The Freedmen's Bureau and Reconstruction: Reconsiderations

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INDEX
Affleck, Thomas, 264
Afro-Creoles, 140–56, 157n7
agents, of Freedmen's Bureau. See
Freedmen's Bureau; agents of Alabama: conditions in, 3–4, 46–47; and Freedmen's Bureau, 46–62; and Southern Homestead Act, 72–73; black codes in, 262
Albert, William J., 300
Alexander, William, 265, 278
Allen, G. S., 243
Alvord, John Watson, 124, 137 n1, 292
American Freedmen's Inquiry Commission, 226
American Freedmen's Union Commission, 123
American Missionary, The, 124, 129, 134, 303
American Missionary Association, xxvii, xxxi, 119–36; origins of, 119; and education, 119, 124–36, 289; and free labor, 120, 122–23, 124, 125–27, 317; and women, 125; and teachers, 126–28
American Missionary Commission, 95
Amnesty Proclamation, 150
Andrews, C. C., 48
apprenticeship, 263–74, 283n22, 285n33
Arkansas: freedmen entering, 73–75; and Southern Homestead Act, 73–77, 78, 86, 97, 106; conditions in, 93–94, 98–99; Freedmen's Bureau in, 93–113; Constitutional Convention (1867), 100; violence in, 104
Armstrong, Samuel Chapman, 129, 133–34
Armstrong, William, 168
Army (Union), xxi-xxiii, 3–4; and Freedmen's Bureau, 18–19, 21, 23, 98–99, 130, 223, 326–27, 331; and emancipation, 47; and freedpeople, 47–56, 158n15, 158n16, 163–64; free labor, 49, 54, 195–97; white southerners, 49, 53; land redistribution, 144, 158n16; in Louisiana, 153, 157n7, 195; in Texas, 261
Austin, William P., 171–72
Baird, Absalom, 84, 152, 153
Baltimore American, 298, 304
Baltimore Association for the Moral and Educational Improvement of Colored People, 289, 290, 296, 299, 304, 305, 308
Baltimore City Council, 289
Banks, Nathaniel, xxii, 144–45, 151, 196, 199
Barker, E. G., 100, 107–8
Barney, J. W., xxx Bass, Allen G., 338n25
Bates, Edward, 35
Battle, B. F., 227
Becker, C. R., 246

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