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Bradley, Justice Joseph, 423, 424, 445,

483-4, 513, 514, 516
Bragg, General, 208, 209
Brainerd, Erastus, 574-5, 580, 581, 590
Brand, Rudolph, 487
"Brandenburg AfTair," the, 78-91, 123
"Brandenburg ferry," the, 79
Brandenburg, Ky., 79-91, 122, 230, 231
Branham, George D., 623
Brashier, William, 476, 482
Bra>Tnan, Gen., 249, 259, 262
Brazil, insurrection in, 1893, 777-81
Breckenridge County, Ky., 79
Breckenridge, John C, 71, 97, 113, 118,

120, 127, 147, 288. 333
Brewer, Justice David J., 548, 550, 552,

556, 616, 619, 621, 622, 624, 625, 626,

627, 628, 809
Brewster, Benjamin H., 435, 575
"Briars," the, Natchez, 245
Brice, Calvin S., 664
Bristow, Gen. Benjamin H., 318, 321,

338, 345, 348. 425-6. 437-8. 439, 454.

456-9. 551. 568, 610, 619-, 63"!, 678,

692-3, 704, 757, 812
Bristow, Mrs. Benjamin H., 457, 692
Bronson, Captain, 780
Brown, Colonel, 273
Brown, Col. Taylor E., 800
Brown, Columbus, 342
Brown, Gen. Thomas M., 348, 449
Brown, Jason B., 473, 685
Brown, John, 95, 98, 627
Brown, Justice, 628
Brown. Lieut. George (C. S. A.), 67, 236
Brown, Lucy, 67
Brown, Mrs. (famous Washington

cook), 494
Brownlee, Hiram, 447-51
"Brown's Garden," Natchez, 250
Brownstown, Ind., 82
Bryan, Mrs. W. J., 711
Bryan, William Jennings, 113. 420, 675,

708, 709-11, 797, 810, 812



844



INDEX



Bryant, Col. George E., 214, 266, 270,832
Buchanan, James, 71, 113, 127
Buck Creek, Ind., 233
Buckner, Gen. Simon Bolivar, 147, 152,

154, 155, 157, 161, 162, 164, 338, 343
Buell, Gen. Don Carlos, 164, 165, 169,

176, 180, 181, 186
"Buffalo Trail," see Vincennes Road
Bufiington's Ford, 230, 232
Buhl, Christian A., 632
Bull Run, battle of, July 21, 1861, 147
Bundy, Judge M. J., 758
Bunn, Judge Romanzo, ^06, 541, 583
Burdett, Robert J. ("Bob"), 573
Burdick, Lieutenant, 270
Burgess, Lieutenant-Colonel, 166
Burlington-Hawkeye, the, 573
Burlington strike of 1888, 409-416
Burnap, Captain, 221
Burnside, Gen. A. E., 209, 210
Burry, William, 647
Butler and Gresham, law firm of, 341
Butler, Gen. Benjamin F., 800
Butler, John, 341
Butler, John M., 376, 614
Butler, Judge, 652, 653
Butler, Gen. M. B. (C. S. A.), 491
Butler, Noble C, 341, 459, 580, 816
Bynum, W. D., 685

Cable, Ransom R., 415, 536, 540
Cade, Elizabeth, 37
Cadle, Colonel, 243, 306
Caldwell, Judge, 625, 627-8
Calhoun, John C, 36, 52, 55, 114
California, discovery of gold, 44-5 :
adoption of constitution, 45; asks
admission as a Free State, 45 ; threats
to secede, 49; efforts of anti-slavery
element supported by President
Taylor, 49; admitted as a Free
State, 50
Gallon, Lieut. W. P., 262
Gallon, Mrs. Lieut. W. P., 262
Cam, Col. William, 214, 830
Cameron, Simon, 457, 458, 565-6
Campaign of 1858, 75-77; of i860, iio-

