Index: Speeches Volume 4

ReadAboutContentsHelp

Pages

26
Complete

26

646

Maryland (continued)

Douglass in, 51—52, 87, 479, 600, 609; Douglass speaks in, 86; Eastern Shore of, 479; emancipation in, 23n, 31—32, 32n, 42—50, 52, 87, 90; fifteenth amendment and, 49n; free blacks in, 498n; politicians of, 558n; slaveholders in, 32, 45, 317, 479; slavery in, 23, 52; War of 1812 in, 455n; Whig Party in, 558n

Mary of Burgundy, 189n

Mary Tudor, 190n

Mason, James Murray, 17, 18n, 113, 227, 227n

Mason-Dixon line, 585

Masons, 548n; blacks as, 563

Massachusetts, 23n, 24, 73, 134—35, 181, 234— 35n, 276n, 304, 310n, 367n, 398, 495, 506; abolitionists in, 81, 609; black soldiers from, 93n; black suffrage in, 324; Douglass in, 70, 333, 362, 362n; Douglass speaks in, 149; Fugitive Slave Law (1850) and, 295; legislature of, 30n, 58—59n, 359n; Liberal Republican Party in, 331n; nicknames for, 483—84, 484n; personal liberty laws in, 53n; politicians of,110n, 355, 359n, 418, 424, 428, 449n, 515n, 574n, 609; racial prejudice in, 83, 522, 610; Republican Party in, 333, 574n; textile industry in, 306n; Union Army units from, 72, 483—84; woman suffrage movement in, 183n, 184

Massachusetts Anti-Slavery Society: blacks and, 67; conventions of, 53n, 323-24n; Douglass attends meeting of, 59—69, 83n; Douglass lectures for, 208; Francis Jackson and, 262n, women members of, 181

Massachusetts Bay Colony, 484n

Mathew, Theobald, 323, 323—24n

Matilda (ship), 477

Matthews, William E., 414, 542, 542n; Andrew Johnson meets with, 97; memorial to Lincoln and, 428

Maximilian I (emperor of Mexico), 52n, 165 165n, 189n

May, Samuel, Jr., 80, 80n, 84, 84n, 407

Mayflower (ship), 189n, 405

Mecca, Saudi Arabia, 452, 452n

Mechanics’ Institute, New Orleans, La., 143n; Douglass at, 293—94

Medes, 494

Medici, Catherine de, 196n

Medina, N.Y.: Douglass speaks in, 220—240

Mediterranean Sea, 93n

Melodeon, Boston, Mass., 59

Memorial Day, 480—82, 481—82nn, 491

INDEX

Memphis, Tenn., 375; mobs in, 147, 147—48n

Memphis (Tenn.) Bulletin, 228n

Merchant of Venice (Shakespeare), 437

Merrick, Richard T., 286—87n, 286—88

Mersey River, 17, 17—18n

Meterology, 380—81, 381n

Methodist Episcopal Church: anti-abolitionism in, 263; antislavery in, 364, 364n; blacks in, 208; conferences of, 85, 85n, 364n; Douglass's affiliation with, 263; in Kentucky, 360; membership requirements of, 116, 338; members of, 310; ministers in, 273, 456n, 472n, 539n; persecution of, 610; in Santo Domingo, 604; slavery and, 85, 85n; in South Carolina, 456n; in Tennessee, 456n

Metropolitan Band (Boston, Mass.), 322

Metropolitan Hall, Raleigh, N.C., 313

Mexican cession, 170n

Mexican War: antislavery movement and, 608; officers in, 74n, 76n, 567n; slavery and, 10; soldiers in, 52n, 227n, 286n

Mexico, 27n, 165, 591, 592; American designs on, 65; Confederate migration to, 52n; Indians in, 599; leadership of, 165n; mining industry in, 489n; people of, 65

