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Oakleaf, J. B.

IX
Oak Park, Ill.

X
O'Brien, (Miss) Bessie.
O'Brien, W. W.

.13, 78

85
Ordinance of 1787.
O'Fallen, (Col.) John, of St. Louis, Mo.

.21, 22, 79, 80, 85, 96

41
Ogden, (General) Aaron-foot noté.

28
Ogle County, Ill..

.. ,

.96, 107, 108, 109, 110, 111, 112, 113, 114
Ogle County, Ill.-Boss, Henry R., History of Ogle County, published, 1859.

113
Ogle County, Ill.-criminal history of, paper by Franc Bacon.

108
Ogle County, Ill.-established Jan. 16, 1836.

109
Ogle County—“Governor Ford in Ogle County”, by Mrs. Rebecca H. Kauffman.

107-114
Ogle County, Ill.-Kett, H. F. & Co., History of Oğle County, published Chicago, 1878.

107
Ogle County, Ill.-named by Governor Ford.

109
Ogle County, Ill.-old settler's reunion...

114
Ogle County, Ill.-Portrait and Biographical Album of, published by Chapman Bros., 1886.

107
Ogle County, Ill.—trial of the killing of the prairie outlaws, the Driscolls, in.

110
Ogle, (Capt.) Joseph-Ogle county, Illinois named for.

109
Oglesby, Richard J.
Oglesby, Richard J.-Illinois Major General, War of the Rebellion.

.96, 97, 103

103
Ohio & Mississippi R. R...
Ohio River
Ohio River-border counties of Illinois on..

.29, 44, 79,93 95

94
Ohio River (La Belle riviere).

95
Ohio State.

22 26, 27, 36, 38, 48, 50, 51, 58, 119
Foot note.

38
Ohio State-Archaeological & Historical Society.

17
Ohio State-constitution not printed with general laws.

56
Ohio Historical and Philosophical Society.
mention foot notes.

26-32,38
Ohio Historical and Philosophical Society Quarterly, Torrence Collection, foot notes.
Ohio Valley...

.26,32-38

26-27
Oklahoma State-constitution, amendments to..

60
Oklahoma-state constitution, reference to..

58
“Old Westmoreland,” Pa..

15
Omelveny, H. S. K.
One Hundred and Fourth Illinois Infantry, War of the Rebellion.

.88, 89

65
One Hundred and Twentieth Illinois, War of the Rebellion.

97
Optukkee (or Commodore)-Kickapoo Indian.

120-121
Optukkee and his family-Kickapoo Indians, portraits of.

121
Oquawka, Ill.

X
Oregon, ill.
Oregon, Ill.-Woman's Council of.

.107, 108, 109, 110, 114

108
Oregon-state constitution, how printed.

56
Orendorff, (Mrs.).

118
Orendorff, Thomas.

116
Orendorff, William.

116
Osborn, (General) Thomas 0.

83
Osborne, Georgia L.

XII
Osborne, Georgia L.-report Genealogical Committee Illinois State Historical Society

14-16
Ottawa, ill.

X, XI

P

Paden, (Hon.) Joseph E
Paden, (Mrs.) Joseph E.

.3-4, 20

4
Page, Edward C
Painesville, Ohio.

.VII, 6, 7
Palmer, John M.--Illinois Major-General, War of the Rebellion

.50, 51
Paltsits, Victor Hugo..

.65, 96, 103

15
Papesheena-Kickapoo Indian.

120
Park House, Albion, Ill.
Patriotism of Northern Illinois,Address by General Smith D. Atkins, at memorial meeting,

44, 49
Illinois State Historical Society, April 14, 1911.

78-83
atten, H. J.

4
Pawnee, Ill.

IX
Pearson, J. M.
Peck, John M.-Gazetteer of Illinois, published Philadelphia, 1837.

112
Pennsylvania, State.
Pennsylvania State—“Keystone State”,

.14, 15, 25, 27, 48, 96, 108
Peoria county, Ill.

25, 108

85
Peoria, ill..

IX,XI,4,21,84, 111
Perrin, J. Nick.

