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



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Rowan, John, 70:78, 71:165, 168, 174, 72:52, 155, 73:361, 365–66, 74:53, 56, 79:357–58, 81:139, 238, 90:55; death, 101:11; illus., 101:9; Ky. Historical Society, 101:8; memories of frontier Ky. agriculture, 107:14; political philosophy of, 78:1–26

Rowan, Major —, 108:68

Rowan, William, 78:4

Rowan County, Ky.: education in, 91:182; illiteracy in, 74:10, 11, 13, 14, 16, 18, 19, 24; "Moonlight Schools" in, 82:151, 167

Rowan County High School (Rowan County, Ky.): Kentucky Girls' High School State Basketball Tournament, 109:462–63

Rowan County Messenger (Morehead, Ky.), 74:15, 16

Rowan's Progress, by James McConkey, reviewed, 90:385–86

Rowan Story, The: From Federal Hill to My Old Kentucky Home, by Randall Capps: reviewed, 76:240–42

Rowell, John W.: Yankee Cavalrymen, 70:153–54

Rowland, Charles T., 99:218

Rowland, Dunbar, 101:430

Rowletts Knob (Hart County, Ky.), 69:343

Rowlett's Station, Ky., 68:339, 97:251, 265, 273, 275–77, 281

Rowletts Station, Ky.: battle of, 69:339, 343–45, 351, 354–55, 359–60

Rowse, A L., 68:89

Roxbury, Mass., 68:32

Roy, Andrew, 86:217

Royal Insurance (Frankfort, Ky.): illus., 103:464

Royall, Hilary, 88:79

Royall, William, 71:205

Royal Society: Benjamin Franklin's membership in, 105:268

Royal Society of Arts, 72:81

Royal Spring (Georgetown, Ky.), 70:282

Royal Spring Branch (Ky.), 74:35

Royalty, Dale: "Banking and the Commonwealth Ideal in Kentucky, 1806–1822," 77:91–107; book reviews by, 70:345–46, 71:328, 74:141, 339–41, 76:64–66, 80:235–36

Royle, Edward: and James Walvin, English Radicals and Reformers, 1760–1848, noted, 82:113–14

Royster, Charles: The Fabulous History of the Dismal Swamp Company: A Story of George Washington's Times, reviewed, 98:110–12; Light-Horse Harry Lee and the Legacy of the American Revolution, noted, 93:127–28; Light-Horse Harry Lee and the Legacy of the American Revolution, reviewed, 80:456–58

Royster family, 68:223

Rozek, Barbara J.: book review by, 99:306–7; and Lynda Lasswell Crist, and Kenneth H. Williams, eds., The Papers of Jefferson Davis, vol. 11, September 1864–May 1865, reviewed, 102:112–14

Rozier, John: ed., The Granite Farm Letters: The Civil War Correspondence of Edgeworth and Sallie Bird, reviewed, 87:176–77

R. R. Donnelley and Sons (Chicago, Ill.), 99:223

Rubbertown (Louisville, Ky.): illus., 102:159

Rubin, Louis D. Jr.: ed., The American South: Portrait of a Culture, reviewed, 80:109–11; et al., eds., The History of Southern Literature, reviewed, 84:317–19

Ruby, Earl, 69:389

Ruby, G. T., 98:164

Rucker, C. W., 82:253

Rucker, J. G., 99:296

Rucker, Oscar, 70:74

Rucker, Oscar II, 74:58

Rucker, Oscar Jr., 68:180

Rucker, Walter C.: River Flows On, The: Black Resistance, Culture, and Identity Formation in Early America, reviewed, 105:479–80

Rucker, William W., 76:119

Ruckerville, Ky.: African Americans in, 104:515, 105:389

Rudd, Captain —: slave of, 109:323

Ruddle, James: Native American captivity of, 102:472

Ruddle, Stephen: Native American captivity of, 102:472

Ruddle's Station, Ky., 91:251; disease at, 102:484



Rude Republic: Americans and Their Politics in the Nineteenth Century, by Glenn C. Altschuler and Stuart M. Blumin: reviewed, 99:173–74

Rudwick, Elliott, 104:233, 236; and August Meier, Along the Color Line: Explorations in the Black Experience, reviewed, 76:76–77; and August Meier, CORE: A Study in the Civil Rights Movement, 1942-1968 (1973), 109:354–55

