Indiana

Indiana, 1857, zoomable map
Population. — The population of Indiana, since the year 1825, has increased with unexampled rapidity. At that date, the number of inhabitants was estimated at 185,000. It is now, in (1850,) 988,416. Among the causes which have conduced to attract settlers thither, the extraordinary fertility of the soil, the low price of lands, the facilities for inland water communication, and the healthful climate, are doubtless among the most prominent. (Gazetteer of the United States of America, 1854)

Record Data

Place Unit Type
  State or Province
Containing Unit

Note Cards

People

Birthplace of
 

Anderson, Jeremiah Goldsmith

Jeremiah Goldsmith Anderson, detail
Full name
  Jeremiah Goldsmith Anderson

Places

Contained places
 
Name Type
Adams County, IN County
Allen County, IN County
Bartholomew County, IN County
Benton County, IN County
Blackford County, IN County
Boone County, IN County
Brown County, IN County
Carroll County, IN County
Cass County, IN County
Clark County, IN County
Clay County, IN County
Clinton County, IN County
Crawford County, IN County
Daviess County, IN County
Dearborn County, IN County
Decatur County, IN County
DeKalb County, IN County
Delaware County, IN County
Dubois County, IN County
Elkhart County, IN County
Fayette County, IN County
Floyd County, IN County
Fountain County, IN County
Franklin County, IN County
Fulton County, IN County
Gibson County, IN County
Grant County, IN County
Greene County, IN County
Hamilton County, IN County
Hancock County, IN County
Harrison County, IN County
Hendricks County, IN County
Henry County, IN County
Howard County, IN County
Huntington County, IN County
Jackson County, IN County
Jasper County, IN County
Jay County, IN County
Jefferson County, IN County
Jennings County, IN County
Johnson County, IN County
Knox County, IN County
Kosciusko County, IN County
LaGrange County, IN County
Lake County, IN County
LaPorte County, IN County
Lawrence County, IN County
Madison County, IN County
Marion County, IN County
Marshall County, IN County
Martin County, IN County
Miami County, IN County
Monroe County, IN County
Montgomery County, IN County
Morgan County, IN County
Newton County, IN County
Noble County, IN County
Ohio County, IN County
Orange County, IN County
Owen County, IN County
Parke County, IN County
Perry County, IN County
Pike County, IN County
Porter County, IN County
Posey County, IN County
Pulaski County, IN County
Putnam County, IN County
Randolph County, IN County
Ripley County, IN County
Rush County, IN County
Scott County, IN County
Shelby County, IN County
Spencer County, IN County
St. Joseph County, IN County
Stark County, IN County
Steuben County, IN County
Sullivan County, IN County
Switzerland County, IN County
Tippecanoe County, IN County
Tipton County, IN County
Union County, IN County
Vanderburgh County, IN County
Vermillion County, IN County
Vigo County, IN County
Wabash County, IN County
Warren County, IN County
Warrick County, IN County
Washington County, IN County
Wayne County, IN County
Wells County, IN County
White County, IN County
Whitley County, IN County

Documents

Subject
 
Date Title
04/18/1846 Abraham Lincoln to Andrew Johnston with Poem, April 18, 1846
12/18/1854 New York Herald, “A Singular Slave Case in Indiana,” December 18, 1860
09/08/1856 Abraham Lincoln, Form Letter to Fillmore men, September 8, 1856
01/04/1858 New York Herald, "Kansas," January 4, 1858
06/27/1858 Abraham Lincoln to Charles H. Ray, June 27, 1858
07/23/1858 New York Herald, "The Late Meeting of Maryland Slaveholders," July 23, 1858
10/19/1858 Milwaukee (WI) Sentinel, “A Great Ado about Nothing,” October 19, 1858
01/12/1859 Chicago (IL) Press and Tribune, “For the Lambs of the Flock,” January 12, 1859
02/16/1859 New York Times, “Fight in the Indiana Senate,” February 16, 1859
01/28/1860 (Montpelier) Vermont Patriot, “The Voice of Indiana,” January 28, 1860
02/28/1860 New York Herald, “Trouble among the Republican President Makers,” February 28, 1860
05/30/1860 Schuyler Colfax to Abraham Lincoln, May 30, 1860
06/12/1860 Richard W. Thompson to Abraham Lincoln, June 12, 1860
07/06/1860 Richard W. Thompson to Abraham Lincoln, July 6, 1860
07/10/1860 Cleveland (OH) Herald, “A Political Dodge,” July 10, 1860
07/31/1860 Chicago (IL) Press and Tribune, “Making a Cat’s-Paw of Douglas,” July 31, 1860
10/13/1860 Cleveland (OH) Herald, “There's No Secession in That,” October 13, 1860
10/20/1860 David Wilmot to Abraham Lincoln, October 20, 1860
10/27/1860 (Montpelier) Vermont Patriot, “Illinois Sure for Douglas,” October 27, 1860
11/03/1860 New York Times, "Douglas Out of the Canvass," November 3, 1860
11/23/1860 New York Herald, “Untitled,” November 23, 1860
01/15/1861 New York Herald, “Coercion Symptoms in the West and North-West,” January 15, 1861
01/29/1861 Campbell Kinnear to Abraham Lincoln, January 29, 1861
04/22/1861 Charleston (SC) Mercury, “Reorganization,” April 22, 1861
06/08/1861 Jesse K. Dubois to Abraham Lincoln, June 8, 1861
06/20/1861 Ripley (OH) Bee, “Fugitives from Oppression,” June 20, 1861
08/17/1861 Ozias Mather Hatch to Abraham Lincoln, August 17, 1861
08/22/1864 Henry J. Raymond to Abraham Lincoln, August 22, 1864, New York City