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



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Schwieger, D. L., 100:148

Schwoerlucke, Gil: support for the Bradens, 104:228–29



Science and Medicine in the Old South, edited by Ronald L. Numbers and Todd L. Savitt: reviewed, 88:472–73

Science Has No Sex: The Life of Marie Zakrzewska, M.D., by Arleen Marcia Tuchman: reviewed, 104:735–38

Science Hill Academy (Shelbyville, Ky.), 89:137, 140–41, 104:400

Scioto Land Company (Gallipolis, Ohio), 69:194

Scioto River (Ohio), 69:128, 70:151–52, 95:121; Native American camp near, 102:469–70

Scobee, J. S., 77:4

Scofield, Abisha, 85:36, 38, 39, 43; work at Camp Nelson, Ky., 105:626, 628

Scofield, Bob, 72:269–70

Sconce's Station, Ky., 92:142

Scopes, John T.: trial of, 74:115

Scopes Trial: A Photographic History, by Edward Caudill, Edward Larson, and Jesse Fox Mayshark: reviewed, 99:70–71

Scopino, A. J. Jr.: book review by, 104:745–46

Scorsese, Martin, 98:344

Scorsone, Ernesto, 102:8

Scotland, 69:254, 265, 71:337, 101:431; during Civil War, 107:195; emigration to Carroll County, Ky., from, 108:343; sacramental seasons in, 106:172–73

Scotland (horse), 100:485

Scotland,: Underwood family in, 110:489

Scotland County, Mo., 70:78–79

Scots-Irish: and the Great Revival, 106:201

Scott, ——, 68:276

Scott, —, 110:519

Scott, Alexander, 88:396

Scott, Alice Bondurant: The Doe Run Settlements, reviewed, 76:60–61

Scott, Anne Firor, 85:215, 89:62, 121, 123, 90:81–82, 83; ed., Unheard Voices: The First Historians of Southern Women, noted, 92:126–27; Natural Allies: Women's Associations in American History, reviewed, 91:231–32; Thomas D. Clark letters to, 103:288, 314

Scott, Ann Firor, 74:321

Scott, Charles, 70:226, 71:332, 72:86, 75:197, 239, 84:4–7, 16, 86:330, 94:9; portrait, 101:18; support for William Henry Harrison, 105:201

Scott, Dred, 69:178, 365–66, 78:51, 85:205, 89:59

Scott, Elizabeth (Brown), 97:161

Scott, Ethelbert D.: conflict with D. G. Colson, 98:47–48, 49, 62, 62–63, 70, 75–100; described, 98:59–60; killed, 98:90

Scott, Ettie, 110:345

Scott, George C., 83:126

Scott, Henry, 93:452–53

Scott, James A., 95:395, 98:95, 97, 269

Scott, Joel (brother of John Orlando Scott), 97:163

Scott, Joel (grandfather of John Orlando Scott), 97:162

Scott, John, 86:350, 351

Scott, John C., 97:263–65, 270, 272

Scott, John M., 86:339

Scott, John Orlando: career of, 97:159–88

Scott, John S., 69:352, 354, 97:285

Scott, Joseph, 94:13

Scott, Lizabeth: illus., 100:199

Scott, Lois, 107:494

Scott, Margaret Bradley, 98:47, 66

Scott, Mrs. ——, 68:9–10

Scott, Mrs. James A., 98:269

Scott, Patrick: memories of frontier Ky. agriculture, 107:8

Scott, Preston, 97:160, 163, 168

Scott, Robert Garth: ed., Fallen Leaves: The Civil War Letters of Major Henry Livermore Abbott, reviewed, 91:223–24; Into the Wilderness With the Army of the Potomac, reviewed, 84:224–25

Scott, Robert W., 97:161, 173

Scott, Robert Wilmot, 89:199

Scott, Roy V.: book reviews by, 85:384–85, 91:454–55

Scott, Samuel S.: Ky. Regiment, 105:588, 591

Scott, Sean A.: book review by, 100:540–41, 110:215–17

Scott, Shaunna L.: book review by, 108:381–82; Two Sides to Everything: The Cultural of Class Consciousness in Harlan County, Kentucky, reviewed, 93:468–69

