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



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Farrier, Jasmine: book review by, 107:589–91

Farrington, O. M., 84:163

Farris, Ed, 104:576, 578

Farrow, Kenaz, 93:394

Farwell, Byron: Stonewall: A Biography of General Thomas J. Jackson, reviewed, 92:423–24

Fascina, Gaetano, 105:427, 436; illus., 105:434–35

Fascinating Story of Black Kentuckians: Their Heritage and Traditions, by Alice Allison Dunnigan: reviewed, 81:305–7

Fass, Paula S.: The Damned and the Beautiful: American Youth in the 1920's, noted, 79:98

Fassett, John D.: New Deal Justice: The Life of Stanley Reed of Kentucky, reviewed, 93:212–13

Fatal Glory: Narciso Lopez and the First Clandestine U.S. War against Cuba, by Tom Chaffin: reviewed, 95:100–102

Fatal Years: Child Mortality in Late Nineteenth-Century America, by Samuel H. Preston and Michael R. Haines: reviewed, 90:408–9

Fateful Alliance: France, Russia, and the Coming of the First World War, by George F. Kennan: reviewed, 83:371–73

Fate of Liberty, The: Abraham Lincoln and Civil Liberties, by Mark E. Neely Jr.: review essay, 106:435–36

Fate of the Corps, The: What Became of the Lewis and Clark Explorers After the Expedition, by Larry E. Morris: noted, 104:803–4

Fate of the Maine, by John Edward Weems: noted, 90:319–20

"Father John Thayer: Catholic Antislavery Voice in the Kentucky Wilderness," by C. Walker Gollar, 101:275–96



Fatherland, The (newspaper), 98:194

Faubus, Orval, 99:38

Faught, Forrest, 98:401

Faulkner, Carol: book review by, 105:715–17

Faulkner, Charles J., 73:38, 39, 42, 48; eulogy of Henry Clay, 106:545, 548, 556

Faulkner, Edward H.: Plowman's Folly, 83:125

Faulkner, William, 72:283, 75:274, 279, 80:4, 8, 11, 14, 18, 24, 27, 31, 34, 39–40, 42, 58; Thomas D. Clark commentary on, 103:284–87

Faulkner and the Discourses of Culture, by Charles Hannon: reviewed, 103:610–11

Faust, Drew Gilpin, 90:80–81; The Creation of Confederate Nationalism: Ideology and Identity in the Civil War South, reviewed, 87:449–50; Mothers of Invention: Women of the Slaveholding South in the American Civil War, reviewed, 94:317–18; Southern Stories: Slaveholders in Peace and War, noted, 93:128; This Republic of Suffering: Death and the American Civil War, reviewed, 106:263–65

Faust, Patricia L.: ed., Historial Times Illustrated Encyclopedia of the Civil War, reviewed, 85:270–71

Fauth, Mrs. Cletus, 87:29

Faux, William, 90:37

Faxon, Len G., 75:21–22, 25

Fayette Anti-tuberculosis Association (Fayette County, Ky.), 93:31

Fayette County, Ky., 72:125, 128, 207, 210, 366, 73:228–30, 375–76, 74:244, 90:132, 332–33, 95:132, 104:251, 108:368; agriculture in, 108:353; agriculture stabilization and conservation office of, 73:335; Coleman family in, 103:700; Daniel Boone's surveys in, 102:538–39, 542, 544, 549, 553, 555; and the Great Depression, 90:250–83; horse breeding in, 100:476–77, 494; land office of, 102:540–41; politics in, 104:510, 512, 518; population, 101:238–41; Republican Party in, 102:6; school desegregation in, 101:243–74, 259–60, 262–66, 105:3–5, 7; secession movement in, 107:527; selection of capital commissioners, 104:249; slavery in, 101:94; slave trade in, 106:360; state capital relocation issue, 104:277; third courthouse, illus., 106:200; Whig Party in, 106:9; whipping issue in, 100:10, 14–15, 331; . see also Lexington, Ky.

