Index for the Register Volumes 72-108 (1974-2010)



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Carneal, Thomas D., 72:40, 338

Carnegie, Andrew, 89:155, 93:161–62, 168–71

Carnes, Mark C.: ed., Past Imperfect: History According to the Movies, reviewed, 94:206–7

Carnes, William, 92:44

Carney, Court: book reviews by, 105:309–10, 530–31, 108:155–57

Carney, Dick, 90:169–71, 173, 175, 178

Carney, John, 97:157

Carney, Judith A.: Black Rice: The African Origins of Rice Cultivation in the Americas, reviewed, 100:216–17

Carnot, Lazare: military doctrines of, 106:28–29

Caro, Robert A., 105:473; Master of the Senate: The Years of Lyndon Johnson, reviewed, 100:255–57

Caroli, Betty Boyd: First Ladies, reviewed, 86:176–77

Caroline County, Va., 73:106, 107



Carolinian Goes to War: The Civil War Narrative of Arthur Middleton Manigault, edited by R. Lockwood Tower: reviewed, 82:193–94

Carondelet (Union ironclad), 74:1, 3–9, 75, 77–83, 169–71, 175–80, 184–85, 189

Carpenter, Gilbert S., 98:77

Carpenter, Homer, 85:142–43

Carpenter, James A.: and George A. Ellsworth's memoir, 108:15–16

Carpenter, Joel A.: Revive Us Again: The Reawakening of American Fundamentalism, reviewed, 97:224–26

Carpenter, Luther, 85:223

Carpenter, Robert B., 84:126, 144

Carpenter, Robert P., 82:385

Carpenter, Tibbis, 99:294

Carpenters' Hall (Philadelphia, Pa.), 103:502

Carpenter's Station (Lincoln County, Ky.), 75:233–34

Carper, James C.: "William Morgan Beckner: The Horace Mann of Kentucky," 96:29–60



Carpetbagger from Vermont: The Autobiography of Marshall Henry Twitchell, edited by Ted Tunnell: reviewed, 88:97–98

Carpetbagger of Conscience: A Biography of John Emory Bryant, by Ruth Currie-McDaniel: noted, 85:392–93

Carr (Kerr), James, 72:231

Carr, D. R., 93:418

Carr, Eugene A.: Union Fourteenth Division, 105:673

Carr, Herbert, 99:359

Carr, John W., 91:186

Carr, Lucian, 80:423

Carr, Philip J.: and Amy Lambeck Young, and Joseph E. Granger, "How Historical Archaeology Works: A Case Study of Slave Houses at Locust Grove," 96:167–91, 97:337–46

Carr, Willie, 78:202

Carradine, John, 98:372

Carr Creek (Ky.), 78:203

Carr Creek Legacy, by Don Miller: noted, 94:214

Carrell, George A., 74:30, 33, 34

Carrigan, Jo Ann: book review by, 86:393–94

Carrigan's Flat (Fulton County, Ky.), 77:28

Carrington, Edward, 74:273–74

Carrington, Joseph W.: attorneys of, 105:401; confrontation with Elisha W. Green, 105:409–10; and the Green v. Gould case, 105:384, 398, 414

Carroll, Bradley, 73:336

Carroll, Charlann, 73:336

Carroll, Charles, 101:276

Carroll, Ellynn Kriston, 73:336

Carroll, Francis M.: A Good and Wise Measure: The Search for the Canadian-American Boundary, 1783–1842, reviewed, 100:371–72

Carroll, John, 72:411, 97:356, 358, 364, 366, 101:278, 292; and Fr. John Thayer, 101:275–76, 281–82, 282, 285, 287, 290, 293, 294; illus., 101:279; opposition to sale of slaves, 101:291

Carroll, John M.: book reviews by, 80:356–58, 84:231–32, 89:115–16, 104:209–10

Carroll, Julian M., 75:325, 78:97, 83:62, 99:2, 30, 52, 217–19, 241, 102:77, 107:405; address by, 74:152–55; biographical sketch of, 73:335–36; establishment of Kentucky Oral History Commission, 104:391; marker dedication at Gettysburg, Pa., 74:145–47, 156; "Rededication of the Old Capitol," 73:337–39

Carroll, Kenneth, 73:336

Carroll, Louis, 82:360

Carroll, Patrice, 73:336

Carroll, Patrick J.: Felix Longoria's Wake: Bereavement, Racism, and the Rise of Mexican American Activism, reviewed, 101:192–94

