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Continental Congress (U.S.), 454n

Contraband: See Blacks, as contraband

Contraband Relief Society (Washington, D.C.), 19n

Conway, Thomas W., 520, 520—21n

Cook, John F., 97, 355, 397

Cooke, Henry D., 305n, 550n

Cooper, Isaac, 136n

Cooper, Peter, 3, 176, 176n:

Cooper Institute, New York City, 51n, 176, 591; Douglass at, 3, 51, 82n, 172, 581, 585n, 594; Douglass speaks at, 333; founding of, 176n

Copperheads, 118, 127, 128n, 148; criticize Douglass, 29; Election-Day plot (1864) and, 34n. See also Democratic Party; Peace Democrats

Corcoran, William W., 618—19

Corliss engine, 596

Cornell, Alonzo B. , 535n; character of, 536—37, 610—11; Roscoe Conkling and, 535n; Douglass campaigns for, 610-11; as governor of New York, 535n; as gubernatorial candidate, 533, 535-38, 536n, 540; Republican Party and, 537nn

Cornell, Ezra, 535n

Cornell University, Ithaca, N.Y., 282n, 535n

Corona, N .Y., 279n

Costa Rica, 501n

Cotton Kingdom, The (Olmsted), 447n

Council of Trouble (Netherlands), 188n

Court of France, 169

Court of St. James, 169

Cowan, Edgar, 161, 161—62n

Cowley, Abraham: quoted, 523, 523n

Cowper, William, 610; quoted, 45, 225, 250, 359n, 490

Creswell, John A. J., 554n, 558, 558n, 559n

Crimean War, 17n

Crisis (Paine), 415n

Crittenden Compromise, 53n

Crogman, William H., 329

Cromwell, Oliver, 237n, 379

Crummell, Alexander, 92; Garrison and, 503

Cuba, 212; cock-fighting in, 352n; Christopher Columbus in, 346n; proposed annexation of, 606; revolts against Spanish rule, 204, 204n; Spanish-American War and, 489n

Curran, John Philpot, 331n

Currency policy: Thomas F. Bayard, Sr., and, 472n; David Davis and, 534—35; Gold Standard and, 535—36; Silver and, 534n. See also Greenbacks

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Curtin, Andrew G., 134—35

Curtis, George William, 537, 537n

Cushing, Caleb: Douglass hears, 368, 368nn

Custom House, Boston, Mass., 416n

Danville, Va., 71n

Dark Lantern, 523

Dartmouth College, Hanover N.H., 27n

d'Artois, comte: See Charles X (king of France)

David Copperfield (Dickens), 164-65n

Davis, David, 534—35, 535

Davis, Henry Winter, 37, 37n, 270

Davis, Jefferson, 8, 63, 73, 117n, 158, 287—88n, 457, 488n; anti-northern sentiment of, 611; black soldiers and, 55—56; compared to Andrew Johnson, 593; Confederate Memorial Day celebrations and, 486n; Democratic Party and, 578; denies criminal action, 336n; incarceration and release of, 122, 122n, 539, 539n, 593; Robert E. Lee and, 280n; quoted, 486; Santo Domingo and, 604

Davis, Mary F., 218

Davis, Paulina W., 218, 218n

Dayton, William Lewis, 22n

De Agri Cultura (Cato), 383n

Decatur, Stephen, 449n; quoted, 449

Declaration of Independence: blacks and, 67; centennial celebration of, 408n, 409, 417; equality of men proclaimed in, 25, 25n, 100, 120, 126, 228, 312; principles of, 15, 59n, 140, 157, 233, 272, 295, 299, 319, 323, 497; quoted, 272, 307, 419—20

Deerhound (ship), 227—28n

Delaware, 142n, 451; emancipation in, 23n; politicians of, 472n, 604

Delaware River, 465

Delmonico Building, New York City, 481

Demeunier, Jean Nicholas, 432n

Democratic Party, 271—72, 323, 329n, 414, 568; annexation of Texas and, 535; black migration and, 528; blacks and, 298—99, 600, 601—03; black suffrage and, 144—45, 178—79, 179n, 261, 340—41, 511n, 535—36, 579; in California, 250n; candidates of, 310n, 325, 326, 327n, 330, 337n, 358n, 492, 492n, 534n. 537n, 548n, 567, 567nn, 568n, 574n, 575n, 582, 586n, 591, 602-03; Chinese immigration and, 250n; Civil Rights Act (1875) and, 426n; civil service reform and, 442n; in Civil War, 21, 33—34n; Civil War and, 8—9, 277, 578—79, 591; colonization of blacks and, 57n; conventions of, 282, 400—01n, 536n, 567, 567nn,

