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



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McMillin, Laurence: book note by, 93:125–26; book review by, 93:347–48

McMinneville, Tenn., 70:204

McMinnville, Tenn., 75:129; George A. Ellsworth in, 108:67–69; John Hunt Morgan headquarters in, 108:61, 64; telegraphic communication during Civil War, 108:59, 62–63

McMullin, James, 92:144, 147

McMurry, Linda O.: book review by, 85:185–87

McMurry, Richard M.: book reviews by, 81:94–95, 85:87–88; and James I. Robertson Jr., eds., Rank and File: Civil War Essays in Honor of Bell Irvin Wiley, reviewed, 76:332–33; John Bell Hood and the War for Southern Independence, reviewed, 80:464–66; Two Great Rebel Armies: An Essay in Confederate Military History, reviewed, 87:175–76

McMurtrie, Henry, 72:45–46, 81:72

McMurtry, John, 70:336

McMurtry, R. Gerald: and Mark E. Neely Jr., The Insanity File: The Case of Mary Todd Lincoln, reviewed, 85:167–68

McMurtry, Richard Keith: John McMurtry and the American Indian, noted, 79:96

McNair, Robert E., 99:38

McNamara, Brooks: Step Right Up: An Illustrated History of the American Medicine Show, reviewed, 75:253–56

McNamara, Nell Guy, 68:81, 271

McNamara, Robert S.: defense strategy of, 110:155–58; Fog of War, 102:336, 337; George C. Herring's estimate of, 102:336–38; illus., 102:337; military build-up of', 110:141; and Vietnam War, 95:285–88, 291, 292, 294, 298–302, 98:341, 99:141, 100:2, 102:294, 332, 335; and the Vietnam War, 110:160–61

McNaughten's Case (1843), 88:11

McNaughton, John T., 100:2

McNaught syndicate: and Fontaine Fox, 77:114

McNay, John T.: Acheson and Empire: The British Accent in American Foreign Policy, reviewed, 100:249–50; book reviews by, 100:410–12, 101:198–201, 104:764–66, 105:158–61

McNeal, John, 97:408, 418

McNeely, Tom: description of Denton Offutt, 108:190–91

McNeil, ——, 85:351

McNeil—,: death of, 71:300

McNeill, George: The Labor Movement: The Problem of Today, 86:216

McNeill, William H.: book by reviewed, 76:160–62

McNemar, Richard, 74:336, 79:360; and the Cane Ridge revival, 69:216–18, 227–29, 231–33, 235–38, 106:182, 203; and Presbyterian New Lights, 106:187

McNitt Massacre, 68:107–9

McNulty, Leroy, 97:409, 412

McPheeters, Jeremiah, 71:465

McPheeters, Mr. ——, 100:346, 348

McPherron, Jessie, 80:2

McPherson, Harry, 99:37, 42

McPherson, Ira, 76:146–47

McPherson, James Birdseye, 73:296, 306, 407

McPherson, James M., 101:438, 441, 442, 106:373–74, 526, 571, 108:316; Abraham Lincoln, 106:461; Abraham Lincoln and the Second American Revolution, reviewed, 89:411–12; Battle Cry of Freedom: The Civil War Era, reviewed, 87:73–74; book reviews by, 78:377–78, 85:91–93; Crossroads of Freedom: Antietam, The Battle That Changed the Civil War, reviewed, 101:145–47; ed., "We Cannot Escape History": Lincoln and the Last Best Hope of Earth, reviewed, 94:180–82; and James M. Banner Jr., Michael D. Bell, Lawrence B. Holland, and Nancy J. Weiss, eds., Blacks in America: Bibliographical Essays, reviewed, 70:146–48; and J. Morgan Kousser, eds., Region, Race and Reconstruction: Essays in Honor of C. Vann Woodward, reviewed, 81:450–52; Ordeal by Fire: The Civil War and Reconstruction, reviewed, 81:321–22; and prosouthern textbooks, 102:391; triumph of the Lost Cause, 102:398; What They Fought For, 1861–1865, reviewed, 92:422–23

