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



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Prucha, Francis Paul: book review by, 79:183–85

Pruett, J. W., 95:396

Prufer, Olaf H.: and Richard S. Mendl, and Sara E. Pedde, eds., Archaic Traditions in Ohio and Kentucky Prehistory, reviewed, 100:349–50

Pruitt, Ervin: and the commodities issue, 107:316–17

Pruitt family, 68:222

Prune Street Prison, Philadelphia, Pa., 70:321

Prussia: Jews in, 110:167; and the Spanish New World empire, 107:564

Pryor, Colonel—, 85:332, 336, 338, 353

Pryor, James, 93:397, 400

Pryor, Moses Tandy, 69:108

Pryor, M. T., 88:158

Pryor, William S., 81:136, 87:415, 93:403, 414

Przybyszewski, Linda: book review by, 100:220–21; The Republic According to John Marshall Harlan, reviewed, 98:209–11



Pseudo-Science and Society in Nineteenth Century America, edited by Arthur Wrobel: reviewed, 86:296–98

Psychiatric Persuasion: Knowledge, Gender, and Power in Modern America, by Elizabeth Lunbeck: reviewed, 93:237–38

Public Career of Cully A. Cobb, The: A Study in Agricultural Leadership, by Roy V. Scott and J. G. Shoalmire: reviewed, 72:171–72

Public Enemy, The (film), 98:425–27

Public Historian, 104:619

Public History: An Introduction, edited by Barbara J. Howe and Emory L. Kemp: noted, 85:285

Public Library of Kentucky: lotteries for, 87:414



Public Papers of Governor Brereton C. Jones, 1991–1995, edited by Penny M. Miller: reviewed, 99:402–3

Public Papers of Governor Edward T. Breathitt, 1963–1967, edited by Kenneth E. Harrell: reviewed, 84:76–77

Public Papers of Governor Keen Johnson, 1939–1943, edited by Frederic D. Ogden: reviewed, 81:200–203

Public Papers of Governor Lawrence W. Wetherby, 1950–1955, edited by John E. Kleber: reviewed, 82:176–77

Public Papers of Governor Louie B. Nunn, The, edited by Robert F. Sexton and Lewis Bellardo Jr.: reviewed, 75:141–42

Public Papers of Governor Martha Layne Collins, 1983-1987, edited by Elizabeth Duffy Fraas: reviewed, 106:238–40

Public Papers of Governor Simeon Willis, 1943–1947, edited by James C. Klotter: reviewed, 87:61–62

"Public Reactions to Ulysses S. Grant's Vicksburg Campaign in Ky., Cincinnati, and Across the Union," by James A. Ramage and Kristopher A. Teters, 103:627–60

Public Service Commission (Frankfort, Ky.), 99:5, 104:511, 580, 583

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

Public Works Administration (PWA), 90:276–78, 281

Pudup, Mary Beth: and Dwight B. Billings, and Altina L. Waller, eds., Appalachia in the Making: The Mountain South in the Nineteenth Century, reviewed, 94:300–302

Puerto Rico, 94:377, 384, 98:362; migration from, 107:340; possible invasion of, 107:555; and Spain, 107:556

Puget Sound (Wash.), 72:66

Pula, James S.: book review by, 108:278–80

Pulaski County, Ill., 69:240, 242, 270

Pulaski County, Ky., 69:333, 82:28–29, 31, 54, 93:134–36, 157, 158, 94:267, 100:16, 21; board of education of, 110:65; Federal occupation of, 110:339; and public school reform, 109:33



Pulitzer, A Life, by Denis Brian: reviewed, 100:382–83

Pulitzer, Joseph, 94:254

Pulitzer Fountain (New York City), 92:71

Pulitzer Prize, 70:150, 73:385, 94:250

Pullin, Tanya, 99:274

Pulse of Politics: Electing Presidents in the Media Age, by James David Barber: reviewed, 80:113–15

Punch: 1850 López expedition, illus., 105:589

Punitive War: Confederate Guerrillas and Union Reprisals, by Clay Mountcastle: reviewed, 107:278–79

Punto Lampasas, Mexico, 71:96

Purcell, Aaron D.: book note by, 95:215; "Bourbon to Bullets: Louisville's Distilling Industry during World War II, 1941–45," 96:61–87; "Louisville and the Origins of the L & N Railroad," 95:1–28; White Collar Radicals: TVA's Knoxville Fifteen, The New Deal, and the McCarthy Era, reviewed, 109:134–36