XI
Personal Narrative of Travels in Virginia, Maryland, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Indiana, Kentucky and

of a Residence in the Illinois Territory in 1817-1818, by Elias Pym Fordham, published by the
Arthur H. Clark Co., Cleveland, Ohio, 1906..

45
Peru, Illinois.

112

9

Index-Continued.

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Phelps, Benjamin
T.

109
Phelps, H. Ľ

13
Phelps, John

109-110
Phelps, John-court of Ogle county held in home of.

109-110
Philadelphia, Pa.

14, 112
Phillips Bros., printers, Springfield.

13
Phillips, (Judge) Joseph.

30, 38
Phillips, Joseph-candidate for Governor of Illinois on a pro-slavery ticket.

29
Phillips, Wendell.

92
Philo, iu...

XI
Piankashaw Indians.

50
Piankashawtown-four miles northwest of the present city of Albion, Illinois.

50
Pierce Mr.

47
Pike County, Il..

17, 85
Pike, (General) Z. M-foot note

28
Pittsburg, Pa...

44 52
Plymouth, Mass

43
Poem, by William H. Collins.

.69 72-73
Polk, William.

81
Polo, Ill..

.VII, XI, 114
“Polo (Illinois) Advertiser” newspaper

113
Polygamy fight on in Illinois..

92
Pope County, Ill.

.94,98
Pope County, nl.-number of soldiers furnished in War of Rebellion.

98
Pope County, ill.- vote of for president in 1860.

98
Pope, (Major-General) John..

21, 103
Pope, Nathaniel.

79, 82, 96
Pope, (Judge) Nathaniel-his work in extending the northern boundaries of Illinois.

..21,79
Potter, Kans...

119
Pottowatomie Indians.

.117, 118
Pottowatomie Indians Ceremonial dance..

117, 118
Prairies of Illinois.
Prairies of the Illinois Country.

.22, 24, 43, 48, 53, 54, 89

.53,51
Prairie wind-mill for grinding grain, the first erected north of the Ohio in the Illinois..
Prentice, Benjamin Mayberry, Illinois Major General.

103
Presbyterian Mission or Horton Heights, Horton, an.

119
Presbyterian Mission on Horton Heights, Horton, Kan.

119
Primary elections, etc.-amendments to State Constitutions, reference to.

58
Princeton, Ill.

9
Princeton, Ind.

45
Proclamations-Emancipation Proclamation.

.85, 87, 88
Proclamation of President Andrew Jackson in 1832 in regard to secession of South Carolina..

79
Proclamation-of Governor Richard Yates, April 18, 1861, calling for six regiments read at court
_Jhouse, Freeport, Il..

81
'Prophetstown, Ill.

X
Pro-Slavery-leaders in Illinois.

96
Province of New York...

15
Prussia..

47
Pulaski County, Ill.

94
Pulaski County, Ill.-number of soldiers furnished in War of Rebellion.

93
Pulaski County, Ill.-vote of for president in 1860.

98
Putnam (Col.) Holden.

83

45

EQ
Quakers of Pennsylvania...
Quequeta Creek, (Grasshopper Creek) Atchison County, Kan.-foot note..
Quincy, Ill..
Quincy, Ill. Board of Education.
Quincy, Ill.-Historical Society.
Quincy, Ill.-public schools.

48

119
X, XI, 7, 65, 66, 67, 73, 76,96

66

66
-66,73

R

Rahway, N.J..
Railroads—“Big Four" R. R.
Railroads--Ohio and Mississippi R. R.
Railroads--Rock Island R. R.
Raleigh, N. C....
Rammel kamp, Charles H.
Ramsay, David.
Randolph, Sir John.
Rapp, John M...
Rawlins, (General) John Aaron...
Rawlins, Major General) John Aaron-Illinois Major General, War of the Rebellion.
“Reaction of Law upon Theology”, by William H. Collins..
Reardon, (Col.) James S..

48
117
93
62

15
VII, IX, XII, 7

15
15
XI
82
10
66
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"Recall Measure"-amendment to State Constitutions, reference to.

58
Reed, Charles,

109
"Regulators” (i. e. the whippers of Kanakuk's church).

