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LION, GENERAL, killed in Missouri, 433. MISSOURI, admitted as a State into whe
LUDWELL, PHILIP, Governor of North Union, 328; attempts neutrality in the
Carolina, 85.

war between the States, 434.
MAOOMB, ALEXANDER, General, 315. MOHEGANS, 57, 61.
MADISON, JAMES, movement of, to amend MONROE, JAMES, 285; elected President,

Constitution, 240; in Federal Conven- 321; Cabinet and Administration of,
tion, 243, 250, 278; Secretary of State, 323 et sequens; Missouri Compro-
283; elected President, 291; Cabinet, mise, so called, 326 (note); Monroe
status in politics, and Adininistration Doctrine, so called, 331; death of, 341.
of, 292 et sequens; re-elected Presi- MONTGOMERY, RICHARD, General, 167.
dent, 301; retirement to private life, 175; captures Montreal, and is killed,
322; death of, 353.

176, 177.
MAINE, settlement of, 23, 116; admitted MONTGOMERY, city, Confederate States
as a State, 326.

Government organized at, 420.
MANGUM, WILLIE P., 353.

MOORE, JAMES, Governor of South Car
MARION, FRANCIS, General, 157, 218, 219. olina, 93.
MARTIN, LUTHER, in Federal Convention, MORGAN, DANIEL, General, 199, 201, 223.
247.

MORRIS, ROBERT, 222.
MARSHALL, JOHN, 270; third Chief-Jus- MORTON, JOSEPH, Governor of South
tice, 283; death of, 352.

Carolina, 89.
MARYLAND, settlement of, Colony of, 65; MOULTRIE, FORT, battle of, in 1776, 180.

name of, 66; charter of, to Lord Balti- MOULTRIE, WILLIAM, Colonel and Gen.
more, 66.

eral in South Carolina, 157, 179, 209.
MASON, JOHN, Captain, grant to, by Ply- MUTINY, in Pennsylvania line in 1781,
mouth Company, 47.

222; at Newburg, New York, in 1783,
MASON AND Dixon's LINE, 160.

232 et sequens ; Washington's great
MATHER, COTTON, 118.

speech in suppression of, 235, 236.
MAY FLOWER, 32.

NEBRASKA, admitted into the Union as a
MASSACHUSETTS, settlement of, 28, 37; State, 473.

first Government of, 38; dispute with NEVADA, admitted into the Union as a
New Hampshire, 47; cited to answer State, 462.
Royal Commissioners, 114; purchase NEW AMSTERDAM, first name of New
oy, of Maine, 116; dispute with New York city, 27.
Hampshire settled, 116; charter of, NEW ENGLAND, name of, given to, 22;
abrogated, 116; expulsion of Andros, Confederation of, 56; Constitution of,
and union with Plymouth under 61, 113; end of Confederation, 117.
new charter, 119; opposition by, to NEW HAMPSHIRE, settlement of, 45; name
stamp duties, 161; Boston Port Bill, of, 47; first Government of, 47; new
166; organized Provisional Govern. charter of, 116.
ment, 168; declared to be in a state of NEW HAVEN, settlement of, 49; first Gov.
rebellion, 169.

ernment of, the “Blue Laws," 50.
MASSACRES, Indian, in Virginia, 40; in NEW JERSEY, settlement of, by the Danes.

North Carolina, 86; Wyoming, in and how it became a British Colony,
Pennsylvania, 207.

70.
MASSASOIT, Indian chief, 34, 51, 114, 115. NEW NETHERLANDS, first name of New
MCCLELLAN, GEORGE B., General, Com- York, 70, 76, 78, 88.

mander-in-Chief of Federal Army, 432, NEW ORLEANS, 145; battle of, 819.
436; Peninsular Campaign, 439; defeat New SWEDEN, first name of Delawaro,
o1,442; battle of Sharpsburg, 444; 76, 77.
superseded by Burnside, 445; voted NEW YORK, Colony of, settlement of, as
for for President, 462.

New Netherlands, 26; became a British
MOCREA, MISS JANE, 199.