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572n; Douglas Democrats in, 485; Douglass criticizes, 19—20, 36, 58, 148n, 204, 278—81 , 288, 491—92, 534—36, 591, 601—03, 611; in election of 1862, 11n; in election of 1863, 19; in election of 1864, 33n, 36—37; in election of 1870, 276n; in election of 1874, 417n; in election of 1876, 492n; in election of 1878, 493n; in election of 1879, 534n; in election of 1884, 472n; federal election laws and, 540—41 , 580n; fifteenth amendment and, 340n, 535n; fourteenth amendment and, 340n, 535n; Fugitive Slave Law (1850) and, 288—89, 404, 602; in Georgia, 237n; in Illinois, 535n; in Indiana, 276, 276n, 567n; Andrew Johnson and, 125n, 426a; Ku Klux Klan and, 604; Liberal Republican Party and, 330n, 400—01n, 574n; in Louisiana, 404-05n, 486n; in Maryland, 49n, 558n; members of, 52n, 91n, 124n, 148n, 161n, 163n, 178n, 215n, 229n, 236m, 261, 270n, 298n, 320n, 332n, 336—37n, 399— 400n, 472nn, 488n, 489n, 492, 539n, 548n, 549n, 555n, 558n, 578; military conscription and, 579; in Mississippi, 511n; in Missouri, 309-10n; Missouri Compromise and, 602; National Union Convention and, 569n; nativism and, 523n; newspapers of, 301n, 375, 426, 575n; in New York State, 536, 536n; in Ohio, 276, 276n, 534n; in Pennsylvania, 276, 276n; personal liberty laws and, 53n; platform of 1864 of, 33n; platform of 1868 of, 326—27, 327n, 340n; platform of 1872 of, 325, 327n, 330, 330n, 335—36, 336n, 339n, 339—41, 603; platform of 1880 of, 568, 572n; proslavery in, 9—11, 288—89, 535, 579, 582—87, 591, 602; racial prejudice in, 288—89, 575—77; readmission of ex-Confederate states and, 327n; Reconstruction and, 327n, 336n, 418n, 486n, 524n, 580n, 611; Republican Party and, 36— 37, 37n, 275—77, 278—81, 288-89, 318, 330n, 522—27, 538; in secession crisis, 53n, 491—92; slaveholders and, 325—26, 325—26n; “Solid South” and, 540, 580, 584—85; in South Carolina, 486n, 489n; states' rights and, 299, 339, 339n, 602; Charles Sumner and, 327, 400n; Tammany Hall and, 312n; thirteenth amendment and, 340n, 535n; in United States Congress, 424—27, 427n, 489n, 580n; untrustworthiness of, 325—30, 336—37, 575—77, 579; U.S. Constitution and, 340—41; in Virginia, 548n; Whiskey Ring scandal ( 1875) and, 442n;

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women's rights and, 148n, 177—79. See also Peace Democrats

Dennison, Charles M., 533

Denver, Colo., 234

Denver Daily Gazette, 232n

Derby, Edward George Stanley, Lord, 132n

Dessalines, Jean-Jacques, 606

Detroit, Mich., 124n; blacks in, 372

Dickens, Charles, 164—65n

Dickerson, William Fisher, 481

Dickinson, Anna E. , 413; black suffrage and, 80; Southern Loyalists' Convention and, 139, 268

Dickinson College, Carlisle, Pa., 558n

Diogenes Laertius, 471n

Discrimination: against Chinese Americans, 250n, 251—52, 570, 599; on basis of color, 47, 83, 592; black suffrage and, 120—21; in District of Columbia, 27n, 443; in education, 542—43n, 543—44; in employment, 203, 236, 498n, 545—46; in Europe, 599; labor unions and, 203, 236; in Massachusetts, 83, 522; in Union Army, 19, 20, 25—26, 117, 591. See also Black Codes; Black laws; Jim Crowism

