In the Shadow of Liberty: The Chronicle of Ellis Island

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INDEX
Abbatemaggio case, 90
Adler, Felix, 185
Africa, 44, 148, 204, 209, 286, 290-291 et al passim
American Civil Liberties Union, 313
American Federation of Labor, 184
American Protective Association, 48
Arthur, Chester A., 159-160
Asia, 148, 272, 275-276, 278-280
Asquith, Mr., 247, 256
Austria and Austrians, 14, 40, 43, 51, 55, 225-226, 270, 272-273
Baker, Percy J., 66, 102, 120-124, 198, 298
Balbo, 223, 306-307
Barbusse, Henri, 179-182, 185
Barge Office, 38, 62, 64, 72, 82, 114, 120, 155-156, 267, 284, 298
Barnes, Ed., 298
Barnum, P. T., 60
Battery, 72, 114, 118, 218, 267, 302
Battle, George Gordon, 233, 237
Bauer, Col., 272, 275
Bedloe's Island, 59
Belgrade, 10, 225, 228et al passim
Belmont, Mrs. O. H. P., 251, 254
Berkman, Alexander, 191, 193, 195, 199- 200
Berger, Victor, 194
Berlin, 220, 228, 232, 271, 275, 279
Bierce, Ambrose, 191
Black Tom Explosion, 113, 117-120, 127
Blatch, Harriet Stanton, 208, 251
Board of Special Inquiry, 75, 78, 85, 90, 106, 122, 136, 204, 229, 244, 252, 255, 264-265
Britain and British. See England and English
Budapest, 272, 275et al passim
California, 45, 160, 181, 264et al passim
Canada, 145-147, 161, 207, 257, 280 et al passim
Caracas, 230-245passim
Cardi, Enrico, 141-142
Carnegie Institute, 207
Carr, Mrs. Gordon, 203, 205
Carroll, Earl, 208, 210
Castine, Frank, 162-163
Castle Garden, 38, 59-61, 190, 266, 283
Castro, Cipriano, 120, 229-245, 248, 261
Catt, Carrie Chapman, 251
Chamberlain, Sir Austen, 279
Chelmsford-Montague reforms, 278
Chermont, E. L., 88
Chicago, 55, 125, 154, 192, 224, 267 et al passim
China and Chinese, 137, 159-176passim, 181, 192, 264, 272-273, 275, 279, 303, 305-307et al passim
Chinese Chamber of Commerce, 164, 169, 174
Chinese Exclusion Act, 160
Clark, John H., 55
Communipaw Explosion, 113, 115-117

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