Colony, 28; first Government of, as
MCDONOUGH, COMMODORE, 315.

British Colony, 101, 102.
MCDOWELL, IRWIN, General, at First NEW YORK, city of, threatened by Brit-
Manassas, 432.

ish in 1776; Washington arrives at,
McCULLOCH, BENJAMIN, General, 433,438. 181; evacuates, 193; great fire in 1835,
McDUFFIE, GEORGE, 337.

352.
MEADE, GEORGE G., General, supersedes NINETY-SIX, 209, 216, 223; siege of, 226.

Hooker, 450); battle of Gettysburg, NORTH CAROLINA, first settlement of the
451.

Colony of, 82; first Government of, 84;
MECKLENBURG, Declaration of Independ. first Colony to declare independence,
ence, 182.

182; accession of, to the Union under
MERCER, HUGH, General, 152; killed, the new Constitution, 259; secession
195.

of, 429.
MINNESOTA, admitted us a State into the NORTH, LORD, head of Tory Administra
Union, 415.

tion in England, 165, 169.
MINUTIS, PETER, 75.

NULLIFICATION, Ordinance of, by South
MISATSNIPPI, admitted as a State into the Carolina, 346; repeal of, 348.
Union, 524 ; secession of, 420

OGLETHORPE, JAMES EDWARD), General

founder of the colony cf Georgia, 130 called pilgrims, 35; Arst Governmunt
of soqueus.

of, 38; old officers restored on expul.
Onio, State of, admitted into the Union, sion of Andros, 119; union with Mag.
286.

sachusetts under new charter, 119.
"OLD DOMINION," why applied to Vir- | POCHAHONTAS, 21, 24.
ginia, 44, 101.

POLK, JAMES K., elected President, 372;
OREGON, admitted as a State into the

Cabinet and Administration of, 384 et
Union, 416.

sequens; Mexican War, 386; death of
PANAMA MISSION, 337.

396.
PARKER, SIR PETER, British Admiral, POPE, JOHN, General, 442.
178, 179.

PORTER, DAVID, Commodore, 308, 313.
PARLIAMENT, British, 44, 95.

POWHATAN, Indian chief, 24, 39.
PARTIES, Old Federal, heade 1 by Hamil. PRESCOTT, British General, taken pris
ton, 258; Old Republican or Democra-

oner, 197.
tic, headed by Jefferson, 258; first PRESIDENTIAL ELECTIONS:---In 1788, 253;
contest between, 276; second, 287; Old in 1792, 261; in 1796, 266; in 1800, 278;
Federal extinct, 326; Democratic or in 1804, 287; in 1808, 290; in 1812, 301;
strict construction against latitudi- in 1816, 321; in 1820, 326; in 1824, 332;
nous construction, 258, 262, 330; Na- in 1828, 339; in 1832, 345; in 1836, 353;
tional Republican, headed by Clay, in 1840, 364; in 1844, 371; in 1848, 393;
340; strict constructionists, by Jack- in 1852, 402; in 1856, 410; in 1860, 417;
son, 341; Anti-Masonic organized, in 1864, 461; in 1868, 472.
344; first General Couvention of Dem- PREVOST, British General, 209, 210.
ocratic, 345; Whig organized, 350; PRICE, STERLING, General in Missouri
Anti-Slavery organized, 372; Free-Soil 433, 438.
organized, 394; American or Know- PRINCETON, College of, founded, 73;
Nothirg organized, 409; Anti-Slavery battle of, 196.

assuines name of Republican, 410. PRINTING PRESS, first established in
PATTERSON, WILLIAM, in Federal Con. America, 60.
vention, 245.

PRISONERS, exchange of, 436; number
PECK, JARED, prosecuted under Sedi. taken on both sides in the War be.
tion Act, 278.

tween the States, and treatment of,
PENDLETON, GEORGE H., 462.

467.
PENN, WILLIAM, 71, 72, 77, 78.

PULASKI, COUNT, 202; mortally wounded,
PENNSYLVANIA, settlement of the Colony 212.

of, 77; name, charter, and first Gov- PURITANS, character of, 29, 43.
ernment of, 78, 80.

