"Here I have lived"; a history of Lincoln's Springfield, 1821-1865, by Paul M. Angle.
Angle, Paul M. (Paul McClelland), 1900-1975.
  • Labarthe, M., 178
  • Lafayette (Ind.), 163
  • Lake Fork, 20
  • Lamb, James L., 108, 159, 168, 191
  • Lamb, John C., 269
  • Lamborn, Josiah, 119
  • Land sales, 9, 11-12
  • Langford, —, 120
  • Lanphier, Charles H., urges purchase of Oak Ridge, 179; notifies Douglas of election, 235; serenaded, 241; denounces emancipation, 275. See also Illinois State Register.
  • Latham, Mrs. Catherine, 174
  • Latham, James, 13
  • Latham, Phil, 19
  • Lawyers, early, 25
  • Lectures, in Springfield, 102, 187-88
  • Lee, Robert E., 288-89
  • Legislature, sessions, 83-84
  • Lehmanowsky, Col., 78
  • Levees (receptions), 99
  • Levering, Lawrason, 86n, 93
  • Levering, Mercy, 93, 95, 96, 97. See also Mrs. James C. Conkling.
  • Lewis, Thomas, 47
  • Library Association, 192
  • Lick Creek, 140-41
  • Lincoln, Abraham, debt to Spring|field, xiii-xv; enters Sangamon County, 34; advocates improve|ment of Sangamon River, 38; ad|vocates usury legislation, 54; se|cures capital for Springfield, 57; settles at Springfield, 59; Investi|gates state house charges, 66; kills capital repeal bill, 71; charges Adams with fraud, 69-70; intro|duces state house appropriation, Page  308 Lincoln, Abraham—continued 72; secures Truett's acquittal, 77; Lyceum address, 80; story about unattractiveness of Springfield, 92; in Springfield society, 93; engage|ment and marriage, 95-97, 100; signs cotillion invitation, 98; aids theater company, 100; on Jackson funeral committee, 106; hospital|ity, 108, 191; Whig leader, 110; in Harrison campaign, 111; jumps from window, 116; in Fisher murder case, 119-20; duel with Shields, 120-25; opposes annexa|tion of Texas, 131; attitude on Mexican War, 132, 136; at Hardin memorial meeting, 134; advocates railroad, 152; addition to residence, 176; toast to fire companies, 182; lecture, 189; temperance address, 193; absent from Compromise meeting, 205; eulogizes Clay, 208; describes opposition to Nebraska Bill, 209; hears C. M. Clay speak, 210; debates with Calhoun, 211; replies to Douglas, 212; defeated for Senate, 213-14; at Bloomington convention, 215; at ratification meeting, 216; receives votes for vice-presidential nomination, 218; at Fremont rally, 220; Fillmore letter, 221; Dred Scott speech, 225; senatorial campaign, 1858, 227-35; nominated for Presidency, 236-38; at notification ceremony, 239; at ratification meeting, 247; as nom|inee, 249-51; votes, 251; receives election returns, 252-53; as President-Elect, 253; attitude on secession, 257-58; leaves for Wash|ington, 260; inaugurated, 262; Douglas supports, 265; issues emancipation proclamation, 273; letter to Union meeting, 281; de|nounced by Democrats, 284; nom|ination, 1864, 285-86; re-elected, 287; "Old Bob," 289; death, 290; funeral, 291-92
  • Lincoln, Mrs. Abraham, hospitality, 108; at Smith trial, 126; describes new residences, 176; describes social activities, 191-92; at noti|fication ceremony, 239; described by correspondent, 250; at recep|tion, 256; consents to Lincoln's burial at Springfield, 291. See also Lincoln, Mrs. Abraham—continued Mary Todd.
  • Lincoln, Robert Todd, 203
  • Lincoln, Sarah Bush, 260
  • Lincoln, Thomas (Tad), 239
  • Lincoln, William Wallace, 239
  • Lincoln Guards, 263
  • Lincoln Young Americas, 242
  • Linder, Usher F., 131
  • Liquor, intoxicating, 193, 194-95
  • Living costs, 173
  • Loami, Integral Phalanx at, 140-41
  • "Lobby," the, 106-07
  • Lockwood, Samuel D., 107
  • "Log cabin" campaign, 110-16
  • Logan, John A., 244, 281
  • Logan, Stephen Trigg, Whig leader, 65, 110; in Adams controversy, 70; hospitality, 108, 191; in Fisher murder case, 119; defeated for Congress, 136; in Integral Phalanx case, 141; erects buildings, 174, 192; absent from Compromise meeting, 206; debates with Harris, 211; at Bloomington convention, 215; aids in Lincoln's nomination, 238
  • Logan County, formed, 73
  • "Long Nine," 55-57, 71-72
  • Loose, Jacob, 159
  • "Lost Townships," letters, 121-23
  • Lot sales, Springfield, 16-17, 88
  • Louisville (Ky.), convention pro|posed, 275
  • Lovejoy, Elijah P., 80
  • Lovejoy, Owen, 213, 220
  • Lowry, Mrs. Eliza, 53
  • Ludlum, Cornelius, 148
  • Lutherans, 198