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



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Perkins, John, 84:127

Perkins, Joseph, 109:380, 391; and civil rights protests in Richmond, Ky., 109:382–83

Perkins, Maxwell, 101:485

Perkins, Milo, 77:37

Perkins, Robert L.: book note by, 81:340–41; book reviews by, 71:211–14, 454–56, 73:429, 430, 76:173–75, 261–62, 335–37, 77:155–56, 78:92–94, 270–71, 83:70

Perkins, V. T., 84:144

Perlmann, Joel: and Robert A. Margo, Women's Work? American Schoolteachers, 1650–1920, reviewed, 99:179–81

Perlmutter, Amos: communication by, 93:207–8; FDR & Stalin: A Not So Grand Alliance, 1943–1945, reviewed, 92:339–41

Perman, Michael, 76:251, 98:244, 108:350; book review by, 80:471–72; The Road to Redemption: Southern Politics, 1869–1879, reviewed, 83:81–82

Peron, Juan, 73:321

Perrett, Maurice, 100:152

Perrin, W. H.: and J. H. Battle, and G. C. Kniffin, Kentucky: A History of the State, noted, 78:193–94

Perrine, John Dixon, 100:146

Perrow, Charles: Organizing America: Wealth, Power, and the Origins of Corporate Capitalism, reviewed, 101:513–15

Perry, Captain ——, 69:135

Perry, David, 69:134

Perry, Elisabeth Israels: book review by, 104:755–57

Perry, Francis M.: textbook by, 102:517

Perry, Jesse, 69:270

Perry, L. E.: McCreary Conquest: A Narrative History, noted, 92:344

Perry, L. Martin: book reviews by, 88:365–66, 91:455–56

Perry, Louise Scott, 97:160

Perry, L. T.: McCreary Conquest: A Narrative History, reviewed, 78:266–68

Perry, Oliver Hazard, 72:55, 83:94, 99, 88:416, 105:220; battle of Lake Erie, 104:41–42, 105:215–16; at battle of the Thames, 105:217

Perry, Ralph Barton, 72:219–20

Perry, Robert, 69:134, 139; Jack May's War: Colonial Andrew Jackson May and the Civil War in Eastern Kentucky, Eastern Tennessee, and Southwestern Virginia, noted, 97:236–37; The Oldest House in the Valley: A Study of the May House in Prestonsburg, Kentucky, and the Man Who Built It, noted, 92:443–44

Perry, Samuel D.: South Fork Country, reviewed, 83:67–69

Perry, Virgil: and the Ashland Armcos, 97:418–26, 429–31, 434, 436–37

Perry, W. F., 68:199–200, 204

Perry, William A., 79:156

Perry, W. V., 76:302

Perryburg, Ohio, 104:8; Fort Meigs near, 104:5

Perry County, Ill., 69:257

Perry County, Ky., 72:251, 94:267, 95:64, 73, 96:133, 99:128; community-action programs in, 107:388–89; courthouses in, 70:335; Robert F. Kennedy's visit to, 107:371–72; state capital relocation issue, 104:281

Perryman, Ethel, 95:64–66, 72–73, 76

Perryville, Ky., 70:65, 73:293, 295, 301, 74:127, 97:282; battle of, 69:18, 235, 359, 375, 391, 70:253, 72:262, 301, 73:298, 301, 75:127–28, 76:13, 92:347, 371, 372, 375, 377–78, 382, 384–89, 393, 397, 93:269, 96:316, 338–40, 343–44, 346–48, 101:439, 105:58, 660, 107:175, 108:57, 110:290, 412, 440, 455–56; battle of and the Shakers, 109:10–11; proposal to relocate state capital to, 104:249, 254, 281

Perryville: This Grand Havoc of Battle, by Kenneth W. Noe: 2003 Governor's Award winner, 101:74; reviewed, 100:59–60

Pershing, John J., 73:395, 76:317, 94:249, 99:130–32, 150; memoirs of, 102:395; papers of, 104:680



