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



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Slave Drivers, The: Black Agricultural Labor Supervisors in the Antebellum South, by William L. Van Deburg: reviewed, 79:384–86

"Slaveholders vs. Slaveholders: Divided Kentuckians in the Secession Crisis," by Krista Smith, 97:375–401

Slave Power: The Free North and Southern Domination, 1780–1860, by Leonard L. Richards, reviewed, 99:178–79

slavery, 68:17–36, 79:60, 99, 113, 211–18, 97:337–46, 99:57, 59, 96, 101:398, 107:224, 227; and Abraham Lincoln, 80:281–308, 106:307–8, 368–72, 397–402, 446–47, 456–58, 493–94, 505–8, 518–22, 526–28, 565–70, 592–97; and Abraham Lincoln and Henry Clay, 110:249–-50; and the annexation of Texas, 107:570; in Appalachia, 80:151–82; arming of slaves by Confederate States of America, 107:158–59, 185–88; arming of slaves during American Revolution, 107:187–88; and Benjamin Franklin, 105:261–64; and Carter Tarrant, 88:121–47; and Cassius M. Clay, 106:312, 447; as a cause of Confederate defeat, 101:442–43; as cause of the Civil War, 102:392–93; changing views of, 101:425–27; church efforts against, 91:15–21; and the Civil War, 106:5, 107:242; constitutional debate about, 110:363–402; David Rice's opposition to, 106:166–67; in the District of Columbia, 68:132–46; expansion of, 101:407–8; and George Keats, 106:55–57, 59; gradual emancipation, 102:15, 20, 23, 25–28, 30–33, 36, 38; and Great Britain, 107:166; and Henry Clay, 106:505–8, 552–53, 565–70; historiography of, 103:727–41; illus., 106:377; immediate abolition, 102:38; importance to South, 101:405, 407, 410; international context of, 107:193; and Jefferson Davis, 101:401–56, 107:148–52, 160–61, 260–61; and Jesuits in Ky., 108:213–49; and John C. Calhoun, 107:151–53; John G. Fee's opinions of, 105:619–21; and Joseph Holt, 106:376–78, 397–402; Kentucky slave code, 95:133; in Ky., 101:93–108, 397–99, 103:691–726, 694–99, 725, 105:51–56, 64–65, 106:312–13, 378–80, 412, 434–35, 571–604, 107:513–49, 545, 110:265–91, 293–95, 296–99, 489–95; and Ky. Baptists, 110:27–28; on Ky. frontier, 92:1–23, 106:351–54, 107:29–30; and Ky. Presbyterians, 73:217–40, 102:13–38; in Lexington, Ky., 106:191, 194, 198; at Locust Grove (Louisville, Ky.), 96:167–91; in Louisville, Ky., 102:362–63; in the Old Southwest, 106:358–62; politics of, 101:423; and the Presbyterian Church, 68:292–310; proslavery thought in Ky., 77:75–90; and the race issue, 107:169–72; review essay, 103:727–41; and Richard Ball Anderson, 81:255–73; and Robert Ball Anderson, 81:255–73; and the Robert Wickliffe family, 94:115–16; and Roman Catholic Church, 101:276–77, 280–81, 286; and the Roman Catholic Church, 101:288–89; and Roman Catholic Church, 101:289; slave labor and Ky. agriculture, 89:190–96; slave-owner exclusion, 102:15, 25, 27, 28, 31–36; slaveowners in 1860, chart, 101:406; and the "slave power conspiracy," 101:408–9; and the South's political power, 101:407–8; and status of women, 87:1–19; and Thomas Lincoln, 106:314–18, 330, 349–51, 487–88; transition to freedom, 91:403–19; and Upland South culture, 106:367–72; and westward expansion, 107:572; See alsoAmerican Colonization Society; blacks, colonization of



Slavery, by Ed Hamilton: illus., 106:520

Slavery, Civil War, and Salvation: African American Slaves and Christianity, 1830-1870, by Daniel L. Fountain: reviewed, 108:404–6