Rudy, Elmer H., 98:62

Rudy, Hubbard E.: subdivision development by, 107:73

Rudy, Jim, 96:255

Rue, Edwin, 86:239, 257, 267

Rue, Richard, 69:205

Ruegamer, Lana: A History of the Indiana Historical Society, noted, 80:116

Ruff, Rowena McClinton: book note by, 93:252–53

Ruffin, Edmund, 80:371, 101:417, 110:454; and secession, 110:309



Rufus Putnam (steamboat), 70:70

Rugemer, Edward: book review by, 100:212–14; Problem of Emancipation, The: The Caribbean Roots of the American Civil War, reviewed, 107:98–100

Ruger, Edward, 93:276

Ruggles, William, 71:394



Ruin Nation: Destruction and the American Civil War, by Megan Kate Nelson: reviewed, 110:597–99

Rule, Charles C.: and Confederate conspiracies in the North, 108:107

Rule, Isaac P., 73:413, 415

Rules of the Game: Quiz Shows and American Culture, by Olaf Hoerschelmann: reviewed, 105:172–73

Ruling Pine Ridge: Oglala Lakota Politics from the IRA to Wounded Knee, by Akim D. Reinhardt: reviewed, 105:746–47

Rum and Axes: The Rise of a Connecticut Merchant Family, 1795–1850, by Janet Siskind: reviewed, 100:214–15

Rumania: autonomy of, 107:566

Rumsey, Charles, 72:11

Rumsey, Edmund, 72:11

Rumsey, James, 72:11

Rumsey, Kathryn: and Betty Jarboe, Studies on Indiana: A Bibliography of Theses and Dissertations Submitted to Indiana Institutions of Higher Education for Advanced Degrees, 1902–1977, noted, 79:301

Rumsey, Ky., 75:80, 81

Rumsfeld, Donald, 102:345; on Iraq, 102:354; and the War on Poverty in Breathitt County, Ky., 107:409–10

Runalds, Richard, 89:18, 19

Runaway America: Benjamin Franklin, Slavery, and the American Revolution, by David Waldstreicher: review essay, 105:247, 261–64

Runaway Slaves: Rebels on the Plantation, by John Hope Franklin and Loren Schweninger: reviewed, 98:114–17

Runblom, Harold: and Hans Norman, Transatlantic Connections: Nordic Migration to the New World after 1800, noted, 88:240

Rundell, Walter Jr.: In Pursuit of American History: Research and Training in the United States, reviewed, 68:370–72

Run for the Elbertas, by James Still, 97:113; reviewed, 80:339–41

Runkle, Benjamin P., 98:160; and the Freedmen's Bureau in Ky., 84:343–60; Freedmen's Bureau in Ky., 110:525



Running a Thousand Miles for Freedom: The Escape of William and Ellen Craft from Slavery, edited by Richard J. M. Blackett, 107:165

Running Mad for Kentucky: Frontier Travel Accounts, edited by Ellen Eslinger: reviewed, 103:543–44

Runyon, Dan, 95:249, 252

Runyon, Pearl F., 99:265, 300

Runyon, Randolph Paul, 97:97

Rupp, Adolph, 70:343–45, 88:165–66, 170–71, 89:359–60, 99:48, 101:1; illus., 90:114, 107:410; letter to Thomas D. Clark, illus., 103:448; Thomas D. Clark commentary on, 103:447–49; and University of Ky. basketball scandals, 84:51–75

Rupp Arena (Lexington, Ky.), 76:270



Rupp Years: The University of Kentucky's Golden Era of Basketball, The, by Tev. Laudeman: reviewed, 70:343–45

Rural Community in the Appalachian South, by Patricia Duane Beaver: reviewed, 85:192–93

Rural Editor in the New South, by Thomas D. Clark, 103:208–9

Rural Electrification Administration (REA) in Ky., 84:186–89



Rural Face of White Supremacy, The: Beyond Jim Crow, by Mark Schultz: reviewed, 103:587–89

Rural Kentuckian: on lotteries, 87:405

Rural Life and Culture in the Upper Cumberland, edited by Michael E. Birdwell and W. Calvin Dickinson: noted, 104:809

Rural Life Conference, 92:286

"Rural South as Seen in Two of its Institutions: The Country Store and the Rural Weekly," by Thomas D. Clark, 103:109–24

Rural Worlds Lost: The American South, 1920–1960, by Jack Temple Kirby: reviewed, 85:381–83

Rush, Benjamin, 68:321, 77:249, 82:352, 86:103, 117

Rush Creek, Ky., 71:64

Rushing, S. Kittrell and Nathaniel Cheairs Hughes Jr.: Refugitta of Richmond: The Wartime Recollections, Grave and Gay, of Constance Cary Harrison, noted, 109:148