McPherson, Jesse, 75:178, 187

McPherson, Larry E.: Memphis, noted, 100:270

McPherson, Sherman T., 98:187–88, 190, 192–94, 196

McPherson, Tara: Reconstructing Dixie: Race, Gender, and Nostalgia in the Imagined South, reviewed, 103:612–13

McQuade, Thomas, 86:222

McQuiddy, R. I., 100:11

McQuown, Lewis, 95:31

McReynolds, James C., 70:121, 134–35, 104:474; relationship with Felix Frankfurter, 104:465–66

McRoberts, Alexander, 70:220–21

McRoberts, Ky., 97:191

M'Crohan, Charles P., 72:162

McVety, Amanda Kay: book review by, 109:83–85

McVey, Frances Jewell, 103:61; and Robert Berry Jewell, Uncle Will of the Wildwood: Nineteenth-Century Life in the Bluegrass, noted, 104:814; and Robert Berry Jewell, Uncle Will of Wildwood, Nineteenth Century Life in the Bluegrass, reviewed, 73:322–24

McVey, Frank L., 69:395, 70:227, 73:99, 323, 74:113–14, 116, 118, 79:344, 350–51; book collection of, 103:63–65; and the Book Thieves, 103:51, 58; and desegregation of the University of Ky., 109:331–32, 336; diary of, 103:61–62; and evolution issue, 104:417; illus., 103:49, 711; interest in university press, 103:52; letter of Thomas D. Clark to, illus., 103:150; Thomas D. Clark commentary on, 103:377–80; Thomas D. Clark letters to, 103:213–14, 378–79, 405–6; and University of Ky., 81:71, 85:49, 59–61, 89:137, 90:277, 92:249, 93:309–17, 319–31, 433–38, 96:298, 97:287, 103:58, 59, 710

McVey, T. J., 93:453–54, 456

McWhiney, Grady, 85:110, 101:452; book review by, 95:441–43; and Perry D. Jamieson, Attack and Die: Civil War Military Tactics and the Southern Heritage, reviewed, 81:449–50; Southerners and Other Americans, reviewed, 72:56–59

McWhirter, Christian: Battle Hymns: The Power and Popularity of Music in the Civil War, reviewed, 110:602–4

McWhorter, Henry, 68:112

McWhorter, Lucullus Virgin: The Border Settlers of Northwestern Virginia, 1768–1795, reviewed, 75:70–73

McWilliams, ("Bunk"): and the Huntington Boosters, 97:409, 412–13, 421, 440

McWilliams, D. W., 91:172–74

McWilliams, Tennant S.: New South Faces the World: Foreign Affairs and the Southern Sense of Self, 1877–1950, reviewed, 87:179–81

McZuig, Henry D., 79:329

M. D. Anderson Hospital (Houston, Texas), 102:172

Meacham, J. G., 72:271

Meacham, John, 69:232

Meacham, Sarah Hand: book review by, 105:101–2; Every Home a Distillery: Alcohol, Gender, and Technology in the Colonial Chesapeake, reviewed, 108:384–86

Meachem, Joseph, 74:228–29

Mead, Jenny, 110:513

Mead, Rebecca J.: How the Vote Was Won: Woman Suffrage and the Western United States, 1868–1914, reviewed, 102:248–50

