No Chariot Let Down: Charleston's Free People of Color on the Eve of the Civil War

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Abbeville, S.C., 73, 77
Abolitionist, 68, 129-30, 144
Abraham (slave in Charleston), 122- 23
Abraham (slave of William Ellison), 45
Adams, James Hopkins, 147-48
Adams (E. L.) and Frost (E.H.), 29- 31, 114, 128-29
Adams Express Company, 48-49, 52, 53
Adger, James, 32, 113
Adger, James, Jr., 32, 110, 113, 114
Adger, Joseph Ellison, 29, 32, 113
Adger, Robert, 113
Adger's North Wharf, 31, 113, 114, 129
African missions, 49-50
Afro-American: the term defined, 18. See also Black; Brown; Colored; Free mulatto elite; Free people of color; Mulatto; Negro; Slaves
Aiken, S.C., 102, 108
Aiken Street, 29, 30
American Hotel, 57, 59, 65, 68
America Street, 127
Amherst Street, 51, 77, 80, 82, 97
Anderson, Nelson, 86, 99
Anderson, Major Robert, 148
Anderson, Dr. W. W., 78
Anderson, S.C., 86, 99
Andrews, Warren W., 86, 98
Artisans, 3, 5, 6, 10-12, 18, 25-26, 28-29, 30-34, 37-39, 41-42, 45-46, 48-49, 51-53, 56, 58, 60, 62-63, 65-67, 69, 70-71, 76-77, 79, 81-82, 86, 88, 93, 97-98, 103, 106, 108-11, 116, 124-26, 132- 33, 136, 139. See also specific crafts
Ashley Street, 116
Aspinall, Albert, 85, 97, 124, 125
Atlantic Ocean, 115
Augusta, Ga., 67, 108
Badges. See Laws; Slave badges
Ballou, Mrs. Gery Leffelman, 3, 17
Baltimore, Md., 62, 67
Baltimore American Republican and Daily Clipper, 53-54
Baltimore Sun, 136
Barber, 42, 60, 82, 103, 116
Barguet, Bisset, 130
Barnwell, Robert Woodward, 147-48
Barquet, Edward, 128, 130
Barquet, John P., 128, 130
Bass, H. L., 109, 112
Baxter, Edward F., 49, 51
Beard, Anthony, 41-42
Beard, Edward, 102, 107
Beard, Samuel, 41-42
Beaufain Street, 25, 115
Beaufort, S.C., 148
Benanhaly, Elizabeth, 26-27
Benanhaly, S.: letter from, 34-35
Benbow family, 29, 32
Bennett, John, 98
Berlin, Ira, 18, 19
Bing, Gordon, 116
Bing, John, 110, 116
Birnie, C. W., 24, 27, 107
Black: the term defined, 18. See also Afro-American; Brown; Colored; Free mulatto elite; Free people of color; Mulatto; Negro; Slaves
Black inferiority, whites' belief in, 7, 10, 13-14, 41, 43-44, 86, 104-5, 107, 132-35, 137-41, 144-46. See also Whites: attitudes toward free Negroes
Bonneau, Eliza. See Johnston, Eliza (Bonneau)
Bonneau, Frances Pinckney. See Holloway, Frances Pinckney (Bonneau)
Bonneau, Francis M., 70
Bonneau, Harriett, A.See Ellison, Harriett A. (Bonneau)
Bonneau, Jeanette Stephens (Mrs.

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  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Illustrations ix
  • Acknowledgments xi
  • Abbreviations Used in Notes xiii
  • Introduction 3
  • Notes 17
  • Letters 21
  • Bibliography Of Sources Cited 155
  • Index 161
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