Pershing: General of the Armies, by Donald Smythe: reviewed, 85:93–95

Personal History, by A. J. P. Taylor: reviewed, 82:206–7

Personal Reminiscences of General Robert E. Lee, by J. Williams Jones: noted, 88:372

Personnel Cabinet (Frankfort, Ky.), 99:279

Pert Creek (Letcher County, Ky.), 78:206

Peru, 107:556

Peskin, Allan: book reviews by, 81:452–53, 83:81–82, 86:387–88, 92:425–26, 93:105–6; ed., North Into Freedom: The Autobiography of John Malvin, Free Negro, 1795–1880, noted, 86:310–11

Peskin, Lawrence A.: book review by, 105:488–89; Captives and Countrymen: Barbary Slavery and the American Public, 1725-1816, reviewed, 107:431–32

Pessen, Edward, 100:32, 57; book reviews by, 79:279–81, 81:443–44, 84:79–80, 85:364–65, 86:173–74, 285–86, 87:462–63, 89:400–401, 90:204–6; The Log Cabin Myth: The Social Backgrounds of the Presidents, reviewed, 83:74–75; "Society and Politics in the Jacksonian Era," 82:1–27; United States historiography, current state of, 104:97–98

Pestalozzi, Henry, 69:72

Pestalozzi, Johann Heinrich, 79:320

Petcoff, Boni, 97:424, 431

Peter, Alfred, 78:211, 214

Peter, C. Robert, 107:72

Peter, Frances Dallam, 72:370, 380, 97:379–80, 382, 389, 391, 398, 110:238, 486; diary of, 110:341, 463, 466, 481, 483–84, 493–95, 497–500; reaction to Grant's Vicksburg campaign, 103:630–31

Peter, Frances Paca (Dallam), 97:376, 378

Peter, Johanna, 78:212, 214, 217

Peter, Letitia, 97:379

Peter, Marc, 105:435

Peter, Mrs. ——, 68:8–9

Peter, Paul, and Mary (music group), 99:30

Peter, Robert, 79:315, 320–23, 80:409, 413, 426, 97:376–79, 382–83, 391–92, 400, 103:630, 110:483; and photography in Ky., 78:208–18



Peter Cartwright: Legendary Frontier Preacher, by Robert Bray: reviewed, 103:771–72

Peter Cave Creek (Greenup County, Ky.), 68:227

Peterman, Alexander, 88:433

Peterman, Sarah Lincoln, 68:235

Peters, Belvard J., 93:398, 413, 420

Peters, H. Dean: "Isaac Shelby and Gubernatorial Campaign of 1812," 73:340–45

Peters, Jason, ed.: Wendell Berry: Life and Work, reviewed, 105:475–77

Peters, Madison C., 71:189

Petersburg, Ill., 108:180

Petersburg, Ky.: proposal to relocate state capital to, 104:250

Petersburg, Va., 68:310, 70:23, 26, 71:316, 75:138, 94:160, 95:372; 114th Infantry Regiment, U.S. Colored Troops at, 101:457, 467; Edward Francis at, 101:466

Petersen House (Washington, D.C.), 106:374

Peterson, Audrey, 109:436

Peterson, Clell T.: Kentucky Birds: A Finding Guide, reviewed, 71:448–49

Peterson, Douglas ("Pete"), 95:291

Peterson, Frank Dewey, 99:33, 109:436; University of Ky., 104:567

Peterson, Fred W.: Homes in the Heartland: Balloon Frame Farmhouses of the Upper Midwest, 1850–1920, noted, 92:125–26

Peterson, H. C., 98:183

Peterson, John H. Jr., 74:246

Peterson, Merrill D., 106:298, 498; The Great Triumvirate: Webster, Clay, and Calhoun, reviewed, 86:71–72; Lincoln in American Memory, reviewed, 92:313–14; Olive Branch and Sword–The Compromise of 1833, reviewed, 81:211–12; "Starving Armenians": America and the Armenian Genocide, 1915–1930, reviewed, 102:580–82; Thomas Jefferson and the New Nation: A Biography, reviewed, 69:393

