The Journey to the Promised Land: The African American Struggle for Development since the Civil War

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Index
Abernathy, Ralph, 112, 116
Abolitionists, abolition, 55–56, 57, 58, 59, 60
Affirmative action, xxiii, 162, 165, 187, 189
Africa:
development in, 157–58;
education in, 29, 156–57;
neocolonialism in, 163–64;
repatriation of African Americans to, 2–3, 59, 62–63
African legion, 63
African Republic, 63
Ahmann, Matthew, 118
Alabama, 12, 23 n.14, 110, 156;
black colleges in, 15, 16–18 (table);
school desegregation in, 95, 96, 97, 99
Alabama State College, 109
Albany (Georgia), 116
Alger, Horatio, 72
American College of Surgeons, 55
American Dilemma:
The Negro Problemand American Democracy, An (Gunnar Myrdal), xxi, 172
American Jewish Conference, 118
American Missionary Society, 8, 10, 34
America’s Retreat from Victory (Joseph McCarthy), 174
Angelou, Maya, I Know Why the CagedBird Sings, 188
Antilynching laws, 52
Arabs, 30
Arizona, 36, 185, 193 n.35
Arkansas, 15, 16–18 (table), 23 n.14, 97
Armstrong, Samuel, 67, 68
Army, the, 5–6, 90, 98
Assassinations:
of Medgar Evers, 131–32;
John F. Kennedy, 119, 132;
Martin Luther King, Jr., 121–23;
Abraham Lincoln, 23 n.11, 171, 192 n.6
Atlanta, 85–86, 95, 106, 107
Atlanta Compromise speech (Booker T. Washington), 71–72, 82, 83
Atlanta University, 81
Atlantic Charter, 18, 172
Attucks, Crispus, 30, 54

b
Back to Africa movement, 62–63
Bailey, Augustus Washington. See Douglass, Frederick
Balboa, Vasco Núñez de, 29
Baltimore, 86, 94–95
Barnard, Henry, 180

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