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on restriction of immigration, 229-30

Root, John, 86-87

Ross, E.A., _The Old World in the New_, cited, 163 (note)

Rumania, Mennonites in, 89

Rush, Benjamin, _Manners of the German Inhabitants of Pennsylvania_, 127-29

Russia, Mennonites in, 89

Russians, as North Slavs, 164;
in United States, 169-70

Ruthenians (Ukranians), as North Slavs, 164;
in United States, 169


St. Lawrence River, French on, 18

St. Louis, Cabet in, 100;
Irish in, 113;
Germans in, 135;
Hungarian Jews in, 178;
Italians in, 180

St. Patrick's Day, observed in Boston (1737), 108;
in New York City (1762), 108;
(1776), 108;
(1784), 109

San Antonio, Italians in, 211

San Francisco, anti-Chinese attitude, 193, 194, 200;
Japanese excluded from public schools, 205

Savannah, Germans in, 127

Say, Thomas, "Father of American Zoölogy," 95

Scandinavians in United States, 85, 153-59, 185

Schleswig-Holstein, Danes emigrate from, 156

Schluter, _see_ Sluyter

Schmitz, Mayor of San Francisco, 205

Schurz, Carl, 139

Scioto Land Company (Companie du Scioto), 151-52

Scotch, in America, 6, 12-13;
in Manhattan, 17;
immigrants, 110, 150;
on the land, 151;
in coal mines of Pennsylvania, 218

Scotch-Irish, in America, 6, 10, 11;
in Pennsylvania, 11-12, 12 (note);
names, 30-31

Seattle, Bulgarians in, 170;
anti-Chinese feeling, 200

Seneca Indians Reservation, Inspirationists purchase (1841), 81

Serbians, as South Slavs, 164;
in United States, 171, 217

Seward, W.H., Secretary of State, treaty with China (1868), 195-96

_Shaker Compendium_ quoted, 91

Shakers, 91-92

Shaw, Albert, _Icaria, A Chapter in the History of Communism_, quoted, 100

Siberia, Russian immigrants to, 170 (note)

Sicilians, 182;
_see also_ Italians

Silkville (Kan.), French communistic colony in, 102

Six Companies, Chinese organization, 192, 193

Slavery, as recognized institution, 9, 50;
Channing on, 46-47;
protests against, 51;
influence of cotton demand on, 52-53;
fugitive slaves, 54-55;
condition when emancipated, 56-57;
Germans against, 139;
_see also_ Negroes, Slave trade

Slave trade, beginning of, 47;
capture and transportation of slaves, 47-50;
law prohibiting, 55;
effect of cotton demand on, 55-56

Slavonians on Pacific slope, 213

Slavs, use of term, 164;
on poor land, 210;
colonies, 212-213;
in New England mills, 214, 215;
in Pennsylvania, 216, 217, 218;
_see also_ Bohemians, Bulgarians, Croatians, Dalmatians,
Montenegrins, Poles, Russians, Ruthenians, Serbians, Slovaks,
Slovenians

Slovaks, as North Slavs, 164;
in United States, 168-69, 216, 217;
_see also_ Slavs

Slovenians, as South Slavs, 164;
"Griners," 172;
_see also_ Slavs

Sluyter, Peter (or Schluter), (Vorstmann), leader of Labadists, 68

Snow Hill (Penn.), community, 72

Society of United Irishmen, 109

South, plantations lure English, 7;
Scotch-Irish in, 12;
cotton production, 52-53;
Reconstruction, 57-59;
opposes liberal land laws, 148;
immigrants in cut-over timber regions, 208;
opportunities for immigrants in, 210

South Carolina, French in, 15;
slave laws, 50;
insurrection (1822), 53;
Germans in, 127

South Dakota, Old Elmspring Community, 89

Spain, England's victory over, 2;
France cedes New Orleans to, 18

Spanish-Americans in California, 190

Standard Oil Company builds Whiting (Ind.), 217

Steiner, E.A., _On the Trail of the Immigrant_, quoted, 166, 178-79

Stephens, James, 119

Sullivan, General John, order of March 17, 1776, 108

Sunnyside (Ark.), Italians establish (1895), 211

Supreme Court, Chief Justices from American stock, 42;
upholds communal contract, 73;
upholds exclusion, 200;
on state regulation of immigration, 225

