A Southern Family in White & Black: The Cuneys of Texas

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INDEX
Addams, Jane, 105
African Americans: and black elites, 108; and “blue vein” societies, 96; in Boston, 109, 111, 116–17; in Chicago, 105; color consciousness of, 96; and Communism, 123; Constitutional Convention’s failure to protect civil rights of, 42; and defiance of Jim Crow Laws, 33–34; and disfranchisement, 70–71; education of, 96; and exodus movement, 55; and Great Migration, 105; and Greenback Party, 53, 54; and Louisiana, 119; lynching of, 70; and miscegenation, 3–4,16; and mixed race, 16, 95–96; music of, 115–16; and northern sentiment, 51; and “passing” into white community, 104; political sophistication of, 54; and Populist Party, 88; and Reconstruction process, 41,42; and Republican party, 51–52; and Rutherford B. Hayes, 51–52; and Texas Loyal Union League, 41; Texas population of, 52; and Texas Republican party, 48,54, 60; and segregation, 96; and segregation of education, 36, 42,49; and segregation of public schools in Galveston, 35–36, 38; violence against, 42–43, 70–71; and voter registration, 42; and women, 98–99
African American Methodist Episcopal Church, 105
Alderman, Frank Mitchell, 30
Allen, C. J., 32
Allen, Richard: and black exodus movement, 54, 55; as candidate for Lt. Governor, 54; at state convention (1884), 65
Allied Art Centre. See Cuney-Hare, Maud
Allison, William, 74, 77, 89–90
American Missionary Association, 134
Antarah ibn Shaddad al-‘Absi, 121
Archinard, Caesar, 4
Archinard, John, 4
Arthur, Chester A., 57, 63
Atlanta Constitution, 100
Austin County, 6, 7, 8,15
Austin Opera House, 103
Ball, George, 29
Barr, Alwyn, 52
Bellville, Tex., 8
Biggs and Company, 114
“black and tans,” 88
black elite, 111–12,116
Blaine, James G.: and Benjamin Harrison, 74; and black civil rights, 50; candidacy of (1884), 63, 65–67, 74, 80; and CreditMobilier, 51; and Frederick Douglass, 50–51; and Norris Wright Cuney, 50–51,56; possible candidacy of, 56; racial views of, 50; as Secretary of State, 50
Blake, Eubie, 133
Blanchard, Alred and Gary, 5
Blassingame, John, 11

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Illustrations vii
  • Preface ix
  • Acknowledgments xiii
  • Chapter 1 - Politician and Slaveholder 3
  • Chapter 2 - Labor and Civic Leader 15
  • Chapter 3 - Political Education, 1869–83 40
  • Chapter 4 - New Leader of the Party 60
  • Chapter 5 - Party and Patronage 77
  • Chapter 6 - Maud Cuney 94
  • Chapter 7 - Musician, Director, Writer 108
  • Chapter 8 - Conclusion 138
  • Notes 143
  • Bibliography 163
  • Index 169
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