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



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New Albany, Ind., 95:396, 421; free African Americans in, 109:322; Presbyterians in, 68:292–310

New Albany,Ind.: sectionalism, slavery, and education in, 68:292–310

New Albany, Ind.: theological seminary in, 68:292–97, 302, 304, 307, 309–10; and the Underground Railroad, 109:324



New American Dream Machine, The: Toward A Simpler Lifestyle in an Environmental Age, by Robert L. Sansom: reviewed, 76:79–81

New and Complete System of Teaching the Horse on Phrenological Principles, A, by Denton Offutt: publication of, 108:187

Newark (N.J.) Daily Advertiser: on Brutus J. Clay, 75:215

Newark (N.J.) Evening News: on Fred M. Vinson, 75:309–10

Newark High School (New Jersey): high school girls' basketball at, 109:165

New Bern, N.C., 70:31, 74:310

New Berne expedition (1862), 73:319

Newberry, Anthony: book review by, 78:287–89

Newberry Library (Chicago, Ill.), 76:195

Newberry's (Richmond, Ky.): desegregation of, 109:385

New Brunswick, Canada: coal strike in, 107:510

Newburg, N.Y., 105:404

Newburg Elementary School (Jefferson County, Ky.), 105:6–7; desegregation, 105:20

Newburgh High School (Newburgh, Ind.): girls' basketball at, 109:185

Newburg Road (Louisville, Ky.), 107:33

Newburyport, Mass., 69:43

Newby, I. A.: book reviews by, 81:313–14, 91:357–58, 92:99–101, 93:356–57; Plain Folk in the New South: Social Change and Cultural Persistence, 1880–1915, reviewed, 88:103–4; The South: A History, reviewed, 78:70–72

New Carthage, Miss.: Civil War campaign, 105:672

New Castle, Ky., 110:541

New Castle Presbytery (New York), 106:170

New Cathedrals, The: Politics and Media in the History of Stadium Construction, by Robert C. Trumpbour: reviewed, 105:187–89

New College, Oxford University: Robert Penn Warren, degree from, 104:78

Newcomb, Herman D., 76:302

Newcomb, Horatio D., 106:58–59

Newcomb, Rexford, 69:313

Newcomb, Richard F.: A Pictorial History of the Vietnam War, reviewed, 86:195–96

Newcombe, Don, 82:386, 99:116

New Court Party: and the bank issue in Ky., 78:20–22



New Covenant Bound, by T. Crunk: noted, 107:629

New Crusades, The New Holy Land: Conflict in the Southern Baptist Convention, 1969-1991, by David T. Morgan: reviewed, 94:210–12

New Day/New Deal: A Bibliography of the Great American Depression, 1929–141, compiled by David E. Kyvig and Mary-Ann Blasio: noted, 87:96–97

New Deal, 70:130, 72:245, 79:48, 80:309–10, 313–18, 321, 325–28, 85:95–96, 275–76, 291, 90:85, 256–83, 358, 92:196, 93:446–64, 96:375, 99:43, 365, 104:399, 440–41, 450, 456, 464, 479, 501, 622, 105:462, 107:50, 343, 365, 109:395; and African Americans, 110:547; and Arthur Larson, 105:470; big dam projects of, 107:328; and the CCC in Ky., 90:367; and Dwight David Eisenhower, 105:464; and employment, 107:314–17; legacy of, 104:601–2; in Lexington, Ky., 90:256–83; liberalism of, 107:336; and Louis D. Brandeis, 77:38–39, 42; policies, 107:367–68; and the Republican Party, 108:379; and rural Ky., 84:146–91; Samuel M. Wilson's view of, 103:53; Thomas D. Clark commentary on, 103:235



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

New Deal Fat Cats: Business, Labor, and Campaign Finance in the 1936 Presidential Election, by Michael J. Webber: reviewed, 100:105–7

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

"New Deal in the Cold War, A: Carl D. Perkins, Coal, and the Political Economy of Poverty in Eastern Kentucky," by Robert S. Weise, 107:305, 307–38



New Deal in the Urban South, by Douglas L. Smith: reviewed, 87:80–81

New Deal Justice: The Life of Stanley Reed of Kentucky, by John D. Fassett: reviewed, 93:212–13

