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



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Plain Folk's Fight: The Civil War and Reconstruction in Piney Woods Georgia, by Mark V. Wetherington: reviewed, 103:572–74

Plains Indians, 95:233

Plains of Abraham (Quebec), 72:292, 294

"Plain Statement," by Robert Jefferson Breckinridge, 72:326–29

Plamondon, Martin II: Lewis and Clark Trail Maps: A Cartographic Reconstruction, reviewed, 100:351–52

Planned Parenthood, 99:255

Planning Commission Land Development and Transportation Committee (Louisville, Ky.): and subdivision planning, 107:70

Plano, Ky., 92:273

Plan of Union (1801), 72:325, 328

Plantation Enterprise in Colonial South Carolina, by S. Max Edelson: reviewed, 105:287–88

Plantation Mistress on the Eve of the Civil War: The Diary of Keziah Goodwyn Hopkins Brevard, 1860–1861, edited by John Hammond Moore: reviewed, 91:345–46

Planters' Progress: Modernizing Confederate Georgia, by Chad Morgan: reviewed, 103:572–74

Planters' Protective Association, 81:408–9, 412, 82:237, 243, 245, 83:347, 349–50, 89:377, 379, 384, 388–89, 391–93, 395–96, 398–99



Planting a Capitalist South: Masters, Merchants, and Manufacturers in the Southern Interior, 1790–1860, by Tom Downey: reviewed, 104:313–14

Plaques and Peoples, by William H. McNeill: reviewed, 76:160–62

Plattsburg, N.Y., 71:120

"'Playing Fairly and Fiercely': Paradigms of the Early Years of Kentucky White Girls' Basketball, 1891-1919," by Sallie L. Powell, 109:153–86

Pleak, Esther, 89:3

Pleak, John Jr., 89:3, 13, 15, 17, 19, 24

Pleasant Green Baptist Church (Lexington, Ky.), 109:364–65

Pleasant Hill (Mercer County, Ky.), 69:233, 90:78, 94:41; and the Shakers' struggle to survive, 109:3–26

Pleasant Hill, Ky., 69:235–36

Pleasant Hill and Jessamine County Turnpike Road Company: meetings of, 109:20

Pleasure and Privilege: Life in France, Naples, and America, 1770–1790, by Olivier Bernier: noted, 80:252

Pleasureville, Ky., 69:117

Pleck, Elizabeth, 85:118

Plessy Case: A Legal-Historical Interpretation, by Charles A. Lofgren: reviewed, 85:378–79

Plessy v. Ferguson (1896), 78:49, 91:72, 94:362, 98:257, 104:63, 105:385, 107:223, 109:360, 110:541

Plitt, Jane R.: Martha Matilda Harper and the American Dream: How One Woman Changed the Face of Modern Business, reviewed, 98:234–36

Plotnick, Arthur, 101:485–86

Plowman's Folly, by Edward H. Faulkner, 83:125

Pluckhahn, Thomas J.: and Robbie Etheridge, eds., Light on the Path: The Anthropology and History of the Southeastern Indians, reviewed, 104:299–300

Plug, Colonel ——, 69:255

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

Plumley, Basil L.: illus., 102:340

Plummer, Brenda Gayle, 104:217; ed., Window on Freedom: Race, Civil Rights, and Foreign Affairs, 1945–1988, reviewed, 101:203–5



Plundering Generation: Corruption and the Crisis of the Union, 1849–1861, by Mark W. Summers: reviewed, 86:387–88

Plunkett, Michael: Afro-American Sources in Virginia: A Guide to Manuscripts, noted, 89:237

Plymouth, N.H.: Vicksburg campaign victory celebration, 103:654

Plymouth Church (Brooklyn, N.Y.): John G. Fee's sermon at, 105:622–23

Plymouth Congregational Church (Louisville, Ky.), 93:165

Poage, George, 72:238–39



Pocahantas's People: The Powhatan Indians of Virginia through Four Centuries, by Helen C. Roundtree: reviewed, 89:303–5

Pocket in a Petticoat, A., by Florence E. Barrett: reviewed, 75:257–58

Pocock, J. G. A., 75:331, 104:102

Podoloff, Maurice, 84:72–73

Poe, Annie Laurie, 72:301

Poe, Edgar Allen, 72:135, 75:248; and Beauchamp-Sharp tragedy, 104:89

"Poem of Pure Imagination," by Robert Penn Warren, 104:82

Poen, Monte M.: ed., Strictly Personal and Confidential: The Letters Harry Truman Never Mailed, reviewed, 81:232–33

