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



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Pachter, Marc: ed., Telling Lives: The Biographer's Art, noted, 80:479–80

Pacific Northwest, 72:415

Pacific Ocean, 72:397

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

Pack, Judy: basketball official rating of, 109:447

Packard, Edward W.: and Denton Offutt's lawsuit, 108:205

Packard Humanities Institute (Los Altos, Calif.), 105:249

Packenham, Edward, 77:261, 88:417

pack horse library: in eastern Ky., 95:57–77

Padilla, Jalynn Olsen: book review by, 110:219–21

Padouca Apaches, 92:164–65, 166, 168, 170, 174

Paducah (chief): and the naming of Paducah, Ky., 92:150–52, 158, 160–61, 173–74

Paducah (Ky.) Daily Herald: Federal occupation of Ky., 110:350

Paducah ( Ky.) Evening Star: on naming of Paducah, 92:153

Paducah (Ky.) Evening Sun: and high school girls' basketball, 109:166–67

Paducah (Ky.) Herald, 75:20, 22–23, 27, 110:512–13

Paducah (Ky.) Kentuckian, 71:39, 42

Paducah, 1830–1980, by John E. L. Robertson: reviewed, 80:217–18

Paducah, by John E. L. Robertson: noted, 103:843

Paducah, Ky., 68:179, 69:63, 113, 181, 249, 261, 279, 71:130, 236–38, 72:114, 126, 347, 350, 352, 375, 377–78, 384, 73:335, 74:24, 103, 185, 306, 77:3, 90:57, 92:26, 35, 93:260, 94:141, 268, 95:396, 98:393, 99:100:308, 136, 109:332, 110:504, 508, 515, 523, 524; during 1937 flood, 102:183–206; African Americans in, 97:305–7, 311–12, 315, 110:506–7, 509–10, 512, 514, 517–20, 522, 527; and Alben W. Barkley, 76:113, 123, 127, 130, 98:261–62, 264–65, 268, 270, 272, 274; and Chief Paduke, 90:56–57; during the Civil War, 68:312; during Civil War, 69:17–18, 21–22, 24, 26, 70:167, 194, 74:3–7, 99:341–43, 345–47, 349, 351, 355, 357, 110:375, 391–92, 452, 465, 469, 505–7, 506; expulsion of Jews from, 103:633–34, 646, 110:357; Freedmen's Bureau in, 110:239, 511–13, 520, 528; and General Orders, No. 11, 110:179–84; George Rogers Clark's land grant at, 68:70–80, 265–68; high school girls' basketball in, 109:161–67, 171, 186; historic floods in, 102:185–87; and the Illinois Central Railroad, 98:283, 286, 288–90, 293–94; Jews in, 110:170, 179, 182; lynchings in, 110:521; naming of, 92:149–74; proposal to relocate state capital to, 104:259; railroads in, 98:283, 286, 288–91, 293–94; and TVA dam construction near, 97:46–77

Paducah & Illinois Railroad, 98:291

"Paducah Affair: Bloodless Action that Altered the Civil War in the Mississippi Valley, The," by E. B. Long, 70:253–76



Paducah: A Pictorial History, by John E. L. Robertson: noted, 87:469

Paducah–Brookport Bridge (Paducah, Ky.), 69:250

Paducah Community College (Paducah, Ky.), 100:28

Paducah: Frontier to the Atomic Age, by John E. L. Robertson: reviewed, 100:508–10

Paducah High School (Paducah, Ky.): and girls' basketball, 109:162, 165–66

Paducah Junior College (Paducah, Ky.), 73:335; integration of, 101:244; and school desegregation, 109:349

Paducah News-Democrat, 90:176; on naming of Paducah, 92:153; on Night Riders, 81:421

Paducah Optimist Club (Paducah, Ky.), 73:335



Paducah Sun, 90:176, 100:14; on Barkley Dam, 88:197; on Night Riders, 81:420; on recession, 83:347–48