Mexico City, 165n

Miami University, Oxford, Ohio, 472n

Michigan, 53n, 124, 159

Middlebury College, Vt., 107n

Milan, Italy, 489, 490n

Military Reconstruction Act (1867), 237n

Miller, Charles D., 489—90n

Milton, John, 290n; quoted, 88n, 492, 492n

Milwaukee, Wisc., 163n

Minneapolis, Minn., 577n

Minnesota, 577n; black suffrage in, 179, 179n; Democratic Party in, 179, 179n; Douglass speaks in, 149; election of 1863 in, 11n; politicians of, 517n; Republican Party in, 179

Missionary Travels and Researches in South Africa (Livingstone), 94n

‘Mission of the War, The" (Douglass speech), 3, 29n, 38, 51n; précis of, 591; text of, 2—24

Mississippi, 97, 113n, 266; Black Codes in, 105n; black migration from, 497n, 507, 507n. 510, 512, 525; blacks in, 513, 515, 528, 565; black voting rights in, 511, 511n, 565; Democratic Party in, 511n; election of 1875 in, 511n; Freedman’s Bank in, 556; Jim Crow laws in, 298n; Ku Klux Klan in, 338n; politicians of, 117, 425, 425n, 488n, 499n; Republican Party

Last edit over 1 year ago by ginnymc
27
Complete

27

INDEX

in, 425n, 565, 611; secession of, 438n, 488n; slaveholders in, 422n, 585n

Mississippi River, 53, 520—21n

Missouri, 9, 299n; Democratic Party in, 309— 10n; Douglass speaks in, 149; emancipation in, 23n, 52—53, 53n; Fugitive Slave Law (1850) in, 431n; politicians of, 52—53, 309n, 354n, 574n; proslavery men from, in Kansas, 52n, 52—53, 111; Republican Party in, 309n; slavery in, 23, 52—53, 431n

Missouri Compromise: Democratic Party and, 602; repeal of, 58, 111

Mitchell, Eliza (Douglass’s sister), 137—38n, 479n; reunion with Douglass, 38

Mitchell, Peter, 137—38n, 479n

Mleccha, 250, 250n

Mobile, Ala., 109, 109n, 228n

Mobs: in Albany, N.Y., 53; attack abolitionists, 53n, 522, 607; in Boston, Mass, 53; in Brant Parish, La., 404n; in Buffalo, N.Y., 53, 53n; in Colfax, La., 404n; in New York City, 579, 591; in Rochester, N.Y., 53n; in Rome, N.Y., 53n; in Syracuse, N.Y., 53n; in Utica, N.Y., 53n

Monroe, John T. , 594

Montgomery, James, 560, 560n

Montreal, Canada, 447n

Moore, Daniel David Tompkins, 64—75, 75n

Moors: See Muslims

Morgan, Edwin D., 440

Moriscos: See Muslims

Morrill Act (1861), 442n

Morris, Edmund, 382n

Morris, John, 360

Morse, W. S., 283n

Morton, Oliver P., 124, 422, 472, 472n; “Bloody Shirt" and, 611; as candidate for presidential nomination, 442n

Motley, John Lothrop, 186, 188n, 191n, 597

Mott, James, 261n, 261-62, 262n

Mott, Lucretia, 146, 259, 261n, 407, 409; in Ohio with Douglass, 262n; at Senaca Falls Convention, 215n

Mount Vernon, Va., 454—55n

Mozart Hall, Cincinnati, Ohio, 186; Douglass at, 593

Mt. Pleasant, Iowa, 149

Mulattoes: in New Orleans, 27n; population of, in U.S., 405, 405n; in Santo Domingo, 605—06

Mullanphy Emigrant Relief Board (St. Louis, Mo.), 521n

647

Murphy, Thomas, 332n

Music Hall, Boston, Mass., 240; Douglass at, 592

Muslims: in Spain, 194, 195n, 520, 520n

My Bondage and My Freedom (Douglass), 43n, 136n

Myers, Isaac, 294

“My Escape From Slavery” (Douglass), 81n

“My Reasons for Opposing Horace Greeley” (Douglass): précis of, 601—03; text of, 322—33

