Dangerous Donations: Northern Philanthropy and Southern Black Education, 1902-1930

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Index
Abolitionists, 9, 66, 188
Adams, Charles Francis, Jr., 66, 75
African American community: attitudes toward education at the end of slavery, ix, 13—15; Baptist Churches, 17, 19, 93, 105; colleges, 104—5, 210—11, 213, 214; criticisms of philanthropists, 9—10, 41, 45, 49, 56—57, 58—59, 104, 214; denominations, 16—19, 26, 36, 93, 101—2; educational development, 10, 11, 15, 16, 19, 20, 41, 191—218; educational goals, 3—4, 5, 13—14, 37—38, 214; educational history, ix—xi, 1—12, 213—18; efforts to control black schools, ix, 13—14, 20, 38, 214; high schools, 9, 20, 61, 99—100, 105, 213, 214; ministers, 15; opposition to distinctive black curriculum, 13—14, 23, 37—38, 91; philanthropy to black schools, 36—37; poverty, 35—36
African American teachers, 10, 14—16, 21—24, 38, 100, 130, 193; commitment to “civilization, ” 25, 27—28, 38; commitment to racial pride, 24—25; commitment to Victorian behavior, 25; concern for their own well-being, 31—32; educate for racial leadership and racial uplift, 31, 38; stress Christian beliefs, 26, 38; views on industrial and liberal arts education, 28—31, 38
African Civilization Society (ACS), 17—18
African Methodist Episcopal Church (AME), 17—19, 36
African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church (AMEZ), 17—19
African Orthodox Church, 141
Allen University, 18
American Association of Educators of
Colored Youth (AAECY), 22—23, 24, 36
American Baptist Home Mission Society, 87, 102, 103—4
American Church Institute for Negroes (ACIN), xi, 5—7, 31, 53, 109—54, 155—90, 214; appeals for funds, 111—13, 133—39, 147—50; board goals, 122—23, 173—74; criticized by Du Bois, 119—20, 148—50, 170—71; distrusted by white southerners, 128—33, 135, 138, 139—40, 143—44; fund-raising under Bishop, 135—39, 141—54; fund-raising under Patton, 166, 183—89; GEB concerns about effectiveness, 173—74; gifts to black schools under Bishop, 138, 152; gifts to black schools under Patton, 166, 183—89; ignored by historians, xi, 5—6, 187—89; imitates GEB, 109—10, 111, 113, 122; Jones Report gives negative assessment, 162—63; Okolona crisis and limits of its southern racial policy, 168—73; origins, 110—23. See also Episcopal Church
American Citizen, An,64, 73—74, 82, 195
American Missionary Association, 5, 29, 77, 87, 103, 152, 193—94, 216, 222
American Negro Academy, 19, 32—34
American Social Science Association, 68, 74
Anderson, Hob, 168
Anderson, James D., 47, 64, 69n,89—90, 215n
Armstrong, Samuel C., 42, 84, 115
Association of Negro Rural and Industrial Schools, 106, 213
Atlanta Baptist College, 105. See also Morehouse College
Atlanta Independent,59, 68

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