Index
Abbott, Jacob, 170, 177–78, 186–89,
198, 202, 205–6, 219
Abolitionism, 2–3, 7–8, 22–23, 28,
62–69, 209–11, 288 n.70
Ackerman, Gerald, 297 n.86, 298 n.97
‘‘Address to the Slaves of the United
States of America’’ (Garnet), 231–34
Africa: Afrocentric representations of,
8, 23–24, 69–81, 222–61, 292 n.120;
as opposite of civilization, 8, 48–59;
Orientalist representations of, 20–
27, 191–201; as origin of civilization,
8, 23–24, 70–81, 222–31, 238–40,
292 n.120; racist representations of,
108–20
Afrocentricity (Asante), 309 n.40
Afrocentrism, xvii, 20–26, 62–81, 107,
119, 222–31, 237–61, 309 n.40. See
also Black nationalism; Ethiopia;
Ethiopianism; Pan-Africanism
Agassiz, Louis, 43
Alcott, Louisa May, 125–29, 141, 285
n.19
Alderson, William T., 284 n.9, 307 n.5
American School of Ethnology, xvi,
45–84, 116, 143, 272 n.18. See also
Gliddon, George Robins; Nott, Jo
Clark; Types of Mankind
Anatomy, 41–59, 77–81, 175, 205–9
n.136
Antarctica, 101, 105–6
Antiabolitionism, 7, 45–48, 61
Antony and Cleopatra (Shakespeare), 1
297 n.87
Apocalypse, 33–39, 120; race mixing
sign of, 36–38
Apollodorus, 187–91, 197–201, 296
Appeal to the Coloured Citizens of the Wo
(Walker), 226–31
Archaeologic, 93–96, 99–104, 106–8
116–17, 241–61
Archaeology, 16–18, 93–96, 106–8,
128–31, 208, 241–45, 253–61
Architecture. See Egyptian Revival;
Revivalism
Asante, Molefi Kete, 309 n.40
Atlantis, 33–35, 269 n.74
Austin, Henry, 156–59
Babel. See Tower of Babel
Bailey, J. O., 279 n.29
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