"Slavery, the Civil War, and Jefferson Davis: An Interview with William J. Cooper Jr. and Charles P. Roland": edited by Kenneth H. Williams, 101:401–56



Slavery, the Solvent of Kentucky Politics, by Frank F. Mathias, 70:1–16

Slavery and African Ethnicities in the Americas: Restoring the Links, by Gwendolyn Midlo Hall: reviewed, 104:136–38

Slavery and American Economic Development, by Gavin Wright: reviewed, 105:121–22

Slavery and Politics in the Early American Republic, by Matthew Mason: reviewed, 105:108–10

Slavery and Social Death: A Comparative Study, by Orlando Patterson: reviewed, 82:100–102

Slavery and the American West: The Eclipse of Manifest Destiny and the Coming of the Civil War, by Michael A. Morrison: reviewed, 96:395–97

Slavery and the Evolution of Cherokee Society, 1540–1866, by Theda Perdue: reviewed, 79:273–75

Slavery and the Making of America, by James Oliver Horton and Lois F. Horton: review essay, 103:727–41

Slavery and the Meetinghouse: The Quakers and the Abolitionist Dilemma, 1820-1865, by Ryan P. Jordan: reviewed, 105:705–7

Slavery and the Supreme Court, 1825-1861, by Earl M. Maltz: reviewed, 107:443–45

Slavery Attacked: Southern Slaves and Their Allies, 1619–1865, by Merton L. Dillon: reviewed, 90:193–94

Slavery Days in Old Kentucky, by Isaac Johnson: noted, 93:123–24

Slavery Debates, 1952–1990, The, by Robert W. Fogel: review essay, 103:727–41

Slavery: History and Historians, by Peter J. Parish: reviewed, 89:93–94

"Slavery Ideology and the Underground Railroad in Kentucky: A Review Essay," by John David Smith, 101:93–108



Slavery in Colonial America, 1619–1776, by Betty Wood: reviewed, 103:549–50

Slavery in North Carolina, 1748-1775, by Marvin L. Michael Kay and Lorin Lee Cary: reviewed, 94:72–73

Slavery in the Age of Reason: Archaeology at a New England Farm, by Alexandra A. Chan: reviewed, 105:686–88

Slavery in the South: A State-by-State History, by Clayton E. Jewett and John O. Allen: noted, 104:805

Slavery in White and Black: Class and Race in the Southern Slaveholders' New World Order, by Elizabeth Fox-Genovese and Eugene D. Genovese: reviewed, 107:107–9

Slavery on Trial: Law, Abolition, and Print Culture, by Jeannine Marie DeLombard: reviewed, 106:92–94

Slavery's Constitution: From Revolution to Ratification, by David Waldstreicher: reviewed, 107:273–74

Slavery's End in Tennessee, 1861–1865, by John Cimprich: reviewed, 84:326–27

Slavery Times in Kentucky, by J. Winston Coleman Jr., 96:184; article about, 103:691–726

Slave's Narrative, edited by Charles T. Davis and Henry Louis Gates Jr.: reviewed, 84:85–87

Slaves No More: Letters from Liberia, 1833–1869, edited by Bell I. Wiley: reviewed, 80:102–4



Slaves Without Masters: The Free Negro in the Antebellum South, by Ira Berlin: reviewed, 74:138–40

Slave Testimony: Two Centuries of Letters Speeches, Interviews, and Autobiographies, edited by John W. Blassingame: reviewed, 77:221–22

Slave Trade Act (1819), 106:523



Slave Trading in the Old South, by Frederic Bancroft: noted, 94:454

Slayton, Mr. ——: and the truck deal, 104:575

Sleeper-Smith, Susan, ed.: Rethinking the Fur Trade: Cultures of Exchange in an Atlantic World, reviewed, 107:583–85