Fayette County, Ohio, 91:21

Fayette County Equal Rights Association, 72:350

"Fayette County School Integration Controversy, 1971–72, The: Removing the Vestiges of Segregation," by David L. Wolfford, 101:243–74

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

Fayetteville, N.C., 75:136

FDR & Stalin: A Not So Grand Alliance, 1943–1945, by Amos Perlmutter: reviewed, 92:339–41

FDR and the Spanish Civil War: Neutrality and Commitment in the Struggle That Divided America, by Dominic Tierney: reviewed, 105:542–43

F. D. R.: An Intimate History, by Nathan Miller: reviewed, 81:456–58

FDR's Fireside Chats, edited by Russell D. Buhite and David W. Levy: reviewed, 91:105–6

FDR: The New Deal Years, 1933–1937, by Kenneth S. Davis: reviewed, 85:275–76

FDR: The New York Years, 1928–1933, by Kenneth S. Davis: reviewed, 85:95–96

FDR Years: On Roosevelt and His Legacy, by William E. Leuchtenburg: reviewed, 94:331–32

Feast or Famine: Food and Drink in American Westward Expansion, by Reginald Horsman: reviewed, 106:243–45

Featherston, W. S., 72:94, 80:379

Fechner, Robert, 93:448–49

Federal (Paducah, Ky.) Union, 75:27

Federal Bureau of Investigation, 98:362, 102:86; and the Braden case, 104:224; Edward F. Prichard ballot-stuffing case, 104:536; and immigration policy, 104:483–84

Federal Communications Commission, 104:485

Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, 72:290

Federal Emergency Relief Administration (FERA), 90:274–76, 280; aid to Ky., 78:55–57

Federal Highway Act (1921), 84:23

Federal Hill (Nelson County, Ky.), 78:6, 26, 90:52, 55

Federal Housing Administration (FHA), 90:281–82, 107:68–69, 71, 75

Federalist Party, 72:281, 408, 430, 73:341, 82:119–21, 133–34, 90:323, 100:348, 107:486; in Ky., 101:289

Federal Loan Agency: and Fred Vinson, 104:499–501

Federal Power Commission, 81:28, 30–33, 35–38, 41–43, 45–46, 53

Federal Principle in American Politics, 1790–1833, by Andrew C. Lenner: reviewed, 99:309–10

Federal Reserve Act (1913), 72:198

Federal Reserve Board, 72:290

Federal-style architecture: and Benjamin Henry Latrobe, 103:502; and Matthew Kennedy, 103:501, 508, 510–11

Federal Trade Commission Act (1914), 72:198

Federal Vocational Education Board, 93:324

Federated Press: support for the Bradens, 104:227

Federation of Women's Clubs, 73:388

Fedric, Francis, 103:707

Fee, Burritt Hamilton, 85:30, 31; attitude to marriage, 105:653–54; at Berea College, 105:631–32; at Camp Nelson, Ky., 105:628–29; correspondence with, 105:647–48, 651, 653–54; death of, 105:617, 654; illus., 105:623, 655; life and death of, 105:617–56; relationship with John G. Fee, 105:618, 622, 647–48; in Texas, 105:635–52

Fee, Edwin ("Eddie") Summer, 105:621, 644; endows Berea College, 105:646; illus., 105:646

Fee, Elizabeth ("Bessie"), 105:621, 644; illus., 105:643

Fee, Howard Samuel, 105:621, 624–25; at Ariel Academy, 105:630–32, 634; at Berea College, 105:632; correspondence with Burritt Hamilton Fee, 105:651, 653–54; illus., 105:631

Fee, John G., 72:112, 121, 128, 73:219, 223, 75:107, 77:75, 83:238, 240, 243, 257, 84:347, 87:6, 16, 18, 89:63, 90:184, 91:407, 409–10, 419, 98:1, 5, 9–11, 17, 22, 101:101, 105:630; and African Americans at Camp Nelson, Ky., 85:29–45; and Berea College, 105:617; biographical sketch of, 105:618–21; correspondence with Matilda Fee, 105:636, 639–40, 644, 651; family of, 105:621–22; home of, illus., 105:653; illus., 105:619, 638; impact of Burritt Hamilton Fee's death on, 105:654–56; and the life and death of Burritt Hamilton Fee, 105:617–56; marriage of, 105:620; new scholarship on, 95:79–85; personality changes of, 105:642–44; prejudice against Mexicans, 105:645–47; relationship with Burritt Hamilton Fee, 105:618, 647–48; relationship with Cassius M. Clay, 105:620–21; sermon at Plymouth Church (Brooklyn, N.Y.), 105:622–23; views on slave colonization, 105:53–54

