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



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Mount Vernon (Va.): home of George Washington, 73:317

Mount Vernon, Ohio: during Civil War, 110:425

Mount Vesuvius (Italy): eruption of, 101:317; illus., 101:311

Mount Zion, Ky.: Federal occupation of, 110:335

Mount Zion Presbyterian Church (Lexington, Ky.), 106:219; construction of, 106:195; division of, 106:198–99

Mourning, Mrs. Anna B., 93:141

Mouton family, 97:301–2

Movement and the Sixties: Protest in America from Greensboro to Wounded Knee, by Terry H. Anderson: reviewed, 94:98–99

"Moving Kentucky History into the Twenty-first Century: Where Should We Go From Here?" by James C. Klotter, 97:83–112

Mower, Robert: illus., 107:358

Moye, J. Todd: Let the People Decide: Black Freedom and White Resistance in Sunflower County, Mississippi, 1945–1986, reviewed, 102:584–86

Moyen, Eric: book review by, 107:294–96

Moyen, Eric A.: Frank L. McVey and the University of Kentucky: A Progressive President and the Modernization of a Southern University, reviewed, 109:207–9

Moyers, Bill, 99:39, 102:161

Moylan, John, 75:177

Moynihan, Daniel Patrick, 76:157–58, 92:180, 96:299; and African American poverty, 107:353–54

Mr. Galion's School, by Jesse Stuart: noted, 98:135–36

Mr. Jefferson's Hammer: William Henry Harrison and the Origins of American Indian Policy, by Robert M. Owens: reviewed, 106:86–87

Mr. Jefferson's University: A History, by Virginius Dabney: reviewed, 81:316–17

Mr. Lincoln's Chair: The Shakers and Their Quest for Peace, by Anita Sanchez: reviewed, 107:116–17

Mrozek, Donald J., 109:154–55; Sport and American Mentality, 1880–1910, reviewed, 82:308–9



Mr. Polk's Army: The American Military Experience in the Mexican War, by Richard Bruce Winders: reviewed, 96:92–93

Mr. Polk's War: American Opposition and Dissent, 1846–1848, by John H. Schroeder: reviewed, 72:182–83

Mr. Roosevelt's Steamboat: The First Steamboat to Travel the Mississippi, by Mary Helen Dohan: noted, 81:113

Mrs. Capron's Boarding School for Young Ladies (Philadelphia, Pa.), 77:15



Mrs. Hill's Southern Practical Cookery and Receipt Book, by Annabella P. Hill: noted, 94:110–11

Mrs. L.: Conversations with Alice Roosevelt Longworth, by Michael Teague: reviewed, 80:475–77

Mr. Smith Goes to Washington (film), 99:285–86

Mrs. Stanton's Bible, by Kathi Kern: reviewed, 99:319–20

Mt. Hope (Lexington, Ky.): home of Benjamin Gratz, 97:386



Mt. Sterling (Ky.) Sentinel, 71:45

Mt. Sterling, Ky., 69:390, 72:119, 121, 74:33, 75:82, 93:268, 274, 95:127, 105:407; during Civil War, 109:69; free African Americans in, 109:300; George A. Ellsworth in, 108:90–92

Mt. Vernon (Va.), 75:299

Mt. Vernon, Ky., 68:120, 126, 71:300, 302

Mud Camp Creek, 68:237

Mud Creek Clinic (Floyd County, Ky.), 90:86



Muddy Branch: Memories of an Eastern Kentucky Coal Camp, by Clyde Roy Pack: noted, 101:396

Muddy Creek (Lincoln County, Ky.), 102:542

Muddy River (Ky.), 69:219–20, 72:340; revivals near, 106:201

Mud River (Ky.), 75:178

Muhammad Ali Boulevard (Louisville, Ky.), 107:44, 109:414

Muhammad Ali: The People's Champ, edited by Elliot J. Gorn: reviewed, 94:305–6

Muhlenberg, Peter, 75:178

Muhlenberg County, Ky., 69:16, 33, 70:306, 71:238, 72:10, 13, 16–17, 73:165, 75:178, 186, 188, 97:287, 299, 98:402

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

Muir, Adam: Forty-first Regiment (British), 104:34

Muir, James: letter to Transylvania Presbytery, 102:26–27

Muir, John W.: and James C. Klotter, "Boss Ben Johnson, the Highway Commission, and Kentucky Politics, 1927–1937," 84:18–50

Muir, Peter C.: Long Lost Blues: Popular Blues in America, 1850-1920, reviewed, 108:155–57