New Decatur, Ala., 97:195

New Departure Democrats: See Democratic Party

New Design, 69:270

New Diamond Mine (Hopkins County, Ky.), 90:100

Newell, C.: History of the Revolution in Texas, 71:17

Newell, Linda King: et al., Mormon Enigma: Emma Hale Smith: Prophet's Wife, "Elect Lady," Polygamy's Foe, reviewed, 83:275–77

New Encyclopedia of Southern Culture, The : vol. 1, Religion, edited by Samuel S. Hill, reviewed, 105:176–78; vol. 10, Law and Politics, edited by James W. Ely and Bradley G. Bond, reviewed, 106:291–92; vol. 12, Music, edited by Bill C. Malone, reviewed, 107:132–34; vol. 15, Urbanization, edited by Wanda Rushing, reviewed, 107:623–25; vol. 16: Sports & Recreation, edited by Harvey H. Jackson III, noted, 109:149; vol. 17: Education, edited by Clarence L. Mohr, noted, 109:278; vol. 8, Environment, edited by Martin Melosi, reviewed, 106:137–38

New England, 69:37, 39, 50, 62, 76, 84, 325, 337, 70:35, 39, 61, 184, 318, 326, 71:218, 346, 72:144, 151, 421, 73:243, 98:399, 105:70, 107:254, 108:9, 110:445, 539–40; coal markets of, 107:322; Congregationalists in, 69:41; out-migration, 106:365; Shakers in, 109:7–8; and slavery, 109:295; town development in, 107:39

New England Association of Oral Historians: disappearance of, 104:628

New England Courant, 76:163–64

New Englander: on concealed weapons, 81:137

New England Life Mutual Insurance Company: and George Chescheir, 105:421, 458



New England Weekly Review (Hartford, Conn.), 69:164

New Era, 72:245, 105:463

"New Era in the Writing of Kentucky History, A," by J. Crawford Crowe, 68:285–91

Newfoundland: fishery issue, 107:563

New Hampshire, 69:39, 63, 71:457, 72:403, 93:182, 183

New Harmony, Ind., 70:347, 71:328



New Harvest: Forgotten Stories of Kentucky's Jesse Stuart, edited by David R. Palmore: listed, 102:152–53

New Haven, Conn., 68:353, 73:381

New Haven, Ind., 71:187

New Haven, Ky., 71:428, 436, 72:21–22, 108:73



New History and the Old: Critical Essays and Reappraisals, by Gertrude Himmelfarb: reviewed, 86:285–86

New History of Kentucky, A, by Lowell H. Harrison and James C. Klotter, 97:84, 105:90, 110:468, 470–72, 474; illus., 105:91; reviewed, 96:307–14

New History of Muhlenberg County, by Paul Camplin: reviewed, 83:270–72

New Hope Church-Dallas (Ga.): battle at, 94:163, 172

New Jersey, 69:37, 52, 343, 70:137, 71:320, 346, 447, 99:268, 105:591; African American legislators in, 110:555; election of 1864, 103:684–85, 106:470; emigration to Indiana, 108:338; high school girls' basketball in, 109:158, 165; triracial isolate group in, 102:212

New Kent County, Va.: school integration, 101:247–49, 257

Newland, Carl T.: and civil rights protests in Richmond, Ky., 109:383–84, 387

New Leader, 84:288

New Lebanon, N.Y., 69:232, 70:189, 192

New Left, 104:245

New Liberty, Ky.: and Federal occupation of Ky., 110:335



New Light on the Tyrant George III, by J. H. Plumb: reviewed, 78:179–80

New Lights: and revivalism, 110:6

New Madrid, Mo., 68:364, 69:259, 70:165, 262; earthquakes, 71:51–67, 72:398–402, 75:237, 77:25–26, 28, 108–10, 97:42–44

New Madrid Earthquakes of 1811–1812, The, by James Penick Jr.: reviewed, 75:150–53

Newman, Benjamin, 72:25

Newman, Jennifer: book review by, 105:477–78

Newman, John W., 75:31, 44, 46

Newman, Mark: Divine Agitators: The Delta Ministry and Civil Rights in Mississippi, reviewed, 101:553–54

Newman, Paul Douglas: book note by, 90:427–28; book reviews by, 101:131–33, 105:104–6

Newman, Ralph C.: Abraham Lincoln, His Story in his Own Words, reviewed, 73:426–28

Newman, Robert, 84:13

Newman's Ridge (Tenn.): Melungeons in, 102:211, 219

New Market, Ky., 71:186, 72:28



New Masses, 84:288; reporting on Harlan County, Ky., 107:479

New Men, New Cities, New South: Atlanta, Nashville, Charleston, Mobile, 1860–1910, by Don H. Doyle: reviewed, 89:106–7

