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



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Miners, Millhands, and Mountaineers: Industrialization of the Appalachian South, 1880–1930, by Ronald D. Eller: reviewed, 81:311–13

Miners and Mine Laborers Union, 86:223

Minerva, Ky., 72:340

Mingledorff, Ozier George, 104:408

Mingo (Seneca-Iroquois Chief), 90:24

Mingo County, W.Va., 69:287, 73:150

Mingo Indians, 90:19, 24, 91:250–51, 307; frontier conflicts of, 106:347; and Lord Dunmore's War, 106:344

Minh, Ho Chi, 95:300, 102:318; communist background of, 102:317; early career, 102:316

Minimum Foundation Act (1954), 84:414

Minimum Foundation Program (MFP): creation of, 109:30–31; and public school reform, 109:58



Ministers of Reform: The Progressives' Achievement in American Civilization, 1889–1920, by Robert M. Crunden: reviewed, 84:95–97

Minister to the Cherokees: A Civil War Autobiography, by James Anderson Slover: reviewed, 100:85–86

Minnesota, 69:95; girls' basketball in, 109:165; legislature of, 70:88

Minor, John, 68:1

Minor, Raleigh C., 96:260

Minor family, 90:370

Minter, Melissa, 94:43



Mint Julep, The, by Richard Barksdale: noted, 103:847–48

Minton, John Dean: The New Deal in Tennessee, 1932–1938, reviewed, 79:196–98

Minton, Sherman, 69:391

Mintz, Steven: book review by, 104:176–77

Miquelon: island of, 71:130

Mirabeau, Comte de Honore, 69:220, 360



Miracle at Philadelphia: The Story of the Constitutional Convention, May to September 1787, by Catherine Drinker Bowen, 85:99–100

Miró, Esteban, 78:113, 84:10, 11



Mirror (Corydon High School): coverage of girls' basketball, 109:176–79

Miscamble, Wilson D.: From Roosevelt to Truman: Potsdam, Hiroshima, and the Cold War, reviewed, 105:158–61

Mishawaka, Ind., 94:269, 277, 279–80, 287, 291

"Missed Opportunity? A Participant's Reflections on the June 1997 Hanoi Conference on the Vietnamese-American War," by George C. Herring, 95:285–303



Missionary for Freedom: The Life and Times of Walter Judd, by Lee Edwards: reviewed, 89:327–29

Missionary Ridge, Tenn.: battle of, 74:288, 75:131, 93:274–75, 279, 94:160, 101:438

Mississippi, 69:6, 98, 245, 256, 265, 339, 360, 70:170, 176, 178, 195, 197, 211, 71:65, 129, 210, 323, 347, 72:94, 126, 265, 301, 95:5, 98:241, 244, 99:250, 368, 101:420, 107:145, 177, 208; bookmobile projects in, 95:60; civil rights protests in, 109:352, 358, 408; during Civil War, 101:449, 110:333, 359–60; constitutional convention of 1868, 110:537; Denton Offutt in, 108:189; fleet of, 69:17; foxhunting in, 69:389; and General Orders, No. 11, 110:179–84; and Jefferson Davis, 107:144–45; Joseph Holt in, 106:382; legislature of, 73:39, 45; lynchings in, 106:368; "Moonlight Schools" in, 74:25; oral history and the law, 104:653; peonage in, 70:328; plantations of, 105:51; and public school reform, 109:49; Richard Holt in, 106:381; Robert S. Holt in, 106:392, 405; rural poverty in, 107:363, 386; and secession, 101:414–15, 417–18, 107:154; settlement of, 106:338; slavery, 110:316; slavery in, 101:397; state arsenal, 105:586; state ranking in education, 105:41; students from at Saint Joseph's College, 108:242–43; synod of, 68:307; Thomas D. Clark commentary on, 103:251–70; triracial isolate group in, 102:212; troops of during Mexican War, 106:24, 29; whipping in, 100:16