Scott, Steven Harris: book review by, 108:117–19

Scott, Thomas, 98:85

Scott, Thomas J., 93:412

Scott, Thomas W., 91:276

Scott, Walter, 71:394, 97:384, 106:57–58; novels of, 101:48

Scott, Wendell, 96:128

Scott, W. F., 98:47

Scott, William B. Jr.: See Oberwarth, C. Julian

Scott, Winfield, 69:167, 71:317, 443, 72:410, 80:191–92, 81:355, 85:9, 97:7

Scott and Trotter (Pittsburgh, Pa.): firm of, 69:317

Scott County, 91:261



Scott County, Kentucky: A History, edited by Lindsey Apple, Frederick A. Johnston, and Ann Bolton Bevins: reviewed, 92:310–11

Scott County, Ky., 69:101, 112, 197, 205, 230, 283, 70:247, 71:112, 347, 389, 72:125, 73:229, 91:292, 100:6–7, 9, 475, 108:101, 368; agriculture in, 108:353; Catholic slaveholders in, 101:287; Catholic slaves in, 101:288–89; courthouses in, 70:336; free African Americans in, 109:300; Fr. John Thayer's career in, 101:284–94; map of, 101:285; members of Ky. Regiment from, 105:572, 588, 590, 596, 598, 600, 605, 611; school desegregation in, 109:361; and the Sisters of the Visitation, 74:30–39



Scottish Emigration to Colonial America, 1607–1785, by David Dobson: noted, 93:507

Scottish Highlanders and Native Americans: Indigenous Education in the Eighteenth-Century Atlantic World, by Margaret Connell Szasz: reviewed, 107:90–91

Scottsville, Ky., 70:208–9, 71:184; Masonic lodge in, 99:293

Scraggs, Widow, 90:69

Scribner, Robert L.: and Brent Tarter, compilers and editors, Revolutionary Virginia: The Road to Independence, vol. 8, parts 1 and 2: Independence and the Fifth Convention, 1776, reviewed, 82:392–94; and William J. Van Schreeven, Revolutionary Virginia: The Road to Independence, vol. 2, The Committees and the Second Convention, 1773–1775: A Documentary Record, reviewed, 74:134, 135



Scribner's Magazine, 91:185

scrip: use of in Harlan County, Ky., 107:506–7

Scripps, Edward Wyllis, 94:254

Scripps, John, 69:264

Scripps, John Locke: and Abraham Lincoln autobiography, 106:479, 484

Scroggins, by John Uri Lloyd, 91:40–41

Scroggins, Henry, 71:268

Scrugham, Mary, 93:37; The Peaceable Americans of 1860–1861, 86:67

Scudder, Vida, 76:255

Scull, John, 68:61

Sculle, Keith A.: and John A. Jakle, The Gas Station in America, reviewed, 93:377–78; "The Dutch Mill Village in Glasgow: A Research Note," 91:51–62

Scully, Randolph: book review by, 102:235–37

Seabury, Samuel, 69:39

Seagal, Steven, 96:133–34, 98:380–81

Seager, Robert II, 100:443; Alfred Thayer Mahan: The Man and His Letters, reviewed, 77:231–33; book reviews by, 78:274–76, 81:101–3, 82:405–6, 83:147–50; ed., The Papers of Henry Clay, vol. 7, Secretary of State, January 1, 1828–March 4, 1829, reviewed, 82:72–76; ed., The Papers of Henry Clay, vol. 8, Candidate, Compromiser, Whig: March 5, 1829–December 31, 1836, reviewed, 83:356–57; "Henry Clay and the Politics of Compromise and Non-Compromise," 85:1–28; and Melba Porter Hay, eds., The Papers of Henry Clay, vol. 9, The Whig Leader, January 1, 1837–December 31, 1843, reviewed, 87:59–60

Seager, Sharon Hannum: book reviews by, 89:101–2, 91:353–54

Seagraves, Tex., 92:295

Seale, William: The President's House: A History, reviewed, 85:359–62; The Tasteful Interlude: American Interiors through the Camera's Eye, 1860–1917, noted, 80:116–17

Sea Lion (sailing ship): during Mexican War, 106:13–15

Seals, Denis, 71:269

Sealsfield, Charles, 79:355

"Search for Asylum: The Mormons Petition the Kentucky Governor, 1845," edited by Roger D. Launius, 105:229–46

"Search for Old Tip Himself," by Robert G. Gunderson, 86:330–51

"Searching for Synthesis: The Fragmentation of Early American History and the Prospects for Reunification—A Review Essay," by Todd Estes, 104:95–126