PUTNAM, ISRAEL, General, 192, 210.
PEQUODS, war with, 57; made blaves of QUAKERS, 71, 72, 78.
and tiibe extinguished, 59.

QUARRY, ROBERT, Governor of South
PERRY, OLIVER H., Commodore, 311.

Carolina, 89.
PERSONAL LIBERTY BILLS, 406.

RALEIGH GILBERT, 28.
PETERS, HUGH, 59.

RALEIGH, SIR WALTER, 16, 82.
PHENOMENA, extraordinary, 64, 121, 215, RANDOLPH, EDMUND, leader of Nation.
351, 352, 416.

als" in Federal Convention, 243, 250,
PHILADELPHIA, founded, 80; meeting of 256, 293.

first Congress of Colonies at, 167; in RANDOLPH, John, of Roanoke, 302.
dependence declared at, 185; seat of RANDOLPH, PEYTON, President of the
Government for ten years, 259.

Congress of 1774, 167.
PHIPPS, SIR Wm., first Governor of the RAWDON, LORD, British General, 217,

United Colonies of Plymouth and 226.
Massachusetts, 119.

REBELLIONS, Clayborn's in Maryland
PICKENS, ANDREW, Colonel, 209, 216.

67, 68; Culpepper's in North Carolina,
PICKENS, FRANCIS W., Governor of South 85; Bacon's in Virginia, 97; Shay's in
Carolina, 425.

Massachusetts, 238.
PIERCE, FRANKLIN, elected President, REGICIDES, 63.

403; Cabinet and Administration of, RESOLUTIONS, Madison's, in 1786, which
404 et sequens; Kansas and Nebras- led to a revision of the Constitution,
ka Act, 407; retirement from office, 240; of the Annapolis Convention, do.;
411.

of the Congress, for the call of a Con-
PINCKNEY, CHARLES, in Federal Conven- vention for that purpose, 241; of Con-
tion, 245.

gress, on the powers of the Federal
PINKNEY, CHARLES COTESWORTH, 270, Government on the subject of Negro
287, 291.

Slavery in the States, 257; Calhoun's
PINCKNEY, WILLIAM, 297.

in the Senate, on the nature of the
PLYMOUTH, COMPANY of, organized for Government, and its powers, 359;

North Virginia, in England, 16; dis- Atherton's in the House, on the sub-
solved, 36; 45, 48.

ject of Negro Slavery, 362; Milton
FLYMOUTH, Colony of, 28, 33; first Gov- Brown's, for the admission of Texas,

ernor of, John Carver, 33; Colonists 373 (note); Calhoun's, on Slavery re
striction in the Torritorleo, 892 (note); 1838, 859 (note); Resolutions of House
first two of Jefferson's Kentucky Reso- apon, 362; Wilmot Proviso upon, 391
lutions of 1798, 497; Virginia Resolu- (note); Calhoun's Resolutions of 1848
tions of 1798-99, 498.

upon, 392 (note); Clay's Compromiso
RESTORATION. Charles II., of, 113.

upon, in 1850, 397; principles of this
SHODE ISLAND, settlement of the Colony Compromise, 406-8.

of, 50; accession to the Union under SMITH, GUSTAVUS, General, 459.
the new Constitution, 359.

SMITH, JOHN, Captain, of Virginia, 18,
RICHMOND, city of, theatre burned in, 65.

299; capital of Confederate States, SMITH, E. KIRBY, General, 443, 465.
431; captured, 464.

SMITH, THOMAS, Governor of South Car.
RIVES, WILLIAM C., defender of Tyler's olina, 92.

Administration in the Senate, 369. SMITHSON, JAMES, bequest by, to United
ROMAN, ANDREW B., Confederate Com- States, 361; Institute founded, 386.
missioner, 421, 423.

