"Here I have lived"; a history of Lincoln's Springfield, 1821-1865, by Paul M. Angle.
Angle, Paul M. (Paul McClelland), 1900-1975.
  • Abolition, 79
  • Adams, J. H., 169
  • Adams, James, buys lot, 17; buys rattlesnakes, 20; early lawyer, 25; in political controversy, 67-70
  • Adams, John Quincy, 31
  • "Agricola," 61-62
  • Agriculture, dependence on transpor|tation, 35-36; unrest of farmers, 146; conditions of, 154-55; in|creased use of machinery, 160; greater production, 168
  • Alden's Hotel, 50
  • Alleghenians, 105, 187
  • Allegheny County (Pa.), 252
  • Allen, Robert, 66
  • Allen, Rowland P., 15
  • Alton, freight costs to, 36; cholera in, 42; produce exported from, 47; railroad to, 54, 151, 163; contender for state capital, 56; site of Lincoln-Shields duel, 123; Mexican War camp, 132; state fair at, 187
  • Alton & Sangamon Railroad, 159, 162-63. See also Chicago & Mis|sissippi Railroad, Chicago & Alton Railroad.
  • Alvey, William, 53
  • American Hemp Co., 142
  • American House, theater in, 80; visi|tors at, 83; described, 87-88; en|tertainments at, 98, 99, 100, 105; Van Buren at, 106; during state fair, 186; Douglas at, 211, 248; mentioned, 92
  • American Protestant Society, 142
  • Anderson, Gen., 283
  • Anderson, Joseph, estate, 68-69
  • Antietam, Battle of, 272
  • Anti-Nebraska party, 213, 215, 224
  • "Aristocracy Hill," 176
  • Armstrong, Hugh M., 169
  • Arnold, Isaac N., 108, 150
  • Arsenal, 269
  • Ashmun, George, 239
  • At Home and Abroad, 187
  • Augusta Family, 105