Muir, Peter G.: Louisville lynching case, 102:378, 381

Mujeras Island: 1850 López expedition rendezvous point, 105:604

Mukden, Manchuria, 86:261

Mulberry Hill (Jefferson County, Ky.), 92:160

Mulberry Presbyterian Church (Shelby County, Ky.), 110:280

Mulberry Street (Lexington, Ky.): church on, 106:227; See Limestone Street

Mulbry, Walter, 82:384

Mulder, John M.: book reviews by, 83:359–61, 84:332–33, 89:222–23; Woodrow Wilson: The Years of Preparation, reviewed, 77:233–34

Muldowny, John: and Michael J. McDonald, TVA and the Dispossessed; The Resettlement of Population in the Norris Dam Area, reviewed, 81:455–56

Muldraugh Hill (Marion County, Ky.), 70:217, 71:177, 183–84, 186, 188, 426–27, 72:26, 28, 31, 75:129; John Hunt Morgan at, 108:74

Muldrow, Andrew, 75:155

Mule South to Tractor South: Mules, Machines, and the Transformation of the Cotton South, by George B. Ellenberg: reviewed, 106:285–86

Mulledy, Thomas: slaves of, 108:231

Mullen, Kevin J.: Dangerous Strangers: Minority Newcomers and Criminal Violence in the Urban West, 1850–2000, reviewed, 103:806–8

Mulligan, James Hilary, 98:102

Mulligan, William H. Jr.: book review by, 110:111–13

Mullins: Melungeon family name, 102:211

Mullins, E. Y., 94:253, 96:298, 301; and the evolution controversy, 74:113–15, 117, 120–22

Mullins, Greenie, 107:382

Mullins, Marion Day: Republic of Texas: Poll Lists for 1846, reviewed, 72:297

Mullins, Robins, 96:133

Mullins, Senator ——, 77:285

Mullis, Tony R.: Peacekeeping on the Plains: Army Operations in Bleeding Kansas, reviewed, 102:413–15

Mulloy, Joseph, 87:51

Muncie, Ind., 70:189, 94:269

Munday, Alfred, 90:53

Munday, Sue: See Marcellus Jerome Clarke

Munday, W. R., 84:210

Mundy, Sue (Marcellus Jerome Clarke): and guerrilla warfare in Ky., 86:368–71, 374–75

Munford, Ala., 74:294–95

Munford, Tyler, 80:324, 88:177

Munfordville, Ky., 70:304, 72:36, 275, 301; battle of, 97:247–85, 105:58; during Civil War, 69:117, 339–61; during the Civil War, 70:201, 210–11, 213–18, 71:177, 182–83, 426; and the Perryville campaign, 96:321–23, 325, 327–29, 331

"Munfordville in the Civil War," by James Barnett, 69:339–61

"Munfordville: The Campaign and Battle Along Kentucky's Strategic Axis," by Kent Masterson Brown, 97:247–85

Munich, Germany, 95:146; analogy of Vietnam War, 102:355

Municipal Housing Commission, Frankfort, Ky., 70:61

Municipal Stadium (Cleveland, Ohio), 99:104

Munoff, Gerald J.: "Dr. Robert Peter and the Legacy of Photography in Kentucky," 78:208–18

Munroe, Ben J., 97:173

Munroe, John A.: book review by, 83:75–77; Louis McLane: Federalist and Jacksonian, reviewed, 72:280–81

Munsell, Luke, 68:98–99, 111, 91:390, 397; work cited, 68:115, 124, 130

Munson, Wayne: book review by, 105:172–73

Murdaugh, ——: and murder trial, 91:384

Murdaugh, John, 81:153

Murdaugh, Mr. ——: and murder trial, 73:361–62

"Murder, God, and the Devil Box: Music and Community in Metcalfe County, Kentucky," by Jennifer K. Painter, 98:385–404

Murder and Madness: The Myth of the Kentucky Tragedy, by Matthew G. Schoenbachler: reviewed, 107:578–81

Murder in Mayberry: Greed, Death, and Mayhem in a Small Town, by Mary Kinney Branson and Jack Branson: noted, 107:628

Murder in Virginia, A: Southern Justice on Trial, by Suzanne Lebsock: reviewed, 101:165–67

Murfree, Mary, 80:151

Murfreesboro, Tenn., 69:359, 70:168, 203, 208, 211, 71:184–85, 436, 72:37, 73:175, 176, 412–14, 74:204, 206, 214, 77:12, 92:389, 93:269–70, 272, 280, 94:152, 154–55, 96:320, 97:160, 172, 177; during Civil War, 109:69; Nathan Bedford Forrest's attack on, 108:24–25

