"Here I have lived"; a history of Lincoln's Springfield, 1821-1865, by Paul M. Angle.
Angle, Paul M. (Paul McClelland), 1900-1975.
  • Talisman (steamer), 36-38
  • Tampico (Mex.), 133
  • Taney, Roger B., 224
  • Taverns, 24, 87-88. See also under individual names.
  • Talbott, Benjamin, 69, 70
  • Taylor, Bayard, 187
  • Taylor, E. D., 37, 213
  • Taylor, Hannah, 20
  • Taylor, John, 11, 12n, 17
  • Taylor, Margaret, 20
  • Taylor, Zachary, 137, 206
  • Telegraph, in use, 161
  • Temperance, agitation for, 78, 193-95
  • Temperance Hotel, 88
  • Tennessee, 3
  • Tennessee, Army of, 279
  • Tenth Illinois Volunteer Cavalry, 283
  • Texas, annexation, 130-31; boundary, 205
  • Thayer, Edward R., 159
  • Thayer, Joseph, 159
  • Theater, 52, 80-81, 100, 189
  • Thespian Society, 52, 80
  • Third Illinois Volunteers, 134
  • Thornton, Anthony, 244
  • Thornton, Miss, 93
  • Tinsley, S. M., 159
  • Tinsley, S. M. & Co., 148
  • "Tippecanoe & Tyler Too," 110-16
  • Todd, Elizabeth, 93
  • Todd, Dr. John, 33, 42
  • Todd, Mary, in Springfield society, 93-95; engagement and marriage, 95-97; in Harrison campaign, 115; on railroad excursion, 100. See also Mrs. Abraham Lincoln.
  • Todd family, 93
  • Trade, methods of, 22-23; export, 47; volume, 166, 169-70. See also Merchandising.
  • Trailor, Archibald, 117-20
  • Trailor, Henry, 117-20
  • Trailor, William, 117-20
  • Transportation, cost, 22; importance, 35-36; improvement, 48; demand for improvement, 54-55; slowness, 84; railroads, 144-46, 151-53; stage, 149-50
  • Treat, Samuel Hubbel, 134, 191, 196
  • Truett, Henry B., 77 and note
  • Trumbull, Lyman, in Springfield, 94; speeches by, 213, 220, 245, 256, 263; elected to Senate, 213-14; un|friendly to Lincoln, 285
  • Page  313Tuck, Amos, 257
  • Turley, James, 31
  • Turner, Jonathan Baldwin, 186
  • Twenty-first Illinois Volunteer In|fantry, 267
  • Twenty-sixth Illinois Volunteer In|fantry, 283
  • Twiggs, Gen. David E., 135
  • Tyler, John, 116
  • Typographical Association, 189