Slender is the Thread: Tales from a Country Law Office, by Harry M. Caudill: reviewed, 86:168–69

Slide, Anthony: Silent Players: A Biographical and Autobiographical Study of 100 Silent Film Actors and Actresses, reviewed, 100:548–49

Slidell, John, 71:323

Sligo Ferry (Ky,), 72:31

Sloan, Viva O.: and civil rights protests in Richmond, Ky., 109:386–87

Sloane, Eric: School Days, reviewed, 72:64–66

Sloane, Florence Adele: Maverick in Mauve: The Diary of a Romantic Age, reviewed, 82:197–98

Sloane, George Harvey I., 99:213, 218–19, 266

Sloane, Harvey, 109:50

Slok, Deborah A.: More Than Neighbors: Catholic Settlements and Day Nurseries in Chicago, 1893-1930, reviewed, 106:129–31

Slone, Verna Mae, 93:191; How We Talked and Common Folks, reviewed, 107:267–69; Rennie's Way: A Novel, reviewed, 93:93–95; What My Heart Wants to Tell, noted, 88:370–71

Slotkin, Richard, 100:498, 500

Slouch, Paxton, 79:209

Slover, James Anderson: Minister to the Cherokees: A Civil War Autobiography, reviewed, 100:85–86

"Slow and Unsure Progress of Women in Kentucky Politics, The" by Penny M. Miller, 99:249–84

Sly Boots (horse), 100:485

Small, Albion, 92:240

Small, Braxton, 68:78, 80

Small, Melvin: on the antiwar movement, 102:350–52; At the Water's Edge: American Politics and the Vietnam War, reviewed, 104:200–201

Small, Thomas, 96:328



Small but Spartan Band, A: The Florida Brigade in Lee's Army of Northern Virginia, by Zack C. Waters and James C. Edmonds: reviewed, 108:417–19

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

Smart, James, 80:402

Smeades, A. K., 69:58

Smeathers, William, 73:416

Smedley, Hiram, 98:265, 267–68, 270

Smedley, Sam, 90:106–7

Smelser, Marshall, 76:247; The Winning of Independence, 74:65

Smile When You Call Me A Hillbilly: Country Music's Struggle for Respectability, 1939–1954, by Jeffrey J. Lange: reviewed, 103:823–24

Smiley, David, 75:108

Smiley, David L., 70:12

Smith, ——, 69:314

Smith, Adam, 70:179

Smith, Adelia Colemen: grave of, illus., 103:688

Smith, Adjutant ——, 73:413

Smith, Al: book review by, 101:319–21; illus., 104:682; and oral history, 104:391

Smith, Alfred E., 70:132, 73:389, 74:122–23, 79:163, 84:33, 90:266, 96:299, 99:2, 104:406; 1928 presidential campaign, 104:417–18; and anti-Catholicism in Kentucky, 104:418; and Patrick Henry Callahan, 92:183–87, 195

Smith, Alpheus W.: Fort Getty, R. I., 105:454

Smith, Andrew Jackson, 69:102, 118

Smith, Barbara Clark: Freedoms We Lost, The: Consent and Resistance in Revolutionary America, reviewed, 109:473–75

Smith, B. B., 68:280

Smith, Benjamin, 71:98, 82:227

Smith, Benjamin Bosworth, 73:238; career of, 69:37–86; on homicide, 81:134–37, 144

Smith, Beverly, 76:120

Smith, Blair M.: Kentucky Historical Society scholarly research fellow, 107:298

Smith, ——, Boonesborough, Ky., 86:327–28

Smith, Capt. ——, 83:224, 226

Smith, C. F., 68:312, 93:282

Smith, Charles: and civil rights protests in Lexington, Ky., 109:364; Freedmen's Bureau in Paducah, Ky., 110:524, 527

Smith, Charles F., 70:270, 74:185, 187

Smith, Christy Spurlock: "Stone of the Most Beautiful Kind: The White Stone Quarry of Bowling Green," 92:44–72

