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Thu Oct 16 17:52:40 2014 UTClccn-no930367090.00To the Honorable the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States, in Congress assembled. : Your memorialist, the National Lincoln Monument Association, would respectfully represent0.781.00What I know about farming14344727Richard_J._Oglesbyno 930367093530504Oglesby 1824-1899 MrOglesby, Mr. (Richard James), 1824-1899Oglesby, R. J. 1824-1899Oglesby, R. J. (Richard James), 1824-1899lccn-n79006779Lincoln, Abraham1809-1865lccn-n89657933Schaub, Howard C.edtlccn-n89657929Johns, Jane Martinlccn-n86049043Plummer, Mark A.1929-lccn-n2013036455Stone, A. T.lccn-nr98021970National Lincoln Monument Association (Springfield, Ill.)lccn-nr99024109IllinoisGovernor (1865-1869 : Oglesby)lccn-nr90000667Foster, Volney W.lccn-n85158321Wilkie, Franc B.(Franc Bangs)1832-1892lccn-n79032944Dawes, Charles Gates1865-1951Oglesby, Richard J.(Richard James)1824-1899TreatiesClaimsHistoryTrials, litigation, etcCensusGenealogyRulesExhibition catalogsLincoln, Abraham,Indians of North AmericaUnited StatesPolitical scienceIllinois--DecaturOglesby, Richard J.--(Richard James),IllinoisIndian reservationsGovernorsFriendshipKansasOklahoma--Indian TerritoryOklahomaWisconsinRailroads--Right of wayLand settlementNebraskaIndian allotments--Law and legislationCherokee IndiansIndian land transfersIndian allotmentsMinnesotaIndians of North America--Land tenureCherokee Indians--Land tenureChoctaw IndiansIndians of North America--Claims againstDakota IndiansFederal aid to IndiansUnited States.--Court of ClaimsTrials (Trespass)Cherokee Nation, OklahomaCherokee Nation, OklahomaIndian agentsSouth DakotaLogging--Law and legislationPublic landsMontanaIowa Indians--Land tenureMarston, S. W.--(Sylvester Witt),United States.--Office of Indian Affairs.--Union AgencyCherokee Indians--Government relationsLawyers--FeesLouisianaReconstruction (United States : 1865-1877)Cheyenne Indians--WarsUnited States--Iowa Indian ReservationOregonEastern Band of Cherokee IndiansCoal leasesCalifornia1824189918601863186518661867186818691870187318741876187818801884188718891890189218941899190019051912191319141920192119351938196119651966196819751976198719881999200020012007808116139326.4E510455ocn818413599file18650.90Stone, A. TLetter on reconstruction, from A.T. Stone to Gov. R.J. Oglesby, of IllinoisHistory131ocn002078099book19050.96Oglesby, Richard JImpromptu speech of Governor Richard Oglesby111ocn029773059book18740.84United StatesIn the Senate of the United StatesHistoryCensusTrials, litigation, etcGenealogyRulesTreatiesClaims111ocn029631312book18780.82United StatesIn the Senate of the United StatesHistoryTreaties92ocn437934608book18680.77National Lincoln Monument Association (Springfield, Ill.)National Lincoln monument. Address to the public. Office National Lincoln Monument Association, Springfield, Ill., Jan. 24, 186881ocn013500206book19120.95Oglesby, Richard JThe Indian corn, impromptu speech of ex-Gov. Richard J. Oglesby, made at the Fellowship Club at Chicago, September 9th, 1894, on the occasion of the Harvest Home Festival72ocn437934676book18650.63National Lincoln Monument Association (Springfield, Ill.)Office of the National Lincoln Monument Association, Springfield, Ills., June 28, 1865. As many inquiries are being made as to the design, the probable cost, &c., of the National Lincoln Monument, to be erected under the supervision of this association71ocn021453799book19000.92Davis, J. McCanOrigin of the Lincoln rail : as related by Governor Oglesby71ocn003695741visu19750.47Lesions of epithelial tissue origin(Producer) Part of a dental curriculum series, this program examines lesions involving the covering epithelium of the skin and the living membrane of the oral cavity. Some of the more common clinical and histologic indications for biopsy are illustrated73ocn013520634book18650.92IllinoisInaugural address of Richard J. Oglesby, Governor of Illinois, to the General Assembly : January 16, 186572ocn437934648book18650.63National Lincoln Monument Association (Springfield, Ill.)Office of the Lincoln National Monument Association, Springfield, Ill., April 25th, 1865. Dear Sir; At a meeting of the committee of arrangements appointed by the citizens of the city of Springfield, Illinois, April 24th, 1865, the following resolutions were adopted ... for obtaining grounds and erecting a monument thereon in Springfield, Ills., to the memory of our lamented chief magistrate, Abraham Lincoln.73ocn013500219book19211.00Oglesby, Richard JWhat I know about farming61ocn437890566book18660.63IllinoisProclamation for a day of thanksgiving and praise, by Richard J. Oglesby, governor of Illinois. ... I do hereby recommend that Thursday, the 29th day of November, be set apart as a day of thanksgiving and praise ... In testimony whereof, I have hereunto set