Table of contents for Encyclopedia of African American history : from the colonial period to the age of Frederick Douglass (1619-1895) / Paul Finkelman, editor in chief.

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CONTENTS
Introduction
ENCYCLOPEDIA OF AFRICAN AMERICAN HISTORY 
FROM THE COLONIAL PERIOD TO THE AGE OF FREDERICK DOUGLASS 
(1619-1895)
VOLUME 1
Ableman v. Booth (Sherman Booth Case)
Abolitionism 
Accommodationism
Acculturation
Adams, John, on African Americans
Adams, John Quincy, on African Americans
Africa, Idea of
African Americans and the West
African Diaspora 
African Grove Theater
Africanisms
African Methodist Episcopal Church 
African Union Methodism
Aldridge, Ira
Allen, Richard
Allen, William G.
American Abolition Society
American and Foreign Anti-Slavery Society
American Anti-Slavery Society
American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions
American Colonization Society 
American Missionary Association
American Revolution
American Revolution, Memory of
Amistad
Andrew, John Albion
Anglo-African Newspaper
Anthony, Susan B.
Antiquity
Antisabbatarianism
Antislavery Movement
Antislavery Press
Architecture
Artisans
Arts and Crafts
Asians
Attucks, Crispus
Auld Family
Autobiography
Bailey, Gamaliel
Bailey, Harriet
Bailey Family
Baltimore, Maryland, Slavery in
Banneker, Benjamin
Baptism
Baptists and African Americans
Bassett, Ebenezer D.
Bayley, Solomon
Beecher, Henry Ward
Belinda
Bell, Philip Alexander
Benezet, Anthony
Bibb, Henry W.
Bible
Birney, James Gillespie
Black Abolitionists
Black Brigade
Black Church
Black Codes and Slave Codes, Colonial
Black English Vernacular
Black Family
Black Loyalists
Black Migration
Black Militias
Black Nationalism 
Black Politics
Black Press
Black Seafarers
Black Separatism
Black Theology
Black Uplift
Blaine, James G.
Blanchard, Jonathan
Blucke, Stephen
Boen, William
Boston
Bradburn, George
Brazil
Bright, John
Brown, Henry "Box"
Brown, John
Brown, Morris
Brown, William Wells
Brown Fellowship Society
Bruce, Blanche Kelso
Buchanan, James
Buffalo Soldiers
Buffum, James N.
Burned-Over District, New York
Burns, Anthony, Trial of
Burr, Aaron, and African Americans
Butler, Benjamin Franklin
Byron, George Gordon (Lord)
Calhoun, John C.
California
Cambria Incident
Canada
Capitein, Jacobus
Carey, Lott
Caribbean 
Catholic Church and African Americans
Caulker's Trade
Cemeteries and Burials
Chaplin, William Lawrence
Chartism in Great Britain
Chase, Salmon Portland
Chavis, John
Child, Lydia Maria
Childhood
Christiana Incident
Christian Recorder
Civil Rights 
Civil Rights Act of 1866
Civil Rights Act of 1875
Civil War
Civil War, Participation and Recruitment of Black Troops in
Clarkson, Thomas
Class
Clay, Cassius M.
Clay, Henry
Cleveland, Grover
Clothing
Clyde, William Pancoast
Coker, Daniel T.
Colfax Massacre
Collins, John A.
Colonel Tye
Colonialism
Colonization
Columbian Orator, The
Come-outerism
Compromise of 1850
Confederate Policy toward African Americans and Slaves
Confederate States of America
Congregationalism and African Americans
Connecticut
Constitution, U.S.
Constitutional Convention, African Americans and
Cornish, Samuel
Cottagers
Covey, Edward
Crime and Punishment 
Crofts, Julia Griffiths
Cromwell, Oliver
Crummell, Alexander
Cuffe, Paul
Cugoano, Quobna Ottobah
Dance 
David Walker's Appeal
Declaration of Independence
Delany, Martin Robison
Delaware
Democratic Party
Demographics
Denmark Vesey Conspiracy
Detroit
Dickinson, Anna Elizabeth
Discrimination 
Disunionism
Dominican Republic, Annexation of
Douglas, Stephen A.
Douglass' Monthly
Douglass, Anna Murray 
Douglass, Charles Remond
Douglass, Frederick
Douglass, Frederick, Jr.
Douglass, Lewis Henry
Downing, George Thomas
Dreams
Dred Scott Case
Dumas, Alexandre
Dunbar, Paul Laurence
Du Sable, Jean Baptiste Pointe
Dutch Reformed Church and African Americans
East Baltimore Mental Improvement Society
Economic Life
Education 
Elaw, Zilpha
Eldridge, Elleanor
Election of 1860
Emancipation 
Emancipation Proclamation
Emerson, Ralph Waldo
Emigration to Africa
Entrepreneurs 
Episcopalians (Anglicans) and African Americans
Equiano, Olaudah
Esteban
Ethnology
Europe
Evolution
Exoduster Movement
VOLUME 2
Faneuil Hall (Boston)
Feminist Movement
Festivals
Fifteenth Amendment
Fifty-fifth Massachusetts Infantry Regiment
Fifty-fourth Massachusetts Infantry Regiment
Filibustering
Film and Filmmakers
Firmin, Ant¿nor Joseph
Fisk, Clinton Bowen
Florence Settlement
Florida
Folklore
Food
Foreign Policy
Forten, James
Fortune, Amos
Foster, Abby Kelley
Foster, Stephen S.