119
Remsburg, George J...

119
Republican Party.

.63, 65, 80, 82, 97,99
Republican Party—“Lincoln and the Beginning of the Republican Party in Illinois,” by Oliver P.
Wharton.

62-64
Republican State Convention of 1856, Bloomington, Ill.

63
Republican State Convention at Springfield, Ill., 1858.

63
Resolutions-Illinois State Legislature Federal Relations, committee on, report of and resolutions 86–89
Revision and Amendment of State Constitution (The), by Walter Fairleigh Dodd-reference to.. 57
Revolutionary War.

95
Reynolds, John....

96
Foot note.

31
Reynolds, John-History of Illinois and My Own Times, reference to.

112
Reynolds, John-quoted on Thomas Ford.

112-113
Reynolds, Thomas.

42,96
Rhine River.

47
Rhode Island-state of..

15-16
Rhodes, Ebenezer..

117
Rhodes family, Sangamon and McLean County, Ill.

116-117
Rhodes, Jeremiah.

116
Rhodes, John H. S.

117
Foot note.

115
Rhodes, William J..

117
Rhodes, William J., Vice-President of the McLean County Historical Society

115-116
Richmond, John.

X
Richmond, Va..

15-16
Rinaker, (General) John

XI
Ringgold, battle of.

65
Rivet Wheat.

49-50
Robinson, John M.

40
Rockford, Ill.

XII
Rock Island, Ni.
Rock Island, Ill.-advertiser (newspaper).

62
Rock Island Bridge over the Nississippi River built in 1855..

62
Rock River.

.X, 110–111
“Rock River Register" (newspaper)-published in Mt. Morris, Ill., 1842.

113
Rock River Seminary.

111
Rock River Valley..

109
Rockvale Township, Ogle Co., Ill.
Rodgers, (General) George C.

83
Rodgers, (Senator) James M. of Clinton Co., Ill.-senate 22d gen. assn., 1860-62.

89
Rogers, (Senator) James M. (should be Rodgers).

89
Romney, England..

46
Konalds (Mrs.).

50
Roosevelt, Théodore.

48
Roosevelt, Theodore-tribute to pioneers, extract from speech of at Minnesota State Fair, Sept.2,
1901..

107
Royston, England.

.47, 48, 49, 50, 52
Rushville, II.

Ý, XIT
Russel, Andrew

VII, X, 4

-63, 79

111

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Saffell, W. T. R
St. Clair County, Ill.
St. Helena-Island of.

Fooi note..
St. Johnsbury, Vt..
St. Joseph River.
St. Louis, Mo..
St. Louis, Mo.-Merchants Association..
Salem, III.
Saline County, Ill.
Saline County, ill.-number of soldiers furnished in War of Rebellion
Saline County, Ill.-vote of in 1860 for president..
Sanderson, William..
Sandham, William A.
Sandon, England.
Sandwich, England.
Sangamon County, Ill.
Sangamon River.
San Juan Hill, Cuba.
Sautter, farm near Horton Kansas, Masheena, buried on..
Schenck, P. T.-Letter to Thomas Sloo, Jr., dated Dec. 4, 1811, foot note.
Scherer Family,
Schmidt, Otto L.,
Schofield, (Lieutenant General) John M.

15
.93, 97, 99

111
.111

15

118
XI, 21, 42, 75, 76, 93, 118

62
x
94
98
98
109

9
43

46
.93, 116, 117
.116, 117

48
120
27

16
X, VII, IX, X, XII, 4-6-7

82

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Schofield, John McAllister Illinois-Major-General, War of the Rebellion.

103
Scott Dred
Scott, Dred--decision of the U.S. Supreme Court in case of..

79, 80

62
Scott, Franklin W.-editor Illinois newspapers, 1814-1879.

11
Scott, Mrs. Matthew T.

XI
Selby, Paul.

IX
Selby, Paul-Bateman & Selby's Historical Encyclopedia of Illinois.

107
Selma, Ala....

97
Serre, Charles de La..
Serre Family of the English Settlement in Illinois.

.50, 51, 52, 53

43-54
See La Serre.
Sexton, James A..