Mississippi, by Theodor Geus: reviewed, 88:457–58

Mississippian, 74:210

Mississippian people, 90:7–8

Mississippian plateau, 90:7

Mississippi Baptist, The, 74:211

Mississippi Civil Rights collection, 104:653–54

Mississippi Delta: poverty in, 107:386; and the War on Poverty, 107:303–4, 375

Mississippi Enterprise Guards, 70:163–64

Mississippi Flotilla, 69:395

Mississippi Regiment: 1850 López expedition, 105:586, 602, 606–7; number of, 105:604; weapons of, 105:605

Mississippi Rifles: during Mexican War, 106:29

Mississippi River, 68:311–13, 315–16, 69:111, 151, 202, 225, 239, 242, 245, 247, 249, 252–55, 257–59, 261, 263, 271–72, 339, 394–95, 70:42, 87, 155, 194, 254–55, 257–59, 261, 271, 274, 277, 290, 295, 312–14, 316, 331, 71:3, 52, 74, 83, 87, 127–28, 130–35, 138, 204, 453, 72:54, 60, 73, 159, 169, 246, 339, 398–401, 73:9, 17, 20, 22, 65, 126, 320, 347, 74:62, 66, 300, 302, 347, 75:173, 77:25, 108–10, 78:108–9, 347, 91:15, 92:8, 94:62–63, 95:3, 251, 370, 97:51, 72, 78, 80, 82, 99:341, 342, 103:665, 105:45, 230, 233, 585, 106:45, 335, 366, 457, 108:178, 181, 222, 109:320, 110:503; during Civil War, 110:259, 421, 450, 452, 459, 505; closure at Cairo, Ill., 103:630; defense of, 101:447; and Fort Jefferson, Ky., 81:1–24; illus., 106:357; and the Jackson Purchase, 110:504; navigation of, 71:364–92, 73:340, 341, 344, 110:311; negotiations with Spain regarding, 74:261, 263–67, 269, 270, 272, 275, 277, 280; and the New Madrid earthquake, 71:51–68; Spanish control of, 107:26; Thomas D. Clark memories of`, 103:23–46; transfer train ferry across, 74:129; and the Vicksburg campaign, 103:653–54, 105:672; and western commerce, 100:335, 338, 348

Mississippi River Commission: Thomas D. Clark's job with, 103:16

Mississippi River Valley Historical Review: Lincoln articles in, 106:297

Mississippi Squadron (Union), 69:394

Mississippi State University (Starkville, Miss.), 72:171, 107:143, 203, 237–38; George A. Ellsworth memoir at, 108:15–16; reviewed, 108:270–72

Mississippi Territory, 71:79, 401



Mississippi: The Closed Society: by James W. Silver, 103:251; Thomas D. Clark review of, 103:265–70

Mississippi Valley, 71:51, 54, 67–68, 70–71, 74, 73:16, 122, 110:293; first effective quarantine in, 74:300; yellow fever epidemic in, 74:303

Mississippi Valley Historical Association, 103:208

Mississippi Valley's Great Yellow Fever Epidemic of 1878, by Khaled J. Bloom: reviewed, 92:327–29

Missouri, 69:176, 303, 369, 373–74, 70:78–81, 165, 254, 257–60, 262–63, 71:51, 67, 154, 72:91, 362, 409, 415, 95:219, 224, 226, 228–32, 245, 99:250, 360, 100:53, 347, 499, 503, 105:636, 108:179, 238, 110:567; African American legislators in, 110:552; and the "border ruffians," 110:309; civil rights in, 109:389, 110:546; during Civil War, 108:104, 110:232–33, 259–60, 325, 327–28, 330–31, 342, 346–47, 348, 354, 459; compensated emancipation, 106:525; Daniel Boone in, 102:485, 489–92, 496, 503–7, 516, 532–33; Ellsworth family in, 108:93; and the Emancipation Proclamation, 105:55; expulsion of Mormons from, 105:229–30, 236, 238–39, 242; frontier of, 102:489; George A. Ellsworth in, 108:12; guerrilla warfare in, 103:533; immigrants, 69:151; importance as a border state, 106:437–39; and Jesuits, 108:218, 241, 244–45; John C. Frémont in, 106:371, 396, 437–38; judicial circuit of, 110:338; Ky. Regiment veterans in, 105:614; legislature of, 70:80; lynchings in, 106:368; and secession, 101:413; Sedalia Air Field, 102:46; settlement of, 102:492, 106:338, 361; slave population of, 106:434; slavery in, 110:489; soldiers from during Civil War, 107:546; synod of, 68:295–96, 300

