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Black Hawk war, 183

Blake. Edward L., 1405

Blake, William B., 1072

Blanchard, Israel, 322

Boewe, Ernest E., 1589

Boggs, Vivian O., 772

Boisbriant Pierre Duque, 59, 66

Bon Pas block house, 549

Bond. Shadrach. 103, 117, 118, 135, 136,
147, 494, 509, 527



Bond (Shadrach) administration
Starting the new machinery, 136;
Illinois Black Code, 138; in the new
capital, 139; attempted financial re-
lief, 139; Military tract, 142; the
English Prairie settlement, 142; Gov-
ernor Bond returns to his farm, 147.

Bond county Two neighborhood forts
built (1811), 432; the Cox massacre,
432; Salt works, 433; slavery issue
in Bond county, 434; schools, 434;
farms and finances, 435

Bone, Finis E., 975

Bonney, John R., 1242

Borah, William E., 556

Borah, William N., 556

Borah, James L., 1636

Boswell, Charles J., 911

Bour. Frank. 1534

Bouthillier, 175

Bowlesville, 472, 482

Boys' corn club in Johnson county
(illustration), 374

Boyd, Christopher J., 1201

Boyer, Eli, 531

Bracy, Benjamin D., 1080

Bradbury, Presley G., 1536

Braden, Clark, 390, (389 portrait), 391

Braden, William E., 1175

Bradley, Daniel J., 1326

Bradley, James, 383

Bradley, Thomas A, 625

Bramlett. John D., 863

Brayfield, Benjamin F., 695

Breese, Sidney, 238. 376, 445

Breeze, Emanuel, 906

Brick, 19

Bridges, Gus H., 699

Bridges, Harry T., 678

British occupation, 72

Britton. Edward G., 657

Brock, F. M., 1655

Brookport (Brooklyn), 507

Brooks. John F., 372

Brooks, William, 439

Brosman, William H., 1595

Brown, Alfred, 1165

Brown, Austin L, 1327

Brown, Charles, 982

Brown, Columbus, 614

Brown, John J., 1615

Brown, John M., 630

Brown, John P., 886

Brown, Joseph M., 1144

Brown, R. E., 596

Brown. Samuel B., 1523

Brown. William H., 166, 346

Browning. John L., 1579

Browning, Levi, 1577

Browning, Nelson, 667

Browning, 0. H., 251

Brownsville's only remaining house, 483

Bruchhauser, William, 625

Brush, Daniel H., 1398

Brush, Samuel T., 1395

Bryan, Silas Lillard, 338, 503

Bryan, William Jennings, 338, 504



INDEX



xxi



Bryant, Emmett 0., 1516

Bryden, William, 577

Bucher, Eberhard, 789

Building and loan associations, 417

Bunch, Andrew J., 264

Bundy, Joseph B., 744

Bundy, William F., 1479

Burbes, Henry S., 963

Burch, Elmer, 1261

Burgess, Hampton S., 1610

Burkhardt, Henry, 1377

Burkhardt, John M., 1309

Burkhardt, Phillip, 1037

Burkhart, James M., 1049

Burnett, C. P., 1290

Burnett, Henry L., 1300

Burnett, John H., 1104

Burns, Henry E., 979

Burton, Charles C., 1170

Burr, Aaron, 506

Burris, Hiram H., 692

Burritt, Eldon G., 386, 435

Bushnell, D. I., 28

Butler, William N., 814

Butner, Andrew J., 862

Cache river, 355

Cahokia, 51, 100, 172, 532, 534

Cahokia Building, view of, 1361

Cairo, 118, 427

Cairo City and Canal Company, 427

Caldwell, Andrew S., 1067

Caledonia, 519

Calhoun, Hugh, 528

Callahan, Ethelbert, 1245

Ualvin, Allen F., 1197

Calvin, Robert, 521

Camp, Abram, 447

Campbell, Alexander, 555

Campbell, Bruce A., 958

Campbell, James R., 335, 477

Campbell, J. M., 400

Canal scrip bill ($100) (illustration),
248

Cantrell, William S., 830

Cantril, John, 1706

Capel, Sigel, 1374

Capitols (illustrations) At Kaskaskia,
137; at Vandalia, 139, 462; at Spring-
field, 204, 338

