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



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Pratt, Walter F. Jr.: The Supreme Court under Edward Douglass White, 1910–1921, reviewed, 98:123–25

Pratt, William B., 70:98–99, 101–7

Pratt, William Moody, 72:383, 81:362

Pratt Institute Library School (Brooklyn, N.Y., 69:i (Jan.)

Pravda, 107:230

Prchal, Tim: book review by, 105:722–24

Preakness Stakes, 100:480, 482

Preble County, Ohio, 91:14



Précis ou Abrégé des Voyages, Travaux, et Recherches de C. S. Rafinesque, edited by Charles Boewe and others: reviewed, 86:77

"Predreadnought Battleship USS Kentucky," by John S. Gillig, 88:45–81



Pregnant by Mistake: oral history and the law, 104:652

Preliminary Emancipation Proclamation (1862), 106:439, 454–55, 523–24, 575

"Prelude to Donelson: Grant's January, 1862, March Into Kentucky," by C. Peter Ripley, 68:311–18

Prelude to Greatness: Lincoln in the 1850s, by Don Fehrenbacher, 106:538

Premo, Terri L.: Winter Friends: Women Growing Old in the New Republic, 1785–1835, reviewed, 89:210–11

Prendergast, Norma: and Carol Kammen, Encyclopedia of Local History, reviewed, 98:334–36

Prentice, David, 86:110

Prentice, George D., 69:121, 335, 70:300, 308–9, 71:323, 72:367–68, 380, 75:219, 76:3, 19, 156, 206, 79:27, 80:287, 81:137, 84:116, 127, 129–30, 143, 86:355, 93:292, 96:232, 99:344–46, 350, 100:443, 103:204; and Abraham Lincoln, 103:630, 106:475; attitude to African American Union soldiers, 103:628; and Bloody Monday, 69:160, 163–69, 171; during Civil War, 110:351; defends Louisville's Know-Nothing government, 102:380–81; and Grant's Jewish expulsion order, 103:634; and Henry C. Burnett, 77:272; illus., 102:361, 103:631, 106:602; John Hunt Morgan message to, 108:41, 48; Ky. Historical Society, 101:8; opposition to John C. Frémont, 106:577; reaction to capture of Fort Donelson, 103:628–30; reaction to Grant's Vicksburg campaign, 103:632, 658–59; reaction to Louisville lynching, 102:372–73, 377; relationship with George Keats, 106:52; and the slave curfew, 102:363–65; and slavery, 106:596, 601; support for the Union, 110:256; Thomas D. Clark commentary on, 103:340–41

Prentis, Joseph: correspondence of, 90:117–39

Prentiss, Benjamin F., 75:24–25

Prentiss, B. M., 70:261–63

Prentiss, George: battle of Shiloh, 88:282, 283–84

Prentiss, James, 72:40, 77:92; and the failure of the Ky. Insurance Company, 73:1–16

Prentiss, Sergeant S., 71:323, 73:361–62

Presby, Willard, 69:63



Presbyterian, The, 72:329

Presbyterian Academy (Greenville, Ky.), 97:287



Presbyterian and Reformed Review, 72:333, 335

Presbyterian Herald, 69:322, 73:233; Federal occupation of Ky., 110:350

Presbyterian Library (Philadelphia, Pa.), 92:348



Presbyterian of the West, 73:233–34

Presbyterians, 69:33, 193, 216–21, 223–24, 264, 287, 313, 319, 362–63, 370, 376, 70:9, 102, 346, 72:10, 211–13, 323–24, 326–27, 420–21, 91:16, 158, 174, 93:143, 146, 98:399, 400, 99:66, 106:189; and abolitionism, 110:273–74; and Alben Barkley, 78:344, 347; in Breathitt County, 91:150–75; and the Cane Ridge revival, 85:308–21, 91:1–23, 106:201–6; and Charles S. Todd, 105:196; controversy over evolution, 74:118–19; Cumberland Presbyterians, 69:77–78, 225–26, 232, 73:123–26, 218–19, 219–20, 220, 224, 227, 233–36, 235, 238, 336, 74:99, 107, 85:319; in Danville, Ky., 106:179–82; emigration of antislavery activists from the South, 102:35; General Assembly, 72:214–15, 217; in Indiana, 68:292–310; and the issue of revivalism, 106:165–90; in Kentucky, 68:292–310; on Ky. frontier, 106:343; in Lexington, Ky., 106:192–93, 195–99, 206–7, 212, 216, 219, 221, 223–25, 227–29; in Louisville, 68:4; New Light, 69:230–31, 234; New Light movement in, 74:99, 107, 106:172, 186–87, 203–5; New School, 68:292, 294, 72:216, 421, 74:99–111, 106:189; New School and the slavery debate, 110:277–78; New Side, 106:173, 187; Old School, 68:292–94, 69:367, 72:215–16, 421, 110:283; Old School-New School split in, 74:99, 100, 110; Presbytery of Transylvania (Ky.), 74:101; Providence Presbytery (Ky.), 74:102–3; Psalmody in, 74:99; and revivalism, 110:6; and slavery, 73:217–40, 91:17, 19, 102:13–38, 15, 25; Synod of 1834, 71:227–28; Synod of Kentucky, 75:105, 91:156; Synod of Virginia, 91:6, 19; Transylvania Presbytery, 91:2–7, 14, 16–17, 21; in the United States, 91:155–56, 161; West Lexington Presbytery, 91:17, 19