Missouri Compromise (1820), 73:41, 45–46, 241–50, 252–53, 256, 258, 262, 85:204, 94:354–55, 101:409–11, 106:415, 508, 514, 568, 110:245, 282; and Henry Clay, 106:548, 554; line of, 75:295; repeal of, 107:149

Missouri Compromise and Its Aftermath, The: Slavery & the Meaning of America, by Robert Pierce Forbes: reviewed, 105:707–10

Missouri Democrat: reaction to Grant's Vicksburg campaign, 103:647–48, 656

Missouri ex rel. Gaines v. Canada (1939), 99:10, 103:407

Missouri Fur Company, 72:415

Missouri Medical College (St. Louis, Mo.), 68:367–68

Missouri Medical Society (St. Louis, Mo.), 68:366

Missouri Mounted Rangers, 95:229

Missouri River, 71:127, 72:339, 105:244; appearance of, 106:17

Missouri State Medical Association (St. Louis, Mo.), 68:352

Missouri State Normal School (Springfield, Mo.), 110:45

Misulia, Charles A.: Columbus, Georgia, 1865: The Last True Battle of Civil War, noted, 107:635

Mitch, William, 73:160, 162–64

Mitcham, Clarence E., 72:269

Mitchel, Mrs. Robert Byington, 73:403, 405, 408–10

Mitchel, Robert Byington, 73:297–98, 304, 398, 403–4, 406, 408–10

Mitchell, ——, 85:332

Mitchell, Alexander, 91:2, 3

Mitchell, Augustus, 91:398

Mitchell, Belle, 105:628

Mitchell, Benjamin R., 68:333

Mitchell, Billy, 71:140, 143

Mitchell, Charles L., 110:534

Mitchell, C. L., 87:157

Mitchell, Dalia Tsuk: book review by, 105:538–40

Mitchell, David, 81:120, 129

Mitchell, D. G.: and whipping issue, 100:9, 12, 19

Mitchell, Dr. ——, 68:182

Mitchell, Emanuel, 87:5

Mitchell, Fielding, 87:11

Mitchell, Garrett: arrest of, 103:675

Mitchell, George Sinclair, 70:144

Mitchell, Isaac, 75:86, 88

Mitchell, James B., 71:297

Mitchell, Jess, 71:300

Mitchell, John, 73:63, 65

Mitchell, John D., 71:298, 303

Mitchell, Judge ——: Trigg County, 82:252

Mitchell, Mack, 85:339

Mitchell, Margaret, 92:291; and Confederate romanticism, 102:394; and Gone with the Wind, 107:223, 230

Mitchell, Mark D.: and Laura L. Scheiber, Across a Great Divide: Continuity and Change in Native North American Societies, 1400-1900, reviewed, 108:257–59

Mitchell, Mary H.: Hollywood Cemetery; The History of a Southern Shrine, noted, 85:100

Mitchell, Ormsby MacKnight, 69:349, 70:303–4

Mitchell, Paul, 93:453

Mitchell, Peter, 83:46

Mitchell, Reid, 89:366, 94:169, 103:535–36, 107:522–23; Civil War Soldiers: Expectations and Experiences, noted, 88:371–72

Mitchell, Robert, 98:247

Mitchell, Robert D.: ed., Appalachian Frontiers: Settlement, Society, and Development in the Preindustrial Era, reviewed, 90:191–92