Purcell, Edward A. Jr.: The Crisis of Democratic Theory: Scientific Naturalism and the Problem of Value, reviewed, 72:192–94

Purcell, George, 86:228

Purcell, John, 108:184, 237

Purcell, L. Edward: ed., The Vice Presidents: A Biographical Dictionary, noted, 95:461

Purcell, Sarah: book review by, 108:396–98



Purchasing Identity in the Atlantic World: Massachusetts Merchants, 1670–1780, by Phyllis Whitman Hunter: reviewed, 100:209–10

Purdon, Patricia, 92:292

Purdue University (West Lafayette, Ind.), 71:209; and institutional review boards, 104:672

Purdy, George H., 70:216



Pure Fire: Self-Defense as Activism in the Civil Rights Era, by Christopher B. Strain: reviewed, 103:829–32

Pure Food: Securing the Federal Food and Drugs Act of 1906, by James Harvey Young: reviewed, 88:358–59

Puritan Origins of the American Self, The, by Sacvan Bercovitch: reviewed, 76:335–37

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

Purkiss, Ava: book review by, 109:256–58



Pursuit of a Dream, by Janet Sharp Hermann: reviewed, 81:223–24

Pursuit of Happiness: Family and Values in Jefferson's Virginia, by Jan Lewis: reviewed, 82:401–3

Pursuit of Public Power: Political Culture in Ohio, 1787–1861, edited by Jeffrey P. Brown and Andrew R. L. Cayton: noted, 93:508

Purviance, David, 69:229–30, 91:8, 12–14, 19, 22

Purvis, Thomas L., 85:103; "The Ethnic Descent of Kentucky's Early Population: A Statistical Investigation of European and American Sources of Emigration, 1790–1820," 80:253–66

Pusan Perimeter (Korea): and the U.S. Marine Corps Reserve, 110:137, 149–50

Pusatari, Joseph: residential construction by, 107:77

Pusateri, C. Joseph: "The 'Turn Another Screw' Affair: Oil and Railroads in the 1880's," 73:346–55

Pusey, Eleanor (Stewart), 103:489

Pusey, Henry, 88:41, 103:489

Pusey, Lena Stewart, 88:32, 36, 37, 41

Pusey, William A., 68:101, 103–4, 110, 112, 115–16

Pushmataha (Choctaw chief), 69:99

Pustz, Jennifer: Voices from the Back Stairs: Interpreting Servants' Lives at Historic House Museums, reviewed, 107:457–59

Putnam, A. W.: History of Middle Tennessee; or Life and Times of Gen. James Robertson, 70:237–39

Putnam, F. O., 86:35

Putnam, Katie, 88:36

Putnam County (Ill.), 69:179



Putnam County, Tennessee, 1850–1970, by Mary Dean DeLozier: reviewed, 78:383–84

Putnam's Magazine: and the Magniadas Lincoln medal, 109:203

Putting Meat on the American Table: Taste, Technology, Transformation, by Roger Horowitz: reviewed, 104:205–7

Pye, Lucian, 110:303

Pyron, Darden Asbury: Southern Daughter: The Life of Margaret Mitchell, reviewed, 91:104–5
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Quakers, 69:230, 331, 70:64, 71:111, 74:217, 106:333; in Depression-era Kentucky, 90:345–67; influence of William Morgan Beckner, 96:31, 47

"Qualifications of Mind and Heart Suitable for the Minister," by Benjamin Bosworth Smith, 69:61

Quality of Mercy: Southern Baptists and Social Christianity, 1890–1920, by Keith Harper: reviewed, 95:105–7

Quantrill, William Clarke, 86:352, 354–55, 367, 375, 90:59, 97:18; capture of, 110:459

Quapaw Indians, 69:243–44, 91:272

Quare Women's Journals: May Stone and Katherine Pettit's Summer in the Kentucky Mountains and the Founding of the Hindman Settlement School, edited by Jess Stoddart: reviewed, 95:433–35

Quarles, Tunstall, 88:4, 6, 10–12

Quartermaster Depot (Jeffersonville, Ind.), 104:223, 243

Quebec, Canada, 72:60, 72, 74:59, 97:359

Queen, F. J.: slaves of, 108:244

Queen & Crescent: railroad route, 69:93



Queen and the Arts: Cultural Life in Nineteenth-Century Cincinnati, by Robert C. Vitz: reviewed, 89:107–8