Peterson, Norma Lois: Littleton Waller Tazewell, reviewed, 83:147–50; The Presidencies of William Henry Harrison and John Tyler, reviewed, 88:342–43

Peterson, Paul D. Jr.: book review by, 91:80–81

Petillo, Carol M.: Douglas MacArthur: The Philippine Years, reviewed, 81:105–7; The Ordeal of Elizabeth Vaughan: A Wartime Diary of the Philippines, reviewed, 84:447–48

Petit, Jeanne: book review by, 100:385–86

Petit, Nicholas, 108:222; at Saint Mary's Seminary, 108:223

Petit Gulf, Miss., 70:195

Petitt, George, 79:330

Petrey, Alexander, 72:238

Petro, Gus T.: and the U.S. Marine Corps Reserve, 110:152

Petry, Alice Hall, 91:43



Pets in America: A History, by Katherine C. Grier: reviewed, 104:796–97

Pettegrew, John: and Dawn Keetley eds., Public Women, Public Words: A Documentary History of American Feminism, vol. 1, Beginnings to 1900, noted, 96:117–18

Petter Supply Company (Paducah, Ky.): during 1937 flood, 102:187, 203

Pettit, Benjamin, 68:127

Pettit, Charles, 74:264, 266

Pettit, John, 89:17

Pettit, Katherine, 83:21–22, 85:246–47, 249–50, 253, 90:85, 91:185, 93:192–93, 199

Pettit, Nathaniel, 88:398

Pettit, Sug, 104:452

Pettit, Thomas, 74:87

Pettit, Thomas B.: state capital relocation issue, 104:275–76

Pettit, Thomas S., 77:11, 98:248, 249; political campaign of, 108:368–69; and Populism in Ky., 78:234–36, 239–41

Petty, ——, 90:71

Petty, Leslie: Romancing the Vote: Feminist Activism in American Fiction, 1870-1920, reviewed, 105:314–15

Pewee Valley, Ky., 68:15, 89:122, 98:368, 369

Peyton, Craven, 97:180

Peyton, Francis: correspondence with Joseph Holt, 106:384

Peyton, Samuel O., 70:212

Peyton, S. O., 75:129

Pfanstiel, Everett E., 100:324

Pfanz, Harry W., 89:365, 367

Pfeifer, Joseph: Civil War service of, 110:169

Pfeifer, Michael J.: Rough Justice: Lynching and American Society, 1874–1947, reviewed, 105:317–19

Pfeilstuecker, Hans, 100:153

Pfhul, Lynn: and civil rights protests in Louisville, Ky., 109:371–74, 416

Pflugrad-Jackisch, Ami: Brothers of a Vow: Secret Fraternal Orders and the Transformation of White Male Culture in Antebellum Virginia, reviewed, 109:94–96

Phallas (horse), 100:490

Phantoms of a Blood-Stained Period: The Complete Civil War Writings of Ambrose Bierce, edited by Russell Duncan and David J. Klooster: reviewed, 101:152–54

Phare de la Loire (Nantes, France): and the Magniadas Lincoln medal, 109:190–91

Pharmacopoeia of the United States of America, by John Uri Lloyd: et al., 91:41

Pharmacy in World War II, by Dennis B. Worthen: reviewed, 102:582–84

Phelps, A. J., 94:400

Phelps, Helen: and civil rights protests in Richmond, Ky., 109:391

Phelps, H. H., 98:63

Phelps, John, 98:73

Phelps, John L., 96:48–49

Phelps, John Smith, 98:73

Phelps, Lt. ——, 98:81

Phelps, Samuel L., 110:457

Phelps, S. Ledyard, 74:1–4, 6, 189, 190, 110:180

Phelps, William Lyon ("Billy"), 93:153

Phi Alpha Theta (University of Ky.), 98:341, 103:208; Thomas D. Clark address to, 103:312

