Colonial Revivals: The Nineteenth-Century Lives of Early American Books

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INDEX
abolitionism, 89, 138, 141; fanaticism and, 113; Quaker historical societies and, 125–26
Adams, Charles Francis, 76, 80; Columbus and, 175–76; imperialism and, 153
Adorno, Rolena, 164, 228n8
Africa, 89, 138, 176. See also Liberian colonization
African American historians, 23, 89, 114–20, 188–89; Anglo-African identity and, 117–18; archivist activism and, 222n148; digitization and, 238n56; Liberian colonization and, 118–19
African Repository, 118–19
Afrocentrism, 114–15
Agassiz, Louis, 187
Alexandria, Library of, 115, 178, 181; digitization and, 194
Allen, Thomas, 29, 201n78, 203n16
American Antiquarian Society, 24, 32; bibliophilia and, 41; Just Teach One program and, 191; Lenape treaty and, 121; library acquisition and, 43; materiality and, 183; reprinting and, 33
American Anti-Slavery Society, 125
American Apollo, 54–55
American Archives (Force), 35
American Biography (Belknap), 81
American Colonization Society (ACS), 118–19
American exceptionalism, 6; Columbus and, 165; imperialism and, 161; objectivity toward, 197n30; regionalism and, 138; southern variant of, 22, 88–89, 96
American Magazine, 35
American Philosophical Society, 124
anachronism, 1, 13, 23, 45, 58, 67; African American historians and, 119; Bacon’s Rebellion and, 104; Fox and, 149; historical romance and, 199n54; Lenape treaty and, 122, 134; Norman/ Saxon divide and, 89, 114; Puritans and, 81
Anderson, Benedict, 13–14
Andrew, John, 136
Andrus, Silas, 64–65, 67, 211n56
Anglo-African identity, 117–18
Anglo-African Magazine, 117, 222n152
Anglo-Normans, 23, 89, 111–14; African American historians and, 114–20; Anglo-African identity and, 117–18; Liberian colonization and, 118–19
Anglo-Saxons, 23, 89, 111–14; African American historians and, 114–20; Liberian colonization and, 118–19; memory and, 225n40 “Anglo-Saxons and Anglo-Africans” (S.S.N.), 117–18
Annals of Philadelphia (Watson), 126
annotation, 76–77, 82
Antinomianism, 76–80; Old Testament precedents of, 77; Puritan persecution of Quakers and, 129; spiritual authority and, 139
“Antiquarian, The” (Senefelder Lithograph Company), 38–39
antiquarianism, 1–5, 21–25; bibliographical romance and, 38, 40, 43; bibliophilia and, 36–38, 40–45; death metaphors and, 16–21; Hawthorne and, 45–51; history and, 10–11; oblivion and, 19–21, 26–29; reprinting and, 5–9, 33–35; Stern on, 206n53; stewardship and, 29–33; temporality and, 12–16
apologetics, 76, 81
Apology for the True Christian Doctrine (Barclay), 140, 226n57
“Archive Fever” (Derrida), 5–6
“Archives and Histories of Racial Capitalism” (Morgan), 178

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