Lincoln's New Salem, by Benjamin P. Thomas; drawings by Romaine Proctor from photographs by the Herbert Georg studio, Springfield.
Thomas, Benjamin Platt, 1902-1956.
  • Lamon, Ward Hill, 99-100.
  • Lewistown, on stage line, 13; postal receipts at, 68.
  • Lincoln, Abraham, arrival in New Salem, 6, 41-42; works in stillhouse, 32; casts first vote, 42-43; works for Offut, 44, 95-96; wrestles Armstrong, 44-46; speaks before Debating Society, 47; studies grammar, 47-48; helps pilot Talisman, 52-53; serves in Black Hawk War, 53-58, 70; partnership with Berry, 12-13, 60-61; sale of liquor by, 62-63; postmaster, 64-68; works at odd jobs, 68; surveyor, 68-69, 74-75; financial troubles, 70-74; studies law, 76-78; admitted to bar, 88; love affair with Ann Rutledge, 80-83; love affair with Mary Owens, 83-85; candidate for Legislature (1832), 49-51, 58-60; (1834), 75-76; (1836), 85-87; serves in Legislature (1834-35), 78-80; (1836-37), 87-88; dele|gate to Education Convention, 78; helps make Springfield the state capital, 87; stand on slav|ery, 88; moves to Springfield, 37, 88-89; religion of, 35, 89-90; meaning of New Salem years in development of, 3, 89-90.
  • Lincoln, Robert, 97, 98, 101.
  • Lincoln-Berry store, polls at, 15; rebuilt, 103; site of, located, 104; see also Lincoln, Berry.
  • Lincoln Centennial, 101.
  • Lincoln Circuit-Marking Associa|tion, 101.
  • Lincoln Farm Association, 101.
  • Lincoln legend, 94-97.
  • Little Grove, 7.
  • Logan, Stephen T., 59, 75.
  • "Long Nine," 87.
  • Lukins, Gregory, 25.
  • Lukins, Peter, settles in New Salem, 6; founds Petersburg, 12; house of, rebuilt, 106; men|tioned, 25, 31, 32, 109.