INDEX
Agricultural Wheel, 22
Alabama, 22, 29, 32–34, 43, 46, 72, 105, 193;
Birmingham, 22; Gadsden, 72;
Helena, 22; Je√erson Mines, 22;
Mobile, 2, 22; Montgomery, 22; New-
castle, 22; Pratt Mines, 22; Warrior
Station, 2, 22; Whistler, 72
Aliens, 130, 133–135
Allen, Andrew, 113
Alliance Farmer, 15–16, 18, 25
Amalgamated Association of Iron and
Steel Workers, 87, 116
American Congregational Missionary
Society, 111
American Federation of Labor, 24, 202–
203
Appleby, Joyce, 9
Arena, 162
Arkansas, 3, 45, 193; Hot Springs, 61; Lit-
tle Rock, 61; Pine Blu√, 73
Arnesen, Eric, 204
Arthur, Peter, 120
Atlanta Baptist Seminary, 111
Atlanta, Georgia, 12–13, 89; black civic
life in, 102–103, 110–111; early interra-
cial organizing in, 113–120; economic
and population structure in, 104–108;
Jenningstown neighborhood, 110;
Knights of Labor assemblies in, 103–
104, 111–114; Knights of Labor Gen-
eral Assembly in, 124; Mechanics-
ville neighborhood, 110; neighborhood
segregation in, 108–110; political
organizing in, 120–124; Shermantown
neighborhood, 110; skill divide in, 116–
119; strikes and boycotts in, 114–120;
Summerhill neighborhood, 110, 117;
Ward 1, 108, 110; Ward 2, 108, 110;
Ward 3, 108, 110, 120; Ward 4, 108, 110,
120, 123–124, Ward 5, 108, 110, Ward 6,
108, 110
Atlanta Rolling Mill, 116
Atlanta University, 111
Beaumont, Ralph, 31
Bethel Church, 110
Beverley, James Bradshaw, 176–177, 185,
194
Black, James C. C., 163, 171–172
Bonacich, Edna, 35
Boston, Massachusetts, 93
Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers,
115, 120
Brotherhood of Railway Conductors, 115
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