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



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Nathan B. Young and the Struggle over Black Higher Education, by Antonio F. Holland: reviewed, 105:133–35

Nathaniel Southgate Shaler and the Culture of American Science, by David N. Livingstone: reviewed, 86:170–71

"Nathaniel Southgate Shaler and the Kentucky Geological Survey," by Ivan L. Zabilka, 80:408–31

Natick, Mass., 71:117

Nation , 69:142

Nation, 91:187, 189, 192, 198, 96:363; and the Braden case, 104:226; on Guinea Pigs No More, 84:294

Nation, Carry, 73:331, 90:84

Nation, Richard F.: At Home in the Hoosier Hills: Agriculture, Politics, and Religion in Southern Indiana, 1810–1870, reviewed, 103:786–87

National Academy of Sciences (Washington, D.C.), 69:275

National Advisory Commission on Rural Poverty (NACRP), 99:43–44; and causes of poverty, 107:345, 354–69; creation of, 107:339–40; critique of War on Poverty, 107:353; hearings of, 107:357–69; meeting of, illus., 107:358; and the War on Poverty, 107:339–69

National Alliance Against Racist and Political Repression (Louisville, Ky.): formation of, 104:246–47

National Amateur Athletic Federation (NAAF), 93:437, 439, 440–41, 442, 444

National American Woman Suffrage Association (NAWSA), 72:351, 354, 357–58, 363, 74:234, 235, 93:4, 5, 6, 7, 9, 11, 12, 15, 16, 23, 35, 37, 38, 39; and Sophonisba Preston Breckinridge, 101:62

National and Royal Academy, 69:194

National Archives and Records Administration (Washington, D.C.)., 72:66, 291, 296, 423, 100:140, 104:680; oral history collection, 104:630; and survival of records, 96:377–83

National Archives and Records Service (Washington, D.C.), 70:338

National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), 70:342–43, 71:246, 249–50, 84:264, 274, 276, 88:330, 333, 89:344, 357, 91:73–74, 99:10, 25, 367, 374–75, 109:321, 334, 343, 360–61, 411; in Cincinnati, Ohio, 109:382; civil rights protests by, 109:362; and civil rights protests in Ky., 109:355; and civil rights protests in Louisville, Ky., 109:329, 334, 340, 345, 347, 362, 371–76, 400–401, 404–5, 412–13, 415–17, 420, 422–23, 425–26, 428; in Covington, Ky., 109:380–81, 392; and desegregation of the University of Ky., 109:335–39, 344; desegregation suits of, 105:5; Fayette County, Ky., school integration, 101:257; in Frankfort, Ky., 109:378–80; Kentucky chapter: awards received, 104:232; Ky. chapters of, 109:391, 408; legal defense fund, 109:330–31, 346; legal difficulties of, 109:361–62; in Lexington, Ky., 109:352, 363–64, 392; in Louisville, 104:230–34, 231–32, 232, 247, 105:11–12; merger of Louisville and Jefferson County school districts, 105:14; in Richmond, Ky., 109:385, 391; and Sophonisba Preston Breckinridge, 101:62; and William English Walling, 96:351–76

National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NCAAP), 89:357

National Association of Chain Drug Stores, 94:420

National Association of Deans of Women, 89:67

National Association of Directors of Physical Education for Women, 93:437

National Association of Home Builders, 107:75

National Association of Real Estate Boards, 107:75

National Association of Retail Druggists, 94:420

National Association of Trotting Horse Breeders, 100:489

National Audubon Society, 69:286

National Band controversy (1844), 75:210

National Baseball Hall of Fame, 99:114, 117

National Basketball Association (NBA): and women officials, 109:463–64

National Cash Register (Dayton, Ohio), 94:271

National Center for the Study of History, 92:402

National Child Labor Committee, 96:371

National Coal Policy Conference: synthetic-fuels research, 107:327

National Coal Research and Development Commission: proposal of, 107:327

National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA), 74:126, 88:180

National Colored Men's Convention, 98:169

National Committee for the Defense of Political Prisoners, 84:289, 91:190; publication of Harlan Miners Speak, 107:484