Mead, Wash., 72:269

Meade, David, 77:22, 92:12, 94:7, 10, 15, 23, 31; views of Ky., 90:117–39

Meade, David Jr., 90:119, 120, 124, 130

Meade, David Sr., 90:118

Meade, George G., 72:405–6, 89:368

Meade, Hugh, 90:125

Meade, N. Mitchell, 98:363

Meade, Richard Kidder, 90:117, 122

Meade, Sarah Waters, 90:118, 129, 139

Meade, Susannah Everard, 90:118

Meade, William, 69:45, 51

Meade County, Ky., 69:113, 70:322, 100:143

Meadows, R. Darrell: "Abraham Lincoln and the Register," 106:297–305; book reviews by, 105:480–82, 107:98–100, 108:308–11; Kentucky Historical Society (Frankfort, Ky.), 108:251; Lincoln article by, 106:300–301; "Toward a View of Abraham Lincoln's Trans-Appalachian World in Motion," 106:333–72

Meadowthorpe Elementary School (Lexington, Ky.): African American students, 101:260; illus., 101:261

Meagher, James, 108:54

Meagher, John, 95:396

Meagher, M. J., 95:403

Meale, Connie: book review by, 104:327–29

"'Meaningful Change and Unceasing Continuity': An Essay Review of A History of Blacks in Kentucky,"by Jason H. Silverman, 91:65–75

Meany, George, 99:41

Meaux, Caroline, 87:435

Meaux, Charlotte, 87:435

Meaux, Chesterfield, 87:435

Meaux, Fanny, 87:435

Meaux, Humphrey, 87:435

Meaux, John, 87:428, 431, 435

Meaux, Jordan, 87:435

Meaux, Nancy, 87:435

Meaux, Peter, 87:435

Meaux, Walter, 87:435

Meaux family (Boyle County, Ky.), 87:435–36

Meck, Bill: book review by, 99:444–46

Meckier, Jerome: Innocent Abroad: Charles Dickens's American Engagements, noted, 89:120

Mecklenburg County, N.C., 102:16

Mecom, Jane, 105:255, 260

"Medal for Mrs. Lincoln, A," by Jason Emerson, 109:187–205

Medal of Honor: and Garlin M. Conner, 110:68

Meddis, C. J.: land-development firm of, 107:58

Medical College of Georgia (Augusta, Ga.): gangrene research at, 74:131

Medical Histories of Union Generals, by Jack D. Welsh: reviewed, 95:204–5

Medicine and Slavery: The Diseases and Health Care of Blacks in Antebellum Virginia, by Todd L. Savitt: reviewed, 78:76–78

Medicine in Kentucky, by John H. Ellis: reviewed, 76:234–36

Medicine in the Athens of the West: The History and Influence of the Lexington–Fayette County Medical Society, by W. Porter Mayo: reviewed, 98:305–7

Medieval Home Companion: Housekeeping in the Fourteenth Century, translated and edited by Tania Bayard: noted, 90:320–21

Medina River (Texas), 71:22

Medley, Wathen, 88:174

Medora, Ky., 102:357

Medora Elementary School (Jefferson County, Ky.): illus., 105:21

Medussa (Union gunboat), 72:168

Mee, Charles L. Jr.: The End of Order: Versailles, 1919, reviewed, 80:245–47

Meeker, Edwin J., 73:319

Meer, Sarah: Uncle Tom Mania: Slavery, Minstrelsy, and Transatlantic Culture in the 1850s, reviewed, 104:148–50

Meese, Edwin, 102:399

Meeting the Challenge: America's Independent Colleges and Universities Since 1956, by John R. Thelin, Alvin P. Sanoff, and Welch Suggs: noted, 104:815–16

Mefford, Mark: book notes by, 93:382–83, 94:347

Megowan, —: and slave trading, 69:325

Megowan, Mary Parker, 76:275

Megowan, Robert, 76:275

Megowan, Stewart W., 76:274, 279, 283; and Charles S. Todd, 105:200; company of Kentucky volunteers during War of 1812, 105:200

Megowan, W. S. D., sheriff of Jefferson County, Ky.: bail hearing in Louisville lynching case, 102:379; dissuades lynch mob, 102:359; election of, 102:359; interrogates Briar Creek slaves, 102:358–59

