New Men, New Cities, New South: Atlanta, Nashville, Charleston, Mobile, 1860-1910

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Index
Abbot, Willis John, 234
Acklen, Joseph H., 20
Acklen Park ( Nashville), 206
Adair, George W., 99, 100, 145, 197
Adger, J. Ellison, 160
Adger, Robert, 80, 126, 160
Alden, Augustus E., 31
Allen, Ivan, 137
Andrews, Sidney: on Atlanta, 35, 36; on Charleston, 56
Ansley Park ( Atlanta), 196
Arkwright, Preston S., 197
Athelstan Club ( Mobile), 247-49
Atkinson, Edward, 152
Atlanta, Ga., xv, xvi, 13; antebellum, 33-34; blacks, 262, 264-65, 267-68, 271, 277-78; business leaders, 34, 89, 99-103; churches, 193; Civil War, 31-32, 34, 35; clubs, 208-11; commercial associations, 139-44; economy, 33-36, 39-50, 144-51; education, 277-78; elite neighborhoods, 190-97; industrial expositions, 151-58; patronage of the arts, 222-23; population, 49; railroads, 33, 39, 140, 143-47; Reconstruction, 37-38; riot of 1906, 262
Atlanta Art Association, 222
Atlanta Athletic Club, 197, 210
Atlanta Chamber of Commerce, 139-44, 146-47
Atlanta Cotillion Club, 216
Atlanta Manufacturers' Association, 148, 150
Atlanta Music Festival Association, 222
Atlanta University, 270
Atlanta Woman's Club, 223
Atlantic and Great Western Canal, 140
Austell, Alfred, 144
Averill, John H., 182
Bacot, Thomas W., 238
Baker, Ray Stannard, 260
Baltzell, E. Digby, xiv, 189, 191, 214
Barker, Theodore G., 178
Barnwell, Joseph, 241
Barringer, Paul, 280
Baxter, Edward, 203
Baxter, Nathaniel, 105, 106
Beauregard, P. G. T., 52, 236
Beersheba Springs, Tenn., 215
Bell, John, 30, 65
Belle Meade ( Nashville), 208
Belle Meade Country Club, 213
Bird, William M., 169
Birmingham, Ala., 160
Black Bottom ( Nashville), 202, 281, 287, 288
Blacks, 316; death rates, 279, 282, 292; education, 269-78; health, 278-89, 292; and industrial expositions, 267, 309-10; lynching, 262; mulattoes, 291, 299-300; occupations, 264, 297; politics, 295, 300-301; race riots, 262; urban migration, 6, 12-13, 263; white attitudes toward, 261-69, 290-91,

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