National Conference of Christians and Jews, 84:301, 92:175; and George Chescheir, 105:459; and Louisville civil rights movement, 104:222

National Conference of Education in the South, 74:17

National Constitution Center (Philadelphia, Pa.), 105:248

National Council of Jewish Women, 99:255

National Defense Act (1916 and 1920), 71:120

National Defense Advisory Commission, 96:68

National Defense Advisory Council, 104:486

National Distillers Products Company (N.Y.), 96:66

National Education Association (NEA), 82:158, 110:52

National Endowment for the Arts, 96:133

National Endowment for the Humanities, 73:324, 92:401, 101:430, 107:147

National Environmental Policy Act: Judicial Misconstruction, Legislative Indifference, and Executive Neglect, by Matthew J. Lindstrom and Zachary A. Smith: reviewed, 99:439–41

National Era, 69:330

National Farmers' Alliance and Co-operative Union of America, 78:228

National Farmers Union, 107:365–66

National Football League: and semiprofessional teams, 97:404, 409, 413, 423, 437–38, 440–41

National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis (NFIP), 87:28, 31, 34, 36

National Gallery of Art (Washington, D.C.), 104:643, 650–51



National Genealogical Society Quarterly, 102:215

National Geographic, 91:199, 201, 95:70

National Governor's Conference, 99:38–40

National Guard, 72:68, 83:50, 54–58, 60, 62–63, 93:334, 99:121, 129, 105:421

National Guardian: support for the Bradens, 104:227

National Historical Publications Commission (Washington, D.C.), 68:370

National Historical Society: The Image of War: 1861–1865, vol. 1, Shadows of the Storm, reviewed, 80:463–64; vol. 3, The Image of War: 1861–1865, reviewed, 81:323–25

National Home for Disabled Veterans (Ind.), 110:537

National Hotel (Washington, D.C.): death of Henry Clay in, 110:244

National Illiteracy Crusade, 82:169

National Independent Coal Operators Association, 102:70

National Industrial Recovery Act (1933), 90:267, 358–60, 362–63, 367

National Information Bureau, 93:201–3

National Institute and American Academy of Arts and Letters Award, 97:114

National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health: danger of vinyl chloride, 102:170–71, 179; meeting with B. F. Goodrich officials, 102:174, 176

National Labor Relations Board, 84:292, 99:112

National Law Enforcement Committee, 104:242

National League of Women Voters, 79:50

National Liberation Front (NLF), 102:323–27; tactics of, 102:332–33; and Tet Offensive, 102:348

National Medal for Literature: and Robert Penn Warren, 104:79

National Mine Workers Union, 72:68

National Negro Conference (1909), 96:364

National Normal University (Lebanon, Ohio), 74:12

National Organization for Women (NOW), 99:232, 255, 257

National Park Commission, 81:25

National Park Service, 68:323, 70:63, 352, 71:110, 72:287, 295, 403, 427, 92:401, 101:98, 107, 110:440, 463

National Party, in Ky., 78:225

National Polio Foundation: and George Chescheir, 105:459

National Press Club, 92:406, 94:255

National Rainbow Coalition, 99:231

National Recovery Administration (NRA), 90:267, 269, 92:196

National Register of Historic Sites, 70:63, 229, 353

National Republican Party, 82:13; and Henry Clay, 78:135

National Review: and Garlin M. Conner, 110:89–90

National Security Act (1942), 71:144

National Security Council, 76:114

National Security Women's Corps, 96:76

National Service Corps: proposed, 107:377–78

National Society of Colonial Dames of America, 69:313

National States' Rights Party, 104:244; and racial clash near Berea, Ky., 109:390–91

National Survey of Historic Sites and Buildings, 72:403

National Synthetic Rubber, 99:377

National Tile (Anderson, Ind.), 94:281–82

National Trust for Historic Preservation, 70:229

National Underground Railroad Freedom Center (Cincinnati, Ohio), 101:98

National Urban League, 89:344, 99:30, 41, 366, 377; Opportunity magazine, 103:702

National Women's Democratic Law Enforcement League, 92:183

National Women's Trade Union League, 96:354, 371, 373

National Youth Administration, 98:396

Nation at Risk, A: and public school reform, 109:49

Nation Building in South Korea: Koreans, Americans, and the Making of a Democracy, by Gregg Brazinsky: reviewed, 105:759–60

