progess in a Slave State, reviewed, 107:105–7

Marrs, Elijah P., 72:128, 84:349

Marrs, Henry, 72:126–28

Marrs, James R., 71:41, 44

Marrs family, 69:287

Marsala, Vincent J.: and Frank J. Williams, and William D. Pederson, eds., Abraham Lincoln: Sources and Style of Leadership, reviewed, 93:341–42

Marsden, George M.: Jonathan Edwards: A Life, reviewed, 102:569–71

Marsee, R. A., 88:447

Marsh, Alexander, 94:228

Marsh, Ben: Georgia's Frontier Woman: Female Fortunes in a Southern Colony, reviewed, 105:688–90

Marsh, Dr. ——, 69:121

Marsh, George Perkins, 72:61

Marsh, Harvey, 94:229

Marsh, Miles, 94:229, 232

Marsh, Olive, 85:259, 260

Marsh, Richard, 76:270, 272, 276

Marsh, Susan (Hayward), 94:228

Marshall, ——, 73:126, 83:230–31

Marshall, __, 91:272

Marshall, Alexander, 80:379

Marshall, Alexander Keith, 88:18, 91:374–75, 100:341

Marshall, Anne E., 99:122, 105:411, 107:522, 547, 109:357–58, 110:234, 238, 294, 439, 467, 478; "A Sisters' War: Kentucky Women and Their Civil War Diaries," 110:481–502; book review by, 109:80–81; Creating a Confederate Kentucky: The Lost Cause and Civil War Memory in a Border State, review essay, 110:575–84; essay by, 110:567; illus., 107:221; and the Jefferson Davis symposium, 107:143, 203, 210–11, 213–18, 221–28, 231, 233, 235, 237, 242, 245, 255–56; "Kentucky's Separate Coach Law and African American Response, 1892–1900," 98:241–59

Marshall, Ben, 99:296–97

Marshall, Bobby, Paducah: during 1937 flood, 102:186

Marshall, Bridget: book review by, 103:782–83

Marshall, Burke, 99:30, 36, 41

Marshall, Capt. ——, 85:340

Marshall, Charles, 68:333–34

Marshall, Charles C., 84:374, 376, 378, 382–83, 390, 396

Marshall, Charles S., 93:408, 414

Marshall, Charlotte, 70:117–18

Marshall, Christine, 104:680–82

Marshall, Edward, 80:381–83

Marshall, Elizabeth, 99:257

Marshall, Erynn: Music in the Air Somewhere: The Shifting Borders of West Virginia Fiddle and Song Tradition, reviewed, 105:180–83

Marshall, Francis C., 84:272, 275, 278

Marshall, George C., 82:360, 96:278, 99:140–41; Forrest C. Pogue oral history interviews of, 104:614, 618, 626, 678–79

Marshall, Herbert, 98:408, 414

Marshall, Humphrey (1760-1841), 68:64–65, 266–67, 69:211, 299, 70:13, 20, 41, 249, 318, 71:386, 388–91, 72:430, 73:107, 74:317, 75:184, 76:101, 104, 77:77, 78:107, 111, 90:52, 100:341; The History of Kentucky, 71:470; History of Kentucky, reprinted, 70:72–74; Ky. Historical Society, 101:10; and the Marshall-Brown Controversy, 70:108–20

Marshall, Humphrey (1812-72), 70:117, 79:13, 31–32, 34, 81:119, 346, 351–53, 355, 357–60, 85:322, 340, 343, 88:155, 90:342, 93:273, 94:158; and Denton Offutt, 108:198; and the Marshall-Brown Controversy, 70:13, 108–20

Marshall, James M.: Land Fever: Dispossession and the Frontier Myth, reviewed, 85:179–80

Marshall, James P., 79:331

Marshall, J. J., 68:267

Marshall, John, 68:299, 69:92, 70:22–24, 30, 34, 73, 113, 118, 123, 125–26, 72:208, 76:101, 78:103, 111, 85:340, 87:410, 94:357, 98:87, 100:343, 455, 110:383; and the U.S. Constitution, 110:380

Marshall, John (1856-1922), 76:307

Marshall, John J., 71:165

Marshall, Julia, 98:5

Marshall, Lewis, 69:211

Marshall, Linden, 69:211

Marshall, Louis, 68:299, 72:208–9, 87:410

Marshall, Lynn L., 69:293, 309

Marshall, Mary McDowell ("Polly"), 100:341

Marshall, Matthew, 73:235

Marshall, M. L., 98:39

Marshall, Mrs. Humphrey, 70:115

Marshall, Raymond: testimony to the National Advisory Commission on Rural Poverty, 107:362, 366

