William Jennings Bryan - Vol. 1

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Index
Abbot, Willis J., 103, 146, 188, 281, 340, 341; names Bryan the “Great Com- moner, ” 152
Aguinaldo, Emilio, 235, 363
Alcott, Bronson, 9
Aldrich, Nelson W., 215, 303, 386, 395
Allen, Thomas S., 380, 399
Allen, William Vincent, 113, 376; sup- ports Bryan on the income tax, 59; elected Senator, 76; institutes suit to enjoin sale of gold bonds, 91; as per- manent chairman of the Populist na- tional convention of 1896, 153, 155-156; appointed to the Senate, 1900, 247-248
Altgeld, John Peter, 162, 242, 257, 263, 281, 305, 309; calls unofficial silver convention, 106; supports Bland as presidential candidate, 1896, 117, 125, 128, 129, 141-142, 145-146
American Bimetallic League: convention of July-August 1893, 82; convention of Memphis, Tenn., June 1895, 107-108; creates National Silver Committee, 107; merges into American Bimetallic Union, 110
American Bimetallic Union, 110, 113
American Federation of Labor, 93, 405
American Protective Association, 46, 102, 281
Andrews, E. Benjamin, 180
Anti-trust issue, 334, 385
Archbold, John D., 419, 421
Atwood, John H., 115, 128, 129, 131, 387
Bacon, Senator Augustus O., 235
Bailey, Senator Joseph, 96, 123, 127, 331, 373, 374, 375; breaks with Bryan, 402
Baird, John, 22, 23
Baird, Mrs. John, 21, 23
Baird, Mary Elizabeth, 16, 18; enrolls at Jacksonville Female Academy, 21; meets Bryan, 21; courtship with Bryan, 21-23, 27-29; marriage, 30
Bank notes: Bryan opposes repeal of state bank note tax, 70, 77, 78, 92-93
Belmont, O. H. P., 273, 340, 345
Belmont, Perry, 238-239, 268
Bennett, Philo Sherman: and the Ben- nett case, 314-316
Beveridge, Senator Albert J., 13, 276, 339
Bimetallic Democratic National Com- mittee, 118, 120
Blackburn, Senator Joseph C. S., 128, 150, 242, 305; as Democratic presidential aspirant, 1896, 121, 144, 145
Bland, Representative Richard Parks, 83, 86, 90, 97, 110, 117, 161, 213; as chair- man of the Committee on Coinage, 69; as Democratic presidential aspirant, 1896, 121, 131, 144-146; as possible Democratic vice presidential candidate, 1896, 149-150
Bland-Allison Act, 83, 86; passed, 63-64; vetoed, 64; passed over Hayes's veto, 64
Bliss, Cornelius, 165, 349
Boies, Horace, 67; supported by Bryan as presidential candidate, 1896, 70, 117; as Democratic presidential aspirant, 1896, 121, 144, 145; as possible Demo- cratic vice presidential candidate, 1896, 149, 161
Borou, Brian, 1
Bowbray, Baron William De, 1
Boyd, James E., 34, 44, 122
Bride, Cotter T., 328
Brisbane, Arthur, 249, 401-402
Broady, Jefferson H., 34; collects money in silver states for Bryan, 1892, 73
Brown, Charles W., 42
Bryan, Charles Wayland, 4, 341, 398; as business manager of The Commoner, 290; at the Denver convention, 405-410
Bryan, Frances, 4
Bryan, Grace Dexter, 49, 429
Bryan, John, 1
Bryan, Mary Elizabeth, 4
Bryan, Nancy Lillard, 4
Bryan, Russell Jones, 4, 16, 24
Bryan, Silas Lillard, 1, 2; ideas on educa- tion, 2; academic and legal education, 2; elected to Illinois state senate, 2; as state senator, 3; begins judicial ca- reer, 3; builds farm mansion, 3-4; children, 4; gentleman farmer, 4; in- fluence on William J. Bryan, 5, 7-8; in congressional campaign, 1872, 7; on William J. Bryan as a college student, 15; death, 23; legacy, 24

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