Carroll, Susan J.: ed., The Impact of Women in Public Office, reviewed, 100:124–26

Carroll, William, 73:391

Carroll County, Ky., 108:322; comparison with Switzerland County, Ind., 108:342–43; Democratic Party in, 104:518–19; ethnic groups and tobacco farming, 108:332–33; immigration to, 108:343; during Mexican War, 106:25; number of farms in, 108:318; pocket plantations in, 108:330; regionalism of, 108:323–24; rural communities of, 108:321; state capital relocation issue, 104:281; and the "Traveling Church," 108:333; women and tobacco farming in, 108:324, 331–34, 336–37, 341–43, 345–46

Carroll County, Md., 73:177



Carrollton (Ky.) Democrat, 100:10

Carrollton (Ky.) News-Democrat, 108:319–20

Carrollton, Ky., 108:343; tobacco market in, 108:320

Carr's Fork (Ky.): flood-control projects on, 107:329, 333–34

Carry A. Nation: Retelling the Life, by Fran Grace: reviewed, 99:190–92

Carson, Clayborne: et al., eds., Papers of Martin Luther King, Jr., The: vol. 6, Advocate of the Social Gospel, September 1948–March 1963, reviewed, 105:363–66; and others, Papers of Martin Luther King Jr., vol. 2, Rediscovering Precious Values, July 1951–November 1955, reviewed, 93:369–71

Carson, Fiddlin' John, Atlanta Ga., 93:304–5

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

Carson, James Green, 91:162

Carson, James Taylor: book note by, 94:222–23

Carson, Kit, 95:230, 100:499; textbook biography of, 102:517; as a western archetype, 102:516

Carson, Rachel: impact of Silent Spring, 102:155, 157–58, 165

Carstens, Kenneth C., 81:2; book review by, 101:322–24; and Nancy Son Carstens, eds., Life of George Rogers Clark, 1752–1818, The: Triumphs and Tragedies, reviewed, 103:769–70

Cartagena, Colombia, 107:560

Carter, A. P., 93:286

Carter, Clarence Edwin, 72:424

Carter, Dan T.: From George Wallace to Newt Gingrich: Race in the Conservative Counter-revolution, 1963–1994, reviewed, 95:213–14; The Politics of Rage: George Wallace, the Origins of the New Conservatism, and the Transformation of American Politics, reviewed, 94:203–4; When the War Was Over: The Failure of Self-Reconstruction in the South, 1865–1867, reviewed, 84:87–89

Carter, Edward, 72:80

Carter, Ellerbe W., 84:390

Carter, Harvey Lewis: The Life and Times of Little Turtle: First Sagamore of the Wabash, reviewed, 85:365–67

Carter, Henry: Combs administration, 104:577; and Earle Clements's tax problems, 104:578

Carter, Hodding II: Thomas D. Clark letter to, 103:251–52

Carter, James, 86:226, 106:363

Carter, James C.: Reminiscing . . . with James C. Carter Jr., noted, 87:92–93

Carter, James Earl ("Jimmy"), 76:318–19, 99:41, 50, 217, 231, 104:462; and African Americans, 106:534; letter to Thomas D. Clark, illus., 103:248; Thomas D. Clark commentary on, 103:249

Carter, John, 76:320, 94:408

Carter, John J.: book reviews by, 102:447–49, 105:164–66; Covert Operations and the Emergence of the Modern American Presidency, 1920–1960, reviewed, 101:544–46

Carter, Mrs. Chillian, 79:366–67

Carter, Owen, 88:323

Carter, Paul A.: book review by, 82:415–16

Carter, Rosalyn, 93:84

Carter, Ruth C.: ed., For Honor, Glory & Union: The Mexican and Civil War Letters of Brig. Gen. William Haines Lytle, reviewed, 98:318–19

Carter, Samuel: Cherokee Sunset: A Nation Betrayed, reviewed, 75:339–40

Carter, Samuel III: The Last Cavaliers: Confederate and Union Cavalry in the Civil War, reviewed, 79:289–90