Carbondale, 484

Carbondale College, 397

Carbondale National Bank, 761

Carlile, R. A., 818

Carlin, Thomas, 219

Carlin, William P., 328

Carlyle, 443

Carlyle, James C., 1662

Carlyle, Thomas, 444

Carmi. 558, 559

Carr, John E., 801

Carrier Mills. 540

Carroll, Charles, 471

Carroll, McDaniel, 1371

Carson, William C., 1119

Carson, Zenas C., 1108

Carter, George E., 1571



Carter, James C., 765

Carter, Marcus L., 861

Carterville, 564

Cartwright, Peter, 384

Casey, Thomas S., 330

Casey, William, 489

Casey, Zadoc, 179, 181, 192, 489, 503

Caspar, Edward J., 1519

Casper, Walter J., 1140

Casteel, Burton L., 893

Catholic missions (early), 121, 175

Catlin, Oren, 176

Cave-in-Rock, 479, 480

Centerville, 549

Central City, 505

Centralia, 505

Cereal Springs, 564

Cerre, John Gabriel, 101

Chaffin, Horatio C., 1253

Chamberlin, John M., Jr., 574

Chapman, James C., 1469

Chapman, Pleasant S., 496

Chapman, Pleasant T., 750

Charlottesville, 498

Chase, Charles H., 717

Cherry, Thomas L., 707

Chester, 527

Chicago Inter-State Exposition, 341

Cisne, William H., 1661

Citizens' State & Savings Bank, 1602

City Hall, Mt. Carmel (illustration),
546

City National Bank of Murphysboro, 677

Civil war period Logan's popularity,
315; Logan In congress and the field,
316; state conventions and assemblies,
316; Knights of the Golden Circle,
317; Southern Illinois in camp and in
battle, 322; three years' service, 326;
one hundred days' service, 332; the
Alton Batallion, 332; one year ser-
vice, 332; cavalry service, 333

Clanahan, Milo R., 1262

Clark county First settlements, 436;
Marshall and the national road, 436;
professional men of the county, 437;
agricultural and financial, 437

Clark, George Rogers, 83 (portrait),
495, 506, 561

Clark, Harry H., 1622

Clark, James S., 1079

Clark, John, 179

Clark, Thomas A., 1651

Clark's conquest of the Illinois country
Conditions in Illinois, 79; Clark's
expedition, 80; public and private in-
structions to General Clark, 81; down
the Ohio, 82; across southern Illinois,
83 ; capture of Kaskaskia, 85

Clay City, 441

Clay county Maysville, oldest settle-
ment, 439; county seat moved to Lou-
isville, 439; busy early decade (1840-
1850), 440; Ohio and Mississippi rail-
road built. 440 ; founding of churches,
440; settlement in western sections,
441; present villages and towns, 441



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INDEX



Clays, 19

Clayton, Walter E., 1075

Clements, Frank, 633

Clendennin, T. C., 429

Clinton county Carlyle, first settle-
ment and county seat, 443; laid out
in 1818, 443; candidate for state cap-
ital, 444; Judge Sidney Breese, 445;
present conditions, 445.

Clinton, DeWitt, 443

Cloud, Newton, 234

Coal, 15, 467

Cobbett, William, 143

Cobden, 545

Cockrum, Matthew W., 1205

Cole, Charles B., 1248

Cole, Hermon C., 1248

Coles' (Edward) administration a man
with convictions, 148; the slavery is-
sue, 150; a bitter campaign, 152; the
result, 155; the Sangamon country,
157; a distinguished visitor (LaFay-
ette), 160; the elections of 1826, 163

Coles, Edward (portrait), 149

Coles, Frank, Jr., 1593

Coles, Frank, Sr., 1580

Collier, Homer, 1084

Colp, John, 1532-

Colyer, Walter, 1586

Comings, Alfred, 727

Company of the West, 54

Compton, Levi, 547

Concrete railroad bridge over Salt creek,
near Effingham (illustration), 459

Connaway, Norman W., 831

Constitutions Territorial bill of 1809,
109; of 1818 (state), 133; of 1848,
233; of 1870, 339