Poets of Tin Pan Alley: A History of America's Great Lyricists, by Philip Furia: reviewed, 90:204–6

Pogue, Christine Brown, 104:677, 680, 682–83

Pogue, Forrest C., 99:139–40, 150–51; at Battle of the Bulge, 104:676; biographical sketch of, 104:675; book review by, 70:333–34; George C. Marshall, vol. 4, Statesman, 1945–1959, reviewed, 86:91–92; George Marshall, interviews of, 104:614, 618, 626; History of the Supreme Command, 104:676–77, 682; illus., 104:677, 682; marriage of, 104:677; meeting with Stephen Ambrose, 104:684; meeting with Thomas D. Clark, 104:684; named for Nathan Bedford Forrest, 104:684; and oral history, 104:390, 675–84; Pogue's War: Diaries of a WW II Combat Historian, reviewed, 100:203–4; quoted, 100:275–76; speech at Oral History Association, 104:627

Pogue Hollow (Ky.), 68:101



Pogue's War: Diaries of a WW II Combat Historian, by Forrest C. Pogue, edited by Franklin D. Anderson: reviewed, 100:203–4

Poinsett, Joel, 107:555, 567–68

"Point, The" (Covington, Ky.), 69:128–29

Point Isabel (Mexico): during Mexican War, 106:12

"Point of View: A Glimpse of the Kentucky Image in Photographs from the Kentucky Historical Society Collection," by Mary E. Winter, 90:90–115

Point Pleasant (W.Va.), 70:278; battle of, 70:152, 72:234, 75:316, 78:303, 91:251, 311; Daniel Boone in, 102:555

Point Pleasant, W.Va., 69:251

Poitier, Sidney, 109:400

Poland, 72:199, 100:130, 154, 295; and the Appalachian coal supply, 107:325; and Cassius M. Clay, 73:273–77; Jews in, 110:167

Polasek, Albin: illus., 102:532



Polio: An American Story, by David M. Oshinsky: reviewed, 103:600–601

"Polio in Kentucky–From Birthday Balls to the Breakthrough," by Nancy Bradshaw, 87:20–39



Polish Peasant in Europe and America, The, by W. I. Thomas and Florian Znaniecki, 71:113

Political Beginnings of Kentucky, by John Mason Brown, 70:111, 113, 117, 119

Political Companion to Henry Adams, A, by Natalie Fuehrer Taylor : reviewed, 109:493–94

Political Culture of the American Whigs, by Daniel Walker Howe: reviewed, 79:187–89

Political Economy of American Industrialization, 1877–1900, by Richard Franklin Bensel: reviewed, 99:317–18

Political Education of Henry Adams, by Brooks D. Simpson: reviewed, 95:324–25

"Political Genesis of Kentucky, by John Mason Brown, 70:112



Political Parties and American Political Development from the Age of Jackson to the Age of Lincoln, by Michael F. Holt: reviewed, 91:340–42

Political Parties and Primaries in Kentucky, by Penny M. Miller and Malcolm E. Jewell: reviewed, 89:301–2

Political Science in America: Oral Histories of a Discipline, edited by Michael A. Baer et al.: noted, 90:430–31

Political Waters: The Long, Dirty, Contentious, Incredibly Expensive but Eventually Triumphant History of Boston Harbor—A Unique Environmental Success Story, by Eric Jay Dolin: reviewed, 102:454–56

Politicians, Planters, and Plain Folk: Courthouse and Statehouse in the Upper South, 1850–1860, by Ralph A. Wooster: reviewed, 75:249–50

politics, national: 1928 presidential campaign, 104:417–18; 1940 presidential campaign, 104:485; 1944 presidential campaign, 104:494–95; 1948 presidential campaign, 104:521–22; 1960 presidential campaign, 104:572–73

"Politics and Corruption in Antebellum Kentucky: The Thomas S. Page Affair, 1852–1860," by Glen Taul and Dennis Fielding, 89:239–65

Politics of Conscience: A Biography of Margaret Chase Smith, by Patricia Ward Wallace: reviewed, 94:338–39

Politics of Despair: Power and Resistance in the Tobacco Wars, by Tracy Campbell: reviewed, 92:305–9

Politics of Education in the New South, The: Women and Reform in Georgia, 1890–1930, by Rebecca S. Montgomery: reviewed, 104:172–74