Carter, Samuel P., 72:29

Carter, Tim: Oklahoma! The Making of an American Musical, reviewed, 105:752–54

Carter, William, 88:147

Carter, William C.: ed., Conversations with Shelby Foote, reviewed, 88:112–13

Carter County, Ky., 73:330, 99:289; "Moonlight Schools" in, 74:18; soldiers of Twenty-second Kentucky Union Infantry Regiment from, 105:660

Carter Family (musical group), 93:286, 305, 98:390



Carter G. Woodson: A Life in Black History, by Jacqueline Goggin: reviewed, 93:234–35

Cartersville, Ky., 73:331, 333

"Carter Tarrant (1765–1816): Baptist and Emancipationist," by Charles Tarrants, 88:121–47

Carthage, Ill.: Mormons in, 105:231, 233, 245–46

Carthage College (Kenosha, Wis.), 104:644; oral history program, 104:647; oral history workshop, 104:646

Carthagenians: Melungeon ancestry, 102:222



Cartooning for Suffrage, by Alice Sheppard: reviewed, 92:430–31

Cartwright, Joseph H.: book reviews by, 77:225–27, 80:96–98, 84:307–8, 86:388–89; The Triumph of Jim Crow: Tennessee Race Relations in the 1880s, reviewed, 76:167–69

Cartwright, Justinian, 77:204–5

Cartwright, Peter, 82:343, 345, 352, 89:19, 90:71, 106:221

Carty, John, 81:121

Carvel, Elbert N., 99:39

Carver, Clarence L., 85:225

Carver, Field Marshall Lord: Twentieth Century Warriors: The Development of the Armed Forces of the Major Military Nations in the Twentieth Century, noted, 87:97–98

Carver, George Washington, 76:317

Carver Elementary School (Lexington, Ky.), 101:247, 251, 262, 264; illus., 101:259

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

Casablanca, Morocco, 101:310

Casdorph, Paul D., 80:137; book note by, 92:451–52; book reviews by, 84:222, 88:105–6, 91:119–20, 92:212–13; Lee and Jackson: Confederate Chieftains, reviewed, 91:349–50; Let the Good Times Roll: Life at Home in America during World War II, reviewed, 88:481–83

Case, Charles C.: The Yankee Generations: A History of the Case Family in America, noted, 81:114

Case, Jay Riley: book review by, 108:145–46

Casement, John S., 88:149

Casement Museum (Fort Monroe, Va.), 107:208

Case of Japanese Americans during World War II, The: Suppression of Civil Liberty, edited by Minoru Kiyota: reviewed, 102:261–62

Casey, Samuel L., 106:585–86

Casey, William, 75:181

Casey County, Ky.: Trappists in, 97:359

Casey-Leininger, Charles F.: book review by, 108:115–17

Caseyville River Merchant Trade & Sale Records of 1854 and 1855 and The Tradewater Valley Farmers, Planters, and Miners: vol. 1, compiled by George B. Simpson, noted, 87:193; vol. 2, compiled by George B. Simpson, noted, 88:369

Cash, J. M., 82:245

Cash, Leslie, 82:251

Cash, Lit, 81:417, 420

Cash, Sam, 81:420, 82:253

Cash, T. L., 82:245

Cash, W. J., 80:369–70, 84:362, 88:184; Thomas D. Clark commentary on, 103:324–25

Cashin, Joan E., 96:313; address by, 107:143; ed., Our Common Affairs: Texts from Women in the Old South, reviewed, 95:317–18; First Lady of the Confederacy: Varina Davis's Civil War, reviewed, 105:306–8; War Was You and Me, The: Civilians in the American Civil War, reviewed, 101:346–48; "Women in the Promised Land: A Review Essay of Daughters of Canaan: A Saga of Southern Women," 93:79–85

Casper, Leonard: correspondence with Robert Penn Warren, 104:91

Cass, Lewis, 73:37, 81:183, 186, 91:272, 285, 287, 106:368, 107:572–73; eulogy of Henry Clay, 106:544; during the Hungarian revolution, 105:572–73; during the War of 1812, 105:214–15, 217

Cass, Millard: testimony to the National Advisory Commission on Rural Poverty, 107:365

Cassanelo, Robert: and Colin J. Davis, eds., Migration and Transformation of the Southern Workplace since 1945, reviewed, 108:164–65

Casseday, Benjamin, 81:61, 106:63; reaction to Louisville lynching, 102:373–74

Cassell, Frank A.: book note by, 94:107–8; book reviews by, 74:135, 75:62–63, 76:162–64, 80:454–56, 82:392–94, 89:208–10