New Men: Manliness in Early America, edited by Thomas A. Foster: reviewed, 110:101–3

New Mexico, 69:8, 71:324, 72:425; acquisition of, 107:572; "Moonlight Schools" in, 74:25; and slavery, 110:309

New Mexico School of Mines (Socorro, N.M.), 68:189

Newmyer, R. Kent: John Marshall and the Heroic Age of the Supreme Court, reviewed, 100:73–75

Newnan, Ga., 74:295

New Nuns, The: Racial Justice and Religious Reform in the 1960s, by Amy I. Koehlinger: reviewed, 105:762–64

New Orleans (steamboat), 71:54, 58–59

New Orleans (steamboat), 75:237

New Orleans, La., 68:64, 345, 69:7, 151, 248, 254, 70:42, 67, 104, 189, 192–95, 288, 290, 292, 71:10–12, 16, 54, 59, 74, 79–80, 82–83, 88–89, 129–30, 134–35, 272, 364, 366–67, 383, 469, 72:11, 39, 146, 156, 159, 169, 302, 339, 398, 73:319, 74:60, 66, 300, 75:4, 78:108, 90:324, 326, 92:7, 93:267, 292, 95:7, 26–27, 250–52, 277–78, 100:335–36, 343, 105:585, 588, 598, 613, 106:11; 1849 attempt to invade Cuba, 105:580; Abraham Lincoln's trips to, 106:356–57, 108:180; architectural styles in, 103:502; battle of, 68:248–50, 72:337, 98:112–13, 376, 106:25, 473; black branch library in, 93:161; Board of Trade, 76:39; filibustering recruiting efforts in, 105:580, 585; and the Flexner family, 110:177; George A. Ellsworth in, 108:12, 19; Henry Clay Jr. in, 106:8–9; and Jefferson Davis, 107:208; and Jesuits, 108:222, 225–26, 228–29; Ky. Regiment at, 105:586–87, 600–602; Matthew Kennedy in, 103:500–502; and Mississippi River navigation, 107:26; National Convention of African American Men, 98:171; Office of Discount and Deposite, 70:195; port of and Ky., 70:312–17; and Reconstruction, 110:572; recruitment of African American soldiers, 106:466–67; slavery in, 106:360, 457; slave trading in, 110:316; students from at Saint Joseph's College, 108:242–43; trade at, 106:358; trade during Civil War, 110:353; trade with, 108:178–79; violence in, 76:170–72



New Orleans After the Promises: Poverty, Citizenship, and the Search for the Great Society, by Kent B. Germany: reviewed, 105:562–63

New Orleans and Ohio Railway, 97:306, 309



New Orleans Bee, 71:12

New Orleans Crescent: on Matt Ward trial, 84:143

New Orleans Delta, 105:586

New Orleans on Parade: Tourism and the Transformation of the Crescent City, by J. Mark Souther: reviewed, 105:332–35

New Orleans Picayune, 75:237, 94:254; on Fred M. Vinson, 75:307–8; reports on 1850 López expedition, 105:600

New Orleans Times-Democrat, 108:59; George A. Ellsworth's memoir in, 108:13, 15–42, 73–110

New Orleans Times-Picayune, 108:13

New Perspectives on Race and Slavery in America: Essays in Honor of Kenneth M. Stampp, edited by Robert H. Abzug and Stephen E. Maizlish: reviewed, 85:174–76

Newport (Ky.) Local, 74:307, 98:154, 178

Newport (Ky.) News, 69:338

Newport, Ky., 69:115, 129–30, 181, 190, 338, 70:135, 72:337, 341, 79:41, 91:259, 92:21, 94:39, 66, 95:396, 98:167, 99:251, 101:15, 104:15; arsenal of, 88:404–8, 417; members of Ky. Regiment from, 105:583, 593; organized crime in, 98:343–65; PTA in, 95:75; recruiting rendezvous during War of 1812, 105:213–14; Vicksburg campaign victory celebration, 103:659