120
Campbell, J. D., 376
Camp Boone, Ky., 154
Camp Clay, Ky., 152
Camp Dick Robinson, Ky., 153, 154
Camp Hebron, Miss., 686
Camp Joe Holt, Ind., 152, 153, 155
Camp Morton, Ind., 142, 172, 336
Camp Muldrough Hill, Ky., 157-9
Camp Negley, Ky., 165
Camp Nevin, Ky., 160-4, 166



Camp Noble, Ind., 149, 150, 151, 152,

153. 155. 170
Camp Sherman, 156
Camp Wood, Ky., 166
Canada, Bering Sea controversy with

United States, 717 et seq.
Canning, Lord, 777
Cannon, Joseph G., 715
Cantacuzine, Prince, 267, 697
Carleton, Judge, 403
Carlisle, John G., 95, 494, 667, 681, 68.4,

687, 689, 692, 699, 702-3, 712, 792,

798, 807-8
Carlisle, Mrs. John G., 95, 490, 691-2,

699, 792
Carmichael, Surgeon John F., 257
Carpenter, Senator, 457, 458
"Carpet Baggers," 739
Carr, Col. Clark E., 583
Carr, Thomas Benton, 627
Carter, Captain, 162, 163
Carter, Dr., 248-9, 282
Carter, Jaines C, 725, 729, 731, 732, 736
Carter, Major, 268
Carter, Mrs. Dr., 248-9
Gary, John W., 533
Catchings, Representative (of Miss.),

651. 714, 715
Gavin, Mayor John (of Indianapolis),

387, 389. 391-3. 406-7
"Cedar Glade," 234, 236
Central Trust Company of New York,

555
Central Vermont Railroad, 518
Chaffee, Dr. Calvin C, 105
Chaffee, Irene Emerson, see Emerson,

Mrs.
"Chamberlain's," Washington, 490-1,

812
Chamberlin, Governor D. H., 556
Chambers, Smiley N., 615
Chandler, William E., 49, 435-6, 457,

458, 459, 490, 693, 741-4. 764-5
Chandler, Mrs. William E., 49, 490,

494. 693, 742
Chapman, Gen. George H.. 370, 375,

388-90, 393, 465, 467
Charleston, 111., 98

Charleston (S. C.) News and Courier, 739
Charleston, U. S. S., 779
Chase, Dick, 626
Chase, Salmon P., 57, 62, 66, 200, 206,

422, 423-4, 436
Chattahoochee River, engagement at,

298, 300, 301
"Chattel slavery," abolished by 13th

Amendment, 327
Cheatham's division, 309



INDEX



B45



"Cherry Grove," Natchez, 253, 255, 275

Chicago & Alton Railroad, foreclosure
case, 372-5, 624; in strike of 1888, 412

Chicago & Atlantic Railroad, 551, 557,
628-31, 678

Chicago & Atlantic receivership, 628-31

Chicago & North Western Railroad, 541

Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Railroad,
strike of 1888, 409-16; accused of
rebating, 446

Chicago, dedication of Grant monu-
ment at, 655

Chicago, election fraud cases ,1878, 486-8

Chicago Evening Mail, 573-4

Chicago, First National Bank of, 648,

677
Chicago, Haymarket riot, 799-801
Chicago Historical Society, 246
Chicago, Indianapolis & Louisville

Railroad, 367
Chicago Inler-Ocean, 568, 599, 675
Chicago, meeting of the Society of the

Army of the Tennessee at. 468-71
Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Rail-
road (also see St. Paul Company), 533
Chicago, Minneapolis, St. Paul &

Omaha Railroad (also see Omaha

Company), 532
Chicago, Portage & Superior Railroad

(also, see Portage Company), 532
Chicago, Pullman strike of 1894, 417-9
Chicago, Republican convention of 1880,

496, 501; of 1888, 567, 572, 584-601
Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific Rail-
way, 412, 446
Chicago, strike of 1877, 381
Chicago , t hree fugitive slaves held in, 139
Chicago Times, 430

