Irish Nationalists and the Making of the Irish Race

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Index
abolitionism (in Ireland), 65–66, 86, 88–92, 97, 99–102, 106, 113; and anti-Catholicism, 71–72, 89, 102. See also Religious Society of Friends; Webb, Richard Davis
abolitionism (in the United States): and anti-Catholicism, 65, 71–72, 78, 279n49; and “come-outerism,” 67, 278n35; and Irish immigrants, 65, 67–69; and nativism, 67, 69, 72, 78, 279n49. See also Douglass Frederick; Garrison, William Lloyd; Remond, Charles Lenox
Aborigines’ Protection Society, 60
Act of Settlement (1652), 22
Adams, President John Quincy, 79–80
“Address of the Irish People to Their Countrymen and Countrywomen in America” (Irish Address), 65–66, 67, 68, 73, 74, 86; origins of, 65–66; radicalism of, 66; signers of, 113– 14; unveiled at Boston’s Faneuil Hall, 66, 100
African Blood Brotherhood for African Liberation and Redemption (ABB), 54, 184, 199; character and purpose of, 201, 308–9n83; founding of, 200; and Irish Republican Brotherhood, 201
Allen, Richard, 65, 67, 68, 92, 99, 101, 112–13
American Anti-Slavery Society, 90, 117
American Association for the Recognition of the Irish Republic: ascent and decline of, 246; and Peter Golden, 243, 315n53
American Federation of Labor, 229, 230
American Land League, 126
American Legion, 231
American Negro Academy, 190
American Revolution: Irish views of, 24–25, 50, 113
American Women Pickets for the Enforcement of America’s War Aims, 224, 226–27, 235
Amery, Leo, 42
Amritsar Massacre, 176
Anglo-Irish Committee, 158, 159, 160, 163
Anglo-Irish Treaty, 149, 173, 194, 196, 210, 242, 243, 249; and Catholic hierarchy in Ireland, 253
anti-Irish stereotypes, 9–10, 20, 24, 28–36, 38– 43; evolution, and summary, of, 44–45; and Giraldus Cambrensis, 17–18, 19; and Irish nationalist response to, 44, 46–47, 53, 14344. See also Beddoe, John; Carlyle, Thomas; Knox, Robert
Appiah, Kwame Anthony, 3
Arnold, Matthew, 31
Asgard: and the Howth gunrunning, 160–63
Bailey, Betsy, 93
Bailey, Frederick. See Douglass, Frederick
Barrett, Richard, 252, 254
Bartlett, Thomas, 25, 27
Barton, Agnes, 150
Barton, Charles, 150
Barton, Robert, 154, 158; and Anglo-Irish Treaty, 172–73; conversion to Irish nationalism of, 154–55; and Mary Childers, 159; portrait of, 154–55
Battle of Aughrim (1691), 23
Battle of the Boyne (1690), 23
Béaslaí, Piaras, 173, 248
Beddoe, John, 7, 39; author of The Races of Britain (1885), 40; on the “dark-complexioned aborigines” of the west of Ireland, 39–40; and Index of Nigrescence, 40; portrait of, 39
Benedict XV (pope), 234
Benedict, Ruth: coauthor of The Races of Mankind (1943), 8; on racial identity and discrimination, 8
Benyon, John, 121
Berkeley, Bishop George, 24
Black Star Line, 198
Blake, Colonel John, 134
Boers, 14; and black Africans, 130–31, 135–38, 142–43, 146; and Catholicism, 146–47; Great Trek of, 135–36; history of, 130–33; nationalism of, 153; and South African War, 132–33, 135, 137–38, 167
Boer War. See South African War (1899–1902)
Boland, Harry, 217, 218, 222, 230, 235, 242, 246; and acts of sabotage in the United States, 228–29; and Eamon de Valera, 226; and Irish Patriotic Strike, 228, 235, 237, 315n59; and Irish Republican Brotherhood, 228; portrait of, 226

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