Queen City Guards: Cincinnati, Ohio, 105:587



Queen Katherine Parr, by Anthony Martienssen: reviewed, 72:415–17

Queen Marie of Romania: American tour of, 105:421; illus., 105:422

Queen's College (Oxford, Eng.), 69:60

Quest for the Origins of the First Americans, by James Dixon: noted, 92:446

Question of Character: A Life of John F. Kennedy, by Thomas C. Reeves, reviewed, 90:421–23

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



Question of Justice, A: New South Governors and Education, 1968–1976, by Gordon E. Harvey: reviewed, 101:385–87

Quick, David: Lexington, Ky., 101:238

Quigley, Q. Q., 110:527

Quill (Barret Manual Training High School): coverage of girls' basketball, 109:168–69

Quimby, Robert S.: The U.S. Army in the War of 1812: An Operational and Command Study, reviewed, 96:397–99

Quincy, Ill.: Lincoln-Douglas debate at, 106:516–17

Quincy, Josiah, 76:46

Quinn, Charles, 86:257

Quinn, Hartwell L.: Arthur Campbell: Pioneer and Patriot of the "Old Southwest," noted, 89:332

Quinn, Mary Ann: See Idzerda, Stanley J.

Quinn, Patrick, 69:159

Quinn, William Paul: churches of, 109:311–12

Quinn Chapel (Louisville, Ky.), 109:312, 315; Martin Luther King Jr. at, 109:374

Quinnipiac College (Hamden, Conn.), 70:331

Quinn's Row (Louisville, Ky.): and Bloody Monday, 69:159–60, 102:360

Quintayros Plaza (Cárdenas, Cuba), 105:608; skirmish at, 105:606–7; Spanish counterattack, 105:609–11

Quirk, Thomas, 72:233, 83:228

Quirk, Tom, 70:214, 216

Quisenberry, Anderson C., 70:109, 115–16; Kentucky in the War of 1812, noted, 68:281–82; The Life and Times of Hon. Humphrey Marshall, 70:72–74

Quisenberry, Anderson Chenault: statistics for War of 1812, 82:277–86

Quisenberry, Clyde, 89:271, 273

Quist, John W.: ed., For Free Press and Equal Rights: Republican Newspapers in the Reconstruction South, reviewed, 103:803–5

Quitman, John A., 71:323

Quitman, John Anthony: biographical sketch of, 105:586–87; and filibustering, 105:586

Quotations from Abraham Lincoln, edited by Ralph Y. McGinnis: reviewed, 77:55–56
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Rabb, Maurice, 99:363, 367, 372, 380, 383, 109:373



Rabble Rousers: The American Far Right in the Civil Rights Era, by Clive Webb: reviewed, 108:441–42

Rabe, Stephen G.: book reviews by, 88:487–88, 91:113–14

Rabinowitz, Howard, 97:315–17, 322; book review by, 78:70–72; Race, Ethnicity, and Urbanization: Selected Essays, by Howard Rabinowitz, reviewed, 92:437–38; Race Relations in the Urban South, 1865–1890, reviewed, 77:150–51; Southern Black Leaders of the Reconstruction Era, noted, 82:110–11

Rable, George C., 101:427, 110:485; book reviews by, 80:353–54, 85:181–83, 93:227–28, 358–59; But There Was No Peace: The Role of Violence in the Politics of Reconstruction, reviewed, 83:159–60; Civil Wars: Women and the Crisis of Southern Nationalism, reviewed, 88:215–17; Confederate Republic: A Revolution Against Politics, reviewed, 93:228–30; Fredericksburg! Fredericksburg!, reviewed, 100:226–27; God's Almost Chosen Peoples: A Religious History of the American Civil War, reviewed, 109:488–90

Raboteau, Albert, 91:68

Rabun County, Ga., 96:130

Rabun Gap–Nacoochee School (Ga.), 74:251

Raccoon Creek (Ky.), 68:108–9, 119



Raccoon John Smith: Frontier Kentucky's Most Famous Preacher, by John Sparks: reviewed, 104:288–89