Chicago Tribune, 446, 447, 561, 565,566,
567, 568, 569, 570, 573. 639. 675, 741
Chicago Union League Club, 573
Chickamauga, battle of, 268
Childs, George W., 575
Chinese exclusion, Harrison's and

Blaine's positions on, 570-1
Chinese- Japanese war. Secretary Gresh-

am's part in settlement of, 788-9
Choate, Joseph H., 551, 812
Choate, Rufus, 251
Cholera, epidemic in Louisville, 1855,

60-1
Christian, W. T., 476
Cincinnati, Democratic convention of

1856, 70-1; Republican convention

of 1876, 494
Cincinnati, election fraud cases, 1878,

473. 483-4
Cincinnati Enquirer, 429, 608



Cincinnati, meeting of Society of the
Army of the Tennes.see at, 463-4

Cincinnati, Muncie & Fort Wayne
Railroad, 379

Circuit Court of Appeals Act, 515

Circuit Court of St. Louis County, in
which Dred Scott case started, 104, 105

Circuit Court, United States, District
of Missouri, 105

Citizenship, definition of, 332

Civil Rights Bill, 329

Clark case, the, 483, 484

Clark, General (C. S. A.), 323-4, 326

Clark, George Rogers, 13-4, 23, 152

Clark, Jim, 298

Clarkson, James S., 594

Clarksville, Ind., 13-4

Clay family, La Grange, Tenn., 197,
198, 200

Clay, Henry, 4, 52, 54, 61, 63, 73, 114,
118, 139; quoted, iii, 123; compro-
mise of 1850, 49, 50, 123; efforts to
make Kentucky a Free State, 13;
Kansas Nebraska bill, 124; views on
slavery, 36, 55; death of, 124; men-
tioned, 567, 582, 638

Clay, Mrs., 197, 198, 200

Claybrook, Receiver, 392, 399, 404

Claypool, Judge Solomon, 606, 611,
612, 614-5

Clayton-Bulwer treaty, 735, 781

Cleburne, Gen. Patrick R. (C. S. A.),
118, 267

Cleburne's division, 309

Clemens, S. L. (Mark Twain), 469

Cleveland, Grover, mentioned, 63, 113,
266-7, 291, 296, 310; proclamation in
Pullman strike, 1894, 419; 499; offi-
cially defends Gresham in suit of
Louisiana Lottery Company, 504;
first meeting with Gresham, 505; re-
gretted not appointing Gresham Chief
Justice, 505; 506, 559; defeats Blaine,
1884, 561; message on tariff reduc-
tion, 1887, 562-5; Presidential candi-
date, 1888, 603; defeated by Harri-
son, 606; 6ir, 6i2, 621, 638, 650, 651,
652; before convention of 1892, 664-
5; receives nomination, 667; letter
of acceptance, 668; support by Gres-
ham, 669-73; opposed to unlimited
coinage of silver, 674; re-elected, 674-
5 ; offers Gresham portfolio of State, 678
et seq.; letter acknowledging accept-
ance, 683-4; characterized. 688-9;
690-1, 692, 696, 699, 700; panic of 1893
and the silver question, 70 1-8; fails to
control party, 711; authorizes sale of



846



INDEX



Cleveland, Grover — Conlinued

bonds to preserve gold reserve, 712; in-
ability to take up tariff question, 713;
the Wilson bill, 712-5; 717; Bering Sea
controversy, 721 el seq.; Hawaiian pol-
icy, 738 et seq.; Alliance affair, 787; 790,
791; position on silver, 792-3; the
Venezuela matter, 793-7; 814, 815,816

Cleveland, Mrs. Grover, 688 et seq.;
703. 713

Cleveland (O.) Plain Dealer, 729

Clifford, Justice, 423-4, 483, 512

"Clifton," Natchez, 249. 250

Cloverport, Ky., 79

Coale, John, 83, 89

Coale, W. L., 122

Coburn and Thacher, law firm of, 521-2

Cockrum, John B., 615

Coleman, William, 323

Coles, Gov. Edward (of 111.), 47

Colorado, territory organized under
Kansas- Nebraska bill, 1861, 58. 136

Colt, Col. Richard, 525

Colt, Judge, 525-6

Compromise of 1850, 45, 46, 50, 56, 58,
64, 94, 106, 123

Compton, Mary (MoUie), 150-1; 153

"Concord," Natchez, 245

Confederacy, Kentucky necessary to
success of, 121; number of men fur-
nished by Kentucky to, 122; life of
prolonged by single leadership of
Jefferson Davis, 265-7

