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: 301 ; index Abbe, Catherine Amory Bennett (Mrs. Robert), 50, 56–57, 249n41 Adams, Charles Kendall, 114 Adams, Herbert Baxter, 113–14, 191, 267n5 Addams, Jane, 9, 111, 237n14, 273n10 African-American history, 153, 277n47 Alcott, Bronson, 29 Alcott, William: Young Man’s Guide, 240n2 Aldrich, Thomas Bailey, 64, 252n2 Allen, Ethan, 20 Allen, Frances and Mary Electra, 43, 121, 121–22, 141, 269n21, 269n24, 269n26, 288n6; “Making Thanksgiving Pies,” 121 American Antiquarian Society, 116, 147, 242n2, 247n20, 255n25, 268n8 American Folklore Society, 108, 270n36. See also Folk-Lore Society American Glassware, Old and New (Barber), 97, 262n43 American Historical Association, 3, 114 American Historical Review, 3, 6, 112; reviews of Earle in, 131–32 American Nervousness: Its Causes and Consequenses (Beard), 135 American Society of Landscape Architects, 160; and women, 278n8 American Woman Suffrage Association (AWSA), 11, 53 The American Woman’s Home (Beecher and Stowe), 43, 138 Americanization, 51, 190–92, 29; and public history, 284n29 Ames, Kenneth L., 243n34, 281n53, 284n19 ancestry, 14, 42, 51–52, 85, 149, 179, 204, 228; and social definition, 178–93, 198; of George and Martha Washington, 140, 152 Andover, Vt., 16, 20, 64, 77–80, 183, 196, 239n1, 241n22, 256nn45–47, 257n53. See also Vermont Anglo-American Pottery (Barber), 94, 133, 261n32 Anthony, Susan B., 32, 53–55 anthropology, 127; emergence of discipline at Columbia, 128; women in the field of, 265n73 anti-suffrage movement, 53–56, 193, 207, 250n57, 277n48. See also woman suffrage movement antiquarianism, 14, 91–92, 96, 109–10, 137, 140–42, 149, 207–16, 260n19 302 ; index antiques: authenticity of, 98; Centennial Exhibition, impact of, 91–92; collecting of, 88–91, 98–100, 260n18, 260n21; in Colonial Revival interiors, 289n18; dealers in, 91–94, 212, 218; early books about, 92, 94, 96–97; fakes, 98–99; and family heirlooms, 181–82; as “memory markers,” 88; Morse family, antiques owned by, 41 Armstrong, Margaret, 130, 130–31, 271n44 Art Out-of-Doors (Van Rensselaer), 159 Ash, Percy, 164 Atlantic Monthly, 64–65, 160 Bachelard, Gaston, 292n53 Baedecker, Karl, 248n26 Baker, C. Alice, 141, 209, 289n10. See also Frary House Barber, Edwin Atlee: Anglo-American Pottery, 94, 133, 261n32; American Glassware, Old and New, 97, 262n43 Barnard Club, 48 Bates, Esther Willard: Pageants and Pageantry, 213–14 Batinski, Michael C., 264n57, 274n11, 281n41, 287n62, 289n10 Baumgarten, Linda R., 287n62 Baym, Nina, 253n7 Beard, George Miller: American Nervousness, 135. See also neurasthenia Beard, Mary Ritter, 2, 234n2 Beecher Catharine, 43, 55–56, 137–38; The American Woman’s Home, 138 Benes, Peter, 255n28, 283n7 Blair, Karen J., 54, 239n20 Bledstein, Burton, 235n7 Blumin, Stuart, 241n15, 242n26, 282n1 Boas, Franz, 108, 128 Bolton, Sarah, 139 book publishing: books as gifts, 271n45; and cover design, 271n45; royalty arrangements in, 267n3 Boston Antique China Exchange, 94, 95 Boston Evening Transcript, 118 Bostonian Society, 147 boxwood: ancient origins of, 165; in Duck Cove garden, 165, 281n4; scent of, 165–67 Brett, George P., 95–97, 129, 261n34, 261n36, 262nn38–40, 267n3, 286n53, 287nn56–57; on Two Centuries of Costume, 199–201 Brockway, Lucinda, 280n41 Brooklyn and Long Island Sanitary Fair, 88, 259n6 Brooklyn Botanic Garden, 280n35 Brooklyn Club, 47–48 Brooklyn Daily Eagle, 48 Brooklyn Heights, 5, 13, 16, 36, 47, 178; and anti-suffrage meeting attendees, 54–55, 250n57; as “garden community,” 170, 280n34. See also Henry Street, Brooklyn Brooklyn Historical Society. See Long Island Historical Society Brooklyn Life, 47–48, 58 Brooklyn Women’s Club, 48, 51–52, 58, 61; and Froebel Academy founding, 51; on suffrage, 54 Brown, Dona, 252n2, 280nn39–40, 281n43 Brown, Francis, 219 Brown, Frederic F., 119 Brownell, William C., 65, 68, 117, 146, 197, 254n14, 260n16, 267n3, 268n12, 271n44, 276n28, 29, 285n45. See also Charles Scribner’s Sons Brundage, Anthony, 255n24 Buck, John H.: Old Plate, 143 Burleigh, Cecilia, 51 Burnside, Harriet P. F., 25, 176 Bushman, Richard L., 239n21, 242n26, 243n30, 243n32, 254n18, 267n1, 275n19, 282n2 Bushnell, Horace, 71, 104, 112; Christian Nurture, 71 The Ceramic Art (Young), 143 Champney, Henry Trowbridge, 173 Charles Scribner’s Sons, 5, 65, 67–68, : 303 index 94–97, 113, 129, 131, 197, 200, 261n32, 276n29; Earle’s departure from, 120, 146; Earle’s royalty arrangements with, 117, 267n3 Chautauquan, 112 Child, Lydia Maria, 112, 137, 249n46 Child Life in Colonial Days (Earle): dedication, 114; reviews of, 131–32; Locke’s Thoughts on Education used in, 131–32; material culture used in, 14, 86, 127–8 China Collecting in America (Earle): audience for, 86, 99; William Brownell on publication of...


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  • Earle, Alice Morse, 1851-1911.
  • Historians -- United States -- Biography.
  • Women historians -- United States -- Biography.
  • United States -- Social life and customs -- To 1775 -- Historiography.
  • New England -- Social life and customs -- To 1775 -- Historiography.
  • Material culture -- United States -- Historiography.
  • Home economics -- United States -- Historiography.
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