Cook, Daniel P., 164, 510, 527

Cook, John, 324

Cook, Marion C., 854

Cook, Rufus E., 1502

Cook, Thomas M., 624

Cooper, John L., 1605

Copeland, James P., 1589

Copeland. Louisa, 1592

Copeland, Minnie L., 1593

Coughanowr, George W., 784

County of Illinois, 87-90

Covington, 552

Cowan, Thomas J., 797

Cowling, Edward J., 969

Cox, Henry, 1493

Crab Orchard, 564

Grain, Clain, 977

Crawford county Lamott,first white
resident, 446; terrible Hutson massa-
cre, 446; Palestine, the old county
seat, 447; Robinson made the county
seat, 447; school interests, 447; agri-
culture, 448; coming of railroads and
oil, 448 ; Oblong, 449 ; the oil industry,
449

Crawford, Francis E.. 1156

Crawford, James W., 1073

Cremeens, George L., 1195

Crichton, George K., 687



Crim, Charles W., 1506

Cross, John R., 1427

Crowley, Joseph B., 1511

Crozat, Anthony, 53, 59, 175

Cruiser "Concord" iu port at Cairo, (il-
lustration), 430

Cruse, Grant, 1154

Cullorn, Edward, 447

Cullom, Shelby M., 340

Cumberland count y County seat
changes, 451; general facts of inter-
est, 451; newspapers, 451; the na-
tional road and railroads, 451

Cunningham, J. M., 562

Cunningham, James T., 314

Curtis, Henry C., 672

Cutler, Manasseh, 99

Dailey, Samuel M., 1275

Daily, Whitson W., 477

Daniel, Marshall E., 1422

Dare, Eugene M., 1331

Daugherty, John E., 1463

Davenport, George O., 1380

Davenport, John, 1378

Davidson, Charles A., 1402

Davis, Charles C., 1301

Davis, David, 251

Davis, Frank M., 1574

Davis, Henry L., 1332

Davis, Jefferson, 192

Davis, Joseph W., 842

Dawson, Duly M., 674

Dawson, Lewis A., 769

Dell'Era, Louis, 1400

Deneen, Charles S., 343, 385

Denison, Leon E., 767

Dense woods, Johnston county (illustra-
tion), 494

DeRenault, Phillipe Francois 54, 66 67,
105

De Rocheblave, Chevalier, 75, 96

Dewey, Robert K., 1138

Dewey, William S., 859

DeWitt, John C., 713

DeWitt, William M., 1623

Diamond Grove Prairie, 173

Dick, Edgar B., 821

Dickens, Alfred Tennyson, 431, 537

Dickens, Charles, 536

Dickey, Thomas M., 1623

Dill, John D., 607

Dillon, Andrew, 1530

Dillon, Elisha, 1123

Dillon, Hettie A., 1125

Dillon, Wilford F., 1478

Dimmock, Thomas, 216

Dinwiddie, Charles C., 1354

Dixon, William. 518

Dodd, George E., 1513

Doherty, Anthony, 1460

Dollins, James J., 330

Donagliy, Mrs. Minnie J., 778

Donaghy, William B., 778

Donaly, James, 1002

Dorris". William S.. 909

Dougherty, Henry, 327



INDEX



XXlll



Dougherty, James, 520

Douglas, Stephen A., 238, 249, 255, 301,
313, 314, 371, 429

Dowell, George W., 1450

Dowell, William C., 1204

Draper, Newton W., 1468

Drone, Marion N., 1285

Dry, Alva R., 847

Dubois, Jesse K., 251, 497

Dubois, Toussaint, 497

DuCoign, Jean Baptiste, 26

Duff, A. D., 322

Dulany, William A., 1612

Dunaway, Samuel W., 1069

Duncan, George E., 1061

Duncan (Joseph) administration elec-
tion as governor, 193; banking legis-
lation recommended, 194; United
States and state banks, 195; redemp-
tion extension, 197; suspension of
specie payments, 198; State Bank in
liquidation, 200; internal improve-
ments, 200; recommendations, 200;
bill passed over governor's veto, 203;
capital removed to Springfield, 203;
also passed over council's veto, 205

Duncan, Joseph, 157, 165, 169, 185, 192,
193, 222, 368, 436

Duncan, Mathew, 344

Dunn, Joel, 1538

DuQuoin, 515

Dwyer, Mrs. W. T., 716

Dye, John W., 851

Early-day dwelling of clay and straw,
Richland county (illustration), 529

Early River boats, 353

Early schools, 120

Early school houses, 369

Early school teachers, 120, 366, 455

Easley, William T., 1324

Easterday, Elmer P., 731

Easterday, Melancthon, 612

East St. Louis, 537

Eaton, Abel C., 914

Eaton, Samuel B., 898

Ebers, William, 945

Echols, Thomas B.. 1613

Eddy, Henry (portrait), 154, 344, 471

Edgar, John, 103

Edwards county Settlement of the Eng-
lish prairie, 453; Albion founded, 454;
Judge Walter L. Mayo, 454; Pianka-
shawtown. 455; an early teacher, 455;
an early civil engineer, 456; the man-
ufacture of clay products, 456; in-
teresting county items, 457.