Nation by Design, A: Immigration Policy in the Fashioning of America, by Aristide R. Zolberg: reviewed, 104:733–35

Nation Forged in War, A: How World War II Taught Americans to Get Along, by Thomas Bruscino: reviewed, 109:132–34

Nation magazine, 72:69

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

Nation of Sovereign States: Secession & War in the Confederacy: Journal of Confederate History Series, vol. 10, edited and compiled by Archie P. McDonald, noted, 92:449

Nations, Markets, and War: Modern History and the American Civil War, by Nicholas Onuf and Peter Onuf: reviewed, 104:716–18

Nations Divided: America, Italy, and the Southern Question, by Don H. Doyle: reviewed, 101:143–45

Nation's Region: Southern Modernism, Segregation, and U.S. Nationalism, by Leigh Anne Duck: reviewed, 105:340–41

Native American Encyclopedia, A: History, Culture, and Peoples, edited by Barry M. Pritzker: reviewed, 100:68–69

Native American Place Names of the United States, by William Bright: noted, 103:845

Native Americans, 69:217, 237, 71:335, 364, 381, 386, 80:271–72, 276, 278, 91:8, 249–59, 298, 302, 304–14, 316–18, 320–21, 386, 388, 98:372–73; and Abraham Lincoln, 106:346–47, 368; and African Americans on frontier, 102:480; agriculture of on Ky. frontier, 107:11, 27; attacks or capture by, 69:203, 248–50, 252–53, 258–59; attitude of Lincoln family toward, 106:321–24; battle of Fallen Timbers, 71:386; and the Boone family, 95:219–35; burial mound, illus., 102:474; captives in white society, 102:471; captives of, 102:468–71; causes of poverty, 107:360–61, 367; conflict with whites, 102:475–80; and Daniel Boone, 100:500–501, 102:470–71, 477–78, 492–97, 524, 528–29, 544; displacement in Old Northwest, 106:365; Dudley's Defeat, presence at, 104:36–38; in early Livingston County, Ky., 69:246, 255, 260, 262; education of, 91:260–97; effect of disease, 102:476–77; indigenous groups in Kentucky, 102:474–75; on Ky. frontier, 78:98–101, 106, 303–4, 90:1–25, 64–69, 225–29, 92:131–48, 102:468–80, 107:12, 16, 31; and Ky. place names, 78:198–205; land claims at Falls of the Ohio, 107:39; life in early Ky., 90:1–25; Melungeon ancestry, 102:208, 211, 218; as minority group, 69:150; and the naming of Paducah, 92:149–74; negotiation with, 102:480; in Northwest Territory, 69:187, 261, 386; passing for white, 102:209; political conflicts among, 102:474–75; previous experience of whites, 102:473; in Revolutionary War, 69:199, 251; rights of, 69:199; and the teaching of history, 107:245; and tobacco, 100:314; trails and paths of, 68:91–131; on the trans-Appalachian frontier, 82:330, 332, 340–41, 106:334–37, 344–49; variety of, 102:480; white Indian myth, 90:49–51; women of, 93:81, 82; Woodland methods of warfare, 86:4–23



Native Americans, The: Peopling Indiana, vol. 2, by Elizabeth Glenn and Stewart Rafert: noted, 107:634

Native Ground, The: Indians and Colonists in the Heart of the Continent, by Kathleen Du Val: reviewed, 104:297–98

Natives & Newcomers: The Cultural Origins of North America, by James Axtell: reviewed, 99:165–67

Nat Turner's Rebellion, by William Styron, 69:95

Natural Allies: Women's Associations in American History, by Anne Firor Scott: reviewed, 91:231–32

Natural Bridge (Powell County, Ky.), 74:129

Natural Law Party, 99:267

Nature of Cities, The: Ecological Visions and the American Urban Professions, 1920-1960, by Jennifer S. Light: reviewed, 108:165–67

Nature of Gold, The: An Environmental History of the Klondike Gold Rush, by Kathryn Morse: reviewed, 101:523–24

