"Here I have lived"; a history of Lincoln's Springfield, 1821-1865, by Paul M. Angle.
Angle, Paul M. (Paul McClelland), 1900-1975.
  • Wages, in Springfield, 46, 47, 173
  • Walker, Cyrus, 111
  • Wallace, William, 93
  • Wallace, Mrs. William, 93
  • Walters, William, 65, 110, 133
  • Wards, boundaries, 201n
  • Warner, L. S., 168
  • Warren, Hooper, 33
  • Warren, William Barton, 192
  • Washburne, Elihu B., 227
  • Washingtonian movement, 193-94
  • Water supply, 183
  • Watson's Saloon, 252
  • Weatherford, William, 127
  • Webb, Edwin B., 94, 96, 97
  • Webb, James Watson, 125n
  • Weber, George R., editor Republi|can, 65; quarrels with Elkin, 67; Democratic leader, 110; in Mormon War, 128; at Bloomington conven|tion, 215
  • Weber, John B., 67
  • Webster, Bela C, 159
  • Webster, Daniel, 76
  • Weddings, 94-97
  • Weed, Thurlow, 256, 258
  • Wentworth, John, 220
  • West Virginia, 275
  • Western movement, 3
  • Wheat, 155, 167, 168
  • Whig party, formed, 65; Springfield leaders, 65, 110; exploits Demo|cratic financial measures, 121; erects ash pole, 129; attitude on Oregon question, 131; in campaign of 1856, 220
  • White, Hugh L., 62-64
  • Whitesides, John D., 123-25
  • Whitney, Rev. Jonas, 77
  • Wide-Awakes, 242, 246
  • Wied-Neufeld, Maximilian, Prince of, 41
  • Wigwam, building of, 243, 287; meet|ings at, 244, 245, 256
  • Wiley, Edmund R., 74, 111, 169
  • Williams, John, clerks for lies, 23; in Young Men's Lyceum, 52; mer|chant, 158; banker, 171; at Com|promise meeting, 205
  • Williams, John S., 141
  • Winnebago War, 32-33
  • Wisconsin, Lincoln in, 237
  • Women, place in social scheme, 29; war activities, 269, 270
  • Wool, amount raised, 155; export, 168; manufacture, 169
  • Wright, Erastus, 27, 213