Edwards, Cyrus. 371, 376

Edwards. Francis M., 1104

Edwards. James E. N.. 1070

Edwards, James G., 348

Edwards (Xinian) administration The
State Bank, 166; an interesting doc-
trine, 168; school legislation, 169; the
Winnebago War, 170

Edwards. Xinian, 109. 164, 533

Edwards. Ninian W., 373



Edwards, William 0., 829

Edwardsville, 344

Erlingham, 458

Ettingham county Ewington, first
county seat, 458; present seat of jus-
tice, 458; Illinois College of Photog-
raphy, 459; Teutopolis, 459; land val-
ues, 459

Eighteenth Infantry Regiment, 327

Eighth Illinois Infantry, 335

Eightieth Infantry Regiment, 329

Eighty-first Infantry Regiment, 330

Eighty-seventh Infantry Regiment, 330

Eis, Gustave E., 1315

Eldorado, 540

Eleventh Infantry Regiment, 326

Elizabethtown, 479

Elliott, Thomas 0., 1003

Ellis, John M., 176, 178, 382

Elvira, 494

Emmerson, Louis L., 1373

Emporium Real Estate and Manufactur-
ing Company, 521

Enfield, 560

English, George W., 745

English Prairie settlements, 144, 453

Epler, Elbert, 1659

Equality, 472

Ernest, Ferdinand, 462, 463, 559

Ernest (Hanover) colony, 463

Ernst, Frank, 1097

Eshleman, Hugh B., 905

Etherton, James M., 759

Evans, Joseph T., 1028

Everest, Harvey W., 407

Ewing College, 385

Ewing, W. L. D., 192

Ewington, 458

Fager, Daniel B., 1157

Fairfield, 557

Faller, Louis, 1239

Farmer, Robert, 75

Farmer, William M., 1152

Farms f illustrations) Oakdale farm,
Vienna, 493 ; P. S. Chapman farm, Vi-
enna, 495 ; Wm. E. G. Britton, Mounds,
519

Farris, Dawson, M.. 1336

Fayette county First settlers in the
county, 461; first capitol at Vandalia,
461; second capitol, 462; Perryville,
seat of Fayette county, 462; Ernest,
or Hanover colony, 463; Fayette and
Vandalia items. 463

Feirich, Charles E., 816

Feldmeier. Samuel H.. 1277

Felts, Benjamin R.. 1683

Fern. William .T.. 588

Ferrell, Benjamin B., 1527

Ferrell. Hosea V.. 1163

Ferrell. William F.. 1183

Feuchter, Charles, 873

Fifer. Joseph W.. 341

Fifth Cavalry Regiment, 333

Fifteenth Cavalry Regiment, 334

Fifty-fourth Infantry Regiment, 329



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INDEX



Fifty-sixth Infantry Regiment, 329

File, Charles H., 1490

Finley, John Evans, 122

First American school teacher in Illinois,
120

First Cavalry Regiment, 333

First court of law, 69

First High School in Illinois, 382

First magazine in Illinois, 347

First National Bank of Mound City, 798

First Republican governor of Illinois,
253

Fischer, John G., 1060

Fisher, George, 117

Fisher, Orcenith, 553

Fithian, Charles D., 1550

Fitzgerrell, Daniel G., 1341

Fitzgerrell, Evan, 1024

Flack, John, 513

Flanagan, Samuel J., 399

Flannary, Abraham, 425

Flannary, Joshua, 425

Flannary, Thomas, 425

Flannigen, John L., 932

Flathead and Regulator war, 224

Fleming, Richard G., 1387

Fleming, R. K., 346

Flora, 441

Flower, George, 144, 346, 454, 457

Flower, Richard, 144, 145

Fly, Jesse \J., 697

Ford, J. B., 919

Ford, Theodore M., 618

Ford, Thomas, 166, 348, 510

Ford, William H., 1143

Ford (Thomas) administration Illinois
and Michigan Canal progresses, 223;
a brighter outlook, 223; some social
problems, 224