Newport, Ky., army barracks, 96:3

Newport, R.I., 110:178

Newport Academy (Newport, Ky.), 69:129

Newport Bowling Lanes (Newport, Ky.): desegregation of, 109:382

Newport Civic Association, 98:349

Newport Ministerial Association, 98:349, 351

Newport News, Va., 88:45, 101:308; Shipbuilding and Dry Dock Company, 88:48

Newport Paper and Printing Company (Newport, Ky.), 87:417

New Providence Presbyterian Church (Mayville, Tenn.), 74:105

New Republic, 78:51, 91:190, 194; articles in, 104:423–24; on J. B. Matthews, 84:287

New Republic, The, 72:69

New River, 70:151–52, 71:401

New River Trail, 69:287

New Sabin, The: Books Described by Joseph Sabin and His Successors, Now Described Again on the Basis of Examination of Originals and Fully Indexed by Title, Subject, Joint Authors, and Institutions and Agencies, by Lawrence Thompson: reviewed, 73:433

New Salem, Ill., 69:196, 106:367, 108:171, 180; Denton Offutt in, 108:173–74, 181–84; description of, 108:182; settlement of, 106:364; and Upland South culture, 106:370



News and Truths, 74:122

"New Scholarship on John G. Fee and the Early Years of Berea College," by John David Smith, 95:79–85

"New School Presbyterian Seminary in Woodford County," by Harold M. Parker Jr., 74:99–111

New Side Synod (New York), 106:170

Newsome Crushed Stone & Quarry Company (Knoxville, Tenn.), 92:57

New South, 79:226; regional identity of, 110:578



New South Creed, The: A Study in Southern Mythmaking, by Paul M. Gaston: reviewed, 68:372–73

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

Newspaper Press in Kentucky, The, by Herndon J. Evans: reviewed, 76:155–57

Newstaedter, J. A., 70:261–62



Newsweek, 91:194, 195, 197, 95:296, 106:440; on Henry H. Denhardt, 84:388; on the media as historians, 92:402

"New Thoughts on an Old Theme," by Thomas B. Jones, 69:293–318

Newton, Joseph, 69:257

Newton, Judy Ann: and Michael Newton, The Ku Klux Klan: An Encyclopedia, noted, 89:433–34

Newton, Kansas: i (Jan.)

Newton, William, 69:61

Newton Theological Seminary (Andover, Mass.), 110:539–40

"New Towns," 107:366, 369; and the Council of the Southern Mountains, 107:346–48; programs of, 107:352



New Woman in Alabama: Social Reforms and Suffrage, 1890–1920, by Mary Martha Thomas: reviewed, 91:450–51

"New Women": expectations of, 101:46–49, 51–53



New Women of the New South: The Leaders of the Woman Suffrage Movement in the Southern States, by Marjorie Spruill Wheeler: reviewed, 92:101–2

"'New Wrinkle for Rural Uplift': Henry Hardin Cherry and His Famous Chautauquas," by Jonathan Jeffrey, 92:267–87

New York, 69:7, 38, 61, 63, 150, 155, 241, 70:19, 61, 95, 135, 71:314, 373, 447, 72:38, 51, 139, 331, 105:220, 107:213, 343; coal markets of, 107:322; identification with presidents, 106:480; Jesuits in, 108:237; and Robert F. Kennedy's senate campaign, 107:382–83; Shakers in, 109:6; Southern Tier Counties of, 107:382–85; and treatment of tuberculosis, 105:635; triracial isolate group in, 102:212

New York (ship), 97:183

New York, N.Y., 68:2, 10, 26, 33, 35, 182, 257, 69:16, 39, 52, 57, 59, 91, 153, 181, 238, 318, 326, 387, 71:81, 217, 393, 461, 72:282, 298, 73:277, 278, 283, 378, 431, 74:262, 310, 99:103, 118, 367, 385, 100:56, 175, 183, 200, 494, 105:580, 107:226; 1864 attempt to burn, 75:82; community development in, 107:386; Cooper Institute, 106:308; election of 1844 in, 100:464–65; filibustering efforts in, 105:582; Jews in, 110:167; and Mary Todd Lincoln, 109:200; port of, 110:408; poverty in, 107:382; Vicksburg campaign victory celebration, 103:654; during World War II, 101:91–92

New York Asylum for Widows and Orphans (New York, N.Y.): and John S. Rarey, 108:204