Paducah Tri-Weekly Herald, 77:266

Pagapo Indians: poverty of, 107:361

Page, Anne Bruce, 68:2, 4, 7

Page, Benjamin, 69:136

Page, David C., 69:58

Page, Gregory D., 99:49

Page, Harriet Eliza, 89:240

Page, Howard, 73:354

Page, John, 70:25, 89:240

Page, John R., 89:261

Page, Maggie, 89:262

Page, Mary, 89:262

Page, Mrs. Rosewell Sr., 68:3

Page, Mrs. W. A., 96:149

Page, Sebastian N.: book review by, 110:599–602

Page, Sebastian N., and Phillip W. Magness: Colonization After Emancipation: Lincoln and the Movement for Black Resettlement, reviewed, 109:250–52

Page, Thomas Nelson, 89:123, 91:33, 99:63; Kentucky journal of, 68:1–16; and the Lost Cause, 107:223

Page, Thomas S., 83:181; corruption of and Ky. politics, 89:239–65

Page, Tim, 97:323, 324

Page, Walter H., 68:372

Pagon, David, 69:258

Paige, Satchell, 82:386

Paine, Alice T.: book review by, 103:713–14

Paine, Christopher M., 97:87, 88; book notes by, 94:108–9

Paine, E. A., 69:113, 127, 70:202, 268, 76:213, 77:110; executions of, 109:72; and the Jackson Purchase, 110:507

Paine, James: fireworks displays of, 78:28–29

Paine, Thomas, 71:393, 80:277, 95:342

Paine, Thomas (Eddyville, Ky.), 79:327

Paine College (Augusta, Ga.), 99:63, 67

Painesville, Ohio, 68:27

Paint Creek Road (Ky.), 108:85

Painted Stone Station (Shelby County, Ky.), 84:253

Painter, ——, 89:150

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



Painting Professionals: Women Artists and the Development of Modern American Art, 1870–1930, by Kirsten Swinth: reviewed, 100:386–89

Paint Lick, Ky., 68:116, 128, 69:232, 73:331–32

Paint Lick Cemetery (Garrard County, Ky.), 87:12

Paintsville, Ky., 69:90, 273, 287, 78:201, 95:396; pack horse library, 95:62

Paisley, Thomas J.: and George Ratterman case, 98:355–56, 358–59, 360–61

Palermo, Joseph A.: In His Own Right: The Political Odyssey of Robert F. Kennedy, reviewed, 100:415–16

Palermo, Ky., 72:341

Palermo, Sicily: during World War II, 110:72



Palestine (steamboat), 71:453

Paley, William, 69:56

Paley, William S., 79:348

Palmer, A. Mitchell, 98:202, 104:451

Palmer, Baylor, 71:179–80, 187, 427, 432

Palmer, Bob, 108:107

Palmer, Bruce Jr.: The 25-Year War: America's Military Role in Vietnam, reviewed, 83:290–93; Intervention in the Caribbean: The Dominican Crisis of 1965, reviewed, 88:487–88

Palmer, Bryan D.: James P. Cannon and the Origins of the American Revolutionary Left, 1890–1928, reviewed, 105:509–10

Palmer, Captain—, 108:60

Palmer, Dave Richard: The Way of the Fox: American Strategy in the War for America, 1775–1783, reviewed, 74:63–65

Palmer, Dr. ——, 73:362

Palmer, Frederick, 99:150

Palmer, John M., 69:123–24, 70:203–4, 71:30–31, 72:111–12, 76:27–28, 30–32, 78:241, 86:64, 114, 371, 91:404, 98:159; Federal occupation of Ky., 110:475, 509

Palmer, Norman A., 75:37, 49

Palmer, Phyllis: Domesticity and Dirt: Housewives and Domestic Servants in the United States, 1920–1945, reviewed, 89:228–29