Fordham, Elias Pym, 454, 456

Foreman, Ferris, 230, 231, 463

Forester, John, 892

Fort Chartres, 54, 66, 71 and 72 (illus-
trations)

Fort Clark, 174

Fort Crevecoeur, 45

Fort Dearborn (Chicago) in 1812 (illus-
tration), 114

Fort Dearborn massacre, 112

Fort Edwards, 115

Fort Gage, 527

Fort Massac. 506, 507 (illustration), 508

Fortieth Infantry Regiment, 328

Forty-third Infantry Regiment, 328

Forty-eighth Infantry Regiment, 328

Fouke, Philip B., 327

Four Mile Prairie, 513

Fourteenth Cavalry Regiment, 334

Fourth Illinois Infantry (Spanish-Amer-
ican war). 334

Fox, Erwin D., 1320

Fraim, Oliver M., 739

Frankfort, 467

Franklin county Cave township first
settled, 465; pioneer mills erected,
465; early-time items. 466; slaves and
land, 466; Benton, the county seat,



467; Logan and Douglas, 467; growth

of coal interest, 467
Fraser, Alexander S., 643
i'ree Banking law, 244, 414
French, Augustus C., 255
French (Augustus C.) administration

End of Flathead and Regulator war,

226; Mexican war, 228; Mormons, 228;

constitution of 1848, 233; 111. Cent.

R. R., 237; a new banking system, 243
French, D. P., 378
French, George H., 573
French villages, religious life of, 60
Frier, Harry L., 1006
Friganza, Commodore, 1392
Friganza, Willis T., 1393
Fuller, R. C., 1384
Funkhauser, John J., 330
Fyke, Edgar E., 1542

Gahm, George L., 1557

Galbraith, John T., 579

Galena, 175

Gallatin county The county's first
white settler, 469; a land of floods and
levees, 470; the Wilsons, 470; Gen-
eral Thomas Posey, 471; other promi-
nent men, 471; town of Equality,
479; a pioneer industry, 479

Gallatin County Bank, 1702

Galligan, James H., 890

Uarretson, James, 509

Garrison, I. L., 1624

Gas, 18

Gasaway, Americus, 1294

Gaskins, Edward, 833

Gaskins, John T., 858

Gaskins, Wilson, 825

Gatewood, William J., 371

Gauen, Albert, 1054

Gauen, Roy E., 1032

Gee, Harl L., 1330

Gee, Knox, 1503

Gen. Grant and Gen. McClelland at
Cairo (1861) (illustration), 323

Geology Civilization based on, 2; Gen-
eral scientific phase, 3; eras, 4; time
divisions, 5; Southern Illinois, 5;
Glacial period, 7

George, William E., 1200

Georgetown, 552

Gerhart, Thomas S., 1225

Gerlach, Jacob P., 578

Gerould. Theodore F., 1293

Gibbs, William L, 226

Gibson, Elijah P., 1271

Gibson, James Walter, 1158

Gibson, James W., 1421

Gilbert, Edward L., 795

Gilbert. Miles F.. 726

Gilbreath, Whitney, 933

Gill, E. E., 1058

Gillespie, Joseph, 39, 314

Gillespie. Robert E., ?72

Gilliam. William H.. 1304

Glass. William T., 1339

Glynn, John P., 600



INDEX



XXV



Goddard, George A., 682

Goddard, Henry T., 1677

Goddard, Reuben J., 924

Golconda (bird's eye view), 517

Goodman, Thomas B., 1115

Gordon, Abram G., 1172

Gordon, George A., 1497

Gordon, H. S., 1497

Goudy, John, 376

Grammar, John, 542

Grand Rapids dam, Mt. Carmel, 356
(illustration), 551

Grand Tower, 484

Grant, Ulysses S., 324

Grant, William A., 997

Grant, William H., 822

Gravier, James, 49

Greaney, William P., 826

"Great Medicine Water," 518

Great Western Railway Company, 238

Green, Earl, 1352

Green, Reed, 842

Green, William H., 1353

Green, William P., 609

Green, Judge William P., 1240

"Greenup Tribune," 451

Greenville College, 386, 435 (illustra-
tion)

