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213, 284, 468, 827
Huston, James N., 568, 603, 604, 605, 608
Huston, Senator, 57
Hutchinson Battery, the, 381
Hutchinson, Benjamin P. ("Old

Hutch"), 635
Hylton case, the, 715, 716

lGLEH.\Rr, Judge Asa, 375-6

Illinois Black Laws, 21, 24, 25, 100, 109

Illinois Central Railroad, 553

Illinois, increase of slavery in 18 10 to

1820, 24
Illinois Midland Railroad, 507, 621
Illinois Midland receivership, 507-8,

621, 622
Illinois National Guard, 799; ist In-
fantry, 800



INDEX



857



Illinois, southern, secessionist feeling in,
122

Illinois volunteer regiments. Civil War:
2d Artillery, 270
4th Cavalry, 262, 277
6th Cavalry, 184
14th Infantry, 214, 222, 223, 224,

270, 830
iSth Infantry, 214, 222, 270, 830
i6th Infantry, 270
17th Infantry, 270
28th Infantry, 214, 223, 270, 273, 832
32d Infantry, 184, 270, 300, 311
46th Infantry, 214, 270, 829
76th Infantry, 270

Immunity acts, the, 443-7

Income tax law, 715-6

"Independence," Natchez, 277, 278

Indiana, grandfather of Walter Q.
Gresham settles in, 1809, 8; birth-
place of Walter Q. Gresham, 9; :neet-
ing of first General Assembly, 1805,
21; introduction of slavery, 1807, 21;
anti-slavery legislation, 1800-20, 24;
slavery abolished, 1820, 24; legis-
latures of 1816 and 1818, 41; passes
laws on fugitive slaves, 18 16 and
i8i8, 41; "Joint Resolution" on fugi-
tive slaves, 1818, quoted, 41-2; in-
dicts Kentuckians for negro-stealing,
1818, 42; constitution of 1850, 109;
southsrn, secessionist feeling in, 122;
no Personal Liberty Laws in, 125;
relation to Kentucky, 1861, 128; on
question of secession, 129-31, 133;
Gresham Military Bill in, 136, 142,
143; militia, appropriation for, 143;
election fraud cases in, 1878, 472-88

Indiana and Kentucky, close relations
of, 820

Indiana. Bloomington & Western Rail-
road. 383. 386-7, 403, 405, 406, 551,
557

Indiana Democratic State convention
1874, 426-7, 428

Indiana Farmers' State convention
1874. 428

Indiana "Home Guards." 151, 231-5

"Indiana Legion," the 231

Indiana, Morgan's raid into. 225. 227

Indiana Republican State Convention
of i860, no; of 1874, 428

Indiana State Banking System, 422

Indiana State elections 1874, 432; 1876
and 1880, 589

Indiana State University, Walter Q.
Gresham a student at, 27

Indiana Supreme Court, 78



Indiana, troops from in Civil War, 140,

158, 208
Indiana volunteer regiments. Civil War:

3d Cavalry, 237, 290

6th Infantry, 823

loth Cavalry, 302, 317. 823

nth Infantry, 463

20th Infantry, 90

23d Infantry, 150, 193, 196, 242, 273,
284, 291, 292. 293, 297, 685

24th Infantry. iZ2,< 342

25th Infantry, 214, 833

29th Infantry, 160, t,t,t,

38th Infantry, 149; 150; 151; 153;
156; 159; 160, 164, 166; record of,
167; 242; at Chickamauga, 268,
296

49th Infantry, 48, 160

53d Infantry, 166, 168-74, 177, 179,
181, 184, 186, 192, 194, 195, 197,
204, 207, 208, 210, 212, 214, 222,
223. 226, 227, 235, 270, 273, 291,
292, 293, 297, 298, 826-35

59th Infantry, 49, 295

62d Infantry, 171

66th Infantry, 296
Indiana's vote in elections 1888 and

1892, 675
Indianapolis & St. Louis Railroad, 384
Indianapolis, Cincinnati & Lafayette