Mitchell, Robert T., 71:302

Mitchell, Vilas, 81:415–16, 418–20, 422

Mitchell, William, 81:122

Mitchell, William D., 87:8

Mitchell, William J., 68:333

Mitchell family, 68:222

Mitchell Memorial Library, Mississippi State University: George A. Ellsworth memoir in, 108:15–16

Mitchell's Hill (Warren County, Ky.): during the Civil War, 70:173–74, 210

Mitchison, Lucretia, 80:400

Mitchison, Polly, 80:400

Mitchison, William, 80:400

Mitchum, Robert, 96:128

Mitgang, Herbert: ed., Abraham Lincoln: A Press Portrait, noted, 88:490

Mittelstadt, Jennifer: From Welfare to Workfare: The Unintended Consequences of Liberal Reform, 1945–1965, reviewed, 103:598–600

Mittlebeeler, Emmet V., 68:81–82; book reviews by, 71:218–19, 72:192–94

Mix, William M. Jr.: book review by, 102:365; defends Briar Creek slaves, 102:367–69; trial of Louisville rioters, 102:374

Mixon, Wayne: Southern Writers and the New South Movement, 1865–1913, reviewed, 80:238–40

Mizell, Captain ——: 1850 López expedition, 105:607–8

Mjagkij, Nina: book review by, 105:325–27; Light in the Darkness: African Americans and the YMCA, 1852–1946, reviewed, 92:331–32

Moats, Sandra: Celebrating the Republic: Presidential Ceremony and Popular Sovereignty from Washington to Monroe, reviewed, 107:589–91

Moberly, Harry: and public school reform, 109:51

Moberly, Harry Jr., 99:222

Mobile (Ala.) Register, 108:70

Mobile, Ala., 68:333, 69:387, 70:144, 71:128, 130, 74:289, 108:70; George A. Ellsworth in, 108:19; John Hunt Morgan in, 108:37

Mobile & Ohio Railroad, 68:313, 73:17, 97:252, 110:503

Mobile and Great Northern Railroad, 97:253

Mobley, William, 106:576

Mockingbird Valley (Louisville, Ky.): design of, 107:60

Moddrel's Station, Ky., 68:109

Moderates' Dilemma: Massive Resistance to School Desegregation in Virginia, edited by Matthew D. Lassiter and Andrew B. Lewis: reviewed, 97:477–79

Modern American Presidency, The, by Lewis L. Gould: reviewed, 101:375–76

Modern Art of Taming Wild Horses (1851), by John S. Rarey, 108:193–94

Modernist Impulse in American Protestantism, The, by William R. Hutchison: reviewed, 76:173–75

Modernizing a Slave Economy: The Economic Vision of the Confederate Nation, by John Majewski: reviewed, 107:276–77

Modernizing the Mountaineer: People, Power, and Planning in Appalachia, by David E. Whisnant: reviewed, 80:91–92

Modern Republicanism: Arthur Larson and the Eisenhower Years, by David L. Stebenne: review essay, 105:461–74

Modern Republicianism: review essay, 105:461–74



Modern Researcher, The, by Jacques Barzun, 101:480, 488

Modern Rhetoric, by Robert Penn Warren, 104:87

Modesty (horse), 100:495

Modglin family, 69:257

Modjeska, Helena, 78:36

Moeser, John, 99:372

Moffat, Charles H., 73:206

Moffat, Frazier, 96:68

Moffatt, Frederick C.: Errant Bronzes: George Grey Barnard's Statues of Abraham Lincoln, reviewed, 97:207–8

Moffatt, Howe: testimony to the National Advisory Commission on Rural Poverty, 107:360–61

