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For use in topical reading, consult titles such as Blockade, Consti-
tution, Great War of 1914, England, Slavery, Southern Characteris-
tics, and Statistics.

Abolition discussed by Webster,

215; grows, 226, 246.
Abolitionists criticize Webster,

224 ff.; discuss secession, 246.
Adams, C. F., Sr., on England
during Civil War, 272, 275 ff.,
288; Lowell's tribute to him,
276; his famous telegram,
290.

Adams, C. F., Jr., quotes J. Q.

Adams, 245, and Gordy, 248,
on secession; his own views
on it, 249 ff.; quotes Mrs. J.
Davis, 258; on Cotton Fam-
ine, 261 ff.; on England and
Civil War, 275 ff.

Adams, J., on the Constitution,
136, 137 n.

Adams, J. Q., on secession, 205,
245-246.

Africa and cotton, 370.

Ahasuerus and cotton canopies,
18.

Alabama, cotton and slavery,

198 ff.; railway building, 203.
Alabama and cotton, 285 ff.
Alderman, E. A., cited, 311 ff.,
340.

Alexander the Great discovers
cotton, 5 ff., 23 ff.; his trade
routes, 23 ff.
Alexandria's ancient greatness,
25; modern importance
cotton market, 334 n.

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Alpino on Egyptian cotton, 372.
Altitude of cotton zone, 337.
Amasis and cotton, 23, 26.
American Historical Review

cited, 154 ff.

American Journal of Science
cited, 154 ff.

Angell, N., on cotton and inter-
nationalism, 4; on econom-
ics and fatalism, 297; on
slavery, 325; on "half-pre-
paredness," 392.

Anglo-Egyptian Sudan, 373.
Annals of the American Acad-
emy of Political and Social
Science cited, 309, 327, 334,
339, 374.

Annapolis convention, Madison
at, 125.

Antony, Mark, uses cotton in
Egypt, 15.

Ants and aphides, 388.
Antwerp and cotton, 35.
Arabia and cotton, 31.

Arachne, 44, 176, 229, 384, 402.
Argentine and cotton, 380.
Aristobulus cited, 17.
Arizona, 207; cotton produc-
tion, 379.

Arkansas, admission of, 205.
Arkwright, R., his invention,
58, 66 ff.

Army consumption of cotton,
364, 366.

Arnold, J. J., cited, 309 n.
Arrian on cotton commerce, 26,
35.

Ashley, R. L., cited, 182 n.,

260 n.

Ashley, W. J., cited, 364.
Ashley's report cited, 98.
Asia and cotton, 6 ff., 16 ff.,
351 n., 393.

Assyria and cotton, 18.
Atkinson, E., cited, 350, 380.
Atlanta railway, 202.
Augusta and Whitney, 162, 165;
Courier cited, 191 n.; rail-
way, 202.

Austria declares war, 360.
Authorities, 426 ff.

Automatic loom, 346 ff.

Babson, R. W., cited, 360.

Bahamas and ancient cotton
culture, 113.

Baines, E., Jr., on Hindu cotton
culture, 20, 22; introduction
of cotton into England, 44;
inventors, 59; the "mule,"
71; English and American
interdependence, 302, 414.
Balance of trade, U. S., and cot-
ton, 3, 399 ff.
"Balbriggan," 372.
Baldwin, J. A., 326.

Baling in America, 305, 309 n.,
344.

Ballagh, J. C., cited, 169.
Balls, W. L., on cotton in
Egypt, 26, 372

Bamford, S., poem cited, 101 n.
Bancroft, G., quoted, 156.

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Cæsar's cotton awning, 30.
Calexico cotton, 379.
Calhoun, J. C., and protection,
179, 188; on Wilmot Proviso,
206 ff.; his last speech, 209 ff.;
death, 226.

Calico, how named, 6.

Calicut and cotton, 6, 21, 35.
California, admission of, 207 ff.,
221 ff.; cotton growing, 375 ff.
Camak, D. E., 326.
Canal of Ptolemy, 24; of
Brindley, 84 ff.; Panama, 351,
354.

"Captains of Industry," 79,
97 ff.

Caravans and cotton, 32.
Carlyle, T., on "captains of in-
dustry," 79, 97 ff.

Carnegie, A., on Watt, 80; his
childhood, 347 n.; on cotton-
seed, 355.

Cartwright, E., his invention,
58, 71 ff.

Cartwright, S. A., 230.
Cellulose, 365.

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Cheyney, E. P., cited, 56.
Child labor in England, 63,
98 ff.; in U. S., 326 ff.
Chimu and cotton culture, 117,
China and caravan trade, 32;
cotton production, 337, 339 n.,
423; trade consumption, 350.
Cholula and ancient cotton cul-
ture, 113.

Christy, D., 229 ff., 418.
Churka, 19, 125, 158.

Cicero, cited, 241.

Cincinnati railway, 202.

Civil War and cotton, 257 ff.,
318, 340.

Clark, J. B., on Industrial
Revolution, 94 ff.; on Asia
and cotton manufacture,
351 n.

Clark, V. S., cited, 169.
Clarke, W., on British labor,
98 n.

Clarkson letters, 229.

Clay, H., and protection, 180,
190; his compromises, 201,
207 ff.; speech quoted, 208;
death, 226.

Clayton, V. P., cited, 355.
Clothing of the world, 5, 337,
350 n.; increase per capita in
U. S., 353.