Megowan Hall (Eastern State Hospital), 70:105

Meharry Medical College (Nashville, Tenn.), 69:280, 99:375; and school desegregation, 109:340

Meier, August, 89:340, 104:233, 236; and Elliott Rudwick, Along the Color Line: Explorations in the Black Experience, reviewed, 76:76–77; and Elliott Rudwick, CORE: A Study in the Civil Rights Movement, 1942-1968 (1973), 109:354–55; and Leon Litwack, eds., Black Leaders of the Nineteenth Century, reviewed, 86:389–91

Meier, Kathryn Shively: book review by, 110:595–97

Meigs, Charles D., 74:91

Mekong Delta (Vietnam), 100:3; illus., 102:322

Meldrum, Ky., 68:97–98

Meleidese, John, 75:211

Melhorn, Donald F. Jr.: Lest We Be Marshall'd: Judicial Powers and Politics in Ohio, 1806–1812, reviewed, 101:510–12

Melish, John, 90:26–27, 43–44, 94:29–30

Mellen, William, 86:216, 110:179

Mellon, Andrew: business interests in Harlan County, Ky., 107:483

Mellon: An American Life, by David Cannadine: reviewed, 105:148–50

Melnick, Ralph: Senda Berenson: The Unlikely Founder of Women's Basketball, reviewed, 105:519–21

Melodeon Hall (Lexington, Ky.): illus., 100:52

Melosi, Martin V.: ed., New Encyclopedia of Southern Culture, The, vol. 8, Environment, reviewed, 106:137–38; Effluent America: Cities, Industries, Energy and the Environment, reviewed, 99:441–42

Meloy, Harold: and Samuel W. Thomas, and Eugene H. Conner, "A History of Mammoth Cave, Emphasizing Tourist Development and Medical Experimentation Under Dr. John Croghan," 68:319–40

Melton, Carol Willcox: Between War and Peace: Woodrow Wilson and the American Expeditionary Force in Siberia, 1918–1921, reviewed, 99:423–25

Melton, Emily, 81:298

Melton, James, 97:35; and public school reform, 109:34, 37

Melungeon Heritage Association, 102:216

Melungeons, 74:327, 75:280; article about, 102:207–23; description of, 102:210–11; DNA evidence, 102:220; ethnic identity, 102:212; historiography, 102:213–16; origin of name, 102:211; origins of, 102:210–11, 218, 223; social status of, 102:218; stereotypes of, 102:211–12



Melungeons, by Bonnie Bell, 102:216

"Melungeons: A Study in Racial Complexity–A Review Essay," by Carolyn Earle Billingsley, 102:207–23



Melungeons: Notes on the Origin of a Race, by Bonnie Bell, 102:210–11

Melungeons: The Resurrection of a Proud People—An Untold Story of Ethnic Cleansing, by N. Brent Kennedy: critiqued, 102:214–15

Melville, Herman, 104:85

Melvin, Ellen, 97:184, 186

"Memoir Is As A Memoirist Does, A: A Kentucky Bandsman in World War II," by Frank F. Mathias, 92:288–304



Memoir of a Trustbuster: A Lifelong Adventure with Japan, by Eleanor M. Hadley: reviewed, 101:196–98

"Memoir of Charles Henry Daily," edited by Melba Porter Hay, 76:133–52



Memoirs, by Ulysses S. Grant, 70:263, 265, 269–70, 273

Memoirs of Earl Warren, The, by Earl Warren: reviewed, 76:257–59

"Memoirs of Mrs. E. B. Patterson: A Perspective on Danville during Civil War," edited by Christen Ashby Cheek, 92:347–99



Memories of Eighty Years, by George Huston: noted, 86:199

"Memories of Forrest C. Pogue, Oral History Pioneer and One of Kentucky's Greatest Historians," by Edward M. Coffman, 104:675–84



Memories of the Southern Civil Rights Movement, by Danny Lyon: noted, 91:367

"Memory, History, and the Meaning of the Civil War—A Review Essay," by Christopher Waldrep, 102:383–402



