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

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Smith, Zachary A.: book review by, 99:441–42; The National Environmental Policy Act: Judicial Misconstruction, Legislative Indifference, and Executive Neglect, reviewed, 99:439–41

Smith, Z. F.: illus., 102:523

Smith and Carnan (Philadelphia, Pa.), 89:9

Smith and Keats lumber mill (Louisville, Ky.), 106:52

Smith College (Northampton, Mass.), 93:202, 101:52; girls' basketball at, 109:155, 159, 175

Smith family, 68:223

Smith-Hughes Act, 93:324

Smithland, Ky., 69:249, 251, 262, 269, 70:194, 196, 270, 72:35, 97:62, 66–67; during Civil War, 110:340, 452; Confederate occupation of, 107:523; Freedmen's Bureau in, 110:516

Smith-Lever Act (1914), 92:269, 270

"Smith Pharmacy of Burkesville, Kentucky: A Case Study in the Development of a Community Pharmacy," by Michael A. Flannery, 94:396–421

Smith Presbyterian Community Center (Smith, Ky.), 85:245, 252–53, 256

Smith-Rosenberg, Carroll, 89:121, 90:75; This Violent Empire: The Birth of an American National Identity, reviewed, 107:586–89

Smiths Grove (Ky.) Times, 85:221

Smith's Grove, Ky., 92:273, 281, 283, 93:69

Smithsonian Institution (Washington, D.C.), 92:47; and Jefferson Davis, 107:258

Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery (Washington, D.C.), 105:250

Smithville, Tenn., 72:31

Smokey Creek (Ky.), 68:125

Smoot, Richard C., 97:92; book note by, 84:455–56; book review by, 88:234–35

Smoot, William, 98:88

Smyrna, Turkey, 72:144

Smyser, James I. Jr.: land development by, 107:60

Smyth, Clifford, 91:180

Smythe, Donald: Pershing: General of the Armies, reviewed, 85:93–95

Snadon, Patrick: book note by, 89:236–37

snake-handling: and Holy Rollers, 103:93–108

Snake Indians, 79:104

Snake River, 79:104

Sneed, Achilles, 71:172

Sneed, James, 87:433

Sneed, J. M., 97:164

Sneed, John, 97:164

Sneed, William H.: state capital relocation issue, 104:260–61

Sneedville, Tenn., 71:296, 298, 300

Snell, C. Perry, 68:213–14

Snell, John L., 68:370

Snell, Mark A.: and Bruce C. Kelley, eds., Bugle Resounding: Music and Musicians of the Civil War Era, reviewed, 102:424–26

Snell, Mrs. C. Perry, 68:214

Snethen, W. G., 110:434

Sneyder, Eleanor, 83:119

Snoddy, E. E., 74:121

Snoddy, John, 68:122, 127

Snodgrass Hill, Tenn.: battle of, 93:275, 277, 284

Snow, Charles E., 78:212

Snowden, Mrs. Phillip, 72:350, 355

Snows Hill (Tenn.): battle of, 75:129

Snuffy Smith (cartoon), 96:126, 291

Snyder, Charles M.: The Lady and the President: The Letters of Dorothea Dix and Millard Fillmore, reviewed, 75:74–76

Snyder, Gene, 99:25; opposition to War on Poverty, 104:239–40

Snyder, Harry: and public school reform, 109:48–49

Snyder, J. B., 100:303–4

Snyder, Robert: book review by, 80:224–25; A History of Georgetown College, reviewed, 78:268–69

Snyder, Terri L., Brabbling Women: Disorderly Speech and the Law in Early Virginia: reviewed, 101:330–32

Soares, John: book review by, 100:563–64

Sobchack, Vivian, 98:427

Sobel, Mechal: The World They Made Together: Black and White Values in Eighteenth-Century Virginia, reviewed, 87:67–69

Sobel, Robert: The Manipulators: America in the Media Age, reviewed, 75:341–43; "They Satisfy": The Cigarette in American Life, reviewed, 77:319

Social Change in America: From the Revolution Through the Civil War, by Christopher Clark: reviewed, 105:106–8

