index
Abdy, Edward Strutt, 67
Abraham Lincoln and the Second American
Revolution (McPherson), 231n109
Adams, John, 129
“Address in Independence Hall in Phil-
adelphia, Pennsylvania” (Lincoln),
62 63
African American literature: Atlantic
travels in, 27 30, 54 55, 146; color
line in, 154; place in, 1 3, 8 10,
25 26, 35, 213 18; rise of the black
novel and, 1 2, 154 56; second wave
of, 154 55; territory and deterritori-
alization in, 3 4, 69 71; travel in, 55
“The African Diaspora in Indian Coun-
try” (Miles and Holland), 98
African Meeting House (St. Paul’s Bap-
tist Church) (Boston), 170 71, 176
Afro-American League, 173, 176
Afro- American Novel and Its Tradition, The
(Bell), 229n89
Agnew, John, 36
agrarianism, 17, 26, 59 60, 64 65, 178
Albert, James (Ukasaw Gronniosaw),
30 31
Alcoff, Linda Martín, 238 39n98
Alfred, Taiaiake, 100
Allmendinger, Blake, 91
A.M.E. Church Review, The (magazine),
258n39
America and Other Poems (Whitfield), 70
“American Authorship” (Howells), 174
American Fugitive in Europe, The (Brown),
28, 30
American Literary Geographies (Brückner
and Hsu), 61 62
American Literary Magazine (journal),
144, 242n17
American Negro, The (Du Bois), 160 61
American Notes (Dickens), 38
Ammons, Elizabeth, 258n48
Amsterdam News (newspaper), 252n65
“Anarchy Alley” (Dunbar- Nelson),
208 9
Anderson, Michael K., 236n54
Andrews, William, 90, 102
Anglo- African Magazine (black journal):
Blake and, 34, 71, 75, 85, 232n4,
242n26; Miralda and, 34
“Annexation of Cuba” (Delany), 114,
143
Anti- Lynching Crusaders, 258n39
Anti- Oedipus (Deleuze and Guattari), 89
Anti- Slavery Bugle (newspaper), 141
Anti- Slavery Harp, The (Brown), 224n30
Appadurai, Arjun, 226n53
“An Appeal to the People of Great Brit-
ain and the World” (Brown), 27
Appiah, Kwame Anthony, 227n64
Aristotle, 54
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