Memory of the Civil War in American Culture, The, edited by Alice Fahs and Joan Waugh: review essay about, 102:383–402

Memphis (Tenn.) Appeal, 73:24, 27

Memphis (Tenn.) Commercial Appeal, 94:260; on Alben Barkley, 78:248; on Fred M. Vinson, 75:307–8

Memphis, by Larry E. McPherson: noted, 100:270

Memphis, Clarksville & Louisville Railroad, 74:185, 190, 97:248

Memphis, Mo., 70:78

Memphis, Tenn., 69:5, 70:194–95, 197, 255–56, 266, 71:320, 350, 73:17, 19–20, 74:173, 300, 305, 75:80, 92:159, 161, 93:267, 95:10, 19, 25, 97:306, 98:284, 289, 99:341, 348–49, 372; black branch library in, 93:162, 174; during Civil War, 110:353, 375, 469, 471; Jefferson Davis Monument in, 107:208; members of 1850 López expedition from, 105:586; National Advisory Commission on Rural Poverty hearing in, 107:357, 362–64; synod in, 68:300; Twenty-second Kentucky Union Infantry Regiment in, 105:669–70; and the Vicksburg campaign, 103:634, 642

Memphis & Charleston Railroad, 74:185, 97:248

Memphis & Ohio Railroad, 97:248

Memphis and Charleston Railroad: during Civil War, 108:70

Memphis and Louisville Railroad Company, 95:19



Memphis Since Crump: Bossism, Blacks, and Civic Reformers, by David M. Tucker: noted, 81:114

Memphis State University (Memphis, Tenn.), 99:123, 104:680



Men and the Vision of the Southern Commercial Conventions, 1845–1871, by Vicki Vaughn Johnson: noted, 91:366–67

Menard, Pierre, 69:269

Menchaca, Martha: Recovering History, Constructing Race: The Indian, Black, and White Roots of Mexican Americans, reviewed, 100:69–71

Mencken, H. L., 90:236, 92:175, 194, 96:299; antiwar sentiments of, 102:395

Mendel, Julius, 69:148

Mendelsohn, Adam, 110:175–76

Mendl, Richard S.: Olaf H. Prufer, and Sara E. Pedde, eds., Archaic Traditions in Ohio and Kentucky Prehistory, reviewed, 100:349–50

Mendoza, Valerie M.: book review by, 100:69–71

Menefee, Richard, 74:35

Menendez, Albert J.: Civil War Novels: An Annotated Bibliography, noted, 86:98

Menessier, Francis, 77:18

Mengel, Jennie, 83:25, 32

Menifee County, Ky., 94:270

Men in German Uniform: POWs in America during World War II, by Antonio Thompson: reviewed, 108:439–40

Menna, Larry: book reviews by, 103:783–85, 104:382–84, 105:185–87, 108:255–57



Mennonites, Amish, and the American Civil War, by James O. Lehman and Steven M. Nolt: reviewed, 106:100–101

Men of Color to Arms! Black Soldiers, Indian Wars, and the Quest for Equality, by Elizabeth D. Leonard : reviewed, 109:108–10

Men of Little Faith: Selected Writings of Cecelia Kenyon, edited by Stanley Elkins, Eric McKitrick, and Leo Weinstein: reviewed, 101:509–10

Menrath, Christian, 95:152

Mentelle, Augustus Waldemarde, 81:125

Mentelle, Augustus Waldemare, 69:194–95

Mentelle, Charlotte Le Clere, 69:66, 194–95

Mentelle, Charlotte LeClere, 77:16, 20, 90:79

Mentelle, Rose Victoire, 77:20

Mentzer, Raymond A.: book review by, 107:585–86

Menzies, John W., 76:202–3, 205, 93:403, 416–17

Mercantini, Jonathan: Who Shall Rule at Home? The Evolution of South Carolina Political Culture, 1748–1776, reviewed, 105:289–90



