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Gay, Isaac P., 668

Gaylord, — , 543, 544

Gayoso House, Memphis, 194

Georgia delegates leave convention,
i860, 113

Georgia volunteers, 52d regiment, 220

Germans, pro-slavery, in Southern In-
diana, 65

Germany, "tarifT wall" laws following
Spanish-American war, 804

Gibson, George J., 642-8

Gipsy, Stmr., 104

Gladstone, WilHam E., 779

Glenn, John, 233

Glenn, John A., 661, 662

"Gloster," Natchez, 247

Glover, Captain, 162

Gold standard, efforts to preserve in
Harrison's administration, 677; in
Cleveland'sadministration, 703-7, 712

Gordon, Maj. Jonathan W., 403

Gorham, Senator, 706, 814

Gorman, Senator, 667, 687, 714

Gould, Jay, 551. 552, 554, 555, 556,
558. 559. 573. 802

Grace case, the, loi, 102

Grain, Cregor, 727

Grand Army, the, 186, 191

Grand Junction, Tenn., 192, 193

Grand Pacific Hotel, Chicago, 581, 593,
595. 596, 644

Grand Trunk Railroad, 540

Grant, Captain, oi the New National. 2T;j

Grant Locomotive Works, 622, 623

Grant, Ulysses S., 95; occupies Paducah,
Ky., 154; mentioned, 159; at Shiloh,
175-6; quoted, 176; 177, 178, 180, 181;
charges of drinking at Shiloh, 182; re-
stored to command of Grand Army,
187; in advance on Corinth, 191; quot-
ed, 191; soldiers' faith in, 195; opens
Vicksburg campaign, 197; 199; plans
criticized, 207,208, 209, 220. 225, 226,
227; 240, 241, 244, 246, 248; efforts to
prevent illegal sale of cotton, 253;
not favorable to enlistment of ne-
groes, 256; mentioned, 258, 268; orders
Harrisburg (La.) expedition, 270;
287, 303, 311, 316; attitude toward
Lincoln's reelection, 321; 323, 324,
343. 344. 345 ; offers Gresham collector-
ship at New Orleans, 345; 348; nomi-



INDEX



851



Grant, Ulysses S. — Continued

nates Gresham United States District
Judge, 349; 408, 425, 428; appoints
General Bristow to Treasury Port-
folio, 437-8; incensed by Bristow's
prosecutions of "Whiskey Ring," and
forces him from cabinet, 439; 448, 454,
455- 456; resentment toward General
Bristow, 457; 458, 462, 463. 464, 466,
467, 468; renews his confidence in
Gresham, 469; 493, 495, 496, 497, 568,
743; memorandum on conduct at
Shiloh, Appendix A, 821-2

Gray, George F., 684, 708, 759, 814

Gray, Jane (grandmother of Matilda
Gresham), 3

Gray, Justice, 435-6

Great Britain, Bering Sea controversy
with United States, 717-37; claim of
sovereignty over Nicaragua, 781-2;
controversy with over Venezuela,

793-7

Greeley, Horace, 73, 434, 668

Green, Ashabel, 376, 551

"Greenback," the, in Indiana politics
1874, 420-33; in the financial adjust-
ments in 1884, 502

Greenback party in election 1884, 561

Greenhut, J. B., 647, 649

Green, Louis H., 649

Green River, 165, i66

Greer, Justice, 423

Gresham, Col. Benjamin Q. A. (brother
of Walter Q. Gresham), 9; physical
characteristics of, 10; in Mexican
War, 25-6; 219; major 3d Indiana
cavalry, 236; enters Morgan's lines
during raid, 237-8; 290; character-
ized, 302-3; quoted, 303-4; wounded,
304; 305. 316

Gresham family, Indiana settlers, 15

Gresham, George (grandfather of Wal-
ter Q. Gresham), 8, 13

Gresham, Lawrence (great-grandfather
of Walter Q. Gresham), 8

Gresham, Mary Andremead (sister of
Walter Q. Gresham). 9

Gresham, Matilda (wife of Walter Q.
Gresham), birth, i; birthplace, 3;
sees Henry Clay, 4; first meets Wal-
ter Q. Gresham, 7; school years of, 67;
marriage, 72; first home in Corydon,
Ind., 72; birth of first child, 72;
accompanies husband on circuit, 73;
hears all phases of slavery and seces-
sion discussed, 75; visits husband at
the front, 1863, 210-r; witness of
Morgan's Raid, 234-7; visits Vicks-