Disenfranchisement: of ex-Confederates, 30, 237n, 310, 456n

Disraeli, Benjamin, 226, 226n

District of Columbia Emancipation Act, 57n, 501n

Dominica: See Santo Domingo

Dominican Order, 364n

“Don't Give Up the Ship" (flag), 479n

Doolittle, James R., 161n; black suffrage and, 206; debates Charles Sumner, 515n; fifteenth amendment and, 205n, 206n; National Union Convention and, 125n, 161; predicts gradual extinction of blacks, 515n

Dorr Constitution, 81

Dorsheimer, William, 278

Douglas, Stephen A., 159n; James Buchanan and, 13n; Kansas and, 13n; popular sovereignty and, 13; as presidential candidate, 576n; quoted, 314; slavery and, 12—13; supporters of, 576n

Douglass, Anna Murray, 232n, 279n

Douglass, Charles, 7n, 278, 279n, 599

Douglass, Frederick: as abolitionist, 152, 307, 406, 563—64, 584n, 600; on abolitionist principles, 42—43, 81—85, 193, 200—01, 229—30, 296—97, 361—71, 396, 400, 412—14; addresses black audiences, 38—50, 86—96, 265— 72, 293—99, 300—02, 322—33, 355—60, 360— 75, 375—94, 397—401, 414—22, 422—27,

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443—74, 542—46, 562—581, 581—87; advice to blacks by, 50, 71, 238, 371—74, 385—86, 389, 392—94, 479—80, 496—97, 501—02, 565—66, 574—75, 581, 600; on aging, 40; on agriculture, 377—96; American Anti-Slavery Society and, 80n, 80—86, 260, 264; on American character and morals, 21, 67, 241—45, 274, 442, 492; as American citizen, 152, 273—74, 283, 314, 402, 533, 600, 602; on American reform, 32—33, 51, 367, 428—29; Susan B. Anthony and, 217, 219; as a slave, 135n, 136nn, 136—37, 160, 232, 314—15, 362, 498— 99, 600; as assistant secretary of U.S. Santo Domingo Commission, xv, 282n, 328, 328n, 354, 580n; attempted escape by, 584, 584n; Auld family and, 32n, 136—37, 137n, 363n, 486—87, 584n; in Baltimore, Md., 342, 498— 99, 510; on black institutions, 90—91, 418—19; on black suffrage, 12, 54, 58, 62—63, 86, 89— 90, 98-99, 104—105, 131—32, 143, 144, 158, 176—79, 182—84, 186, 205, 212—13, 216, 426, 441—42, 493, 591, 594, 595, 600; in Boston, Mass., 342, 444—45; John Brown and, 87n, 395n; campaigns for Republican Party, xv—xvi, 279, 300—12, 309n, 313—22, 322, 323, 323n, 328, 329, 330—32, 333, 333n, 338, 341, 399n, 401—02, 402—07, 406—07n, 409n, 440—43, 533-42, 563, 566—81, 581—87, 601— 03; in Canada, 303n; as candidate for territorial delegate, 281, 283—84, 283—84n, 285, 286; censorship of remarks by, 38; on centennial celebrations, 408; in Chicago, Ill., 342; childhood of, 39, 40, 136, 136nn, 229, 498; children of, xv, 278, 279n, 360n, 599; on Christianity, 116, 187, 230-31;on civil and political equality for blacks, xv, 28-29, 30—31, 46—50, 68—69, 82—85, 131, 131n, 141, 142, 144, 158, 201—13, 238—40, 260—61, 284, 371—72, 404—07, 413, 420, 441—42, 500, 522—24, 541—42, 546, 566, 591, 600; on Civil War, xv, 7, 37, 54, 132—33, 150—51, 154—55, 403, 450, 482—84; colonization and, 421n; on composite nationality, 272, 283, 300—02, 334, 417; on conditions of blacks in U.S., 61—62, 284, 295—96, 371—72, 512—13; on Confederate character, 14, 122, 154—55; criticism of, 106—07, 220, 414, 478, 496, 510—11, 614— 16; criticizes Andrew Johnson, 123, 144-46, 149, 150—51, 155, 158-62, 164—65, 170, 175, 591, 592—93, 594, 612—13; criticizes conduct of Civil War, 11, 33; criticizes Demo-