Nacogdoches, Texas, 320n

Nadal, Bernard, 106

Napoleon Bonaparte: see Napoleon I

Napoleon I: defeat of, 222—23, 223n; Toussaint L'Ouverture and, 606; quoted, 238, 238n

Napoleonic Wars, 585n

Napoleon III: See Louis Napoleon

Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass (Douglass), 362n

Nashville, Tenn.: battle of, 376; cholera epidemic in, 376n, 376—77; Douglass speaks in, 375— 94, 609; Andrew Johnson speaks in, l44n

Nashville (Tenn.) Republican Banner, 375

Nast, Thomas, 312n, 385n

National Anti-Slavery Standard, 3, 51, 53n, 60, 177n, 199

National Bank of the Republic, New York City, 550n

National Convention of Colored Men, Washington, D.C. (1866), 96—97

National Emigration Aid Society, 521n

National Equal Suffrage Association, 118

National Hall, Philadelphia, Pa., 51; Douglass speaks at, 137n

National Home Association for Colored Orphans, 106

National Hotel, Washington, D.C., 114—15, 115n, 170

National Negro conventions, 92n, 125; in New Orleans, La. (1872), 293; in Washington, D.C. (1866), 96—97

National Radical Reformers’ (People’s) Party: Douglass as vice-presidential candidate of, 399n

National Union Convention, Philadelphia, Pa. (1866), 123, 146n, 162n; Democratic Party and, 569n; Andrew Johnson and, 569n, members of, 161n; proceedings of, 125m

National Union Party, 145n

National Woman Suffrage Association, 214, 215nn

Last edit over 1 year ago by ginnymc
28
Complete

28

648

Nativism, 523, 523n

Navajos, 245n

Naval Observatory, Washington, D.C., 381n

Naval School, Norfolk, Va., 227n

“Nearer, My God, to Thee" (song), 397

Nebraska, 525, 530

Needles, John, 86

Negro' and lndian’s Advocate, The, 317

Negro minstrels, 37

Nell, William Copper, 415n; as historian, 416

Netherlands: Belgium secedes from, 223, 224n; geography of, 188; Pilgrims reside in, 316; population of, 597; slave trade and, 405

Netherlands Revolt, 188n; compared to American Civil War, 594—98; compared to American Revolution, 186, 189, 192; Spain and, 189— 97, 315—16, 330—31

Newark, N .J.: Douglass speaks in, 594

New Bedford, Mass. , 26n, 70, 305, 305n; Douglass in, 81n, 306, 368, 508

New Bern, N.C., 113n

Newcastle-upon-Tyne, 17n

New Covenant, 395n

New England: abolitionists in, 608—09; blacks in, 522; blacks' schools in, 302; clergy of, 423; Douglass in, 409; Douglass speaks in, 60, 557n; election of 1863 in, 11n; racial prejudice in, 522; sabbatarianism in, 351; Union Army units from, 484; woman suffrage in, 183n; women’s rights in, 180

New England Woman Suffrage Association, 180n, 183n, 395

New Hampshire, 229n; Douglass speaks in, 240, 402n, 406n; election of 1875 in, 403, 403n; politicians of, 402, 403n; Republican Party in, 403n; Union Army units from, 484

New Jersey, 184

New London, NH, 210

Newman, John Henry, 363—64n

Newman, John P., 481

New Mexico, 170, 170n

New Orleans, La., 20, 24, 110n, 169, 227n, 270, 294n, 331n, 591; battle of, 26, 26n, 67, 72; blacks in, 25n, 27n, 295; Douglass speaks in, 293—99; Freedmen's Aid Society in, 27n; mobs in, 143, 143—44n, 147, 147n, 216, 404, 594; John T. Monroe as mayor of, 594; slavery in, 26—27, 499, 600; slave trade in, 499, 544, 600; Union Army in, 27n, 423n; U.S. Army in, 404n, 486n; violence against blacks in, 413, 594