Searching for Your Ancestors: The How and Why of Genealogy, by Gilbert H. Doane and James B. Bell: reviewed, 79:201

Searcy, Bartlet, 83:17

Searcy, Richard, 97:157

Searles, Louisa, 69:191

Searles, P. David: A College for Appalachia: Alice Lloyd on Caney Creek, reviewed, 94:68–69; "Dissension Among the Do-Gooders: Alice Lloyd and Her Critics in Appalachia," 93:180–206

Sears, A. D.: and the secession crisis in Ky., 110:286

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

Sears, Richard D., 90:77, 105:631; "A Practical Recognition of the Brotherhood of Man": John G. Fee and the Camp Nelson Experience, 110:233; "A Practical Recognition of the Brotherhood of Man": John G. Fee and the Camp Nelson Experience, reviewed, 85:163–64; Camp Nelson, Kentucky: A Civil War History, 110:234; Camp Nelson, Ky.: A Civil War History, reviewed, 101:110–12; The Day of Small Things: Abolitionism in the Midst of Slavery; Berea, Kentucky, 1854–1864, reviewed, 85:72–73; "John G. Fee, Camp Nelson, and Kentucky Blacks, 1864–1865," 85:29–45; The Kentucky Abolitionists in the Midst of Slavery, 1854–1864: Exiles for Freedom, reviewed, 92:201–3; A Utopian Experiment in Kentucky: Integration and Social Equality of Berea, 1866–1904, reviewed, 95:79–85; and William E. Ellis, and H. E. Everman, Madison County: 200 Years in Retrospect, reviewed, 84:308–10; "Working Like A Slave: Views of Slavery and the Status of Women in Antebellum Kentucky," 87:1–19

Sears, Stephen W.: The American Heritage Century Collection of Civil War Art, reviewed, 73:318–20; book reviews by, 100:226–27, 103:570–72; Landscape Turned Red: The Battle of Antietam, reviewed, 82:191–93

Sears, W. H., 74:22

Sears Roebuck (Covington, Ky.): civil rights protests at, 109:369; desegregation of, 109:382

Sears Roebuck (Louisville, Ky.): civil rights protests at, 109:375

Seary, Berry, 69:207

Season of Inquiry: The Senate Intelligence Investigation, by Loch K. Johnson: reviewed, 84:101–2

Season of Renewal: The Columbian Exposition and Victorian America, A, by Dennis B. Downey: reviewed, 100:232–34

Seasons: A Collection of Essays, Vignettes, and Random Thoughts, by John Ed Pearce: reviewed, 82:290–91

Seasons of War: The Ordeal of a Confederate Community, 1861-1865, by Daniel E. Sutherland: reviewed, 94:190–92

Seattle, Wash., 72:66, 96:292; school desegregation plan, 105:1, 29–30

Seay, Maurice F.: and desegregation of the University of Ky., 109:345

Sebastian, Benjamin, 69:49, 70:331, 71:390, 76:100, 110, 84:11, 14, 16, 100:332

Sebastian, Roland, 107:406–8

Sebree, Ky., 90:108

Sebree, Richard O., 68:271, 69:90

Sebree, Uriel, 69:132, 75:239

Sebring, William H.: and Confederate conspiracies in the North, 108:103, 105

secession, 101:412–13; causes of, 101:411–13; and the Holt family, 106:379–81; and Jefferson Davis, 101:422, 434, 107:159–61; and Ky., 106:409–32; votes for, 101:417



Secession Crisis Enigma, A: William Henry Hurlbert and "The Diary of a Public Man," by Daniel W. Crofts: reviewed, 109:244–46

Seco, Ky., 97:191

Second African Baptist Church (Louisville, Ky.), 109:312

Second Amendment, 110:375

Second Appellate District (Ky.), 69:109

Second Bank of United States, 69:295–96, 309

Second Baptist Church (Paducah, Ky.), 97:307, 312–13, 315, 321

"Second Census" of Kentucky–1800, by G. Glenn Clift: reviewed, 69:173–74

Second Confiscation Act (1862), 80:295, 299, 106:583, 110:382, 406, 422

Second Great Awakening, 98:399–400

Second Illinois: battle of Buena Vista, 106:39–40

Second Italian Engineer Regiment: Camp Gordon Johnston, Fla., 105:439

Second Kentucky Cavalry Regiment (CSA), 72:365, 75:126, 76:14, 97:179, 106:19; battle of Buena Vista, 106:19; convenes in Louisville, Ky., 106:11; creation of, 106:10; discipline of, 106:12–13; flag of, illus., 106:21; and John Hunt Morgan, 108:20–110

