Coerced and Free Migration: Global Perspectives

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Index
In this index an “f” after a number indicates a separate reference on the next page, and an “ff” indicates separate references on the next two pages. A continuous discussion over two or more pages is indicated by a span of page numbers, e.g., “57–59.” Passim is used for a cluster of references in close but not consecutive sequence.
Abolition, abolitionists, 195, 199, 208–9, 237
Acclimatization, 109–10
Africa, 15, 81, 204, 206, 240; return migration to, 2–3; slave trade and, 13f, 17–18, 24, 42–49 passim,50(map), 5255, 84–85, 87–88, 214–15, 366n38, 367n47, 420n30; internal migration in, 22, 32, 59; migration patterns in, 2526; disease immunities and, 105f; death rates in, 107f; French labor recruitment from, 209–18. See also various countries; regions by name
African Americans, 96, 108, 189; personal narratives, 184–88; in Moravian community, 186–87. See also Blacks
Africans, 33, 35f, 65, 96, 287; as contract laborers, 18, 45, 222f, 226–27; and Europeans, 38f; and slave trade, 48–49; in New World, 52–54; shipboard mortality of, 55–56, 61; as European troops, 107–8, 114; in Chesapeake region, 118–49 passim; creolization of, 149–50; collective identity in, 177f; identity, 195–96, 197; labor recruitment of, 208–14; in Martinique, 22021
Agriculture, 5, 89; slave labor and, 15f; African, 132–33, 134; in Chesapeake region, 137–39; Indian migrants and, 254–55; Russian, 297–98, 303, 308f, 316, 320, 340
Ajmere, 241
Aksakov, Sergei: Family Chronicle,316
Alans, 308
Aleksei, Tsar, 299
Alexander II, Tzar, 330
Algeria, 109, 113
Algerians, 285
Alien other, 195; hatred of, 178, 189f, 191f, 202–3
American Indians, 38ff, 94, 182f, 191
American Revolution, see Revolutionary War
Americas, 2, 5, 11, 41, 57, 86, 91–96 passim,206; slavery in, 7f, 364n14, 368–69n12; British colonies in, 15, 64, 70, 260; contract labor to, 18f, 44–45; migration to, 27–28, 33–36, 39–40, 4748, 62–74; slave trade and, 52–55, 81; coerced migration to, 58–59; Indian migrants to, 230, 242(map); Chinese migrants to, 231, 239; convicts in, 259, 266–67, 289–90. See also various countries; regions; states by name
Andrew (Ofodebendo Wooma), 182, 200; personal narrative of, 184–88
Anglicans, 129
Angola, 39, 54, 122, 131
Anopheles mosquitos, 103–4
Antigua, 243, 258
Antislavery Squadron, 208
Appalachia, 162
Apprenticeship, 19, 208, 213
Arabs, 287
Argentina, 28, 66, 381n33

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