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



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Metropolitan Opera House (New York, N.Y.), 110:45



Metropolitan Revolution, The: The Rise of Post-Urban America, by Jon C. Teaford : reviewed, 104:778–79

Metropolitan Sewer District (Louisville, Ky.): extension of sewer lines, 107:69

Metternich, Klemens Wenzel von, 107:552

Metz, Judith: book review by, 105:762–64

Metzger, Walter, 74:68

Metzner, Eric, 87:52

Mexan, Francis, 68:105

Mexican Congress (1830), 71:4

Mexican League (baseball), 82:368, 371, 373, 380, 382, 99:111, 113, 121

Mexican Lobby: Matias Romero in Washington: 1861–1867, edited by Thomas D. Schoonover: noted, 85:196

Mexicans: in Texas, Christmas preparations for, 105:642–45; in Texas, prejudice against, 105:645–47

Mexican Southern Railroad Company, 81:373

Mexican War, 68:141, 292, 69:11, 15, 343, 70:13, 16, 79, 71:443, 456, 72:55, 58, 86, 409–10, 73:85, 186, 298, 321, 377, 420, 74:194, 75:1, 5, 191, 318–19, 79:122, 93:257, 261, 281, 96:224, 229, 101:418, 102:510, 104:64–65, 105:603, 612, 614, 106:508, 107:148, 110:247, 364; American atrocities during, 106:20–21; government military policy during, 106:5–6; and guerrilla warfare, 103:533; and Henry Clay, 100:464, 107:571; Henry Clay Jr. killed in, 100:464, 494; Henry Clay Jr.'s war journal of, 106:5–42; and Jefferson Davis, 101:431, 107:176; and jingoism, 105:574; and John Hunt Morgan and Kentucky Cavalry Volunteers in, 81:343–65, 371–72; Ky. military units in, 95:237–83, 105:56, 578, 580, 583, 585–86, 588–89, 592–94, 596–97, 602, 106:10–11; participation of Kentuckians in, 90:323–44; veterans in 1850 López expedition, 105:586, 602; veterans in Ky. Regiment, 105:572, 575, 577–79, 582, 587–89, 592–93, 596; veterans in Mississippi Regiment, 105:604; veterans of, 107:151



Mexican War Journal and Letters of Ralph W. Kirkham, edited by Robert Ryal Miller: reviewed, 89:409–10

Mexican War Journal of Captain Franklin Smith, edited by Joseph E. Chance: reviewed, 91:94–96

Mexico, 69:8, 11, 15, 166, 70:225, 231, 71:1, 4, 70, 83, 89, 91–93, 95, 98, 102, 72:182, 296, 73:260, 275, 106:460; army of, 110:539; Confederate diplomatic relations, 68:171–75; conflict with Spain, 107:555–56, 559; Jesuit recruitment in, 108:228–29; and the Panama Congress, 107:557; and Pancho Villa, 110:459; and the revolution of Texas, 107:569; slavery in, 68:22; and the Texas annexation issue, 107:568–72; U.S. relations with, 107:567; U.S. trade convention with, 107:555

Mexico City, Mexico, 68:172, 71:2, 89–90, 443, 72:409, 75:1, 107:560, 569; Aztec Club founded in, 105:582; during Mexican War, 106:28; surrender of, 105:578

Mexico Under Fire: Being the Diary of Samuel Ryan Curtis, 3rd Ohio Volunteer Regiment, 1846–1847, edited by Joseph E. Chance: noted, 93:382–83

Meyer, David R.: Networked Machinists: High-Technology Industries in Antebellum America, reviewed, 105:488–89

Meyer, D. H.: The Instructed Conscience, The Shaping of the American National Ethic, reviewed, 71:318–20

Meyer, Douglas K.: and John A. Jakle, and Robert W. Bastian, Common Houses in America's Small Towns: The Atlantic Seaboard to the Mississippi Valley, reviewed, 88:365–66

Meyer, Eugene: Washington Post, 104:553; Washington Times-Herald, 104:551

Meyer, Jeff: book review by, 105:683–84; "Henry Clay's Legacy to Horse Breeding and Racing," 100:473–96

Meyer, John R.: interpretation of slavery, 103:732–33

Meyer, Michael: book review by, 105:536–38

Meyer, Stephen Grant: As Long as They Don't Move Next Door: Segregation and Racial Conflict in American Neighborhoods, reviewed, 100:400–401

Meyerowitz, Joanne: ed., Not June Cleaver: Women and Gender in Postwar America, 1945–1960, noted, 93:254–55

