Index
Abolition: 93, 96–100, 120, 123–24
Act of Union, 37
Adams, John, 67, 263
Adams, John Quincy, 114, 263
Adams, Wilbur L., 268
Addicks, John Edward, 175–80
Administrative Services Department, 256
African Methodist Episcopal (A.M.E.) Church, 93, 229
African Union Methodist Protestant Church, 229
Agriculture. See Farming
Agriculture Department, 256
Aikentown (later Glasgow), 73–74
Algonquin Indians, 15
Alien and Sedition Acts of 1798, 86
Alison, Francis, 111
Ail-American Engineering Company, 232
Allee, J. Frank, 180, 266
Allen, Richard, 57, 93
Allen, William F., 268
Altena (formerly Fort Christina), 27. See also Forts: Christina
American Car and Foundry Company, 160, 219
American Federation of Labor, 234
American Liberty League, 211–12
American Party, 123–26, 130
American Revolution. See Revolutionary War
Amsterdam, 27–28
Amtrak, 233
Andrews, John W., 137
Anglicans, 52, 91. See also Church of England
Anglo-Dutch War, 29–31
Antitrust suit, 187
Appoquinimink Creek, 28, 62
Appoquinimink District, 248
Apportionment, 122, 165–69, 247–50, 254
Arden, 171
Argali, Samuel, 17
Armed Forces: Indian scouts in, 16; German, 74; militia, 75; in King George's War, 52; in Civil War, 134–35, 137–38. 142–43; in World War I, 183; in World War II, 220–21. See also Regiments
Articles of Confederation, 77–78
Assembly. See General Assembly
Asbury, Francis, 90–91
Asbury Church, 94
Assateague, 15
Assessment and Collection Laws of 1873, 152, 173
Associated Charities of Wilmington (Family Society), 194
Atlas Powder Company, 187, 220, 231–32
Attorney general, state, 170
Auditor, state, 170
Babiarz, John, 229
Bacon, Walter W., 265
Ball, L. Heiller, 180, 266–68
Baltimore, Lord, 19, 37–38, 40, 52, 53
Baltimore Hundred, 132, 148
Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, 128, 160–61, 233
Bancroft, Joseph, 207
Bancroft, Joseph and Sons, 157, 220, 232
Bancroft, Samuel. Jr., 191–92, 238; portrait, 193
Bancroft, William P., 191–92, 207, 241; portrait, 193
Banks: Bank of Delaware, 106; Chase Manhattan, 258; Delaware Trust Company, 188; Farmers Bank, 106, 257–58; Florida National Bank, 188; Girard Company, 258; MBNA America, 259, 262; Morgan, 258; Wilmington Trust Company, 260
Barratt's Chapel, 90, 93
Bassett, Richard, 79, 84, 86, 97–98, 264, 266
Bates, Martin W., 268
Bauduy, Peter, 88
Bay State Gas Company, 176, 180

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