Smith, Clifford, 104:452

Smith, Colonel ——, 72:25

Smith, Cooper R. Jr., 68:218

Smith, Cooper R. Sr., 68:218

Smith, Craig R.: Daniel Webster and the Oratory of Civil Religion, reviewed, 103:563–66

Smith, Culver H.: The Press, Politics, and Patronage: The American Government's Use of Newspapers, 1789–1875, reviewed, 76:326–28; Thomas D. Clark letter to, 103:303–4

Smith, Daniel, 68:99, 106, 120, 70:236, 277

Smith, Daniel Blake, 110:7; book reviews by, 82:89–91, 87:66–67, 99:405–7, 101:394–95

Smith, David, 96:344

Smith, David G.: book review by, 100:524–25

Smith, ("Deaf"), 71:104

Smith, Denny, 82:240–42, 248, 98:274, 276

Smith, Denny P., 81:421–22

Smith, D. Howard, 76:16, 85:328, 334, 357; eulogy of Henry Clay, 106:548

Smith, Doug, 68:219

Smith, Douglas L.: The New Deal in the Urban South, reviewed, 87:80–81

Smith, Dr. ——, 83:223

Smith, Dwight, 81:23

Smith, Dwight C., 85:221

Smith, Dwight L.: book reviews by, 70:233–35, 72:423–26, 74:136–38, 342–43, 346–47; and Ray Swick, eds., A Journey Through the West: Thomas Rodney's 1803 Journal from Delaware to the Mississippi Territory, noted, 96:217–18

Smith, Earl J.: See Wayne Cutler

Smith, E. B., 97:295

Smith, E. C.: compensated emancipation, 106:600

Smith, Edward Conrad, 71:349, 106:435

Smith, Edward Everett, 74:103

Smith, E. Kirby, 69:350, 375, 70:202–3, 208, 211, 74:36, 127, 75:126, 76:1, 5, 10–13, 79:33–34, 124–25, 127–29, 133–34, 80:89, 92:386, 96:241, 242, 243, 316, 319, 321, 337, 338, 97:185, 186, 254, 263, 101:449, 105:38, 59, 64, 107:539, 110:483; invasion of Ky., 93:268–69, 105:57–59, 108:52–57; and Ky. during Civil War, 107:174

Smith, Elbert B.: Francis Preston Blair, reviewed, 79:369–71; The Presidencies of Zachary Taylor and Millard Fillmore, reviewed, 87:70–71

Smith, Elizabeth, 69:53

Smith, Elizabeth Frances Blair, 76:282

Smith, Enoch, 89:24, 25, 107:24–25

Smith, E. Todd: book review by, 104:297–98

Smith, Eward Conrad, 110:232–33

Smith, F. A., 104:57

Smith, Francis, 70:277

Smith, Frank, 97:425

Smith, Frank E.: ed., I'll Still Take My Stand: By 22 Southerners, reviewed, 80:363–64; Land Between the Lakes, reviewed, 69:397–99

Smith, Franklin: report on Henry Clay Jr., 106:37–38

Smith, Frederick, 79:46, 49–51, 53–54

Smith, G. Clay, 72:263

Smith, George, 68:75, 79, 88:131, 132, 146

Smith, George Rapin: antislavery stance, 102:24

Smith, George W., 72:378, 385, 387; article about political views of during Civil War, 103:661–90

Smith, Gerald J.: ed., Agrarian Letters: The Correspondence of John Donald Wade and Donald Davidson, 1930–1939, reviewed, 102:259–60

Smith, Gerald L., 73:430, 97:100; A Black Educator in the Segregated South: Kentucky's Rufus B. Atwood, reviewed, 92:411–12; book reviews by, 89:428–29, 94:70–71; "Direct-Action Protests in the Upper South: Kentucky Chapters of the Congress of Equality," 109:351–93; "Kentucky African Americans: 'So Much Remains to be Told'," 109:287–94; Lexington, Kentucky, listed, 102:151; paper by, 109:292; scholarship of, 109:284; "Student Demonstrations and the Dilemma of the Black College President in 1960: Rufus Atwood and Kentucky State College," 88:318–34