Cobden, R., on Cotton Famine,
267, 282; letters to Sumner
on, 273 ff., 280.

Coffee and cotton, 314.
Cole, Mrs. A. R., 323.
Colorado, admission of, 208.
Colorado River and cotton grow-
ing, 375 ff.

Columbus sails for India, 35;
discovers cotton in Cuba, 113;
introduces slavery, 139.
"Compact" theory of Constitu-
tion, 188, 193.
Compressing, 306, 309 n.
Compromise, Missouri

Missouri); of 1850, 197.

(see

Compromises of Constitution,

193, 248 ff.

Conditions for cotton culture,
338.

Confederacy, Davis's inaugural,
257; Lee on, 262; sends
Slidell to Napoleon, 271 ff.;
cotton loan, 284 ff.; failure at-
tributed to England, 275 ff.,
291; failure to use cotton re-
sources, 295.

Confederation, failure of, 128.
Congress, early futility of, 129.
Connecticut, early manufacture

in, 123; early use of cotton,
123; early dissensions, 130;
Whitney's home, 167; in the
Constitutional Convention,
133 ff.

Constitution of U. S., its cre-
ation, 128 ff.;
recognizes
slavery, 138, 246; interpreted
by Calhoun, 188, 193; com-
promises of, 193, 248 ff., 318;
secession in, 195, 245 ff.;
burnt in N. Y., 136, and in
Mass., 246; Rawle's view of,
251-252.

Contraband, cotton declared so

in 1915, 366 n.

Copeland, M. T., statistics of
manufacture, 348.

Corn and cotton in England, 91,
406; in America, 168, 279.
Coromandel and cotton, 21.
Cortes finds cotton,

113 ff.;
imitated in New England,
123.

Cotton and Finance cited, 353,
354.

"Cotton Belt," 338, 343, 370,
379, 381.

"Cotton Famine," 261 ff.

"Cotton is King," 229 ff., 239,
257 ff.

"Cotton Whigs," 224.

Cottonseed development, 354 ff.

Coxe, T., and early cotton in-
dustry, 122 ff., 172; on de-
cline of slavery, 148; on pro-
tection, 180; on ship-build-
ing, 302.

Crabbe describes Cartwright,
77.

Crawford, M. C., cited, 226 n.
Crompton, S., his invention, 58,
71 ff., 327.

Cuba and ancient cotton cul-
ture, 113; in the great con-
troversies, 200.

Cultivation, see Farming.
Curtis, W. E., cited, 147.

Dabney, C. W., cited, 381.
Damascus cottons, 31.
Dana, W. B., on cotton and
gold, 3, 4.

Darwin, C., and Malthus,
105 ff.; his doctrine stated,
389.

Darwin, E., poem on Vegetable
Lamb, 11; poem on Ark-
wright's mill, 68; opinion of
coming power of cotton, 70.
Davenport, F. M., quoted, 327,
369.

Davis, J., at West Point, 251;

inaugural address, 257; on
England and Civil War, 275,
291; on failure of cotton re-
sources, 292.

Davis, Mrs. J., cited, 258.
Davy, H., his invention, 58,
78 ff.

DeBow cited, 150, 259.
Defoe, D., cited, 47, 55.

De la Croix, poem on Vegetable
Lamb, 10.

Delaware and the Constitution,
135.

Derrick, S. J., cited, 329
Dew cited, 151.

Dickinson, G. L., cited, 21.
Drake, F., and Hawkins, 140.

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merce, 26; mummies, 28 ff.;
modern cotton production,
337, 361, 370 ff., 423.
Egyptian cotton, values, 337,
372; grown in U. S., 375 ff.
Elliott, E. N., cited, 230.
Elliott, O. L., quotes Washing-

ton, 121; Jefferson, 196.
Ellison, T., quotes Fuller, 41;
on English cotton laws, 46,
48; on Cotton Famine, 264.
Elson, H. W., cited, 247 n.
Emancipation Proclamation and
England, 279.

Emerson on Webster, 224.
Emery,
348 n.
England and new trade routes,
37; Flemish immigration, 15,
39 ff.; introduction of cotton,
44 ff.; rivalry with Holland,
37, 44; attempts suppression
of cotton, 46 ff.; Industrial
Revolution in, 48 ff.; encour-
ages American slavery, 139,
141; cotton manufacture, 184,
264, 349; Davis's message to,
258, and his verdict on, 291;
Cotton Famine, 261 ff.; in-

H. C., cited, 311 n.,

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Famine, Cotton, in England,
etc., 261 ff.

Farm crops of U. S., 1914,
360 n.

Farming of cotton, 303 ff., 338.
Fatalism and economics, 295,
340. See also Arachne.
Federal Convention, 128 ff.
Federalist cited, 133, 136.
Ferrero, G., cited, 25.
Financier cited, 2.
Fisher, J., 173.

Fiske, J., on evolution, 108, 386;
"Critical Period," 128 ff.;
early slavery, 139.

Fite, E. D., cited, 268.
Flanders and cotton manufac-
ture, 35 ff.

"Fleece," poem cited, 404.
Flemish weavers, 15, 39 ff.
Florida, admission of, 205.
Flowers of cotton, 304, 387.
Fontaine, P., cited, 141.
Force bill, 190.

France and Cotton

Famine,

271 ff., 283 ff.; and War of
1914, 362 ff.

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