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

Nature's Metropolis: Chicago and the Great West, by William Cronon: reviewed, 90:307–8

Nature's New Deal: The Civilian Conservation Corps and the Roots of the American Environmental Movement, by Neil M. Maher: reviewed, 106:135–37

Nauvoo, Ill., 105:244–46; abolition of city charter, 105:233; map of, 105:239; Mormons in, 105:229–36

Navajo Indians: poverty of, 107:361

Naval History Division (Washington, D.C.), 69:392



Naval Letter Series, 69:394

Navarino, Greece: naval battle, 107:565

Navon, Mr. ——, 71:27

Navy Cross, 110:90



Navy Cross–Vietnam; Citations of Awards to Men of the United States Navy and the United States Marine Corps, 1964–1973, edited by Paul Drew Stevens: noted, 88:243

Nazareth, Ky., 72:387

Nazareth Academy (Nelson County, Ky.): and slavery, 108:247

Nazi Prisoners of War in America,by Arnold Kammer, 105:419

Nazism, 93:338–39, 95:135, 140–41, 149, 151, 160, 162, 166–67, 170, 172, 178–79; and German POWs, 105:440–42, 449, 454

Ndiaye, Pap A.: Nylon and Bombs: DuPont and the March of Modern America, reviewed, 105:357–58

Neace family, 68:227

Neal, Beverly: and civil rights protests in Louisville, Ky., 109:371

Neal, Jacob, 88:147

Neal, Jarrett: book review by, 106:132–33

Neal, Jean: ii (Jan.)

Neal, Julia: book review by, 79:371–72

Neal, M. H., 97:302

Neal, Patricia, 83:126

Neal, Sterling: red-scare tactics used against, 104:222–23, 247

Neal, Steve: Dark Horse: A Biography of Wendell Willkie, reviewed, 82:417–18; The Eisenhowers: Reluctant Dynasty, reviewed, 78:291–93

Near Andersonville: Winslow Homer's Civil War, by Peter H. Wood: reviewed, 109:252–53

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

Neary, Donna M.: oral history interviews with Thomas D. Clark, 103:333; and Patti Linn, Riverside, The Farnsley-Moremen Landing: The Restoration of a Way of Life, noted, 98:134–35

Neb, Theodore H., 81:154, 160–61

Nebraska, 69:153, 72:362, 81:255, 271–73; African American legislators in, 110:541–42; bookmobile projects in, 95:60

Needlework Guild of America, 82:258

Neel, Malinda, 110:517–18

Neel, William C., 79:331

Neely, Mark E. Jr., 106:433–34, 110:338–39; The Abraham Lincoln Encyclopedia, reviewed, 81:79–81; "American Nationalism in the Image of Henry Clay: Abraham Lincoln's Eulogy on Henry Clay in Context," 106:537–70; article by, 103:530–31; book review by, 77:148–49; Boundaries of American Political Culture in the Civil War Era, The, reviewed, 103:566–68; Fate of Liberty, The: Abraham Lincoln and Civil Liberties, review essay, 106:435–36; and Harold Holzer, and Gabor S. Boritt, The Confederate Image: Prints of the Lost Cause, reviewed, 86:189–90; and Harold Holzer, Mine Eyes Have Seen the Glory: The Civil War in Art, reviewed, 92:326–27; Lincoln and the Triumph of the Nation: Constitutional Conflict in the American Civil War, reviewed, 110:215–17; Lincoln article by, 106:299–302, 304–5; and R. Gerald McMurtry, The Insanity File: The Case of Mary Todd Lincoln, reviewed, 85:167–88

Neely, Sylvia: book review by, 82:183–85

Neem, Johann N.: book review by, 100:214–15

Neeson, Liam, 98:379

Neff, Emery Edward, 97:120

Neff, Lieutenant ——, 73:413

Negdi (Arabian tribe), 100:478

Negley, James, 96:318

Negotiating for Georgia: British-Creek Relations in the Trustee Era, 1733–1752, by Julie Anne Sweet: reviewed, 104:302–4

Negro American League (baseball), 99:113

Negro Creek (Ky.), 68:121

Negro Family, The: The Case for National Action, by Daniel Patrick Moynihan: and African American poverty, 107:353–54