Fourteenth Amendment
Fourth of July
Franklin, Benjamin, and African Americans
Fraternal Organizations and Mutual Aid Societies
Frederick Douglass' Paper
Free-Soil Party
Free African Americans to 1828
Free African Americans before the Civil War (North)
Free African Americans before the Civil War (South)
Free African Society
Free Church of Scotland
Free Speech
Free Trade
Freedman's Savings and Trust Company
Freedmen
Freedmen's Bureau
Freedom's Journal
French Canada
Fugitive Slave Law of 1793
Fugitive Slave Law of 1850
Fugitive Slaves
Gabriel
Gabriel Conspiracy
Garfield, James A.
Garnet, Henry Highland
Garrison, William Lloyd
Garrisonian Abolitionists
Gay, Sydney Howard
Gender
Genius of Universal Emancipation, The
George, David
Georgia
Gherardi, Bancroft
Giddings, Joshua R.
Gloucester, John
Goodell, William
Gradual Emancipation
Grant, Ulysses S.
Great Awakening
Greeley, Horace
Green, Shields
Greener, Richard T.
Greenwood, Grace (Sarah Jane Clarke)
Gr¿goire, Bishop Henri
Grimes, William
Grimk¿, Angelina
Grimk¿, Sarah
Gronniosaw, James Albert Ukawsaw
Gullahs
Hair and Beauty Culture
Haiti
Haitian Revolutions
Haitian Revolutions, Memory of
Hall, Prince
Hamilton, Alexander, and African Americans
Hamilton, William T.
Hammon, Briton
Hammon, Jupiter
Harpers Ferry Raid
Harrison, Benjamin
Hayes, Rutherford B.
Haynes, Lemuel
Health and Medicine 
Hemings, Sally
Heroic Slave, The
Higginson, Thomas Wentworth
Higher Education, Early
Historiography of Early Black Life
Hodges, Jacob
Hopper, Isaac
Horton, George Moses
Hosier, Harry "Black Harry"
Howard, Oliver O.
Howard University
Howe, Samuel Gridley
Huguenots and African Americans
Hull, Agrippa
Hutchinson Family
Hyppolite, Louis Modestin Florvil
Identity 
Illinois
Immigrants
Indentured Servitude 
Inheritance and Slave Status
Integration 
Jackson, Andrew, and African Americans
Jacobs, Harriet
Jamaica
Jay, John, on African Americans
Jay, William
Jay Family
Jea, John
Jefferson, Thomas, on African Americans and Slavery
Jennings, Isabel
Jerry Rescue
Jews 
Jim Crow Car Laws
Johnson, Andrew
Johnson, Francis
Johnson, Nathan
Jon Kannoe
Jones, Absalom
Kansas-Nebraska Act
Kentucky
Kidnapping
King, Boston
Know-Nothing Party
Kossuth, Louis
Lafayette, Marquis de, and African Americans
Lane Theological Seminary
Langston, Charles Henry
Langston, John Mercer
Language 
Latino, Juan
Laurens, Henry, and African Americans
Laws and Legislation
Lee, Jarena
Liberal Republican Party
Liberia
Liberty Party
Liele, George
Life and Times of Frederick Douglass (1881, 1892)
Lincoln, Abraham
Lincoln, Mary Todd
Literacy in the Colonial Period
Literature 
Lloyd, Edward, V
Lloyd Family
Loguen, Jermain Wesley
Longfellow, Henry Wadsworth
Louisiana
Louverture, Toussaint.
Lowell, James Russell
Lundy, Benjamin
Lutherans and African Americans
Lynching and Mob Violence
Lynn, Massachusetts
Madison, James, and African Americans
Maine
Mann, Horace
Manumission Societies
Maritime Trades
Maroons
Marrant, John
Marriage, Mixed
Mars, James
Maryland
Masculinity
Massachusetts
Massachusetts Anti-Slavery Society
Mather, Cotton, and African Americans
Mathew, Theobald
May, Samuel J.
Methodist Church 
Mexican-American War
Michigan
Midwifery
Military
Minstrel Shows
Missionary Movements
Mississippi
Missouri Compromise
M"le Saint-Nicolas (Haiti) Annexation
Molineaux, Tom
Monroe, James, and African Americans
Monuments, Museums, Public Markers
Moral Suasion
Moravians and African Americans
Mott, Lucretia Coffin
Mulattoes
Murray, John (Lord Dunmore)
Music
Muslims
My Bondage and My Freedom (1855)
Myers, Stephen A.