Meyers, Debra: book reviews by, 100:512–14, 101:330–32, 104:140–41

Meyers, Harry G., 72:347–48, 353

Meyers, Irene T., 83:26

Meyerson, Harvey: Nature's Army: When Soldiers Fought for Yosemite, reviewed, 100:91–93

Meyzeek, Albert E., 71:251, 78:43, 48, 93:162–63, 167; records of, 89:357–58

Miami, Fla., 72:71, 98:344, 364, 99:103

Miami Beach, Fla., 101:317

Miami Conservancy District (Ohio), 97:50, 51

Miami Exporting Company, 69:137

Miami Indians, 88:395, 90:20, 24, 91:253, 272, 92:161, 163–64, 167

Miami University of Ohio (Oxford, Ohio), 68:293, 306, 69:330, 70:143; and John G. Fee, 105:619

Miami Valley (Ohio), 104:15

Miaoulis, Andreas, 72:167

Michael Cassidy: Frontiersman, by Samuel M. Cassidy: reviewed, 79:65–66

Michaux, André, 92:76; 1793 visit to Ky., 71:364, 366–67, 369–70, 373–74, 376–77; Ky. tour of, 107:26–27

Michaux, Francois A., 69:68, 75:175–76, 87:102, 94:13, 27; and the Cane Ridge revival, 106:204; visit to Kentucky of, 75:187

Michel, Gregg L.: book reviews by, 106:142–44, 109:128–30

Michell, Raven, 72:266–68

Michell, Tobias, 72:267



Michener: A Writer's Journey, by Stephen J. May: reviewed, 103:838–40

Michigan, 72:375, 94:267, 273, 284, 286, 289, 110:514, 530; African American legislators in, 110:543; bookmobile projects in, 95:60; migration of free African Americans to, 109:317; oral history in, 104:628; during the War of 1812, 105:215

Michigan Southern and Northern Indiana Railroad: during Civil War, 108:95

Michigan State University (East Lansing, Mich.), 69:180, 97:33

Michigan Territory: during War of 1812, 104:8

Mickel, Eugene, 91:157, 168–73

Mickenberg, Julia L.: Learning from the Left: Children's Literature, the Cold War, and Radical Politics in the United States, reviewed, 104:363–64

Middleburg, Vt.: Vicksburg campaign victory celebration, 103:654

Middlebury, Vt., 69:45–46; college at, 69:71

Middle Creek, Ky.: battle of, Twenty-second Kentucky Union Infantry Regiment in, 105:659–60

Middle East: and oil imports, 107:323; oral history project in, 104:649; Thomas D. Clark commentary on, 103:242–43

Middle Fork (Kentucky River): flood-control projects on, 107:329

Middle Fork Presbyterian Church (Breathitt County), 91:168

Middlekauff, Robert: Benjamin Franklin and His Enemies, 105:250; Benjamin Franklin and His Enemies, reviewed, 95:188–89; The Glorious Cause: The American Revolution, 1763–1789, reviewed, 81:440–41

Middle Kentucky River Area Development Council (MKRADC): and the Turner family, 107:405–7, 409–17; and the War on Poverty, 107:403

Middlesboro (Ky.) Weekly Herald, 98:46

Middlesboro Distilling Company (Middlesboro, Ky.), 98:98

Middlesborough (Middlesboro), Ky., 68:96–98, 95:396, 97:195, 98:50, 100:195, 309; NAACP in, 109:361; proposal to relocate state capital to, 104:249

Middlesex County, Va., 70:29



Middle Tennessee, 1775–1825: Progress and Popular Democracy on the Southwestern Frontier, by Kristopher Ray: reviewed, 106:80–82

Middle Tennessee Society Transformed, 1860–1870: War and Peace in the Upper South, by Stephen V. Ash: reviewed, 86:388–89

Middleton, Anna, 69:232

Middleton, Drew: Crossroads of Modern Warfare, noted, 82:210

Middleton, Henry, 107:565

Middleton, Stephen: book review by, 87:458–59

Middleton, Walter, 68:103

Middleton family, 68:223

Middleton Offset (Mercer County, Ky.), 70:236

Middleton's Blockhouse, 68:103

Middletown, Ky., 69:51, 72:338

Middletown, Ohio, 94:266, 269, 270, 97:405, 407, 411, 416, 422, 425; Armco Blues, 97:427–30, 432–33, 435, 438–40