Railroad, 379, 383, 386-7, 403
Indianapolis Committee of Public

Safety in strike of 1877, 388-93,

398. 401
Indianapolis, First National Bank of,

569-70
Indianapolis Herald, 467
Indianapolis Journal, 458-9, 475, 569,

570, 596. 599. 600. 6o(), 611, 612
Indianapolis Light Infantry, 390
Indianapolis Literary Club, 349
Indianapolis, meeting of the Society of

the Army of the Tennessee at, 465-8,

469
Indianapolis News, 459. 472, 604, 608.

609. 610, 658, 685
Indianapolis, Peru & Chicago Railroad,

383
Indianapolis, Second Presbyterian

Church, 491
Indianapolis Senlinel, 429, 475, 483,

604, 6ii, 612, 613-4
Indianapolis, soldiers' reunion in. 1875,

454-5
Indianapolis, strike of 1877 at, 382-98,

404-7; trial of strikers before Judge

Drummond, 402-8
Indianapolis, troops in, 141, 142



858



INDEX



Indianapolis, "Whiskey Ring" trials

at, 443-5
Infanta, see Eulalie
"Inflation Bill,'" the, 425
Ingersoll, Col. Robert G., 374, 468-9,

560, 571-2, 588, 591, 593, 594, 595, 663
Ingham, Emery P., 652, 653
Internal Revenue frauds in Grant's

administration, 437-51
Interstate Commerce Act regarding

common carriers, 412, 415, 416
Interstate Commerce Commission, first,

559

Interstate Commerce Law, 1887, 550, ,<56o

Iowa Brigade, the, 297, 308

Iowa volunteer regiments. Civil War:

3d Infantry, 273

15th Infantry, 308

1 6th Infantry, 298
Irwin, Col. William J., 231, 232

Jackson, A. A., 535, 536, 543
Jackson, Andrew, 46, 52, 499, 500, 559
Jackson, Col. Huntington W., 791
Jackson County, Ind., 82, 473, 477, 481,

482
Jackson, Judge Howell E., 507, 508,

622, 629, 630, 649, 650
Janney patent, the, 527
Japanese spies, case of the, 815-6
" Jayhawkers," Confederate, 280-1
Jefferson Barracks, Mo., 104
Jefferson, Thomas, 21, 38, 39, 106, 107,

124, 247
Jeffersonville & Indianapolis Railroad,

172
Jeffersonville, Madison & Indianapolis

Railroad, 137
Jenkins, Capt. John F. (C.S. A.), 257, 278
Jenkins, Dr. J. C, 257
Jenkins, Judge, 627
Jennings, Jonathan, 22, 42
Jennings County, Ind., election fraud

cases, 472-83, 599
Johnson, — , 481
Johnson, Andrew, 148, 323, 324, 326,

329. 330, 331. 333
Johnson, C. B., 82
Johnson, Colonel, 273
Johnson, Gen. Albert Sidney, 195
Johnson, Gen. William, 23
Johnson, Hurschell B., 113, 120
Johnson, J. Augustus, 376
Johnson, John G., 652
Johnson, Lieutenant (C. S. A.), 279
Johnson, " Mammy," 4, 5, 6, 100
Johnson, Mayor Samuel, 476
Johnson, Reverdy, 49, 106, 288



Johnson, Winnie, see Johnson, "Mam-
my"

Johnston, Gen. Joseph E., 220, 221,
226, 269, 322, 324

Jones, Andrew, 179

Jones, B. W., 541

Jones, Benjamin F., 567, 584

Jones, Col. William, 171, 210, 270, 293,

295
Jones, Dr. Mitchell, Jr., 79
Jones, Dr. Mitchell, Sr., 72, 79, 80, 83
Jones, J. Russell, 139, 140, 321-2, 344-5.

418
Jones, John, of Pennsylvania, 160
Jones, Mrs. Julia, 90
Jones, Senator (of Ark.), 708, 709, 814,

815
Jones, Senator (of Nevada), 436
Jordan, Col. Louis, 231, 233, 234, 236
Jordan, David, 229
Jordan, Mollie, 229-30
Judson, Captain, 141
Judson, Henry W., 583
Julian, George W., 49
Jusserand, M., 696
Jusserand, Madame, 696

