txedni
Abolitionistliterature:childprotago-
nistsin,24,41–42;whitesupremacy
rhetoricand,42–44. Seealso Litera-
ture,American;Protagonists,child;
Slave-shipstories
Adams,Abigail,39
Adams,John,5,12–13,116
Adolescence (Hall),26
AdventuresofCongoinSearchof His
Master (Farrar),48–49
‘‘AfricanAmericanGirl’’(portrait),85
AfricanAmericans:aschildprotago-
nists,48–50;identityof,148–51;
psychologistsonmentaltraitsof,
139–41,146–48. Seealso Race
Alcott,LouisaMay,82–83,91.Seealso
LittleMen (Alcott)
Allen,Theodore,111
Allen,William,61
Alryyes,Ala,78
Altgeld,John,109–10
Americanculturalstudiesandthe
child,1–28
AmericanGeography (Morse),38
Americanliterature. See Literature,
American
AmericanPoliticalIdeals (Fiske),117
AmericanScene,The (James),143–44
Anderson,Benedict,3
Anglo-Saxons:onannexationof Texas,
52;childasrepresentingfreedom
for,38–39;establishingidentityof,
42;as‘‘founders’’ofUnitedStates,
34–36;politicalrhetoricabout,
115–21
Anti-SlaveryDays (Clarke),146
Appiah,K.Anthony,4,12
Aptheker,Herbert,173
Archer,BranchT.,61
Ariès,Philip,6
Armistad,Wilson,43
Atkins,Thomas,87–88
Augustine,Saint,8
Austin,Stephen,60–61,69
Authority,consentto:sentimentand,
83–91;useofthechildforsoliciting,
79–80
Baker,Houston,53,59
Baldwin,JamesMark,26,134,136,146
Balibar,Etienne,31–32
Bancroft,George,34
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