"Here I have lived"; a history of Lincoln's Springfield, 1821-1865, by Paul M. Angle.
Angle, Paul M. (Paul McClelland), 1900-1975.
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  • Danites, Mormon band, 127; political convention, 227
  • Danville, 163
  • Davis, David, 238
  • Debates, Lincoln-Douglas, 230-34, 237
  • Decatur, 215, 252
  • Decatur Infantry, 135
  • "Deep Snow," 33-34
  • Deere, John, 160
  • Democratic Club, 231
  • Democratic National Convention, 240-41
  • Democratic party, organization, 62-64; Springfield leaders, 110; erects hickory pole, 129; hostility to banks, 170; supports Nebraska Bill, 210; rallies, 217, 219, 248; effect on, of Dred Scott decision, 224; supports Civil War, 272; denounces emanci|pation, 273-74; supports peace movement, 274-75, 278-79; de|nounces Lincoln, 284, 286
  • De Vries, Madame, 178
  • Diamond Grove, 7
  • Dickerson, D., 37
  • Diller, Isaac R., 176
  • Diller, R. W., 187
  • Disciples of Christ, 198
  • "Discoveries and Inventions," Lin|coln's lecture, 189
  • Donner, George, 138-39
  • Donner party, 138-39
  • Douglas, Stephen Arnold, dominates Springfield Democracy, 64; polit|ical advancement, 94; signs cotil|lion invitation, 98; at Breese's ball, 99; Democratic leader, 110; polit|ical addresses by, 111, 131, 208, 212, 214, 219, 225, 248; quarrel with Francis, 115-16; in Masonic Order, 196; passes Compromise measures, 206; reports Nebraska Bill, 209; acclaimed in Springfield, 211; 1858 Senatorial campaign, 227-35; candidate for Presidency, 207, 217, 240-41; Union address, 265-66; death, 267
  • "Douglas Hall," 243
  • Dred Scott decision, 224
  • Drennan, William, 4, 5
  • Dresser, Rev. Charles, 208
  • Dryer, Almira, 20
  • Dryer, Lavinia, 20
  • Dubois, Jesse Kilgore, 191, 252, 284
  • Duelling, 123-25
  • Duncan, Joseph, 51, 71