Moffett, Sarah McDowell, 100:337

Moffett, William A., 88:60

Moffitt, Peggy, 90:71

Moffitt, Sherman, 93:463

Mohammedia, Morocco: during World War II, 110:71

Mohawk-Hudson Valley, 74:347

Mohawk Indians, 69:242

Mohr, Clarence L., ed.: New Encyclopedia of Southern Culture, The, vol. 17: Education, noted, 109:278

Mohr, James C.: book review by, 100:412–13

Molino del Rey, Mexican War battle of: and Theodore O'Hara, 105:576

Moll, —: map of, 69:245

Mollette, Burns, 98:151

Molloy, Coleman C., 88:190, 192, 196–98

"Molly Darling" (song), 93:287

Moloney, Dick, 104:519, 578; Breathitt administration, 104:594; political campaigns of, 104:510–12, 518, 560–61, 563–64; relationship with Edward F. Prichard, 104:509

Moloney, Richard Patrick Sr., 99:27

Molony, Joseph P., 99:41



Moment of Decision: Biographical Essays on American Character and Regional Identity, edited by Randall M. Miller and John R. McKivigan: reviewed, 93:219–20

Monaco, Stephen, 105:438–39

Monaghan, E. Jennifer: Learning to Read and Write in Colonial America, reviewed, 104:304–5

Monahan, A. C.: dedication of Knapp Hall, Berea College, 110:46

Monahan, Evelyn M.: and Rosemary Neidel-Greenlee, Few Good Women, A: America's Military Women from World War I to the Wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, reviewed, 108:301–3

Monclova, Mexico, 71:95–96

Mondale, Walter, 99:214, 231, 232

Monetora, Mexico: during Mexican War, 106:32



Money Game in Old New York: Daniel Drew and His Times, by Clifford Browder: noted, 84:341

Mongiardo, Daniel, 106:4



Mongrel Nation: The America Begotten by Thomas Jefferson and Sally Hemings, by Clarence E. Walker: noted, 107:634–35

Mongrel Virginians, by Arthur H. Estabrook and Ivan E. McDougal: effect on Melungeons, 102:220

Monhollon, Rusty L.: book reviews by, 96:111–13, 213–15

Monkkonen, Eric, 104:124–25

Monnet, Jean, 104:502

Monongah, W. Va., 75:147

Monongahela River, 69:219, 95:385

Monroe, Andrew: reaction to Louisville lynching, 102:374

Monroe, Ben, 79:25

Monroe, Bill, 80:170, 98:402, 403

Monroe, Chapman C., 98:244–46

Monroe, Dan: book reviews by, 101:321–22, 105:298–300; Republican Vision of John Tyler, The, reviewed, 101:515–16

Monroe, Elizabeth Brand: book review by, 105:112–13

Monroe, George: Chickasaw Bayou, Miss., battle of, 105:660; Twenty-second Kentucky Union Infantry Regiment, 105:658, 660

Monroe, George W., 88:154–55, 157–58

Monroe, Haskill M. Jr.: and James T. McIntosh, ed., The Papers of Jefferson Davis, vol. 1, 1808-40, reviewed, 70:239–41

Monroe, James, 70:22, 111, 123, 315–17, 71:3, 197, 445, 72:81, 144, 152, 154–55, 408, 73:367, 391, 74:54, 75:120, 195, 76:46, 113, 78:105, 81:370, 85:7, 88:142, 92:172, 95:357, 100:55, 343, 107:553; concludes La. Purchase, 100:335, 348; conflict with Henry Clay, 100:428, 445; criticism of, 100:335, 338–39, 341, 344; Kentucky and the Confederation Congress, 74:261–80; and the Missouri Compromise, 73:244–46, 253–56; and negotiations with France, 100:335; and Republican Party, 74:280; retirement of, 106:506; during the War of 1812, 105:212

Monroe, Paul, 93:324

Monroe County, Ill., 69:243, 257, 261, 270

Monroe County, Ky., 94:267; John Hunt Morgan in, 108:22, 65–66

Monroe County, Miss., 69:272

Monroe County, N.Y., 69:26

Monroe Doctrine (1823), 69:34, 72:144–45, 152–53, 95:43, 107:555, 559–60, 567; Henry Clay and, 100:450