Cassell, Jacob: Second Kentucky Cavalry Regiment, CSA, 108:21

Cassidy, Howard, 79:331

Cassidy, Rebecca: book review by, 107:269–70; Horse People: Thoroughbred Culture in Lexington & Newmarket, reviewed, 105:683–84

Cassidy, Samuel M.: Michael Cassidy: Frontiersman, reviewed, 79:65–66

Cassity, Michael J.: Legacy of Fear: American Race Relations to 1900; Chains of Fear: American Race Relations Since Reconstruction, noted, 84:104–5

Cassius Marcellus Clay: Firebrand of Freedom, by H. Edward Richardson: reviewed, 75:146–47

"Cassius Marcellus Clay in St. Petersburg," by John Kuhn Bleimaier, 73:263–87

Castagnero, Betty, 86:141

Castagnero, Guiedo, 86:141

Castagnero, Peno, 86:141

Castagneto, Pierangelo: book review by, 101:143–45

Castel, Albert: Decision in the West: The Atlanta Campaign of 1864, reviewed, 91:439–43

Castle Garden (N.Y.), 72:72

Castleman, David, 72:208

Castleman, John B., 80:374–75, 98:46, 96



Castle Spectre, The: performance of, 76:268

Castle's Woods (Russell County, Ky.), 95:122



Castle: The Story of a Kentucky Prison, by Bill Cunningham: noted, 94:105

Castle Werneck (Germany), 100:150; illus., 100:149

Castlewood, Va., 72:228

Casto, James E.: Towboat on the Ohio, reviewed, 93:503–4

Casto, Marilyn: Actors, Audiences, & Historic Theatres of Kentucky, reviewed, 99:81–82

Casto, William R.: The Supreme Court in the Early Republic: The Chief Justiceships of John Jay and Oliver Ellsworth, reviewed, 94:76–77

Castro, Fidel, 72:88, 73:321

Caswell, Walter, 73:309

Catanzariti, John: et al., eds., The Papers of Thomas Jefferson, vol. 24, 1 June to 31 December 1792, reviewed, 92:73–79; et al., vol. 25, 1 January to 10 May 1793, reviewed, 92:73–79

Catawba Indians, 91:307, 310



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

Cate, Wirt A.: review of J. Winston Coleman's Slavery Times in Kentucky, 103:723–25

Cathcart, Wallace H., 75:169

Cathedrals of Kudzu: A Personal Landscape of the South, by Hal Crowther: reviewed, 99:204–6

Catholic Advocate (Louisville, Ky.): and Gene Wheeler, 96:48; . see also Central Catholic Advocate

Catholic Church: . see Roman Catholic Church

Catholic Conference of Kentucky, 99:257

Catholic Historical Review, 96:302

Catholic Review (Baltimore, Md.): on Patrick Henry Callahan, 92:175, 188

Catholics and Jews in Twentieth-Century America, by Egal Feldman: reviewed, 100:396–98

Catholics in the Old South: Essays on Church and Culture, edited by Randall M. Miller and Jon L. Wakelyn: reviewed, 82:186–88

Catholic Total Abstinence Society, 92:182



Catholic Union and Times (Buffalo, N.Y.): on Patrick Henry Callahan, 92:188, 189

Catholic University (Washington, D.C.), 96:301



Catholic Worker, The, 107:302

Cat in the Pillow Case, by Virginia Jewell: noted, 91:242–43

Catledge, Turner: correspondence with Thomas D. Clark, 103:228, 251–53, 396

Catlettsburg, Ky., 72:247, 250, 256, 258–60, 97:359, 404, 99:287, 289

Catlettsburg Central Methodist, 74:311

Catlettsburg Woman's Literary Club, 99:289

Catron, John, 75:197, 201

Catt, Carrie Chapman, 73:387–88, 93:4, 6, 7, 9, 12, 19, 23, 35, 38, 39, 94:257

Cattaraugus County, N.Y., 72:66, 189

Catton, Bruce, 73:318, 320, 81:382, 89:363; book by, 107:220; Gettysburg: The Final Fury, reviewed, 72:404–6; Reflections on the Civil War, reviewed, 80:462–63

Catton, Philip E.: Diem's Final Failure: Prelude to America's War in Vietnam, reviewed, 101:549–51

