Index
Aberdeen, Jane Melville, 376
abolitionist.... See antislavery ...
Acushnet (ship), 81
Adams, Henry, 300
Education of Henry Adams, The,369-70
Adams, John, 333
Adams, John Quincy, 33, 94, 96, 203
Adams, Ruth, 103
FD searches for, in Omaha, 373
FD's letters to, 222n.,373-74
Addams, Jane, 377
" Address to the People of the United States" speech ( 1883), 315-16
Africa
achievements ignored, 224
FD visits ( 1886), 324, 329-32
African American leaders
call meeting on civil rights ( Louisville, 1883), 314-17
conflicts among, 314-17
and Democratic party, 347
FD's estrangement from, 364
women. See antislavery movement, women in; Terrell, Mary Church; Wells-Barnett, Ida B.; Williams, Fannie Barrier
See also antislavery leaders, African American
African Americans
achievers, 244
as agents of their own destiny, 191
and ( John) Brown, 194-95
citizenship of, and full representation, 206
Constitution and, 106, 168, 172-73, 204-7
feel betrayed by FD's second marriage, 320
Fifteenth Amendment and. See Constitution ( U.S.), Fifteenth Amendment
Fourteenth Amendment and, 205, 255, 314, 318
optimism of, 249, 269
and Republican party, 189, 279, 289, 305, 315, 316, 317, 347
as soldiers. See Civil War, black soldiers in
white attitudes toward, 191, 195, 368-69. See also racism
African Methodist Episcopal Church, 37, 81-82
African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church, 81-82, 85
Akerman, Amos, 277
Alaska, 344
Albany, N.Y.: convention on blacks' and women's franchise (1866), 266-67
Alexandria, Va., 253, 254
Allen, Richard, 126
Alpha (newspaper), 311
Alpha Suffrage Club, 377
Altgeld, John Peter, 375
Alvord, John W., 281, 283
Amanda (sloop), 40
American and Foreign Anti-Slavery Society, 139, 153, 168
FD addresses ( 1853), 175
American Anti-Slavery Society, 87
disbands ( 1870), 273
FD's relations with: ( 1840s), 101, 107-08, 112, 113, 121, 122, 136, 147, 148; (I850s), 169, 170, 175-76, 202. See also Garrisonian ideology: FD and
fires FD as lecturer, 149
founded ( 1833), 89
( William Lloyd) Garrison calls for disbanding, 238
meetings, 98, 99, 113-14, 148, 155, 165, 168
resolution condemning Constitution ( 1851), 169
year of the Hundred Conventions ( 1843), 104
American Equal Rights Assoaation, 249, 265-46
American Freedmen's Aid Society, 241-42

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  • Contents ix
  • Illustrations xi
  • 1: Tuckahoe 3
  • 2: Wye House 11
  • 3: Fells Point 26
  • 4: St. Michaels 40
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