Negro Labor Council, 104:223, 231

Negro Library Conference, 93:164, 175

"Negro Politics and the Suffrage Question in Kentucky, 1866–1872," by Victor B. Howard, 72:111–33

"Negro Slavery and the Civil War," by Robert J. Breckinridge, 69:376

Negro State Convention, 98:166

Nehru, Jawaharlal: and John Sherman Cooper, 82:31, 33–37, 41–44, 46–47, 49, 51, 57–59

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

Neider, Charles: The Complete Tales of Washington Irving, reviewed, 75:347–48; ed., The Comic Mark Twain Reader, reviewed, 76:74–76

Neighbours, Kenneth Franklin: Robert Simpson Neighbors and the Texas Frontier: 1836–1859, reviewed, 76:69–70

Neill, James Clinton, 71:19

Neither Lady nor Slave: Working Women of the Old South, edited by Susanna Delfino and Michele Gillespie: reviewed, 100:522–24

Nekrassoff, Philippe: D-Day research, 102:39–40



Nell (film), 96:133

Nelli, Bert S., 86:120, 97:101, 109:436; "Adolph Rupp, the Kentucky Wildcats, and the Basketball Scandal of 1951," 84:51–75; book note by, 88:240; book reviews by, 90:409–10, 92:98–99, 94:303–5; "Herman L. Donovan and the Emergence of 'Big-Time' Athletics at the University of Kentucky," 88:163–82; oral history interviews with Thomas D. Clark, 103:447–48; The Winning Tradition: A History of Kentucky Wildcat Basketball (1984), reviewed, 83:269–70; The Winning Tradition: A History of Kentucky Wildcat Basketball (1998) reviewed, 97:459–60

Nelli, Steve: and Bert S. Nelli, The Winning Tradition: A History of Kentucky Wildcat Basketball (1998), reviewed, 97:459–60

Nelms, Willie E., 82:151–69, 97:94; "Cora Wilson Stewart and the Crusade Against Illiteracy in Kentucky," 74:10–29; Cora Wilson Stewart: Crusader Against Illiteracy, reviewed, 96:88–90

Nelson, Dana D.: book reviews by, 100:528–29, 102:104–6

Nelson, Dave, 83:237–38

Nelson, D. G., 100:305

Nelson, Donald: War Production Board, 104:495–96

Nelson, Emily, 73:420

Nelson, Gaylord, 77:44

Nelson, Harold W.: and Jay Luvaas, eds., The U.S. Army War College Guide to the Battle of Antietam: The Maryland Campaign of 1862, noted, 87:94; and Jay Luvaas, eds., The U.S. Army War College Guide to the Battle of Gettysburg, noted, 86:99–100

Nelson, H. B., 94:143

Nelson, Horatio, 93:281

Nelson, Jacquelyn S.: Indiana Quakers Confront the Civil War, reviewed, 90:299–330

Nelson, Jim, 68:9

Nelson, Larry L.: book reviews by, 105:110–11, 106:87–88; "Dudley's Defeat and the Relief of Fort Meigs during the War of 1812," 104:5–42

Nelson, Mariah Burton, 109:451; and girls' basketball, 109:158–59

Nelson, Megan Kate: Ruin Nation: Destruction and the American Civil War, reviewed, 110:597–99

Nelson, Paul David, 89:63; Anthony Wayne: Soldier of the Early Republic, reviewed, 84:320–23; book reviews by, 75:68–69, 76:68–69, 81:88–89, 84:324–25, 86:377–78, 88:468–69, 90:388–89, 95:185–86, 96:399–400, 101:334–35; "From Intolerance to Moderation: The Evolution of Abraham Lincoln's Racial Views," 72:1–9; The Life of William Alexander, Lord Stirling, reviewed, 87:169–70; Lincoln article by, 106:299; "'Mad' Anthony Wayne and the Kentuckians of the 1790s," 84:1–17; William Tryon and the Course of Empire: A Life in British Imperial Justice, reviewed, 89:305–6