Social Darwinism, 72:254

Social History of Bourbon, by Gerald Carson: noted, 108:168

socialism, 96:352, 354, 356, 361, 365–68, 372–73, 375

Socialism As It Is, by William English Walling, 96:366–67

Socialist Party, 72:354, 74:249, 84:286, 288, 92:195

Social Security, 105:461–62, 107:343; expansion of and Dwight David Eisenhower, 105:465–66

Social Stories: The Magazine Novel in Nineteenth-Century America, by Patricia Okker: reviewed, 102:116–18

Society for Military Historians: book award of, 107:164

Society for the Propagation of the Gospel in Foreign Parts, 69:47

Society of Colonial Daughters (Frankfort, Ky.), 101:16

Society of Jesus: See Jesuits

Society of the Cincinnati, 105:582

Soden, William, 79:328

Sodowski, Jacob, 70:282, 288, 72:233, 241

Sodowski, James, 72:229, 233

So Far From God: The U.S. War with Mexico, 1846–1848, by John S. D. Eisenhower: reviewed, 88:343–44

Soil Bank: Dwight David Eisenhower's support for, 105:466

Soil Conservation and Domestic Allotment Act (1936), 84:162

Sojourner Truth: Slave, Prophet, Legend, by Carleton Mabee with Susan Mabee Newhouse: reviewed, 92:215–17

Sokol, Jason: There Goes My Everything: White Southerners in the Age of Civil Rights, 1945-1975, reviewed, 106:142–44

Sokolsky, George, 84:295

Sold American: Consumption and Citizenship, 1890-1945, by Charles F. McGovern: reviewed, 105:727–29

Soldier and Brave, Historic Places Associated with Indian Affairs and the Indian Wars in the Trans-Mississippi West, edited by Robert G. Ferris: reviewed, 71:110–11

Soldiering in the Army of Northern Virginia: A Statistical Portrait of the Troops Who Served under Robert E. Lee, by Joseph T. Glatthaar: reviewed, 110:115–17

Soldiering in the Army of Tennessee: A Portrait of Life in a Confederate Army, by Larry J. Daniel: reviewed, 90:395–96

Soldiers and Scholars: The U.S. Army and the Uses of Military History, 1865–1920, by Carol Reardon: reviewed, 89:319–20

Soldiers Blue and Gray, by James I. Robertson Jr.: reviewed, 87:451–52

Soldier's Daughter, The (play), 100:45–46

Soldier's First Book, 82:156

Soldier's Home (Camp Nelson, Kentucky): services of, 101:461–62

Soldiers of Peace: Civil War Pacifism and the Postwar Radical Peace Movement, by Thomas E. Curran: reviewed, 101:354–55

Soldiers of the Old Army, by Victor Vogel: reviewed, 89:113–14

Solens, William, 97:14

Solitude of Self, The: Thinking about Elizabeth Cady Stanton, by Vivian Gornick: reviewed, 103:582–84

Soloman, Martha M.: A Voice of Their Own: The Woman Suffrage Press, 1840–1910, noted, 90:429–30

Solomon, King: grave of, 103:56

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

Soltow, Lee: book review by, 92:85–88; Distribution of Wealth and Income in the United States in 1798, reviewed, 89:206–8; "Horse Owners in Kentucky in 1800," 79:203–10

Solvay et Cie Chemical Company (Brussels, Belgium): acroosteolysis at, 102:163

Sombart, Werner, 82:25

Some Account of the Design of the Trustees for Establishing Colonys in America, by James Edward Oglethorpe, eds. Rodney M. Baine and Phinizy Spalding: reviewed, 89:406–7

Some Desperate Glory: The World War I Diary of a British Officer, 1917, by Edwin Campion Vaughan: noted, 87:471

"Some Historic Kentucky Orators," by Randall Capps, 73:356–89

"Some Notes on the History of Cane Ridge Prior to The Great Revival," by Ellen Eslinger, 91:1–23

Some Original Land Grant Surveys Along Green River in Lincoln and Casey Counties, Kentucky (1781–1836) by James Franklin Sutherland: reviewed, 76:238–40

