Educational Reconstruction: African American Schools in the Urban South, 1865-1890

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Acme Literary Association, 81–84, 161
American Baptist Home Mission Society, 21, 207n29
American Freedmen’s Union Commission, 19, 32, 70–72
American Missionary, The, 96–97, 140, 177
American Missionary Association, 17–18, 21–22, 24, 32–33, 39, 54, 57–63, 89–94, 96–101, 104, 142–44, 148–49, 179–80
Anglo-African, 16, 69
Aristotle Literary Club, 100–1
Armstrong, Samuel Chapman, 181, 193
arson, 41–45, 49, 96–98, 152, 177–78
Ash, William, 96, 99–100, 101
Baker School, 24, 67, 80, 110, 115, 159, 162
Berry, Lawrence S., 49–50, 133, 136
Binford, James, 77, 103, 110–12, 114, 118, 124
Blair education bill, 11, 171, 181, 183–87, 189–95, 197, 234n3
Blair, Henry W., 186–90, 196, 234n3
Bowser, James Herndon, 72–73, 81, 85, 87, 215n12
Bowser, Rosa L., 72–73, 75, 78–79, 81, 84–85, 120
boycott as protest strategy, 99, 112, 179
Bradford, C. A., 52–53, 55, 93
Branch, E. C, 37–40, 45, 90
Branch, Laura, 146
Broad Street Academy, 102–3, 179–81, 192
Brown, Gen. Orlando, 24, 28, 69–71
Buckley, Rev. Charles W. (C. W.), 38, 40, 53–54, 90
Burrell Colored Normal School, 89
Caldwell, William Aymar (W. Aymar), 95–96, 98–102, 148, 178, 180, 221n19
Canedy, Bessie, 21, 71–72
Caraway, John, 49–50, 136
Carlton, Hubbard, 122, 160, 165
Caughey, Emma, 97, 177
Chase, C. Thurston, 24, 207n27
Chase, Lucy, 17
Chase, Sarah, 17
Chiles, Marietta, 77
citizenship, 2–3, 5–6, 8–11, 15–17, 25, 27, 29, 34, 37, 39, 42–44, 49–50, 53, 57, 52, 68, 81–82, 84, 91, 103, 107–9, 126, 130–31, 147, 152, 154, 157–58, 166, 170–71, 174, 192, 196, 198
Clark, Frances E., 110
common school movement, 5, 36–37, 39, 49, 54, 69, 71, 73, 116, 125, 145, 152, 192, 204n15
Constitution of 1875, Alabama, 153, 182
Constitutional convention, Alabama, 49–52, 54–59
Constitutional convention, Virginia, 28–30
Cravath, E. M., 136, 141–42, 150
Creole Fire Company No. 1, 46–48
Creoles of color, 37, 39, 45–50, 52–53, 55–57, 59, 63, 91–92, 94, 110, 144–45, 148, 150–52, 175–77, 179, 181–82, 184
Cromwell, John W., 69, 110, 114, 117, 122, 124, 126–28
curriculum: common school, 39, 69, 71, 73, 116, 145; Freedmen’s School, 20, 23, 39, 41; normal school, 12, 72–74, 93–95, 102, 182; public school, 9, 12, 86, 119, 141–42, 181
Dabney, Rev. Robert L., 124–28
Dabney, Wendell Phillip, 77
Daily Dispatch, 74, 110–11, 113, 125, 128, 170, 191

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