Rushing, Wanda: New Encyclopedia of Southern Culture, The, vol. 15, Urbanization, reviewed, 107:623–25

Rusk, Dean, 75:168; George C. Herring interview of, 102:294

Rusk, Thomas J., 71:99; and Denton Offutt, 108:193

Rusk, Thomas Jefferson, 81:246

Russell, Bill: in Lexington, Ky., 109:369

Russell, Charles Edward, 96:351–52, 362, 363, 367, 368, 373–74, 376

Russell, Chris ("Battleship"), 98:63

Russell, Donald, 104:492

Russell, G. R.: lithograph of Abraham Lincoln, 107:514

Russell, Henry, 95:122

Russell, James, 68:57

Russell, James Michael: Atlanta, 1847–1890: City Building in the Old South and the New, reviewed, 87:69–70

Russell, Joe, 68:271, 69:90; book review by, 71:307–8

Russell, John, 68:375, 94:116

Russell, John W., 74:61

Russell, Ky., 97:404

Russell, Lillian, 78:36

Russell, Mary O., 69:194

Russell, Mattie: Thomas D. Clark letter to, 103:324

Russell, Mrs. William, 80:277

Russell, Richard B., 76:117, 99:37

Russell, Thaddeus: Out of the Jungle: Jimmy Hoffa and the Remaking of the American Working Class, reviewed, 99:429–31

Russell, William, 70:293, 71:169, 468, 72:228, 75:178, 83:211, 88:249, 106:352

Russell, William E., 93:406–7, 417

Russell, Willis, 87:431

Russell Brothers (photographers), 98:70

Russell Cave (Fayette County, Ky.), 72:287

Russell Cave Elementary School (Lexington, Ky.): integration of, 101:267

Russell County, Ky.: Federal occupation of Ky., 110:339

Russell Elementary School (Lexington, Ky.), 101:247, 260; illus., 101:256; integration of, 101:267

Russell neighborhood (Louisville, Ky.), 109:302; Shelton Morris's property in, 109:308

Russell's Cave Affair: and Cassius M. Clay, 73:376, 377

Russell Springs, Ky.: and Lowell H. Harrison, 105:33

Russelltown, Ky.: African American settlement near, 104:515



Russellville (Ky.) Farmer's Friend, 75:176

Russellville (Ky.) Mirror, 75:186, 78:120

Russellville, Ky., 69:51, 113, 247, 256, 70:76, 168–70, 172, 174, 209, 300–301, 306, 308, 71:63, 344, 412, 419, 72:11, 340, 73:366, 369, 74:204, 75:189, 77:2, 78:118, 93:43–78, 94:147, 100:11, 30; and Alice Dunnigan, 109:289; during Civil War, 110:351; conventions of Provisional Government of Confederate Kentucky at, 110:290; Federal occupation of, 110:347; free African Americans in, 109:300; local option issue, 104:516; secession conventions, 99:357–59, 361

Russellville, Tenn., 70:166

Russia, 69:172, 180, 70:234, 72:82, 143, 147, 150, 199, 73:379; Charles S. Todd's ambassadorship, 105:196; and the Greek revolution, 107:565–66; and the Hungarian revolution, 107:573–74; nihilist movement in, 73:280; political tensions in, 107:572; relations with U. S. in 19th century, 73:263–87; and Spanish New World empire, 107:564; war with Turkey, 107:565–66; whipping in, 100:11



Russian-American Dialogue on the American Revolution, edited by Gordon S. Wood and Louise G. Wood: reviewed, 94:308–9

Russian-American Economic Relations, 1763–1999, by James K. Libbey: reviewed, 100:402–4

Russian Atlantic Squadron, 73:277



Russian Bureau: A Case Study in Wilsonian Diplomacy, by Linda Killen: reviewed, 82:414–15

Russian Looks at America, A: The Journey of Aleksandr Borisovich Lakier in 1857, translated and edited by Arnold Schrier and Joyce Story: reviewed, 79:285–89

Russian Pacific Squadron, 73:277–78

Russian POWs: at Fort Bennng, Ga., 105:444

Russia's Message, by William English Walling, 96:358

Russman v. Luckett (1965): and public school reform, 109:31–32

Russo, David J.: American Towns: An Interpretive History, reviewed, 99:181–83

Russo, Peggy A.: and Paul Finkelman, eds., Terrible Swift Sword: The Legacy of John Brown, reviewed, 104:320–22