Second Kentucky C.S.A., 110:452–53

Second Kentucky Infantry, 68:176–77, 179; Jews in, 110:170

Second Kentucky Volunteer Infantry Regiment (CSA), 77:158, 98:70

Second Liberty Loan Act (1945), 79:48–49

Second London Confession (1689), 110:5

Second Manassas (Va.): battle of, 101:444, 456

Second Michigan Cavalry, 70:212, 214, 74:293, 294, 75:128

Second Minnesota Battery, 73:301, 412

Second Missouri Volunteer Infantry, 98:73

Second Presbyterian Church (Baltimore, Md.), 69:362

Second Presbyterian Church (Lexington, Ky.), 106:223, 107:140

Second Presbyterian Church (Louisville, Ky.), 73:221

Second Street (Lexington, Ky.), 107:140

Second Street (Louisville, Ky.), 107:44, 109:311

Second Street School (Frankfort, Ky.): illus., 103:481; and the Van Derveer family, 103:480

Second Virginia Continental Regiment, 71:447



Secret Affairs: Franklin Roosevelt, Cordell Hull, and Sumner Welles, by Irvin F. Gellman: reviewed, 94:323–25

Secret and Sacred: The Diaries of James Henry Hammond, a Southern Slaveholder, edited by Carol Bleser: reviewed, 87:171–72

Secret Diplomacy of the Vietnam War: The Negotiating Volumes of the Pentagon Papers, edited by George C. Herring: reviewed, 82:314–16

Secret Eye: The Journal of Ella Gertrude Clanton Thomas, 1848–1889, edited by Virginia Ingraham Burr, reviewed, 89:97–98

Secrets: A Memoir of Vietnam and the Pentagon Papers, by Daniel Ellsberg, 100:2–4; reviewed, 100:570–71

Sectionalism, Politics and American Diplomacy, by Edward W. Chester: reviewed, 76:77–79

"Sectionalism, Slavery and Education: New Albany, Indiana, versus Danville, Kentucky," by Victor B. Howard, 68:292–310

Securities and Exchange Commission, 104:465–66, 622

Sedalia Air Field (Mo.), 102:46

Seddon, James A., 85:357–58

Sedgwich, Theodore, 74:273

Sedgwick, Ellery, 97:120

Sedition Act (1798), 76:45, 77:201, 206

Sedition Act (1918), 98:179, 181–82, 193, 195, 203

Sedler, Robert A., 101:238, 254, 258, 263; biographical sketch, 101:251; book reviews by, 102:440–44; Fayette County, Ky., school integration suit, 101:251–53; illus., 101:252, 105:9; leaves University of Kentucky, 105:25; "Louisville-Jefferson County School Desegregation Case, The: A Lawyer's Retrospective," 105:3–32; opposition to Fayette County, Ky., busing plan, 101:260; public education of, 105:12; school desegregation plan, 105:1–2; suit against Ky. High School Athletic Association, 101:255; at the University of Ky., 105:4; at Wayne State University, 105:25–26



See America First: Tourism and National Identity, 1880–1940, by Marguerite S. Shaffer: reviewed, 100:383–84

Seed Bed of the Republic, A, by Robert Douthat Stoner: reviewed, 74:231–32

Seeds of Destruction: Joe Kennedy and His Sons, by Ralph G. Martin: reviewed, 94:336–38

Seedtime on the Cumberland, by Harriette Simpson Arnow: noted, 82:318, 94:456–57

Seeger, Pete: Which Side Are You On? (album), 107:480



See How They Ran: The Changing Role of the Presidential Candidate, by Gil Troy: reviewed, 91:119–20

Seeing America: Women Photographers Between the Wars, by Melissa A. McEuen: reviewed, 98:232–34

Seeing Jefferson Anew: In His Time and Ours, edited by John Boles and Hall Randal: reviewed, 108:389–91

See It Now Confronts McCarthyism: Television Documentary and the Politics of Representation, by Thomas Rosteck: reviewed, 93:115–17

Seekers of Scenery: Travel Writing from Southern Appalachia, 1840–1900, edited by Kevin E. O'Donnell and Helen Hollingsworth: noted, 104:811

