"Here I have lived"; a history of Lincoln's Springfield, 1821-1865, by Paul M. Angle.
Angle, Paul M. (Paul McClelland), 1900-1975.
  • Rague, John F., 74, 105
  • Railroads, 54, 164-65, 166. See also under corporate names.
  • Rails, in campaign of 1860, 244
  • "Railsplitter," the, 244
  • Ransdell's Tavern, 51
  • "Rebecca" letters, 122-23
  • Rector, William, 14n
  • Reed, James F., 138-39
  • Religion, interest in, 27-28. See also Churches.
  • Republican party, conventions, 213, 218, 228, 238; rallies, 220, 236-37; endorses emancipation, 273; un|friendly to Lincoln, 284-85
  • Republicanism, in Sangamo country, 29
  • Reynolds, John, 39, 192, 233
  • Richardson, William A., 219, 223, 244
  • Richland (Ill.), 20
  • Richmond, fall of, 271, 288
  • Ridgely, Anna, 256
  • Ridgely, Nicholas H., hospitality, 108, 191; and Northern Cross, 152, 153; establishes bank, 172; at Com|promise meeting, 205; offers war loan, 263
  • Rio Grande River, 133
  • Roberts, Edmund, 52
  • Roberts, Mrs. Edmund, 94
  • Roberts, Horatio E., 132, 133
  • Robinson, Solon, 154
  • Robinson Family, 187
  • Rockford Forum, 177
  • Rodney, Miss, 93
  • Roman Catholic Church, 53, 198-99
  • Roman Catholic Total Abstinence So|ciety, 194
  • Rosette, John E., 226
  • Page  311Rowett, Richard, 282
  • Runyon, Samuel, 283
  • Rural Hotel, 72, 77
  • Ruth, Reuben F., 174
  • Rye, amount raised, 155