Politics of Individualism, The, by Lawrence Frederick Kohl, 100:30

Politics of Rage: George Wallace, the Origins of the New Conservatism, and the Transformation of American Politics, by Dan T. Carter: reviewed, 94:203–4

"Politics of the Elective Judiciary during the Period of Kentucky's Third Constitution (1850–91)," by Robert M. Ireland, 93:387–421



Politics of War, The: Race, Class, and Conflict in Revolutionary Virginia, by Michael A. McDonnell: reviewed, 105:698–700

Polizzi, Charles Jr., 98:362

Polk, James K., 68:18, 26, 36, 69:155, 71:349, 72:281, 409, 73:360, 364, 74:254, 81:180, 344, 85:6, 24, 26–27, 90:323, 326, 333–34, 338, 95:237, 240, 107:552; acquisition of Oregon and California, 107:551; Brigham Young letter to, 105:235–36, 243; Mexican War policy of, 106:6, 14, 31–34

Polk, Leonidas, 68:176, 69:357, 72:300, 304, 74:73, 127, 185, 76:9, 17, 79:8, 35, 127, 133, 80:196, 290, 88:281, 282, 285, 89:371, 93:263, 275, 276, 280, 97:277, 99:357, 101:452, 110:451–52; invasion of Ky., 70:166–67, 255–58, 262, 264, 271–72, 275, 106:454, 468; and the Jackson Purchase, 110:503, 505

Polk, Noel: restored edition of All the King's Men, 104:80–81, 85–87; and Robert Penn Warren, 104:85

Polk , William H., 79:24

Pollack, David: Caborn-Wellborn: Constructing a New Society after the Angel Chiefdom, reviewed, 102:567–69

Polland, Elijah, 88:410

Pollard, Edward A., 72:130, 107:246; book by, 107:221; and the Lost Cause, 102:399

Pollard, Joseph, 91:397

Pollard, Madeline Pollard, 101:59–61

Pollard, Mrs. Robert W., 71:224

Pollard, N. W., 77:263

Pollard, William, 88:410, 411

Polley, Jim, 102:70

Pollis, Henry W., 71:434

Pollock, Oliver, 81:15

Pollock, William P., 93:36

Polly, Randall, 78:206

Polmar, Norman: and Thomas B. Allen, Code-Name Downfall: The Secret Plan to Invade Japan—And Why Truman Dropped the Bomb, reviewed, 94:200–201

Polo Grounds (N.Y.), 96:276

Polsgrove, James H., 98:97

Polson, John S.: book notes by, 91:458, 92:450–51

Polytechnic Institute (Auburn, Ala.), 92:72

polyvinyl chloride: carcinagenic effect, 177–81, 102:157, 169–71, 177–81; economic significance of, 102:169; uses of, 102:158

Pomerene, Atlee, 95:39

Pomeroy, Samuel S.: and Garrett Davis, 110:378

Pomfret, Jack, 104:423

Pompey: African American on Ky. frontier, 95:123–26

Pond, James B., 72:135, 139, 141

Pond, Ozias, 72:139–40

"Pondering Mr. Jefferson's Documentary Legacy: An Essay Review," by Constance B. Schulz, 92:73–79

Ponte Rotto, Italy: during World War II, 110:76

Pontiac (Shawnee chief), 106:336

Ponton, Judge ——, 71:27

Pony Express: route of, 70:72

Poole, Clarence, 97:408

Poole, James William: country store of, 70:57–60

Poole, W. Scott: book review by, 101:350–52; Never Surrender: Confederate Memory and Conservatism in the South Carolina Upcountry, reviewed, 103:801–3

Poor, Jerry, 89:14–16, 30



Poor But Proud: Alabama's Poor Whites, by Wayne Flynt: reviewed, 88:341–42

"Poor Carolina": Politics and Society in Colonial North Carolina, 1729–1776, by Roger Ekirch: reviewed, 81:84–85

Poore, Donald: and Garlin M. Conner, 110:85



Poor Gentleman, The: performance of, 76:268

Poor Richard's Almanac, by Benjamin Franklin, 76:321, 323, 105:262, 266

Pope, Benjamin, 84:254

Pope, Charles Alexander, 68:362, 367

Pope, Curran, 95:11

Pope, Edmund P., 84:118

Pope, Eliza (Johnson), 88:414

Pope, Harry, 97:408

Pope, John, 70:64, 71:165, 168, 77:109–10, 78:128–29, 82:215, 88:412–15, 421, 101:456; during Civil War, 110:346; and the court-martial of Fitz John Porter, 110:413–16