Middle West Utilities (Chicago, Ill.), 95:406

Midgette, Nancy Smith: book note by, 93:385–86

Midland Park (Louisville, Ky.): development of, 107:72



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

Midway, Ky., 69:117, 202, 211, 70:280, 72:124, 74:32; John Hunt Morgan in, 108:30–32; land office at, 102:540–41; telegraphic communication during Civil War, 108:29, 33–34

Midway College (Midway, Ky.), 90:80; during Civil War, 110:339–40

Midway Presbyterian Church (Midway, Ky.), 74:110

Mier, Mexico: during Mexican War, 106:20–22, 38

Miers, Earl Schenck: The Last Campaign: Grant Saves the Union, reviewed, 71:316–17

Miery Teran, Manuel de, 71:4

Mifflin, Warner, 102:25



Mighty Eighth in WWII: A Memoir, by J. Kemp McLaughlin: reviewed, 99:86–88

Migration and Transformation of the Southern Workplace since 1945, edited by Robert Cassanello and Colin J. Davis: reviewed, 108:164–65

Mihm, Stephen: A Nation of Counterfeiters: Capitalists, Con Men, and the Making of the United States, reviewed, 106:91–92



Mike Barry and the Kentucky Irish American: An Anthology, edited by Clyde F. Crews: reviewed, 94:69–70

Miken, George, 84:71

Mikulski, Barbara, 99:232

Milam (Milum), John, 83:6, 10

Milam, Archibald, 71:90

Milam, Benjamin Rush, 71:7; notes on the life of, 71:87–105

Milam, Collin, 71:92

Milam, Eliza, 71:91

Milam, Elizabeth Pattie Boyd, 71:87

Milam, Jefferson, 71:90–92

Milam, Moses, 71:87

Milam County, Texas, 71:104

Milam's Colony (Texas), 71:90

Milanich, Mark, 96:136

Milbourn, George B., 71:299

Milburn, Ky., 68:315–16

Milburn, William S.: and public accommodations in Louisville, Ky., 109:421–27

Milburn, William S., Louisville, Ky., 104:589

Mildren, Frank T., 90:163

Mild Reservationists and the League of Nations Controversy in the Senate, by Herbert F. Margulies: reviewed, 89:222–23

Miles, Benjamin, 74:104

Miles, Edwin A.: book review by, 75:249–50

Miles, Helen: illus., 105:638

Miles, Ida Embree: illus., 105:638

Miles, Julette, 69:334

Miles, Nelson A., 72:295, 94:377, 385, 104:59; conflict with Elihu Root, 104:71; and Preston Brown case, 104:70–71; relationship to Theodore Roosevelt, 104:70–71; U.S. conduct of Philippine War, 104:72

Miles, Nicholas, 68:254

Miles, Philip, 68:253

Miles, Richard, 69:266–67

Miles, Richard Pius, 68:263

Miles, Tiya: book review by, 102:99–100; Ties That Bind: The Story of an Afro-Cherokee Family in Slavery and Freedom, reviewed, 104:138–39

Miles, William, 78:116, 80:401

Mileum, Dr. —, 110:521

Mileur, Jerome: and Sidney Milkis, eds., The New Deal and the Triumph of Liberalism, reviewed, 100:247–48

Miley, Marion, 84:362

Milford, Lewis: and Richard Severo, The Wages of War: When America's Soldiers Came Home–From Valley Forge to Vietnam, noted, 89:434–35

Milikens Bend (Miss.): Vicksburg, Miss., Civil War campaign, 105:672

Militant Church Movement: support for the Bradens, 104:228

Militant Mediator: Whitney M. Young Jr. by Dennis C. Dickerson: reviewed, 97:202–3

Military Education and the Emerging Middle Class in the Old South, by Jennifer R. Green: reviewed, 107:100–102

Military History, by Walter Millis, 99:141

Military Necessity & Homosexuality, by Ronald D. Ray: noted, 91:369

Military Society (Lexington, Ky.), 76:267, 271–72, 276, 281

Military Training Camps Association: formation of, 71:120–21

Militia Act (1862), 72:364, 80:296, 106:583

Milkis, Sidney M.: and Jerome Mileur, eds., The New Deal and the Triumph of Liberalism, reviewed, 100:247–48; Theodore Roosevelt, the Progressive Party, and the Transformation of American Democracy, reviewed, 107:459–61

milk sickness, 74:88–89

Mill, John Stuart, 99:260

Millay, Edna St. Vincent, 75:273

Mill Creek (Ky.), 100:301; Lincoln family farm near, 106:356

Mill Creek (Livingston County, Ky.), 69:271

Mill Creek, Ky.: and the Appalachian Volunteers, 107:347–48, 352

Milledge, John, 70:38

Milledgeville, Ga.: state-capital relocation issue, 104:266

Milledon, Henry, 98:168



Millennial Praises: A Shaker Hymnal, edited by Christian Goodwille and Jane F. Crosthwaite: noted, 107:633

