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.
  • Hanks, John, 41.
  • Hardin, John J., 58.
  • Harrison, George, 57.
  • Harrison, Reuben, 5.
  • Havana, stage line to, 13; postal receipts at, 68; mentioned, 57, 64.
  • Hay, John, see Nicolay and Hay.
  • Hearst, William Randolph, pur|chases site of New Salem, 102; joins in deeding site to State of Illinois, 103.
  • Hennepin, 8.
  • Henry, James D., 70, 71.
  • Herndon, James, 6, 60, 99.
  • Herndon, J. Rowan, opens store, 6; pilots the Talisman, 53; as|sisted by Lincoln, 58; sells store to Lincoln, 60, 70, 71; intro|duces Lincoln, 76; testifies con|cerning Lincoln's strength, 95; mentioned, 99.
  • Herndon, William H., discoverer of Ann Rutledge story, 83; practices law in Menard County, 94; writes biography of Lincoln, 98-100; mentioned, 35, 44, 55, 58, 59, 60, 64, 67, 68, 74, 78, 82, 84, 97.
  • Hill, Samuel, opens store, 5; part|nership with McNeil, 5, 14, 81; postmaster, 6, 64; carding ma|chine of, 13, 37; marries Par|thena Nance, 14; hires Ferguson to whip Armstrong, 26; moves to Petersburg, 38; sued by Allen, 94; store of, center of village life, 15; construction of, 18; site of store and residence lo|cated, 104; store rebuilt, 103; house of, 16; house rebuilt, 105-106; mentioned, 12, 24, 25, 60, 66, 68, 109.
  • Hill, Parthena (Mrs. Samuel), furniture owned by, 108-109.
  • Hodgenville, 101.
  • Horse races, 28.
  • Houses, 15-19, 104-107.
  • Huron, on stage line, 13; surveyed by Lincoln, 74.