Fee, John G. Sr., 105:620

Fee, Libbie, 105:653

Fee, Matilda, 98:5

Fee, Matilda Hamilton, 105:629; during Civil War, 105:622–26; correspondence with John G. Fee, 105:636, 639–40, 644, 651; illus., 105:643; marriage of, 105:620

Fee, Tappan: death of, 105:621, 624

Fehr, Frank: land development by, 107:54, 58

Fehrenbacher, Don E., 73:32; Abraham Lincoln's eulogy of Henry Clay, 106:538; Constitutions and Constitutionalism in the Slave-holding South, reviewed, 88:475–76; and Virginia Fehrenbacher, comps. and eds., Recollected Words of Abraham Lincoln, reviewed, 94:426–27

Fehr Realty Company (Louisville, Ky.): land development by, 107:54, 58

Feig, Konnilynn, 95:138

Feight, Andrew: book review by, 94:73–74; "James Blythe and the Slavery Controversy in the Presbyterian Churches of Kentucky, 1791–1802," 102:13–38

Feimster, Crystal N.: Southern Horrors: Women and the Politics of Rape and Lynching, reviewed, 108:437–38

Feinberg, Richard: and Martin Ottenheimer, The Cultural Analysis of Kinship: The Legacy of David M. Schneider, reviewed, 99:434–35

Feinberg, Saul, 84:54, 60

Feinstein, Dianne, 99:214

Feldberg, Georgina: book review by, 105:733–34

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

Feldman, Glenn: ed., Reading Southern History: Essays on Interpreters and Interpretations, reviewed, 99:403–5

Feldstein, Stanley: The Land That I Will Show You: Three Centuries of Jewish Life in America, reviewed, 77:151–53

Felix, W. H., 79:221

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

Felix Moses, the Beloved Jew of Stringtown on the Pike, by John Uri Lloyd, 91:42–44

Felix S. Cohen, On the Drafting of Tribal Constitutions, edited by David E. Wilkins: reviewed, 105:538–40

Fell, Jesse W.: and Abraham Lincoln autobiography, 106:480

Feller, Robert W. A. ("Bob"), 82:369, 99:107

Fellman, Michael: book by, 103:524–25; Inside War: The Guerrilla Conflict in Missouri During the American Civil War, reviewed, 88:213–14

Fellmer, E. A., 75:222, 225

Fellowship of Reconciliation, 84:285–86, 288, 91:190

Felsch, Frederick, 95:154, 159

Felsenthal, Carol: Alice Roosevelt Longworth, reviewed, 86:401–2

Felt, Thomas E.: Researching, Writing, and Publishing Local History, reviewed, 76:62–64

Feltman, Henry, 98:185, 187, 191–96, 199, 201–3

Felton, Mat, 98:185

Felton, Rebecca Latimer, 93:84

Female High School (Louisville, Ky.), 89:347

Femme Osage, Missouri: Daniel Boone in, 102:490

Fendt, Valentine, 82:140

Fenn, Harry, 73:319

Fennell, Charles, 98:188

Fenton, John, 80:80

Fenton, William N., 72:284

Fenwick, Stephen, 89:243

Ferguson, A. G., 97:288–89

Ferguson, Champ, 86:371; and George A. Ellsworth, 108:55

Ferguson, George, 85:331

Ferguson, James E., 99:214

Ferguson, Joe, 104:462

Ferguson, John B., 89:388

Ferguson, Jo M.: book reviews by, 83:270–72, 84:314–15, 86:168–69, 89:322–23, 92:433–35, 95:305–7; "The First 'West Kentucky College'," 97:287–304

Ferguson, May, 97:301

Ferguson, Miriam A. ("Ma"), 99:214

Ferguson, Naill: Pity of War: Explaining World War I, 99:132

Ferguson, Patrick, 72:279

Ferguson, Richard, 72:162

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

Ferguson, Samuel Wragg, 75:138

Ferguson, Walker G.: execution of, 108:75

Ferguson family, 90:370

Fermaglich, Kirsten: American Dreams and Nazi Nightmares: Early Holocaust Consciousness and Liberal America, 1957–1965, 104:189–90