Presbyterians: Two Hundred Years in Danville, 1784–1974, by Richard C. Brown: reviewed, 82:394–96

Presbyterian Theological Seminary (Louisville, Ky.), 92:71

Presbytery of Redstone (Pa.), 102:30

Prescod, Martha, Norman Noonan, Judy Richardson, Betty Garman Robinson, Jean Smith Young, Dorothy Zellner, and Faith Holsaert, eds.: Hands on the Freedom Plow: Personal Accounts by Woman in SNCC, reviewed, 109:138–41

"Preservation of Southern Historical Documents," by Thomas D. Clark, 103:143–58

Preserving Charleston's Past, Shaping Its Future: The Life and Times of Susan Pringle Frost, by Sidney R. Bland: reviewed, 94:91–92

Presidencies of Grover Cleveland, by Richard E. Welch Jr.: reviewed, 88:101–2

Presidencies of William Henry Harrison and John Tyler, by Norma Lois Peterson: reviewed, 88:342–43

Presidencies of Zachary Taylor and Millard Fillmore, by Elbert B. Smith: reviewed, 87:70–71

Presidency and Women, The: Promise, Performance, and Illusion, by Janet M. Martin: reviewed, 101:554–56

Presidency of Abraham Lincoln, by Phillip Shaw Paludan: reviewed, 93:222–24

Presidency of Andrew Jackson, by Donald B. Cole: reviewed, 92:211–12

Presidency of Andrew Jackson: White House Politics, 1829–1837, by Richard B. Latner: reviewed, 80:235–36

Presidency of Franklin Pierce by Larry Gara: reviewed, 90:294–95

Presidency of Gerald R. Ford, by John Robert Greene: noted, 94:113–14

Presidency of James K. Polk, by Paul H. Bergeron: reviewed, 86:184–85

Presidency of James Monroe, by Noble E. Cunningham Jr.: reviewed, 94:312–14

Presidency of John Quincy Adams, by Mary W. M. Hargreaves: reviewed, 84:428–29

Presidency of Lyndon B. Johnson, by Vaughn Davis Bornet: reviewed, 83:289–90

Presidency of Martin Van Buren, by Major L. Wilson: reviewed, 82:405–6

President Eisenhower and Strategy Management: A Study in Defense Politics, by Douglas Kinnard: reviewed, 76:255–57

Presidential Anecdotes, by Paul F. Boller Jr.: reviewed, 81:82–83

Presidential Campaigns, by Paul F. Boller Jr.: reviewed, 83:72–74

Presidential Medal of Freedom: and Robert Penn Warren, 104:79



President is at Camp David, by W. Dale Nelson: reviewed, 93:502

President Johnson's War on Poverty: Rhetoric and History, by David Zarefsky: noted, 84:455–56

President Lincoln: The Duty of a Statesman, by William Lee Miller, 106:437–38

President of the Other America: Robert Kennedy and the Politics of Poverty, by Edward R. Schmitt: reviewed, 107:462–64

Presidents, The (1976), edited by Robert G. Ferris: reviewed, 76:64–65

Presidents, The (1977), edited by Robert G. Ferris: reviewed, 77:153–55

Presidents Above Party: The First American Presidency, by Ralph Ketcham: reviewed, 82:403–4

Presidents and Political Thought, by David J. Siemers: reviewed, 107:436–38

Presidents and the Prime Ministers: Washington and Ottawa Face to Face; The Myth of Bilateral Bliss, 1867–1982, by Lawrence Martin: noted, 81:463–64