83
Seyster, Michael.
Shawakea family of Kickapoo Indian-portrait of in McLean County Historical Society rooms..

108, 110, 111

121
Shạwakea (Minnie Wawawauk)-Kickapoo Indian.

120
Shawneetown, Ill.
Shawneetown, Ill.–United States land office at..

23,

29
"Sheenawee” –Kickapoo squaw portrait of, in the McLean County Historical Society.

121
Shenandoah Valley of Virginia...

16
Sherman, Lawrence Y

VII
Sherman, (General) William Tecumseh.

98
Shields, (General) James, Gov. Ford's manuscript of his History of Illinois left with to be published

by.
Shiloh-Battle of.

111

103
Shope, S. P.

85
Short Ballot--arguments in favor of adoption of.

61
Silver, (Miss) Anna B.

XI
Simmons, Terry..
Simms, W. Gilmore.

15
“Slave Empire,” (The)-paper read at memorial meeting, April 14, by Eugene F. Baldwin.

78
Slavery.
Slavery-African slave trade.

.22, 23, 31, 34, 64, 82, 83, 84, 85, 86, 92, 95, 96

79
Slavery-Illinois, opposition to.

22, 23
Slavery-Illinois State Legislature Federal Relations, committee on, report of and resolutions. 86-89
Slaughter, (Rev.) Philip.

16
Sloo, Albert Gallatin-foot note.

29
Sloo, Howell.

33
Foot note.

29
Sloo, James C.--foot note..

29
Sloo, John-foot note..

29
Sloo, Thomas, Sr.-connected with the U.S.lands offices at Kask askia and Shawneetown.
Sloo, Thomas, Jr.-A Typical Politician of Early Illinois, paper before the Illinois State Historical

28, 29
Society, 1911, by Isaac Joslin Cox.

26-42
Sloo, Thomas, Jr.-candidate for U.S. Senator from Illinois.

35
Sloo, Thomas, Jr.--correspondence with Graham A. Worth, foot note.

28
Sloo, Thomas, Jr.-foot notes.

.26-29
Sloo, Thomas, Jr.—Graham A. Worth to Thomas Sloo, Jr., letter of, dated Aug. 2, 1820, reference

to, foot notes.
Sloo, Thomas, Jr.-Graham A. Worth to Thomas Sloo, Jr., letter, New York City.

30
Sloo, Thomas, Jr.-James Hall, letter to Thomas Sloo, Jr., dated Vandalia, Jan. 15, 1827.

40-41
Sioo, Thomas, Jr.-James Hall, to Thomas Sloo, Jr., letter dated Vandalia, June 3, 1827.

.41-42
Sloo, Thomas, Jr. (Dr.)–J. F. Snyder—“Forgotten'statesman of Illinois”—foot notes..

26-29
Sloo, Thomas, Jr.—John McLean to Thomas Sloo, Jr. letter dated Washington, D.C., Jan. 16,1825. .39-40
Sloo, Thomas, Jr.—John McLean to Thomas Sloo, Jr., letter dated, Washington, D. C., Jan. 22, 1825 40
Sloo, Thomas, Jr.-offered position as Aid-de-Camp to Governor Coles.

31
Sloo, Thomas, Jr.-opposed to slavery..

31
Sloo, Thomas, Jr.-P. T. Schenck to Thomas Sloo, Jr., letter of, dated Dec. 4, 1811, foot note. 27
Sloo, (Mrs.) Thomas, Jr
Sloo, Thomas, III of New Orleans, foot note..

38
Smith & Findlay-pioneer merchants of Cincinnati, Ohio, foot note.

26
Smith, (Mrs.) G. Clinton.

.5, 78
Smith, George W.
Smith, Giles A.-Illinois Major General of volunteers in Civil War.

.VII, IX, XI
Smith, (Rev.) James Robert-life andlabors of William H. Collins.
Smith, (Lieut. Col.) John C.

28, 29

.32,41

103
56

20, 67, 68–71

82
Smith, (Maior General) John E

82
Smith, (Judge) Theophilus W.
Snyder, Adam W.--death of, May 14, 1842, foot note.

.41, 42, 96

108
Snyder, (Dr.) John F.

31
Foot notes.
Snyder, (Dr.) John F.-"Forgotten Statesman of Illinois, Thomas Sloo, Jr.

26
Foot notes.
South America...

.26, 27, 28, 29

84
South Carolina State.
South Carolina.state-attempts secession from Union, 1832.

.14, 15, 103

79
Southern Confederacy.
Southern Illinois in the Civil War-paper read before memorial meeting, April 14, 1911, by Hon.

.81,88
Bluford Wilson..