Ferman, Aaron, 83:4

Fernandina, Fla., 74:301

Fern Creek (Ky.), 73:186

Ferrand, Max, 96:291

Ferraro, Geraldine, 99:214

Ferrell, Robert H.: Choosing Truman: The Democratic Convention of 1944, reviewed, 92:341–42; The Dying President: Franklin D. Roosevelt, 1944–1945, reviewed, 96:209–11; ed., Monterrey is Ours: The Mexican War Letters of Lieutenant Dana, 1845–47, reviewed, 89:212–13; ed., Off the Record: The Private Papers of Harry S. Truman, reviewed, 80:356–58; The Eisenhower Diaries, reviewed, 81:109–10; Harry S. Truman: A Life, reviewed, 93:244–45; Ill-Advised: Presidential Health and Public Trust, reviewed, 91:360–61; The Strange Deaths of President Harding, 95:108–9; Woodrow Wilson and World War I, 1917–1921, reviewed, 84:332–33

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

Ferrill, London, 72:308, 106:228

Ferris, Marcie Cohen: and Mark I. Greenberg, eds., Jewish Roots in Southern Soil: A New History, reviewed, 105:352–55

Ferris, Norman B., 76:333

Ferris, Robert G.: ed., Signers of the Declaration: Historic Places Commemorating the Signing of the Declaration of Independence, reviewed, 72:403–4; ed., The Presidents, reviewed, 76:64–65, 77:153–55; Signers of the Constitution: Historic Places Commemorating the Signing of the Constitution, reviewed, 76:68–69

Ferris, William: Blues from the Delta, noted, 78:195; and Charles Reagan Wilson, eds., Encyclopedia of Southern Culture, reviewed, 89:403–5; Thomas D. Clark letter to, 103:318–19

Festivals of Freedom: Memory and Meaning in African American Emancipation Celebrations, 1808–1915, by Mitch Kachun: reviewed, 102:106–7

Fetterman, John, 78:200



Feud and the Turkey: A Romance of the Kentucky Mountains (film), 96:124

Feud: Hatfields, McCoys, and Social Change in Appalachia, 1860–1900, by Altina L. Waller: reviewed, 87:58–59

"Feuding and Modernization in Appalachia: The Hatfields and McCoys," by Altina L. Waller, 87:385–404

feuds: Hatfield and McCoy, 87:385–404, 98:55, 94, 378–79; reporting on in Harlan County, Ky., 107:475–78

Feudtner, Chris: Bittersweet: Diabetes, Insulin, and the Transformation of Illness, reviewed, 101:377–78



Fevered Lives: Tuberculosis in American Culture since 1870, by Katherine Ott: noted, 95:119

Few Good Women, A: America's Military Women from World I to the Wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, by Evelyn M. Monahan and Rosemary Neidel-Greenlee: reviewed, 108:301–3

Fewston, Gabriel, 98:17–19

"'Fickel Godess Evades Me': The Gold Rush Letters of a Kentucky Gentleman," by Jane Apostol, 79:99–121

Fickle, James E.: book review by, 76:251–53

Ficklin, John, 88:146

Ficklin, Joseph: siege of Bryan's Station, 107:22–23

Fidler, James M., 72:119

Fidler, William H., 72:24

Fiedler, David: Enemy Among Us, The: POWs in Missouri During World War II, reviewed, 102:138–39

Field, B., 77:194

Field, Charles W.: bail hearing in Louisville lynching case, 102:378–79

Field, James G., 78:231

Field, John, 83:215

Field, Patty: Clark County, Ky., 104:525

Field, Phyllis F.: book review by, 89:97–98

Field Armies and Fortifications in the Civil War: The Eastern Campaigns of 1861–1864, by Earl J. Hess: reviewed, 105:497–99

Fielding, Dennis L.: and Glen Taul, "Politics and Corruption in Antebellum Kentucky: The Thomas S. Page Affair, 1852–1860," 89:239–65; Inventory of the Records of the Works Projects Administration, noted, 79:202

Fields, Barbara Jeanne: essay by, 85:287

Fields, Carl R.: book review by, 78:159–62

Fields, Jimbo: lynching of, illus., 102:400

Fields, Joseph E.: compiler, "Worthy Partner": The Papers of Martha Washington, reviewed, 93:476–77

Fields, Rose C., 86:119, 121

Fields, William, 72:232

Fields, William J., 74:22, 81:27, 30, 84:20–22, 36, 388, 392, 99:297

Field to Fabric: The Story of American Cotton Growers, by Jack Lichtenstein: noted, 89:334