Somerset (Ky.) Republican: on miners, 86:220

Somerset, England, 102:49

Somerset, Ky., 68:57, 69:341, 390, 70:76, 71:297, 422, 72:273, 75:123, 327, 94:286, 95:396; during Civil War, 108:54, 110:463; John Hunt Morgan in, 108:38–41; and Lloyd Ramsey, 110:86

Somerset, Pa., 71:74

Somerville, Alexander, 71:99

Sommers, Richard J., 89:365; Richmond Redeemed: The Siege at Petersburg, reviewed, 80:351–53

"'So Much in Love . . .': The Courtship of a Bluegrass Belle–Rosalie Stewart's Diary, December 1890–July 1891," edited by Virginia Van der Veer Hamilton, 88:24–44

Song, T., 105:225–26

Song of the River, by Billy C. Clark: reviewed, 92:81–84

Songs of Life and Grace, by Linda Scott DeRosier: reviewed, 101:495–97

"Songs of Life and Grace: Creeker—And Then Some," by Linda Scott DeRosier, 100:279–91

Sonne, Niels H., 82:135, 103:65; Thomas D. Clark letter to, 103:340

Sonnedecker, Glenn, 94:400

Sonora, Ky., 71:274

Sons and Daughters of Pioneer Rivermen, 70:71

Sons of a Trackless Forest: Cumberland Long Hunters of the Eighteenth Century, by Mark A. Baker: noted, 97:240–41

Sons of Bardstown: 25 Years of Vietnam in an American Town, by Jim Wilson: reviewed, 93:465–66

Sons of Confederate Veterans, 107:210, 216; and George A. Ellsworth's memoir, 108:13; and Jefferson Davis, 107:144–45; Mississippi division of, 107:205

Sons of Daniel Boone: and Dan Beard, 102:487, 518

Sons of the American Revolution, 70:61

Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War, 74:146

Sophocles, 70:62

Sorley, Lewis: Arms Transfers Under Nixon: A Policy Analysis, noted, 82:112

Sorokin, Pitirim, 82:11

Sorrow in Our Heart: The Life of Tecumseh, by Allan W. Eckert: reviewed, 91:429–30

Sosin, Jack M., 72:285, 74:64

Sosna, Morton: book review by, 79:296–98

Sotsky, George: illus., 110:144; and the U.S. Marine Corps Reserve, 110:155, 159, 161

Soudousky, James, 78:297

Soule, George: New Republic article, 104:424

Soule, Pierre, 89:52–53

Soul on Ice: The Life and Music of Mary Lou Williams, by Tammy L. Kernodle: reviewed, 102:276–78

Soul's Economy: Market Society and Selfhood in American Thought, The, by Jeffrey Sklansky: reviewed, 100:536–38

Sounding Gap (Letcher County, Ky.), 78:207

Sousa, John Philip, 78:36

Souter, David, 94:358

South: and historical memory, 110:575–84

South, Barry, 86:221

South, Christine Bradley, 93:38, 94:257–58

South, Jerry, 85:329

South, John F. Jr., 92:50

South: A History, by I. A. Newby: reviewed, 78:70–72

South America, 72:143–44, 155; and African American colonization, 110:385; Charles S. Todd's ambassadorship, 105:196; Henry Clay and, 100:449–50, 453, 106:550–51, 554, 557

South and the New Deal, by Roger Biles: reviewed, 92:335–37

South and the North in American Religion, by Samuel S. Hill Jr.: reviewed, 80:233–35

South and the Politics of Slavery, 1828 to 1856, The, by William J. Cooper Jr., 107:147–48; reviewed, 79:386–87