Catton, William: book by, 107:220

Caudill, Anne: on Robert F. Kennedy, 107:392–93

Caudill, Ben, 77:290

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

Caudill, Fred W., 87:30, 33

Caudill, Harry M., 81:292, 86:137, 91:199, 202, 96:131, 136, 97:105, 111, 195, 103:347; book reviewed by Thomas D. Clark, 103:281–82; book reviews by, 81:98–100, 85:70–71; books on Appalachian Ky., 107:492; Dark Hills to Westward: The Saga of Jenny Wiley, noted, 93:251; A Darkness at Dawn: Appalachian Kentucky and the Future, reviewed, 75:57; "Eastern Kentucky and the History of Our Commonwealth" (Boone Day Address), 77:285–93; letter to Thomas D. Clark, illus., 103:278; The Mountain, the Miner, and the Lord; and Other Tales from a Country Law Office, reviewed, 80:221–22; Night Comes to the Cumberlands, 83:302, 312, 102:155; "Oral Traditions Behind Some Kentucky Mountain Place Names," 78:197–207; on Robert F. Kennedy, 107:392–93, 398; The Senator from Slaughter County, noted, 96:114; Slender is the Thread: Tales from a Country Law Office, reviewed, 86:168–69; testimony at Letcher County, Ky., hearing, 107:389; Theirs Be The Power: The Monguls of Eastern Kentucky, reviewed, 82:287–88; "They Climbed the Highest Mountain: The Success Story in the Eastern Kentucky Exodus," 83:123–39; Thomas D. Clark correspondence with, 103:277–83, 364–65, 394, 427, 450; Thomas D. Clark report on Theirs Be the Power: The Moguls of Eastern Ky., 103:353–56

Caudill, Hubert, 83:135

Caudill, James K., 102:155

Caudill, Lee, 83:134–35

Caudille, Captain —, 85:340, 353

Cause at Heart: A Former Communist Remembers, by Junius Irving Scales and Richard Nickson: reviewed, 85:389–90

Causes Won, Lost & Forgotten: How Hollywood and Popular Art Shape What We Know about the Civil War, by Gary W. Gallagher: reviewed, 106:115–16

Caution and Cooperation: The American Civil War in British-American Relations, by Phillip E. Myers: reviewed, 106:269–70

Cautious Rebel: A Biography of Susan Clay Sawitzky, by Lindsey Apple: reviewed, 96:196–98

Cavalier and Yankee: The Old South and American National Character, by William R. Taylor: noted, 92:121

Cave, Alfred A.: book review by, 99:167–68

Cave, Stan: and Ernie Fletcher, 102:7–8

Cave, The, by Robert Penn Warren: noted, 104:813

Cave, William, 79:242

Cave City, Ky., 72:36, 378, 73:302, 388, 96:322, 97:260–64; telegraphic communication during Civil War, 108:64

Cave Hill Cemetery (Louisville, Ky.), 93:285, 302, 102:372, 107:33–34; Keats family monument, 106:67; Keats family monument, illus., 106:66; Matthew Kennedy grave in, 103:495



Cave Hill Cemetery: A Pictorial Guide and Its History, by Samuel W. Thomas: book review by, 84:311–12

Cavender, Anthony: Folk Medicine in Southern Appalachia, reviewed, 102:229–30

Cave Run Reservoir (Ky.): opposition to, 107:334

Cawthorn, C. P.: and N. W. Warnell, Pioneer Baptist Church Records of South-Central Kentucky and the Upper Cumberland of Tennessee, 1799–1899, noted, 84:235

Caylor, Bill, 107:338

Cayton, Andrew R. L.: book reviews by, 83:361–62, 85:176–77, 99:174–76; "'Daniel Boone Was a Man': A Review Essay of Daniel Boone: The Life and Legend of an American Pioneer," 91:324–29; Dominion of War, The: Empire and Liberty in North America, 1500–2000, 104:121–25; Frontier Indiana, reviewed, 95:95–96; The Frontier Republic: Ideology and Politics in the Ohio Country, 1780–1825, reviewed, 85:364–65; and Jeffrey P. Brown, eds., The Pursuit of Public Power: Political Culture in Ohio, 1787–1861, noted, 93:508; Ohio: A History of a People, reviewed, 100:358–60; portrayal of Daniel Boone, 102:558; United States historiography, current state of, 104:100–101