Nantucket
Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass (1845)
National Conventions of Colored Men
National Labor Union
National League of Colored People
Native Americans and African Americans 
Neau, Elias
Negro Election Day
Negro Training Day
Nell, William Cooper
New Hampshire
New Jersey
New National Era
New Spain and Mexico
Newspapers
New York
New York African Free Schools
New York African Society for Mutual Relief
New York City 
New York Conspiracy of 1741
New York Manumission Society
New York Slave Revolt of 1712
Nichol, Elizabeth Pease
Nonresistance
North Carolina
North Elba, New York
North Star
Oberlin College
Occupations
O'Connell, Daniel
Ohio
Old Age
One Hundred Conventions
Oratory and Verbal Arts 
Painting
Parker, Theodore
Parrott, Russell
Patents and Inventions
Paul, Nathaniel
Paul, Thomas
Payne, Daniel A.
Pearl Incident
Pendleton, Indiana, Incident
Pennington, James W. C.
Pennsylvania
Perfectionism
Petitions
Phillips, Wendell
Pierce, Franklin
Pillsbury, Parker
Pinchback, P. B. S.
Pinkster
Plato, Ann
Political Participation 
Polk, James K.
Poor, Salem
Post, Amy and Isaac
Poverty
Presbyterians and African Americans
Prince, Lucy Terry
Prince, Nancy Gardner
Proslavery Thought
Purvis, Robert
Quincy, Edmund
VOLUME 3
Race, Theories of
Racism
Radical Abolitionist Party
Rahaman, Abdul
Ray, Charles B.
Reason, Charles L.
Reconstruction
Redpath, James
Reform
Religion
Religion and Slavery
Remond, Charles Lenox
Republican Party
Resistance 
Rhode Island
Richardson, Anna and Ellen
Riots and Rebellions 
Robert Alexander Young's Manifesto
Roberts, Robert
Roberts v. City of Boston
Rochester Ladies' Anti-Slavery Society
Rochester, New York
Rodrigues, Jan
Ruggles, David
Russian Serfs, Emancipation of
Russwurm, John Brown 
Saint Michaels, Maryland
Saint Philip's Episcopal Church
Salem, Peter
Sancho, Charles Ignatius
Saunders, Prince
Science
Sears, Amanda Auld
Secret Six
Segregation 
Seminole Wars
Seneca Falls Convention
Seven Years' War
Seward, William Henry
Sexuality 
Sharecropping
Sipkins, Henry
Skin Color
Slave Narratives 
Slave Narratives, African British
Slave Rebellions and Insurrections
Slave Resistance
Slave Trade 
Slavery
Slavery: Northeast
Slavery: Mid-Atlantic
Slavery: Upper South
Slavery: Lower South
Slavery: West
Slavery: Mississippi Valley
Slavery and the U.S. Constitution
Smith, Gerrit
Smith, James McCune
Smith, Venture
Society for the Propagation of the Gospel in Foreign Parts
Society of Friends (Quakers) 
Solomon, Job Ben
Somerset v. Stewart
South America
South Carolina
Spear, Chloe
Spencer, Peter
Spirituality
Spirituals
Stanton, Elizabeth Cady
Stearns, George Luther
Stereotypes of African Americans 
Stevens, Thaddeus
Still, William
Stono Rebellion
Stowe, Harriet Beecher
Suffrage,Women's
Sumner,Charles
Supreme Court
Taney, Roger B.
Tanner, Henry O.
Tappan, Lewis
Temperance 
Tennessee
Texas
Thirteenth Amendment
Thompson, George
Tilton, Theodore
Tituba
Topp, William H.
Toussaint, Pierre
Toussaint Louverture
Tracy, Benjamin Franklin
Trickster
Truth, Sojourner
Tubman, Harriet
Turner, Nat
Twain, Mark (Samuel Langhorne Clemens)
Tyler, John
Uncle Tom's Cabin
Underground Railroad
Union Army, African Americans in
Urbanization
Varick, James
Vashon, George Boyer
Vermont
Vesey, Denmark
Violence against African Americans 
Virginia
Visual Arts
Visual Representations of Slavery
Voorhis, Robert
Voting Rights
Wagoner, Henry O., Sr.
Walker, David
Ward, Samuel Ringgold
War of 1812
Washington, Booker T.
Washington, D.C.
Washington, George, and African Americans
Washington, Madison
Washington, Mary Simpson
Webb, Richard Davis
Weld, Theodore Dwight
Wells-Barnett, Ida B.
Western Anti-Slavery Society
Western New York Anti-Slavery Society
Weston Sisters
Wheatley, Phillis
Wheeler, Peter
Whig Party
Whipper, William
White, George
Whittier, John Greenleaf
Williams, George Washington
Williams, Peter, Sr.
Williams, Peter, Jr.
Wilmot Proviso
Women
Woodhull, Victoria
Woolfolk, Austin
Woolman, John
Work
World's Columbian Exposition
World's Temperance Conventions
Wright, Henry C.
Chronology of African American History
Topical Outline of Articles
Directory of Contributors
Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

African Americans -- History -- Encyclopedias.
African Americans -- History -- To 1863 -- Encyclopedias.
African Americans -- History -- 1863-1877 -- Encyclopedias.