SMYTH, ALEXANDER, General, 307.
Ross, British General, captured Wash. SOTHEL, SETH, Governor of North Caro.
ington City, 316.

lina, 85, 90.
RUSSELL, JONATHAN, Commissioner to SOUTH CAROLINA, settlement of Colony
Ghent, 314.

of, 87; first Government of, 88; Ya-
RUTLEDGE, EDWARD, Governor of South massee War in, 126; nullification, 346,
Carolina, 179.

secession ordinance of, 419.
SANDYS, SIR EDWIN, 32.

STANTON, EDWIN M., 436, 471.
SANTA ANNA, ANTONIO LOPEZ, Dictator STARK, JOHN, Colonel and General, 200.

of Mexico, 379 et sequens; captured ST. CLAIR, ARTHUR, General, 198, 199,
at San Jacinto, 382.

259.
SAVANNAH, city of, settlement of, 130; STEPHENS, ALEXANDER H., 420, 434.

taken by the British in 1778, 208. STIRLING, GENERAL, 192.
SAVANNAH, STEAMER, first that crossed STRIKER, GENERAL, at North Point, 816.
the Atlantic, 325.

STUYVESANT, PETER, Governor of New
SAYLE, WILLIAM, first Governor of South York, 76, 101.
Carolina, 87.

SUMNER, CHARLES, 407.
SALZBURGERS, 130.

SUMTER, FORT, taken by Confederates,
SCHUYLER, PETER, Governor of New York, 428; evacuated, 463.
110.

SUMTER, WILLIAM, Colonel in South Car.
SCHUYLER, PHILIP, General, 175, 199.

olina, 218, 219.
SCOTT, WINFIELD, General, wounded at SUPREME COURT, of the United States

Lundy's Lane, 315; captured Black organized, 256, 262; decision of, on
Hawk, 345; in chief command against the powers of the Federal Govern.
Mexico, 389-90; defeated for Presi. ment over the subject of Negro Slam
dency, 102; retired from chief com- very, 413.
mand of Federal Army, 432.

TALLEYRAND, 271.
BEAL, of United States, 190, 259.

TANEY, ROGER B., Attorney General,
SECESSION, causes of, 418, 419, 428.

344; Secretary of Treasury, 350; fourth
SEMMES, RAPHAEL, Confederate Commo- Chief Justice, 352; decision against
dore, 435, 446, 453, 460.

suspension of Habeas Corpus, 430;
SEVIER, COLONEL, 218.

death of, 468.
SEWARD, WILLIAM H., Secretary of State, TARIFF, Protective, 330, 338; bill of, in
423; remark to Lord Lyon, 430.

1828, 339; bill of, in 1832, 344; compro
SEYMOUR, HCRATIO, 472.

mise of, in 1833, 348; violated, 370,
BHAY, DANIEL, rebellion of, 238.

protection again abandoned, 385, 411.
SHERMAN, ROGER, 184.

TARLETON, B., British Colonel, 218, 219,
BHERMAN, WILLIAM T., General, march anecdote about, 224.

of, from Vicksburg, 453; in commend TAYLOR ZACHARY, Colonel and General,
at Chattanooga, 454; advance on At- 358, 385, 386, 387; at Monterey, 388,
lanta, 458; takes Atlanta, 459; march at Buena Vista, 389; elected Presi.
to the Sea, 460; advance through dent, 394; Cabinet and Administre
South Carolina, 463; convention and tion of, 395 et sequens; death of,
capitulation with Johnston, 464.

400.
SHELBY, ISAAC, Colonel, 218.

TEA, tax on, how received in Boston,
SLAVERY, INDIAN, established in New New York, Philadelphia, and Charles.
England, 59; 115.

ton, S. C., 166.
SLAVERY, NEGRO, introduced into Vir- TECUMSEH, Indian war.ior, 298; killed,

ginia, 26; into Massachusetts, 59; into 311.
South Carolina, 88; into Georgia and TELEGRAPH, electro-magneric, 376, 416,
all the Colonies, 136; number of slaves 478.
at Independence, 189; first movement TENNESSEE, admitted into the linion m
in Congress for abolition of, and result, a State, 266; secession of, 429.
257; Missouri Compromise upon, 326 TEXAS, 44; Republic of, 376 et sequens;
(note); Resolutions of Senate upon, in Resolutions for the admission of, into
tho Union, 873 (note); admission of, 202; victory at Monmouth, 206; cap
885; secession of, 420.

ture of Cornwallis at Yorktown, 229
THE GREAT TRIO," 351, 396, 403.

speech at Newburg, 235-6; resigns bis
•THE THREE-FIFTHS CLAUSE," 239.

commission, 237; advises change ad
THOMAS, JOHN, General, 177, 178.