Kansas, territorial organization, 56;
first election in, 64; admission of vital
factor in campaign of 1858, 75-7; 94;
in campaign of i860, 116; election of
1889, 627

Kansas-Nebraska bill, 56-71, 74, 75,
124, 136

Kealing, Joseph B., 570, 588

Keen, Samuel, 26, 29, 83

Kellar, Capt. W. H., 449-50

Kenesaw Mountain, Ga., 296-9

Kent, Chancellor, 30, 332

Kent, Colonel, 266, 323

Kentucky, kindly treatment of slaves
in, 5; birthplace of father of Walter
Q. Gresham, 8; American ("Know-
Nothing") party successful in, in
campaign of 1855, 61; status of slave
taken from free territory, 100; Court
of Appeals decision in Rankin vs.
Lydia, loi; Court of Appeals decision
in Megs case, 103; reasons for staying
in the Union, 114, 115, 121-8, 139;
Henry Clay quoted concerning, 123;
legislature adjourns sine die, Jan. 17,
1 86 1, 147; provides that its successor
meet Sept. i, i86r; Union members
maneuver for the state against the
Secessionists, 147; "neutrality" of,
147; 149; State election, Aug. 4, 1861,
149; 152; 153-154; 155; calls for



INDEX



859



Kentucky — Continued

troops for Confederacy, 156; fifteen

regiments organized thirty days after

call, 156; attitude in 1861, 160; slav-
ery not abolished in at close of Civil

War, 318, 327; votes to reject 13th

Amendment, 318; election of 1878,

472-3
Kentucky and Indiana, close relations

of. 820
Kentucky Home Guards, 147
Kentucky Legion, the, 84
Kentucky, men furnished by, to Union

army, 122, 127
Kentucky Military Institute, 150
Kentucky State Guard, 154
Kentucky troops, C. S. A.:

2d Infantry, 154

4th Infantry, 154

5th Infantry, 154
Kentucky, U. S. forces in, during Civil

War, 156, 165
Kentucky volunteer regiments, U. S. :

2d Cavalry, 153

5th Infantry, 153

loth Infantry, 317-8
Kern, John W., 792
Kerr, Michael C, 18, 317, 333, 334,

335. 336, 337. 338, 339. 343, 344- 345.

350, 420, 424-29, 432-3. 686
Ketchum, William A., 376
Kilby, Judge, 349
King, John, 631

King's mounted artillery (C. S. A.), 279
Kintner, Peter, 5
Kleiner, Mayor (of Evansville, Ind.),

395-6
Kneeland case, the, 625
Kneeland vs. Grant Locomotive Works,

622
Kneeland vs. Loan & Trust Co., 624
Knight Company, E. C. (Sugar Trust

Case), 651, 652
Knights of Labor, 663
Knights of the Golden Circle, 12, 18,

333- 336, 337. 338. 342
"Know- Nothing" party, in Kentucky

campaign of 1855, 61; 65, 66, 67; in

election of 1856, 71
" Know- Nothing" riots of 1855, 60-2
Knowles, John, 37
Koontz, George W., 260
Kumler, A. L., 580
Kurino, S. (Japanese Minister), 699,

788-9, 816

Labor party in elections of 1884 and
1886, 561



Lacombe, Judge, 649

Laconia Road, 230, 233

Lacy, Representative (of Mich.), 769

Lady Pike, Stmr., 231

Lafayette, Muncie & Bloomington

Railroad, 375, 379, 388
La Follette, Robert M., 539
La Grange, Tenn., 192, 193
La Hue, Capt. George, 233
Laird Bros., 267
Lake Shore & Michigan Southern

