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INDEX
A Note on the Index
A page number followed by “n.” with a digit (e.g., 22 n. 5) indicates that the subject appears
in the note cited. An asterisk (*) precedes a biographical annotation (e.g., *249 n. 1). Some
pages contain more than one complete document, each with its own sequence of notes. On
these pages, where two notes occur with the same number, the symbol “§” indicates the
lower note with that number (e.g., 199 n. refers to the n. 1 in the second sequence of
notes on page 199). A subject who appears both in the text and in a note on the same page is
indicated by the page number only, except in the case of a biographical annotation. Captions
of illustrations are indexed as text. Bibliographical information cited in the notes is not
indexed.
When there are variant spellings of a name, the spelling that seems most nearly
correct or is most often used in the cited sources is given. Married names are enclosed in
parentheses, e.g., “Ashwood, Amy (Garvey).”
References are included for persons who are unnamed on a page but are otherwise
identified by title or position.
Topics of speeches and writings are indexed according to the wording used in the
document.
Aanan, C., 290
Abbot, Ann, 298
“A.B.C.,” in Listín Diario, 227
Abd el-Krim, 38 n. 2
Abolition and emancipation, 147, 237 n. 1, 251,
350; in British West Indies, 25 n. 1;
celebration of, lxvii, 14–20, 60 n. 4; in St.
Croix, 298 n. 2; under Victoria, 17
Aborigines Rights Protection Society (ARPS),
65 n. 3
Abraham, Joseph Bomper, 77
Abrams, G. C., 287
Abrigo, Elizabeth, 288
Abril, Mariano, 349 n. 2
Abyssinia, King and Queen of, 367–368
Adams, C., 289
Adams, E. C., letter from, 342–343
Adams, Emily, 291
Adams, Randolph, 163
Adderly, Mr. (British Honduras), 85, 87
Adeonis, James Edward, 289
Adrien, Mr. Am., 20
Africa, 156–157, 185, 344, 357; “Back to
Africa” movement and, 10, 31; Black Star
Line and, 115, 136; British and, 33–34,
335–339; colonization schemes of, 85,
335–336; “for the Africans,” 17, 62, 115,
158 n. 1, 237, 297, 336, 364; freedom and
emancipation of, 10, 94, 238–239; Garvey
as provisional president of, 74, 89, 159 n.
1, 227, 306 n. 1, 363, 368; hope of, 121–
122; as Motherland, 3, 12, 35, 64, 86, 123,
251, 260, 293; Negro republic and empire
in, 38, 85, 86, 230, 234; redemption of,
12, 13, 40, 57, 79, 93, 94, 123, 209, 221,
233, 251, 260, 314, 350, 351; as ultimate
objective of UNIA, 8, 142, 144, 363, 367–
368; West, 38 n. 1, 65 n. 3, 115, 136. See
also names of African countries
Africa and Orient Review, 63
African Americans: colonization of Africa by, 337
n. 4, 363 n. 1; light-skinned, lxix; NAACP
and, 213, 277–278 n. 2, 281; in O’Neill’s
works, 307 n. 3; Pan-Africanism and, lxviii,
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