Mercer (Ky.) Banner, 71:31

Mercer, Anna Elizabeth, 100:432

Mercer, Beryl, 98:426

Mercer, Hugh, 69:202–4

Mercer, William N., 100:431–32, 480

Mercer County, Ky., 69:233, 70:247, 289, 71:389, 72:315, 385, 427, 73:90, 224, 323, 361–62, 74:103, 99:208; Circuit Court, 70:116; free African Americans in, 109:300; highway markers committee, 69:90; McDowell family in, 100:346; during Mexican War, 106:22; "Moonlight Schools" in, 74:18; race riot in, 100:306–7; railroad project near, 109:19–20; selection of capital commissioners, 104:249; Shakers in, 109:22

Mercer University (Mercer, Ga.), 71:323

Mercer University Press (Mercer, Ga.), 102:214, 216



Merchant Congressman in the Young Republic: Samuel Smith of Maryland, 1752–1839, by Frank A. Cassell: reviewed, 71:325–28

Merchant of Illusion, The: America's Salesman of the Businessman's Utopia, by Nicholas Dagen Bloom: reviewed, 102:139–41

Merchants, Midwives, and Laboring Women: Italian Migrants in Urban America, by Diane C. Vecchio: reviewed, 104:342–43

Mercy Academy (Louisville, Ky.): Kentucky Girls' High School State Basketball Tournament, 109:459, 461

Meredith, H. L.: "Historical Studies in Kentucky," 69:87–89

Meredith, Hubert, 84:389–90, 394

Meredith, James, 103:251

Meredith, Samuel, 106:352



Meredith v. Jefferson County Board of Education (2007): Jefferson County School District student-assignment plan, 105:28–32

Merewether, Nicholas, 84:254, 259

Mergard's Bowling Lanes (Covington, Ky.): civil rights protests at, 109:381

Meriam, Ebenezer, 68:335–36

Meridian, Miss., 74:350; black branch library in, 93:161

Meriwether, David, 70:39, 75:7, 9, 95:10

Meriwether, Elizabeth: See Dorothy Dix

Meriwether, George W., 106:60

Meriwether, James H.: Proudly We Can Be Africans: Black Americans and Africa, 1935–1961, reviewed, 101:201–3

Meriwether, Jeff Thompson, 68:363

Meriwether, Marie Winston, 90:369

Meriwether, Nancy Minor, 90:371

Meriwether, William H., 84:356

Meriwether family, 90:370

Merk, Frederick, 80:141

Merkley, Florence: "The Cumberland Trace Through Taylor County, Kentucky," 70:219–24

Merman, Ethel, 96:276

Merrick, Charlie, 81:414–15, 419–20

Merrick, Lindsay, 82:241

Merrick, Roy, 81:414–16, 418–20, 422

Merridith, Daniel, 69:253

Merrifield, W. J., 81:247, 250–51

Merrill, Boynton Jr., 80:68; book review by, 77:131–33; ed., Old Henderson Homes and Buildings, reviewed, 84:422–23; Jefferson's Nephews: A Frontier Tragedy, reviewed, 75:236–38

Merrill, John, 90:67

Merrill, Julia, 72:422

Merrill, Mrs. John, 90:67–68, 83

Merrill, Oscar C., 81:31, 37–38

Merrill, W. E., 93:276

Merrill, William E., 95:379, 383–84

Merrill's Marauders, 100:137

Merriman, Scott A.: "An Intensive School of Disloyalty: The C. B. Schoberg Case under the Espionage and Sedition Acts in Kentucky during World War I," 98:179–204; book reviews by, 98:209–11, 99:322–24, 101:378–79

Merritt, Jane T.: At the Crossroads: Indians and Empires on a Mid-Atlantic Frontier, 1700–1763, reviewed, 101:126–28