South As It Is, 1865–66, by John Richard Dennett: noted, 85:392

South Bend, Ind., 70:100, 94:269, 287, 290

South Carolina, 69:242–43, 245–46, 256, 260, 265, 268, 70:22, 26, 33–34, 46, 48–49, 71:5, 323, 72:10, 94, 97, 130, 151, 365, 95:129, 98:244, 99:39, 250, 100:479, 101:423, 429, 107:187, 194, 110:536, 539; African American legislators in, 110:534; Baptists in, 110:6; bookmobile projects in, 95:60; Calhoun family, 102:464; civil rights movement in, 104:219; constitutional convention, 110:535; Denton Offutt in, 108:189; emigration to Carroll County, Ky., from, 108:333, 343; Freedmen's Bureau in, 110:535; Jesuit school in, 108:237; Ku Klux Klan in, 110:561; land redistribution in, 106:533; migration of slaves to, 106:360; "Moonlight Schools" in, 74:19; NAACP in, 109:362; and nullification, 107:521, 110:245, 310, 382; peonage in, 70:328; Reconstruction in, 110:563–65, 571; "Red Shirt" campaign in, 110:561–62; and secession, 101:412, 415–18, 103:669, 106:417, 433, 110:278, 282, 309, 445, 451; secession of, 69:371; slavery in, 101:397, 107:188; and treatment of tuberculosis, 105:635; triracial isolate group in, 102:212; U.S. Colored Troops in, 110:535

South Carrollton, Ky., 97:287–89, 295, 299–300, 303–4

South Carrollton Male and Female Institute (South Carrollton, Ky.), 97:287–304

South Central Kentucky Historical and Genealogical Society, Inc.: compiler, Barren County Heritage: A Pictorial History of Barren County, Kentucky, reviewed, 80:448–50

Southeast Asia Treaty Organization (SEATO), 82:33, 37, 40–41

Southeastern Community and Technical College (Cumberland, Ky.), 107:505

Southeastern Conference (SEC), 88:163, 170, 173, 175, 179, 99:48–49, 387; integration of, 103:446–47

Southeastern Education Foundation (Benham, Ky.), 107:505

Southeastern Indians Since the Removal Era, edited by Walter L. Williams: reviewed, 78:271–72

Southeastern Kentucky Youth for Christ, 107:399

South Elkhorn Baptist Church (Fayette County, Ky.), 110:8, 29; growth of, 110:18

South End (Louisville, Ky.), 107:54, 73; land development in, 107:34, 52, 55, 57, 59

Souther, J. Mark: book review by, 105:562–63; New Orleans on Parade: Tourism and the Transformation of the Crescent City, reviewed, 105:332–35

Southern, David W.: book reviews by, 87:84–85, 89:106–7; Gunnar Myrdal and Black-White Relations: The Use and Abuse of An American Dilemma, 1944–1969, reviewed, 86:92–94; reviews by, 89:106–7

Southern Agriculture during Civil War Era, 1860-1880, by John Solomon Otto, 110:468

Southern Agriculture during Civil War Era, 1860–1880, by John Solomon Otto: reviewed, 93:233–34

Southern and Western Theological Seminary (Maryville, Tenn.), 74:105

"Southern Apostasy," 102:13

Southern Association for the History of Medicine and Science: meeting of, 106:159

Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, 68:215; and Berea College, 110:51

Southern Baptist Convention (SBC), 74:115, 94:284, 292, 293–96, 97:312, 321; formation of, 110:286; oral history project on women in ministry, 104:659–60; Social Service Commission of, 92:189

Southern Baptist Review, 74:204, 207, 210

Southern Baptists, 94:282–83, 285, 288–90

Southern Baptist Theological Seminary (Louisville, Ky.), 74:113, 78:30, 94:253, 96:298, 110:583; Martin Luther King Jr. at, 109:374

Southern Biography Series: Louisiana State University Press, 101:430

Southern Black Creative Writers, 1829–1953: Bibliographies, compiled by M. Marie Booth Foster: noted, 87:195–96

Southern Black Leaders of the Reconstruction Era, edited by Howard N. Rabinowitz: noted, 82:110–11

Southern Built: American Architecture, Regional Practice, by Catherine W. Bishir: reviewed, 105:112–13

Southern Center for Human Rights (Atlanta, Ga.), 102:304

Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC), 99:29; antidiscrimination campaign in Louisville, 104:241; and civil rights protests, 109:355

Southern Civil Religions in Conflict: Black and White Baptists and Civil Rights, 1947–1957, by Andre Michael Manis: reviewed, 86:303–4

Southern College (Bowling Gree, Ky.), 68:193

Southern Committee Against Repression (Louisville, Ky.): formation of, 104:246–47

Southern Common People, The, Studies in Nineteenth-Century Social History, edited by Edward Magdol and Jon L. Wakelyn: reviewed, 79:290–92