Gresham, Matilda — Continued

burg 1863, 239-40; at Natchez, with
General Gresham, fall of 1863, 240-
57; returns North, 264; visits hus-
band near Vicksburg, 1864, 282-6;
hazards of river travel, 282-3;
meets husband at Nashville after he
was wounded at Atlanta, 302-3;
returns with him to New Albany.
305-6; first visit to Washington, 1872,
347; life in Washington in Arthur's
administration, 489-91, 494-5; fa-
miliarity with mechanics, 522; ability
to keep professional secrets, 522;
attends Democratic Convention,
1892, 664; opposes husband's accept-
ing portfolio of State under Cleve-
land, 679-80; attends Cleveland's
inaugural, 688; meets Cleveland,
688-9; official and social life in Wash-
ington, 689 et seq.

Gresham Military Bill, 136, 137, 142

Gresham, Sadie (sister of Walter Q.
Gresham), 9

Gresham, Sarah Davis (mother of
Walter Q. Gresham), 8, 45; anti-
slavery views of, 9; mental character-
istics. 10; second marriage, 12

Gresham, William (father of Walter Q.
Gresham). born in Kentucky. 8;
marriage, 9; elected sheriff, 9; killed, 9

Gresham, William G. (brother of Wal-
ter Q. Gresham), 9, 160

Gresham, Walter Quintin

Appearance: at the age of twenty, 7;
described by General Sherman. 156-7
Education: attends first school, 10;
studies botany in the fields, 10; at-
tends Corydon Seminary, 26; com-
pletes two-year course in May's
Academy, 26; teaches school, 1 850-1,
27; attends Indiana State University,
1851-2, 27; early reading directed by
Judge William T. Otto, 27; as school-
boy, spends nights with "Old Uncle
Dennis" Pennington studying Negro
question, 35

Law Career: first adviser, "Old Uncle
Dennis" Pennington, 8; pupil of
Judge Porter, 8; enters law office of
Samuel J. Wright, 26; serves as
minute clerk to county commis-
sioners, 26; enters office of clerk of
Harrison County courts, 27; works
in county clerk's office, 1851, 27;
studies in law oflFice of Judge William
A. Porter, 1852-4, 27-8; admitted
to practice in Circuit and Common



852



INDEX



Gresham, Walter Quintin — Cont'd
Pleas Court of Indiana, 1854. 29;
forms law firm of Slaughter and
Gresham, 29; first important case,
29-30; fearless in trying a lawsuit, 31 ;
practice of Slaughter and Gresham
large and remunerative, 31; attends
to all circuit work of the farm, 31;
view of James Otis' theory of govern-
ment, 38-9; study of Webster's
speeches, 54; partnership of Slaughter
and Gresham dissolved, 1858, 78;
continues practice alone, 78; handles
many kinds of litigation, 78; attorney
in the "Brandenburg AfTair," 79-91;
represented Horace Heffron, 133;
helped pass railroad legislation, 137;
considered partnership with David
Macy, of Indianapolis, 138; lawsuits
of firm turned over to Mr. Slaughter,
145; resumed law practice 1865, 341;
partnership with John Butler, 341;
partnership dissolved, 341; defends
Union soldiers charged with murder,
341-2; United States District Judge,
349-60; understanding and interpre-
tation of American system of law,
353-4; masters patent law, 356; pro-
tects the inventor, 357; illustrations
of his fairness, 357-8; interpretation
of the bankruptcy laws, 359; attitude
toward the Supreme Court, 359; in-
sisted on jurors weighing conflicting
evidence, 359-60; rulings in the " Mo-
non" receivership case, 367-71; acts
as Federal judge in the railroad strike
of 1877, 384-401; asks Judge Drum-
mond to trial of strikers, 1877, 406-7;
opinion in Burlington strike case,
1888, 414-5; stipports Chief Justice
Chase in legal tender decision, 1870,
424; conducts "Whisky Ring" trials,
441-5; breaks with Benjamin Har-
rison, 443; upholds constitutionality
of the Immunity Statute, 443-7; sus-
tains Judge Blodgett in Counselman
case, 446; reversed by Supreme
Court, 446; presides in election fraud
cases, 1878, 473-88; construes law, as
Postmaster-General, as warranting
exclusion of lottery company from
mails, 492; suggests amendments to
lottery laws, 493; sued by Louisiana
Lottery Company, 493; appointed
United States Judge, 1884, 504; rail-
road receivership case, 507-11; liking
for patent cases, 511-12; decree in
Lawther case, 512-13; obedient to