Merritt, Wesley L., 83:325, 330–32, 346, 103:523

Merritt, W. H., 84:348–49

Merriwether, Frank, 90:170, 173–75

Merriwether, Ned, 75:80, 85, 87, 90

Merry, Robert W.: Country of Vast Designs, A: James K. Polk, the Mexican War, and the Conquest of the American Continent, reviewed, 109:234–36

Merryfield, England, 102:53; airport of, 102:67; illus., 102:50

Merry Mont (Todd County, Ky.), 90:371–72, 383

Mersham, Charles, 70:205

Mershones (Ky.), 68:130

Mescaleero Apache Indians: poverty of, 107:361

Meserve, Walter, 100:42

Meshack Creek (Green County, Ky.), 68:233

Meshew, Jesse, 110:522

Messer, Captain ——, 73:413

Messer, H. Collin: book review by, 103:818–19

Messia, Robert A.: book review by, 100:262–64

Messick, Hank, 98:363, 364; Razzle Dazzle, reviewed, 94:303–5

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

Messinger, John, 69:269–70

Messmer, John T., 84:369, 371–72, 378–79, 382

Metairie Cemetery (New Orleans, La.): Jefferson Davis burial at, 107:209

Metcalf, Fay D.: and Matthew T. Downey, Using Local History in the Classroom, reviewed, 81:203–4

Metcalf, Mark H., 102:8

Metcalf, Samuel L., 86:6



Metcalfe (Ky.) County Herald, 98:389, 395, 398

Metcalfe, Barnett, 88:398, 410

Metcalfe, Thomas, 70:335, 71:332, 72:314, 73:127, 75:1–2, 78:130, 82:220–21, 88:253, 255, 270, 95:370, 394; portrait, 101:18

Metcalfe County, Ky., 71:349; music and community in, 98:385–404

Metcalfe Motor Company (Edmonton, Ky.), 98:398

Methodism in Kentucky, by Roy Hunter Short: reviewed, 79:373–74

Methodism in Wayne County, Kentucky, 1802–1974, by Bess D. Stokes and Elizabeth F. Duncan: reviewed, 73:211–13

Methodist Board of Temperance, 92:189

Methodist Episcopal Church, 69:234

Methodist Episcopal Church, North, 110:535

Methodist Episcopal Church, South, 93:65; and abolitionism, 110:270; annual conference, Louisville, Ky., 74:117; formation of, 105:406; Francis Asbury and the trans-Appalachian Frontier, 82:334–57; and Millersburg Female College, 105:396; post-Civil War racial attitudes of, 99:53–68; Virginia Conference, 110:270

Methodist Episcopal Church South (Bowling Green, Ky.), 68:193–94



Methodist Episcopal Herald, 69:222

Methodist History of Adair County, Kentucky, 1782–1969, by Vista Royse Allison: reviewed, 71:458

Methodist Home of Kentucky, Versailles, Ky., 70:353

Methodists, 69:38, 66, 77–78, 264, 270, 287, 319, 325, 333, 70:51–53, 133, 346, 71:66; African American Methodists in Louisville, Ky., 109:311–14; and the Cane Ridge revival, 69:221–25, 227; at the Cane Ridge revival, 106:202; controversy over evolution, 74:117–18; division over slavery, 106:502; Fr. John Thayer's attitude to, 101:289–90; on Ky. frontier, 106:343; in Lexington, Ky., 106:193–94, 196, 198–99, 213–14, 216, 219, 221–25, 227, 229; in Metcalfe County, 98:399–400; and revivalism, 106:189, 204; in Richardsville, Ky., 92:71; in San Antonio, Texas, 105:641; and secession crisis in Ky., 110:269, 287–89; and slavery, 102:18–19

Methodists and the Crucible of Race, 1930–1975, by Peter C. Murray: reviewed, 102:264–66

Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 98:417

Metropolis, Ill., 69:265, 98:291, 110:517

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