New York Avenue Presbyterian Church, 70:129

New York Central Railroad, 94:282

New York City Independent, 96:43

New York Courier and Enquirer, 81:190

New York Daily News, 71:333

New York Daily Tribune, 99:347

New Yorker, 71:201, 74:151, 100:2, 101:485; on Duncan Hines, 97:41

New York Evangelist, 73:233

New York Evening Post, 96:363

New York Evening Star, 75:203

New York Freeman: on domestic servants, 85:127, 129, 130

New York Giants, 99:118

New York Greek Committee, 72:167

New York Herald, 74:8, 172, 179, 98:19, 105:660; John S. Rarey statement in, 108:204; Lincoln-Haycraft correspondence, 106:310; on Matt Ward trial, 84:117; reaction to Grant's Vicksburg campaign, 103:650–51

New York Herald-Tribune, 76:124; on Fred M. Vinson, 75:309; on prohibition, 92:190

New York Independent: on Don Carlos Buell, 96:328

New York Journal of Commerce, 71:333

New York Observer, 73:226, 233, 236

New York Public Library (New York, N.Y.), 69:183

New York Public Library (New York, N.Y), 93:174, 96:277, 103:59

New York Recorder: and the Shakers, 109:23

New York Society for the Prevention of Vice, 87:416

New York State Library School, 93:174

New York Sun: on tobacco fund, 82:258

New York Supreme Court: and Denton Offutt's lawsuit, 108:203, 205



New York Times, 72:69, 167, 81:31, 36, 94:249, 254, 95:297, 98:371, 373, 407, 415, 416, 421, 426, 427, 100:2, 276, 101:437, 102:181, 104:425, 681, 106:374, 107:180, 108:203, 109:72, 110:380, 563; on A. B. ("Happy") Chandler, 80:312; on battleships, 88:48; book review by, 92:260; and the Braden case, 104:226; and Denton Offutt's lawsuit, 108:205; on Duncan Hines, 97:40, 41; on Fred M. Vinson, 75:309, 312; and Garrett Davis, 110:377; on girls' basketball, 109:158; headline on Vicksburg campaign, illus., 103:652; on Henry H. Denhardt, 84:388; on homicide, 81:136–37; on J. B. Matthews, 84:297, 300; on John Sherman Cooper, 82:30; Joseph Holt's letter in, 110:409; on lynching, 84:272; on Matt Ward trial, 84:116, 130; POW escape, 105:443, 448; on prohibition, 92:184, 190; reaction to Grant's Vicksburg campaign, 103:651–54; reporting on Harlan County, Ky., 107:475–76, 478–85, 492, 495; and slavery issue, 110:387; on USS Kentucky, 88:79; on Valentine Hatfield, 87:402; on William English Walling, 96:369

New York Tribune, 106:438, 440, 574; biographical sketch of Grant, 103:645; headline on Vicksburg campaign, illus., 103:648; reaction to Grant's Vicksburg campaign, 103:647–50; Thomas Hutchison interview, 106:421; on World War I, 96:370

New York University (New York City, N.Y.), 68:190

New York University (New York, N.Y.), 96:274, 278, 291–92, 98:407; and Lowell H. Harrison, 105:33, 81–83

New York World, 71:333; and African American colonization, 110:388; reaction to Grant's Vicksburg campaign, 103:637

New York World-Telegram: on Fred M. Vinson, 75:309

New York Yankees, 99:99–100, 104, 105, 113, 118

New Zealand, 96:305

New Zealand Purchasing Commission, 104:525



Next of Kin (film), 98:379

Niagara, N.Y., 68:25

Niagara Falls (N.Y.), 72:62

Niagara Falls, N.Y., 68:32, 328

Niagara Movement, 96:365, 109:321

Niblos Garden (New York, N.Y.): John S. Rarey at, 108:202

Nicaragua: William Walker expedition to, 105:614

Nice, France, 68:147

Nichaus, John, 93:53–55, 58–60, 66

Nicholas, Christopher McKnight: Promise and Peril: America at the Dawn of a Global Age, reviewed, 110:127–29

Nicholas, George, 70:40, 43, 46–47, 124, 317, 71:313, 72:310, 73:217, 75:110, 153, 180, 76:269, 77:77–81, 84–85, 87, 78:2, 6, 79:28, 81:251, 89:9, 90:133, 232, 91:12, 94:115, 95:337, 339–40, 352, 354–55, 361–67, 100:452, 105:49; and André Michaux, 71:373–74, 376, 379, 390; proslavery arguments of`, 102:23–24

