Political Tendencies in Louisiana

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Name Index
Abraham, Wilson R., 389
Adams, John Quincy, 27, 32
Adams, Thomas Scott, 176
Ainsworth, Robert A., 329
Allen, Henry W., 120
Allen, Oscar K., 261
Aswell, James B., 201, 203
Autin, Loney, 320, 321
Aycock, C. C., 321
Banks, N.P.116, 118
Behan, W. J., 197
Behrman, Martin, 197, 211, 212
Bell, John, 88-89, 101
Benjamin, Judah P., 74, 120
Blanchard, Newton C., 197, 201
Boggs, Hale, 281-82, 321
Bordelon, Louis, 58
Bouanchaud, Hewitt, 227-29
Breaux, John E., 177
Breckinridge, John C., 82, 86, 88-89, 94, 101-102
Brian, Hardy L., 176, 187
Butler, Benjamin F., 113
Byrd, Harry Flood, 377
Caffery, Donelson, 195, 197
Caldwell, Sam, 271
Carmouche, Edward, 397
Carstarphen, N. B., 317
Cass, Lewis, 56
Chandler, Robert G., 330
Claiborne, W. C. C., 27, 29
Clay, Henry, 32, 56, 66
Clements, Ernest, 270
Cleveland, Grover, 155
Cleveland, W. J., 321
Cutrer, Jesse, 395
Dawson, John B., 37
Davis, James H. (Jimmie), 269, 271, 340, 341-44, 349-52, 360-67, 381-88, 394
Debs, Eugene V., 204, 245, 247
Derbigny, Charles, 78
Derbigny, Pierre, 28, 29
Dewey, Thomas E., 315
Dickerson, Mary Evelyn (Parker), 317, 389
Dodd, William J., 282, 340, 345passim 382
Douglas, Stephen A., 77
Downs, Solomon, 47, 67, 77
Dunn, Oscar J.: 127, 136
Eisenhower, Dwight D., 319, 321, 327, 330, 375, 385, 389
Ellender, Allen, 306, 330
Ellis, Frank, 320, 321, 329, 330, 356
Fellows, J. G. A., 117
Fillmore, Millard, 82, 86
Flanders, Benjamin F., 117, 124
Fontenot, Rufus, 321
Foster, Murphy J., 176-77, 78, 181-90
Fuqua, Henry L., 227-229
Goldwater, Barry, 370, 391-92
Grady, Henry, 173
Grant, Ulysses S., 129
Gravel, Camille, 329, 330, 331, 336
Grevemberg, Francis C., 289, 367
Guice, T. J., 175
Hahn, Michael, 114, 117, 120
Hall, Luther, E., 201, 203
Harding, Warren, 297
Harrison, William Henry, 45
Havard, William C., 336
Hayes, Rutherford, B., 144
Hays, Brooks, 394
Heard, William W., 194
Hebert, Paul O., 57-58
Hill, Lister, 391
Hitler, Adolf, 411-12
Hoffa, James, 349
Jackson, Andrew, 27, 32, 46
Jackson, Shelby, 361-67, 381-86, passim
Johnson, Henry, 29
Johnson, Isaac, 54
Johnson, Lyndon B., 370
Jones, Sam H., 228, 265-69, 272-74, 280, 286, 298, 303, 306, 307, 315, 318, 319, 321, 394
Kellogg, William Pitt, 136-40, 143, 177
Kennedy, John F., 355-63, 412
Kennon, Robert F., 272, 274, 279-89 passim,306, 314, 315, 317-29 passim, 361-67 passim,378-79, 384, 385
Kerr, Robert, 376
King, Alvin O., 260

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