Smith, Gerrit, 80:293

Smith, Graham: When Jim Crow Met John Bull: Black American Soldiers in World War II Britain, reviewed, 87:83–84

Smith, Grant, 84:276

Smith, Green: business of, 109:306

Smith, Green Clay, 76:197, 199, 201–6, 208–9, 211–15, 80:299

Smith, Harry S., 71:177–78, 180, 182

Smith, Henry, 69:251–52, 256, 83:226, 231; and the Texas revolt, 71:5–7, 23, 95, 98, 102

Smith, Henry Nash, 90:51; Virgin Land, 72:283

Smith, Herb E., 96:132

Smith, Herbert J., 68:218

Smith, H. F., 71:15

Smith, H. H., 86:229

Smith, Hoke, 95:49

Smith, Howard E., 99:136

Smith, Hugh E., 92:44, 51

Smith, Hulett C., 99:38

Smith, Hyrum: assassination of, 105:231, 240; trial of murderers of, 105:235

Smith, I., 104:577

Smith, Ira D., 82:243–44, 88:198

Smith, Jack, 68:219

Smith, Jacob H., 83:342–43; illus., 104:68; during Philippine War, 104:73

Smith, James, 69:216, 218–19, 222, 224, 226, 248, 72:414, 91:2, 3, 8–10, 12, 14, 16, 97:269, 102:30; captivity narrative of, 104:36; Native American warfare, description of, 104:33; on Native American Woodland War, 86:4–23; remonstrance of, 102:27–28

Smith, James A., 70:216

Smith, James Harold: This is the Way it Wus, noted, 80:251

Smith, James Henry, 92:30

Smith, Jane S.: Patenting the Sun: Polio and the Salk Vaccine, reviewed, 89:324–25

Smith, Jason Scott: book review by, 109:134–36; Building New Deal Liberalism: The Political Economy of Public Works, 1933–1956, reviewed, 104:760–62

Smith, Jean Edward: Grant, reviewed, 99:310–12

Smith, Jedediah Strong, 74:137

Smith, J. Lawrence, 92:46, 49

Smith, Joe, 98:58

Smith, John, 69:92, 204, 334–35, 71:73, 76, 72:239, 78:298, 82:241, 98:54

Smith, John David, 97:96, 101:2; "'Alsace-Lorraine of Pragmatism Between the Crusaders': Kentucky in the Civil War Era," 110:231–41; Black Judas: William Hannibal Thomas and the American Negro, reviewed, 98:312–13; Black Slavery in the Americas: An Interdisciplinary Bibliography, 1865–1980, noted, 81:461; book notes by, 82:109, 84:104–5, 85:287, 87:93–94, 470–71, 88:492–93, 89:332–33, 90:224, 319, 91:461–62, 92:129, 345, 95:459–60; book reviews by, 73:318–20, 75:246–47, 76:332–33, 78:74–76, 79:384–86, 81:330–32, 84:438–39, 89:403–5, 90:300–301, 100:216–17; and Charles P. Roland, History Teaches Us to Hope: Reflections on the Civil War and Southern History, reviewed, 106:113–14; Civil War issue of the Register, 109:2; "'Gentlemen, I too, am a Kentuckian': Abraham Lincoln, the Lincoln Bicentennial, and Lincoln's Kentucky in Recent Scholarship," 106:433–70; and Louis A. Warren, A Man for the Ages: Tributes to Abraham Lincoln, reviewed, 77:211–12; "New Scholarship on John G. Fee and the Early Years of Berea College," 95:79–85; Old Creed for the New South, An: Proslavery Ideology and Historiography, 1865-1918, noted, 91:127–28, 107:635–36; Old Creed for the New South, An: Proslavery Ideology and Historiography, 1865-1918, reviewed, 84:434–35; and Randall M. Miller, eds., Dictionary of Afro-American Slavery, reviewed, 88:85–86; "Slavery Ideology and the Underground Railroad in Kentucky: A Review Essay," 101:93–108; "The Recruitment of Negro Soldiers in Kentucky, 1863–1865," 72:364–90; and Thomas H. Appleton Jr., eds., A Mythic Land Apart: Reassessing Southerners and Their History, reviewed, 95:441–43; "'To hue the line and let the chips fall where they may': J. Winston Coleman's Slavery Times in Kentucky Reconsidered," 103:691–726; and William Cooper Jr., eds., A Union Woman in Civil War Kentucky: The Diary of Frances Peter, reviewed, 98:301–2; and William Cooper Jr., Window on the War: Frances Dallam Peter's Lexington Civil War Diary, reviewed, 76:54–55