Phi Beta Kappa, 69:11, 41, 71

Phi Delta Society (Berea College), 105:632

Phifer, C. W., 69:344, 347

Philadelphia, Pa., 68:35, 142, 182, 257, 320, 324, 341, 69:3–4, 45, 48–50, 59, 62, 162, 179, 287, 314, 70:34, 319, 322, 71:74, 82, 205, 231, 365, 372–73, 377, 379, 389, 393, 72:52, 158, 165, 216–17, 329, 398, 73:289, 340, 377, 74:100, 203, 262, 269, 310, 90:20, 346, 350, 92:144, 159, 99:103, 116, 105:253, 591, 108:205, 218, 110:273–74, 277; architecture of, 103:502; and Benjamin Franklin, 105:248; convention (1856), 69:179; Jews in, 110:167; and the Magniadas Lincoln medal, 109:202; Vicksburg campaign victory celebration, 103:655

Philadelphia Association (Pa.): and Ky. Baptists, 110:5–6

Philadelphia Centennial Exhibition (Philadelphia, Pa.), 80:417, 424

Philadelphia College of Pharmacy (Philadelphia, Pa.), 94:405

Philadelphia Confession of Faith (1742): and Ky. Baptists, 110:5–6, 8–9, 11, 13–18, 23–26



Philadelphia Gazette, 71:77

Philadelphia Inquirer, 75:308; on Fred M. Vinson, 75:312; on reports of Grant's drunkenness, 103:636–37

Philadelphia North American: on Matt Ward trial, 84:131

Philadelphia Phillies, 99:115



Philadelphia Presbyterian, 72:326

Philadelphia Press, 74:310

Philadelphia Recorder, 69:48–49

Philadelphia Society, 71:370–71



Philanthropist: and James G. Birney, 69:319, 337

Philbrick, Francis S., 71:69, 82

Philbrook, Eleanor, 74:229

Philippine Islands, 92:289, 298, 93:339, 99:130, 143, 147, 100:131; and the Harrodsburg Tankers, 86:230–77; insurgency in, 104:43–76

Philippine Penal Code: and Preston Brown case, 104:67

Philippine War, 94:363, 364, 389, 390; background of, 104:43–44; casualties of, 104:45; effect on Preston Brown case, 104:65; and J. Franklin Bell, 83:315–46; prosecution of, 104:48–49; tactics during, 104:47; U.S. conduct of, 104:70, 72–76

Philippon, Daniel J.: Conserving Words: How American Nature Writers Shaped the Environmental Movement, reviewed, 103:608–10

Philliber, William W.: and Clyde B. McCoy, with Harry C. Dillingham, editors, The Invisible Minority: Urban Appalachians, reviewed, 80:336–37

Phillips, Cabell, 79:229, 232, 235–36

Phillips, Christopher, 107:521–22, 110:237; "Netherworld of War: The Dominion System and the Contours of Federal Occupation in Kentucky," 110:327–61

Phillips, E. T., 94:164, 172

Phillips, Hazel Spencer: Traditional Architecture, reviewed, 69:399

Phillips, Jason: book reviews by, 101:352–53, 106:97–100; Diehard Rebels: The Confederate Culture of Invincibility, reviewed, 106:103–5; essay by, 110:567

Phillips, Karen: interview with, 107:500

Phillips, Michael J.: White Metropolis: Race, Ethnicity, and Religion in Dallas, 1841–2001, reviewed, 105:336–37

Phillips, Michael K.: book review by, 106:116–18

Phillips, Mrs. William Mason: "Kentucky Poem," 69:235–38

Phillips, Thomas D.: and William A. Dobak, The Black Regulars, 1866–1898, reviewed, 100:231–32

Phillips, U. B., 76:332, 103:713; interpretation of slavery, 103:699, 725, 730; racial views of, 103:701–2

