Lincoln's Vandalia, a pioneer portrait; illus. by Romaine Proctor.
Baringer, William Eldon, 1909-
  • Lane, Wm., 103-04
  • Leidig, Geo., 31
  • Lincoln, Abraham, as legislator, 3, 40, 45 ff., 64 ff., 79 ff.; appearance, 4, 56-57; arrives in Vandalia, 3-4, 9-10, 22, 27; early career, 5-9; as soldier, 8; personality, 36; president, 43, 126; as cor|respondent, 62-67, 92; studies
  • Lincoln, Abraham—continued law, 63, 72; reelected, 71-73; as surveyor, 72; as lawyer, 73, 111; works for internal improvements, 90 ff.; and county division, 93 ff.; defends bank, 99; on slavery, 100, 110-11; in capital relocation fight, 104 ff.; wins capital for Springfield, 108-09; celebrates victory, 110, 114; moves to Springfield, 111; defends capital removal, 113 ff.; candidate for Speaker, 117, 123; divides San|gamon County, 118; post-Van|dalia career, 124-26; influence of Vandalia period on, 3-4, 124-26
  • Linder, Usher F., 82, 95-96, 98-99, 105, 113-14
  • Lippincott, Thomas, 21-22
  • Lockwood, Samuel, 108
  • Logan, S. T., 112
  • Long Nine, formed, 73-76; de|scribed, 83-84; unity of action, 91, 93-94. 96, 102-03, 105-09; celebrates, 110, 114; revised, 112, 114-15; later careers of, 123-26
  • "Lord Coke," 52, 102