New Orleans Bee, 294

INDEX

New Orleans Tribune, 27n

Newport, Me.: Douglass in, 333n

Newport, R.I., 479n

New Salem, Ill., 110n

Newton Theological Institute, Newton, Mass, 77n

Newton University, Baltimore, Md., 86

New York Central College, McGrawville, New York, 92n

New York City, 39n, 59, 75n, 92n, 128n, 135n, 169, 182n, 227n, 234—35n, 261n, 267n, 282n, 310n, 331n, 332n, 343, 435n, 471n, 472n, 517n, 522, 577n; banks in, 548n, 582n; blacks in, 335, 482; Central Park in, 447n; cockfighting and, 352n; compared to Boston, Mass., 450; compared to Washington, D.C. 450; Confederate agents in, 113; Democratic Party in, 124n, 492n; Douglass in, 81n, 480— 81; Douglass speaks in, 3, 51—54, 79—86, 172—79, 199—213, 213—19, 259—65, 333—41. 480—93, 581—87, 591; draft riots in, 7n, 326, 326n, 579, 591; Election-day plot (1864) and, 34—35n; election of 1864 in, 113; Andrew Johnson speaks in, 159n; Lincoln's funeral procession in, 591; mobs in, 147, 147n, 216, 523; racial prejudice in, 21, 591; Republican Party in, 537n, 581; Tammany Hall in, 312n; Tweed Ring in, 492n; veterans' organizations in, 480—82

New York Commercial Advertiser, 585n

New York Daily News, 51

New York Daily Tribune, 12n, 450n

New York Evening Mirror, 242n

New York Express, 21

New York Herald, 21, 124, 131n, 146—47, 172, 197—98n, 199, 259, 551n, 560

New York Independent, 128n, 135n; Theodore Tilton and, 177n, 268

New York Observer, 135n

New York Republican Association (Washington, D.C.), 272

New York State, 97,134,161n,162n, 294, 310n,. 319, 341 , 456n, 520n, 611; Anti-Masonic Party in, 584n; black education in, 302, 302n; black population of, 581; blacks in, 581n; black suffrage in, 146, 175, 175n, 183, 594; constitutions of, 146, 147n, 175n; Democratic Party in, 536n; Douglass in, 181, 220, 333; Douglass lectures in, 557n; Election of 1868 in, 181, 181n; Election of 1880 in, 580—81; governors of, 492n; nicknames for, 483; personal liberty laws in, 53n; politicians of, 116n.

Last edit over 1 year ago by ginnymc
29
Complete

29

INDEX

131n, 440n, 442n, 492n, 541, 567, 567n, 571n, 584—85n, 611; Republican Party in, 272, 333, 440n, 471n, 535—36, 535-36nn, 537, 537nn, 585n; Union Army units from, 483; veterans' organizations in, 480—82; Whig Party in, 584—85n; woman suffrage and, 146

New York Times, 51, 55n, 80n, 139, 259, 313, 322, 333, 447n, 475n, 481, 496, 510, 562, 581, 585n

New York Tribune, 107, 172, 229n, 312n, 382n, 400, 439n, 473, 507n, 581

New York World, 21, 149

“Niagara” (Douglass), 41n

Niagara Falls, N.Y., 156, 243, 464, 587; Douglass describes, 41, 41n; Frederick Law Olmsted and, 447n

Nicaragua, 501

Nicholas I (czar of Russia), 224n

Nihilism, 532n, 532—33

Ninth Massachusetts Infantry Regiment, 70

Ninth U.S. Colored Troops, 71n

Noble, Butler G., 602

Norfolk, Va., 77n, 303; Stephen Decatur and, 449n; Henry A. Wise speaks at, 6n

Normans: conquer England, 65

Norombega Hall, Bangor, Me., 601

Norris, Moses, Jr., 209n, 209—10

North American Review, 26n, 532, 532n

Northampton (Mass.) Association of Education and Industry, 276n

North Carolina, 280, 302, 314; black suffrage in, 122, 122n; election of 1872 in, 313, 317—18; Federal occupation of, 74n, 84n; Ku Klux Klan in, 142n, 338n; Reconstruction in, 179n; Regulators in, 175n; Republican Party in, 312; Unionist movement in, 84n