Palmer, Shelton: 114th Infantry Regiment, U.S. Colored Troops, 101:471

Palmer, Violet: and the National Basketball Association, 109:463

Palmer, William G.: book review by, 99:203–4

Palmerston, Henry John Temple, 68:375

Palmieri, Patricia, 89:74, 82

Palmore, Carol M., 99:279

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

Palmore, John S.: "The Role of Courts in the Development of Law," 71:335–43

Palo Alto, Mexico: battle of, 81:355, 362, 106:17, 22, 25, 27

Paludan, Phillip Shaw, 106:458, 461; book by, 103:525; Presidency of Abraham Lincoln, reviewed, 93:222–24

Palumbo, Ruth Ann, 99:273–74

Pamplona, Philippine Islands, 104:50

Panama Canal, 95:389, 99:126

Panama Congress (1826), 72:419, 94:355–56; and Henry Clay, 107:556–60, 567

Pancake, John: Samuel Smith and the Politics of Business: 1752–1839, 71:326

Pandit, Madame ——, 82:31

Pangburn, Hampton, 88:146



Panhandle Plains Historical Review, 68:190

Panic of 1819, 71:155, 72:47, 340, 73:248, 78:14–15, 125, 100:36, 41, 45, 435

Panic of 1837, 72:341, 76:252, 95:7, 100:50, 57, 462–63

Panic of 1857, 72:341



Panic of 1857 and the Coming of the Civil War, by James L. Huston: reviewed, 86:186–87

Panic of 1873, 78:223

Pankerton, Henry, 69:206, 208

Pankhurst, Emmeline, 72:350–51, 361, 363, 93:38

Panol, Rudy, 92:298–99

Panther Creek (Daviess County, Ky.), 74:87; battle of, 77:5



Panthers to Arrowheads: The 36th (Texas-Oklahoma) Division in World War I, by Lonnie J. White: reviewed, 83:373–75

Panucci, Francesco, 105:432–33, 436

Papago Indians, 74:342

Paper, Lewis J.: book by reviewed, 82:415–16



Papers of Andrew Jackson: vol. 3, 1814–1815, edited by Harold D. Moser et al., reviewed, 91:90–92; vol. 4, 1816–1820, edited by Harold D. Moser, David R. Hoth, and George H. Hoemann, reviewed, 93:98–99; vol. 5, 1821–1824, edited by Harold D. Moser and others, reviewed, 95:96–98

Papers of Andrew Johnson: vol. 10, February–July 1866, edited by Paul H. Bergeron, reviewed, 91:443–44; vol. 11, August 1886–January 1867, edited by Paul H. Bergeron, reviewed, 94:86–87; vol. 12, February–August 1867, edited by Paul H. Bergeron, reviewed, 94:446–47; vol. 13, September 1867–March 1868, edited by Paul H. Bergeron, reviewed, 95:323–24; vol. 9, September 1865–January 1866, edited by Paul H. Bergeron, reviewed, 90:407

Papers of Benjamin Franklin: Yale University edition of, 105:249

Papers of General Nathanael Greene: vol. 1, December 1766–December 1776; vol. 2, 1 January 1777–16 October 1778, edited by Richard K. Showman, Robert E. McCarthy, and Margaret Cobb, reviewed, 80:98–100; vol. 11, 7 April–30 September 1782, edited by Dennis M. Conrad, reviewed, 98:310–12; vol. 3, 18 October 1778–10 May 1779, edited by Richard K. Showman et al., reviewed, 82:400–401; vol. 4, 11 May 1779–31 October 1779, edited by Richard K. Showman, reviewed, 85:267–68; vol. 5, 1 November 1779–31 May 1780, edited by Richard K. Showman et al., reviewed, 88:206–7; vol. 6, 1 June 1780–25 December 1780, edited by Richard K. Showman, reviewed, 91:86–87; vol. 7, 26 December 1780–29 March 1781, edited by Richard K. Showman et al., reviewed, 93:97–98; vol. 8, 30 March–10 July 1781, edited by Dennis M. Conrad and others, reviewed, 94:309–11; vol. 9, 11 July 1781–December 1781, edited by Dennis M. Conrad, reviewed, 95:312–13