Federal Constitution, 240; Presideat
TOMPKINS, DANIEL D., 321, 326.

of Convention to propose changes,
TOBACCO, 24.

242; elected President of the United
TOOMBS, ROBERT, 421, 432, 459.

States, 253; Administration of, 25% et
TROUP, GEORG M., Governor of Geor sequens; speech of, to Adét, 265; veto

gia, controversy with United States, of Apportionment Bill, 258; retire.
335.

ment, 268; death of, 275.
TRYON, last of the Royal Governors of WASHINGTON, WILLIAM, Colonel, wounds
Connecticut, ravages of, 211.

Tarleton; anecdote about, 224.
TUSCABORAs, Indian, 86, 94.

WASHINGTON, City of, founded, 259;
I'WIGGB, DAVID E., General, gallantry at taken by the British, 316.
Cerro Gordo, 389.

WAYNE, ANTHONY, General, 211, 263.
TILER, JOHN, 354, 364; President by WEBSTER, DANIEL, debate with Hayne,

death of Harrison, Cabinet and Ad- 342; do. with Calhoun, 349; Secretary
ministration of, 368 et sequens; Treaty of State, 367; resigns, 370; 7th of
of Washington, 370; explosion on March Speech, 399; again Secretary of
Princeton, 371; action on Texas ques- State, 400; death of, 403.
tion, 374; retirement of, 375; Presi- WESLEY, REV. JOHN, 135.
dent of Peace Congress, 421.

WEST, JOSEPH, Governor of South Caro
UNCAS, Indian chief, 62.

lina, 88, 89.
UNITED STATES, history of, 3; union be- WEST, FRANCIS, Governor of Virginia,

tween Federal, 4; first constitution 42.
of, 186, 479; second Constitution of, WEST INDIES, 10.

242, 486; seal of, 190; flag of, 198. WILKINSON, JAMES, General, succeeds
VALLEY FOBGE, Washington's winter Dearborn, 311, 315.
quarters, 203.

WILLIAMS, BENJAMIN, Colonel, 218.
VAS BUREN, MARTIN, 341, 346; elected WILLIAMS, ROGER, 50 et sequens.

President, 353; Cabinet and Adminis- WILLIAM and MARY, King and Queen of
tration of, 355 et sequens; defeat for England, 73, 81, 200, 104, 118.
re-election, 364–65; voted for by the WILMOT, DAVID, celebrated “Proviso,
Free-Soil Party, 394.

of, 391 (note).
VANE, SIR HENRY, 59.

WILSON, JAMES, 243, 248, 356.
VAN RENSSELAER, STEPHEN, General, WINDER, General, at Bladensburg, 816.
304, 306.

WINTHROP, JOHN, first Governor of
VERMONT, admitted as a State into the Massachusetts, 37, 49.
Union, 260.

WIRT, WILLIAM, Attorney General, 923,
VICKSBURG, taken by Grant, 451.

335; voted for for President, 344.
V BGINIA, settlement of the Colony of, WISCONSIN, admitted as a State, 393.

ander London Company, 18; birth of WISE, HENRY d., defender of Tyler's Ad.
American free institutions in, 25, 39; ministration in the House, 369.
why called “Old Dominion," 44; se- WITCHCRAFT, 122.
cession of, 429.

WHITE, HUGH L., 353.
VIBGINIA, WEST, admitted as a State WHITEFIELD, REV. GEORGE, 135.
into the Union, 449.