Pope, Nathaniel, 69:271

Pope, Robert Dean: book note by, 86:404; book reviews by, 88:463–64, 90:312–13, 91:209–10, 93:112–13

Pope, Will, 88:286

Pope, Worden, 68:78, 80, 71:85, 74:51, 53, 57

Pope County, Ill., 69:240, 257, 259, 263, 265–66, 269, 271

"Popery Opposed to Civil and Religious Liberty," 69:162

Pope Villa (Lexington, Ky.): illus., 106:208

Popko, David, 101:234

Poplar Level Road (Louisville, Ky.), 107:60

Popov, Admiral ——, 73:277–78



Popular Images of the Presidency: From Washington to Lincoln, by Noble E. Cunningham: reviewed, 91:93–94

Popular Justice: A History of American Criminal Justice, by Samuel E. Walker: reviewed, 80:93–96

"Popular Prejudice Against the Catholic Church," 69:162

popular sovereignty, 103:667, 107:171; and Abraham Lincoln, 106:514

Populism, 76:26, 89:382, 384, 385–86, 392, 92:31, 93:289, 98:249, 99:57; Edward F. Prichard's senior thesis on, 104:426; in Ky., 78:219–42, 245



Populism and Politics: William Alfred Peffer and the People's Party, Peter H. Argersinger: reviewed, 73:200–202, 326–28

Populist Party, 74:41, 46; and the African American vote, 108:350; and the free-silver movement, 74:42; political campaign of, 108:368–69; reforms of, 108:360–61



Porgy and Bess, by George Gerschwin, 109:362, 371, 400

Poros, Greece, 72:168

Portage River (Ohio), 104:8

Portelli, Alessandro: books by, 104:643; oral history project of, 104:657; oral history roundtable discussion panelist, 104:643–73; They Say in Harlan County: An Oral History, reviewed, 108:383–84

Portelli, Sandro, 104:630–31

Porten, Harlan, 98:63

Porter, ——, 69:113

Porter, A. B., 89:392

Porter, Alexander, 106:8

Porter, Amy, 91:195, 196

Porter, Andrew, 69:188

Porter, David D., 69:24, 110:415; during Vicksburg campaign, 103:627, 632, 635, 644, 658

Porter, Edward Melvin, 110:554

Porter, Elizabeth R., 69:188–89, 191

Porter, Fitz John, 70:156; court-martial of, 110:413–19, 426, 431

Porter, Hannah, 69:137–38

Porter, Horace M., 71:316

Porter, Joe Ashby: The Kentucky Stories, reviewed, 82:80–82

Porter, J. W., 74:112, 114–16

Porter, Katherine Anne, 90:373, 97:118; and Robert Penn Warren, 104:82, 87–88, 92

Porter, Laura Rominger: book review by, 108:268–70

Porter, Melba Dean: "Madeline McDowell Breckinridge: Her Role in the Kentucky Woman Suffrage Movement, 1908–1920," 72:342–63; See also, Hay, Melba Porter

Porter, Nimrod: Civil War diary of, 110:463

Porter, Paul, 104:493–94, 503, 543, 549; pardon of Edward F. Prichard, 104:539

Porter, Peter B., 72:209; recognition of Texas, 107:570

Porter, Peter Buel, 73:260–61

Porter, Samuel, 71:436, 72:23

Porter, Will, 100:308

Porter, William, 69:134, 137–38; Daniel Boone's survey for, 102:545

Porter, Woodford, 109:409; voter registration drive in Louisville, Ky., 109:403, 405

Porteret, Pierre, 69:241

Port Gibson, Miss., 69:101, 70:195; battle of, Twenty-second Kentucky Union Infantry Regiment in, 105:660–61, 673; and the Vicksburg campaign, 103:644

Port Hudson, La.: African Americans at siege of, 110:423

Portia: The Life of Portia Washington Pittman, the Daughter of Booker T. Washington, by Ruth Ann Stewart: reviewed, 76:333–35

Portland (Louisville, Ky.): and 1850 López expedition, 105:599; and the Underground Railroad, 109:323–24

Portland, Ky., 68:255, 72:39, 42, 46, 53, 337; annexation of, 107:46; Confederacy of, 82:170–75