Raccoon Springs, Ky., 68:105–7

Raccoon Valley (Greenup County, Ky.), 68:222

race: Abraham Lincoln's views on, 106:317–32, 515–18, 572; issue of during Civil War, 107:169–72; psychological basis of racial attitudes, 106:320–22



Race, Class, and Politics in Southern History: Essays in Honor of Robert F. Durden, edited by Jeffrey J. Crow, Paul D. Escott, and Charles L. Flynn: reviewed, 89:109–10

Race, Ethnicity, and Urbanization: Selected Essays, by Howard Rabinowitz: reviewed, 92:437–38

Race, War, and Remembrance in the Appalachian South, by John C. Inscoe: reviewed, 106:112–13

Race, War, and Surveillance: African Americans and the United States Government During World War I, by Mark Ellis: reviewed, 100:237–39

Race & Medicine in Nineteenth- and Early-Twentieth-Century America, by Todd L. Savitt: reviewed, 105:516–17

Race Against Time: Culture and Separation in Natchez since 1930, by Jack E. Davis: reviewed, 100:103–5

Race and History: Selected Essays, 1938–1988, by John Hope Franklin: reviewed, 89:110–12

Race and Liberty in the New Nation: Emancipation in Virginia from the Revolution to Nat Turner's Rebellion, by Eva Sheppard Wolf: reviewed, 107:104–5

Race and Reunion: The Civil War in American Memory, by David Blight, 110:578–79

Race and the Atlanta Cotton States Exposition, 1895, by Theda Perdue: reviewed, 108:152–54

Race and the University: A Memoir, by George Henderson: reviewed, 110:129–32

Race Horses of America, by Edward Troye, by Alexander Mackay-Smith: reviewed, 80:450–52

"Race Ideology and the Missionary Quest of Lucinda and Mary Helm: What Kentucky Patricians Thought They Knew about the 'negro element,'" by Fred A. Bailey, 99:53–68



Race on the Line: Gender, Labor, and Technology in the Bell System, 1880–1980, by Venus Green: reviewed, 100:389–91

Race over Empire: Racism and U.S. Imperialism, 1865–1900, by Eric T. L. Love: reviewed, 104:163–65

Rachel of Old Louisiana, by Avery O. Craven: noted, 94:111

Rachels, David, ed.: Mark Twain's Civil War, 105:713–15

Racial Integrity Law (1924): Va., 102:219

"Racial Politics in Central Kentucky during the Post-Reconstruction Era: Bourbon County, 1877-1899," by Charles L. Davis, 108:315–16, 347–80

racial violence: in Appalachia, 100:300, 302; in Corbin, 100:293–310; in Ky., 100:300, 308; in Mercer County, 100:306–7; in Paducah, 100:308; in South, 100:300, 303

Racial Violence in Kentucky, 1865-1940, by George C. Wright, 109:290

Racial Violence in Kentucky, 1865–1940: Lynchings, Mob Rule, and "Legal Lynchings," by George C. Wright, 89:346, 351; noted, 94:215–16; reviewed, 89:300–301

Racism: A Short History, by George M. Fredrickson: reviewed, 101:208–12

Radcliffe College (Cambridge, Mass.), 93:185, 197–98

Rader, Benjamin, 74:68

Rader, Marie L., 99:274

Radford, Lena, 99:35

Radical Enlightenment of Benjamin Franklin, The, by Douglas Anderson, 105:250

Radical Innocence: A Critical Study of the Hollywood Ten, by Bernard F. Dick: reviewed, 87:462–63

Radicalism, Racism, and Party Realignment: The Border States during Reconstruction, edited by Richard O. Curry: reviewed, 69:175–77

Radicalism of the American Revolution, by Gordon S. Wood, 105:257

Radical Republicans, 72:9, 119, 122, 131–32, 106:527–28

"Radicals, Reunion, and Repatriation: Harlan County and the Constraints of History," by Jessica Legnini, 107:471–512

Radio: development of in Ky., 79:333–53

Radio City Music Hall (N.Y.), 96:276

Radio's America: The Great Depression and the Rise of Modern Mass Culture, by Bruce Lenthall: reviewed, 105:744–45

Radley, Kenneth: Rebel Watchdog: The Confederate States Army Provost Guard, reviewed, 88:352

Raeburn, John: Staggering Revolution, A: Cultural History of Thirties Photography, reviewed, 104:752–53