Marshall, Robert, 69:227

Marshall, Samuel, 105:245

Marshall, Suzanne: "Lord, We're Just Trying to Save Your Water": Environmental Activism and Dissent in the Appalachian South, reviewed, 100:578–79; Violence in the Black Patch of Kentucky and Tennessee, reviewed, 93:340–41

Marshall, Thomas, 68:299, 70:9, 73, 110, 113, 118, 71:384, 80:379, 81:119–20, 127, 100:331–32, 341; Fayette County surveys, 102:540–41, 547; price of a survey, 102:551

Marshall, Thomas A., 72:11, 93:392, 396–97, 401

Marshall, Thomas E., 90:334, 340

Marshall, Thomas F., 73:239, 81:146, 84:124, 97:162–63, 167

Marshall, Thomas R., 76:247, 325

Marshall, Thurgood, 89:357, 99:10, 375; and desegregation of the University of Ky., 109:333–34, 337, 339, 345; and school desegregation, 105:29

Marshall, Tom, 71:195

Marshall, William, 79:260, 83:15

Marshall, William J. Jr., 97:101, 99:95; "A. B. Chandler as Baseball Commissioner, 1945–1951: An Overview," 82:358–88; Baseball's Pivotal Era, 1945–1951, reviewed, 99:74–75; book reviews by, 82:205–6, 83:377–79, 104:773–74; "Happy Chandler and Baseball's Pivotal Era," 99:99–121; and Jeffrey S. Suchanek, eds., Time on Target: The World War II Memoir of William R. Buster, reviewed, 98:298–99; photo of, 99:117

Marshall County, Ky., 69:288–89, 90:181, 99:341, 342; African Americans in, 110:522; Freedmen's Bureau in, 110:526; and the Jackson Purchase, 110:504

Marshall County High School (Marshall County, Ky.): Kentucky Girls' High School State Basketball Tournament, 109:461

Marshall family: in Kentucky, 104:680

Marshall Plan, 76:116, 107:238; success of, 102:314

Marshes Creek: See Meshack Creek

Marsich, David: "'And shall thy flowers cease to bloom?': The Shakers' Struggle to Preserve Pleasant Hill, 1862-1910," 109:3–26; article by, 109:1

Marszalek, John F.: book note by, 94:217–18; book reviews by, 85:376–77, 88:348–49; and Charles D. Lowery, eds., Encyclopedia of African-American Civil Rights, noted, 91:248; ed., The Diary of Miss Emma Holmes, 1861–1866, reviewed, 78:280–83; Sherman: A Soldier's Passion for Order, reviewed, 91:439–43; Sherman's Other War: The General and the Civil War Press, reviewed, 81:94–95

Mart, Michelle: book reviews by, 100:396–98, 102:129–31

Martello, Robert: Midnight Ride, Industrial Dawn: Paul Revere and the Growth of American Enterprise, reviewed, 109:211–13

Marten, James: book reviews by, 90:299–300, 91:349–50, 436–37, 92:221–22, 94:192–93, 315–17, 95:449–50; ed., Children and Youth during Civil War Era, reviewed, 110:213–15; Sing Not War: The Lives of Union and Confederate Veterans in Gilded Age America, reviewed, 110:219–21, 560, 573–74; Texas Divided: Loyalty and Dissent in the Lone Star State, 1856–1874, reviewed, 89:103–4

Martha Matilda Harper and the American Dream: How One Woman Changed the Face of Modern Business, by Jane R. Plitt: reviewed, 98:234–36

Martha Washington (steamer): and 1850 López expedition, 105:598–600

Martí, Jóse: bust of, 105:571, 573

Marti, Kenneth C., 110:460–61

Martial, B., 97:370

Martial, M., 108:221

Martienssen, Anthony: Queen Katherine Parr, reviewed, 72:415–17

Martin, ——, 68:21

Martin, Alexander: memories of frontier Ky. agriculture, 107:31

Martin, Andrew: Perceptions of War: Vietnam in American Culture, reviewed, 92:234–35

Martin, Andrew ("Skipper"): pardon of, 102:85

Martin, Asa E., 101:96, 103:712

Martin, Carl E., 68:216

Martin, Charles E.: Hollybush: Folk Building in an Appalachian Community, reviewed, 83:142–43

Martin, Charles H.: Benching Jim Crow: The Rise and Fall of the Color Line in Southern College Sports, 1890-1980, reviewed, 109:120–22; book review by, 99:192–94

Martin, David, 107:381

Martin, Dean, 98:346

Martin, Edwin W.: Divided Counsel: The Anglo-American Response to Communist Victory in China, reviewed, 85:187–88