Murphy, Alonzo, 108:377–78

Murphy, Angela F.: American Slavery, Irish Freedom: Abolition, Immigrant Citizenship, and the Transatlantic Movement for Irish Repeal, reviewed, 110:111–13; book review by, 109:246–48

Murphy, Bruce Allen: The Brandeis/Frankfurter Connection: The Secret Political Activities of Two Supreme Court Justices, noted, 82:111–12; Fortas: The Rise and Ruin of a Supreme Court Justice, reviewed, 87:189–90

Murphy, Conductor—, 108:45–47

Murphy, Daniel, 81:245, 251

Murphy, Daniel P.: book review by, 107:459–61

Murphy, Dennis X.: and subdivision planning, 107:65

Murphy, Frank, 104:473, 477; Edward F. Prichard's evaluation of, 104:474–75

Murphy, Fraud, 81:415, 418, 420, 422

Murphy, Frederick I.: book reviews by, 71:313–15, 75:167–69, 345–47

Murphy, Isaac: wins 1890 Ky. Derby, 100:485

Murphy, James B.: "Slavery and Freedom in Appalachia: Kentucky as a Demographic Case Study," 80:151–69

Murphy, James C.: illus., 107:66; and subdivision planning, 107:65–67

Murphy, James Madison, 69:117

Murphy, John, 88:35–36, 146

Murphy, Murray G.: and Elizabeth Flower, A History of Philosophy in America, reviewed, 77:155–56

Murphy, Patricia Coit: What a Book Can Do: The Publication and Reception of Silent Spring, reviewed, 103:837–38

Murphy, Paul L.: book review by, 80:334–36

Murphy, Priscilla Coit: book review by, 105:344–46

Murphy, Robert, 82:370–73, 99:112

Murphy, William Stack: at Saint Mary's College, 108:229, 233–35; and slavery, 108:237

Murphy Audie L.: and Garlin M. Conner, 110:75–76, 85, 89

Murray (Ky.) Ledger and Times, 73:95

Murray (Ky.) News and Truths, 74:114

Murray, Amy Coffman: book review by, 108:259–61

Murray, Bob, 110:527

Murray, Charles D., 97:257, 278, 284

Murray, David D.: slave of, 106:319

Murray, David R., 82:215

Murray, David Rodman: Fourth Ky. Volunteer Infantry, 98:47–49, 52, 59, 61–63, 65, 75–77, 84, 96, 98

Murray, Eli H., 75:83–85, 91; skirmish at Sacramento, Ky., 75:79

Murray, Gail S.: book review by, 92:327–29

Murray, James, 72:293

Murray, John (Lord Dunmore), 78:300; and settlement of Louisville, Ky., 107:38–39, 44

Murray, Joseph, 85:340

Murray, Ky., 68:57, 69:287–88; during 1937 flood, 102:196; Jesse Stuart's trip to, 76:223–24, 231

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

Murray, Philip, 73:158, 168

Murray, Robert: book notes by, 110:609–10; book reviews by, 110:201–4

Murray, Robert K., 84:278; book review by, 80:111–13; The Harding Era: Warren G. Harding and Administration, reviewed, 70:336–38; and Roger W. Brucker, Trapped, reviewed, 78:262–64; and Tim H. Blessing, Greatness in the White House: Rating the Presidents, Washington through Carter, reviewed, 87:445–46

Murray, William, 68:55, 57, 70:44, 73:160, 95:378–79

Murray State Teachers College (Murray, Ky.), 68:213

Murray State University (Murray, Ky.), 69:96, 174, 73:336, 99:140, 150; Forrest C. Pogue at, 104:675; illus., 104:677; Library, 69:288; oral history at, 104:629, 634; transition to university status, 105:86

Murray-Wooley, Carolyn, 97:337–39, 345; and Karl Ratiz, Rock Fences of the Bluegrass, reviewed, 91:333–35

Murrell, George McKinley: Gold Rush letters of, 79:99–121

Murrell, Reuben: slave of George McKinley Murrell, 79:99–121

Murrow, Edward R., 75:343–44, 104:459

Murry, Captain ——: 1850 López expedition, 105:609

Muscle Shoals, Ala., 69:339, 74:1, 97:49

Museum of the Confederacy (Richmond, Va.), 107:143, 203, 206, 219–20, 221, 237; Civil War interpretation at, 107:250–51, 255; illus., 107:239; Jefferson Davis Award, 107:147