Russo-Turkish War (1828-29), 107:565–66

Rust, Delbert: Kentucky Birds: A Finding Guide, reviewed, 71:448–49

Rust, Emma, 110:508

Rust, J. W.: and abolitionism, 110:279

Rusties and Riddles & Gee-Haw Whimmy Diddles, by James Still: noted, 89:235

Rustin, Bayard, 99:40–41; civil rights protest of, 109:354

Rutenberg, Patricia Brake: book review by, 109:136–38

Rutgers University (N.J.), 71:317

Rutgers University Press (Piscataway, N.J.), 73:328

Ruth, George H. ("Babe"), 85:152, 99:107

Rutherford, B. S., 87:21

Rutherford, Janice Williams: book review by, 107:457–59

Rutherford, Susan B., 99:300

Rutherford, Wayne, 102:70

Rutherford County, Tenn., 74:214

Ruth Hanna McCormick: A Life in Politics, 1880–1944, by Kristie Miller: reviewed, 91:232–33

Rutland, Robert A.: Clio's Favorites: Leading Historians of the United States, 1945–2000, reviewed, 99:203–4; ed., James Madison and the American Nation, 1751–1836: An Encyclopedia, noted, 93:380–81; The Presidency of James Madison, reviewed, 89:208–10

Rutledge, Ann, 106:474

Rutledge, Arthur, 68:5

Rutledge, Edward, 70:33–35, 72:403

Rutledge, George P., 74:116

Rutledge, James: business in New Salem, Ill., 108:182–83

Rutledge, John Jr., 70:35

Rutledge, Wiley B., 70:121, 134, 136–37, 104:456, 466

Rutman, Darrett: with Anita H. Rutman, Small Worlds, Large Questions: Explorations in Early American Social History, 1600–1850, reviewed, 93:478–80

Ryall, Rebecca: correspondence of, 109:16–17

Ryan, Donald, 101:305

Ryan, Ed, 99:219

Ryan, Frank: The Forgotten Plague: How the Battle Against Tuberculosis was Won–and Lost, noted, 92:127–28

Ryan, Halford R.: Franklin D. Roosevelt's Rhetorical Presidency, reviewed, 87:81–82

Ryan, John A., 78:144, 149, 92:175–76, 184, 187

Ryan, Mary P.: Mysteries of Sex: Tracing Women and Men through American History, reviewed, 105:96–98

Ryan, Perry T.: book note by, 91:247–48; The Last Public Execution in America, noted, 92:445; Legal Lynching: The Plight of Sam Jennings, reviewed, 91:211–12

Ryan, Thomas, 92:137

Ryan-Hampton Tobacco Company (Louisville, Ky.), 90:111

Ryant, Carl: book reviews by, 76:255–57, 91:105–6; oral history at the University of Louisville, 104:629, 649; "'Where the Railroad Was, the River Is': Oral History from L&N Workers," 82:60–71

Rybczynski, Witold: A Clearing in the Distance: Frederick Law Olmsted and America in the Nineteenth Century, reviewed, 98:224–25

Ryden, David B.: book review by, 105:690–92

Ryder Cemetery Lebanon, Ky.), 70:83

Ryerson, Richard Alan: ed., John Adams and the Founding of the Republic, reviewed, 100:367–68

Rymph, Catherine E.: Republican Women: Feminism and Conservatism from Suffrage through the Rise of the New Right, reviewed, 104:194–96


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Sabak, Wilson & Heiner, and Lingo, Inc. (Louisville, Ky,.): subdivision development by, 107:80

Sabbathday Lake (New Gloucester, Me.), 74:217, 229

Sabbathday Lake, Maine: Shakers at, 109:25

Sabin, Albert, 87:25

Sabine Cross Roads (Ark.), 69:387

Sabine River (Texas), 71:1, 3; Mexican boundary issue, 107:568, 569

Sacco and Vanzetti: The Anarchist Background, by Paul Avrich: reviewed, 89:420–21

Sachs, Max, 69:344, 348; Civil War service of, 110:171

Sachse, Bill: University of Wisconsin, 104:683

Sac Indians, 69:251

Sackett's Harbor (N.Y.), 105:220

Sacks, Howard L.: and Donna M. DeBlasio, Charles F. Ganzert, David H. Mould, and Stephen S. Paschen, Catching Stories: A Practical Guide to Oral History, reviewed, 107:294–96

