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I N D E X Aaron, 574 Abolition. See Antislavery; Emancipation Abolition societies. See Antislavery societies Academy of Sciences (Paris), 449 Account of Two Voyages to New-England (John Josselyn), 245 Acculturation: of Indians, 94; Negroes learn English, g6n; of Germans, 102; use of hoe, 113; and sex among slaves, 160-61; effect of conversion, 183-84; pace of African, 184; and mental ability, 190. See also Churches; Conversion; Great Awakening ; Negroes Acquired characters, 244-45, 5l &~lf 7> 527, 540. See also Color; Human reproduction Adam, 23, 41, 242-43, 502, 525 Adam (slave of Saffin), 199 Adams, Abigail, 462 Adams, John, 264, 33771, 396, 462 Adams, John Quincy, 395 dZgopithecus, 30 Africa: European contact with, 3-4, 56 ,12, 23; as land of new monsters, 3031 ; associated with sexuality, 33; ancient reputation of, 39; social structure in, 58; slavery in, 58, 89; hoes used in, 113; cartography of, 158; inoculation in, 202-4; albinism in, 25152 ; common diseases in, 260; in antislavery literature, 283, 370; in proslavery writings, 305-8; American hopes for Christianization of, 42324 ; yellow fever in, 529. See also Apes; Beasts; Climate; Colonization; Color; Guinea; Heathenism; Orangoutangs ; Savagery; Sexuality; Slave trade African Episcopal Church of St. Thomas, 423-24 African Methodist Episcopal Church, 423 Africans: in England, 6, 34, 60, 224, 237; in Europe, 14-15; religious practices, 23; manner of living, 24-25, 28, 3940 ; tribal distinctions among, 24-25, 90, 102, 111, 185; social order among, 26; helplessness against Europeans, 91; standard of dress, 161; native, in colonies, 184; in northern Africa, 254; paint devil white, 258. See also Hottentots ; Moors; Slave trade; Slaves Airey, Rev. (Anglican in Md.), 186 Akin, James, 121-22 Albany, N. Y., 105, 144, 392 Albinos, 585; discovered among Negroes , 243, 249-50; speculation concerning , 250-52; Negro called leprous , 258; discussed by Jefferson, 458; study of after Revolution, 521-25; S. S. Smith on, 533 Alexandria, Va., 320, 386, 400 Alison, Rev. Francis, 299 Allen, Rev. Gary, 363 Allen, John, 290 Allen, Rev. Richard, 422-23, 455, 528 Alsop, George, 193 Amalgamation. See Melting pot; Miscegenation American Academy of Arts and Sciences, 355, 444 American Colonization Society, 566 American destiny: peopling of the continent , 69,143, 269,544, 547; as America itself, 115; compared to West Indian , 142-43; Paine on, 269; Stiles on, 269-70; and natural advantages of the continent, 288; meaning after Revolution, 332, 334-35; and miscegenation , 470, 580-81; Jefferson on, [617] A [6i8] I N D E X 480; aided by climate, 515, 540; and environmentalism, 537-38; belongs to whites, 541; exclusion of Negroes from, 547; violated by slaveholding, 562; and War of 1812, 566; as venture into a new world, 573-74. See also American Revolution; Miscegenation ; National identity; Nationalism ; Self-identity American independence, 209, 333-36. See also American destiny;American Revolution; Declaration of Independence ; National identity American Magazine, 494 American Museum, 378-79, 419, 447, 497> 528 American Philosophical Society, 444, 486, 518, 521-22, 524 American Revolution: trends during and after, 264-65, 270-71; as turning point, 310-11; legacy, 332; and St. Domingo, 378; expected spreading of, 386-91; suggests all men crave liberty, 390-91; retreat from principles of, 401-2; and Negro voting,414; betrayal of, 578-79; ideology of as cultural conscience,579, 581. See also American independence; Declaration of Independence; Natural rights Les Amis des Noirs, 376 Anality, 36, 39, 238, 256-57, 567-68 Anatomy, comparative, xxxiii, 222,485; Tyson's early achievement, 32, 21819 ; after Revolution, 497-502; J. A. Smith on, 505-6; effect of development of, 509; study of undermines environmentalism, 537; modern on races, 585. See also Color; Facial angle; Penis Anglican Church, 206-7, 210, 211,334, 418. See also Church of England Anglicans, 199, 301. See also Ministers Angola, 74 Animal Economy (John Hunter), 523 Animals, 16, 28, 218, 219. See also Beasts; individual animals Anthropologists, 509, 534 Anthropomorpha, 221 Antifederalists, 325, 332, 36071 Antigonus, 12 Antigua, 154, 156*1, 17677, 181. See also West Indies Antislavery: Sewall on, 165, 195-96; slavery inconsistent with American liberty, 193-94. 279, 289-92, 333; among Quakers, 194-95, 196, 197, 256-57, 271-76; condemned by proponents of conversion, 197-98; abetted by religious revivals, 214; advocates on Negro's color, 255, 258, 545; advocated before Revolution, 27880 ; and problem of savagery of Africans , 285-87; relationship to ideology of Revolution, 292-94; religious impulse in, 292-301; sinfulness of slavery, 297-301, 543-44; national...

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9781469600765
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9780807834022
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861793501
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696
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2016-01-01
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English
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