Portland, Ohio: See Oak Hill, Ohio

Portland Avenue (Louisville, Ky.), 107:33, 45

Portland Canal (Louisville, Ky.), 95:5

Portland State University (Portland, Ore.), 104:628

Portland Street (Louisville, Ky.), 106:63

Port Oliver, Ky., 70:206

Portrait of a Father, by Robert Penn Warren: reviewed, 87:63–64

Portrait of America: A Cultural History of the Federal Writers' Project, by Jerrold Hirsch: reviewed, 101:536–38

Portrait of Early Families: Frankfort Area Before 1860, edited by Rebecca Darnell Bolton, Mary Nash Cox, and Sallie Clay Lanham: noted, 107:627

Portraits and Dreams: Photographs and Stories by Children of the Appalachians, by Wendy Ewald: noted, 84:237

Portsmouth, N.H., 110:413

Portsmouth, Ohio, 74:243, 97:404

Portsmouth Shoe-Steels (Ohio), 97:427–30, 443

Portsmouth Spartans (Ohio), 97:431, 433–43

Portugal, 72:143

Portuguese: Melungeon ancestry, 102:210–12, 218, 222–23

Posey, Walter Brownlow, 71:64

Posey, W. H., 95:396

Posey County, Ind., 74:66



Position of Episcopalians in Relation to Christians of Other Nations, 69:78

Post, David: "From the Jefferson Seminary to the Louisville Free School: Change and Continuity in Western Education, 1813–1840," 86:103–18

Post, James C., 95:380, 382–83, 385, 386

Postage Stamp Guide to Kentucky, by Harry G. Enoch: noted, 84:103

Postelwait, John, 69:133

Postema, Pam, 109:464

Postlethwait's Tavern (Lexington, Ky.): illus., 100:31

Post-Wolcott, Marion, 84:176

Potawatomie Creek (Kans.), 69:161

Potawatomi Indians, 91:252–53, 255–56, 258, 272, 284, 92:161; expedition against, 105:222–25

Poteet, James H., 69:36

Potomac River (Va.), 69:4, 70:131, 72:406; during Civil War, 110:474

Potosi, Mo., 68:59

Potter, Alonzo, 69:49

Potter, David M., 99:95–96, 100:273, 275, 107:181; Lincoln and His Party in the Secession Crisis, 101:424; view of Jefferson Davis, 101:435–37

Potter, Foster, 90:353–54

Potter, Herschel, 93:68

Potter, Hugh O., 68:81, 271, 69:89–90, 70:75, 71:224; book review by, 69:174–75; A History of Owensboro and Daviess County, Kentucky, reviewed, 73:416, 417; "Owenboro's Original Proprietor," 69:1–16

Potter, J. R., 88:433

Potter, Pleasant J., 79:20

Potter College (Bowling Green, Ky.), 68:210

Potter College for Young Ladies (Bowling Green, Ky.), 86:38, 89:141, 143

Potter family, 68:226

Pottinger's Creek (Ky.), 68:252–54; \, 68:263

Pottingers Station, Ky., 70:223

Potts, Guy: illus., 101:248; Lexington, Ky., 101:264

Potts Lumber Company (Frankfort, Ky.), 100:172–73

Poulson, Susan L.: and Leslie Miller-Bernal, eds., Going Coed: Women's Experiences in Formerly Men's Colleges and Universities, 1950–2000, reviewed, 102:445–46

Poulton, Helen J.: The Historian's Handbook: A Descriptive Guide to Reference Works, reviewed, 70:233–35

Pound, Ezra: Robert Penn Warren's defense of, 104:92

Pound, Louise, 80:171

Pound, Roscoe, 69:275

Pound Gap (Letcher County, Ky.), 78:206–7

Pound Gap Trail (Ky.), 69:287

poverty: causes of, 107:342–45, 350–51, 353–69; issue of in United States, 107:301–2; and the War on Poverty in Appalachian Ky., 107:301–417



Poverty Knowledge: Social Science, Social Policy, and the Poor in Twentieth-Century U.S. History , by Alice O'Connor, 107:343–44; reviewed, 99:431–33

Powderly, Terrence V., 86:222

Poweleit, Alvin C., 86:247, 252, 256, 269

Powell, Adam Clayton Sr., 109:321; in Louisville, Ky., 109:406

Powell, Allan Kent: Splinters of a Nation: German Prisoners of War in Utah, reviewed, 89:320–21

Powell, Arthur G.: Lessons from Privilege: The American Prep School Tradition, reviewed, 95:333–34

Powell, Captain ——, 72:266, 268

Powell, Dick, 100:198

Powell, E. L., 74:113, 116–18, 120–22, 94:253

Powell, George, 82:240–41

Powell, James Wooldridge: Edgewood, the Story of a Family and Their House, noted, 78:193