Confederate government sequestrates
debts due to North, 1861, 252

Confederate "Jay-hawkers," 280-1

Confederate regiments: nth Arkansas,
277, 280; 14th cavalry, 277, 280; 17th
Arkansas, 277, 28a; King's mounted
artillery, 279

Confederate State Courts, decision as
to expelling loyal Union men, 249

Confiscation acts of 1861-2, basis of the
Emancipation Proclamation, 252

Conkling, Roscoe, 329, 425, 496, 497,
501, 505. 582, 594. 743

Connecticut, adopts "Personal Liber-
ty" law, 44

Conner, Col. Lemuel P. (C. S. A.), 263-4

Conner, "Ham," 345

Conner, Lemuel P., Jr., 264

Conners, John R., 88

Constitution of the United States, sec-
tion on fugitive slaves, 40, 41; con-
strued by Supreme Court, 1842, 43;
rights of slaves under, 64, 107, 108,
119; proposition to amend, 108, 129,
135; nth Amendment, 328; 13th



Constitution of the — Continued
Amendinent to, 95, 132, 134, 286-7,
318, 326-30, 434, 472, 654; 14th
Amendment to, 95, 328-40, 343, 344,
434, 472; 15th (Suffrage) Amendment
^ to, 340, 346, 434, 472
Continental Congress, the, 39
"Contrabands," negro, 256-7, 285-6
Cooley, Judge Thomas M., 550, 559, 620
Cooper, Col. James S., 791
" Cooperationists," Southern, 7
"Copperheads," 288, 290, 292
Corbin, Gen. H. C, 801
Corinth, Miss., 176, 179, 180, 186, 188-

90, 191
Corinto affair (Nicaragua), 783-5
Corn Exchange National Bank, Chi-
cago, 635
Corning, Warren H., 649
Corydon, Ind., 19, 25, 32, 70, 72, 79,

82, 88, 89, 100
Corydon (Ind.) Cemetery, 237
Corydon (Ind.) Home Guards, 48, 164,

231-5

Corydon, Ind., Morgan's raid on, 225,
227, 229-38

Corydon (Ind.) Presbyterian church, 236

Corydon (Ind.) Seminary, Walter Q.
Gresham a student at, 26

Corydon Road, 232

Cotton, its influence in the downfall of
the Confederacy, 252; made contra-
band, 252; restrictions on sale
removed after Mississippi River
opened. 252; illegal trade in by Union
officers, 253; burned along Alissis-
sippi River by U. S. Provost Mar-
shal at Natchez, 1862, 254-5

"Cotton Confederacy," the, 114

Coudert, F. P., 725, 727-8, 731, 732,
734. 736

Counselman case, the, 445-7, 650

Counselman, Charles, 446-7

Courcel, Baron Alphonse dc, 726, 731

Cowdry, John R., 587

Cowley County, Kas., birthplace of
" Populist "' party, 1889, 620; Re-
publican county convention, 1889,
626; Union Labor party, 626

Cox, General, 327

Coy case, the, 475, 484-6, 607, 611, 614,
615, 616

Coy, Sim, 484-6, 604, 606, 611

Cravens. Gen. John T., 317, 333-4.
428, 429, 432, 826

Crawford, "Bill," maintainer of first
Indiana "station" on the "Under-
ground Railroad," 33