WITHERFORD, Indian warrior, speecb
WARREN, JOSEPH, General, 174.

of, 312.
WARS:-Indian in Virginia, 40; Pequod WOLF, JAMES, General, 154, 156.

in New England, 57; Coree and Tus- WOOL, JOHN E., General in Mexican War,
corora in North Carolina, 86; Appala 383.
cheo and Yamassee in South Caro. WORTH, WILLIAM J., General, gallantry
lina, 93, 94; Five Nations in New York, of, at Monterey, Saltillo, Molino del
103; French, 105, 121, 146; King Roy, and Casa de Moto, 389-90.
Philip's, 114; Cherokee, 157; of the WRIGHT, SILAS, able defender of Van
Revolution, 190 et sequens; with Tri- Buren's Administration, 359.
poli, 286; British, of 1812, 301; with WYATT, SIR FRANCIS, Governor of Vir.
Algiers, 320; Seminole, 324; Black

ginia, 39, 42.
Hawk, 345; Seminole again, 352, 358; WYOMING, Massacre at, 207.
with Mexico, 387; between the States, YAMASSEES, 94, 126.
427.

YATES, ROBERT, in Federal Convention,
WASHINGTON GEORGE, Major,147; Gener- 247.

al in command of the forces of the YEAMANS, SIR JOHN, Governor of South
United Colonies, 171; at New York in Carolina, 88.
1776, 181; refuses General Howe's YEARDLEY, GEORGR, Governor of Vir.
letter, 191; evacuates New York, 193; ginia, 24, 25, 39.
retreats through New Jersey, 194; YORK, DUKE OF, 28, 70, 76, 80.
victory by, at Trenton, 195; battle at YORKTOWN, aty of, Oornwallis captnred
Princoton, 196; defent at Brandywine, at, 229.

SUPPLEMENTAL İNDEX,

AMENDMENTS TO CONSTITUTION, 503, GARFIELD, JAMES A., nomination of 511.

as President, 482 ; election, 483 ; ARTHUR, CHESTER A., nominated and inauguration, 484 ; Cabinet appoint

chosen President, 482, 483 ; took oath, ments, 481; assassination, 485.

485; Cabinet appointinents, 487. GRANT, ULYSSES S., first inauguration, ARTICLES OF CONFEDERATION, 496.

474; Cabinet, 474; second inauguraBOUNDARY, settlement with Great Brit- tion, 477 ; retirement, 479; extensive ain, 476.

tour, 482 ; advocated for third term, CELEBRATIONS, Centennial of “Declara- 482.

tion of Independence,'' 478 ; Mecklen- GUITEAU, CHARLES J., trial and hangburg Declaration of Independence, 478; ing, 48; Atlanta Exposition, 487.

HAYES, RUTHERFORD B., inaugurated CONGRESS :- Repeal income tax, 475; President, 480 ; Cabinet, 450.

repeal iron clad or test oath, 475 ; de- INDIAN WARS, 476, 482. monetizing silver, 177 ; remonetizing, KENTUCKY RESOLUTIONS, 514. 482 ; resumption of specie payments, LOUISIANA, Dual State Governments, 485.

481. OF DISTINGUISHED MEN: PACIFIC RAILROAD COMPLETED, 475. Gen. R. E. Lee, 474; Franklin Pierce, PANIC, Financial, 478. 475 ; Hon. E. M. Stanton, 475 ; S. F. B. RATIFICATION FIFTEENTH AMENDMENT, Morse, 476 ; Linton Stephens, 476 ; 475. Wm. II. Seward, 476; Gen. Geo. G. SUMMARY AND CONCLUSION, 487-492. Meade, 476; Horace Greeley, 477 ; SIGNAL SERVICE BUREAU, 475. Vice-Pres. Henry Wilson, 478 ; Andrew SOUTH CAROLINA, Dual State GovernJohnson, 481 ; Pres. Jas. A. Garfield, ments, 481. 485 ; T. 0. Howe, 487; Benj. H. Hill, STRIKES OF RAILROAD EMPLOYEES, 481. 487.

TROOPS WITHDRAWN, 481. DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE, 493- VIRGINIA RESOLUTIONS, 515.

496.

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