Papers of George Catlett Marshall: vol. 1, edited by Larry I. Bland and Sharon Ritenour, reviewed, 81:328–30; vol. 2, "We Cannot Delay": July 1, 1939–December 6, 1941, edited by Larry I. Bland, Sharon R. Ritenour, and Clarence E. Wunderlin Jr., reviewed, 88:232–33; vol. 3, The Right Man for the Job, December 7, 1941–May 31, 1943, edited by Larry I. Bland and Sharon Ritenour Stevens, reviewed, 90:418–19

Papers of George Washington: Confederation Series, vol. 4, April 1786–January 1787, edited by W. W. Abbot, reviewed, 94:183–84

Papers of Henry Clay, 100:427, 430; Supplement: 1793–1852, edited by Melba Porter Hay, reviewed, 91:203–4; vol. 10, Candidate, Compromiser, Elder Statesman, January 1, 1844–June 29, 1852, edited by Melba Porter Hay, reviewed, 90:293–94

Papers of Henry Clay : vol. 4, Secretary of State, 1825, edited by James F. Hopkins, reviewed, 71:445–46

Papers of Henry Clay: vol. 5, Secretary of State, 1826, edited by James F. Hopkins and Mary W. M. Hargreaves, reviewed, 72:418–20; vol. 6, Secretary of State, 1827, edited by Mary W. M. Hargreaves and James F. Hopkins, reviewed, 81:199–200; vol. 7, Secretary of State, January 1, 1828–March 4, 1829, edited by Robert Seager II et al., reviewed, 82:72–76; vol. 8, Candidate, Compromiser, Whig: March 5, 1829–December 31, 1836, edited by Robert Seager II, reviewed, 83:356–57; vol. 9, The Whig Leader, January 1, 1837–December 31, 1843, edited by Robert Seager II and Melba Porter Hay, reviewed, 87:59–60

Papers of Jefferson Davis, 101:430; importance of, 101:432–33; vol. 10, October 1863–August 1864, edited by Lynda Lasswell Crist, Kenneth H. Williams, and Peggy L. Dillard, 98:240; vol. 10, October 1863–August 1864, edited by Lynda Lasswell Crist, Kenneth H. Williams, and Peggy L. Dillard, reviewed, 98:309–10; vol. 11, September 1864–May 1865 edited by Lynda Lasswell Crist, Barbara J. Rozek, and Kenneth H. Williams, eds., reviewed, 102:112–14; vol. 2, June 1841–July 1846, edited by James T. McIntosh, reviewed, 75:73–74; vol. 3, July 1846–December 1848, edited by James T. McIntosh, reviewed, 81:318–20; vol. 5, 1853–1855, edited by Lynda Lasswell Crist and Mary Seaton Dix, reviewed, 84:430–32; vol. 6, 1856–1860, edited by Lynda Lasswell Crist and Mary Seaton Dix, reviewed, 88:95–96; vol. 7, 1861, edited by Lynda Lasswell Crist and Mary Seaton Dix, reviewed, 91:221–23; vol. 8, 1862, edited by Lynda Lasswell Crist and others, reviewed, 93:483–85; vol. 9, January–September 1863, edited by Lynda Lasswell Crist et al., reviewed, 95:200–202

Papers of Jefferson Davis, The: edited by Haskell M. Monroe Jr., and James T. McIntosh, reviewed, 70:239–41

Papers of John C. Calhoun: vol. 20, 1844, edited by Clyde N. Wilson, reviewed, 91:90–92; vol. 21, 1845, edited by Clyde N. Wilson, reviewed, 92:94–95; vol. 22, 1845-1846, edited by Clyde N. Wilson, reviewed, 94:80–81; vol. 23, 1846, edited by Clyde N. Wilson and Shirley Bright Cook, reviewed, 95:193–94