INDEX



847



Crawford County, Ind., 59, 72, 143, 145

Crawford, Henry, 369-71, 413, 556, 557

Crawford (Ind.) Circuit Court, 78

Crisp, Speaker, 814

Crittenden, Colonel, 823

Crittenden, John J., 119, 125, 132-4,

140, 148
Crittenden resolutions, 125, 129, 132-4,

148, 149
Crocker, Gen. M. M., 241, 243, 256,

258, 270, 271, 273, 284. 285, 286, 287,

288, 291, 296
Crocker, Mrs., 272
Crosby, Mrs., 67

Crossman & Brother, W. S., 778, 786
Cruft, Gen. Charles, 403
Crutcher, Henry, 229-30
Cviba, friction with Spain over, 785-7
Cullom, Shelby M., 506, 578, 706
Culloin, Governor (of Ind.), 468
Cumberland, Army of the, see Army of

the Cumberland
Curey, Chaplain W. W., 226
Currie, Colonel, 274
Curtis, George T., 106
Curtis, Justice Benjamin R., 53, 94,

102, 106-8

Da Gama, Admiral, 778, 779-81

Daily, Captain, 189

Daily, William A., 152

Dakota territory, organized under the
Kansas- Nebraska bill, 1861, 58, 136

Damon, Mr., 748

Daniels, Senator, 470, 814

Daniels, Edward, 551, 580, 630

Davis, Alfred Vidal, 248

Davis, Anderson, 46, 47

Davis, Anthony, 46, 47

Davis, Col. George R., 591, 595, 596,
597. 598

Davis, Col. W. P., 293

Davis, Commodore, 696

Davis, Edward (great-grandfather of
Walter Q. Gresham), 9

Davis family, Indiana settlers, 15; mem-
bers of settle in Indiana, Oregon,
Illinois, Iowa, Kansas, and Missouri,
46, 47; character and political views
of, 47; many in Union army, 48; anti-
slavery views of, 52; 73, 120

Davis. Henry, 46, 47

Davis homestead, near Corydon, Ind.,
45-6

Davis, Jefferson, 7; on Secession, 1861,
53; opposed Webster's coercion of
Massachusetts, 53; 57; debated with
Douglas, 1 13-6; offered compromise



Davis, Jefferson — Conlinucd

to Douglas, 119; farewell address of,
126, 134; predicted South could not
win, 132, 266; at outbreak of war,
134; 143. 144; on neutrality of Ken-
tucky, 152-3 ; 245 ; single leader of the
South, 265, 267; quoted, 267; 332;
criticized for failure to surrender with
Lee, 322

Davis, John (maternal grandfather of
Walter Q. Gresham), mentioned, 9,
45; death mentioned, 46; anti-slavery
views and character of, 46-7

Davis, John (uncle of Walter Q. Gres-
ham), 46, 47

Davis, Judge, instrumental in introduc-
ing slavery in Northwest Territory, 20

Davis, Judge David, no, 350, 351; 352,
353. 355. 356. 370. 423-4. 425. 439.
488, 565

Davis, Major, 193

Davis, Mrs. Col., 284, 292

Davis, Mrs. Samuel, 248

Davis, Robert, 46, 47

Davis, Rodolphus, 49

Davis, Samuel, 248, 282

Davis, Samuel, family of, 282

Davis, Sarah, see Gresham, Sarah Davis

Davis, Senator C. K., 589

Davis, Thomas, 46, 47

Davis, Walter, 48

Dawes, Senator, 743

Dayton, Col. L. M., 463, 469

Dayton, William L., 69

Debs, Eugene V., 416, 417, 418, 621

"Debs' Rebellion," 416-9

Degan, Mathias, 800

Delano, — , 457

Delaware, 116

Democratic National Convention at
Chicago, 1896, 113, 708-11; 814; at
Chicago, 1892, 664-8

Democratic party, campaign in Indiana,
1855, 62-6; in National cam.paign of
i860. III, 112; in Indiana campaign
of 1874, 420, 426-33; " sound money "
party before the war, 433; disor-
ganized over patronage. 1887, 564

Denbo, — , 230

Denby, Charles, 441, 442

Denver, General, 184

Depew, Chauncey M., 171, 512, 528,
568, 573. 579. 582, 583, 589, 591, 594,
599, 600, 601, 658