Smith, John F., 92:49

Smith, John Peyton, 94:397, 398, 413, 414, 415, 418

Smith, John Speed, 68:33, 70:6

Smith, John W., 71:24, 27

Smith, Jonathan Clark: "George Keats: The 'Money Brother' of John Keats and His Life in Louisville," 106:43–68

Smith, Joseph A.: biographical sketch of, 105:596; Ky. Regiment, 105:604

Smith, Joseph Jr., 105:233; assassination of, 105:230–31, 240; legal persecution of, 105:241; trial of murderers of, 105:235

Smith, Julia F., 71:450

Smith, Kathleen E. R.: God Bless America: Tin Pan Alley Goes to War, reviewed, 101:381–83

Smith, Katy Simpson: book review by, 107:438–39

Smith, Kay, 72:76

Smith, Kimberly K.: African American Environmental Thought: Foundations, reviewed, 105:346–48; Wendell Berry and the Agrarian Tradition, reviewed, 101:115–18

Smith, Kim Lady, 99:2, 101, 104:623–24, 627–29, 631, 644; and the Kentucky Oral History Commission, 104:392; and oral history in Kentucky, 104:633–35, 639; oral history roundtable discussion chaired by, 104:609–42

Smith, Kirke, 71:239

Smith, Krista: "Slaveholders vs. Slaveholders: Divided Kentuckians in the Secession Crisis," 97:375–401

Smith, Larry Douglas: book review by, 89:309

Smith, Leonard D., 73:399

Smith, Leslie Shively: Around Muhlenberg County, Kentucky: A Black History, reviewed, 78:264–66

Smith, Lockett: Ky. Historical Society, 101:27

Smith, Louis, 71:330–31; Thomas D. Clark letter to, 103:403

Smith, Lucy L., 99:300

Smith, Maggie Mae, 95:69–76

Smith, Marcia Brawner, 97:86; "'To Enhance the Value of the Land': Land Survey Legislation in the Jackson Purchase, 1820," 91:386–402

Smith, Margaret Bayard, 100:443, 450–51, 453

Smith, Margaret Chase, 76:119

Smith, Maria McKay: letter of, 103:645

Smith, Mark M.: How Race is Made: Slavery, Segregation, and the Senses, reviewed, 104:318–20; Mastered by the Clock: Time, Slavery, and Freedom in the American South, reviewed, 96:93–95

Smith, Mary Clay, 72:209

Smith, Melancthon, 74:280

Smith, Michael Thomas: Enemy Within, The: Fears of Corruption in the Civil War North, reviewed, 110:113–15

Smith, Mills, 103:689; and George W. Smith, 103:665–66; land near, illus., 103:677; map of, illus., 103:665; Union troops in, 103:683

