INDEX
aclu (American Civil Liberties Union),
234, 300 n.5
Africa/Africans, 18, 212–13. See also indi-
vidual countries
African Americans, 27, 30, 132, 138,
149–50, 158, 173, 290 n.48, 299 n.51
Alcatraz, 28, 185–86, 295 n.5
Alcatraz Proclamation to the Great White
Father and His People, 186
Alemán, Jesse, 276 n.29
Alexander, Jacqui, 119
‘‘Alien’’ status, 70–72
Allison, Dorothy, 126
American Civil Liberties Union (aclu),
234, 300 n.5
American Eugenics (Ordover), 248–49
American Express, 136–37, 179
American Family Immigration History
Center, 11, 50, 99, 100, 154, 155–56,
159–61, 164–65
American Foundation for aids Research
(amfar), 27–28
American Immigrant Wall of Honor, 11,
50, 159–65, 167–68, 171–74, 293 n.31;
wallofhonor.com, 172
America’s Hardcore, 113
America’s Proud Lady (Haskins), 138,
139–41
‘‘America Stands Tall’’ (auto decoration),
108, 109
amfar (American Foundation for aids
Research), 27–28
Amnesty International, 299 n.53
Anarchism, 130, 254, 305 n.66
Ancestry/family heritage, 3, 294 n.36
‘‘Ancient World, The’’ (Janson), 301 n.11
Anderson, Benedict, 269 n.48
Angel Island: female-to-males at, 79;
forced disrobing at, 75, 80; gender and,
62, 74–75; gift shop, 177; as heritage
site, 27, 62, 177; medical inspections
at, 74–75; racial exclusion at, 75, 177;
resources for, 177–78, 184–85; visitors
to, 295 n.2
Antiquities Act (1906), 131
Antislavery activism, 128–29, 142–43,
147–48, 261
Appadurai, Arjun, 25, 268 n.41
Aramark Corporation, 4, 156, 228, 230,
234, 235–37, 303 n.42, 305 n.64
Archive of Feelings, An (Cvetkovich),
275 n.17
artist (Artists’ Response to Illegal State
Tactics), 195
Art vendors, 196–97
Ash, Juliet, 270 n.59
Asia/Asians, 27, 56–57, 74, 120–21, 138,
149, 177, 221. See also individual coun-
tries
Audience, 112, 176–77
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