Nelson, Scott: and Carol Sheriff, People at War, A: Civilians and Soldiers in America's Civil War, 1854-1877, reviewed, 106:265–67

Nelson, Thomas, 72:80, 81:17

Nelson, W. Dale: The President Is at Camp David, reviewed, 93:502

Nelson, William ("Bull"), 72:183, 305, 73:297, 403, 74:287, 76:10, 85:30, 88:284–85, 96:241–42, 316–17, 322–24, 328–31, 97:254, 99:346–47, 105:71; battle of Richmond, 108:54, 56

Nelson, William (historian), 74:64

Nelson-Campbell, Deborah Hubbard: Journals of Tommie L. Hubbard, The: Life in Madison County, Kentucky, 1898–1900, noted, 104:814

Nelson County, Kentucky: A Pictorial History, by Dixie Hibbs: noted, 88:369

Nelson County, Ky., 69:113, 117, 234, 70:14, 219–20, 224, 247, 71:347, 349, 73:357–58, 366, 428, 74:244, 90:120, 140–64, 95:10, 29, 97:131, 104:257; Beauchamp-Cook tombstone in, 104:88; Catholic slaveholders in, 101:287; Christianity and Progressivism in, 87:144–61; courthouses in, 70:335; economic development of, 106:353–54; free African Americans in, 109:300; out-migration, 106:366; slave trade in, 106:360

Nelson family, 68:222

Nemec, Mark R.: Ivory Towers and Nationalist Minds: Universities, Leadership, and the Development of the American State, reviewed, 104:741–42

Nemerov, Alexander: Frederic Remington and Turn-of-the-Century America, reviewed, 94:447–49

Nenninger, Timothy K., 99:123; book reviews by, 82:87–89, 88:227–28

Neo-Colonial style: in Louisville, Ky., 107:63

Neo-Federal style: in Louisville, Ky., 107:63

Neon, Ky., 90:350, 356

Neosho, Mo., 70:81

Nerinckx, Charles, 68:254–58, 260; and Catholicism in Ky., 97:353, 365–66, 368–70; and Jesuits in Ky., 108:215–16, 218–19; slaves of, 101:288, 108:217; view of slavery, 108:227

Nerinckx–Kentucky–Loretto, 1804–1851: Augustin C. Wand and M. Lilliana Owens, S. L., eds., reviewed, 72:411–12

Nerney, May Childs, 78:46, 48–49

Nestor, George, 89:7

Neth, Mary, 108:327

Netherland, Benjamin, 81:120

"Netherworld of War: The Dominion System and the Contours of Federal Occupation in Kentucky," by Christopher Phillips, 110:327–61

Nett, Carl A., 68:270

Netter, Gabriel, 77:4–5, 110:177; Civil War service of, 110:172–74

Nettles, Tom, 94:284

Nettleton, Asahel: and revivalism, 106:189

Nettuno, Italy: during World War II, 110:74

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

Network of Women in State Government, 99:255

Neu, Charles, 95:289

Neuenschwander, John A.: books by, 104:644; oral history roundtable discussion panelist, 104:643–73

Neuf-Brisach, Germany: during World War II, 110:84–85

Neuman—: quoted, 68:70

Neuman, Fred G., 92:150, 152, 167, 102:202; and Catherine Neuman Adams, The Story of Paducah, noted, 78:296; review of J. Winston Coleman's Slavery Times in Kentucky, 103:716

Neumann, Caryn E.: book note by, 92:453–54; book reviews by, 105:153–55, 106:238–40

Neutrality Act of 1818: and filibustering, 105:571, 585; prosecution of members of 1850 López expedition, 105:613

Nevada, 72:353; library projects in, 95:60



Never Surrender: Confederate Memory and Conservatism in the South Carolina Upcountry, by W. Scott Poole: reviewed, 103:801–3

Neville, John (Lord Latimer), 72:416

Nevins, Allan, 68:84, 69:178, 73:347, 86:11, 89:363, 100:275, 101:425, 110:183, 443, 472; and oral history, 104:389–90, 617–18

Nevitt, Charles A., 103:60

New, Richard, 71:414

New Age Now Begins, A: A People's History of the American Revolution, by Page Smith: reviewed, 75:58–60

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