Railroad, 524
Lakewood, N. J., 684. 717, 744. 809
Lamar, Justice, 650
Lamb, Francis J., 541
Lamb, John E., 670, 672, 710, 757, 792
Lament, Daniel S., 418, 419, 505, 681,

684, 688, 689, 691, 692, 792, 793
Landis, Judge Kenesaw M., 580, 699,

752, 760, 780-1
Lane, Henry S., no, 120. 130, 136, 316,

339

Lanesville, Ind., 15, 65

Lanier, J. F. D., 137

Lansing, Robert. 725, 733

Lanstrance, Mrs., 272

Lauman, Col. George V., 800

Lauman, General, 225

"Laurel Hill," Natchez. 245, 276

Law, Joseph, 113

Lawther vs. Hamilton (Lawther case),

512-4
Learned, Mrs. R. F., 250
Learned, R. F., 250
Leavenworth, Ind., 70, 84, 231
Lebanon Junction, Ky., movement of

troops to, 156
Lecompton Constitution, the, 75-7,

333
Lee, Gen. Robert E., 210, 223, 267, 322,

324
Leeds, William R., 660
Legal Tender Act of 1878, 435
Legal tender decisions, 1870, 423-4, 435
Leggett, General, 307, 308, 309
Leiter, L. Z., 701
Leman, Henry W., 587
Lengsfield, J., 249

Liberdade. Brazilian man of war, 780
Liberty Hall, Philadelphia, 660
Liberty, Stmr., 117

Liliuokalani, Queen, 692, 739 el seq., 810
Lincoln, Abraham, 54, 57, 58, 92, 95-
100, 108, 109-11, 118-20; 126-8, 133,
136; 138-40. 147. 148. 153. 169. 170.
182, 201, 202, 207, 247, 255, 258, 259,
265, 267. 287. 317. 318. 319. 320, 321,
324. 330, 347. 350. 351. 463. 565-6,



86o



INDEX



Lincoln, Abraham — Continued

576, Appendix B, 823-5, Appendix

C, 826-30
Lincoln- Douglas debates, 92-100, 126,

147, 464
Lincoln Park, Chicago, 655
Lincoln, Robert T., 413
Lindsay, Sergeant George W. (C. S. A.),

276, 277, 279, 280-1
Linseed Oil Company, 512
"Linwood," Natchez, 276
"Lizzie," daughter of Dred Scott, 104,

105
Locke, John, 37
Lodge, Henry Cabot, 706, 721, 756,

771, 796, 808
Logan, Col. George W. (C. S. A.). 270
Logan, Col. John, 311
Logan, Gen. John A., 122, 184, 299,

311, 327, 463, 468, 487, SOI, 743
Logansport, Crawfordsville & South-
western Railroad, 379, 392, 398, 403
Long, Captain, 179, 189, 192, 194
"Longwood," Natchez, Miss., 246-7
Loomis, Col. John M., 210
Lopp"s Mill, Corydon, Ind., 233
Lorimer, William, 588
Loring, General (C. S. A.), 246
"Lost Cause," Jefferson Davis, 115
Louise, Marie, case of vs. Moret, loo-i
Louisiana, Supreme Court of, decision
aiding the slave, 24-5; status of slave
taken from to free territory, 100;
status of slave taken to Massachu-
setts, 102; legislature follows decision
in Megs case, 103; delegates of, leave
convention, i860, 113; reconstruction
of, 1864, 320
Louisiana Lottery Company, mails
denied to, 491-2; suppressed, 493;
suit against Postmaster-General
Gresham, 493, 504
Louisiana Purchase, all inade slave
territory by treaty with Napoleon, 52
Louisiana Supreme Court, 100
Louisiana Territory, status of slave in,

103
Louisville, cholera in, 1855, 60-1;
"Know-Nothing" riots in, 1855, 60-
2 ; secessionist sympathies of, 11 1 ;
support of Guthrie, i860, iii; trans-
fer point for U. S. troops, 313
Louisville Courier, 74, iii, 154, 155,

338, 343. 428
Louisville Courier-Journal, 667
Louisville Democrat, 68, 73, 74, 115
Louisville Journal, 61, 62, 71, 73, 74,
96, 115, 118, 127, 128, 154, 338. 343



"Louisville Legion," the, 152; 156
Louisville Loan & Trust Co. vs. L., N.

