Slavery and Politics in the Early American Republic

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Index
Abolitionists, 13–16, 18, 20–21, 25, 32, 74, 79, 99–101, 103–5, 118, 124–25, 129, 131–33, 141, 142, 143, 148–49, 161–62, 165–66, 171, 173–74, 175–76, 200, 203, 204, 209, 215, 216, 221–37 passim, 249 (n. 127), 261–62 (n. 12), 265 (n. 68), 272 (n. 104), 275–76 (n. 18), 277 (n. 41), 285 (n. 75), 296 (n. 200), 301 (n. 118)
Abolition of Atlantic slave trade. See Slave trade, Atlantic: U.S. ban on
Abolition of slavery in the North. See Emancipation: gradual
Abolition of slavery throughout the U.S. See Civil War
Adams, John, 54, 160, 217
Adams, John Quincy, 3, 90, 93, 98, 165, 185, 187, 190, 200, 205, 214–22 passim, 263 (n. 31), 283 (n. 32), 289 (n. 47)
African Americans, free. See Free blacks
African Methodist Episcopal (AME) Church, 110
Alabama, 145–46, 147–48, 167, 184, 218, 279 (n. 88), 303 (n. 148)
Algiers. See North Africa: white slavery in
Allen, Ephraim, 229
Amelia Island, 109
American Colonization Society (ACS), 106, 111, 112–13, 124–25, 132, 144–45, 161–71 passim, 175, 201–2, 212, 224, 229, 231, 234, 236, 269–70 (n. 48), 272 (n. 104), 273 (n. 114)
Ames, Fisher, 36–39, 41, 71–72
“An American,” 103–4, 206, 266 (nn. 86, 91), 283 (n. 34), 295 (n. 190)
Anna (slave suicide), 137
Antifederalists, 27, 33–35, 72, 250 (nn. 14041), 300–301 (n. 105)
Arkansas Territory, 146, 148, 178
Arson, slave. See Slave resistance
Ashworth, John, 5, 132, 241 (n. 22), 297 (n. 221)
Ball, Charles, 169
Baltimore, 110, 136, 140, 276 (nn. 30, 32)
Bank, national, 159, 162, 198, 200, 236
Baptists. See Evangelicals
Barbour, James, 160, 194, 199, 206
Barlow, Joel, 131
Barrow, David, 171, 176
Beecher, Catherine, 235
Benezet, Anthony, 36, 232
Berlin, Ira, xii, 5, 241 (n. 21), 287 (n. 99), 299 (n. 64)
Biddle, Nicholas, 65
Billey (freed slave), 18, 245 (n. 57)
Bingham, Caleb, 131, 243 (n. 24)
Birkbeck, Morris, 172
Blake, Francis, 53, 255 (n. 40)
Bonaparte, Napoleon, 32, 37, 43–44, 47, 90, 164
Boston. See Massachusetts
Bourne, George, 79, 100, 132–33, 231–32, 285 (n. 75)
Boxley, George, 108
Bradford, Gamaliel, 3
Branagan, Thomas, 26, 248 (n. 111)
Brown, John, 225–26
Brown, Richard H., 30, 249 (n. 122)

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  • Slavery and Politics in the Early American Republic iii
  • Contents vii
  • Illustrations and Maps ix
  • Acknowledgments xi
  • Introduction 1
  • 1: Slavery and Politics to 1808 9
  • 2: Federalists, Republicans, and Slavery During the War of 1812 42
  • 3: Slavery and Partisan Conflict During the Era of Good Feelings 75
  • 4: Slavery in Anglo-American Relations 87
  • 5: The Political Impact of African Americans 106
  • 6: Defending Against Slavery 130
  • 7: Defending Slavery 158
  • 8: Commencement Exercises: the Missouri Crisis 177
  • 9: Antebellum Legacies 213
  • Notes 239
  • Bibliography 305
  • Index 331
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