Gresham, Walter Quintin — Cont'd
Supreme Court mandates, 514; hears
Federal cases, 515; hearing in the
Pullman patent case, 521-9; trial
judge in the Angle case, 530, 539,
540, 545; celebrated opinion in the
Wabash case, 550-60; "Blocks of
Five" case, 607-8; correspondence
with Judge Woods, 811-8; urged as
successor to Justice Matthews of the
Supreme Court, 619; declines, 619-
20; confidential adviser to attorney
World's Columbian Exposition, 621;
one of the judges in the "Narrow
Gauge" case, 622; rebuke by Su-
preme Court, 622-6; appoints receiver
Chicago & Atlantic R. R.. 628; inter-
pretation of State and Federal juris-
diction, 636, 648; aids Harrison
administration in first prosecution
under Sherman Anti-Trust Act in
Whiskey Trust case, 641; passes
on Whiskey Trust case indictment,
646; hears habeas corpus case of
Chicago anarchists, 800; views as a
patent judge, 803; technical ability
and judicial qualities, 804-5; testi-
mony to his sense of justice and
fairness, 805-6

Military Career: wounded at Atlanta,
48; gave up colonel's commission on
Governor's Staff, 138; denied colo-
nel's commission, 144; studies mil-
itary tactics and enlists as private,
145; commissioned lieutenant-colonel
38th Indiana volunteers, 149; 158,
159. 165, 166; goes to Indianapolis to
take command 53d infantry, 168;
quarrel with Governor Morton, over
raising money for the regiment, 169;
shares expense of organization of the
53d, 169; speeches for the Union, 170;
Colonel 53d Indiana, 171; 178; mem-
ber Worthington court-martial, 184;
supports Grant's plan at Shiloh, 185;
serves on court-martial at Fort
Pickering, 195; in Vicksburg cam-
paign, 197; illness at front, 1863,
210-1; efforts of Governor Morton to
secure dismissal from service, 214;
recommended by Grant for promo-
tion, 227; in command at Natchez,
241; punishes soldiers for theft from
non-combatants, 257; work in recon-
struction of Mississippi, 1863, 258
interprets Lincoln's proclamation of
amnesty and pardon, 258; leaves
Natchez for Meridian campaign



INDEX



853



Gresham, Walter Quintin — Cont'd
and joins Sherman, 262; commands
brigade in Harrisonburg (La.) expe-
dition, 270; commands expedition
against Fort Adams, 272-80; com-
mands brigade in Meridian expedi-
tion, 284; selected to appeal to veter-
ans to re-enlist, 288-gi; appointed to
command of a division in 17th Army
Corps, 294; wounded at Atlanta, 302;
confined in bed a year, 312; makes
first amnesty speech for Confed-
erates, 324; the army, Appendix C,
826-35