De Struve, Baron, 267

De Struve, Mme., 267, 697

Detroit, Mich., strike of 1877 at, 381

Detroit, U. S. S., 779, 780



54



848



INDEX



Devons, Charles, 384, 397-8

Dewar, John, 642-5

Dexter, Wirt, 413, 416

De Young, M. H., 587

Diamond Match Company, 633-4, 636

Diamond" Match Trust," the, 633-4, 636

Dickinson, Don M., 665, 678-81, 740

DiUingham, Lieutenant, 298

Dillon, Judge, 439, 440

Dillon, Sidney, 556, 558, 559

Dingley Bill, the, 587, 633

Dingley, Nelson, 736-7

Disson, Hamilton, 575, 660, 662

"Distillers and Cattle Feeders Trust,"
638-40

Distilling and Cattle Feeding Co. of
Peoria, 111., 640, 642, 643, 645, 647, 649

District of Columbia, slave trade
abolished, 1850. 50

Disunionists as classified by Henry
Clay, III

Ditto, Charles, negro slave concerned
in the "Brandenburg affair," 81-3

Ditto, Dr. C. H., 81

Ditto, Mary Ann, wife of negro
Charles, 81, 82

Doane, John W., 522, 678

Dodge, Gen. Granville B., 308, 309,
467, 802

Dole, Sanford B., 748, 749, 750, 767, 768,
771

Doll, James, 283

Dolph, Senator (of Oregon), 735

Donelson, Andrew J., Know- Nothing
candidate for vice-president, 1856, 71

Doolittle, James R., 329, 330, 541, 815

Dornblaser, Colonel, 214, 829

"Dough-faces," 288, 290, 332,340

Douglas, Stephen A., reports Kansas-
Nebraska bill, 1854,56; argues in favor
of Kansas- Nebraska bill, 57; opposed
by pro-slavery Secessionists, 58; criti-
cism of in 1854 pronounced unju.st, 58;
his position on slavery constitutionally
sound, 58-9; writes platform of Demo-
cratic convention, i860, 70; defeated
for nomination for President, 70 ; writes
platform of i860, 71; 74; opposes Eng-
lish bill, 76; 95, 96-8; Freeport speech,
Lincoln-Douglas debate, quoted, 96;
his claim of "Squatter" or Popular
Sovereignty , -1 08 ; supporters of in 1 860,
III; in campaign of i860, 11 2-1 5, 118;
asadebater and wit, 1 16-18; how esti-
mated by Walter Q. Gresham, 117;
offered compromise by Jefferson Davis,
119; votes received in i860, 120, 127;
and the Southern Democrats, 138; 151



Douglass, Frederick, 585

Douglass, Samuel, 62, 230

Dowling, Alexander, 350

Draper, General, 713, 769

Draper, Mrs. General, 713

" Dred Scott case," sec Scott, Dred

Driven Well patent case, 512

Drummond, Judge Thomas, 139, 140,

351. 356, 359. 370, 371. 372. 374. 375.

376-8, 382, 387, 400-1, 402-4, 407,

424, 504, 508, 512-3, 514, 560, 623,

624, 625
Dudley, Gen. W. W., 473, 478, 486, 601,

604-18
Duel, seconds indicted in Kentucky, 133
Duke, Gen. Basil, 230, 231
Dumontiel, Col. (C. S. A.), 277, 280
Duncan, Blanton, 152, 472-3, 659
Duncan, Col. A. V., 243, 306, 314
Dunham, Col. CyrusL., 333,336,337,373
"Dunleith," Natchez, 248
Dunn, — 217,

Dunn, Captain, of the Victor, 221
Dyer, Judge Charles E., 506, 512, 513,

514, 560, 583
Dyer, Judge Patrick H., 439-40, 442,

443, 445. 446

Eastman, Dr., 302, 305, 306, 312

Eaton, Lucian, 439

Eberling vs. Chicago, Milwaukee & St.