Fifteenth Amendment (1870), 72:123–28, 130, 357, 359–60, 74:235, 250, 81:374, 91:416, 93:1, 11, 13, 23, 29, 36, 98:165, 167, 169, 99:273, 101:108, 107:547; and Henry Watterson, 105:393; ratification of, 105:389

Fifteenth Kentucky Infantry, 75:287

Fifth Congressional District (Ky.): election of 1995, 102:76



Fifth Freedom, The: Jobs, Politics, and Civil Rights in the United States, 1941-1972, by Anthony S. Chen: reviewed, 107:134–35

Fifth Kentucky Battery, 96:5, 14

Fifth Kentucky Infantry, 72:300

Fifth Street (Cincinnati, Ohio), 106:471

Fifth Texas Infantry Regiment, CSA, 108:19

Fifties, The, by David Halberstam: reviewed, 92:113–16

Fifties, The: The Way We Really Were, by Douglas Miller and Marion Nowak: reviewed, 76:172–73

50th Tennessee, 74:73, 78, 79, 82, 187–88



Fifty Southern Writers After 1900: A Bio-Bibliographical Sourcebook, edited by Joseph M. Flora and Robert Bain: reviewed, 86:89–91

Fifty Southern Writers Before 1900: A Bio-Bibliographical Sourcebook, edited by Robert Bain and Joseph M. Flora: reviewed, 86:391–92

Fifty Years of Segregation: Black Higher Education in Kentucky, 1904–1954, by John A. Hardin: reviewed, 96:390–91

Fight: and J. M. Matthews, 84:288

Fighter Pilot: The First American Ace of World War II, by William R. Dunn: reviewed, 81:307–10

Fighting for the Confederacy: The Personal Recollections of General Edward Porter Alexander, edited by Gary W. Gallagher: reviewed, 88:348–49

Fighting Kentuckian, The (film), 98:376–78

Filiatreau, Sammy, 90:147

filibustering: and invasion of Cuba, 105:571–615; and Neutrality Act of 1818, 105:571, 585, 613

Filipiak, Jeff: book review by, 107:423–25

Filipino insurgents: illus., 104:56

Filley, Chauncey I.: Vicksburg campaign victory celebration, 103:656

Fillmore, ——, 85:27, 28

Fillmore, Millard, 73:368, 370, 82:231, 88:268, 89:54, 100:453; election of 1856, 106:413; and the Hungarian revolution, 107:574

film: comedies, 98:405, 408, 421–25; depiction of African Americans, 98:369–70; depiction of Ky., 96:119–36, 98:367–83; dramas, 98:405, 408, 417; gangster films, 98:343–44, 405, 408, 425–27; Production Code, 98:406, 408; stars in, 98:405, 416–17, 498; women in, 98:405–28; . see also film by title

Filson, John, 74:315, 318, 75:175, 80:261–62, 81:123, 90:5–6, 49–51, 91:308, 325, 92:248, 94:5, 17, 95:130, 221, 100:498–500, 102:532; "Autobiography of Daniel Boone," 72:414; autobiography of Daniel Boone, 102:495–99, 514–16, 535; biographical sketch, 102:514–16; The Discovery, Settlement and Present State of Kentucke, 72:397, 73:288, 76:86, 88–97, 82:324–26, 331, 88:374–78, 102:461, 497; and the frontier, 103:128–30; illus., 102:498, 515

Filson Club (Louisville, Ky.), 90:50; . see Filson Historical Society

Filson Club History Quarterly, 73:208, 90:45; on The Civil War and Readjustment in Kentucky, 86:59; treatment of George Keats, 106:43; . see also Filson History Quarterly

Filson Historical Society (Louisville, Ky.): and George Chescheir, 105:459



Filson History Quarterly, 100:425

Financial Fraud and Guerrilla Violence in Missouri's Civil War, 1861-1865, by Mark W. Geiger: reviewed, 108:276–78

Fincastle County, Va., 72:225, 241, 279, 74:156, 231, 78:299–300, 303; formation of, 107:38–39

Finch, Charles, 90:170, 173

Finch, Glenn, 80:80

Finch, J. A., 98:202

Finch College (New York, N.Y.), 72:183

Fincher, E. F., 78:358

"Finding Jefferson Davis on the Commemorative Landscape: A Roundtable Discussion," edited by James Russell Harris, 107:237–62