Raetz, Lena, 93:54, 62, 63, 69, 78

Rafert, Stewart: and Elizabeth Glenn, Native Americans, The: Peopling Indiana, vol. 2, noted, 107:634

Raffety, Matthew Taylor: book review by, 109:484–86

Rafinesque, Constantine S., 69:184, 72:156–58, 79:313, 319; Thomas D. Clark commentary on, 103:339

Raft, George, 82:379, 98:370

Rafuse, Ethan S.: book reviews by, 105:499–500, 106:115–16, 107:121–22; McClellan's War: The Failure of Moderation in the Struggle for the Union, reviewed, 103:570–72

Ragar, Cheryl R.: and John Edgar Tidwell, eds., Montage of a Dream: The Art and Life of Langston Hughes, reviewed, 105:343–44

Ragarsville, Ky., 72:340

Ragland, Devon, 68:197

Ragland, J. M., 94:263

Raglin, ——, 90:71

Ragtime, 93:287, 302

Raguet, Condy, 70:183

Raiford, Leigh: and Renee C. Romano, eds., Civil Rights Movement in American Memory, The, reviewed, 104:370–71

Railey, William E.: Ky. Historical Society, 101:28

railroads: rail mileage in Ky., 78:227; segregation on, 98:241–59; and telegraphy, 98:279–95; and the William Goebel affair, 78:322–42

Railroads in the African American Experience: A Photographic Journey, by Theodore Kornweibel Jr.: reviewed, 107:454–55

Railroads in the Civil War: The Impact of Management on Victory and Defeat, by John E. Clark Jr.: reviewed, 102:575–76

Railroads in the Old South: Pursuing Progess in a Slave State, by Aaron W. Marrs: reviewed, 107:105–7

Railroad Subsidies Bill (1871), 70:83, 90



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

Railton, Ben: Contesting the Past: Reconstructing the Nation: American Literature and Culture in the Gilded Age, 1876-1893, reviewed, 105:722–24

Rainbow (horse), 100:485

Rainbow Quest: The Folk Music Festival and American Society, 1940–1970, by Ronald D. Cohen: reviewed, 101:391–92

Raine, James Watt: The Land of Saddle-Bags: A Study of the Mountain People of Appalachia, noted, 95:215–16

Raines, Aylette, 72:370, 380, 383, 387

Raines, Edgar F. Jr., 99:123; book reviews by, 84:447–48, 89:102–3, 100:408–10, 104:731–33; and David R. Campbell, The Army and the Joint Chiefs of Staff: Evolution of Army Ideas on the Command, Control, and Coordination of the U.S. Armed Forces, 1942–1985, noted, 85:393–94; "Major General J. Franklin Bell, U.S.A.: The Education of a Soldier, 1856–1890," 83:315–46

Rainey, Jasper, 101:92

Rainey, Joe, 101:92

Rainey, Tub: and the Brookside, Ky., coal strike, 107:500

Rains, Albert, 79:54



Raising Her Voice: African-American Women Journalists Who Changed History, by Rodger Streitmatter: reviewed, 92:439–40

Raising Racists: The Socialization of White Children in the Jim Crow South, by Kristina DuRocher: reviewed, 109:495–96

Raisor, Tommy, 90:155, 157

Raitz, Karl B.: book review by, 99:176–77; and Carolyn Murray-Wooley, Rock Fences of the Bluegrass, reviewed, 91:333–35; ed., The Theater of Sport, reviewed, 94:209–10; and Richard Ulack, and Gyula Pauer, eds., Atlas of Kentucky, reviewed, 97:445–47; and Richard Ulack, with Thomas R. Lembach, Appalachia, A Regional Geography: Land, People, and Development, reviewed, 84:214–15

Rakes, Paul H.: book review by, 104:293–95



Raleigh (N.C.) News and Observer: on Fred M. Vinson, 75:307

Raleigh, N.C., 72:363, 75:137

Raleigh, Sir Walter: lost colony, 102:218

Raleigh letter: and Henry Clay, 107:571

"Raleigh" letters, 73:260–62

Rall, John P.: book note by, 88:370; book reviews by, 91:211–12, 92:318–19, 441–42, 94:212–13

Rally (horse), 100:481

Ralph Adams Cram: An Architect's Four Quests: Medieval, Modernist, American, Ecumenical, by Douglass Shand-Tucci: reviewed, 104:167–69

Ralston, Vera, 98:376

Ramage, Andrea S.: book review by, 94:319–20; "Love and Honor: The Robert Wickliffe Family of Antebellum Kentucky," 94:115–33; See Watkins, Andrea S.