Paul Railroad, 360-2
Eckels, James H., 692
Eddy, Marcus, 476
Edgar, Dr., 311
Edmunds, George F., 460, 501, 505,

636, 724, 743, 756
Egan, Patrick, 591
Eggers, L. F., 591
Elam, John B., 611
Election fraud cases in Baltimore, Md.,

1878, 473, 483-4; in Chicago, 111.,

486-8; in Cincinnati, O., 473, 483-4;

in Indiana, 472-86
Electoral commission of 1876, 460-1
Electoral vote, 1892, 675
Eliza, daughter of Dred Scott, 104, 105
Eliza, wife of Dred Scott, 104, 105
Elizabethtown, Ky., 79, 156, 157
Elkins, John L.. 660, 662
Elkins, Mrs. Stephen B., 599-600
Elkins, Stephen B., 571, 572, 599-600,

720, 723, 729, 737
Elkins-Widener Street Car Syndicate,

660, 662
Elliott, Henry W., 719, 723, 729, 736
Elliott's "Reports," 719
Ellsworth Coal Company, 558-9



INDEX



849



Elmer, Richard A., 578
"Elmscourt," Natchez, 247, 276
Emancipation as a war measure, 203-6;

discussed in Robert Dale Owen's

letter to S. P. Chase, 200-6
Emancipation Proclamation a war

measure, 250; 255
Emerson, Dr., owner of Dred Scott,

103-4
Emerson, Mrs. (Irene Emerson Chaffee),

104-6
Emilia, Marquis, see Viscompte Venosta
Endris, Antone, 290
"Enforcement Acts," the, 472, 473,

483, 486, 487, 739
England, friendship with South during

Civil War, 266
English bill, the, 76
English, Dr., i6
English, Elizabeth, Indian captivity

and rescue, 16; marriage to Dennis

Pennington, 16; mentioned, 17
English "Jinnie," see English, Virginia
English, Maj. George H., 270
English, Matthew, Indian captivity of, 16
English, Virginia, Indian captivity, 16;

marriage to William Pennington, 16;

anecdote of, 17
EngHsh, William H., 17, 59, 60, 71, 75,

76, 77. 389, 685
Erie Company, the, 628-31
Estee, M. M., 584, 585
Estes, T. E., 591
Eulalie, the Infanta, 693-5
Evans, — , 405
Evans, Col. Walter, 583
Evans, Robert J., 583
Evansville (Ind.) Courier, 441
Evansville (Ind.) Journal, 570
Evansville, Ind., strike of 1877 at, 394-

7; "Whiskey Ring" trial at, 441-2
Everett, Edward, 118, 120, 127
Everett, Representative (of Mass.), 769
Ewing, Gen. Charles, 315-6, 530. 541

F.ACKLER, Colonel, 195

Fackler, Mrs., 195-6

Fairbanks, Charles W., 376, 403. 551,

570, 571. 580. 631, 670
Fairbanks, Crawford, 670, 671-2, 673
Fairchild, Charles S., 681, 721
Fannie Bullet, river boat, 218
Farleigh, T. B., 83, 122
Farleigh, "Tom," 89
"Farmer's Alliance," the, 627, 659
Farmers Loan & Trust Company of

Chicago, 532, 535, 547, 548, 551. 630
Farquhar, Captain, 231



Farrar, Colonel, 256, 258, 260, 262, 270,

271, 275, 276, 277
Farwell, Charles B., 505, 576, 577, 579,

580, 586, 595. 598
Fassett, J. Sloat, 594, 662
Federal spy organization, excellence of,

270-1
Federal Troops, 6th U. S. Artillery,

Colored, 256
Fellows, J. R., 708
Ferguson, C. A., 476
Fessenden, William Pitt, 422
Field, Cyrus W., 626
Field, Justice, 423-4, 483. 484, 628, 631,

815, 816
Field, Marshall, 701
Field (Marshall) & Co., 702
Fielden, Samuel, 800
Field officer, duties of, 158, 159
Fife, Sheriff (of Allegheny, Pa.), 381
Fifer, Joseph, 579

