Subordination or Liberation? The Development and Conflicting Theories of Black Education in Nineteenth Century Alabama

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ABHMS. See American Baptist Home Missionary Society.
Academic education. See Liberal (liberal arts) education.
Academic, liberal, higher education, 150
Accommodation: American Missionary Association, 116; William Hooper Councill and Booker T. Washington contrasted on, 62-63
Adams, Lewis, 47-48
African Methodist Episcopal Church (Snow Hill), 76
African Methodist Episcopal Church: Garfield Memorial University, 96; Payne Institute, 96-97
African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church: Jones University, 95; Lomax-Hannon High and Industrial School, 95; Zion Institute, unsuccessful attempt to establish, 95
Agricultural and Mechanical College for Negroes, 43. See also Huntsville-Normal Normal School.
Alabama, law of 1832 forbids educating slaves, 1
Alabama Agricultural and Mechanical College: Auburn, 8; Huntsville-Normal, 8. See also Huntsville-Normal Normal School.
Alabama Baptist Colored University, 110. See also Selma University.
Alabama Baptist Normal and Theological School. See Selma University.
Alabama Baptist State Convention (white), 100. See also Baptist Church (white).
Alabama Christian Institute. See Lum Graded School (Disciples of Christ).
Alabama Colored Missionary Baptist Association, asks legislature to shift Morrill Land Grant money, 43. See also Baptist Church (black), Colored Missionary Baptist Convention of Alabama.
Alabama Colored People's University, 27. See also Lincoln Normal School, State Normal School.
Alabama Education Association, 157
Alabama Legislature, 1, 6-10, 12-14, 18-19, 25, 27, 33, 72; banishes black school from Marion, 26, 131; breaks pledge for black university, 26-27, 29-30; Huntsville-Normal Normal School, 36-37, 41, 43; Tuskegee Institute, 43, 47, 57
Alabama Literary Society, 28
Alabama State College, 186. See also State Normal School.
Alabama Supreme Court. See Supreme Court, Alabama.
Alabama Teachers Association. See Alabama Education Association.
Alexander, Carrie E., 123
Alston, M. W., 103
Alvord, John W., 4
AMA. See American Missionary Association.
American Baptist Home Mission Society (ABHMS), 100-03, 106, 108, 113, 180
American Church Institute for Negroes, 175
American creed of equality and opportunity, 9
American Missionary Association (AMA), 2, 3, 25, 114-48, 175-79, 182-91; educational philosophy, 114-18; leading missionary so

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