Ramage, James A., 74:233, 80:72, 137, 97:90, 98:155, 110:478; and Andrea S. Watkins, Kentucky Rising: Democracy, Slavery, and Culture from the Early Republic to the Civil War, reviewed, 110:189–91; book note by, 83:385; book reviews by, 75:60–61, 76:66–67, 238–40, 77:137–38, 80:217–18, 446–48, 81:209–10, 82:301–3, 85:270–71, 86:189–90, 87:449–50, 89:216–17, 99:310–12, 416–18, 102:419–22, 106:113–14, 254–56, 107:119–20; Gray Ghost: The Life of Col. John Singleton Mosby, reviewed, 99:84–86; illus., 107:221; and the Jefferson Davis symposium, 107:143, 203–6, 210, 218–20, 223, 225, 227, 231, 233, 235; on John Hunt Morgan, 105:61; "John Hunt Morgan and the Kentucky Cavalry Volunteers in the Mexican War," 81:343–65; John Wesley Hunt, Pioneer Merchant, Manufacturer, and Financier, reviewed, 73:322–24; and Kristopher A. Teters: "Public Reactions to Ulysses S. Grant's Vicksburg Campaign in Kentucky, Cincinnati, and Across the Union," 103:627–60; Rebel Raider: The Life of General John Hunt Morgan, reviewed, 85:162–63; "Recent Historiography of Guerrilla Warfare in the Civil War—A Review Essay," 103:517–41; "The Green River Pioneers: Squatters, Soldiers, and Speculators," 75:171–90

Ramage, Thomas W., 80:80

Ramey, Daniel: and unification of Baptists in Ky., 110:18, 31

Ramey family, 68:226

Ramold, Steven J.: Baring the Iron Hand: Discipline in the Union Army, reviewed, 107:447–48



Rampaging Frontier, by Thomas D. Clark, 103:202, 208–9; correspondence about, 103:214

Rampant Women: Suffragists and the Right of Assembly, by Linda J. Lumsden: reviewed, 96:206–7

Ramsay, John, 69:134

Ramsay, Jonathan, 78:116

Ramsdell, Charles W.: review of J. Winston Coleman's Slavery Times in Kentucky, 103:721

Ramsey, ——, 83:209

Ramsey, James, 102:79

Ramsey, Lloyd B.: and Garlin M. Conner, 110:70, 82, 84–88, 90

Ramsey, Miss—: and high school girls' basketball, 109:153

Ramsey, Priscilla R.: book review by, 105:343–44

Ramsey, William R., 86:221

Ranck, George W., 71:221, 74:317, 106:222; Boonesborough, 71:470; History of Lexington, Kentucky, noted, 88:238; History of Lexington, Kentucky, reviewed, 69:183–85; illus., 101:13; Ky. Historical Society, 101:12, 14; letter of, 101:16; "'Travelling Church': An Account of the Baptist Exodus from Virginia to Kentucky in 1781," 79:240–65

Randall, Catharine: From a Far Country: Camisards and Huguenots in the Atlantic World, reviewed, 107:585–86

Randall, James G., 72:8, 101:425, 106:302; Abraham Lincoln's eulogy of Henry Clay, 106:538, 562; The Civil War and Reconstruction, 71:333–34, 345

Randall, Robert W.: book review by, 71:199–202

Randall, Stacy Ingrum: book review by, 101:377–78

Randall, Willard Sterne: A Little Revenge: Benjamin Franklin and His Son, reviewed, 83:361–62

Randall, William H., 72:112; and the formation of the Republican Party in Ky., 76:197, 199, 204–6, 208–9, 211–12, 214–15

Randall Lee Gibson of Louisiana: Confederate General and New South Reformer, by Mary Gorton McBride and Ann Mathison McLaurin: reviewed, 106:110–11

Rand and Richeson Academy (Maysville, Ky.), 96:31–32

RAND Corporation, 100:3

Randolph, ——, 83:219

Randolph, Anne, 90:117

Randolph, Asa Philip, 99:40–41, 44

Randolph, A. W., 107:55

Randolph, Benjamin Franklin: political career of, 110:535–36

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