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cratic Party, 36, 204-06, 279—80, 325—30, 336—41, 611; criticizes Hayes administration’s reconstruction policies, 485—89, 493—96, 539—41; criticizes white benevolent societies, 419—22; defines civilization, 241—45; defines prejudice, 250—52, 300—02; defines slavery, 45—46, 130, 295; defines truth, 306—07; on Democratic Party, 19—20, 406, 591; as editor, xv, 414; education of, 309n; on education of blacks, 50, 300—02, 308—09, 319—20, 372, 600; on emancipation, 174, 403; on Emancipation Proclamation, 12, 220, 231, 435-36; encounters racial prejudice, 112, 208—11, 285, 285n, 298, 298n, 302n, 328, 328n, 498, 498n, 600; escapes from slavery, 42—43, 52, 81n, 87, 128, 128n, 303—04, 303—04n, 314—15, 362, 409, 478—79, 600; on ethnology, 93n, 153, 256—57; eulogies by, 397—401 , 503—09; fears recapture, 362, 362n; as Freedman’s Bank depositor, 373n, 552—54, 553n; as Freedman's Bank president, xv, 373, 373n, 546—59, 547n, 559—62; freedom bought for, 181, 181n, 362, 362n, 363n; free speech defended by, 214, 308, 368; free trade and, 47; as fugitive slave, 402; on future of freedmen, 58, 121,130, 211, 262, 271, 496—97, 502; Garrison and, 80, 503—09; in Great Britain, 181, 260, 260n, 274, 362, 362n; Horace Greeley as longtime friend, 320—22, 338—39; Rutherford B. Hayes meets with, 494n, 494—95; health of, 563; Howard University and, 305, 305n; on human nature, 173, 184, 243, 251, 257-59, 460; on human progress, 410; immigration law and, 235—36; Indians characterized by, 207; Andrew Johnson meets with, 106—07, 121, 144n, 612—13; in Lancaster, N.H., 406; John Mercer Langston and, 480; lecture tours of, xv—xvi, 31, 38, 52n, 86, 93n, 149, 206, 240, 313, 323, 323n, 329, 329n, 333, 333n, 342, 357, 357n, 557, 557n; Lincoln and, 11—13, 77, 77n, 106—18, 432; Lincoln meets with, 111n, 111—13, 138, 138n, 592; in London, Eng., 546n; in Maine, 333; in Manchester, N.H., 406; in Massachusetts, 333, 362n; as member of D.C. territorial assembly, xv, 292—93, 293n; on Methodism, 116; as Methodist preacher, 263; on mission of the U.S., 252; National Convention of Colored Men and, 97; on natural rights, 194, 251—52; in New England, 557n; in New Hampshire, 406; newspaper interviews with, xv—xvi, 493— 96; in New York State, 333, 557n; on nonresis-

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tance, 187—88; in North Carolina, 313; opposes black migration to Midwest, 480, 496, 496a, 497, 497n, 500—02, 510, 512, 514—22, 521n; opposition to black emigration to Jamaica by, 501n; oratory of, 39, 149, 172, 181 186-87, 407n, 563, 603; on patronage and civil service reform, 442, 460—65; in Pennsylvania, 333; personal wealth of, 373; physical appearance of, 313; P.B.S. Pinchback and, 422—25; presidency criticized by, 149, 158— 77; as presidential elector, 399n, 585n, 611; as publisher, 235; racial epithets condemned by, 216; racial identification of, 28—29, 29n, 127, 259, 317; receives honorary LL.D. degree, 305, 305n; as recorder of the deeds for District of Columbia, 584n; refutes notion of black inferiority, 56, 65, 69, 88—96, 121, 129, 144, 320, 370, 371—72, 479—80, 511, 513; on religious freedom, 258, 316, 330—31, 425; republicanism and, 132, 156—57, 182, 193, 244-45; on Republican Party, 273—74, 280— 81, 536, 591; reunion with sister Eliza, 38n; in Rochester, N.Y., 234, 342; Roman Catholic Church and, 186—87, 614—16; in Santo Domingo, 354; Santo Domingo annexation and, 282n, 342, 343—44, 354—55; on science, 380; on self-made men, 480; speaking itinerary of, xix—xxxvii; Elizabeth Cady Stanton and, 216— 17; as stevedore, 610; Charles Sumner and, 225—26, 328, 329—30, 355—56, 356n, 397— 401; in Talbot County, Md., 600; teachs Sabbath school, 43, 43n; temperance and, xv; on tramps, 502; Sojourner Truth and 276n; on U.S. Constitution, 83, 152—53, 416, 593; as U.S. marshal for District of Columbia, xvi, 443, 477—78, 493, 510, 584, 584n; as vicepresidential candidate, 399n; visits freedmen’s refugee camps, 19n; votes in election of 1870, 278—79; as waiter, 70; on Washington, D.C., 443, 444—74, 444n, 475-77, 617—20; Thurlow Weed and, 584; woman suffrage and, xv, 146-48, 158, 173—75, 177-79, 181—84, 185— 86, 192, 212—13, 216, 396; women's rights and, 146—48, 173—75, 177—79, 182—83, 185— 86, 396, 599