President's Appalachian Regional Commission (PARC): creation of, 107:378, 380; and Franklin D. Roosevelt Jr., 107:380–81

President's Committee on Juvenile Delinquency (PCJD), 107:379; and Robert F. Kennedy, 107:376–78

President's House: A History, by William Seale: reviewed, 85:359–62

President Washington's Indian War: The Struggle for the Old Northwest, 1790–1795, by Wiley Sword: reviewed, 84:323–24

Presidio, Texas, 71:19

"Presley O'Bannon: Archetypical Marine Lieutenant," by Edwin H. Simmons, 71:439–44

Presnell, Glenn, 97:434, 436, 439



Press, Politics, and Patronage, The: The American Government's Use of Newspapers, 1789–1875, by Culver H. Smith: reviewed, 76:326–38

Presser, ——, 92:133



Press Gallery: Congress and the Washington Correspondents, by Donald A. Ritchie: reviewed, 90:412–13

Press Gang: Newspapers and Politics, 1865–1878, by Mark Wahlgren Summers: reviewed, 92:426–28

"Press in the North during the Civil War, The," 71:333–34

"Press Reaction to the Appointment of Fred M. Vinson as Chief Justice of the United States," by Philip A. Grant Jr., 75:304–13

Preston, Alice Ward: illus., 100:289

Preston, Ann Sophonisba, 72:209, 218

Preston, Brett, 100:282

Preston, Carry, 94:120–21

Preston, Col. ——, 68:364

Preston, —— (Covington, Ky.), 76:209

Preston, Francis, 72:210, 80:276–77

Preston, Francis (uncle of William Preston), 93:258

Preston, Franky, 83:226

Preston, Grace Mollette: illus., 100:281, 286; writing story of, 100:279–91

Preston, Howard L.: and Joe P. Dunn, eds., The Future South: A Historical Perspective for the Twenty-first Century, reviewed, 90:316–17

Preston, James Patton, 93:258

Preston, John, 72:331, 77:290, 78:199, 94:121

Preston, John David: The Civil War in the Big Sandy Valley of Kentucky, noted, 83:295–96

Preston, Johny, 83:226

Preston, Lifie: illus., 100:281, 284, 290; writing story of, 100:279–91

Preston, Linda Sue: See DeRosier, Linda Scott

Preston, Margaret Howard Wickliffe, 93:258–59, 269, 285

Preston, Margaret Jr. ("Poog"), 94:120–21

Preston, Margaret (Wickliffe), 94:118–21

Preston, Mary, 94:120–21, 97:174

Preston, Mary Owen, 94:119

Preston, Paris: illus., 100:289

Preston, Samuel H.: and Michael R. Haines, Fatal Years: Child Mortality in Late Nineteenth-Century America, reviewed, 90:408–9

Preston, Thomas, 70:277

Preston, Wick, 93:269

Preston, William, 72:226, 228–29, 234, 237, 395, 107:39–40; land grant of, 107:60; land in Louisville, Ky., 107:46–47; recognition of Texas, 107:569

Preston, William (1729-1783), 71:467, 78:300–301, 303–4, 307, 84:257, 259; frontier Ky. land claims, 78:300–301, 303–4, 307; and John Floyd, 83:202–28, 230–36

Preston, William (1729-83): and the Fincastle surveyors, 70:277–78, 286, 293

Preston, William (1816-81): and Confederate identity of Ky., 110:313

Preston, William (1816-87), 69:146, 323, 75:7, 13–14, 16, 79:15, 126, 84:127, 90:342, 92:369, 94:120–21, 126, 95:252, 264, 97:174, 104:59; and the fight for Southern Independence, 93:257–85; on invasion of Cuba, 105:580–82

Preston, William C., 85:18

Preston, William Campbell, 93:258

Preston Highway (Louisville, Ky.), 107:33, 60

Prestonia Land Company (Louisville, Ky.): land development by, 107:60

Prestonsburg, Ky., 69:286, 72:306, 107:320; during Civil War, 108:84; Edward F. Prichard's speech in, 104:591

Prestonsburg Community College (Prestonsburg, Ky.), 102:78

Preston's Enlargement (Louisville, Ky.), 107:46; Shelton Morris's property in, 109:308

Prestons of Smithfield and Greenfield in Virginia, by John Frederick Dorman: noted, 81:111

