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INDEX abolitionists, 84–86 “Act Respecting Apprentices,” 81–82 Adams, John, 22 Adams, John Quincy, 33, 67–68 African Americans, 2; Black Code, 1819, and, 72–74; Black Laws of 1853 and, 171; census records on, 142; civil rights of, 7–8, 193–94; constitutional convention of 1847 and, 125–28; erosion of legal bondage, 1837–47, 105–9; in Indiana, 24; kidnapping of, 84–85; pre–Civil War attitudes toward, 142–44; school segregation and, 194; voting rights for, 123. See also indentured servitude in Illinois; slavery Allen, James, 177, 207 amending process, legislative, 131–32 American Bottom, 10, 16, 60, 224n3 Ammons, Godfrey, 143 Anderson, Richard, 62 Annals of Congress, 39 Anthony, Elliott, 202, 208 antislavery movement in Illinois, 63–68, 84–86 apprenticeships, 80–84, 235n43 Arkansas, 158 Articles of Confederation, 14–15, 17 assassination of Lincoln, 7, 182–83 Bailey v. Cromwell, 106–7 Baker, Edward D., 111, 159 banking, 96–97, 124–25, 173 Battle of Bad Axe, 87 Battle of Bull Run, 167 Battle of Cerro Gordo, 112 Battle of Fallen Timbers, 21, 22 Bayne, James G., 208 Beecher, Henry Ward, 156–57 Bell, John, 160 Benjamin, Reuben, 188, 189, 205 Bissell, William, 6, 112, 149–50 Black Code of 1819, 72–74 Black Hawk War, 1832, 86–87, 188, 235n51 Black Laws of 1853, 171, 182 blacks. See African Americans Bond, Benjamin, 126, 127 Bond, Shadrach, 14, 30, 47, 61, 66; indentured servants of, 75; slaves owned by, 76 264 Index Boon v. Juliet, 105–6 boundaries, Illinois, 3–4, 6–7, 39–41, 134–35 bounty hunters, 84–85 Boyle, John, 27, 28 Breckinridge, John, 27, 158, 160 Breese, Sidney, 118–19 Britain, 13–15 Brooks, Austin, 170 Browne, Thomas, 47, 101 Browning, Orville H., 187, 202 Bryan, Silas, 201 Buchanan, James, 6 Buxton, Harvey, 196 Cahokia settlement, 10 Caldwell, Billy, 88 Calhoun, John C., 31 Cameron, Daniel, 194–96 Campbell, Thompson, 122–23, 129–31 capitals, Illinois, 60–61, 69–71 Carlin, Thomas, 134 Caton, John D., 143, 187 census, Illinois, 1818, 45–46 census, U.S., 45, 89, 142, 225–26n34 Chanute, Oscar, 180 chattel slavery, 25 Chicago, 87, 93–94; during the Civil War, 178–81; growth and advantages of, 214; Illinois and Michigan Canal and, 94–95; Nathaniel Pope’s visits to, 136–38; railroad and warehouse regulation and, 203–6 Chicago Fire, 1871, 214 Chicago Journal, 202 Chicago Times, 210, 211–12 Chicago Tribune, 179, 186, 211 children: apprenticeships of, 80–84, 235n43; servitude of, 79–80, 105–6 Choisser v. Hargrave, 78, 105 Cincinnati, Ohio, 179 civil rights of African Americans, 7–8, 193–94 Civil War, U.S., 2, 4, 7, 85, 217; Chicago during , 178–81; Fourteenth and Fifteenth Amendments after, 7, 136, 183–84; Illinois men in, 167, 176; population of slaves on eve of, 16; Union Army in, 166–67 Clark, George Rogers, 9–12, 14, 27 Clark, William, 38 Clay, Henry, 26–27, 62, 145 Cloud, Newton, 114 Coles, Edward, 48, 64–67, 79; retirement of, 68 Compromise of 1820, 5 Compromise of 1850, 145 Connecticut, 15 Constitution, U.S. See United States Cook, Daniel Pope, 32–33, 43, 44–45, 61, 89; as anti-slavery, 48, 66; elected to Congress , 63, 67–68; Illinois and Michigan Canal efforts of, 94; push for statehood, 33–36 Cook, Henry, 82, 106 Cook, Thomas, 106 Cooper Union speech, Lincoln’s, 157 Cornelius, Joseph, 77–78, 80 Cornelius v. Cohen, 77–78, 80 criminal codes, Illinois, 72 Crittenden, John J., 164 Cutback Amendment, 216 Dakota Indians, 89 Dane, Nathan, 17 Daviess, Joseph H., 27, 89, 239n14 Davis, David, 113, 238–39n12, 240n39 Davis, Jefferson, 149 debt tax, 132–33 Declaration of Independence, 9, 22, 126, 154 Delaware, 17 Dement, John, 188, 196–98 Democratic Party, Illinois, 5–7, 110, 223n4; on banks, 124–25; branches of government and, 114–21; constitutional convention , 1862, and, 167–75; convention organized for business, 1847, and, 113–14; distrust of Lincoln, 165–66; Stephen Douglas and, 98–99; elections of 1858 and, 155–56; emergence of the Republican Party and, 148–49; Illinois constitution of 1870 and, 187–88; minority representation in the general assembly and, 208–10; officials in the new state of Illinois and, 55; on poll tax, 125; presidential elections and, 157–58, 177; on public Index 265 education, 129; on treatment of blacks, 126–28; victory in delegate elections, 1847, 112–13; on voting rights, 122–23 Dodge, Grenville, 156 Doty, James, 134 Douglas...

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9780252050343
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9780252041679
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1028553078
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264
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2018-03-18
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English
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