INDEX
Abbis, Mrs. Nancy, 198
Abbot, Jane, 28
Abbot, W. W., 28
Abner McGehee College, 40
Abolitionists, 45, 189, 332, 343
Abraham's life, 337
Acts of heroism, 128, 137, 138, 237, 385
Act, Reenslavement, 379
Act of 1805, 221
Adams, Mrs. H. P., saved by slave. 137- 138
Africa, 1, 2, 5, 7, 15, 126, 172, 192, 281, 316, 359
African, 147, 307, 339, 346, 348, 351, 358
African Colonization, 239
Africane, ship, 4, 154
Africans, 189, 193, 348
African Slave Trade, 192
Aiken, James L. G., 374
A Journey in the Seaboard States, 213
Alabama Agricultural Society, 47
Alabama American Party, 355
Alabama Bible Society, 40
Alabama Code of 1852, slave code, 215
Alabama Conference, Methodist Protestant church, 40
Alabama, Constitutional Union Party of, 358
Alabama Democracy, Convention of, 355, 357
Alabama Journal, 20, 22, 376, 393
Alabama Republican, 51, 120, 267, 277
Alabama river, 22, 24, 32, 34, 65, 151, 154, 272
Alabama Secession Convention, 358
Alabama State Colonization Society, 238
Alabama, States Rights Opposition Party of, 358
Alabama Supreme Court, 83, 166, 221
Alabama, Synod of, 296, 307, 309, 310
Alabama Territory, 18
Alabama Tribune, 202
Alabama, University of, 32, 349
Albritton, 165
Allenton, 30
Allain, Julie, 237
Allen, Matilda, division of estate, 146
Allen, 54
Alston, W. J., Congressman, defended slavery, 341, 343, 348, 350, 356
Amazon river, 189
Ambrister, G. B., 115-116
American Bible Society, New York, 40
American Colonization Society, 32, 238, 239
American Cotton Planter, 89
Andrew, Bishop James O., 326
Andrews, C. J. M., 228
Anglo-Saxon, 339, 384
Annals of the Academy of Political and Social Science, 242
Anti-Immigration Act of 1832, 367
Antioch, 307
Appalachicola river, 182
Arkansas, 148, 183
Armistead, Mahala, 381
Atlantic, 350
Atlantic Seaboard, 9
Atlantic States, 332
Atwood, Henry Stiles, will of, 119, 137, 230, 393
Atwood, W. Q., capitalist-orator, 393
Augusta, Georgia, 64, 153
Aurora, British Brig, 281
Austin, 255
Autauga, 227
Autauga County, 227, 272
Bagby, Governor A. P., 161, 162, on defense of slavery, 333; on abolitionist literature, 367; anxiety concerning free Negroes, 376
Bahama Islands, 182
Baldwin County, 17, 254, 363; free Negroes in, 383
Baldwin, Joseph G., 132

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  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Illustrations viii
  • Introduction ix
  • Notes xxi
  • Preface xxv
  • Acknowledgements xxvii
  • I - In the Colonial and Territorial Periods 1
  • II - Plantations and Planters 19
  • III - The Work of the Plantation: Overseer and Slave 44
  • IV - The Slave and the Plantation 81
  • V - Traffic in Slaves 141
  • VI - Hired Slave and Town Slave 195
  • VII - The Legal Status of the Slave 215
  • VIII - Crimes and Punishments of Slaves 242
  • IX - Runaways 266
  • X - The Church and the Slave 294
  • XI - The Defense of Slavery 332
  • XII - The Free Negro in Alabama Before 1865 361
  • Bibliography 399
  • Index 411
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