Papers of John Marshall: vol. 7, Correspondence, Papers, and Selected Judicial Opinions, April 1807–December 1813, edited by Charles F. Hobson, reviewed, 92:89–90; vol. 8, Correspondence, Papers, and Selected Judicial Opinions, March 1814–December 1819, edited by Charles F. Hobson, 94:184–86; vol. 9, Correspondence, Papers, and Selected Judicial Opinions, January 1820–December 1823, edited by Charles F. Hobson et al., reviewed, 97:472–74

Papers of Martin Luther King Jr.: vol. 2, Rediscovering Precious Values, July 1951–November 1955, edited by Clayborne Carson and others, reviewed, 93:369–71; vol. 6, Advocate of the Social Gospel, September 1948–March 1963, edited by Clayborne Carson et al., reviewed, 105:363–66

Papers of Robert A. Taft: vol. 1, 1889–1938, edited by Clarence E. Wunderlin Jr., reviewed, 96:208–9

Papers of Thomas A. Edison: vol. 1, The Making of an Inventor, February 1847–June 1873, edited by Robert V. Jenkins et al., reviewed, 88:221–22

Papers of Thomas Jefferson: vol. 23, 1 January to 31 May 1792, edited by Charles T. Cullen, Eugene R. Sheridan, George H. Hoemann, and Ruth Lester, reviewed, 92:73–79; vol. 24, 1 June to 31 December 1792, edited by John Catanzariti, Eugene R. Sheridan, George H. Hoemann, and Ruth Lester, reviewed, 92:73–79; vol. 25, 1 January to 10 May 1793, edited by John Catanzariti, Eugene R. Sheridan, J. Jefferson Looney, George H. Hoemann, and Ruth Lester, reviewed, 92:73–79

Papers of Ulysses S. Grant: vol. 11, June 1–August 15, 1864, edited by John Y. Simon, reviewed, 83:77–78; vol. 12, August 16–November 15, 1864, edited by John Y. Simon, reviewed, 83:77–78; vol. 13, November 16, 1864–February 20, 1865, edited by John Y. Simon, reviewed, 84:225–26; vol. 14, February 21–April 30, 1865, edited by John Y. Simon, reviewed, 84:225–26; vol. 15, May 1–December 31, 1865, edited by John Y. Simon, reviewed, 87:177–79; vol. 16, 1866, edited by John Y. Simon, reviewed, 87:177–79; vol. 19, July 1, 1868–October 31, 1869, edited by John Y. Simon, reviewed, 93:358–59; vol. 20, November 1, 1869–October 31, 1870, edited by John Y. Simon, reviewed, 93:358–59; vol. 4, January 8–March 31, 1862, edited by John Y. Simon assisted by Roger D. Bridges, reviewed, 72:178–80; vols. 9 and 10, July 7–December 31, 1863 and January 1–May 31, 1864, edited by John Y. Simon, reviewed, 81:217–19

Papers of Ulysses S. Grant, The: edited by John Y. Simon, 70:267

Papers of Woodrow Wilson, The: edited by Arthur Link, 70:68

Pappas, Paul: "The Question of Greek Independence in Kentucky, 1821–1828," 72:143–70



Paradise Lost, by John Milton, 107:169

Paradox of Democratic Capitalism, The: Politics and Economics in American Thought, by David F. Prindle: reviewed, 104:705–7

"Paradox of Religious Segregation: White and Black Baptists in Western Kentucky, 1855–1900," by Christopher Beckham, 97:305–22



Paradox of Southern Progressivism, 1880–1930, by William A. Link: reviewed, 91:357–58

Paramount Pictures (Los Angeles, Calif.), 98:370, 373, 408, 421

Parcher, Lieutenant ——, 73:413

Parent, Anthony Jr.: Foul Means: The Formation of a Slave Society in Virginia, 1660–1740, reviewed, 101:329–30