Martin, Elmer, 99:382

Martin, Emma, 94:285–86

Martin, Fletcher, 104:221

Martin, Fred, 82:368, 381

Martin, Galen, 99:22; Kentucky Commission on Human Rights (KCHR), 105:15; Louisville–Jefferson County school desegregation suit, 105:6

Martin, Ged: ed., "The British and Kentucky, 1786," 73:288–90

Martin, George, 74:74

Martin, Glen, 98:293

Martin, Helen: family of, 107:532; marriage of, 107:544, 546; relationship with Benjamin F. Buckner, 107:513, 515–18, 523–30, 537–38, 541–43; and secessionism, 107:520; and slavery, 107:520, 533

Martin, Henry, 89:22–23

Martin, Homer, 97:409

Martin, James, 104:441–42, 447, 559–60; Edward F. Prichard's evaluation of, 104:444–45

Martin, James B., 103:520, 531–32; "Black Flag Over the Bluegrass: Guerrilla Warfare in Kentucky, 1863–1865," 86:352–75; book review by, 88:213–14

Martin, James S.: Federal occupation of Ky., 110:392

Martin, Janet M.: Presidency and Women, The: Promise, Performance, and Illusion, 101:554–56

Martin, Janice, 99:280

Martin, Jay: Education of John Dewey, The, reviewed, 101:170–71

Martin, Jess, 94:285–86

Martin, Joanne, 99:383

Martin, John, 81:122, 110:527; and the Green v. Gould case, 105:398, 409–10

Martin, John P., 88:266

Martin, Joseph, 68:127, 71:133, 80:272, 81:6; Jessamine County, Ky., 98:396

Martin, J. Sella: abolitionism of, 107:169

Martin, Lawrence, 86:250, 251; The Presidents and the Prime Ministers: Washington and Ottawa Face to Face; The Myth of Bilaterial Bliss, 1867–1982, noted, 81:463–64

Martin, Linda, 72:353

Martin, M. Albert: and the Magniadas Lincoln medal, 109:193

Martin, Mary, 93:69, 96:276

Martin, Michael T.: and Marilyn Yaquinto, eds., Redress for Historical Injustices in the United States: On Reparations for Slavery, Jim Crow, and Their Legacies, reviewed, 107:125–28

Martin, Miss ——, 73:424

Martin, Moses, 88:147

Martin, P. C., 110:518

Martin, Peppy, 99:267

Martin, Rachel, 69:229

Martin, Ralph G.: Seeds of Destruction: Joe Kennedy and His Sons, reviewed, 94:336–38

Martin, R. M.: and John Hunt Morgan's Ky. raid, 85:335–39, 355, 358

Martin, Robert R., 68:81, 69:89–90, 70:75, 71:330, 73:102, 75:81–82, 90, 77:4, 104:570; and civil rights protests in Richmond, Ky., 109:382–83, 385; Eastern Kentucky University, 104:567; and the truck deal, 104:574–75

Martin, Samuel, 69:208–10, 107:527–28; and Benjamin F. Buckner, 107:518; economic status of, 107:517–18; and slavery, 107:532

Martin, Scott C.: book review by, 108:398–400

Martin, Skipper, 102:79

Martin, Tenn., 74:304

Martin, Walter: Thomas D. Clark letter to, 103:346

Martin, W. C., 69:117

Martin, William, 69:138, 72:238, 81:119, 100:439

Martin County, Ky., 69:287; coal slurry spill, 101:4; "Moonlight Schools" in, 74:18; visit of Lyndon Johnson to, 107:339

Martineau, Harriet, 71:205, 90:41, 100:430

Martinek, Jason D.: book review by, 105:724–25

Martinez, A., 81:243, 246, 251

Martinez, Agustin: Ky. Regiment, 105:589–90

Martin family, 68:224

Martini, Edwin A.: Invisible Enemies: The American War on Vietnam, 1975–2000, reviewed, 106:153–55

Martinique: island of, 71:130

Martin Luther King Jr. Elementary School (Louisville, Ky.): illus., 105:28

Martinsburg, Ky., 72:340

Martin's Business College (Covington, Ky.), 98:184

"Martin's Cabin" (Lee County, Va.), 79:257

Martin's Station, Ky., 91:251; disease at, 102:484

Martis, Kenneth, 110:468

Marty, Myron A.: and David E. Kyvig, Nearby History: Exploring the Past Around You, reviewed, 81:435–36

Martyn, D. E.: during Civil War, 108:28

Marvel, William: Andersonville: The Last Depot, reviewed, 93:226–27

Marvin, Benson, 80:437

Marvin, Enoch M., 78:351

Marvin, J. B., 90:243

Marvin College (Clinton, Ky.), 98:261; and Alben Barkley, 78:344, 347, 351–54, 356–58, 360–61