Grierson, Benjamin H., 333

Grissom, William M., 1207

Griswold, Stanley, 109

Gum, George W., 1489

Gun "Capt. Billy Smith," Cairo (illus-
tration), 428

Gunboats at Cairo (illustration), 325

"Gusher" near Robinson, Crawford
county (illustration), 449

Hacker, Fanny P., 429, 1297

Hacker, John S., 543

Haertling, G. H., 1575

Hale, James I., 628

Hale, John A., 584

Hall, Frank H., 422

Hall, Henry R., 1319

Hall, James, 344, 347

Hall, William B., 880

Hall, William 0., 1455

Halliday, Samuel, 1692

Hambleton, W. L.. 522

Hamilton, Charles E., 658

Hamilton, James W., 1364

Hamilton College, 477

Hamilton county First settlers, 475;
Judge Stelle's pioneer pictures, 475;
which Rector was massacred, 476;
town of McLeansboro, 476; as to edu-
cation, 477; James R. Campbell, 477;
general information, 477

Hamlin, John, 174

Hammond, Jackson L., 756

Hansen, Nicholas, 151

Hardin county Picturesque and pros-
perous. 478 ; lead mines and towns,
478; first settlers, 479; Cave-in-Rock
described, 480

Hardin, John H., 229



Hardy, John G., 690

Hardy, Solomon, 178

Hargrave, Jean, 796

Harker, Oliver A., 1100

Harlan, James D., 1617

Harmon, John, 385

Harper, John B., 1539

Harreld, William E., 1344

Harrington, Lawrence R., 685

Harris, Clyde D., 774

Harris, Gilham, 555

Harris, Isaac, 555

Harris, Thomas W., 329

Harrisburg, 540

Harrison, Francis O., 1220

Harriss, Judson E., 938

Hart, Samuel, 1096

Hart, William H., 1274

Hartwell, Dausa D., 1038

hartwell, DeWitt T., 1022

Hasenjaeger, Henry, 808

Hatch, O. M., 251

Hawkins, Louis A., 1324

Hawks, Walter S., 322

Hay, W. D., 560

Haynie, Isham N., 328

Heard, Montreville, 1444

Hearn, William O., 733

Heckert, Henry F., 1226

Helm, Douglas W., 1670

Hemenway, Justin G., 884

Henderson, W. H., 222

Henry, James D., 185

Henson, John H., 1250

Herbert, Oscar L., 87fi

Herrin, 564

Herrin, Paul D., 1118

Hersh, E. W., 1065

Hess, L. Jasper, 805

Hester, James S., 648

Hewitt, Francis M., 1098

Heyde, John B., 1055

Hickman, George A., 749

Hicks, Stephen G., 231, 328

Higher education First High School in
Illinois, 382; Southern Illinois Col-
lege, 387; state aid and legislation,
392; Southern Illinois high schools,
394; Southern Illinois Normal Uni-
versity, 395; work of the State Teach-
ers' Association, 395; Legislature cre-
ates Normal University, 396; educa-
tional conventions, 397; Carbondale,
site of Illinois Normal University,
400; University opened, 402; build-
ing burned, 404; the New Main Build-
ing, 406; general review, 407

Hight, James F., 758

Hileman, George T., 694
Hill, William S., 732

Hill, William H., 1425

Hill, Robert P., 1089

Hillman, A. C., 378

Hill's fort, 432

Hines, Frank B., 386, 1685

Hirons, John D.. 1237

Hodges, Edmund J., 1485



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INDEX



Hoffman, Francis A., 251

Hoffman, George, 1626

Hoffmeier, Fred, 1316

Hofsommer, Charles W., 1114

Hogue, James H., 1466

Hogue, Wilson Thomas, 386

Holbrook, Darius B., 427

Holcomb, Matthew R., 1562

Holdoway, John A., 897

Holshouser, William 0., 1480

"Homestead Exemption Law," 235

Hood, Fred, 752

Hoopes, Thomas F., 1432

Hopkins, Frank, 585

Hopp, Edward J., 867

Hord, George Y., 1511

Horn, Henry, ST., 985

Horn, Mary F., 987

Horn, Thomas, 987

Hostettler, Henry W., 1244

Hotels (illustrations) Old Sweet hotel,
Kaskaskia, 162; the Rawlings hotel,
Shawneetown, 163; old Jonesboro ho-
tel, headquarters of Lincoln and
Douglas (1858), 542