As Orator: early develops into a good
advocate, 30; orator at Chicago meet-
ing of the Society of the Army of the
Tennessee, 468-71; orator at dedica-
tion of Grant monument, Chicago, 555
Personal Characteristics: full of jokes
and good humor, 73; skillful rifle shot,
73; tolerant of opinions of others, 74;
liked to lead, 123; obedience as sol-
dier, 159; deplored war's destructive-
ness, 162; kindliness won him favor
with citizens of Natchez, 251; op-
posed to war on humane grounds,
252; acts of consideration for citizens
of Natchez, 260-4; story illustrating
his kindness on the bench, 451-2
Political Career: Anti- Nebraska can-
didate for district attorney, 1854, 59;
defeated, but carries own county, 60;
friendship with William H. English,
60; nominated for county clerk on
Anti-Nebraska ticket, 1855, 62; takes
part in joint debate with Democratic
candidate, in Corydon, 63; supports
Kansas-Nebraska bill, 65; temporary
member of Know- Nothing party, 66;
defeated in county election, 1855, 66;
takes part in Republican campaign in
Indiana, 1856, 70; on stump for Fre-
mont, 1856, 69; relations with Oliver
P. Morton, 69-70, no; quoted on
campaign of 1858, 75; supporter of
Henry S. Lane, no; refusal to make
pledges, in; discussions with Mrs.
Gresham's father, 116; quoted, 116;
his opinion of Douglas, 117; nomi-
nated for legislature in Harrison
County, Indiana, i860, 119; elected,
120; at meeting in Brandenburg, 122-
5; quoted, 123-5; o" Fugitive Slave
Law, 125; on secession and union,
125; conversation with George D.
Prentice, 127, 128; resolutions intro-
duced by, 1 29 -3 1 ; never met Lincoln,



Gresham, Walter Quintin — Cont'd
I33;his Military Bill, 136, 143; in In-
diana legislature, 1861. 137; did not
endorse spoils doctrine, 137; relations
with Governor Morton, 138, 144, 212-
4; quoted as to conditions in Indiana,
1 86 1, 140-2; drafted Home Guard
Bill, 143; opposes special interests,
171; member Committee on Resolu-
tions, Indiana State Convention,
1866, 331; Union party candidate for
Congress, 1866, 333; never an advo-
cate of unlimited suffrage, 336; can-
vasses his district for 14th Amend-
ment, 338-9; elected State Fiscal
Agent of Indiana, 339; delegate to
National Republican convention,
1868, 342; candidate for Congress,
342; speech on the 14th Amendment,
343; on the stump in Indiana, 344;
declines to be candidate for Senator,
345; offered collectorship at New
Orleans, 346; declines, 346; declines
district attorneyship of Indiana, 348;
supports "hard money" candidate
for Congress, 1874, 420, 426; differ-
ences with General Harrison, 443;
supports Bristow for President, 454-
9; accepts election of Hayes, 459-61;
offered nomination for Governor of
Indiana, 456; condemns coercion of
the South, 459-60; restored to Grant's
confidence, 469; consideration for
the South, 470-1 ; declines to be can-
didate for Governor of Indiana, 1880,
or for United States Senator, 488;
appointed Postmaster-General by
President Arthur, 489; made Secre-
tary of the Treasury, 502 ; first meet-
ing with Cleveland, 505; advises
Cleveland with political appoint-
ments, 505-6; potential candidate for
presidency, 1888, 567-71; refuses to
make political trade with Blaine or
Piatt, 571-2; declines to make any
concessions to the "bosses," 573, 575;
candidacy pushed by prominent
newspapers and public men, 574-5,
580, 583; urged to make pledges, 576;
refuses, 578, 582; proposal to nomi-
nate with Depew, 579; " Mug-
wump" support, 579; refuses to en-
dorse Republican platform, 1888,
586-7; support of labor interests, 587;
again refuses pledges to secure nomi-
nation, 588; put in nomination at
National Republican Convention,
1888, 589; 590, 593; nomination