Phillips, Wendell, 68:145, 110:380

Phillips County, Ark., 110:536

Phillips-Fein, Kim: article on Harlan County, Ky., 107:483

Philosophical Society (Louisville, Ky.): and George Keats, 106:57–58, 60

Philpot, Evelyn: Cloverfork Museum (Highsplint, Ky.), 107:496–97; interview with, 107:502–4

Phipps, Sheila R.: and Jonathan Daniel Wells, eds., Entering the Fray: Gender, Politics, and Culture in the New South, reviewed, 107:621–23

Phister, Elijah C., 100:7

Phoenix Brewing Company (Louisville, Ky.), 75:224

Phoenix Hill (Louisville, Ky.), 107:46

Phoenix Hill Park (Louisville, Ky.), 81:231, 286

Phoenix Hotel (Lexington, Ky.), 70:19; civil rights protests at, 109:369

Phoenix Hotel and Tavern (Lexington, Ky.): George A. Ellsworth at, 108:80, 82; illus., 100:31

Phoenix Hotel Stakes (Lexington, Ky.), 100:483

photography: documentary photography in Ky., 78:208–18, 85:291–307; in Ky. Historical Society, 90:90–115

Piankashaw Indians, 92:163



Piano in America, 1890–1940, by Craig H. Roell: reviewed, 88:224–26

Picchi, Italo, 86:133

Pickard, Kate E. R.: The Kidnapped and the Ransomed: The Narrative of Peter and Vina Still after Forty Years of Slavery, noted, 94:344

Pickard, P. P., 89:395

Pickenpaugh, Roger: Captives in Gray: The Civil War Prisons of the North, reviewed, 107:281–82

Pickens, William, 78:46

Pickens County, S.C.: migration from, 102:207

Pickering, Timothy, 80:277

Picket, L. L., 75:51

Pickett, ——, 69:258

Pickett, Clarence, 90:348, 362, 364–65

Pickett, Erwin, 71:330

Pickett, George Edward, 72:406

Pickett, George L., 79:152, 159

Pickett, John T., 68:171–75

Pickett, John Thomas: 1849 attempt to invade Cuba, 105:580; and 1851 López expedition, 105:613; biographical sketch of, 105:576; illus., 105:577; Ky. Regiment, 105:575, 583, 585, 588, 600–601, 605, 609, 611; prosecution under Neutrality Act of 1818, 105:613

Pickett Incident, 68:171–75

Pickett's Charge in History and Memory, by Carol Reardon: reviewed, 96:99–101

Pickwick Dam (Tennessee), 97:66



Pictorial Field Book of the Civil War: Journeys Through the Battlefields in the Wake of Conflict, by Benson J. Lossing: noted, 96:116

Pictorial History of the American Revolution, The, by Rupert Furneaux: reviewed, 72:75–77

Pictorial History of the Civil War Years, by Paul M. Angle: noted, 84:238–39

Pictorial History of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, by Stanley W. Horrall: reviewed, 72:196–98

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

Pictorial History of the World War II Years, by Edward Jablonski: noted, 84:238–39

Pictorial History of the World War I Years, by Edward Jablonski: noted, 84:238–39; reviewed, 78:183–84

Picture Branch (Letcher County, Ky.), 78:201

Piecuch, Jim: book review by, 109:475–77

Pierce, C. Van, 77:4

Pierce, Franklin, 69:152, 71:349, 73:360, 419, 74:254, 75:7, 85:27–28, 202, 204, 101:419; illus., 107:171; and Jefferson Davis, 107:148, 158, 176

Pierce, Michael: Striking with the Ballot: Ohio Labor and the Populist Party, reviewed, 107:610–12

Pierce, Neal R., 80:81

Pierce, Peter: and Jeff Doyle and Jeffrey Grey, Australia's Vietnam War, reviewed, 100:417–18

Pierce, Yolanda: Hell Without Fires: Slavery, Christianity, and the Antebellum Spiritual Narrative, reviewed, 103:560–61

Pierson, Alex, 87:125

Pierson, George Wilson, 92:246, 93:149

Pierson, Michael: Free Hearts and Free Homes: Gender and American Antislavery Politics, reviewed, 102:101–4