Seelbach Hotel (Louisville, Ky.), 92:71, 103:484, 104:518, 559, 573

Seely, Bruce E.: Paul F. Barrett, and Mark H. Rose, Best Transportation System in the World, The: Railroads, Trucks, Airlines, and American Public Policy in the Twentieth Century, reviewed, 105:560–62

Seelye, John: War Games: Richard Harding Davis and the New Imperialism, reviewed, 102:124–26

Seeman, Erik R.: Death in the New World: Cross-Cultural Encounters, 1492-1800, reviewed, 108:259–61

Seems Like Yesterday: A Surgeon's Odyssey, by Charles Clark Kissinger: noted, 86:406

Sefton, David, 96:304

Segal, Deann Bice: German POWs in South Carolina, The, reviewed, 103:821–23

Segars, J. H.: and Hill Jordan, and James I. Robertson Jr., eds., The Bell Irvin Wiley Reader, reviewed, 100:83–85; In Search of Confederate Ancestors: The Guide, noted, 91:458



Segregating Sound: Inventing Folk and Pop Music in the Age of Jim Crow, by Karl Hagstrom Miller: reviewed, 107:612–14

segregation, 98:241–44, 246, 254, 258–59; and Jefferson County, Ky. schools, 105:3–32; and Kentucky transportation, 105:385–86, 411–12; in the Louisville Free Public Library System, 93:159–79

Sehlinger, Peter J.: book reviews by, 73:320–21, 81:336–37, 88:367–68, 90:208–9, 94:442–43; "General William Preston: Kentucky's Last Cavalier Fights for Southern Independence," 93:257–85; Kentucky's Last Cavalier: General William Preston, 1816–1887, reviewed, 102:226–28

Seigel, Micol: book review by, 104:163–65

Seigman, ——, 76:145–47

Seip, Terry L.: The South Returns to Congress: Men, Economic Measures, and Intersectional Relationships, 1868–1879, reviewed, 82:97–99

Seitz, John A., 68:57

Selby, John E.: Revolution in Virginia, 1775–1783, reviewed, 88:86–87; and Warren M. Billings, and Thad W. Tate, Colonial Virginia: A History, reviewed, 85:171–73

"Selected Civil War Letters," from Collection of Dr. William F. Hawn, 71:296–306

Selected Essays of T. Harry Williams: with biographical introduction by Estelle Williams, reviewed, 82:86–87

Selected Letters of Robert Penn Warren: vol. 2, The "Southern Review" Years, 1935–1942, edited by William Bedford Clark, 100:62–66; vol. 3, Triumph and Transition, 1943-1952, edited by Randy Hendricks and James A. Perkins, review essay, 104:77–94; vol. 4, New Beginnings and New Directions, edited by Randy Hendricks and James A. Perkins, noted, 107:636

Selected Poems, 1923–1943, by Robert Penn Warren, 104:82

Selective Service, 71:119–20

Selfridge Field (Mich.), 100:196–97

Seligman, L.: clothing firm of, 110:176

Seller, Maxine, 89:61

Sellers, Charles G., 100:32–33; The Market Revolution: Jacksonian America, 1815–1846, reviewed, 92:90–92

Sellier, Charles E.: and David Balsiger, The Lincoln Conspiracy, reviewed, 76:166–67

Selligman, Alfred, 85:61



Selling of the Royal Family: The Mystique of the British Monarchy, by John Pearson: reviewed, 85:97–98

Selling Sound, The: The Rise of the Country Music Industry, by Diane Pecknold: reviewed, 106:139–41

Selling Tradition: Appalachia and the Construction of an American Folk, 1930–1940, by Jane S. Becker: reviewed, 97:226–28

Selma, Ala., 69:192, 74:289–90, 292–93

Selma, Texas: Burritt Hamilton Fee and John G. Fee in, 105:639–42, 648, 650; climate of, 105:648

Seltzer, Curtis: Fire in the Hole: Miners and Managers in the American Coal Industry, reviewed, 83:358–59

Seminary of Saint Sulpice (Paris, France), 101:278

Seminary of St. Thomas (Ky.), 68:258

Seminole Indians, 74:345, 91:272, 281

Semmes, Raphael, 72:55

Semper Ego (horse), 100:485

Semper Lex (horse), 100:485

Semper Rex (horse), 100:485

Semple, Robert B., 110:7, 14; History of the Virginia Baptists, 110:28–29

Senate Committee for Military Affairs: and Jefferson Davis, 101:419

Senate Committee on Kentucky Statutes: and the evolution controversy, 74:113

Senate Committee on Public Buildings: state capital relocation issue, 104:269

Senate Intelligence Committee, 104:500

Senate Military Affairs Committee, 96:69

Senate of the United States: A Bicentennial History, by Richard Allan Baker: reviewed, 86:307–8