854



INDEX



Gresham, Walter Quintin — Cont'd
urged by Senator Teller, 594; friends
press him for pledges, 598-9; stands
firm, 599; pleased at not being nomi-
nated, 602; decides to support
Cleveland, 1892, 603; declares his po-
litical views in public address, 1891,
655-8; discussed as presidential can-
didate, 1892, 659; overtures from
Republicans, 660-2; asked to head
People's Party, 663; supports Cleve-
land, 669-73; letter to Bluford Wilson
justifying his position, 672-3; letter to
Joseph Medill, on political attitude,
1892, 675-6; offered portfolio of State,
678 et seq.; letter to Cleveland declin-
ing, 680-1; letter accepting, 682-3;
conference with Cleveland at Lake-
wood, N. J., 684-5; popularity with
Southern men, 687; in Cleveland's
cabinet, 688-700; leads fight for repeal
of Shennan Silver Act, 704-6; advo-
cate Income tax law, 715; attitude in
Bering Sea controversy, 721-2, 727,
730. 732-7; criticized for Hawaiian
policy, 73S et seq.; takes position in
opposition to that inaugurated by
Secretary Blaine, 738; responsible for
attempt to restore Queen Liliuoka-
lani, 740; charged with usurping
power, 744; letter to the President on
the Hawaiian matter, 746-52; letter
of instructions to Minister Willis,
752-5; asserts policy of "right and
justice in conduct of nations, 755;
supported by prominent men, 757-
60; saves lives of Hawaiian rebels,
775; resolutions of appreciation from
Hawaii, 776; influence in settling Bra-
zil insurrection, 1893, 778-81; atti-
tude in Nicaraguan controversy with
Great Britain, 782-5; part in settle-
ment of Chinese-Japanese war, 788-9;
the Venezuela matter, 793-7; opposed
to imperialism, 797; acts in Samoan
question, 1894, 798; position on labor
question, 803; the Bonavides case
with Mexico, 805-6; favored wo-
man's suffrage, 808
Private Life: meets Matilda McGrain,
future wife, 7; ancestry, 8, 9; date of
birth, 9; boyhood, lo-ii; marriage,.
1858, 72; settles in Corydon, 72;
severe accident, 352; spends winter
1874-5 in California, 437; presides at
St. Paul meeting Society of the Army
of the Tennessee, 1879, 464; removes
to Washington, 1882. 489; death.



Gresham, Walter Quintin — Cont'd
1895, 790; funeral in Chicago, 790-1;
interment at Arlington Cemetery,
Washington, 791-2
Slavery Question: grasp of slavery
question in boyhood, 46; anti-slavery
views strong in 1848, 49; scorned
commercialism underlying New Eng-
land's position on slavery, 52; satis-
fied that theory of Phillips and Garri-
son was wrong, 54; never an Aboli-
tionist, 55; broad views of slavery, 55;
approves principles on which Kansas-
Nebraska bill was based, 57; review
of in debate in campaign of 1855,
63-5; discussion of Lincoln- Douglas
debates, 92; views on status of negro
before the courts, 93; disapproves
John Brown raid, 95; not an Aboli-
tionist but assailed immorality of
slavery, 97-8; expresses attitude of
young men toward, 133, 134, 136;
horror of inciting slaves to insurrec-
tion, 135; effects of slavery upon the
masters, 142; views on the Emanci-
pation Proclamation, 250; opposes
enlistment of negroes, 256; opposed
to unlimited negro suffrage but de-
mands equal protection for negroes
under the law, 347
Quotations from Political Speeches:
334-6, 455. S02-3, 656-7
War Letters: 156-66, 172-4, 176-82,
186-91, 192-4, 197, 198-200, 208-10,
216-7, 218-29, 272-4, 281-2, 294-
302; correspondence relating to ef-
forts of Governor Morton to dismiss
Colonel Gresham from the army.
Appendix C, 826-35

Gottfried vs. Crescent Brewing Co., 357

Grierson, Colonel, 184

Griffin, Col. Daniel G. (adopted brother
of Matilda Gresham), 3; 150-1, 153,
159, 167, 242, 268, 269, 296

Griffith, Colonel (C. S. A.), 277, 280

Grosscup. Judge, 417. 419

Grow, "Bill," 626

Guanabara, Brazilian man of war, 780

Guthrie, James, iii; 134; 156

Guyer, Senator, of Missouri, io6

Haines Bluff, Miss., 219

Hale, John P., 45, 49, 706, 707, 742

773. 775
Halford, Elijah W., 569, 570, 588, 596,

597. 598, 599, 600, 602
Hall, Col. Cyrus, 214, 266, 270, 306.