Finding Sara: A Daughter's Journey, by Margaret Edds: noted, 107:632–33

Findlay, Mrs. James, 86:348–50

Findley, John, 107:3

Findley, Paul: A. Lincoln: The Crucible of Congress, reviewed, 78:372–73

Fine, Benjamin: Thomas D. Clark letter to, 103:306–8

Fine, Sidney, 74:68

Finger, John R.: book review by, 84:323–24; "Witness to Expansion: Bishop Francis Asbury on the Trans-Appalachian Frontier," 82:334–57

Fink, Albert, 97:250, 283

Fink, Gary M.: book reviews by, 83:160–61, 84:226–28, 86:172–73, 89:420–21; The Fulton Bag and Cotton Mills Strike of 1914–1915, noted, 92:345–46

Fink, Leon: Workingmen's Democracy: The Knights of Labor and American Politics, reviewed, 82:195–97

Finkelman, Paul: ed., His Soul Goes Marching On: Responses to John Brown and the Harpers Ferry Raid, reviewed, 93:352–55; and Peggy A. Russo, eds., Terrible Swift Sword: The Legacy of John Brown, reviewed, 104:320–22

Finley, Charles, 81:39

Finley, John, 82:329; at Eskippakithiki, 76:153

Finley, Moses: interpretation of slavery, 103:736

Finley, Robert W., 73:137, 85:310, 91:4–7, 20–22; antislavery stance, 102:30

Finley, Samuel, 106:170

Finly, George, 83:15

Finnell, John W., 72:366, 76:201, 89:252; during Civil War, 108:31–32

Finney, Elizabeth I., 93:166

Finney, Joseph, 107:351–52

Finnie, Gordon E., 75:93, 110, 88:140

Fire Down Below (film), 96:134, 98:380–82

Fire-eaters: and secession crisis, 101:416–19



Fire-Eaters, by Eric H. Walther: reviewed, 91:343–45

firefighting: early techniques, 76:262–64



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

Fire of Genius: Inventors of the Past Century, by Ernest V. Heyn: reviewed, 75:340–41

Fire Spreads, The: Holiness and Pentecostalism in the American South, by Randall J. Stephens: reviewed, 106:122–23

1st Tennessee Heavy Artillery Battalion, 74:77



First Acts: A Memoir, by B. L. Reid, 101:480; reviewed, 87:163–64

First African Baptist Church (Lexington, Ky.), 106:228

First African Church (Maysville, Ky.): and Elisha W. Green, 105:390

First Amendment, 98:188, 197



First American, The: The Life and Times of Benjamin Franklin, by H. W. Brands, 105:250

First Among Equals: Outstanding Senate Leaders of the Twentieth Century, edited by Richard A. Baker and Roger H. Davidson: reviewed, 90:423–24

First Bank of America, 97:386

First Bank of the United States, 72:15

First Baptist Church (Bowling Green, Ky.), 74:211, 92:60, 71; slaves admitted to, 74:193

First Baptist Church (Danville, Ky.), 74:113, 87:432, 435–36

First Baptist Church (Mayfield, Ky.), 97:309–11

First Baptist Church (Murfreesboro, Tenn.), 74:212–13

First Baptist Church (Nashville, Tenn.), 74:206

First Baptist Church (Paducah, Ky.), 97:307, 312, 315, 317

First Cats: Amazing Origins of the UK Sports Tradition, by Tom Stephens: noted, 103:844

First Christian Church (Frankfort, Ky.), 74:116

First Christian Church (Louisville, Ky.), 74:113, 94:253

First-Class Temperament: The Emergence of Franklin Roosevelt, by Geoffrey C. Ward: reviewed, 88:360–61

First Cold Warrior, The: Harry Truman, Containment, and the Remaking of Liberal Internationalism, by Elizabeth Edwards Spalding: reviewed, 104:764–66

First Cold War: The Legacy of Woodrow Wilson in U.S.–Soviet Relations, by Donald E. Davis and Eugene P. Trani: reviewed, 100:543–44

First Confiscation Act (1861), 106:577, 579, 586

First Congressional District (Ky.), 107:520–21

First Day at Gettysburg: Essays on Confederate and Union Leadership, edited by Gary W. Gallagher: reviewed, 91:96–97

First Description of Cincinnati and Other Ohio Settlements: The Travel Report of Johann Heckewelder, edited by Don Tolzmann: noted, 87:195



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