INTERVIEWS: in Washington, D.C., 475—77

SPEECHES: in Albany, N.Y., 146—48, 265— 72, 600; in Arlington, Va., 289—92; in Baltimore, Md., 38—50, 86—96, 443-74, 496— 503, 542—46, 600, 603—04; in Bangor, Me.,

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601—02; in Boston, 24, 59—69, 69—74, 180— 184, 240—59, 322—33, 395—96, 592—93, 598—99, 601; in Cato, N.Y., 602—03; in Chicago, Ill., 593—94, 599, 605; in Cincinnati, Ohio, 186—99, 440—43, 593, 594; in Concord, N.H., 401—07; in Elmira, N.Y., 562—81; in Lexington, Ky., 600—01; in Louisville, Ky., 360—75, 606; in Maine, 29; in Medina, N.Y., 220—240; in Nashville, Tenn., 375—94, 609; in Newark, N.J., 594; in New Orleans, La., 293—99; in New York City, 3, 51-54, 79—86, 172—79, 199—213, 213—19, 259—65, 333—41, 480—93, 581-87, 591, 594— 95; in Peoria, Ill., 595—96, 598—99; in Philadelphia, 123-33, 134—38, 139—46, 407—14, 591, 602—03; précis of, 591—611; in Providence, R.I., 184—86; in Raleigh, N.C., 31322, 609—10; in Richmond, Va., 302—12, 610; in Rochester, NY. , 31—37, 74—79, 278—81 ; in St. Louis, Mo., 149—72, 342-55, 593, 603; in St. Michaels, Md., 477—80; in Utica, N.Y., 533—42, 610; in Washington, D.C., 19n, 106— 18, 118—23, 272—78, 281—85, 286—89, 292— 93, 300—02, 355—60, 397—401, 414—22, 422—40, 503—09, 591, 604—05

Douglass, Frederick, Jr., xv, 233n

Douglass, Lewis, 7n, 220, 231n, 232—33n, 278, 279n; encounters racial prejudice, 203, 232— 33n, 232—35, 599; Andrew Johnson meets with, 97—106, 612—13; labor unions and, 232— 33n, 232—35; in Rochester, N.Y., 234—35; Washington New National Era and, xv

Douglass, Rosetta, 302n

Douglass, William, 40, 40n

Douglass Institute, Baltimore, Md., 86—96 passim; compared to other institutions, 88—89; Douglass speaks at, 443; future of blacks and, 95—96

Dover, N.H.: Douglass speaks in, 406n

Downing, George T. , 118, 300; Andrew Johnson meets with, 97—106, 612—13; portrait of Charles Sumner and, 355, 356n

Drake, A. Hamilton, 481

Dred Scott v. Sandford, 196—97, 229, 229n, 543. 543n, 601—02; antislavery movement and, 608; Civil Rights Act (1866) and, 120n; proslavery character of, 14; United States Congress and, 119—20

Dresden, Canada, 383n

Dumas, Alexander, 233n

Dunlop, Alexander, 97

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Durham, Eng., 332n

Duxbury, Mass, 395n

Easton, Md., 584n

Eaton, Daniel L., 550, 550n

Ebbitt House, Washington, D.C., 422

Eclectic Medical Institute, Cincinnati, Ohio, 577n

Economy Hall, New Orleans, La., 28n

Edgefield, S.C., 489n

Edict of Nantes, revocation of (1685), 196n

Education: blacks and, 301—02, 308—09, 553n, 600; black suffrage and, 607—09; black teachers and, 542—43, 542—43n, 545—46