Fifth Avenue Hotel, New York, 809
Fillmore, Millard, 63, 71
Fishback, George, 438
Fishback, W. P., 349, 388
Fitler, Mayor (of Philadelphia), 590, 591
Fitzsimmons, Gen. Charles, 506, 791,

799-800
Florida, Confederate cruiser, 786
Florida delegates leave convention,

i860, 113
Florida, ratifies 13th Amendment, 327
Folger, Charles J., 498, 499-500, 501,

502, 562, 563, 564, 567, 577
Foraker, J. B., 591, 660, 661, 662
Forbes, Archibald, 143
"Force Bill," the Harrison, 637-8, 662
Force, Colonel, 193
Force, General, 468
Ford, Patrick, 595, 596, 598
Ford, Washington, 254
Foreign-born citizens, 116
Forrest, Gen. N. B. (C. S. A.), 284, 295
Fort Adams, expedition, 274-80
Fort Beauregard, La., 270
Fort Donelson, prisoners captured at,

172, 173
Fort Snelling, 103, 104
Fort Sumter, 134, 135, 138, 140
Fort Wayne, Ind., strike of 1877 at, 400
Foster, Charles, 672, 677
Foster, Col. John W., 489, 500, 570,

571. 579. 717. 724-30. 732. 733. 736.

743. 749-50, 788. 805-9
Fowler, Moses, 580
France, friendship with South during

Civil War, 266
Frankfort Yeoman, 121



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Franklin Township, Ind., 65

Frazier. R. E., 590

Freaney, W. J., 583

Freedmen, 14th Amendment drawn to
protect the, 331

Freedmen's Bureau Bill, 329

Freeman, Judge Henry V., 791

Free Soil theory of slavery, 36

Fremont, Gen. John C, 69, 159, 585

French, Julius, 649

French, Mrs. Seth Barton, 704, 705

French, Seth Barton, 704-5

French, Stephen B., 595, 596, 598

Friedley, George M., 580

Fry, Senator, 707, 765, 773

Fugitive Slave Act of 1793. quoted, 34-
35; 41; stripped of its provisions by
"Personal Liberty" laws of New
England, 44; as amended 1850, 50-1;
declared unconstitutional by Wiscon-
sin, 51; pronounced constitutional by
United States Supreme Court, 51;
openly opposed by Wendell Phillips
and Theodore Parker, 52; discussed
by Walter Q. Gresham in campaign of
1855, 64; resolutions of Meade Coun-
ty meeting relating to, 123; Mr. Gres-
ham's words concerning, 125; en-
forced by Lincoln, 127, 139, 140; in
Crittenden Resolutions, 132, 133

Fugitive slaves, helped by citizens of
Corydon, Ind., s^; question of, before
Colonial convention of 1787, 40;
Indiana legislation on, 1816 and 1818,
40; section on, in the Constitution, 40,
41; construed by Supreme Court,
1842, 43; Pennsylvania statute held
unconstitutional, 1842, 43; "Per-
sonal Liberty" laws of New England,
44; advised by Wendell Phillips to
avoid Massachusetts, after Com-
promise of 1850, 53; given assistance,
109, 126; if Kentucky had seceded,
"Canadian border" would have been
moved down to the Ohio River,
128; provisions of Crittenden Resolu-
tions concerning, 132; returned by
Lincoln's order, 139, 140

Fuller, Capt. A. M., 801

Fuller, Justice Melville W., 505, 506,
515, 63a, 653, 715-6, 811

G.\GE, Lyman J., 594, 648
"Galena gang," the, 139
Galesburg, 111., 98
Gallagher, A. J., 376
Gallagher, Thomas, 486-8
Gallinger, Senator Jacob H., 590



Ganiott, T. S., 59, 60

Gapen, Phillip, 476

Garfield, James A., 496, 576, 582, 589,
596. 743

Garrison, William Lloyd, slavery views
discussed, 54-55



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