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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.