Egmont, Lamoral, Count of, 597—98

Egypt, 93; African people of, 384; agriculture in, 382, 384; people of, 610; religion in, 382, 382n

Elder, William, 407, 409, 409n

Election of 1844: candidates in, 296, 296n

Election of 1852: candidates in, 296, 296n

Election of 1856: candidates in, 296n, 296—97

Election of 1860, 52n

Election of 1862, 11; Democratic Party and, 11n

Election of 1863: Democratic Party and, 19; Republican Party and, 11n

Election of 1864: candidates in, 31, 33n, 145n; Election-Day plot and, 34—35n; national party platforms in, 33n; significance of, 33—37

Election of 1868, 336—37; candidates in, 181n, 185, 185n, 337n

Election of 1872, 309—12; blacks voting in, 333— 35; candidates in, 310n, 327—28n, 400—01n; Democratic Party and, 336n; Liberal Republican Party and, 336n; political cartoons in, 358n; Charles Sumner and, 400; Tammany Hall and, 312n

Election of 1874: Democratic Party and, 417n; Republican Party and, 417n

Election of 1876: candidates in, 472n; disputed results of, 492n; issues of, 442n

Election of 1878: black voters in, 493, 493n; Democratic Party and, 540n; Rutherford B. Hayes and, 493

Election of 1879: Democratic Party and, 534n; Douglass campaigns in, 533—34; in Ohio, 534n; Republican Party and, 533-34, 534n; Tammany Hall and, 536n

Election of 1880: blacks voters in, 566, 581; candidates in, 566—81, 586—87; Wade Hampton and, 586n; national party platforms in, 568,

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572n; in New York State, 580—81; Republican Party and, 516; sectionalism and, 611; Stalwarts and, 571, 571nn

Election of 1884: candidates in, 537n, 538n

Elizabeth I (queen of England), 196

Elizabeth of Valois, 190n

Elizabeth (Tenn.) Tennessee Whig, 456n

Elmira, N.Y., 163n; Douglass speaks in, 562—81

Elmira (N.Y.) Advertiser, 563

Elmira Colored Y.M.C.A. (Elmira, N.Y.), 563

Emancipation: black suffrage and, 83, 260—61; in British West Indies, 221—22, 228, 562-63, 564; compared to American Revolution, 416; conditions of blacks during, 513—14; Democratic Party and, 579; in District of Columbia, 501n; European reaction to, 403; Lincoln and, 98—99, 154; in Louisiana, 60n; in Maryland, 32n, 42—50, 52, 87; in Missouri, 52—53, 53n; Republican Party and, 441; slaves anticipate, 600; Southern white anger about, 487; support for, 37n, 142n, 161n, 580n; as war measure, 230—31, 593, 610

Emancipation Act of 1833 (Great Britain), 222, 222n

“Emancipation in the British West Indies" (Emerson), 367n

Emancipation Proclamation: anniversary celebrations of, 51, 220, 562—63; celebrations of issuance of, 435, 435n; criticism of, 12; implementation of, 61, 61n, 143, 435; Lincoln and, 111n, 220, 427, 431n, 435

Emerson, Ralph Waldo, 142n, 501n, 509; George William Curtis and, 537n; quoted, 367, 367n, 369, 369n, 394, 394n, 501, 527

Emory College, Atlanta Ga., 488n

Enforcment Act (1870), 338n

England: See Great Britain

English, William H., 567-68n; as historian, 568n; as vice-presidential candidate, 567, 567nn, 568n, 569

Enrollment Act (1863), 67n

Equal Rights Convention for New York State: See American Equal Rights Association

Erasmus, Desiderius, 190n, 364n

Erie (ship), 435n

Espanola: See Santo Domingo

Essay on Man, An (Pope), 536n; quoted, 78, 78n

Ethiopia, 93, 373, 384

Ethnology: American School of, 257n; Douglass criticizes, 255, 256—57, 257n; racial prejudice in works on, 256—57; theories of, 205—06, 255

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