Parents and Schools: The 150-Year Struggle for Control in American Education, by William W. Cutler III: reviewed, 100:265–67

Parents for Freedom (Louisville, Ky.), 104:242



Parents Magazine, 95:70

Parent-Teacher Association (Ky.), 99:294

Parfitt, Frank, 78:33

Parins, James W.: Elias Cornelius Boudinot: A Life on the Cherokee Border, 104:326–27



Paris (Ky.) Citizen, 71:41

Paris (Ky.) True Kentuckian, 71:34–35, 47

Paris (Ky.) Western Citizen, 72:388, 103:707; on Brutus J. Clay, 75:215; reaction to Grant's Vicksburg campaign, 103:631

Paris, France, 68:362, 69:194, 315, 70:22, 71:138, 321, 72:153, 169, 331, 73:266, 390, 101:432; Aide à Toute Détresse in, 107:351; and John S. Rarey, 108:194, 201; U.S. Legation at, 109:187, 193

Paris, George S.: book review by, 105:150–51

Paris, Ky., 69:51, 61, 63–64, 325, 70:41, 123–24, 347, 72:120, 123–24, 128–29, 134–35, 137–38, 262–63, 265, 268, 380, 73:235, 74:16, 283, 287, 296, 75:123, 94:22, 138, 140, 147–48, 171, 95:396, 403, 406–7, 416–17, 421, 100:143, 104:400, 405, 105:384, 401, 106:380, 108:375, 110:354; African American settlement near, 104:515; African Americans in, 108:363–64; black churches in, 105:383, 391; during Civil War, 108:92, 107–8; Confederate monument in, 105:406; creation of Claysville, Ky., 105:392; Denton Offutt in, 108:201; economy of, 108:354; Elisha W. Green's church in, 105:390; free African Americans in, 109:299; John Hunt Morgan in, 108:37, 39; racial politics in, 108:366, 373, 375; racial situation in, 105:389; reaction to capture of Fort Donelson, 103:630; school board of, 105:407; school system of, 104:419–21; Union meeting in, 110:312

Paris, Tex., 101:87

Parish, Peter J.: Slavery: History and Historians, reviewed, 89:93–94

Paris High School (Paris, Ky.): high school girls' basketball at, 109:167–68; Kentucky Girls' High School State Basketball Tournament, 109:458

Parisi, Philip: Texas Post Office Murals, The: Art for the People, reviewed, 102:439–40



Parisian (France) Temps, 69:142

Paris Kentuckian, 108:364–65; article about Millersburg Female College, 105:396; and the Green v. Gould case, 105:384, 398, 400, 402, 408, 410

Paris Kentuckian-Citizen, 108:364; and racial politics in Bourbon County, Ky., 108:377–78

Paris Pike (Ky.), 108:90



Paris True Kentuckian, 108:364; on Bourbon County agriculture, 108:353–54; and racial politics in Bourbon County, Ky., 108:360

Paris Women's International Athletic Games: American Team at, 93:439

Park, Marlene: and Gerald E. Markowitz, Democratic Vistas: Post Offices and Public Art in the New Deal, reviewed, 83:376–77

Park, Roy H., 97:39–40

Parker, A. G. W., 69:335

Parker, Alison: Articulating Rights: Nineteenth-Century American Women on Race, Reform, and the State, reviewed, 108:132–34

Parker, Capt. ——, 74:77

Parker, Carese M.: and Wayne Cutler, eds., Correspondence of James K. Polk, vol. 6, 1842–1843, reviewed, 82:300–301

Parker, Carrie, 81:301

Parker, Corese M.: See Wayne Cutler

Parker, David, 94:46

Parker, Donna: and Jonathan Jeffrey, "A Thread of Evidence: Shaker Textiles at South Union, Kentucky," 94:33–58

