The Tillman Movement in South Carolina

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INDEX
Abbeville, mentioned, 99; Prohibition in, 186.
Adams, Doc, in Hamburg Riot, 44.
Agricultural bureau, the, Tillman's attacks on, 73, 155; proposal for reform of, 74, 76; Shell Manifesto attacks, 105.
Agricultural education, see Clemson College: Tillman's early agitations, for, 53, 57, 58; on ignorance of farmers, 74; favors separate college, 76, 90 ff; proposal defeated, 77, 82.
Agricultural experiment stations, established, 63, 77.
Agricultural Society, coöperates with Grange. 17-18; Tillman addresses, 54-58; his resolutions considered, 58-59; mentioned, 62.
Aiken, riots in, 45-47; meeting at 1890, 122; mentioned, 211.
Aiken, D. W., opinion, 18.
Aldrich, Alfred, member of Haskell convention, 129.
Aldrich, Robert, proposal concerning Negro suffrage, 213.
Alexander, W. J., dismissed from university, 142, 144.
Ancrum, W. H., member of the Haskell convention, 129.
Anderson, meeting of 1890, 115- 116; favors primary, 241.
Andrews, Sidney quoted, 33.
Ansel, Martin, F., candidate for governor, 234.
Appelt, Louis, debates with Tillman, 233-234.
Aristocracy, political power, 4; losses, 5; decline, 8-22; in Reconstruction, 11; attitude towards Negro, 15.
Arthur, Ann, 28.
Ashley, "Citizen Josh," character, 176.
Ashley Hall, 5.
Athens, Ga., Dispensary in, 187.
AugustaChronicle, on Tillman's candidacy, 158.
Augusta, Ga., mentioned, 25, 26, 36, 42.
Aycock, W. T., member of Haskell convention, 129.
Babcock, J. W., superintendent of Lunatic Asylum, 147.
Bacon, Edmund, member of the Haskell convention, 129.
Bacon, family, 24.
Bacon, James T., on Tillman, 139.
Baptists, political power of, 4; on Dispensary, 191, 201, 231.
Barker, Theodore, constitutional convention delegate, 211.
Barnwell, debate at, 79; Prohibition in, 186; mentioned, 232.
Barnwell, Joseph W., member of Haskell convention, 129; conference with Tillman, 207.
Barkeepers, oppose Dispensary, 191.
Bates, W. T. C., candidate for state treasurer, 111.
Beaufort, attacked by Tillman, 116; opposes him, 126; carried by Haskell, 134; Negro delegates to constitutional convention, 209, 211.
Bee Hive, established, 23.

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