Monsanto: acroosteolysis investigation, 102:162–63

Monsour Builders (Louisville, Ky.): residential construction by, 107:77



Montage of a Dream: The Art and Life of Langston Hughes, edited by John Edgar Tidwell and Cheryl R. Ragar: reviewed, 105:343–44

Montana, 70:86

Montcalm, Louis Joseph de, 72:60

Montcalm and Wolfe, by Francis Parkman, 72:293

Monte Cassino (Italy): illus., 101:316

Montell, William Lynwood, 90:46, 104:666; and Barbara Allen, From Memory to History: Using Oral Sources in Local Historical Research, reviewed, 80:452–53; Don't Go Up Kettle Creek: Verbal Legacy of the Upper Cumberland, reviewed, 82:79–80; ed.: Grassroots Music in the Upper Cumberland, noted, 104:810; Ghosts Across Kentucky, noted, 99:90–91; Ghosts along the Cumberland: Deathlore in the Kentucky Foothills, reviewed, 74:131–34; Killings: Folk Justice in the Upper South, reviewed, 85:165–67; and Michael Lynn Morse, Kentucky Folk Architecture, noted, 94:347; and Michael Lynn Morse, Kentucky Folk Architecture, reviewed, 75:323–24; noted, 104:810; Singing the Glory Down: Amateur Gospel Music in South Central Kentucky, 1900–1990, reviewed, 90:386–87; Tales from Kentucky Doctors, noted, 107:629–30; Tales from Kentucky Funeral Homes, noted, 107:631; Tales from Kentucky Lawyers, listed, 102:151–52; Tales from Kentucky One-Room School Teachers, noted, 108:444; Tales From Kentucky Sheriffs, noted, 110:228; Tales of Kentucky Ghosts, noted, 108:169; Upper Cumberland Country, reviewed, 93:90–91; and Walli Rashash Kharif, Reminiscences and Reflections: African Americans in the Kentucky-Tennessee Upper Cumberland Since the Civil War, noted, 104:809

Montemitro, Margaret, 86:125

Monterey, Calif., 69:8, 10–11

Monterrey, Mexico, 71:96, 75:319, 95:251, 262, 105:578; battle of, 81:355, 362, 106:22–26; battle of, map, 106:23; illus., 106:33; during Mexican War, 106:20, 27, 31, 34–38; strategic importance of, 106:17

Montessori School (Scott County, Ky.), 74:38

Montevallo, Ala., 74:290

Montgomery, ——, 89:14

Montgomery, Ala., 73:33, 74:209, 99:343, 102:66, 106:540, 107:176–77, 108:20, 110:448; during Civil War, 110:469; and Confederate States of America, 101:418–20, 106:415–16, 107:220, 256; George A. Ellsworth in, 108:78; inaugeration of Jefferson Davis at, 107:144, 154–56; Jefferson Davis statue in, 107:207–8; Maxwell Field, 102:43; and Rosa Parks, 105:385; visit of Jefferson Davis to, 107:204, 247

Montgomery, Alexander, 68:247

Montgomery, Bernard Law: Forrest C. Pogue oral history interview of, 104:682

Montgomery, Bill, 70:237, 89:296

Montgomery, James, 93:413

Montgomery, John, 69:249, 251, 258, 262, 81:7, 12–16, 21

Montgomery, Michael B.: and James B. McMillan, Annotated Bibliography of Southern American English, reviewed, 88:236–37

Montgomery, Mrs. ——, 78:60

Montgomery, Rebecca S.: Politics of Education in the New South, The: Women and Reform in Georgia, 1890–1930, reviewed, 104:172–74

Montgomery, Sir Robert, 73:87

Montgomery, Thomas, 71:168

Montgomery, William E.: Under Their Own Vine and Fig Tree: The African-American Church in the South, 1865–1900, reviewed, 91:447–48