Hovey, Charles E., 396

Howe, Elbridge Gerry, 176

Howell William H., 1472

Hubbard, Adolphus Frederick, 164

Hubbard, William H., 1134

Huddleston Orphans' Home, 380

Hudgens, Hiram A., 677

Hudgens, John B., 696

Hudson, Ira J., 719

Huegely, John, Jr., 1310

Huegely, Julius, 1173

Huffman, G. Riley, 721

Huffman, George H., 734

Hughes, Aurelius G., 737

Hull, John, 407

Hull, Nathaniel, 509

Hundley, Robert M., 331

Hunsaker, George, 542

Huntsinger, Harrison P., 894

Huthmacher, Charles C., 1062

Huthmacher, George, 725

Hynes, Thomas W., 433

"Illinois Advocate and Lebanon Jour-
nal," 385

Illinois Agricultural College A part of
the General System, 376; created by
the state, 377; school opens in 1866,
378; uncertainty as to status, 379

Illinois and Michigan Canal, 202, 223

Illinois Bankers' Association, 416

Illinois Central Railroad, 238

Illinois College, 385

Illinois College of Photography, 459

Illinois country, 62

"Illinois Emigrant," 344

"Illinois Gazette." 344

"Illinois Herald," 344

"Illinois Intelligencer." 346

"Illinois Monthly Magazine," 347

"Illinois Republican," 346

Illinois State Trust Company, 1361



Illinois S t a t e The constitution o f
1818; first state election, 135

Illinois Teachers' Association, 372

"Illinois Temperance Herald," 348

Indiana Territory Harrison and the In-
dian problems, 104; slavery in the
territory, 105; erection of, 108; War
of 1812, 111; matters of local in-
terest, 115; a second-class territory,
116; a retrospect, 119; services of
Nathaniel Pope, 129; the constitu-
tional convention, 131; immigration
to Illinois, 126; Indian trails, 357

Indians Great families, 23; Illinois In-
dians, 24; great chiefs, 25

Industrial League of Illinois, 376, 395

Ingersoll, Ezekiel J., 406, 650

Ingersoll, Robert G., 471

Inglis, Samuel M., 435

Ingraham, Charles E., 703

Internal Improvements, 201, 221, 229

Irvin, Cyrus H., 1190

Irvington, 378

Isley, Albert E., 1491

Jackson, Charles A., 809

Jackson county Settled early part of
nineteenth century, 481; salt indus-
try founded, 482; Illinois Central
brings settlers, 483; Carbondale
platted, 484; coal mining, 484; Grand
Tower, 484; Murphysboro, 485

Jackson, Earl B., 1035

Jackson, James W., 1072

Jacksonville, 178

James, Bennett, 1674

James, Fountain E., 1576

James, George W., 715

Jasper county Newton, the county
seat, 486; population and agriculture,
486; villages in county, 486; Mt. Ver-
non made the county seat, 489; mili-
tary record, 490; car shops, 490; ju-
dicial and legal center, 490; Mt. Ver-
non of today, 491; facts of interest,
491

Jenkins, David P., 334

Jenkins, Henry H., 807

Jennelle, John J., 1464

Jeremiah, Thomas, 1212

Jesuits, 60, 80

Jinnette, Ezekiel R., 1418

Jo Daviess county, 174

Johns, Frederick A., 332

Johnson, Charles, 1638

Johnson, Edgar F., 1434

Johnson, Matthew, 75

Johnson, Stephen A., 1039

Johnson. William L., 910

Johnson county Created by Governor
Edwards. 492; agriculture and stock
raising, 492; early settlers, 494; sla-
very contest (1823-4), 494; Major
Andrew J. Kuykendall, 495, Clark
passed through the county, 495

Johnston City, 564

Johnston, James F., 1142



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Johnston, William H., 708

Joliet, 36, 40

Jones, Alfred H., 1486

Jones, Emsly, 481

Jones, Gabriel, 527

Jones, James, 348

Jones, James M., 966

Jones, Obadiah, 109

Jones, Robert S., 1541

Jones, Thomas X., 1470

Jones, William, 179

Jones, William C., 1563

Jones' fort, 432

Jonesboro, 542

Jonesboro College, 385



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