y against slavery, 130.
Grimke, Sarah M., her testimony against slavery, 129.
Hampton Institute and General Armstrong, 241.
Hedrick. Professor, expelled from North Carolina, 108.
Henry the Eighth and the Protestant reformation, 187.
Heyrick, Elizabeth, promulgates the doctrine of Immediate Emancipation, 23.
Higginson, T. W., his biographical account of Mrs. Child, VI., XIII.; sermon to the people of Lawrence, Kans., 84; speech at an anti-slavery meeting, 149.
Hincks, Governor, of the West Indies, 134.
History of women, VII.
Hoar, Samuel, expelled from South Carolina, 108.
Hobomok, Mrs. Child's first story, VII.
Hopper, Isaac T., 43; Mrs. Child's Life of, XIII.
Hosmer, Harriet, 68.
Hovey, Charles F., 82.
Indians, treatment of the, 218-220.
Jack, Captain, the Modoc chief, 220.
Jackson, General, Andrew, and the Seminole War, 219.
Jackson, Francis, 260.
Jay, John, 188.
Jefferson, Thomas, testimony of against slavery, 133