A. & C. Ry., 624
Louisville, New Albany & Chicago

Railroad (Monon), 367-71
Love, Gen. John, 390-1
Lovejoy, — , 403
Lovejoy, Owen, 148
Lownes, Mr., of the Benton, 273
Loyal Legion, Illinois commandery, 791
Lumpkins Mills, Miss., 199
Lyle, Doctor, 278-9
Lynch, John R., 589
Lynch, Thomas, 620, 642, 647, 648
Lynn, Captain, 231

Macaulev, Gen. Daniel, 391, 398
Macaulay, Lord, 330
MacDonald, Ezekiel, 350
MacDonald, Joseph E., 75, 77, 317,

340, 350, 3QO-3. 406, 408, 426, 432,

466, 489, 551, 706
Macfeely, General, 468
Mackin case, the, 484, 486-8
Mackin, Joseph C. ("Chesterfield"),

486-8
Macy, David, 138
Madison Branch of Indiana State Bank,

137
Madison, James, 23, 107
Magoffin, Governor, 121, 127, 153,

154

Mahone, Gen. William, 491, 585

Malatesto, Count, 799

Malietoa. King of Samoa, 772-3, 798

Malloy, Colonel, 294

Malott, Volney T., 383, 405, 580, 628-
31,638,678,703-5,713

Mamer, Christopher ("Chris"), 641

"Man Stealing, Act to Prevent."
passed by Indiana, 1816, 41

Mandgua, treaty of, 781-2

Maney, General (C. S. A.), 309

Mann, R. P., 306, 312

Manning, Charles, 404

Mansfield, Lord, 35-9, loi, 774, 809

Manson, Gen. Mahlon D., 317, 823

Marbury j'5. Madison, 106

Marietta, Ga., 297, 299

Marine brigade of (Gresham's com-
mand at Natchez), 274, 275

Markham, " Mike" (of Cowley Coun-
ty, Kas.) 626

Marlow, John, affidavit in the Sommer-
set case ("the Negro Case"), 37

Marsh, Col. William C, 29, 30, 84,

85

Marsh, Lieutenant, 298



INDEX



86i



Marshall, John, 30, 106, 107, 353

Marshall, Levin R., 245, 27O

Marshall, Mary, 246

Marshall, Mrs., 273

Marshall, Mrs. Levin R., 245

Marshall vs. B. & O. R. R. Co., 537

Martin, "Aunt Betsy" (aunt of Walter
Q. Gresham), 46

Martin, Colonel, 296

Martin, Col. Roger, 171

Martin, Daniel L, 660, 662

Martin, Enoch (uncle of Walter Q.
Gresham), 46

Martin. Major, 178, 179

Martindale, Judge E. B., 475

Martinsburg, W. Va., strike of 1877
opened at, 380-1

Maryland, a Border State, 121

Maryland, slavery not abolished in at
close of Civil War, 327

Mason, — (Commissioner Int. Rev.),
643

Mason, William E., 760, 809-10

Massachusetts, abolishes slavery, 1780,
39; adopts "Personal Liberty" law,
1843, 44; held by Wendell Phillips
out of the Union after Compromise
of 1850, 53; Fugitive Slave Law of
1850 enforced by Webster, 53; fugi-
tive slaves advised by Wendell
Phillips to avoid state, 53; protest by
Virginia against action of, 124

Massachusetts Supreme Court, 100;
decision in the Megs case, 1837,
102

Mataafa, Chief (of Marshall Islands),
772

Mathes, John. 65

Alathews, L. G., 429

Matsu, M., 789

Matthews, Gov. Claude (of Ind.), 710

Matthews, Governor (of W. Va.), 381

Matthews, Judge Stanley, 619, 621

Mauckport, Ind., 79

Mauckport Road, the, link in the
"Underground Railroad," 32, 3S<
figures in Morgan's Raid, 229, 232-4