Montgomery & West Point Railroad, 97:253



Montgomery C. Meigs and the Building of the Nation's Capital, edited by William C. Dickinson, Dean A. Herrin, and Donald R. Kennon: reviewed, 100:78–80

Montgomery County, Ky., 71:112, 72:50, 113, 92:132; courthouses in, 70:335; Fletcher family in, 102:3; free African Americans in, 109:300; women and tobacco farming in, 108:331

Montgomery family, 68:224–25

Monthly Law Reporter (Boston, Mass.), 81:147; on Matt Ward trial, 84:140

Monticello (Va.): home of Thomas Jefferson, 69:91, 315, 70:228, 316, 71:378–79, 73:77, 92:73, 96:184, 261, 97:346, 107:239–40

Monticello, Ky., 100:9

Monticello United Methodist Church (Union County, Ky.), 73:211

Montpelier, Va., 68:3

Montreal, Canada, 69:140, 72:292, 100:488

Montreal Royals (baseball team), 99:113, 115

Montrie, Chad: book review by, 100:578–79; To Save the Land and People: A History of Opposition to Surface Coal Mining in Appalachia, reviewed, 101:118–20

Monument Avenue (Richmond, Va.): illus., 107:241; Jefferson Davis monument and statue, 107:207–8

Moody, Joseph: and the Appalachian coal supply, 107:325

Moody, Louise, 85:257

Moody, Wesley: book review by, 110:593–95

Moody, William R., 68:281

Moody Temple (Chicago, Ill.), 78:30

Moon, John, 77:8

Mooney, Bill: and James E. "Ted" Bassett III, Keeneland's Ted Bassett: My Life, noted, 107:632

Mooney, Chase C.: evaluation of J. Winston Coleman's Slavery Times in Kentucky, 103:693

Mooney, James, 73:71



Moonlighter, 82:158, 162

"Moonlight Schools," 74:14–15, 17–19, 22–23; and the campaign against illiteracy, 74:10–29; Cora Wilson Stewart and the crusade against illiteracy, 82:151–69



Moonshine Menace (film), 96:124

Moonshine Molly (film), 96:124

Moonshiner, The (film), 96:123, 98:367

Moonshiners and Prohibitionists: The Battle over Alcohol in Southern Appalachia, by Bruce E. Stewart: reviewed, 110:204–6

Moore, ——, 68:122

Moore, A. B.: Thomas D. Clark letter to, 103:457

Moore, Absalom B., 97:177

Moore, Andrew: as a Jeffersonian, 100:332; son-in-law of Andrew Reid, 100:332, 337

Moore, Andrew B., 72:94

Moore, Arthur K., 69:73–74, 90:51, 92:247–49, 252, 259–60, 264–65

Moore, Barkley, 80:443

Moore, Bland, 86:252

Moore, Brenda L.: Serving Our Country: Japanese American Women in the Military during World War II, reviewed, 101:380–81

Moore, Bud: Kentucky Girls' High School State Basketball Tournament, 109:461

Moore, Capt. ——, 85:332

Moore, Carolyn Conn ("Carrie"), 90:87, 99:271, 301

Moore, Charles C., 95:78

Moore, David, 74:350–51

Moore, Dickie, 98:409

Moore, Ethelbert P.: Spanish-American War correspondence of, 89:287–99

Moore, George C., 98:85

Moore, George M., 89:157

Moore, Harold C., 102:341; and the Battle of Ia Drang, 102:338; biographical sketch, 102:338; illus., 102:339, 340

Moore, J., 69:354

Moore, Jacqueline: book review by, 109:110–12

Moore, Jake, 68:226

Moore, James, 69:49, 234, 250, 257, 97:268, 270, 285; ministry in Lexington, Ky., 106:196

Moore, James B., 69:257

Moore, James Francis, 72:238, 81:16, 84:256

Moore, James T.: book review by, 76:167–69

Moore, Jim, 90:156–57, 158

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