316, 828



INDEX



855



Hall, Representative (of Minn.), 769

Halleck, Gen. Henry W., 173, 175, 183,
186, 188, 191, 214, 827

Hamilton, Alexander, 353

Hamilton, Gail, 572

Hamilton, General. 512 4

Hamlin, Hannibal, 119, 120

Hammond, Judge E. P., 580

Hancock, William, 120

Hand, John P., 646

Hanford. Judge, 627-8

Hanna, H. C., 580

Hanna, Thomas, 580

Hannen, Lord, 726

Harbison, Ann Porter, 18

Harbison family, Indiana settlers, 15

Harbison, James, 18

Harbison, Maj. John, first settler at
Lanesville, Ind., 15; death of, 17; a
man of means, 1 8 ; will of, 18; elected
councillor in Indiana legislature,
1810, 22

Hardee, Gen. William J., 183

Hardee's corps (C. S. A.), 309

Hardin County, Ky., 79

Harding, General, 468

Harding, George, 467

Hardinsburg, Ky., 79

"Hard money," 420-1

Hard Times Landing, La., 246

Hargrave, — , argument in the Sommer-
set case ("The Negro Case,"), 36, 38

Harlan, Justice John M., 317-8; quoted,
320; 321, 338, 378, 456-7. 459. 484.
4^5, 4?5, 487, 488, 491, 492, 493, 494.
506, 507-11. 515. 531. 544. 546. 547-9.
612, 614, 616, 621, 625, 627-8, 637,
653. 655, 726. 730. 732. 733. 809;
811, 812; abstract of speech delivered
in 1864, on Lincoln and the negro,
Appendix B, 823-5

Harmon, Attorney-General, 654

Harney, Carrie Taylor (Mrs. Zeb
Harney), 68, 115

Harney, Major, 68; 73, 74; quoted, 115,
116; 318

Harney, Zeb, 68

Hameys, supporters of Douglas, in
i860. III

Harpers Ferry raid. 95

Harper's Weekly, "JSl

Harrington, Samuel M., 376

Harris, A. C, 580, 670

Harris. Mrs. A. C, 670

Harrison, Benjamin, anecdotes of, 331;
353. 376; in strike of 1877, 383, 385,
388, 390, 392-3; 403; defense attor-
ney in "Whiskey Ring" trials, 447,



H.ARRisoN, Benj.'VMIN — Continued
449-51; breach with Gresham, 447,
451; candidacy for Governor of Indi-
ana, 454, 456; 465, 466, 467; Indiana
election fraud cases, 1878, 473-82;
484, 486; candidacy for President,
1888, 567-70; position on Chinese
exclusion, 570-1; promises to Blaine,
572; Chinese record destroys his
candidacy, 577. 581, 587; put in
nomination at National convention
1888, 589, 591; pledge to Senator
Piatt, 594-.S; 596, 598. 599; receives
nomination, 600-1 ; attitude before
the country, 602-3; 605; elected
President, 606; the "Blocks of Five"
case, 608-9, 611, 613, 614, 618;
trouble over appointment of Blaine
as Secretary of State, 609; appoints
Windom instead of Piatt to Treasury
portfolio, 610; 619, 620, 621, 626, 632,
637; "sound money," man, 638; lack-
ing in executive ability, 639; 648, 650,
651; movement to prevent renomi-
nation, 1892, 660-3; 669, defeated by
Cleveland, 1892, 674-5; 677, 717,
720; Bering Sea controversy, 722,
724, 725, 732; Hawaiian policy, 738 el
seq.; 796; opposed to Imperialism, 809

Harrison, Carter H., Sr., 700, 800-1

Harrison, Colonel (C. S. A.), 269-70

Harrison County, Ind., first white child
born in, 18; organized, 1808, 22; 59;
carried by Walter Q. Gresham in anti-
Nebraska campaign, 1855, 60; inter-
est in local elections in. 1855, 62-6;
72, 73. 75. 79. 88, 119, 120, 143

Harrison. Hines & Miller, 442, 445, 447
■ Harri-son, William Henry, 19, 20; instru-
mental in introduction of slavery in
Indiana, 21; 22

Harrisonburg, La., expedition against,
270-1

Harrity, — (chairman Democratic Na-
tional Committee), 674

Hart, — , (Solicitor of the Treasury),
640-3, 645-6

Hart, Mrs., 640

Hartford convention of 18 14, secession
first practically suggested, 55

Hartley, G. G., 591

Hartranft, Governor (of Pennsylvania),
381

Hastings, George B., 607

Hastings, H. D., 591

Hatch, General, 262

Hatton, Dick, 573

Hatton, Frank, 573-4. 587. ^i^, 680



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INDEX



Hatton, Mrs. Frank, 573

Havemeyers, the, 650-1

Haverly's Theater, Chicago, 468

Hawaii, 738 et seq.

