A Refugee from His Race: Albion W. Tourgée and His Fight against White Supremacy

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Index
A.M.E. Church Review, 160, 363 (n. 40)
Abbott, Reverend Lyman, 18
Abolitionist movement, 113–14, 150, 166, 241, 308, 381 (n. 127)
in Britain and America, 217, 222
legacy of, 28, 151, 170, 171
post Reconstruction, 166
Advance. See Chicago Advance
Affirmative action, 329, 331
African American newspapers, 111–12
and antilynching campaign, 226
Conservative, 169
eulogies of Tourgée, 322–23
following Ida B. Wells in Great Britain, 236–37
on Hawaiian annexation, 305
and militant demands for equal rights, 33, 72–73
and National Citizens’ Rights Association (NCRA), 150–52
not reaching white audiences, 38–39, 183, 189
reaction to Plessy v. Ferguson verdict, 285–86
reception of Pactolus Prime in, 81–82, 84
reprinting “Bystander” columns, 10, 20, 35, 40, 104–5, 151
on Tourgée, 20
See also specific newspapers
African American novelists, 7, 29, 339 (n. 16). See also individual authors
African American religious and political leaders, 115, 116, 117, 366 (n. 71). See also specific leaders
African Americans
achievements of, 7–8, 19–20, 22, 96, 125–26, 181, 227, 251, 340 (n. 33), 349 (n. 20)
alleged apathy of, 113, 159, 162, 164, 170, 219, 249, 254, 384 (n. 169), 393 (n. 115)
answering racism in “Bystander” column, 106–10
and armed self-defense, 45, 118, 154, 156, 158, 197, 200–202
on Blair bill, 15, 74
as cheap or unpaid labor, 20, 101, 125–26, 127, 202, 209
Conservative, 241, 244–46, 360 (n. 100)
correspondence
in “Bystander” column, 101–4, 134–36
with Tourgée, xiii, xv, 20–53, 84, 107–10, 112–18, 152–58, 160–63, 165, 335, 352 (n. 56), 357 (nn. 43, 44), 362 (n. 7)
See also specific correspondents
disfranchisement of, 10–11, 96–97,125–26, 133, 146–47, 158, 179, 190, 288, 329. See also Fifteenth Amendment
education for. See Education: for African Americans
as electoral strength, 95–97, 126–28
and emigration, 101, 157, 167, 190–92, 371 (n. 135)
and endorsements for Tourgée’s consulship, 296–99

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Figures ix
  • Preface xi
  • Acknowledgments xvii
  • Chapter One - A Straight-Talking Advocate 1
  • Chapter Two - Passing for Black in Pactolus Prime 54
  • Chapter Three - The "Bystander" 91
  • Chapter Four - The National Citizens’ Rights Association 149
  • Chapter Five - Campaigning against Lynching with Ida B. Wells and Harry C. Smith 196
  • Chapter Six - Representing People of Color and Challenging Jim Crow in the Plessy Case 253
  • Chapter Seven - The View from Abroad 294
  • Afterword 333
  • Notes 337
  • Bibliography 405
  • Index 423
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