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  • Index–Volume 78

A:

abolition, 301–2

abolitionists, riots against, Philadelphia, 393, 394, 397

Adams Count Fruit Growers’ Association, 327

Adams County, 248; African-American workers, 232–50

AFCSME (American Federation of State and Municipal Employees), 303–4

African Americans, Civil War, 300–301; Abolition, 301–2; Education, 313; Farm labor, 323

African slaves/slavery, 9, 10, 12, 15, 17, 228–31

AFSCME’s Philadelphia Story, Municipal Workers and Urban Power in the Twentieth Century. by Francis Ryan (rev. by Kenneth C. Wolensky), 303–4

Agnew, Daniel, 407, 412

Albany Congress, 24

Albany Plan of Union, 313

Albright Memorial Library (Scranton), 146

ALCOA (Aluminum Corporation of America), 356–59, 367, 372, 376, 378

alcohol excise tax, 36

Allegheny City, riots and damages, 394; Penn Cotton Mill, 400, 401 (see also Pittsburgh, riots)

Allegheny County, riots and damages, 394–95, 400–424 (see also Pittsburgh, riots)

Alle-Kiski Valley, 357–59, 378

Allen, Aaron, 17

Allen, Richard C. (rev.) The Diary of Elizabeth Drinker: The Life Cycle of an Eighteenth-Century Woman by Elaine Forman Crane, 69–71

Allentown, Pennsylvania, 306–9

Amato-La Rocca-Genovese crime family (Pittsburgh), 360, 379–80

American Library Association (ALA), 125, 126, 131, 141, 145, 146, 154

American Revolution, and John Dickinson, 231–34; 247–71

Anderson, Edwin 148

Andersonville, 126

Andre, John, 251

Anglican Church (see also Christ Church, York; St. James Church, Lancaster, Society for Propagation of the Gospel), in Revolution, 248, 250, 252, 264, 267

Anthracite Heritage Conference, 290

Anthracite Heritage Museum, 290

Anthracite Living History Group, 293

Anthracite Region, 288–90, 293–95

Anti-communism, Msgr. Rice and, 426–30

Antietam, 163

Anti-Prohibition, 37, 38

Apalachin, New York, 355

Arcadia, 33, 34

Association Against the Prohibition Amendment, 30, 40

Atlanta, 211

Atlanta Federal Penitentiary, 37

Atlantic, 9

Avondale Mine Disaster, 293

Ayars, Shepherd, 136 [End Page 99]

B:

Bailyn, Bernard, 5

Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, 401

Baltimore, African-American migrants from, 329

Baltimore, MD, 163, 169, 170, 174, 177, 185

Barbara, Joseph, 355

Barnwell, James G., 145

Barsky, Stephen, 175

Basketball, 165, 166, 168, 170, 174, 214

Batt, William L., Jr., 334

Battle of Homestead Foundation, 290

Batwelle, Daniel, 247–71

Beaver County, 403, 405, 407

Bell, Daniel, 362

Benezet, Anthony, 301–2

Benjamin Franklin and the Politics of Improvement by Alan Houston (rev. by Marc L. Harris), 308–13

Bermuda Creek/Conewago Tories, Conspiracy, 253–59

Bertels, Anna Burkhart, 144

Bethlehem Steel, 331

Biddle, George W., 404, 407, 412

Big Enough to be Inconsistent: Abraham Lincoln Confronts Race and Slavery, by George M. Frederickson (rev. Ian Binnington), 228–31

Biglerville, 341

Binnington, Ian (rev.), Big Enough to be Inconsistent: Abraham Lincoln Confronts Race and Slavery, by George M. Frederickson, 228–31

Blair County, 418

Blake, Angela M. (author), How New York Became American, 1890–1924 (rev. Patricia Kelleher), 79–81

Blatz, Perry K. “Boundaries of Responsibility, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, and the Pennsylvania Riot Damage Law, 1834–1880,” 393–425

Blisell, Elizabeth, 362

Bliss, Robert P., 147

Block, Allan, 378

Bloom, John (author), “‘The Farmers Didn’t Particularly Care for Us’: Oral Narrative and the Grass Roots Recovery of African-American Migrant Farm Labor History in Central Pennsylvania,” 323–54

Blowden, John, 22

Bollinger, Nicole (rev.) Sean Safford, Why the Garden Club Couldn’t Save Youngstown: The Transformation of the Rust Belt, 305–8

bootleggers, 34, 35, 37, 38, 39, 50, 55, 57

Boston, 1, 2, 5–9, 13, 14, 125, 126, 135, 148, 207

“Boston marriage,” 154

“Boundaries of Responsibility, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, and the Pennsylvania Riot Damage Law, 1834–1880,” by Perry K. Blatz, 393–425

Bowman Street Reading Room, 137, 138, 139

Bracero Program, 331

Bracken, Joseph, 254, 268

Braddock’s March: How the Man Sent to Seize a Continent Changed American History by Thomas E. Crocker (rev. Benjamin G. Scharff), 67–69

Brandywine, Battle of, 204, 242

Brightful, Charles, “Brownie,” 168

Brightful, James “Footsie,” 168, 185, 186 [End Page 100]

Brisbin, Richard, Jr. (author), A Strike Like No Other Strike: Law and Resistance during the Pittston Coal Strike of 1989–1990 (rev. by Kenneth C. Wolensky), 234–36

Britain, 9, 208, 251, 302; agricultural exports to, 331 (see also England)

Brittain, Joseph, 21

Britton, Joshua (rev.) The Nature...

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ISSN
2153-2109
Print ISSN
0031-4528
Pages
pp. 99-116
Launched on MUSE
2012-03-31
Open Access
No
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