Northern Liberty Market, Washington, D.C., 446—47n

North Russell Street Church, Boston, Mass: Douglass at, 395n

North Star, 232n, 319. See also Frederick Douglass' Paper

Norton, Sarah F., 218

Norwegians, 513

Notes on the State of Virginia (Jefferson), 46n

Nottinghamshire, Eng., 189n

Nye, James W., 400n

Oates, Joseph E., 97

Oberlin College, Oberlin, Ohio, 92n, 205n, 262n, 552n, 561n

649

Observatory of Pulkowa, St. Petersburg, Russia, 381n

O'Connell, Daniel: abolitionism and, 67, 323, 323—24n; on Irish history, 130, 211, 284, 605— 06; popularity of, 418; on property in man, 45

Offutt, Denton, 110n

Ohio, 103, 282n, 495, 517n, 535n, 577n; abolitionists in, 608—09; Black laws in, 82, 82n; black suffrage in, 179, I79n; Democratic Party in, 179n, 276, 472n, 534n; Douglass speaks in, 149; election of 1863 in, 11n; election of 1879 in, 534; election of 1880 in, 571n; governors of, 485n; politicians of, 442n, 534nn, 566, 568, 580n, 581, 611; Republican Party in, 276n, 534nn; veterans organizations in, 489; Whig Party in, 580n

Ohio Anti-Slavery Convention, (Salem, 1847), 262n

Ohio River, 371n

Ohio University, Athens, Ohio, 124n

O'Laughlin, Michael, 115n

“Old Dominion": as Virginia nickname, 237, 237n

“Old Hundred" (song), 70

“Old Ironsides" (Holmes), 238n

“Old John Brown" (song), 109

O'Leary, Catherine, 349n

O'Leary, Patrick, 349n

Olmsted, Fredrick Law, 447, 447n

Oneida County, NY, 310n, 471n

Opera House, Utica, N.Y.: Douglass at, 533

Organic Chemistry in Its Applications to Agriculture and Physiology (Liebig), 380—81n

Osiris, 382n

Othello (Shakespeare), 44, 253

Otis, James, 58—59n, 125n

Ottoman Empire, 196n; defeated by Spain, 195n; Greece and, 605; Russia and, 65

Our American Cousin (Taylor), 75n

“Our Composite Nationality" (Douglass), 240; précis of, 598—99; text of, 240—59

“Our National Capital” (Douglass), 443, 475; criticism of, 617—20; text of, 443—74

Oxford Academy, N.Y., 7n

Oxford University, 363n

Ozama River, 349

Pacific Railway, 586n

Paine, Lewis: See Powell, Lewis Thornton Paine, Thomas, 415n, 450n

Painesville, Ohio, 577n

Last edit over 1 year ago by ginnymc
30
Complete

30

650

Palfrey, John Gorham, 24, 26n; quotes Douglass, 26n

Palmerston, Henry John Temple, Lord, 17n, 166, 166n

Panic of 1873, 502n

Paradise Lost (Milton), 290, 290a

Paris, France, 274n, 287—88n, 452; antislavery conference in (1857), 26n; Confederate diplomats in, 117n; Douglass in, 135n; St. Bartholomew’s Day massacre in, 598; Theodore Tilton in, 135n

Paris Commune, 291n

Parker, Theodore, 215n, 378, 423; eulogizes John Quincy Adams, 397n, 572n; on greatness, 397n, 572, 572n

Parker Fraternity Lectures, 240, 592

Parker House, Boston, Mass., 24, 183

Parliament (Great Britain), 1l7nn, 213n; abolitionists in, 228n; British Museum and, 546n, compared to United States Congress, 166; Jewish members of, 374n; members of, 374n; slaveholders in, 222

