"Here I have lived"; a history of Lincoln's Springfield, 1821-1865, by Paul M. Angle.
Angle, Paul M. (Paul McClelland), 1900-1975.
  • Cadets of Temperance, 194
  • Calhoun, John, defeated for state sen|ate, 63, 67; Democratic leader, 64, 110; in Douglas-Francis quarrel, 115; speaks on Oregon question, 131; at Compromise meeting, 205; debates with Lincoln, 211; speaks at State Fair, 213
  • Calhoun, John Caldwell, 13
  • Calhoun, Town of, 13, 15
  • California, emigration to, 138-39; seeks admission to Union, 204-05
  • Calvary, A. W., 107
  • Cameron, Simon, 256
  • Camp Butler, 268, 269, 270, 272
  • Camp Yates, 264, 267, 268, 272
  • Campbell, David B., 106, 129
  • Campbell, Thompson, 92
  • Campbellite church, 53, 198
  • Canedy, Peleg C., 157
  • Capital, of Illinois, 55-57, 71-73, 83
  • Capital Band, 229
  • Capital Guards, 229
  • Capitol. See State House.
  • Capps, Jabez, 24
  • Carlin, Thomas, 83
  • Carlinville, 162
  • Carpenter's Hall, 189
  • Carter, T. J., 192
  • Cartwright, Peter, 11, 27, 28
  • Cass, Lewis, 137
  • Cass County, 73
  • Cattle, trade in, 48, 168
  • Cemeteries, 179-80
  • Cerro Gordo, Battle of, 134
  • Chandler, Zachariah, 245, 281
  • Charleston, 260
  • Charleston (S. C.), 240, 288
  • Chase, Philander, 53, 198
  • Chase, Salmon Portland, 238, 257
  • Chatterton, G. W., 176, 181
  • Chenery, John W., 175
  • Chenery House, 175, 238, 260
  • Chicago, delegation from, Harrison campaign, 113-14; stage fare to, 149; growth, 161; railroad to, 163; Page  303 Chicago—continued state fair at, 187; Douglas speaks at, 211, 229; Lincolns visit, 256
  • Chicago & Alton Railroad, traffic on, 167, 168; Matteson in, 176. See also Alton & Sangamon, Chicago & Mis|sissippi.
  • Chicago & Mississippi Railroad, 177, 181. See also Alton & Sangamon, Chicago & Alton.
  • Chicago Democratic Press, 214
  • "Chicken Row," location, 44; im|provement of, 174; fire, 181; men|tioned, 89, 91
  • Cholera, 41-42, 143, 166
  • Christian church, 53
  • Christian County, 73
  • Christmas, observance, 190
  • Churches, Springfield, 27-28, 53, 196-99. See also under denominational names.
  • Cilley, Jonathan, 125n
  • Circus, in Springfield, 49, 101-02, 188-89
  • City Hotel, described, 88; entertain|ment at, 102; remodeled, 175; fire, 181; during state fair, 186
  • City Lyceum, 193
  • City Mill, 181
  • Civic spirit, absence, 91-92; develop|ment, 177-83
  • Civil War, begins, 262
  • Clarke, Charles James Fox, 102
  • Clark's Exchange Bank, 172
  • Clary's Grove, 20, 117
  • Clay, Cassius M., 210
  • Clay, Henry, candidacy of, 31, 130; popularity, 31; and Compromise of 1850, 205; memorial meeting, 208
  • Clay, Porter, 78
  • Clear Lake, 268
  • Clifton, J., 87
  • Clinton Hall, 186
  • Coal mining, 160
  • Codding, Ichabod, 213, 214
  • Coles, Edward, 28
  • Colfax, Schuyler, 281
  • Colonization, approved, 79; Society, 52, 78
  • Columbia (S. C,), 288
  • Columbians, concert, 187
  • "Commercial Row," 174
  • Commodities, for sale, 44-45; prices, 47, 157, 159
  • Compromise of 1850, 204-06, 207
  • Conant, William, 129
  • Concert Hall, 183, 190
  • Concordia College, 202n
  • Confederate prisoners, at Camp But|ler, 270
  • Conkling, Clinton, 203
  • Conkling, James C., in Springfield society, 93; describes Springfield social life, 94-96; letter on Lincoln, 96; describes political speech|making, 111n; describes Mary Todd, 115; describes Shields, 121; debates with McConnel, 211; speaks at rally, 233; complains of Lincoln, 284; supports Lincoln, 286
  • Conkling, Mrs. James C., describes women's war activities, 269; on effect of battles, 270; on Southern sympathizers, 276. See also Mercy Levering.
  • Connelley, George R., 128
  • Constable, C. H., 217
  • Constitutional convention, 1824, Springfield against, 30
  • Constitutional convention, 1847, mem|bers attend Hardin funeral, 136
  • Cook, Daniel Pope, 11, 12n, 28
  • Cook, John, soap factory, 165; build|ing, 175; names Oak Ridge, 179; elected colonel 7th Illinois, 264; eulogizes 7th Illinois, 282
  • "Copperheads," in Springfield, 279, 288
  • Cormack, Rivers, 5
  • Corn, production of, 154-55; export of, 168
  • Corneau, J. A., 129
  • Corneau, S. A., 226
  • Corneau & Diller, 157
  • Cornelia, steamer, 163
  • Corwin, Thomas, 245
  • Cottage Garden, 176-77
  • Cotton Hill, 74
  • Couldock, Charles Walter, 189
  • Court houses, 43, 89-90 and note
  • Courts, 83-84, 94
  • Cowardin, George M., 135
  • Cox, S. S., 278
  • Cox, Thomas, proprietor of Spring|field, 11, 12n; 4th of July celebra|tion at home of, 28; Adams sup|porter, 31
  • Craftsmen, 24, 45, 156, 169
  • Crews, Rev. H., 76
  • Cullom, Shelby M., 221, 225, 245
  • Cutcheon, S. M., 201
  • Cutright, D., 67