Nicholas, George Ann: marriage of, 76:269

Nicholas, Hetty Morrison, 79:28

Nicholas, Newton, 82:245

Nicholas, Robert Carter, 77:77

Nicholas, Samuel S., 69:323, 72:162, 75:109, 106:59

Nicholas, Wilson Cary, 70:43, 316, 72:427

Nicholas County, Ky., 71:112, 72:124, 75:1; courthouses in, 70:335; Daniel Boone's surveys near, 102:553; free African Americans in, 109:300; politics in, 79:162–74



Nicholasville (Ky.) Democrat: and slavery debate, 110:312–13

Nicholasville, Ky., 70:137, 71:304, 72:119, 129, 92:353, 357, 360–61, 363, 95:407, 416–17, 421, 423; black churches in, 110:322; during Civil War, 110:494; free blacks in, 110:321; Twenty-second Wisconsin Infantry Regiment at, 106:587

Nichols, David A.: book reviews by, 94:306–8, 101:507–8; Red Gentlemen & White Savages: Indians, Federalists, and the Search for Order on the American Frontier, reviewed, 107:93–95

Nichols, Roger L.: book review by, 93:235–37

Nichols, Roy F.: The Invention of the American Political Parties: A Study of Political Improvisation, reviewed, 71:195–98

Nichols-Casebolt, Ann: book review by, 102:128–29

Nichols General Hospital (Louisville, Ky.), 100:146

Nicholson, Amariah Purcell, 90:96

Nicholson, Amber: Kentucky Historical Society scholarly research fellow, 107:298

Nicholson, George Harrison, 90:106–7

Nicholson, John, 70:318–24

Nicholson, Samuel, 70:322

Nicholson, Sarah, 99:257

Nicholson, William B. ("Bill"), 99:112

Nickell, Joe, 90:52–53; Ambrose Bierce Is Missing and Other Historical Mysteries, reviewed, 91:118; book review by, 93:240–42; Pen, Ink, and Evidence: A Study of Writing and Writing Materials for the Penman, Collector, and Document Detective, reviewed, 89:430–31; Real or Fake: Studies in Authentication, reviewed, 107:625–26

Nickels, Cameron C.: Civil War Humor, reviewed, 109:99–101

Nickeson, Jennifer: Kentucky Historical Society scholarly research fellow, 107:297

Nicks, Roy S.: Community Colleges of Tennessee: The Founding and Early Years, noted, 79:97–98

Nickson, Richard: and Junius Irving Scales, Cause at Heart: A Former Communist Remembers, reviewed, 85:389–90

Nicolaevsky, Boris: Forced Labor in Soviet Russia, 72:83

Nicolaisen, Peter: Peter S. Onuf, Andrew J. O'Shaughnessy, and Leonard J. Sadosky, eds., Old World, New World: America and Europe in the Age of Jefferson, reviewed, 107:591–93

Nicolay, John G., 73:328, 75:204; and Joseph Holt, 110:405, 432; and the Magniadas Lincoln medal, 109:193–94

Niebuhr, Reinhold, 70:15, 71:320, 78:150, 84:264, 90:347; influence on Edward F. Prichard, 104:427–28

Niedermeier, Lynn E.: book review by, 99:412–13; Eliza Calvert Hall: Kentucky Author and Suffragist, reviewed, 106:72–73; "That Mighty Band of Maidens": A History of Potter College for Young Ladies, Bowling Green, Kentucky, 1889–1909, reviewed, 100:354–56

Niehaus, Charles Henry, 90:93

Nield, ——, 86:225

Nielson, Carl, 79:349

Nieman, Donald G.: and Christopher Waldrep, eds., Local Matters: Race, Crime, and Justice in the Nineteenth-Century South, reviewed, 100:370–71; ed., African American Life in the Post-Emancipation South, 1861–1900, vol. 10, African Americans and Education in the South, 1865–1900, reviewed, 92:428–29

Niemic, John, 97:438–39

Nienaber, Leonard, 90:259

Niendorff, Lieutenant ——, 102:60

Night Comes to the Cumberlands: A Biography of a Depressed Area, by Harry M. Caudill, 83:302, 312, 97:195–96, 101:4, 107:389, 492; reviewed by Thomas D. Clark, 103:281–82

Night Riders, 76:294–95, 299, 79:138, 141, 83:349, 90:180–81, 91:179, 100:313; murder of Axiom Cooper, 81:407–24; and the prosecution of David Amoss, 82:235–56



Night Riders by Robert Penn Warren, 104:82

Night Riders: Defending Community in the Black Patch, 1890–1915, by Christopher Waldrep: reviewed, 92:305–9
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