Miller, ——, 68:325, 328, 71:437

Miller, A. M., 93:430

Miller, Anderson, 71:93, 87:104

Miller, Andrew, 69:199, 201, 203

Miller, Archibald, 77:249

Miller, Archibald Jr., 68:340

Miller, Arnold, 75:150

Miller, Ben J., 89:150

Miller, Brian Craig: Kentucky Historical Society scholarly research fellow, 107:297

Miller, Caroline R.: and James Russell Harris: "Dachau Album: Perpsectives from War Crimes Prosecutor William O. Miller and Court Reporter Leona Mumedy Miller, 1946–47," 95:135–80

Miller, Cattie Lou, 99:279; 1947 Democratic gubernatorial primary, 104:518; 1963 Democratic gubernatorial primary, 104:584; Breathitt administration, 104:594–95; Edward F. Prichard's evaluation of, 104:598

Miller, Char: book review by, 100:91–93

Miller, Cora, 89:141

Miller, Cristanne: and Faith Barrett, eds., "Words for the Hour": A New Anthology of American Civil War Poetry, reviewed, 105:131–33

Miller, Danny L.: book notes by, 95:216–17, 96:114; and Sharon Hatfield, and Gurney Norman, eds., American Vein, An: Critical Readings in Appalachian Literature, noted, 104:812

Miller, Debra, 99:257

Miller, Diane: Rape and Race in the Nineteenth-Century South, reviewed, 103:561–63

Miller, Don: The Carr Creek Legacy, noted, 94:214

Miller, Douglas: and Marion Nowak, The Fifties: The Way We Really Were, reviewed, 76:172–73

Miller, Edward A. Jr.: Gullah Statesman: Robert Smalls from Slavery to Congress, 1839–1915, reviewed, 93:359–61

Miller, Eleanor E.: See Bingham, Eleanor E.

Miller, Elinor: and Eugene D. Genovese, eds., Plantation, Town, and Country: Essays on the Local History of American Slave Society, 73:206–8

Miller, Everett, 95:169

Miller, Fannie, 98:2

Miller, George, 105:243

Miller, G. William, 99:41

Miller, Hacey, 70:154–56

Miller, Hannah, 69:201

Miller, Henry, 92:7

Miller, James, 92:10

Miller, James D.: book review by, 109:223–25

Miller, James M., 92:253, 265

Miller, Jay: and Colin G. Calloway, and Richard A. Sattler, comps., Writings in Indian History, 1985-1990, noted, 94:222–23

Miller, J. C., 97:424, 436

Miller, J. G., 72:352

Miller, Jim Wayne: and Ambrose N. Manning, and Robert T. Higgs, eds., Appalachia Inside Out: A Sequel to Voices from the Hills, reviewed, 93:466–67; book reviews by, 81:204–6, 432–34, 83:267–69, 88:236–37; Reading, Writing, Region; A Checklist, Purchase Guide and Directory for School and Community Libraries in Appalachia, noted, 84:237–38

Miller, J. Irwin, 99:41

Miller, J. J., 96:256

Miller, John B., 88:398, 410

Miller, John C.: This New Man, The American: The Beginnings of the American People, reviewed, 73:82, 83

Miller, John (Iowa Territory): death of, 105:244

Miller, John (Louisville, Ky.): and residential segregation in Louisville, Ky., 78:46–47

Miller, John (War of 1812): Fort Meigs, sortie from, 104:28

Miller, John (Washington County, Pa.), 92:131

Miller, Jonathan Peckman, 72:149, 167–68

Miller, Joseph, 85:38

Miller, Joseph R., 99:226

Miller, Karl Hagstrom: book review by, 102:255–56; Segregating Sound: Inventing Folk and Pop Music in the Age of Jim Crow, reviewed, 107:612–14

Miller, Kristie: Ruth Hanna McCormick: A Life in Politics, 1880–1944, reviewed, 91:232–33