Preston's Station (Prestonsburg, Ky.), 78:199

Preston Street (Louisville, Ky.), 109:302

Presyterian Herald: and colonization, 75:96

Prewitt, H. R., 82:239

Price, Benjamin Lewis: book review by, 105:99–100

Price, D. L., 69:123

Price, Dr. ——, 85:342

Price, Jacob, 98:160, 165, 171

Price, J. Hop, 71:43

Price, John, 110:12, 20; and unification of Baptists in Ky., 110:15, 18, 27, 31

Price, R. N., 93:65–66

Price, Samuel Woodson, 73:323

Price, Sgt. ——, 70:176

Price, Sterling, 68:350, 70:254, 259, 74:350, 79:127, 86:367

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

Price House Hotel (Catlettsburg, Ky.), 72:259–60



Price of Defiance, The: James Meredith and the Integration of Ole Miss, by Charles W. Eagles: reviewed, 107:293–94

Price of Loyalty, The: Tory Writings from the Revolutionary Era: edited by Catherine C. Crary, reviewed, 72:183–85

Prichard, Allen, 104:543; illus., 104:544

Prichard, Edward F. Jr., 80:328, 99:32; appeal to Supreme Court, 104:539; ballot stuffing during 1948 Democratic senatorial primary, 104:528–42; biographical sketch, 104:395–97; and the Bretton Woods Conference, 104:494–95; career in Washington, D.C., 104:450–51, 482–507; decision to return to Kentucky, 104:505–7; depression of, 104:546–47; education of, 104:397, 406–10, 419–39, 601; family of, 104:400–419, 443, 543, 550, 590; on future of Kentucky, 104:602–8; illus., 104:396, 401, 508, 526, 533, 544, 597, 603; imprisonment of, 104:538–42; interest in journalism, 104:425, 427–28; Kentucky Educational Television special about, 104:399–400; later career of, 104:542–49, 600–602; law practice of, 104:507–9, 543–44, 548–50; marriage of, 104:524–28; and the Office of Production Management, 104:486–90; oral history interviews of, 104:395–608; pardon of, 104:498, 501–2, 529, 538–39; pardon of, illus., 104:498; and political campaigns, 104:494–95, 544–46, 554–55, 558–59, 572–73, 580–88; and public school reform, 109:43–44, 46, 48–50, 52; relationship with A. B. "Happy" Chandler, 104:513, 540–45; relationship with Bert Combs, 104:397, 548, 570–71, 601; relationship with Dick Moloney, 104:509–10; relationship with Earle Clements, 104:509, 510, 512–13; relationship with Edward T. Breathitt, 104:397, 548, 570–72, 591–601; relationship with Felix Frankfurter, 104:398, 426, 428–36, 451, 455–81; relationship with Franklin D. Roosevelt, 104:425, 480–81; relationship with John Ed Pearce, 104:392, 530, 593, 601; relationship with Philip Graham, 104:549–53; relationship with the press, 104:549, 571–72; tax problems, 104:547–48; Thomas D. Clark commentary on, 103:374–76

Prichard, Erin E.: and Todd M. Ahlman, eds., TVA Archaeology: Seventy-Five Years of Prehistoric Site Research, reviewed, 107:287–89

Prichard, James M.: book reviews by, 93:209–10, 94:423–25, 95:321–23, 445–48, 96:387–89, 98:114–17, 327–28, 100:61–62, 529–31, 104:291–93, 757–59

Prichard, Louis, 104:543

Prichard, Lucy Elliott, 104:397, 543; death of, 104:392; early life, 104:525–26; illus., 104:526; marriage of, 104:524–28; personality of, 104:526–27; reaction to Edward F. Prichard's imprisonment, 104:540

Prichard, Myra Helmer: Dark Days of Abraham Lincoln's Widow: As Revealed by Her Own Letters, noted, 109:148–49

Prichard, Nathan, 104:543; illus., 104:544; photographs by, 104:396, 603

Prichard and Ball (Paris, Ky.), 104:400

Prichard Committee for Academic Excellence, 97:133, 104:601; creation of, 109:43; origins of, 109:48–49; and public school reform, 109:46–47, 49–52, 57, 62; Thomas D. Clark speech to, 103:368–69

Prichard Oral History Project, 104:399



Pride of the Confederate Artillery: The Washington Artillery in the Army of Tennessee, by Nathaniel Cheairs Hughes Jr.: reviewed, 96:403–5