Saco, Maine, 69:47

Sacramento, Calif., 79:106, 108

Sacramento, Ky.: Civil War skirmish at, 75:79–89, 79–91

Sacramento River (Calif.), 69:13



Sacred Debts: State Civil War Claims and American Federalism, 1861–1880, by Kyle S. Sinsi: reviewed, 101:492–93

Sacred Fire of Liberty: James Madison and the Founding of the Federal Republic, by Lance Banning: reviewed, 94:311–12

Sacred Ground: Americans and Their Battlefields, by Edward Tabor Linenthal: reviewed, 91:108–9

Sacred Harp (hymnbook), 98:399

Sacred Heart Home (Louisville, Ky.), 69:16



Sacred Places: American Tourist Attractions in the Nineteenth Century, by John F. Sears: reviewed, 88:353–54

Sacred Song in America, by Stephen A. Marini: reviewed, 102:234–35

Sadd, Henry S., 100:474; engraving, 106:497

Sadler, John Elmore, 86:254, 265–66

Sadosky, Leonard J,: Peter Nicolaisen, Peter S. Onuf, and Andrew J. O'Shaughnessy, eds., Old World, New World: America and Europe in the Age of Jefferson, reviewed, 107:591–93



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

Saffells, Todd, 88:36

Saffell's Grocery (Frankfort, Ky.), 103:482–83

Safford, Edwin, 87:47–48; and community-action representation, 107:388–89

Safire, William: Lincoln historiography, 106:440

Saga of Iron Annie, by Martin Caidin: noted, 80:365

Saga of John Hammon, Revolutionary War Hero and Owen County, Kentucky Pioneer, by Stratton Owen Hammon: noted, 78:296

Sag Nichts: in Louisville, Ky., 69:156

Saha, Santosh: book review by, 105:703–5

Saigh, Fred, 82:384–85

Saigon, Vietnam, 95:289, 294; illus., 102:328, 335

Sailor (horse), 100:485



Sailor's Daughter, The, 76:270

Sainsbury, Keith: Churchill and Roosevelt at War: The War They Fought and the Peace They Hoped to Make, reviewed, 93:365–67

Saint Aloysius College (Louisville, Ky.): and Jesuits, 108:245

Saint Augustine: view of slavery, 108:227

Saint Catharine College (Springfield, Ky.), 99:223

Saint Charles Catholic Church (Lebanon, Ky.): millstones at, 108:213–14

Saint Ignatius Literary Institution (Louisville, Ky.), 108:236–38

Saint Ignatius of Loyola, 108:222

Saint John's Cathedral (Jacksonville, Fla.), 92:72

Saint John's College (N.Y.), 108:237

Saint Joseph Hospital (Lexington, Ky.), 99:145

Saint Joseph's Cathedral (Bardstown, Ky.): construction of, 108:217; dedication of, 108:216

Saint Joseph's College (Bardstown, Ky.), 108:219, 233, 237; and the Jesuits, 108:213, 222, 239–49; opening of, 108:216; slaves at, 108:217, 241–46

Saint Joseph's Seminary (Bardstown, Ky.): opening of, 108:216

Saint Louis University (St. Louis, Mo.), 108:238, 240, 247; Jesuits at, 108:218; slaves at, 108:224–25

Saint Mary's College (Lebanon, Ky.), 108:231, 233–35, 248–49; incorporation of, 108:230; Jesuits at, 108:223–30, 237–38, 243; slaves at, 108:213, 218–21, 227–28, 232

Saint Mary's Country School (Lebanon, Ky.): See Saint Mary's Seminary

Saint Mary's Seminary (Lebanon, Ky., 108:225–26; See alsoSaint Mary's College (Lebanon, Ky.)



Saint Paul (steamboat): during 1937 flood, 102:189

Saint Stanislaus Novitiate (Florissant, Mo.), 108:240; construction of, 108:229

Saint Thomas Cathedral (New York City), 92:71

Saint Thomas' Seminary (Bardstown, Ky.), 108:215–16; closing of, 108:232

Saint Xavier College (Cincinnati, Ohio), 108:239, 243; Jesuits at, 108:237

Saipan: and the U.S. Marine Corps Reserve, 110:137



Saladin (steamer): and 1850 López expedition, 105:599–600

Saladino, Gaspare J.: and John P. Kaminski, eds., Documentary History of the Ratification of the Constitution, vol. 8, Virginia, reviewed, 88:207–8; and John P. Kaminski, eds., The Documentary History of the Ratification of the Constitution, vol. 10, Virginia [3], reviewed, 91:431; and John R. Kaminski, eds., The Documentary History of the Ratification of the Constitution, vol. 9, reviewed, 89:407–8