Powell, John W.: Yankee Artillerymen Through the Civil War with Eli Lilly's Indiana Battery, reviewed, 74:349

Powell, Lazarus W., 71:332, 73:369, 75:245, 84:144, 88:266, 268, 110:392; Federal occupation of Ky., 110:346; and Garrett Davis, 110:376, 378, 401; opposition to emancipation, 106:582–83; portrait, 101:18

Powell, Lazurus W., 69:109

Powell, Purman, 77:13

Powell, Robert A.: Kentucke: The Story of a Proud Heritage, reviewed, 76:242–43; Kentucky Governors, reviewed, 75:325–26; This Is Kentucky, reviewed, 74:128, 129

Powell, Ruth, 109:176

Powell, Sallie L.: articles by, 109:284, 293–94; "'It is Hard to Be What You Have not Seen': Brenda Hughes and the Black and White of the Zebra Shirt—Race and Gender in Kentucky High School Basketball," 109:433–65; "'Playing Fairly and Fiercely': Paradigms of the Early Years of Kentucky White Girls' Basketball, 1891-1919," 109:153–86

Powell, Samuel, 88:147

Powell, Thomas Reed, 104:435, 472

Powell, William S.: Dictionary of North Carolina Biography, vol. 1, A-C, noted, 78:386–87

Powell County, Ky., 70:293, 74:10, 315, 107:404

Powell's Mountain (Va., Tenn.), 79:256

Power, J. Tracy: book review by, 105:497–99

Power, Thomas, 84:14–16

Power and Culture: The Japanese-American War, 1941–1945, by Akira Iriye: reviewed, 80:477–78

Power and Peace: The Diplomacy of John Foster Dulles, by Frederick W. Marks III: reviewed, 92:231–32

Power and Powerlessness: Quiescence and Rebellion in an Appalachian Valley, by John Gaventa: reviewed, 80:222–24

power companies, in Kentucky, 104:522–23; regulation of, 104:510–11

Power Equalization Program (1979): creation of, 109:33–34; funding of, 109:53; and public school reform, 109:40–42

Power of Femininity in the New South: Women's Organizations and Politics in North Carolina, 1880-1930, by Anastatia Sims: reviewed, 96:105–6

Powers, Caleb, 76:211–13, 308, 83:125, 99:158

Powers, Francis Gary, 83:125–26

Powers, Georgia Davis, 89:357, 90:86, 101:4, 109:283, 110:240, 557; and Edward T. Breathitt, 99:8, 30, 36–37; election of, 109:429; I Shared the Dream: The Pride, Passion and Politics of the First Black Woman Senator from Kentucky, reviewed, 94:70–71; in Ky. senate, 99:271–73, 364–65; and Louisville, 99:364–65, 381–83; political career of, 110:549–50; "power suit" of, 99:302

Powers, Kevin: book review by, 101:181–82

Powers That Be, by David Halberstam, 104:437–38, 550, 552

Poyzer, George, 71:81

Pozzetta, George E.: and Randall M. Miller, eds., Shades of the Sunbelt: Essays on Ethnicity, Race, and the Urban South, reviewed, 87:84–85

Practical Distiller, 106:61

"Practical Recognition of the Brotherhood of Man, A": John G. Fee and the Camp Nelson Experience, by Richard D. Sears, 110:233; reviewed, 85:163–64

Practical Treatise on the Diseases Peculiar to Women, by Samuel Ashwell, 74:90

Prados, John, 95:289; Safe for Democracy: The Secret Wars of the CIA, reviewed, 105:164–66

Prairie du Chien (Ill.), 69:251

Prairie Power: Voices of 1960s Midwestern Student Protest, by Robbie Lieberman: reviewed, 102:273–75

Prairie View A&M University (Prairie View, Texas), 110:537

Prall, John A., 71:258, 72:367

Prather, Joseph, 99:217–19

Prather, Thomas, 100:437

Prather, William, 106:9

Prather Street (Louisville, Ky.), 107:46, 109:301

Prats, Armando Jose: Invisible Natives: Myth & Identity in the American Western, reviewed, 101:562–63

Pratt, Eliphaz Perkins, 73:234–35

Pratt, Mrs. LeRoy G., 87:29

Pratt, Robert A.: We Shall Not Be Moved: The Desegregation of the University of Georgia, reviewed, 100:564–66

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