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  • Index—Volume 80

A:

Acadians, 548

Adams, Abigail, 224, 243, 248, 249

Adams, John, 85, 89, 98, 224; and Benjamin Franklin Bache, 243–44, 247–64, 271, 278, 281

Adams, John Quincy, 243, 244, 249, 281

Adams, Thomas Boylston, 249

Adelberg, Michael S., “‘Long in the Hand and Altogether Fruitless’: The Pennsylvania Salt Works and Salt-Making on the New Jersey Shore during the American Revolution,” 215–42

Admiralty Court, and Richard Peters, 86

African Americans. See Blacks

African Methodist Episcopal Church (AME), 13

Agnes (tropical storm/hurricane), 124

Agriculture. See Farming

Agrippa, Heinrich, 486, 488, 493, 494

Aid to Dependent Children, 127

Alchemy. See Necromancy

ALCOA (Aluminum Company of America), 469

Alexander, James, 179

Alien and Sedition Acts, 278

Aliquippa, 444–48; penicillin production in, 442–50

Allegheny County: prisons, 51, 56, 58, 61, 65, 68; black women in, 57, 58, 67

Allegheny General Hospital, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, 443–44

Allegheny Mountains, 346–47

Allen, Richard, 425, 427, 429

Allentown, Hispanics in, 472–74

Almanacs, Jacob Taylor, 493–95

Alvarez, René Luis, review of The New Face of Small-town America: Snapshots of Latino Life in Allentown, Pennsylvania by Edgar Sandoval, 472–74

Amendments: Fifteenth, 30; Fourteenth, 25; Thirteenth, 42, 329–32

America’s Longest Run: A History of the Walnut Street Theatre, by Andrew Davis, reviewed by Aaron Tobiason, 117–20

American Bandstand, 470–72

American Daily Advertiser, 102

American Federation of Labor (AFL), 374

American Glove Workers Union, 383

American Protective Tariff League, 378

American Revolution, 85, 86, 89, 92, 97, 101, 204–42; medicine in, 547–48; in Pennsylvania, 132–34, 204–12

American Whig Society, 171, 172, 175, 176, 180, 181, 186, 188, 192

Americanization, of Indians at Carlisle School, 129–32

Amish, in New York, 463–65

Anarchists, 370, 371, 379, 388

Anderson, Andrew, 178

Andrews, Dee, 116

Anglo-African (journal), 26

Animal rights, 415

Anthracite region, 401–19

Antislavery and Abolition in Philadelphia: Emancipation and the Long Struggle for Racial Justice in the City of Brotherly Love, edited by Richard Newman and James Mueller, reviewed by Beverly Tomek, 115–17 [End Page 144]

Appleby, Joyce, 279

Arbour, Keith, 494

Architecture: in Levittown, 323–26; Pennsylvania German, 307–10; in Philadelphia and eastern Pennsylvania, 320–23

Architecture and Landscape of the Pennsylvania Germans, 1720–1920, edited by Sally McMurry and Nancy Van Dolsen, reviewed by Jason R. Sellers, 307–10

Aristocracy, in Bache’s political theory, 246–48, 250–53, 255, 257, 259, 261–63, 268–69, 272, 274

Aristotle, 250

Armstrong, John, 133, 525

Arnold, Benedict, 86

Art: in early national Philadelphia, 455–58; and Martino family, 465–67; and Thomas Eakins, 460–63

Art of Americanization at the Carlisle Indian School, by Peter Mauro Hayes, reviewed by Kiara M. Vigil, 129–32

Articles of Confederation, 86, 87

Ashton, William J., 30

Assembly (Pennsylvania). See House of Representatives

Assimilation. See Americanization

Associators, military, Pennsylvania, 132–34, 205, 206

Aurora (newspaper), 243–44, 247–49, 264, 277, 279, 280, 282

Autograph books, college student, 174–84, 187, 190, 195

B:

Bache, Benjamin Franklin, 243–98

Bache, Richard, 249

Bache, William, 275

Bacon, Francis, 251, 252, 269

Bacon, Nathanael, 306

Bacon’s Rebellion, 305–7

Baker, Anthony St. John, 503, 519, 520, 522

Balcerski, Thomas J.: as author, “Under These Classic Shades Together”: Intimate Male Friendships at the Antebellum College of New Jersey,” 169–203; review of Manhood Enslaved: Bondmen in Eighteenth- and Early Nineteenth-century New Jersey by Kenneth E. Marshall, 315–18

Banks, Nathanael, on black soldiers, 22

Banning, Lance, 248, 267

Barclay, Robert Herriot, 502–4

Barclay, Thomas, 504, 506, 508, 510, 511, 522–24, 527–29, 532

Bard, Samuel, 219, 232

Barnes Foundation, 322

Barthes, Roland, 130

Bartram, John, 95

Bartram, William, 95

Bary, Martha C., 383

Bassett, Ebenezer Don Carlos, 22, 23, 25

Battles: black soldiers in, 19, 22, 29; Kittanning, 133; Milliken’s Bend, 19, 22; Port Hudson, 19, 22; the Thames, 502; Trenton, 206

Beasley, Reuben, 531

Beath, Robert, 31

Beaumont, Gustave, on Pennsylvania prisons, 56

Becker, Leo, 375, 376, 382

Bedford, NY, John Jay and, 86, 88, 90, 93, 95, 104

“Being Prometheus in 1943: Bringing Penicillin to the Working Man,” by Anthony Julius Scibilia, 442–48

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ISSN
2153-2109
Print ISSN
0031-4528
Pages
pp. 144-167
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2014-01-17
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