Smith, Milton H., 74:46, 90:100; and the Goebel affair, 78:322–42

Smith, Mr. ——, 73:405

Smith, Mr.—: Georgetown, Ky., 108:33–34

Smith, Mrs. B. F., 70:204

Smith, Mrs. Joe ("Te"): illus., 107:358

Smith, Mrs. Thomas Jefferson, 72:355

Smith, Nancy: marriage of, 103:501, 503

Smith, Nanette Price Smith, 106:10

Smith, Neil: American Empire: Roosevelt's Geographer and the Prelude to Globalization, reviewed, 102:136–38

Smith, Nell, 86:40

Smith, Olin, 97:423, 424

Smith, Oliver H., 75:171, 80:378–79

Smith, Page: A New Age Now Begins: A People's History of the American Revolution, reviewed, 75:58–60; Reflections on the Nature of Leadership, noted, 82:209

Smith, Patricia, 103:739

Smith, Paul, 72:183, 83:46

Smith, Paul H.: and others, Letters of Delegates to Congress, 1774–1789, vol. 19, August 1, 1782–March 11, 1783, noted, 91:243–44

Smith, Peggy, 83:214

Smith, Preston, 97:254

Smith, Randolph N., 94:397, 415–16, 418, 420

Smith, R. Drew: ed., Long March Ahead: African American Churches and Public Policy in Post–Civil Rights America, reviewed, 104:371–73

Smith, Rebecca Jane, 82:65

Smith, Rebecca Lee: and Frances Keller Swinford, The Great Elm, reviewed, 68:280–81

Smith, Rhonda L.: book reviews by, 99:86–88, 105:526–28

Smith, Richard Cándida: and Ellen Carol DuBlois, eds., Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Feminist as Thinker: A Reader in Documents and Essays, reviewed, 105:715–17

Smith, Richard Candida: oral history essay, 104:689, 692–93

Smith, Richard ("Deacon"): reaction to Grant's Vicksburg campaign, 103:642–45

Smith, R. N., 68:271, 69:90; Lincoln article by, 106:299; "Lincolns in Southern Kentucky," 68:231–38

Smith, Robert: biographical sketch of, 103:666

Smith, Robert A., 69:353, 359–60

Smith, Robert Alexander, 97:268–69, 271, 285

Smith, Robert E.: book reviews by, 72:196–98, 287–89, 75:74–76, 88:214–15

Smith, Russell: and the Ashland Armcos, 97:407, 409, 411, 413, 419–21, 429, 431–32, 437–39, 441

Smith, Sam B.: Tennessee History: A Bibliography, reviewed, 73:333–34

Smith, Samuel, 94:397, 398, 413

Smith, Sarah Julia, 90:249

Smith, Sharon L.: and Stephen J. Fletcher, Life in a Three-Ring Circus: Posters and Interviews: reviewed, 99:333–45

Smith, Sidney: "The Gumps," 77:113

Smith, Stephen, 69:41

Smith, Susan L.: book review by, 95:107–8

Smith, Thomas, 70:189, 72:147, 88:428, 103:513; Orphan Brigade, 94:164

Smith, Thomas E., 69:19, 21

Smith, Thomas Jr.: and Garlin M. Conner, 110:89–90; Ky. journal of, 79:57–62

Smith, Thomas Ruys, ed.: Blacklegs, Card Sharps, and Confidence Men: Nineteenth-Century Mississippi River Gambling Stories, noted, 108:169

Smith, Timothy B.: book reviews by, 106:277–79, 110:589–91; This Great Battlefield of Shiloh: Memory and the Establishment of a Civil War National Military Park, reviewed, 104:150–52

Smith, Tom: and Clay family, 94:385, 388, 391

Smith, T. V., 100:163

Smith, W. D., 73:309

Smith, W. Halley, 85:338, 339

Smith, Wilbur R., 74:12

Smith, Will, 90:106–7

Smith, William, 68:277, 70:34, 75:202, 86:20, 22, 88:147, 105:255–56

Smith, William B., 110:563

Smith, William Bailey, 83:16

Smith, William Farrar ("Baldy"), 71:316

Smith, William H., 86:219

Smith, William Loughton, 70:35

Smith, William S., 96:329

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