Priest, Frances Jones, 68:72

Priest, Lucy, 68:77

Priest, Mattie, 90:246

Priest, Nancy L.: "Joseph Rogers Underwood; Nineteenth Century Kentucky Orator," 75:286–303

Priest, Peter, 68:72, 77

Priestley, Joseph, 79:309, 317, 86:107, 105:256

Priestley's Seminary (Danville, Ky.), 68:320

Priestly, James, 78:6

Prieto, Laura R.: At Home in the Studio: The Professionalization of Women Artist in America, reviewed, 100:386–89

Primitive Baptist Church (Lexington, Ky.), 102:6

Primitive Baptists: and Ernie Fletcher, 102:6

Prince, Eldred E. Jr.: with Robert R. Simpson, Long Green: The Rise and Fall of Tobacco in South Carolina, reviewed, 99:171–72

Prince, Lawrence: bail hearing in Louisville lynching case, 102:379

Prince, Morton Henry, 106:451

Prince, Ulysses, 88:329

Prince, William, 69:256, 77:205, 78:116, 80:401

Prince Edward County, Ontario, Canada: and George A. Ellsworth, 108:9, 17

Prince family, 68:226

Prince George County, Va., 90:119

Princess Anne County, Va., 70:25

Prince's Station, Tenn., 77:205

Princeton, Ky., 68:57, 69:246, 74:309, 75:89, 98:292, 293; battle of, 69:188; NAACP in, 109:362

Princeton, N.J., 71:461; battle of, 70:327

Princeton College (Princeton, N.J.), 72:326

Princeton Review, 72:326, 329, 73:231, 233

Princeton Seminary (Princeton, N.J.), 68:303, 310

Princeton Theological Seminary (Princeton, N.J.), 72:151, 208–9, 217, 323, 326–28, 332–34

Princeton University (Princeton, N.J.), 69:50, 70:68, 146, 71:8, 81, 74:106, 88:179, 101:424, 107:147, 110:565; Edward F. Prichard at, 104:419–28

Princetown, Ky., 94:64

Princetown School (Lexington, Ky.): closes, 101:247

Prindle, David F.: book reviews by, 100:538–39, 104:377–78; Paradox of Democratic Capitalism, The: Politics and Economics in American Thought, reviewed, 104:705–7

Prisoners of Myth: The Leadership of the Tennessee Valley Authority, 1933–1990, by Erwin C. Hargrove: reviewed, 93:495–96

Prisoners of Niagara or Errors of Education, The: A New Novel Founded on Fact, by Jessee L. Holman: reviewed, 74:58–59

prisoners of war: illus., 100:141, 144, 147, 151, 157, 161, 164; in Ky. during World War II, 100:139–65



Prison Life Among the Rebels: Recollections of a Union Chaplain, edited by Edward D. Jervey: reviewed, 88:476–77

Pritchard, James: In Search of Empire: The French in the Americas, 1670–1730, reviewed, 103:551–52

Pritchette, Glen: Fayette County, Ky., school integration, 101:250–51

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



Private Civil War: Popular Thought During the Sectional Conflict, by Randall C. Jimerson: reviewed, 87:452–53

Private Franklin, The, by Claude-Anne Lopez and Eugenia Herbert, 105:250

Prize Cases, 98:180

"Problem of Concealed Weapons in Nineteenth-Century Kentucky," by Robert M. Ireland, 91:370–85



Problem of Emancipation, The: The Caribbean Roots of the American Civil War, by Edward Bartlett Rugemer: reviewed, 107:98–100

Problems of Plenty: The American Farmer in the Twentieth Century, by R. Douglas Hurt: reviewed, 101:534–36

Pro-Choice Coalition of Kentucky, 99:255

Proclamation of 1763, 69:202, 72:395, 90:226, 106:335, 107:38

Proclamation of Amnesty and Reconstruction (1863), 110:428

Proclamation of Neutrality (1793), 71:365

Procter, Henry, 75:194, 83:94, 105, 87:106; at Fort Meigs, 104:20–22, 39, 41; prisoners of war, report on, 104:38; during the War of 1812, 105:213, 218

Proctor, Frank "Trey": book review by, 110:97–99

Proctor, John R., 68:2, 9, 11

Proctor, John Robert, 75:222–23, 225, 80:423, 426–27, 429; Ky. Historical Society, 101:12