Maxwell, Lawrence, 652

May, James G., conducts school at-
tended by Walter Q. Gresham, 26

McArthur, General, 302,. 791

McCall, Samuel W., 589

McCarthy, John T., 608

McCarty, Tom, 346

McClellan, Gen. George B.. 188. 317.
318, 824

McClernand, General, 198

McClurg, Gen. A. C, 791



McCoit, John, 342

McC.'omb, Stmr., 231, 232

McCook, General, 160

McCook, J. J., 551

McCoy, Capt. James C, 184

McCreary, James B., 736, 769, 770

McCulloch, Hugh, 422, 490

McCulloch, Mrs. Hugh, 422

McCutcheon, John T., 811

McDonald, David, 350

McDonald, Representative (of 111.),
769

McDonald, Senator, 612, 614

McDonald, T. R., 580

McDougall, Senator, 288

McDowell, steamboat, 173, 174

McElroy, Mrs. (sister of President
Arthur), 495

McGovern, Thomas, 476-7, 479, 482

McGrain, Catherine Bacon (grand-
mother of Matilda Gresham), i

McGrain, Eliza (aunt of Matilda Gres-
ham), 2

McGrain, James (uncle of Matilda
Gresham), i

McGrain, Jane Anna (sister of Matilda
Gresham), 236

McGrain, "Lyde" (sister of Matilda
Greshain), 2, 67, 236

McGrain, Maj. Thomas, Jr. (brother
of Matilda Gresham), 3, 150, 164;
adjutant and major 53d Indiana, 171;
178, 179, 188; opposes emancipation
as a war measure, 203-5; commands
company Home Guards in Morgan's
Raid on Corydon, 233, 234, 235

McGrain, Marie (aunt of Matilda
Gresham), 2

McGrain, Matilda, see Gresham, Ma-
tilda

McGrain, Thomas (father of Matilda
Gresham), i, 2, 3, 5, 6; opposes
"Know- Nothing" party, 1855, 61;
strong attitude on secession, 74,111;
discussions with Walter 0- Gresham,
74-5, ii6; mentioned, 97, 151;
opposed to Abolitionist sentiments,
66-7; did not believe North would
fight, 147; favors South, 150; 155;
changed by Morgan's raid, 268;
member Knights of the Golden Cir-
cle, 338

McGrain, Thomas, (grandfather of
Matilda Gresham), i, 2

McGrain, Zetta (sister of Matilda
Gresham), 239

McHenry, Colonel, of Owensboro, 161

Mclntire, Henry, 404



862



INDEX



McKeen, W. R., 399, 400, 403-4
McKinley Bill, the, 632, 633, 637-9,

651, 666, 671, 676, 714
McKinley, tariff, 587, 665
AIcKinley, William, 582. 586, 587, 596,

598, 632, 638, 648, 660, 661. 662-3
McLain, John S., 583
McLain, Justice, 368, 370, 371
McMahon, William H., 62-3
McManus, — , 580
McMurran, Judge, 45, 248, 282
McMurran, Judge, family of, 282
McMurran, Mrs. Judge, 248
McNulta, Gen. John, 409, 412-3, 559,

647, 791, 802
McPherson, Gen. James B., 49; 183,
192, 194, 207, 253, 259, 271, 273, 274,
278, 279, 284, 286, 294, 296, 297,
299. 301, 308, 310, 463
McPherson, Dr. Simon J., 700
Meade County, Ky., 79, 80, 81, 83, 84,