Pierson, Roscoe M.: book review by, 74:335, 336

Pierson, William Harvey Jr.: American Buildings and Their Architects: Technology and the Picturesque, the Corporate and the Early Gothic Styles, reviewed, 78:90–92



Pigboat 39: An American Sub Goes to War, by Bobette Gugliotta: reviewed, 84:100–101

Pigeon Creek, Ind., 74:88

Pigeon Hills, Md., 68:261

Pigeon Roost Massacre (1812), 68:185

Pigg, Hezekia, 68:110

Piggot, James, 71:136

Piggott, James, 69:256

Pike, Albert, 71:323

Pike, Burlyn: and Steve Masden, Railroad Town: A Pictorial History of Lebanon Junction, Kentucky, noted, 90:220

Pike, Ella, 98:15

Pike, Kermit J.: A Guide to Shaker Manuscripts in the Western Reserve Historical Society, reviewed, 75:169–70

Pike, Linda J.: See Idzerda, Stanley J.

Pike, Zebulon, 69:261–62

Pike County, Ky., 69:108, 286–87, 72:251, 102:70; and commodities issue, 107:316–17; fair, 98:378; Paul E. Patton's political career in, 102:70–71; and the War on Poverty, 107:306

Pike County, Ohio, 110:41

Piketon, Ky.: See Pikeville, Ky.

Pikeville, Ky.: Chamber of Commerce, 91:198; and Ky. feuds, 87:385, 387, 390, 394–95, 397–401, 99:289; liquor issue, 104:516; proposal to relocate state capital to, 104:259

Pilcher, William S.: Louisville lynching case, 102:369, 371, 375, 377–78, 381–82



Pilgrims, The: Their Journeys and Their World, by Frances Dillon: reviewed, 74:339–41

Pilgrim's Progress, by John Bunyan, 71:226; racial imagery in, 106:325–26

Pillow, Gideon J., 70:65, 255, 264, 271, 74:76, 77, 80, 83, 171, 181, 99:343, 346, 357, 110:451–52; invasion of Ky., 103:671



Pills, Petticoats, and Plows: The Southern Country Store, by Thomas D. Clark, 103:206, 208–9; correspondence about, 103:218–20; summary of, 103:109–17

Pillsbury, Elizabeth: book review by, 106:135–37

Pillsbury, Richard: book review by, 100:96–98

Pilot Knob (Ky.), 68:115, 74:315; and Daniel Boone, 102:525

Pima Indians, 74:342

Pimlott, John: and Richard Connaughton, and Duncan Anderson, The Battle for Manila: The Most Devastating Untold Story of World War II, reviewed, 94:198–200

Pinar del Rio (Cuba), 105:609

Pinchback, P. B. S., 98:164, 169

Pinckney, Charles C., 70:22–24, 30, 33–34, 74:271, 100:343

Pinckney, Thomas, 70:36–37, 71:387, 391–92

Pindell, Richard, 69:321, 70:12, 75:4, 106, 109–10, 76:272

Pindell, Thomas Hart, 76:271–72

Pine Bluff, Ky., 97:62

Pine Mountain (Ky.), 68:99–100

Pine Mountain Settlement School (Harlan County, Ky.), 85:237–38, 244–45, 247, 249–51, 254–60, 91:185–86, 93:185, 192–93, 195, 200–201, 107:358

Pineville, Ky., 68:93, 99–101; city schools of, 95:75; high school girls' basketball in, 109:167, 171

Pinkerton, Lewis Letig, 90:79

Pinkney, N., 69:6

Pinson family, 69:287

Piomingo (Chickasaw chief), 70:319, 322, 92:158



Pioneer Baptist Church Records of South-Central Kentucky and the Upper Cumberland of Tennessee, 1799–1899, by C. P. Cawthorn and N. W. Warnell: noted, 84:235

"Pioneer Black Legislators from Kentucky, 1860s–1960s," by Peter Wallenstein, 110:533–57

