Immigrant Women in the Settlement of Missouri

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Index
Abeles, Rachel Block, and family members, 14
Abramovitz, Kathrine, and family members, 19
Africa, 62
African Americans, xii, 28–29, 35, 42, 47, 71, 73, 121. See also Slavery
Alcohol, 51–52, 105, 114, 117, 132
Alexandra, M., 76
Amazonia, 57
Americans. See Anglo-Americans
Anderson, Joseph, 14–16
Andrews, Gregg, 129, 131–32
Anglo-Americans, 5–6, 8; immigrant differences from, 23–27, 33, 35, 96–97; immigrant relations with, 7, 16, 51–52, 64–65, 75, 99, 103, 114, 123, 132. See also Alcohol; Religion: Sunday observance
Arkansas, 100, 102
Asian immigrants, 129, 132
Atlantic crossing, 13–14, 16, 18, 36–40, 46, 63, 65, 131
Augusta, 108
Austrian immigrants, 12, 128
Austro-Hungarian Empire, 96, 136
Austro-Hungarian immigrants, 90, 95–96. See also Austrian immigrants; Bohemian immigrants; Czech immigrants; Hungarian immigrants
Bandini, Pietro, 100
Bartolec, Ann, 125
Bay, 18
Belgian immigrants, 9
Berger, Mary, 75
Bethel, 9, 66–67, 107–8
Biltz, Marie Wurmb, 81
Block, Jacob and Phineas, 14
Block, Wolf, 16–17
Bode, Elizabeth, 21
Bode, Henry, 21, 38, 60–61
Bohemia, 14, 16–17, 113
Bohemian Hill, 12, 113
Bohemian immigrants, 9–10, 16–18, 75, 113–14, 121, 128–29. See also Czech immigrants
Bonnots Mill, 98
Boonville, 107, 110
Borries, Philip von, 60
Brackenridge, Henry, 23–25, 27, 34
Bricefield. See Pulaskifield
Bruns, Jette Geisberg, and family members, 21, 40–41, 54, 56, 84–86, 105–7, 133–34
Bucklin, 89–90
Bucklin Methodist Church, 89
Buerger, Johanne, and family members, 19
Burst, Emma, and family members, 87
Buse, John, 97–98
Businesses: women in, 34, 52, 103–6, 115, 121, 126–27, 131, 135
Cainsville, 17–18, 20
California, 3, 111, 126

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