Parker, Eliza, 69:188–89, 191, 76:281

Parker, Fess, 82:331, 91:324

Parker, Francis W., 96:38

Parker, George, 89:248

Parker, Harold M.: "A New School Presbyterian Seminary in Woodford County," 74:99–111; Studies in Southern Presbyterian History, reviewed, 79:277–78

Parker, James, 76:275

Parker, J. Ed, 90:271

Parker, John, 110:315; and Carol Urness, eds., The American Revolution: A Heritage of Change, reviewed, 75:161–64

Parker, Linda, 93:306

Parker, Major ——, 77:21, 85:336

Parker, Robert, 69:188–89, 76:275

Parker, Robert (Caldwell County, Ky.), 89:272

Parker, Robert (Faytte County, Ky.): land survey of, 102:552

Parker, Rowland: Second Kentucky Infantry, death of, 106:15

Parker, Tom, 98:279

Parker Pen Company (Jonesville, Wis.), 100:328

Parker's Creek (Ky.), 68:112

Parkinson, Alexander, 69:266

Parkland (Louisville, Ky.), 107:53; air pollution, 102:160

Parkland Junior High School (Louisville, Ky.), 109:348

Parkman, Francis, 72:61, 293, 88:381, 95:232, 96:10

Parks, Dr. ——, 73:312

Parks, Earl F. Sr.: death of, 102:174

Parks, Gordon, 85:295

Parks, H. L.: and civil rights protests in Richmond, Ky., 109:390

Parks, Joseph: Thomas D. Clark letter to, 103:243–44

Parks, Rosa, 105:385

Parnell, Charles Stewart: visit to Louisville, Ky., 69:140–49

"Parnell Visits 'The Ireland of America,'" by John R. O'Connor, 69:140–49

Parrington, Vernon Louis, 92:254

Parris, Joseph, 76:118

Parrish, Charles E.: book notes by, 88:493–94, 94:214–15; book review by, 93:503–4; and Leland R. Johnson, "Engineering the Kentucky River: A Disastrous Debut," 95:369–94; and Leland R. Johnson, Engineering the Kentucky River: The Commonwealth's Waterway, reviewed, 99:160–62; and Leland R. Johnson, Triumph at the Falls: The Louisville and Portland Canal, reviewed, 105:679–80

Parrish, Charles H., 109:398–99; and segregation in Louisville, Ky., 78:43–44, 48

Parrish, Charles H. Jr., 99:376

Parrish, Donald, 90:141, 143–44, 147–51, 153, 155, 157–58

Parrish, James: death of, 103:512

Parrish, Michael E., 98:398; biography of Felix Frankfurter, 104:456

Parrish, Thomas: Restoring Shakertown: The Struggle to Save the Historic Shaker Village of Pleasant Hill, reviewed, 103:778–80; Roosevelt and Marshall: Partners in Politics and War, noted, 89:435; The Simon and Schuster Encyclopedia of World War II, reviewed, 78:84–86

Parrish, T. Michael, 99:5; Richard Taylor, Soldier Prince of Dixie, noted, 91:123–24

Parrish, William E.: book review by, 88:95–96; Frank Blair: Lincoln's Conservative, reviewed, 96:405–7

Parrot, Harold, 82:379

Parsons, John, 73:420

Parsons, Lynn Hudson: John Quincy Adams, reviewed, 96:401–2

Parsons, Thomas W.: Civil War diary of, 110:463; during the Mexican War, 95:239, 242, 245, 247–48, 253, 257, 270, 278–80, 282

Parson's Camp (Letcher County, Ky.), 90:348, 351–52

Particular Baptists: and Calvinism, 110:5; See alsoBaptists



Parties, Politics, and Sectional Conflict in Tennessee, 1832–1861, by Jonathan M. Atkins: reviewed, 95:194–97

Parties and Political Conscience: American Dilemmas, 1840–1850, by William R. Brock: reviewed, 78:274–76
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