The Education of Henry Adams: An Autobiography

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INDEX
Acceleration, law, 489.
Adams, Abigail, 353; on Catherine Johnson, 17.
Adams, Abigail Brown (Brooks), 23; on English influence, 211.
Adams, Brooks, 360, 464; at Harvard College, 299; on exchanges, 338.
Adams, Charles Francis, 48, 149; taken to Russia, 18; in Boston, 19; marriage, and children, 23; and State Street, 24; nominated Vice-President, 25; slave power, 26; opinion of sons, 26; isolation, 27; political party, 29; reading, 35; family, 36; senatorship agreement, 49; on Europe, 70; in Congress, 88, 101; compared with Seward, 104; minister to England, 110; equipment, 112; impassiveness, 115; social position, 16, 132, 194, 212; Trent affair, 119; trusts Russell, 136, 149; clash with Palmerston, I36; rebel cruisers, 150, 167; interview with Russell, 158; rebel rams, 168; strength of, 208; proposed return to America, 209; collects coins, 213; liking for Washington, 269.
Adams, Charles Francis (1835-1915), 23, 4I, 89, 120; at Fort Independence, 112; remonstrates, 129; after the war, 210, 24I; railroad studies, 240, 307; gold conspiracy, 270; favors professorship, 293.
Adams, Evelyn (Davis), 442.
Adams, Henry [Brooks], birth, 3, 23; early experiences, 5; encounter with J. Q. Adams, 12; early education, 26; political associations, 29; reading, 36; family atmosphere, 36; dislike of school, 37; visits Washington, 43; impressions, 44; election of Sumner to Senate, 50; student at Harvard College, 55; goes to Germany, 62, 70; college writings, 66; class orator, 66; German gymnasium, 77; musical awakening, 80; at Dresden, 82, 87; in Italy, 85, 88, 208, 235; letters from Italy, 89; at Rome, 90; meets Garibaldi, 94; at Paris, 96; at Washington, 1860, 99, 243; Sumner's break, 108; accompanies father to England, 110; position, 112, 116; newspaper work, 120; proposes to enter army, 129; at Cambridge House, 134; at Fryston, 138; Seward's offer, 145; on Russell, 163, I74; Palmerston, 164; Gladstone, 164; Seward, 174; London society, 195; choice of career, 210; writer, 211, 222, 234; art, 2I3; buys a Rafael, 216; Darwinism, 224; reviews Lyell, 226; on currency, 233; returns to America, 237; legal tender cases, 250, 277; Sumner's relations, 25I; Edinburgh Review, 258; gold conspiracy, 270; in London, 284, 316; Harvard professorship, 291, 299; editor North American Review, 293, 296, 307; first visit to Harvard College, 299; without office, 322; "History," 325, 327; Paris, 360; "Mont-Saint-Michel and Chartres," 435.
Adams, John, 9, 47, 99, 112, 372;"Works," 3I.
Adams, John Quincy, 10, 46, 103, 112; overcomes H. Adams, 12; hobbies, 14; at church, 15; marriage, 17; diplomatic positions, 17; death, 20; restlessness, 28; Russell's resemblance, 167; Secretary of State, 393; in Russia, 438.
Adams, John Quincy (1833-1894), 23; popularity, 35, 241.
Adams, Louisa Catherine, 23; brightness of, 35. See Louisa C. A. Kuhn.
Adams, Louisa Catherine (Johnson), 10; described, 16; marriage, 17; wanderings, I7; stricken, 43.
Adams Building, Washington, 44.
Agassiz, Alexander, 55, 235, 307, 308, 346.
Agassiz, Louis, 60, 227, 307.
"Alabama," the, 150, 152, 153, 167; claims, 285.
Alaric, sacks Rome, 480.
Albert Francis Charles Augustus Emmanuel, Prince consort, death of, 119.
Alexander I, czar, 112, 438.
Alexander II, czar, 439.
Alexeieff, Viceroy, 462.

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