Miller, Lee, 105:473

Miller, Leland S., 84:304

Miller, Leona Mumedy: World War II war crimes prosecution, 95:135–80

Miller, Marla R.: book review by, 109:87–89

Miller, Mary, 69:201

Miller, Mary Ellen: book reviews by, 82:306–8, 86:391–92

Miller, Mrs.—: illus., 107:358

Miller, Mrs. E. F., 87:29

Miller, Nathan: F. D. R.: An Intimate History, reviewed, 81:456–58; The Roosevelt Chronicles, reviewed, 79:93–95

Miller, Neville, 84:400, 104:454; and 1937 flood in Louisville, 105:422

Miller, Norman C. Jr., 69:94

Miller, Pam, 99:259, 277

Miller, Penny M., 97:84; Kentucky Politics and Government: Do We Stand United?, reviewed, 92:316–18; and Malcolm E. Jewell, Political Parties and Primaries in Kentucky, reviewed, 89:301–2; and Malcolm E. Jewell, The Kentucky Legislature: Two Decades of Change, reviewed, 87:439–40; The Public Papers of Governor Brereton C. Jones, reviewed, 99:402–3; "The Slow and Unsure Progress of Women in Kentucky Politics," 99:249–84

Miller, Perry, 75:333

Miller, Randall M.: book reviews by, 79:185–87, 90:400–402, 92:215–17; and George E. Pozzetta, eds., Shades of the Sunbelt: Essays on Ethnicity, Race, and the Urban South, reviewed, 87:84–85; and John David Smith, eds., Dictionary of Afro-American Slavery, reviewed, 88:85–86; and John R. McKivigan, eds., Moment of Decision: Biographical Essays on American Character and Regional Identity, reviewed, 93:219–20; and Jon L. Wakelyn, eds., Catholics in the Old South: Essays on Church and Culture, reviewed, 82:186–88; and Linda Patterson Miller, eds., The Book of American Diaries, noted, 94:112–13; and Paul A. Cimbala, eds., The Great Task Remaining Before Us: Reconstruction as America's Continuing Civil War, reviewed, 110:559

Miller, Rex: book review by, 79:289–90; "John Thomas Croxton: Scholar, Lawyer, Soldier, Military Governor, Newspaperman, Diplomat and Governor," 74:281–99

Miller, Richard F.: Harvard's Civil War: A History of the Twentieth Massachusetts, reviewed, 105:129–31

Miller, Robert, 84:264, 95:12

Miller, Robert Ryal: The Mexican War Journal of Ralph W. Kirkham, reviewed, 89:409–10

Miller, Samuel, 72:217, 323–25, 332, 77:292

Miller, Samuel F., 70:121, 134–35, 83:125

Miller, Shackelford, Louisville, Ky., 104:454

Miller, Silas, 82:146

Miller, Stephen: Excellence & Equity: The National Endowment for the Humanities, reviewed, 83:70–71

Miller, Steven F.: and Steven Hahn and Susan E. O'Donovan, eds., Freedom: A Documentary History of Emancipation, 1861-1867, series 3, vol. 1, Land and Labor, reviewed, 107:124–25

Miller, Susan: marriage of, 101:478

Miller, Thomas, 86:351

Miller, Tipton A., 98:246, 248–49

Miller, T. Rothrock: A Ship Without A Name, noted, 91:368

Miller, Viola, 102:79

Miller, Wallis: book review by, 100:240–42

Miller, Wilbur R.: Revenuers and Moonshiners: Enforcing Federal Liquor Law in the Mountain South, 1865–1900, reviewed, 90:305–6

Miller, William Lee: President Lincoln: The Duty of a Statesman, 106:437–38

Miller, William O.: World War II war crimes prosecution, 95:135–80

Miller, William S. Jr.: quoted, 68:322

Miller, William Sr., 92:9

Miller, Zane L., 71:322; book review by, 70:244–45; Visions of Place: The City, Neighborhoods, Suburbs, and Cincinnati's Clifton, 1850–2000, reviewed, 99:176–77

Miller-Bernal, Leslie: and Susan L. Poulson, eds., Going Coed: Women's Experiences in Formerly Men's Colleges and Universities, 1950–2000, reviewed, 102:445–46

Millersburg, Ky., 73:140, 94:11, 15, 19, 63, 99:371, 105:383–84; economy of, 108:354; newspaper of, 108:364; and racial politics, 108:372

Millersburg Female Academy (Millersburg, Ky.), 73:140

Millersburg Female College (Millersburg, Ky.), 105:402, 402–3, 406; and the Green v. Gould case, 105:383; history of, 105:394–97; illus., 105:393; racial attitudes of, 105:386–87