Mushulatubee (Choctaw chief), 91:267

Musial, Stan, 82:369, 99:111

Music and the Making of a New South, by Gavin James Campbell: reviewed, 102:255–56

Music and the Southern Belle: From Accomplished Lady to Confederate Composer, by Candace Bailey: reviewed, 109:232–34

Music at the White House: A History of the American Spirit, by Elise K. Kirk: reviewed, 85:359–62

Music Hall Convention (Louisville, Ky.), 74:47, 48, 75:29



Music in Lexington Before 1840, by Joy Carden: reviewed, 80:218–21

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

Music of Bill Monroe, The, by Neil V. Rosenberg and Charles K. Wolfe: reviewed, 105:682–83

Musik family, 71:135

Muskingum River (Ohio), 69:128, 70:69–71

Mussey, R. Delavan, 96:345

Mussman, Ralph, 98:348

Mussolini, Benito, 96:373, 100:152, 105:424, 434

Muster, John W., 75:91

Musto, Frederick W.: and Robert U. Goehlert, State Legislatures: A Bibliography, noted, 84:340

Mutchler, Fred, 86:29, 30, 34, 37, 48

Mute, Thomas, 82:122

Muter, George, 70:331, 71:390, 100:332; and Ky. statehood, 78:103, 111–12

Mutersbaugh, Bert M.: book reviews by, 90:289–90, 91:339–40

Mutti-Burke, Diane: On Slavery's Border: Missouri's Small Slaveholding Households, 1815-1865, reviewed, 109:228–30

Myall, William, 104:402

Mydans, Carl, 85:294, 298–99, 301, 307

My Dear Mr. Stalin: The Complete Correspondence between Franklin D. Roosevelt and Joseph V. Stalin, edited by Susan Butler: reviewed, 104:355–57

My Desire for History: Essays in Gay, Community & Labor History, by Allan Berube: reviewed, 109:506–8

Myers, Andrew H.: Black, White, and Olive Drab: Racial Integration at Fort Jackson, South Carolina, and the Civil Rights Movement, reviewed, 105:348–50; book review by, 104:771–73

Myers, Gustavus, 96:367

Myers, Harvey, 98:186; state capital relocation issue, 104:275–80

Myers, Henry L., 95:39

Myers, Jacob, 68:120, 78:319, 89:7

Myers, Lois E.: and Thomas L. Charlton, and Rebecca Sharpless, eds., Handbook of Oral History, review essay by Tracy E. K'Meyer, 104:685–98

Myers, Marshall, 101:399; book reviews by, 95:91–92, 98:329–30, 99:396–98, 101:147–52, 102:108–9, 103:568–70, 104:727–29, 106:96–97, 107:112–16, 267–69; and Chris Propes, eds.: "'I Don't Fear Nothing in the Shape of Man': The Civil War and Texas Border Letters of Edward Francis, U.S. Colored Troops," 101:457–78

Myers, Peter C.: Frederick Douglass: Race and the Rebirth of American Liberalism, reviewed, 106:260–61

Myers, Phillips E.: Caution and Cooperation: The American Civil War in British-American Relations, reviewed, 106:269–70

Myers, Robert L. ("Chief"), 93:148

Myers, Robert Mansion: The Children of Pride: A True Story of Georgia and the Civil War, noted, 82:320

Myers, Robert Manson: The Children of Pride, 70:343; ed., The Children of Pride; A True Story of Georgia and the Civil War, reviewed, 71:207–8

Myers, Rodes K., 84:372, 374–75, 382–84, 386, 389, 395

Myers, William, 72:238

My Father, Daniel Boone: The Draper Interviews with Nathan Boone, edited by Neal O. Hammon: reviewed, 98:299–301

Myint, Hla, 70:186

"My Land Has a Voice," by Jesse Stuart, 68:37–52

My Last Chance to be a Boy: Theodore Roosevelt's South American Expedition of 1913–1914, by Joseph R. Ornig: noted, 96:218–19

"My Life as a Telegrapher on the Kentucky Division of the Illinois Central Railroad," by John E. L. Robertson, 98:279–95



My Life With Benjamin Franklin, by Claude-Anne Lopez: reviewed, 99:75–76

My Likeness Taken: Daguerreian Portraits in America, 1840–1860, by Joan L. Severa: reviewed, 105:300–301