Salado Creek (Texas), 71:99

Salafia, Matthew: book review by, 110:189–91

Salamis, Greece, 72:148

Salamon, Sonya, 108:327

Salatino, Anthony J.: A True Man of God: A Biography of Father Ralph William Beiting, Founder of the Christian Appalachian Project, reviewed, 100:356–58

Salem, Dorothy C.: ed., African-American Women: A Biographical Dictionary, noted, 92:126

Salem, Ind.: John Hunt Morgan in, 108:76

Salem, Ky., 69:259

Salem, Mass., 69:40

Salem, Ohio: members of Ky. Regiment from, 105:598

Salem Academy (Christian County, Ky.): land of, 78:117–19

Salem Baptist Church (Va.), 71:396

Salerno, Italy, 101:314; during World War II, 110:72

Salerno, Reynolds M.: Vital Crossroads: Mediterranean Origins of the Second World War, 1935–1940, reviewed, 101:187–89

Sales, Grover: and the Braden case, 104:224, 229

Salina, Kans., 76:144

Saline County, Ark.: migration to, 102:207

Saline River (Ill.), 69:239, 241

Saline Trace (Ill.), 69:246

Salinger, Pierre: et al., eds., "An Honorable Profession": A Tribute to Robert F. Kennedy, noted, 91:464

Salisbury, Richard V.: book notes by, 93:508–9, 96:114–15; book reviews by, 88:343–44, 89:92–93, 317–18, 409–10, 90:190–91, 94:314–15

Salk, Jonas, 87:25, 30, 36, 38; polio vaccine, 105:461

Sally, John, 70:220, 222

Salmon, Anthony, 68:255; slaves of, 97:369, 101:288

Salmon, Lucy, 89:71

Salmon, Lucy Maynard, 85:117, 123, 126, 130

Salmon, Marylynn: Women and the Law of Property in Early America, reviewed, 85:81–82

Salmon, Richard: and public school reform, 109:37, 54

Salmond, John A.: and Bruce Clayton, The South Is Another Land: Essays on the Twentieth-Century South, reviewed, 86:192–94

Salmond, John A., and Timothy J. Minchin: After the Dream: Black and White Southerners since 1965, reviewed, 109:504–6



Salmon P. Chase: A Life in Politics, by Frederick J. Blue: reviewed, 86:82–83

Salmon P. Chase Papers: vol. 1, Journals, 1829–1872, edited by John Nivan, reviewed, 92:420–22; vol. 2, Correspondence, 1823–1857, edited by John Niven, reviewed, 94:186–87; vol. 3, Correspondence, 1858–March 1863, edited by John Niven, reviewed, 94:445–46; vol. 4, Correspondence, April 1863–1864, edited by John Niven, reviewed, 96:97–98; vol. 5, 97:216–17

Salmons, Miss. ——, 85:228

Salstrom, Paul, 92:263; Appalachia's Path to Dependency: Rethinking a Region's Economic History, 1730–1940, reviewed, 93:92–93; From Pioneering to Perservering: Family Farming in Indiana to 1880, reviewed, 106:242–43

Salt Creek (Ill.), 108:180

Saltillo, Mexico, 71:90; during Mexican War, 106:29, 31, 34–35, 37–38

Salt Lake (Utah) Tribune: on Fred M. Vinson, 75:309

Salt Licks (Ky.): Native American captives at, 102:472



Salt of the Earth: Conscience of the Court: The Story of Justice Wiley Rutledge, by John M. Ferren: reviewed, 102:404–6

Saltpeter: in Mammoth Cave, 68:321, 323–25, 328

Saltpeter Caves: See Mammoth Cave, Dixon's Cave

"Saltpeter Mining in Kentucky Caves," by Carol A. Hill and Duane DePaepe, 77:247–62

Salt River (Ky.), 70:279, 282, 289–91, 71:183, 463–64, 72:224, 233–34, 75:129, 78:298, 305, 94:62–63, 96:324; Rolling Fork, 106:484

Salts Cave (Ky.), 68:340

Saltville, Va.: battle of, 80:381–82

Salvation Army, 90:260

Salvatori: Italian POW, 105:436

Salyersville, Ky.: during Civil War, 108:88, 92; George A. Ellsworth in, 108:84

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