Parmely’s Hall, Peoria, Ill.: Douglass at, 598

Paschal, George W., 145n

Payne, Daniel A., 39—40n

Payne, Lewis: See Powell, Lewis Thornton

Peace Democrats, 10, 33n; in Illinois, 131n; in Ohio, 472n. See also Copperheads; Democratic Party

Peace of Augsburg (1555), 189n

Peck, Nathaniel Charles, 39—40, 39—40n

Peckham, Lillie, 218

Peel, Sir Robert, 166

Pennsylvania, 97, 128n, 134-35, 162n; black suffrage in, 122, 122n; Civil War in, 117—18, 591; Democratic Party in, 276; Douglass in, 333; Douglass speaks in, 86, 149, 240; election of 1863 in, 11n; Free Soil Party in, Liberty Party in, 409n; politicians of, 442n, 454n, 549, 549nn, 568; Republican Party in, 276n, 333

Pennsylvania Railroad Company, 549n

Pennsylvania Society for Promoting the Abolition of Slavery, 407, 408, 409

Pennsylvania State House, Philadelphia, Pa., l40n

People's Savings Bank (Washington, D.C.), 550n

Peoria, Ill.: Douglass speaks in, 240, 595—96, 598—99

Pepper, Calvin, 97

Perham, Sidney, 329n

INDEX

Perry, Benjamin F., 592—93

Perry, Oliver Hazard, 479n

Perry Cabin Farm, 479n

Persia, 494

Personal liberty laws, 53, 53n, 83, 260—61

Peterborough, N.H., 402, 402n

Peters, Charles H., 283n

Petersburg, Va., 71n, 133n, 303

Petersilia, Carlyle, 240

Peterson, William, 75—76n

Phenix Hall, Concord, N.H.: Douglass at, 401

Philadelphia, Pa., 39n, 92—93n, 128n, 135n, 136n, 212, 261n, 330, 332n, 383, 472n, 575nn, 581 ; Andrew Johnson speaks in, 159n; banks in, 582n; blacks in, 383n; Civil War and, 591; compared to Washington, D.C., 450; Douglass in, 409, 475; Douglass speaks in, 3, 123—33, 134— 38, 139—46, 407—14, 591, 602—03; Freedman's Bank in, 383n, 561; as national capital, 454n, 457; newspapers in, 409n; U.S. Centennial Exhibition at, 408n, 408—09, 417, 477, 618

Philadelphia Christian Recorder, 414

Philadelphia Evening Bulletin, 128n, 134

Philadelphia National Reformer, 383n

Philadelphia Pennsylvanian, 575n

Philadelphia Press, 475, 576n; supports Douglass, 475

Philadelphia Public Ledger, 407

Philip II (king of Spain), 188n, 190n, 190—92, 191n, 192—93n, 195nn, 316; acts of cruelty by, 594—98; assassination of William of Nassau and, 595—96; Netherlands Revolt and, 594—98

Phillips, Samuel M., 313

Phillips, Wendell, 407, 412; American AntiSlavery Society and, 80, 199, 201, 259; black migration to Midwest and, 510; black suffrage and, 60—61 , 63, 68—69, 69n, 80; disunionism and, 204; Douglass praises, 86, 268, 296, 398; emancipation and, 69n; influences Douglass, 43; mobs attack, 522, 522n; quoted, 212, 370, 370n; racial attitudes of, 607—08; Reconstruction and, 60n, 61n, 68—69; Charles Sumner and, 355; woman suffrage and, 395; women's rights and, 177, 177n, 213

Phillips Academy, Exeter, N.H., 26n

Phoenicians, 93n

Pictures: characteristics of, 358

Pierce, Franklin: administration of, 155, 156n, 227n; Fugitive Slave law and, 404; racial attitudes of, 601

Pierrepont, Edwards, 333, 336n

Last edit over 1 year ago by ginnymc
Displaying pages 26 - 30 of 43 in total