85, 88, 90, 122
Meade County (Kv.) Circuit Court, 88,

89
Meade County (Ky.) Rangers, 84
Mecklenburg declaration of Independ-
ence. 39
Medicine Lodge, Kas., home of "Jerry"

Simpson, 627
Medill, Joseph, no; supports Cleve-
land's tarifT message, 1887, 565-6;
characterized, 565; works for nomi-
nation Gresham, 1888, 572, 573,
574. 575. 576. 579. 580, 581. 586,
588, 595, 598, 599, 610, 619, 633,
640, 657-8, 661, 668; letter to, from
Gresham, on political attitude, 1892,
675-6; 706, 716, 811, 812, 813, 815
Medill, Mrs. Joseph, 566
Megs case, the, 102, 103
Mello, Admiral de, 778
"Melrose," Natchez, 248
Memphis, evacuated 1862, 191
Mendonga, M., 697, 777, 781
Mendosa, Mr., 790
Mercer, Doctor, 276
Merchants' Loan and Trust Co. of

Chicago, 678
Meridian expedition, the, 162, 283-5
Merrill, A. 8., 248, 276
Merriwether, Major, 163
Michener, L. T., 594-5, 605
Michigan Central Railroad, 524
"Midland" case, the, 507-8, 509-10
Milchrist, Thomas E., 641, 643, 646
Miles, Capt. W. D.. 405
Miles, Gen. Nelson A., 418, 419,
638



Miller, Judge, 290

Miller, Judge A. J., 626

Miller, Justice, 423-4, 484

Miller, Mark, 404

Miller, Senator (of Ind.), 144

Miller, Warren, 601

Miller, WilHam H. H.. 473, 475-6, 484,
486, 611, 612, 615, 639, 648

Mills bill, the, 586, 667

Mills. D. O., 720, 729

Mills, Roger Q., 760, 765, 770, 771-4

Minneapolis Journal, 583

Minnesota volunteer regiments. Civil
War:

1st Battery, 294
2d Infantry, 160

Minor, Miss Kate, 245

Minor, Mrs. 245

Mississippi, Army of the, 186

Mississippi, prohibits importation of
slaves, 1833, 7; status of slave taken
from to free territory, 100; courts
reverse status, 103; delegates of,
leave convention, 1860, 113; first
territorial governor of, 247; recon-
struction begun in, 1863, 258; con-
ditions in at close of Civil War, 323-4;
legislature convened by Governor
Clark June 8, 1865, 323; dissolved by
President Johnson, 324; reconvened,
Oct., 1865, 327; convention of Aug.,
1865, 326-7; slavery in not abolished
at close of Civil War, 326-7; passes
"Black Code," 1865, 327; ratifies
13th Amendment, 327
Missouri Compromise, 45 ; treaty made
slave territory of all of Louisiana Pur-
chase, 52; 56; claimed violated by
Kansas- Nebraska bill, 60; 64, 104;
declared unconstitutional, 107; 132
Missouri Pacific Railroad, 556, 558
Missouri, pro-slavery movement in, 24;
migration of slaveholders to, encour-
aged by Illinois "Black Laws," 25
Missouri, Supreme Court of, 104, 105
Missouri volunteer regiments, Civil
War:

8th Infantry, 463
30th Infantry, 273
Mitchell, Alexander, 533, 535
Mitchelly, Madam, 257
Mobile & Ohio Railroad, 197
Monarch Distillery, Peoria, Illinois,

644
Money, De Sota, 769, 770
Money, "hard" and "soft," 420-1
"Monmouth," Natchez, 248
" Monon Line" receiverships, 367-71



INDEX



863



Monroe Doctrine, the, 777, 778, 780,

783-5. 795. 797

Montesquieu, 37, 38, 39

Montgomery Guards, 390

Montpensier, Due de, 778

Moody, G. O., 133, 144

Moore, John Bassett, 735, 759, 785. 795

Moore, John F., 342

Moore, Governor (of La.). 269

Moorehead, Governor, elected on
"Know- Nothing" ticket in Ken-
tucky', 1855, 61

Moreman, Alanson, 84, 88

Morey, William A., 492

Morgan & Co., J. P., 712

Morgan, Col. William H., 214, 833

Morgan, Gen. John, 229-38

Morgan, J. Pierpont, 630-1, 704-5,
712

Morgan, John T., 684, 687, 706, 714,
718, 726, 729, 730, 731, 733-5. 737.
739. 741. 759. 765. 770, 775. 814