Mynatt, A. F., 98:95

Mynatt, E. F., 98:97

My Old Confederate Home: A Respectable Place for Civil War Veterans, by Rusty Williams: reviewed, 109:80–81

My Old Kentucky Home (Bardstown, Ky.), 70:229, 99:245; Queen Marie of Romania's visit to, 105:422; See Federal Hill

"My Old Kentucky Home" (song), 90:55, 99:107

My Old Kentucky Home, Good-night, by Mary Ann Kelly: reviewed, 77:216–17

"My Own Times," by John Reynolds, 69:267

Myrtle Prison (St. Louis, Mo.), 68:350

Mysteries of Sex: Tracing Women and Men through American History, by Mary P. Ryan: reviewed, 105:96–98

"Mystic Chords of Memory: Thoughts on the Impending Civil War Sesquicentennial," by Glenn W. LaFantasie, 109:63–73



Mystic Warriors of the Plains, The, by Thomas E. Mails: reviewed, 71:214–16

My Tears Spoiled My Aim, and Other Reflections on Southern Culture, by John Shelton Reed: reviewed, 91:456–57

Myth and History in the Creation of Yellowstone National Park, by Paul Schullery and Lee Whittlesey: reviewed, 102:429–31

"Myth and Reality in Kentucky History," by John E. Kleber, 90:45–63



Mythic Galveston: Reinventing America's Third Coast, by Susan Wiley Hardwick: reviewed, 101:161–62

Mythic Land Apart: Reassessing Southerners and Their History, edited by John David Smith and Thomas H. Appleton Jr.: reviewed, 95:441–43

Myth of Southern History, The: Historical Consciousness in Twentieth Century Southern Literature, by F. Garvin Davenport Jr.: reviewed, 69:95–98

Myth of the Lost Cause, The, by Rollin G. Osterweis, 110:578

"Mythology: A New Frontier in Southern History," by George B. Tindall, 110:576



Myths and Men: Patrick Henry, George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, by Bernard Mayo, 69:91

My Young Master, by Opie Reed: noted, 86:98
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"NAACP and Residential Segregation in Louisville, Kentucky, 1914–1917," by George C. Wright, 78:39–54

NAACP Crisis, 93:164

NAACP Youth Council: antidiscrimination campaign in Louisville, Ky., 104:238; and Lyman Johnson, 104:236

Nacogdoches, Texas, 71:1, 12, 89–90, 93

Nader, Ralph: Unsafe at Any Speed, impact of, 102:165

Naftali, Timothy: and Richard Breitman, Norman J. W. Goda, Timothy Naftali, and Robert Wolfe, U.S. Intelligence and the Nazis, reviewed, 103:596–98

Nafziger, E. Wayne, 71:200

Nagel, Paul C., 81:425, 93:86; on Abraham Lincoln's eulogy of Henry Clay, 106:568–69; The Adams Women: Abigail & Louisa Adams, Their Sisters and Daughters, reviewed, 86:380–82; book review by, 80:469–70; Descent from Glory: Four Generations of the John Adams Family, reviewed, 82:89–91; John Quincy Adams: A Public Life, A Private Life, reviewed, 96:90–92

Nägler, Jorg: Abraham Lincoln: Amerikas großer Präsident: Eine Biographie, 106:441–43; and Stig Forster, eds., On the Road to Total War: The American Civil War and the German Wars of Unification, 1861–1871, noted, 95:459–60

Nagy, Al, 71:203

Nailin, Dan, 110:508

Naismith, James, 77:280–81, 109:164; basketball rules of, 109:155–56, 170–71

Naito, Hatsuho: Thunder Gods: The Kamikaze Pilots Tell Their Story, reviewed, 88:111–12

Nall, Allen T., 100:142

Nall, James O., 90:180

Nalty, Bernard C.: Strength for the Fight: A History of Black Americans in the Military, reviewed, 85:374–76

Name Above the Title, by Frank Capra, 99:286

"Naming of Paducah," by John P. Dyson, 92:149–74

Nance, Joseph Milton, 71:450

Nansemond County, Va., 90:118

Nantes, France, 109:190–91

Nanticokes: triracial isolate group, 102:212

Napier, Austin, 83:136

Napier, George: and the U.S. Marine Corps Reserve, 110:162

Napier, Jerry: book notes by, 92:118–19, 93:251

Naples, Italy: revolution in, 107:564; struggle with Austria, 107:564; during World War II, 101:312–13, 315, 317, 110:75