Swedes, in America, 85, 154, 155-56;
"Frenchmen of the North," 154;
_see also_ Scandinavians

Switzerland, Inspirationists from, 80;
immigration from, 104;
number of immigrants, 153

Syrians, as laborers, 122;
in United States, 184;
in Johnstown (Penn.), 216


Tacoma, anti-Chinese feeling, 200

Taft, W.H. vetoes literacy test provision (1913), 231

Tammany Hall, 116

Tennessee, not represented in First Census, 25;
admitted as State (1796), 33;
pioneers leave, 36

Texas, added to United States, 33;
Icarians in, 99;
Fourieristic community in, 101-02;
Mainzer Adelsverein in, 136;
Bohemians in, 159;
Poles in, 160, 167;
Italian colonies, 211;
Slavs in, 213

Thompson, Holland, _The New South_, cited, 60 (note)

Tillinghast, _The Negro in Africa_, quoted, 49

Tokyo, anti-American feeling, 207

Tone, Wolfe, portrait on Fenian bonds by, 119

Transportation, development of, 149

_Tribune_, New York, Brisbane and, 97

Troost, Gerard, 95

Turks in United States, 184

_Turnvereine_, 131, 137

Tuskegee Institute, 63


Ukranians, _see_ Ruthenians

Ulster, Scotch in, 10

Ulstermen, _see_ Scotch-Irish

"Underground Railway," 54

United States, now called America, 22;
population at close of Revolution, 23;
American stock, 23;
census (1790), 24;
names changed or disappeared, 24-25 (note);
population (1820), 32;
Irish population, 105;
expansion, 147-48;
nation of immigrants, 233;
_see also_ America

United States Steel Corporation builds Gary (Ind.), 216-17

Unonius, Gustavus, 155

Utopias in America, 66 _et seq._;
bibliography, 238-39


Vermont, slaves emancipated, 51

Vespucci, Amerigo, claim of discovery recognized, 21

Vineland (N.J.), Italian colony at, 212

Virginia, English occupation (1607), 1;
English in, 5;
protests receiving criminals, 9;
Scotch-Irish in, 11, 12;
French in, 15;
slavery, 47, 50;
insurrection (1831), 53-54;
Irish in, 105;
Germans in, 127;
racial changes in coal regions of, 219

Vorstmann, _see_ Sluyter


Waldenses in Manhattan, 17

Waldseemüller, Martin, and name America, 21

Ward's Island, hospitals for immigrants on, 224

Ware, Poles in, 214

Washington, Booker T., 63

Washington, George, on name America, 21;
on spread of native population, 34;
order of March 17, 1776, 108

Washington (State), Scandinavians in, 156;
Japanese in, 203, 204

Washington (D.C.) Owen lectures at, 94;
anti-Japanese demonstration at, 207

Welsh, in United States, 6, 150, 151, 216, 217, 218

West, Far, Germans in, 142;
draws homeseekers, 147;
and land laws, 148;
_see also_ names of States

West Indies, French in, 18;
negro slavery, 47;
Irish transported to, 105;
Irish come through, 109

West, Middle, racial changes in, 216;
_see also_ names of States

West Virginia, Croatians in, 172;
racial changes in, 216, 219

Westfield, Poles in, 214

Whiting (Ind.), foreigners in, 217

Whitney, Eli, cotton gin, 52

Wilcox, W.F., quoted, 62-63

Wilmington, Germans in, 127

Wilson, Woodrow, and anti-Japanese feeling, 206;
on literacy test, 231

Windber (Penn.), racial changes in, 219

Winthrop, John, on immigration of Scotch-Irish, 11

Wisconsin, frontiersmen in, 36;
"Underground Railway" in, 54;
Fourieristic colony in, 97;
Germans in, 134, 137;
Swiss in, 153;
Scandinavians in, 156;
Poles in, 160, 167;
farms available in, 209;
Slavs in, 212

Worcester, Poles in, 214

Workingmen's party, 193

Wright, Fanny, 95

Wyoming, and Chinese indemnity claim, 201


Yazoo Delta, Italians in, 211

Yellow Springs (O.), communistic attempt, 96

Young, Brigham, 87

"Young Ireland" party, 120


Zimmermann, J.J., founder of Pietists, 69

Zinzendorf, Count, 72

Zoar, colony at, 78-80;
Amana gains members from, 83













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