The Training of an American: The Earlier Life and Letters of Walter H. Page, 1855-1913

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INDEX
Age, The, Louisville, the rise and fall of, 124, 125, 132.
Alden, Henry Mills, editor of Harper's Magazine, 294, 347.
Alderman, Edwin A., hears Page lecture at Chapel Hill, 119, 398; on Hookworm Commission, 372; offered presidency of University of St. Louis, 380; his efforts in cause of education, 401; member of Southern Education Board, 406; anecdote of, 409.
Allen, James Lane, 296.
American authors, 66.
American-British friendship, 261, 264.
American Educational Association, meeting of, 390.
American history, conception of, as the evolution of a nation, 37.
American life, in the early eighties, 156.
American people, mobbishness of, 271.
Americans, at German universities, 93, 94, 98.
Anderson, Mary, 156.
Anti-Imperialist League, 267.
Aristophanes, 81.
Armstrong, Gen. Samuel C., creator of Hampton Institute, 404.
Arnold, Matthew, 55, 109.
Ashe, Sam, 226.
Ashland, Va., seat of Randolph-Macon College, 49-51.
Atlanta, Ga., newspaper letter from, 148.
Atlanta Constitution, the, 151.
Atlantic Monthly, and the "Tin Box," 209; Page becomes editor of, 232; character of, 233; its loss of patronage, 234; restored by Page, 234, 235; Page's statement of the purpose of, 250; attitude of, on the Spanish War, 255-61; Bliss Perry becomes editor of, 348, 349.
Author, and publisher, Page's philosophy of the relationship between, 360- 66.
Aycock, Charles B., hears Page lecture at Chapel Hill, 119; new educational system of North Carolina specially indebted to, 191, 192, 402, 406; Governor of North Carolina, 402; death of, 417. -- Letter from: on the "Mummies," 192.
Baldwin, William H., his public work, 404; member of Southern Education Board, 406; president of General Education Board, 418; death of, 417.
Balfour, Arthur J., 261.
Baltimore, Md., 73.
Barclay, Esther (1), landlady of the Half Way House between Raleigh and Fayetteville, N.C., 11.
Barclay, Esther (2), wife of John Samuel Raboteau, daughter of Esther Barclay (1), 12.
Barrett, Lawrence, 156.
Barringer, Rufus, of North Carolina, 181.
Baskervill, W. M., of Vanderbilt University, 51.
Beecher, Henry Ward, 156.
Bell, Moberly, dinner to, 374.
Bellamy, Edward, his "Looking Backward," 258.
Berlin, life at, 94-101; the University of, 98; the Royal Library at, 98; the Royal Museum at, 100, 101.
Bible, on the interpretation of, 127-29.
Bierne, Richard, Congressman and editor, 51.
Bingham, Major Robert, a proprietor of Bingham School, 24, 181.
Bingham, William, founder of Bingham School, 23.
Bingham School, Mebane, N.C., 23-26.
Biscoe, N.C., 279.
Blackweil, Robert E., president of Randolph-Macon College, 51.
Blair, Francis P., 309, 316.
Bledsoe, Dr. Albert Taylor, his review of Hawthorne's novels, 321.
Bohn Library, 358.
Booth, Edwin, 156, 278.
Boykin, E. T., of North Carolina, 181.
Boyle, Virginia Frazer, letter to, on disease as subject for novel, 294, 295.
Branson, Prof. E. C., leader in work for advancement of North Carolina, 172; his statement of the purpose of the North Carolina Club, 173 n.; member of the Watauga Club, 173 n.
British-American friendship, influence of Great Britain's attitude in 1898 on, 261, 264.

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