Southern Conference Educational Fund, 91:198; Bradens' role in, 104:226

Southern Conference for Human Welfare: influence of cold war on, 104:218–19

Southern Country Editor, by Thomas D. Clark, 103:206, 208–9; noted, 91:125

Southern Country Store, by Thomas D. Clark: correspondence about, 103:220–21; cover, illus., 103:205; Thomas D. Clark lecture on summarizing, 103:117–24

Southern Cut Stone Company (Bowling Green, Ky.), 92:67–69

Southern Daughter: The Life of Margaret Mitchell, by Darden Asbury Pyron: reviewed, 91:104–5

Southern Debate Over Slavery, The, vol. 1, Petitions to Southern Legislatures, 1778–1864, edited by Loren Schweninger: reviewed, 100:529–31

Southern Diaspora, The: How the Great Migration of Black and White Southerners Transformed America, by James N. Gregory: reviewed, 104:184–86

Southern Discomfort: Women's Activism in Tampa, Florida, 1880s–1920s, by Nancy A. Hewitt: reviewed, 100:90–91

Southern Educational Association, 74:17

Southern Elementary School (Lexington, Ky.): African American students, 101:260, 266

Southerners and Other Americans, by Grady McWhiney: reviewed, 72:56–59

Southern Exposition (Louisville, Ky.), 70:339, 78:30–31, 96:37–38

Southern Extension (Louisville, Ky.): development of, 107:52

Southern Families at War: Loyalty and Conflict in the Civil War South, edited by Catherine Clinton: reviewed, 100:82–83

Southern Folk Plain and Fancy: Native White Social Types, by John Shelton Reed: reviewed, 85:383–84

Southern Harmony and Musical Companion, by William Walker: noted, 86:406

Southern Heights (Louisville, Ky.): creation of, 107:54

Southern Historical Association, 69:32, 80:119, 129, 132, 146, 103:208, 104:679; annual meeting in Louisville, Ky., 109:292; Charles Sydnor Award, 74:125

Southern Historical Association meeting, New Orleans, 76:192

Southern Honor: Ethics and Behavior in the Old South, by Bertram Wyatt-Brown: reviewed, 81:445–48

Southern Horrors: Women and the Politics of Rape and Lynching, by Crystal N. Feimster: reviewed, 108:424–26

Southern Humanities Media Fund, 96:133

Southern Illinois University Press: Concise Lincoln Library Series, 110:609–10

Southern Independence Association: Great Britain, 107:168

Southern Indiana in the American Revolution, by James H. O'Donnell III: reviewed, 72:284–85

Southern Industrial Conference on Human Relations (1930), 78:153

Southern Ladies: New Women: Race, Region, and Clubwomen in South Carolina, 1890–1930, by Joan Marie Johnson: reviewed, 104:174–75

Southern Manhood: Perspectives on Masculinity in the Old South, edited by Craig Thompson Friend and Lorri Glover: reviewed, 102:237–40

Southern Masculinity: Perspectives on Manhood in the South since Reconstruction, edited by Craig Thompson Friend: reviewed, 108:424–26

Southern Migrants: Northern Exiles, by Chad Berry: reviewed, 98:213–14

Southern Mountaineers in Silent Films: Plot Synopses of Movies about Moonshining, Feuding, and Other Mountain Topics, 1904–1929, by J. W. Williamson: reviewed, 92:315–16

Southern Mountain Speech, by Cratis D. Williams: noted, 91:242

Southern Music—American Music, by Bill C. Malone: reviewed, 79:271–73

Southern Normal School (Bowling Green, Ky.), 69:30

Southern Pamphlets on Secession, November 1860–April 1861, edited by Jon L. Wakelyn: reviewed, 95:102–3

Southern Patriot: support for the Bradens, 104:227

Southern Progressivism: The Reconciliation of Progress and Tradition, by Dewey W. Grantham: reviewed, 82:309–11

Southern Railroad, 69:93, 104:462; charter for, 71:42

Southern Railway, 72:278, 76:292, 93:140, 142–43; system of, 104:601

"Southern Reaction to the XYZ Affair; An Incident in the Emergence of American Nationalism," by John W. Kuehl, 70:21–49