Hawaiian commissioners, the, 741, 744,

773
Hawaiian Islands, populationin 1893,774
Hawaiian Queen, see Queen LiHuokalani
Hawaiian revolt of 1893, 738-76, 809,

810, Appendix D, 836-40
Hawley, Senator, 775
Hayes, Captain, 231
Hayes, Rutherford B., 364.381,400,408,

459, 460, 494, 496, 576
Hayes-Tilden contest, 460-1, 478
Haymarket riot, Chicago, 799-801
Hebron, Tenn., 285-6, 292
Hedley, Capt. F. Y., 311. 316
Heffron, Gen. Horace (C. S. A.), 129,

133, 141, 143, 336, 338
Henderson, Gen. "Dave," 491
Henderson, Gen. John B., 288, 439, 491
Hendricks, Col. Abram W., 374, 383,

384, 390, 473, 474, 477, 478. 481
Hendricks, Thomas A., 60, 120, 287-8,

289,292,318,320,338,340,344,350,364,

385, 408, 426, 427, 428, 429, 433, 434.
435.465.466,467,468,473-83,502,706

Hendricks, Mrs. Thomas A., 350

Henry, Charles W., 660

"Henry Rifles," the (Home Guard), 234

Hepburn, W. P., 590, 769

Herbert, Hilary P. (Secretary of Navy),
699

Herbert, Miss, 699

Herod, W. W., 403

Herrick, Elizabeth, author of Aboli-
tionist "platform," 94

Herron, John W., 671

Hickenlooper, F. W., 575

Hickenlooper, Gen. Andrew J., 468, 658

Hickenlooper, Gen. B. F., 575

High, James L , 805

Hill, David B., 664, 667, 708, 709, 710,
793, 812, 816

Hill, Nathaniel V., 612-3

Hiscock, Senator Frank H., 591, 594

Hisey, William, 230

Hitchcock, — (U. S. Marshal), 640

Hitt, Robert R., 435, 756, 769, 770

Hoadly, George, 681

Hoar, E. R., 95

Hoar, George F., 102, 636, 637, 706,
707, 721, 724, 739, 743, 744, 759, 760,
768, 769, 771, 808

Hobson, General, 229, 230, 232

Hodge, — , 411

Hoffheimer, "Zack." 360-2



Holden family, Natchez, 280
Hollidav,John H., 459, 572,608, 609,610,

685
Holliday, W. J.. 476
Holly Springs, Miss., 192, 209
Holmes, — , 481
Holstein, Maj. Charles L., 441, 448,

473. 475
Home Guard Bill drafted by Walter Q.

Gresham, 143
"Home Guards" of Corydon, Ind., 48,

164, 231-5
Hood, Gen. John B. (C. S. A.), 304
Hood's corps (C. S. A.), 309
Hooker, Gen. Joseph, 217, 223, 290
Hooker, Representative (of Miss.), 769
Hopkins, — , 558, 559
Hopkins, Judge, 506
Hopkins, Mayor (of Chicago), 417
Hord, Oscar B., 468
Hornaday, James P., 815
Hornblower, William B., 812, 816
Hovey, Gen. A. P., 602
Howard, Gen. O. O.. 463
Howard, George, 416
Howe, Colonel, 554
Howe, Church, 567, 621
Howell, Miss Varina, 245
Howland, John D., 349-50
Hoyne, Philip A., 645
Huff, Samuel, 369
Hufman, Captain, 231
Hugg, Martin M., 570
Hughes, James, 369
Hume, W. T., 583
Humphries, Gen. B. G. (C. S. A.),

governor of Mississippi, 327
Humphreys, John, 550, 551, 554-9
Humphreys, Solon, 556
Hurlbut, General, 184, 188, 189. I93.



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