Senate Subcommittee on Employment, Manpower, and Poverty: hearings of in Letcher County, Ky., 107:371, 387–90



Senator from Slaughter County, by Harry M. Caudill: noted, 96:114

Senatorial Career of Harley Martin Kilgore, by Robert Franklin Maddox: reviewed, 80:358–59

"Senator J. C. W. Beckham and the Fight for Ratification of the League of Nations," by Leonard Schlup, 95:29–55



Senda Berenson: The Unlikely Founder of Women's Basketball, by Ralph Melnick: reviewed, 105:519–21

Seneca County, Ohio, 73:406, 410–11

Seneca Indians, 90:19, 24, 91:249, 256

Senegal: oral history project in, 104:649

Seney, Judge ——, 73:402, 407

Seney, Mrs. ——, 73:409, 410



Sensibility and the American Revolution, by Sarah Knott: reviewed, 107:95–96

Separate Baptists: and unification of Baptists in Ky., 110:3–31; See alsoBaptists

Separate Coach Law (1892), 78:235; and the African American response, 98:241–59

Separate Sphere, A: Dressmakers in Cincinnati's Golden Age, 1877–1922, by Cynthia Amneus: reviewed, 102:120–21

Sephardic Jews: and the Black Dutch, 102:208



Sequatchie: A Story of the Southern Cumberlands, by J. Leonard Raulston and James W. Livingood: reviewed, 72:287–89

Sequential Soldier, by Herbert W. Coone: noted, 91:246–47

Sequestration Act (1861): Confederate States of America, 110:330–31

Seralvo, Mexico: during Mexican War, 106:36–37

Serbia: autonomy of, 107:566

Serena's Arbour (Mammoth Cave), 68:334

Serency, Jacob, 89:17



Sergeant York (film), 96:126

Sergeant York: An American Hero, by David D. Lee: reviewed, 84:97–98

"Serious Threats to American Education from Fanatic Fringes and Critics," by Thomas D. Clark, 103:167–72



Serrano v. Priest (1971): and public school reform, 109:28–29, 36

Servanti, Henry, 70:319



Serving Our Country: Japanese American Women in the Military during World War II, by Brenda L. Moore: reviewed, 101:380–81

Serving Two Masters: The Development of American Military Chaplaincy, 1860–1920, by Richard M. Budd: reviewed, 100:540–41

Settle, Lucy Belle, 96:144

Settle, Mrs. Marshall, 86:44

settlement-house movement, 85:239–40

Settlement Road (Ky.), 68:117, 127, 129

Settler Sovereignty: Jurisdiction and Indigenous People in America and Australia, 1788-1836, by Lisa Ford: reviewed, 108:127–29

Settles, Mary, 109:23

Seum, Dan, 102:80

Seventeenth Infantry, 94:374, 377, 386, 388

Seventeenth Infantry Battalion (Evansville, Ind.): creation of, 110:157–60

Seventeenth Kentucky, 77:2

Seventeenth Kentucky Volunteers: during Civil War, 109:70

Seventeenth Ohio Regiment, 92:398

Seventeenth Special Rifle Company (Evansville, Ind.): history of, 110:141

Seventeenth Street NW (Washington, D.C.), 110:405

Seventh Congressional District (Ky.), 107:319; and Carl D. Perkins, 107:308–9

Seventh Day Baptists, 110:5; See alsoBaptists

Seventh Kentucky Cavalry Regiment, 72:295, 83:319–27, 345, 97:183

Seventh Kentucky Infantry Regiment, 72:300

Seventh Marine Regiment: during Korean War, 110:151

Seventh Mississippi, 69:353

Seventh Special Rifle Company (Louisville, Ky.): history of, 110:153–55, 155, 163; U.S. Marine Corps Reserve, 110:142

Seventh Street (Louisville, Ky.), 109:301; Jesuit school on, 108:236

7708 War Crimes Group, 95:135, 150–51, 169–70

Seventy-eighth Illinois, 71:187, 432, 436

Seventy-eighth Indiana, 69:351, 355

Seventy-first Indiana Infantry, 71:187

Seventy-fourth Indiana, 69:351, 71:431

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