Proctor, Larkin, 75:15

Proctor, Louise Cordelia: and high school girls' basketball, 109:176–77, 186

Proctor, Samuel, 72:70

Proctor, William J. Jr., 94:399

Proctor and Gamble, 94:271, 97:39, 100:319

Proctor Knott Avenue (Lebanon, Ky.), 70:82

Profiles in Courage, by John F. Kennedy, 74:236

Profiles of Paducah People, by Allan Rhodes Sr. and John E. L. Robertson: noted, 107:633, 109:147–48

Profiles of Rafinesque, edited by Charles Boewe: listed, 102:152

Program 60:1960-1970, A Decade of Action for Progress in Eastern Kentucky: and infrastructure development, 107:335–36

Progressive Era, 79:136–37, 94:226, 234, 243, 263, 107:341

"Progressive Movement in the South, 1870–1914," by Arthur Link, 70:68–69

Progressive Party, 72:354, 98:268; defended by Louisville Courier-Journal, 104:243; support of the Bradens for, 104:223; ticket in 1948, 109:329



Progressive Presidents: Roosevelt, Wilson, Roosevelt, Johnson, by John M. Blum: reviewed, 80:111–13

Progressives and Prohibitionists: Texas Democrats in the Wilson Era, by Lewis L. Gould: noted, 91:462

Progressivism, 70:68–69, 144, 93:31, 98:265; effect on Melungeons, 102:219; and Ky. governors, 76:285–306; in Nelson and Washington counties, 87:144–61



Progressivism–And After, by William English Walling, 96:367

Prohibition, 76:303, 87:149, 90:104–5, 94:256–57, 260, 263, 276, 95:54, 96:64–66, 98:344, 397, 99:14; in Ky. politics, 78:246, 248–49, 251–53, 79:144–50, 155–56, 158, 160–61; and Patrick Henry Callahan, 92:175–99

"Prohibition and Politics in Kentucky: The Gubernatorial Campaign and Election of 1915," by Thomas H. Appleton Jr., 75:28–54

Prohibition Party, 73:381

Project MUSE: and the Register of the Kentucky Historical Society, 108:2

Prokop, Eugene, 97:60, 62

Prokop, Victor, 100:153

Prokopowicz, Gerald J.: All for the Regiment: The Army of the Ohio, 1861–1862, reviewed, 99:159–60; book reviews by, 101:490–92, 109:244–46; Did Lincoln Own Slaves? and Other Frequently Asked Questions about Abraham Lincoln, 106:440–41



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

Promised Land: The South Since 1945, by David R. Goldfield: reviewed, 86:95–96

Promise of the New South: Life after Reconstruction, by Edward L. Ayers: reviewed, 91:355–57

Promises, by Robert Penn Warren, 104:79

Proper Sense of Honor, A: Service and Sacrifice in George Washington's Army, by Caroline Cox: reviewed, 102:406–8

Propes, Chris, 101:399; and Marshall Myers, eds.: "'I Don't Fear Nothing in the Shape of Man': The Civil War and Texas Border Letters of Edward Francis, U.S. Colored Troops," 101:457–78



Prophet, Pastor, and Patriarch: The Rhetorical Leadership of Alexander Campbell, by Peter A. Verkruyse: reviewed, 104:127–28

Proslavery: A History of the Defense of Slavery in America, 1701–1840, by Larry E. Tise: reviewed, 86:286–88

Protestantism, 92:182, 183, 185, 187–89, 192, 198; Fr. John Thayer's attitude to, 101:289–90; in the South, 94:275–88

Protsman, W. O.: on tobacco farming, 108:322

Protzman, Lawrence, 70:347, 94:21



Proud Kentuckian: John C Breckinridge, 1821–1875, by Frank H. Heck: reviewed, 76:55–57

Proudly We Can Be Africans: Black Americans and Africa, 1935–1961, by James H. Meriwether: reviewed, 101:201–3

Prout, Robert, 69:59

Providence, Ky.: during World War II, 100:168, 176–77, 183, 193–94

Providence, R. I., 69:41–42

Providence, R.I.: Civil War memories in, 109:63

Providence College (Providence, R.I.): See Brown University

Providence Presbyterian Church (Harrodsburg, Ky.), 74:100, 106

Provisional Government of Confederate Kentucky: conventions and capital of, 110:290

Provost Guards: defense of Lexington, Ky., 110:349–50

Provost Marshal General's Office (PMGO), 105:435; World War II POW operations, 105:424, 427

Prowse, Charles O., 82:241

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