Southern Regional Council: and Louisville civil rights movement, 104:222

Southern Regional Council Voter Education Project, 109:409

Southern Relief Association, 79:220

Southern Renaissance, A.: The Cultural Awakening of the American South, 1930–1955, by Richard H. King: reviewed, 79:296–98

Southern Review: and Robert Penn Warren, 104:79

"Southern Review" Years, 1935–1942: selected letters of Robert Penn Warren, 104:82

Southern Rightist Party, 93:400

Southern Rights Party, 77:269–70, 79:7, 99:355–56

Southern Ruralist, 72:171

Southern Slavery and the Law, 1619-1860, by Thomas D. Morris: reviewed, 94:437–38

Southern Sons: Becoming Men in the New Nation, by Lorri Glover: reviewed, 105:482–84

Southern States Woman Suffrage Conference, 72:357, 93:11, 21–22

Southern Stories: Slaveholders in Peace and War, by Drew Gilpin Faust: noted, 93:128

Southern Strategies: Southern Women and the Woman Suffrage Question, by Elna C. Green: reviewed, 95:205–6

Southern Tier Counties (New York), 107:392; antipoverty programs for, 107:382–85

Southern Tier Expressway (New York), 107:383

Southern Tradition: The Achievement and Limitations of an American Conservatism, by Eugene D. Genovese: reviewed, 93:375–77

Southern Women at Vassar: The Poppenheim Family Letters, 1882–1916, by Joan Marie Johnson: reviewed, 101:359–61

Southern Women: Black and White in the Old South, by Sally G. McMillen: noted, 90:429

Southern Women: Histories and Identities, edited by Virginia Bernhard et al.: noted, 92:127

Southern Women in Revolution, 1776–1800: Personal and Political Narratives, by Cynthia A Kierner: reviewed, 97:209–11

Southern Women's League for the Rejection of the Susan B. Anthony Amendment, 93:19

Southern Writers and the New South Movement, 1865–1913, by Wayne Mixon: reviewed, 80:238–40

Southern Writers: A New Biographical Dictionary, edited by Joseph M. Flora and Amber Vogel: noted, 104:812–13

South Fork Baptist Church (Hardin County, Ky.): and slavery, 106:349, 488

South Fork Country, by Samuel D. Perry: reviewed, 83:67–69

South From Hell-fer-Sartin: Kentucky Mountain Folktales, by Leonard W. Roberts: noted, 87:194

Southgate, Horatio, 69:40

Southgate, Richard, 96:1, 17, 22

South Hampton (U.S. warship), 69:14

Southhampton Slave Revolt of 1831, The, by Henry Irving Tragle: reviewed, 70:149–51

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

South Kentucky Association of Separate Baptists: formation of, 110:27

South Kentucky Baptist Association, 110:8; and unification of Baptists in Ky., 110:8–14, 16–18, 21–24, 27, 30

South Lebanon, Ohio, 94:266

South Lexington Family Physicians (Lexington, Ky.): and Ernie Fletcher, 102:5

South Pacific Diary, 1942–1943, by Mack Morriss: reviewed, 95:111–12

South Returns to Congress: Men, Economic Measures, and Intersectional Relationships, 1869–1879, by Terry L. Seip: reviewed, 82:97–99

South Salem Academy (South Salem, Ohio ), 110:41–42

South since Appomatox, The, by Thomas D. Clark and Albert D. Kirwan, 74:125; correspondence about, 103:229–31

South Union, Ky., 69:233, 235, 74:97, 90:78; Shakers at, 70:187–99, 109:7; textiles of Shakers at, 94:33–58

South Vietnam, 102:335; effect of American intervention, 102:332; ignorance of, 102:353

South Western Baptist (Alabama), 74:205–8, 211

Southwestern Parkway (Louisville, Ky.), 107:33, 69

Southwestern Presbyterian University (Memphis, Tenn.), 68:213

Southwest Missouri State College (Springfield, Mo.), 68:190

Southwest Virginia's Railroad: Modernization and the Sectional Crisis, by Kenneth W. Noe: reviewed, 93:355–56

Southwick (Louisville, Ky.): voter registration drive, 109:405

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