Marx, Karl, 69:152

Marx, Leo: Machine in the Garden, The, 110:576

Marx brothers, 98:421

Marxism: and Civil War interpretation, 102:388

"Mary Beck and the Female Mind," by Edna Talbott Whitley, 77:15–24



Mary Boykin Chesnut: A Biography, by Elisabeth Muhlenfeld: reviewed, 80:468–69

"Mary Breckinridge and the Frontier Nursing Service," by Carol Crowe-Carraco, 76:179–91



Mary Breckinridge: The Frontier Nursing Service and Rural Health in Appalachia, by Melanie Beals Goan: reviewed, 106:235–37

Mary Chesnut's Civil War, edited by C. Vann Woodward: reviewed, 80:466–68

Maryland, 69:51, 131, 176–77, 225, 242, 258, 264, 369, 374, 70:51, 71:326–27, 72:11, 91, 279, 281, 332, 95:129, 96:315–16, 99:55, 250, 360, 110:397; abolition bill, 101:276; African American legislators in, 110:553; arming of slaves during American Revolution, 107:188; civil rights in, 109:389, 110:546; during Civil War, 110:232, 259–60; compensated emancipation, 106:525; Confederate invasion of, 107:189; and the Emancipation Proclamation, 105:55; emigration to Indiana from, 108:338; foxhunting in, 69:389; free blacks in, 110:301; house of delegates, 69:131; importance as a border state, 106:437–39; and Jesuits, 108:215–16, 224, 231, 241; Offutt family in, 108:178; out-migration, 106:342, 362, 365; Robert E. Lee's invasion of, 110:406; Roman Catholic migration to Ky., 74:30, 97:348, 352, 356, 101:286; and secession, 101:413; slavery in, 106:359–60, 434; soldiers from during Civil War, 107:546; supreme court of, 78:44; triracial isolate group in, 102:212

Maryland State Fair (Baltimore, Md.): Denton Offutt at, 108:196

Mary McLeod Bethune and Black Women's Political Activism, by Joyce A. Hanson: reviewed, 101:368–70

Mary P. Follett: Creating Democracy, Transforming Management, by Joan C. Tonn: reviewed, 101:528–29

Mary Sharp College (Winchester, Tenn.), 74:204

Mary's Vineyard (Mammoth Cave), 68:335

Mary Telfair to Mary Few: Selected Letters, 1802-1844, edited by Betty Wood: reviewed, 106:89–90

Mary Todd Elementary School (Lexington, Ky.): African American students, 101:260, 267



Mary Todd Lincoln: A Biography, by Jean H. Baker: reviewed, 86:166–68

"Mary Todd Lincoln: Biography as Social History," by Jean H. Baker, 86:203–15

Maryville, Tenn., 70:136, 74:105, 110

Maryville College (Tenn.), 98:1

Marzian, Mary Lou, 99:273–74, 283

Masaryk, Jan, 96:356

Mascardo, Tomás, 83:343–44

Masden, Steve: and Burlyn Pike, Railroad Town: A Pictorial History of Lebanon Junction, Kentucky, noted, 90:220

Maslowski, Peter: Armed with Cameras: The American Military Photographers of World War II, reviewed, 92:225–27

Mason, Alpheus T.: Brandeis: A Free Man's Life, 70:148

Mason, Betty: Columbia University, 104:616

Mason, Bobbie Ann, 92:259, 262, 98:382–83, 101:4; Clear Springs: A Memoir, reviewed, 97:205–7

Mason, Charlie, 101:469

Mason, Don, 101:469

Mason, Elizabeth Mary Ann Sally, 69:7

Mason, Emma Twiggs, 69:7, 16

Mason, George, 72:186, 395, 414, 91:131, 92:10, 95:364–65, 107:30

Mason, George W., 69:1–3

Mason, Harriet: slave reminiscence of, 110:315

Mason, I. W.: Civil War letter of, 68:177–79

Mason, James Rankin: biography of, 101:459–60; slave of, 101:458

Mason, John Mitchell, 71:81

Mason, John T., 73:8

Mason, Joseph, 69:249

Mason, Kathryn Harrod: James Harrod of Kentucky, 71:466

Mason, Kathy S.: book review by, 102:429–31

Mason, Margaret, 69:15–16, 101:469

Mason, Margaretta, 69:316–18

Mason, Mary, 101:473

Mason, Matthew: Slavery and Politics in the Early American Republic, reviewed, 105:108–10

Mason, Mr. ——, 81:194

Mason, Rankin, 101:462, 473; farm of, 101:460

Mason, Richard Barnes: and Owensboro, Ky., 69:1–16

Mason, Robert: Richard Nixon and the Quest for a New Majority, reviewed, 102:452–54

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