.79, 93-103

-31, 38

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Spanish Race.

120
Sparks, W. A.J.

85
Spear, Stephen L..

IX
Spence, (Dr.) Herbert de La Serre, grandson of Charles de La Serre.

51
Spence, (Dr.) Herbert de La Serre-letter of, to WalterColyer, dated Painesville, Ohio, May 6, 1906..51-52
Springfield, 111.

.VII, IX, X, XI, XII, 4, 6, 9, 14, 62, 78, 81, 85, 100, 109
Foot note.

108
Springfield, Ill.-Democratic State Convention of Dec. 5, 1841, held at, foot note.

108
Springfield, Ill.-Democratic State Convention of June 1, 1842, held at, foot note.

108
Springfield, Ill. Republican State Convention, 1858, reference to.

63
Springfield, Ill.-Woman's Relief Corps..

5
Squire, H.

50
Standish, J. V.N.
Stanton, Edwin M.

XII, 17

92
Stapp, I. T. B..

41
Starr, (Prof.) Frederick.
Starring, F. A

.XII, 17

83
Starved Rock-purchase of, for a State Park, reference to.

10
State Constitutions-in force since 1776..
State Constitutions—invaluable materials for history

55
States' Rights Plank of the Editorial Convention at Decatur, 1856—reference to.

63
Stennett, (Dr.) W. H...

9
Stephens, Alexander H.-chosen Vice President Southern Conspiracy Feb. 9, 1861, at Montgomery,
Ala..

81
Stephenson County, Ill.

82
Stephenson County-S. D. Atkins, first volunteer, private in Civil War from
Stephenson County-Smith D. Atkins, Captain of Volunteer regiment, raised in..

81
Stephenson, George.
Stevenson, Adlai E.-Constitutional Conventions and constitutions of Illinois-in transactions of

44,48
the Illinois State Historical Society, 1903.

57
Steward, (Col.) David....

83
Stillman Valley, Ill..

9
Stinson, (Prof.) Frederic-"The Law of the Federaland State Constitutions of the United States,"

quoted..
Stockton, Joseph A.

..55, 56, 60

83
Stone, Daniel

109, 112
Streator, Ill..

XII
Stubblefield, Absalom.

115
Sumner, Charles...

92
Sumter, Fort Sumpter..
“Sunday School Times"

.4,81, 85, 100, 101

53
Supreme Court Room, Capitol building
Supreme Court_State of Illinois.

108
Supreme Court-United States..

62
Susquehanna River.

108
Sussex County, Del.

14
Swedish turnip seed.

50
Swift, (General) R. E. K

82
Swingley, (Capt.) N

111
Sycamore, ill.

XII

81

4

T
Talarera-Battle of.

51
Tanner, John R.

96
Tapwatuk-Kickapoo Indian.

121
Tartarian Oats..

50
Taweena, Daughter of Masheena-Kickapoo Indian, foot note.

121
Taylor, (Col.) Ezra..

83
Taylor, (Mrs.) Harriet Rumsey

9
Taylor, James-foot note..

27
Tazewell County, Ill.

93
Tehuantipec Canal-project of the 40's and 50's, reference to, foot note.

29
"Temperance Sermons,” by Dr. Lyman Beecher.

76
Tennessee State...
Tennessee-early settlers of.

.22,38,95

95
Tennyson, Alfred-extract from poem of.

69
Terceira-one of the Azore Islands.

46
Texas State..

38
Therfield, England..

43
Thomas, Jesse B.
Thomas, Jesse B.-United States Senator from Illinois

.30,38,42
Thomas Sloo, Jr.-a typical politician of early Illinois, papers before Illinois State HistoricalSociety,

.36,79
1911, by Isaac J. Cox.

.20, 26-42
Thompson, C.M.

11
Thompson, Jacob C.

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