American Folksongs of Protest

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Index
Adams, John, 22
Aderholt, O. F., 134, 211, 246-49
Adkins, Oscar F., 130
Alien and Sedition Acts, 22
Allen, William Francis, 78-79
Almanac Singers, 227, 288. See also People's Songs
Altgeld, John P,, 56
American Antiquarian Society, 48, 94, 103
American Federation of Labor (AFL), 9, 11, 58, 183, 234
American Folk Song, 280
American Labor Union, 173
American Railway Union, 55, 57
Ammons, Governor, 151
Anti-Rent War, 27, 28-31, 211
Aptheker, Herbert, 74
Archive of American Folk Song, Library of Congress, 52, 81, 86, 96, 101, 104-6, 110, 223, 250, 262, 275, 278
Aristocracy and Limited Tenure of Office, 22-24
Asch, Moses, 280, 288, 292
Avery, Sewell L., 309
Bad Man Ballads, 116-20
Balch, Elizabeth, 47
Baldwin, R. W., 129, 130
Baldwin-Felts Detective Agency, 152
Ball, John, 2,
Bates, John, 147
Beal, Fred, 134, 136, 138, 250
Beard, Charles A. and Mary R., 23, 39
Beddo, Frank, 114
Beecher, Henry Ward, 49
Bennett, Harry, 228
Blackstone, Grace, 220, 221
Blair, Sheriff J. H., 169, 171
Boughton, Smith, 29
Bound for Glory, 279
Botkin, Benjamin A., 71, 74, 102, 103
Brazier, Richard, 176
Bridges, Harry, 237
Brown, Henry Box, 93
Brown, Rev. John, 101
Brown, John, 90, 92
Brown, Sterling, 68, 75, 76, 80
Buch, Vera, 247
Busby, William, 194
Butler, Benjamin F., 59-60
Calumet, Michigan, Strike, 149, 151, 155- 58
Carnegie, Andrew, 229
Carpenter, John G., 135
Carter, L. C., 247
Carter family, 100, 285
Chaplin, Ralph, 56, 180n, 181, 189, 190
Charles II, 31
Chase, Adjutant General John, 151, 152, 154
Chicago Massacre ( 1937), 231, 232
Chickering, Jesse, 40
Child, Francis James, 243
Christman, Henry, 28, 31
Cleveland, Grover, 56, 62
Congress of Industrial Organizations (CIO), 9, 12, 231, 234, 238, 302, 307. See also affiliated unions
Coxey, Jacob Sechler, and the Coxey Army, 61-63
Davidson-Wilder strike, 148, 158-66

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