Register Index: Volume 109 (2011)
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Register Index:
Volume 109 (2011)

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A & P Store (Covington, Ky.): desegregation of, 382

Abraham Lincoln, Esq.: The Legal Career of America's Greatest President, edited by Roger Billings and Frank J. Williams: reviewed, 221-23

Abyssinian Baptist Church (New York, N.Y.), 321

Acacia, John: Clark Clifford: The Wise Man of Washington, reviewed, 269-71

Adair County, Ky.: free African Americans in, 299

Adams, Henry: on effect of Civil War, 72-73

Adams, Joyce: and high school girls' basketball, 169-70, 174, 185-86

Adams, Luther, 370-71, 373, 397

Adams, Rev. Henry: Louisville, Ky., 310

Afghanistan: war in, 66

African American Experience during World War II, The, by Neil A. Wynn: reviewed, 130-32

African Americans: civil rights protests in Ky., 351-93; and Civil War, 67-68; free African Americans in antebellum Louisville, Ky., 295-326; historiography of, 283-94; and Kentucky high school basketball, 433-65; in Ky., 283-465; in Louisville, Ky., 292-93; in Louisville, Ky., civil rights protests in, 370-76; in Louisville, Ky., demographics of, 298, 303-4; in Louisville, Ky., economic opportunities for, 304-7; in Louisville, Ky, interracial and intraracial relations of., 315-21; public accommodations in Louisville, Ky., 395-431; special issue of the Register of the Kentucky Historical Society, 283-465

African Methodist Episcopal (AME) Church: West Kentucky Conference, 349

African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church (Louisville, Ky.), 371

After the Dream: Black and White Southerners since 1965, by Timothy J. Minchin and John A. Salmond : reviewed, 504-6

Akins, C. B., 443-45; and Brenda Hughes, 449-53, 465

Alabama: civil rights protests in, 352, 358, 408; NAACP in, 362; Robert Charles O'Hara Benjamin in, 285

Albert, Charles L. Charoin: and the Magniadas Lincoln medal, 196

Alexander, David: and public school reform, 37

Alexander, Kern: and public school reform, 34, 41, 45, 54, 56

Allen County High School (Allen County, Ky.): Kentucky Girls' High School State Basketball Tournament, 457

Allied Organizations for Civil Rights in Kentucky, 389

Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity (Louisville, Ky.): and civil rights protests in Louisville, Ky., 371; tensions with C. Ewbank Tucker, 373

Amazons: as a name for girls' basketball teams, 153, 158, 160, 164

"A Medal for Mrs. Lincoln," by Jason Emerson, 187-205

American Freedmen's Inquiry Commission: and Washington Spradling, 309

Americanization in the States: Immigrant Social Welfare Policy, Citizenship, and National Identity in the United States, 1908-1929, by Christina A. Ziegler-McPherson: reviewed, 497-98

American Property: A History of How, Why, and What We Own, by Stuart Banner: reviewed, 273-75 [End Page 511]

American Revolution: Shakers during, 6; and slavery, 295

Anderson, Charles W., 422; and public accommodations in Louisville, Ky., 401; and school desegregation, 337, 343, 345

Anderson-Mayer Act (1936), 333-34, 343

"'And shall thy flowers cease to bloom?': The Shakers' Struggle to Preserve Pleasant Hill, 1862-1910," by David Marsich, 3-26

Anetso, the Cherokee Ball Game: At the Center of Ceremony and Identity, by Michael J. Zogry: reviewed, 145-47

Annual (Barret Manual Training High School): coverage of girls' basketball, 168

Ansley, Fran, and Jon Shefner, eds.: Global Connections and Local Receptions: New Latino Immigration to the Southeastern United States, reviewed, 143-45

Antigua: and Robert Charles O'Hara Benjamin, 285

Appalachian Mountains, 7

Appomattox, Va., 70

Arkansas: civil rights protests in, 352; NAACP in, 362; public school education in, 49; Robert Charles O'Hara Benjamin in, 285

Armstrong, Louis: in Lexington, Ky., 369

Asbury Chapel (Louisville, Ky.), 312-14

Ashland, Ky., 435

Aspendale Drive (Lexington, Ky.), 435

Associated Negro Press: and Alice Dunnigan, 289

Assumption High School (Louisville, Ky.): Kentucky Girls' High School State Basketball Tournament, 457

Atalantas: as a name for girls' basketball teams, 153, 158, 160

At the Precipice: Americans North and South during the Secession Crisis, by Shearer Davis Bowman: reviewed, 486-88

Atwood, Rufus, 283; and Charles Eubanks, 336; and civil rights protests in Frankfort, Ky., 376-78; and school desegregation, 332-33, 342, 345

Aubespin, Mervin: and public accommodations in Louisville, Ky., 404; support for William O. Cowger, 426; voter registration drive in Louisville, Ky., 407

Augusta, Ky.: free African Americans in, 299; and public school reform, 56

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Babbage, Bob: and public school reform...