"CCC Camp 510: Black Participation in the Creation of Mammoth Cave National Park," by Jeanne Cannella Schmitzer, 93:446–64

Cecil, Frank, 98:86–87

Cecil, Jerry: book note by, 94:349–50

Cecil-Fronsman, Bill: Common Whites: Class and Culture in Antebellum North Carolina, reviewed, 91:217–18

"Celebrating the Ordinary: Why Common Folk Should Write Memoir," by Linda Scott DeRosier, 98:139–53

Celebrating the Republic: Presidential Ceremony and Popular Sovereignty from Washington to Monroe, by Sandra Moats: reviewed, 107:589–91

Celestial City: A History of the Cathedral Basilica of the Assumption, by Robert T. Krebs: noted, 90:426

Celestine, Father—, 86:130



Celia, A Slave: A True Story of Violence and Retribution in Antebellum Missouri, by Melton A. McLaurin: reviewed, 91:88–89

Celler, Emanuel, 92:184



Celluloid South: Hollywood and the Southern Myth, by Edward D. C. Campbell Jr.: reviewed, 81:108–9

Celluloid Wars: A Guide to Film and the American Experience of War, by Frank J. Wetta and Stephen J. Curley: reviewed, 92:227–30

Cemeteries in Shelby County, Kentucky: noted, 78:195

Censer, Jane Turner, 94:118; book reviews by, 80:468–69, 86:392–93, 89:421–22; North Carolina Planters and Their Children, 1800–1860, reviewed, 83:150–51



Centennial Crisis: The Disputed Election of 1876, by William H. Rehnquist: reviewed, 102:118–19

Centennial History of the Indiana General Assembly, 1816–1978, by Justin E. Walsh: noted, 86:312–13

Center, Ky., 98:389

Center for American Women and Politics, 99:213, 250

Center of Excellence for the Study of Kentucky African Americans (CESKAA), 99:5, 122

Center of Military History (Washington, D.C.), 102:341

Center Street (Louisville, Ky.), 98:175

Centerville, Ala., 74:292

Central Alabama Railroad, 97:248

Central Alternative School (Lexington, Ky.): integration of, 101:267

Central American Crisis: Sources of Conflict and the Failure of U.S. Policy, edited by Kenneth M. Coleman and George C. Herring: noted, 85:101

Central Catholic Advocate (Louisville, Ky.), 96:48

Central Christian Church (Lexington, Ky.), 74:116

Central High School (Louisville, Ky.), 78:40, 89:347, 93:162, 105:7; and school segregation, 105:17–18

Centralized Traffic Control (Metropolis, Ill.), 98:291, 295

Central Kentucky Traction Company (Frankfort, Ky.), 87:133, 95:403, 405

Central Methodist, 74:117, 122; on E. O. Guerrant, 91:170

Central Park New York, N.Y.), 72:76

Central Station (Louisville, Ky.): illus., 105:422

"Central Themes in Shaker Thought," by Richard G. Ferguson Jr., 74:216–29

Central University (Richmond, Ky.), 72:346, 91:156, 159, 161–64, 173; open to women, 93:2

Central Watchman, The (Cincinnati, Ohio), 73:233, 234

Centre College (Danville, Ky.), 72:11, 73:218, 75:112, 85:201, 92:347, 399, 93:138, 146, 148–49, 157, 316, 96:32, 97:2, 9, 163, 165, 166, 167, 405, 413, 418, 99:107, 104:590

Centre College (Danville, Ky,), 106:402

Centre College (Danville, Ky.): and slavery, 108:217–18

Centre College (Danville, Ky,): speech of Joseph Holt at, 106:397–98

Centre-Harvard football game (1921), 97:413

Centre Point, Ky., 108:66–67

Centreville, Ky., 78:120–21

Centreville, Miss., 101:82–83

Century, The, 72:135–36

Century and a Half on Main Street: Trinity Episcopal Church, 1829–1979, by Frank H. Heck: reviewed, 78:366–68

Century magazine, 73:318

Century of Banking History in the Bluegrass: The Second National Bank and Trust Company of Lexington, Kentucky, by Thomas D. Clark: reviewed, 82:179–81

Century of Banking: The Story of Farmers State Bank and Banking in Owsley County, 1890–1990, by James C. Klotter and Henry C. Mayer: reviewed, 88:461–62



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