"Pioneer Catholics in Kentucky," by Richard A. Edwards, 68:252–64

Pioneer Families of Eastern and Southeastern Kentucky, by William C. Kozee: reviewed, 72:172–73

Pioneers (Civil War combat engineers), 77:161



Pioneer Spirit: Catherine Spalding, Sister of Charity of Nazareth, by Mary Ellen Doyle: reviewed, 104:289–91

Piorkowski, Alex, 95:151

Piott, Steven L.: Giving Voters a Choice: The Origins of the Initiative and Referendum in America, reviewed, 101:175–77

Piqua, Ohio, 91:252, 104:15–16; George Rogers Clark's campaign against, 106:347

Pirkey, R. J., 74:114

Pirtle, Alfred, 80:287; and emancipation, 106:581–82

Pirtle, Henry, 93:397–98, 400, 106:58; illus., 101:9; Ky. Historical Society, 101:8, 11–12; University of Louisville law school, 102:362

Pirtle, John Peterman, 71:192

Pisgah, Ky., 69:69, 70:124

Pisgah Presbyterian Church (Woodford County, Ky.): illus., 102:24; and James Blythe, 102:24

Pisgignouse: See Gignoux

Piston, William Garrett: Lee's Tarnished Lieutenant: James Longstreet and His Place in Southern History, reviewed, 86:293–95

Pitcaithley, Dwight T., 90:55

Pitch, Anthony S.: The Burning of Washington: The British Invasion of 1814, reviewed, 96:399–400

Pitchlynn, Peter, 91:267, 269, 292–94

Pitkin, Thomas M.: The Captain Departs: Ulysses S. Grant's Last Campaign, 72:180–81

Pitman Creek, 93:138

Pitman Station, Ky., 70:223

Pit River (Nev.), 79:106

Pitsman Creek, 70:219, 222–23

Pitt, William, 82:120, 105:256, 259

Pitt County, N.C., 70:32

Pittenger, Henry, 73:303, 403

Pittenger, Mrs. Jno., 73:403

Pittman, Booker, 76:334

Pittman, Sidney J., 76:334–35

Pittman, Sidney Jr., 76:334

Pitts, Francis D. III: "Making of a Kentucky Architect and Entrepreneur: Insights into the Life of Matthew Kennedy," 103:493–515

Pitts, J. E., 92:56

Pittsburgh (Union gunboat), 74:5–6, 168–70, 175–77, 184, 77:109

Pittsburgh, Ky., 68:129

Pittsburgh, Pa., 68:61, 326, 69:62, 133, 136, 179, 181–82, 317, 70:66, 71:54, 74–75, 78, 205–6, 382–83, 72:41, 46, 54, 74:66, 347, 90:126, 92:347, 399, 94:6, 95:380, 385, 99:103, 116, 105:221, 585; John S. Rarey in, 108:209; Mass Republican Convention (1856), 69:179; McClelland family of, 103:480, 482; public education in, 105:12

Pittsburgh, the Story of a City, by Leland D. Baldwin, 71:117

Pittsburgh Chronicle, 75:147

Pittsburgh Courier, 99:119; on Albert B. Chandler, 82:377

Pittsburgh Gazette, 71:365, 72:341; on Matt Ward trial, 84:130

Pittsburgh Landing (Tenn.), 72:305

Pittsburgh Landing, Tenn., 93:263, 264

Pittsburgh Pirates, 99:112, 113

Pittsford Landing, 69:21

Pity of War: Explaining World War I, by Naill Ferguson, 99:132

Pitzer, Donald E.: ed., Robert Owen's American Legacy, reviewed, 71:328–29

Pivar, David J.: Purity and Hygiene: Women, Prostitution, and the "American Plan," 1900–1930, reviewed, 100:235–37

Pizarro (Spanish war steamer), 105:612

Placentino, Ed: book review by, 109:99–101



Plain Folk in the New South: Social Change and Cultural Persistence, 1880–1915, by I. A. Newby: reviewed, 88:103–4
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