Millersburg Male College (Millersburg, Ky.), 105:395

Miller Viola, 99:279

Millet, Jean Francois: illus., 102:531

Millett, Joseph H., 77:2

Millican, Edward: One United People: The Federalist Papers and the National Idea, reviewed, 89:205–6

Milligan, John D., ed.: From the Fresh Water Navy: 1861–64, reviewed, 69:394–95

Milligan, Lambdin P.: case of, 110:430–32

Millikan, Eugene, 72:191

Milliken's Bend (La.), 69:388

Milliken's Bend, La.: African Americans at battle of, 110:423

Milliken v. Bradley (1974): Detroit, Mich., school desegregation case, 105:16–17; implications for Louisville-Jefferson County school desegregation, 105:17–19

Millikin's Bend (La.): and the Vicksburg campaign, 103:634, 636, 649

Millis, Ed, 90:106–7

Millis, Walter, 99:141, 143

Mills, Benjamin Jr., 73:235, 236

Mills, Benjamin Sr., 73:235

Mills, Don R., 99:32, 104:596; Edward F. Prichard's evaluation of, 104:598

Mills, Frances Jones, 99:216, 265, 268

Mills, Gloria: book note by, 82:112–13

Mills, John, 92:134

Mills, Kay: This Little Light of Mine: The Life of Fannie Lou Hamer, reviewed, 91:451–53

Mills, Madison, 95:269

Mills, Mary Jane, 89:141

Mills, Quincy T.: book review by, 105:521–22

Mills, Thornton A., 73:233, 234

Mills Pioneer Cemetery (Salem, Ky.), 69:259

Mill Springs, Ky., 70:253, 73:30, 94:142; battle of, 72:379, 96:222–23, 226–27, 230–33, 235, 236–38, 240–41, 243–44, 246, 105:667, 110:454–57; illus., 102:396

Mill Street (Lexington, Ky.), 107:140; church on, 106:220, 225, 227

Millwood, Va., 69:388

Milnes, Richard Monckton: and John Keats's manuscripts, 106:66

Milton, George Fort, 92:193; visit to Book Thieves, 103:56–57

Milton, John, 107:169

Milton, Ky., 68:129

Milton, Tenn.: battle of, 75:129

"Milton H. Smith Talks About the Goebel Affair," edited by Edison H. Thomas, 78:322–42

Milton S. Eisenhower Library (Johns Hopkins University): and Project MUSE, 108:2

Milward, Burton: book note by, 80:480–81; book reviews by, 68:84–85, 71:194–95, 221, 308–9, 72:299, 73:322–24, 74:128, 129, 232, 233, 75:55–57, 146–47, 241–42, 76:233–34, 314, 77:56–57, 133–34, 218–19; A History of the Lexington Cemetery, reviewed, 89:85–86; on J. Winston Coleman Jr., 103:708; Thomas D. Clark note to, illus., 103:122

Milward, Henry K., 90:277

Milward, Mrs. ——, 76:270

Milwaukee (Wis.) Catholic Citizen: on prohibition, 92:189

Milwaukee (Wis.) Catholic Herald: on prohibition, 92:186

Milwaukee (Wis.) Journal, 79:350; on Fred M. Vinson, 75:307

Milwaukee Normal School (Milwaukee, Wis.), 110:46

Milwaukee State Teachers College (Milwaukee, Wis.): and Norman A. Graebner, 107:551

Minch, Linda, 109:353

Minchin, Timothy L., and John A. Salmond: After the Dream: Black and White Southerners since 1965, reviewed, 109:504–6

Mind and the American Civil War: A Meditation on Lost Causes, by Lewis P. Simpson: reviewed, 88:349–50

Minder, Jane A: ed., Guide to Kentucky Archival and Manuscript Collections, vol. 2, reviewed, 91:423–25



Mind of the Master, The: Class, History and Faith in the Southern Slaveholders' Worldview, by Elizabeth Fox-Genovese and Eugene D. Genovese: reviewed, 104:712–14

Mind of the South, The, by Wilbur Cash, 69:95

Mind of the South, The, by W. J. Cash, 110:576

Mind of the South: Fifty Years Later, edited by Charles W. Eagles: noted, 91:462–63

Minear, Richard H.: book reviews by, 86:94–95, 87:467



Mine Eyes Have Seen the Glory: The Civil War in Art, by Harold Holzer and Mark E. Neely, Jr.: reviewed, 92:326–27

Miner, Craig: Most Magnificent Machine, A: America Adopts the Railroad, 1825-1862, reviewed, 109:230–32

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