Napoleon (Louisville, Ky.): coffeehouse, 106:61

Napoleon Boneparte, 69:11

Napoleon III: and Cassius M. Clay, 73:270, 274–76; and the Civil War, 107:194

Narcotic Farm, The: The Rise and Fall of America's First Prison for Drug Addicts, by Nancy D. Campbell, J. P. Olson, and Luke Walden: reviewed, 107:86–88

Nardin, Louise, 89:69

Narka (horse), 100:492

Narrative of the Life of David Crockett of the State of Tennessee, A, by David Crockett: reviewed, 72:285–87

Narrative of the Revival of 1800, by James McGready, 69:219, 222

Nasaw, David: Children of the City: At Work and At Play, noted, 83:386

Nash, ——, 69:55

Nash, Edgar, 92:295

Nash, Francis B., 69:63

Nash, Francis M.: Towers over Kentucky: A History of Radio and Television in the Bluegrass State, noted, 93:511

Nash, Gary B.: Liberty Bell, The, reviewed, 109:87–89

Nash, George H.: The Life of Herbert Hoover, vol. 2, The Humanitarian, 1914–1917, reviewed, 88:107–8

Nash, Linda: book review by, 101:218–20

Nash, William, 70:281–83, 289, 72:241

Nashborough (Nashville, Tenn.), 70:219

Nashville (Tenn.) Christian Advocate, 76:141

Nashville (Tenn.) Daily Gazette, 79:10

Nashville, 1780–1860: From Frontier to City, by Anita Shafer Goodstein: reviewed, 88:467–68

Nashville, Tenn., 69:18, 29, 95, 106, 123, 223, 242, 279–80, 339–40, 342, 349, 359, 70:65, 123, 135, 168, 196–97, 219, 223–24, 238–39, 272, 71:303, 305, 350, 72:25, 34–37, 267, 275, 354, 73:302, 304, 312, 352–53, 369, 396, 402, 406–9, 412, 74:17, 76, 84, 167, 190, 75:126, 134, 138, 173, 88:189–90, 92:389, 93:262–63, 270, 95:1, 2, 6–8, 10, 16, 25–27, 98:288, 99:348, 363, 368, 375, 100:153, 176, 178, 479, 108:78, 110:49, 465; and Aaron Burr, 71:75–78, 80–81, 83; battle of, 74:350; black branch library in, 93:171, 174; civil rights protests in, 109:354; during Civil War, 70:200, 202–6, 213, 96:317–20, 322, 326, 330, 345, 347, 97:170–72, 248–49, 251–52, 254, 283, 108:42, 49, 61, 63–64, 110:178, 351, 353, 450, 453, 455–56, 458, 467, 469, 471, 482; library in, 92:71; road to Bardstown, Ky., 106:315, 351, 484–85; telegraphic communication during Civil War, 108:24, 45–48, 52; Vicksburg campaign victory celebration, 103:659

Nashville & Chattanooga Railroad, 69:349, 97:248

Nashville and Northwestern Railroad: during Civil War, 110:473



Nashville Convention: Southern Movement for Unity, 1848–1851, by Thelma Jennings: reviewed, 81:212–14

Nashville-Golconda Road (Ill.), 69:247



Nashville: in the 1890s, edited by William Waller: reviewed, 69:279–80

Nashville in the New South, 1880–1930, by Don H. Doyle: reviewed, 84:93–94

Nashville Since the 1920s, by Don H. Doyle: reviewed, 84:334–35

Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame (Nashville, Tenn.), 80:176



Nashville the Occupied City: The First Seventeen Months, February 16, 1862, to June 30, 1863, by Walter T. Durham: reviewed, 85:88–89

Nashville: The Western Confederacy's Final Gamble, by James Lee McDonough: reviewed, 103:795–96

Nashville Trust Company (Nashville, Tenn.), 92:71

Nast, Thomas, 72:134; cartoons of, 110:564

Natcher, William H., 68:219

Natchez, Miss., 69:249, 254, 260, 70:195, 312, 314, 71:11, 51, 59, 79, 94, 129, 72:401–2, 74:61, 300, 101:82–83, 108:178, 109:320; and Thomas D. Clark, 103:23–24; trade at, 106:358

Natchez Trace, 70:72, 95:3, 106:361; development of, 106:357

Natchitoches, La., 71:13

Natchitoches, Miss., 101:87

Nathan, Bob, 104:496

Nathan Bedford Forrest: A Biography, by Jack Hurst: reviewed, 92:217–18

Nathan Boone and the American Frontier, by R. Douglas Hurt: reviewed, 96:195–96

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