Morgan, Margaret, ftigitive slave, 43

Morgan raiders, the, 48, 229-38

Morgan's raid, 225, 227, 229-38;
266-7

Morrill, Justin S., 490

Morris, Nelson, 645, 647, 648, 677

Morris, T. A., 390

Morrison bill, the, 667

Morrison, Col. W. R., 499

Morrison, William H., 686

Morrow, General, 397

Morse, Samuel E., 685, 769

Morton, J. Sterling, 707

Morton, Levi P., 601, 603

Morton, Oliver P., first meeting with
Walter Q. Gresham, 69; turns from
Democratic party to Republicans,
1856, 69-70; campaign for governor
of Indiana, 70, no, 120; as Governor,
130, 133, 142-4; break with Gresham,
136, 138; filled Indiana's quota, 140;
149; 150-1; meeting with Mrs. Gres-
ham, 168; second to none since Web-
ster, 169; 173; quarrel with Gresham
renewed, 212-215; 238, 288,316,331,
333' 336-7. 338; elected to U. S.
Senate, 339; 340, 345, 349, 350, 425,
426, 430; candidacy for Governor of
Indiana in 1876, 454-5; opposes Har-
rison's nomination, 456; 457, 460, 805;
correspondence in connection with
efforts to dismiss Colonel Gresham
from army, Appendi.x C, 826-35

Morton, Mrs. Oliver P., 168

Morton, OHver T., 675. 676

Morton, Paul, 411



Mosquito Indians, Nicaragua, 781-2
"Mugwumps," the, 568; opposition to

Blaine, 572; support of Gresham, 579
Mumfordsville, court-martial at, 166
Munday, John W., 512-4
Mungen, Colonel, 184
Murphy, — , 411
Murphy, Daniel, 404
Murphy, Senator (of N. Y.), 687. 815.

816

"Nancy Hanks" (trotting mare), 670

"Narrow Guage" case, 508-10, 560,
621-4

"Narrow Guage Company," 623

"Narrow Guage" railroad system, 507,
622, 623

" Narrow Guage" receivership, 507, 623

Nashville convention of 1850, 45, 49

Natchez, District of, 241

Natchez, under command of General
Gresham, 1863, 239-64; threatened
by General Wirt Adams, 269, 274; ex-
peditions in defense of, 270-1, 274-81

National election of 1876, 454-61, 743;
of 1884, 561; of 1892, 674-5

National Hotel, Washington, 347

National Linseed Oil Company, 513

Navigation laws. Colonial, 39

Neal, Lawrence J., 665, 666-7

Nebraska, territorial organization, 56,
136

Negley, -General, 164

"Negro Case," see Sommerset case

Negroes, legislation in Indiana pro-
tecting rights of, 23; indentured, in-
troduction of prohibited in Indiana,
23; free, increase of in Indiana, 1810
to 1820, 24; decrease of as embraced
in ordinance for organization of the
Northwest Territory, 35-6; kid-
napped from Pennsylvania, case
referred to President Washington, 40;
free, Indiana imposes penalties for
stealing, 18 16, 41; stealing, indict-
inents for, in Indiana, 1818, 42; rights
of, 51; as soldiers, 202; "contra-
band," 256-7, 285-6; army men
opposed to ballot for, 287; enlist-
ment of in the army, 256; loyal to
Southern masters, 291-2; suffrage,
316, 318-40; rights defined by 14th
Amendment, 328; amendment to
Constitution, 346, 434; Harrison
"Force Bill," 637-8

Nelson, Judge, 649

Nelson, Jusiice, 423-4

Nelson, Lieutenant, 153



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Nesbit, E. R., 404

Nevada, territory organized under
Kansas- Nebraska bill, 1861, 58



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