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  • Index to Volume 66

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activism, women’s, 66: 254 “Address of Chief-Justice Peck to the Members of the Bar,” 66: 234–35

ADDSCO shipyards, 66: 195, 197–98

African Americans. see also civil rights; Civil Rights movement; Gaston, William; LeFlore, John L.; NAACP

“black code,” 66: 217

during Civil War Centennial commemoration, 66: 123, 124, 137, 151–52

Civil War soldiers, 66: 10–11, 24, 78–80rev

in constitutional convention, 66: 218

Dispossession: Discrimination Against African American Farmers in the Age of Civil Rights, 66: 240–42rev

effects of homesteads on, 66: 92–94

emigration from Alabama, 66: 9, 26–27

excluded from celebration of Civil War heritage, 66: 125

excluded from primary elections, 66: 198–99

excluded from rhetoric of reunion, 66: 125

Gaston on need for self-reliance of, 66: 22– 24, 29

The Peninsula Campaign and the Necessity of Emancipation: African Americans and the Fight for Freedom, 66: 78–80rev

petitioning, 66: 19–20

political party affliations of, 66: 243–44rev (see also Republican Party)

role of on homesteads, 66: 115

Schooling the Freed People: Teaching, Learning, and the Struggle for Black Freedom, 1861-1876, 66: 76–78rev

World War II servicemen, 66: 195–96

African Cottonfort Church, 66: 5

African Huntsville Baptist Church, 66: 5

fter the Dream: Black and White Southerners Since 1965, (reviewed by James D. Ward), 66: 318-20

agriculture. see also homesteads, subsistence

Boll Weevil Blues: Cotton, Myth, and Power in the American South, 66: [End Page 323] 67–69rev

Dispossession: Discrimination Against African American Farmers in the Age of Civil Rights, 66: 240–42rev

Aiken County, Ala., 309–12rev

Alabama, University of. see also Garland, Landon Cabell academic requirements, 66: 172

alcohol at, 66: 166–67

attempts to restructure, 66: 172

burning of, 66: 185

during Civil War, 66: 176–85

curriculum, 66: 172

early years, 66: 164–65

enrollment of, 66: 175

Garland, 66: 167–85

image of, 66: 164–65

military department at, 66: 169–85

murder at, 66: 163–64, 167–68

promotion of slavery by, 66: 177

residents’ conflict with students, 66: 167

size of, 66: 167–68, 169

struggle to obtain provisions, 66: 183–84

violence at, 66: 164, 165–67

Alabama Advisory Council for Comprehensive Health Planning, 66: 209

Alabama Christian Movement for Human Rights (ACMHR), 66: 188

Alabama Citizen, 66: 139

Alabama Citizens for Constitutional Reform, 66: 306

Alabama Civil War Centennial Commission

creation of, 66: 127 (see also Moore, Albert B.)

Alabama Equal Suffrage Association, 66: 258

Alabama Labor Union, 66: 9

Alabama Normal College, 66: 308

Alabama Tribune, 66: 138, 140

alcohol

debate over, 66: 284

regulation of, 66: 283

in Sims’ recruitment of followers, 66: 283

Sims’ sale of, 66: 285

at University of Alabama, 66: 166–67

Alexander, Will, 66: 83, 103

Aliceville Pickens County Herald, 66: 275

Almond, J. Lindsay Jr., 66: 122, 124

Alsen, Dana J. Review of Boll Weevil Blues: Cotton, Myth, and Power in the American South by James [End Page 324] C. Giesen, 66: 67–69

Alsobrook, David E. Review of Lost Auburn: A Village Remembered in Period Photographs by Ralph Draughon, Delos Hughes, and Ann Pearson, 66: 312–15

Ames, Jessie Daniel, 66: 267

Andrew, Rod Jr., 66: 52

Association of Southern Women for the Prevention of Lynching (ASWPL), 66: 267

Atkins, Leah Rawls, 66: 303

Auburn, Ala.

Lost Auburn: A Village Remembered in Period Photographs, 66: 312– 15rev

Auburn University Flynt at, 66: 302–03 Flynt on, 66: 307

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‘Back to Africa’ movement, 66: 27

The Bad Seed (March), 66: 52

Bagnall, Robert, 66: 192, 193

Bankhead, John H. Jr., 66: 85–87, 89, 94

Bankhead Cooperative Association, 66: 117

Bankhead Farms, 66: 90, 97–99, 102, 106, 108, 109, 110, 110–11, 111, 112, 113. see also homesteads, subsistence

Baptists

African Huntsville Baptist Church, 66: 5

power of leaders of, 66: 6

Barnard, F. A. P., 66: 165

Barnett, Ross, 66: 122, 124

Beard, Charles A., 66: 135

beauty culturalists, 66: 196–97

Beidler, Philip, 66: 46

Benjamin, R. C. O., 66: 23

Benson, G.W., 66: 261

Betts, Karl S., 66: 126

Biddle, Nicholas, 66: 199

Binford, Henry, 66: 18, 28–29

Birmingham, Ala.

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2166-9961
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0002-4341
Pages
pp. 323-252
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