my hand ... at Springfield, this twelfth day of November ... one thousand eight hundred and sixty-six32ocn013520680book18671.00IllinoisMessage of his excellency, Richard J. Oglesby, Governor of Illinois, to the General Assembly, January 7, 1867In addition to the text of an address by Richard J. Oglesby, this volume includes reports (1867) from the Illinois state Auditor and state Treasurer used by George H. Harlow, who served as Illinois Secretary of State (1873-1881)31ocn060954611book18650.10The Original Lincoln cabin : this cabin, built by Abraham Lincoln and John Hanks, in Macon county, Ill. in 1830, is now on exhibition on the parade ground, Boston CommonExhibition catalogs22ocn054818745book18890.92IllinoisBiennial message of Richard J. Oglesby, Governor of Illinois, to the Thirty-sixth General Assembly, January 9, 188921ocn105064569art18741.00IllinoisCommunication from the governor concerning sale of Illinois Central Railroad lands21ocn043872861book19381.00Oglesby, Richard JRichard J. Oglesby: forth-niner, his own narrative21ocn060950354book1865National Lincoln Monument Association (Springfield, Ill.)To the Honorable the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States, in Congress assembled. : Your memorialist, the National Lincoln Monument Association, would respectfully represent21ocn038740409book18651.00National Lincoln Monument Association (Springfield, Ill.)Office of the National Lincoln Monument Association, Springfield, Ill., June 28, 18652886ocn002504772book19120.82Johns, Jane MartinPersonal recollections of early Decatur, Abraham Lincoln, Richard J. Oglesby and the Civil WarHistoryAnecdotes2372ocn045247219book20010.74Plummer, Mark ALincoln's rail-splitter : Governor Richard J. OglesbyBiography"Richard James Oglesby is best known for introducing the rail-splitter image into Abraham Lincoln's successful presidential campaign of 1860, and in many ways his career ran parallel to Honest Abe's. This biography of the three-time governor of Illinois offers the first detailed view of a key figure in the great changes that swept Illinois and the country from the Jacksonian era through the Gilded Age."172ocn665482378file18840.63Wilkie, Franc BA sketch of Richard J. OglesbyBiography81ocn062035037com18760.97Warner & BeersGustavus Koerner, Lyman Trumbull, Gen. U.S. Grant, Judge David Davis, Richard Edwards, Abraham Lincoln, Stephen A. Douglas, Gov. John L. Beveridge, Richard J. Oglesby, Wm. R. Morrison, John A. Logan, Shelby M. Cullom, Chas. W. Woodman, Thos. S. Ridgeway [i.e. Ridgway], Samuel M. Etter, Wm. G. BowmanBiographyPortraits31ocn025734103book18730.47IllinoisGovernor's message22ocn191731001book20070.10Schilling, Roy OAn interview with Roy O. SchillingHistoryBiographyInterviewsOral historiesThis interview covers Schilling family history; childhood; education; married and family life; educational careers; Elkhart history; educational issues related to the Decatur Public School; involvement with educational legislation; retirement; Decatur History and its connections to Lincoln; Decatur family life; travel; connections to Governor Richard J. Oglesby's Family; awards and advice to children and grandchildren21ocn002638376book19650.47Hickey, James TOglesby's fence rail dealings and the 1860 Decatur ConventionRichard James Oglesby, three times governor of Illinois, was practicing law at Decatur, Illinois, in 1860. He had entered politics and was a candidate for the state senate when Decatur was announced as the site of the Illinois Republican Convention that year. Oglesby played an important part in convention affairs and in securing the endorsement of Abraham Lincoln "as the first choice of Illinois for the presidency."11ocn014114046book1920Oglesby's famous eulogy on corn, printed in Belleville News-Democrat August 28, 1920. The finest speech ever delivered on the subject of corn and to be found in English literature was delivered in Chicago by old Dick Oglesby, twice elected governor of Illinois11ocn711984657art19200.10Oglesby, Richard James : governor and United States senatorHistoryBiographyDictionaries11ocn049700213mixPasfield, GeorgeHistoryScrapbook of news clippings from Springfield papers regarding historically prominent sites and people. An 1834 newspaper has an item about a New Salem, Ill. town meeting where A. Lincoln acted as secretary. Other articles about Lincoln, Richard Ogelsby and Richard Yates. Includes the published,1854 diary of Col. Baker kept while travelling from St. Joseph, Mo. to California. Newspaper photos of houses, buildings and dress styles of the 1800's. Accounts of the death of Richard Oglesby and John McClernand. Stories and obituaries of many other socially and politically prominent people. Old settlers' published reminiscences about the area and life in the past11ocn053039989mix1865National Lincoln Monument Association (Springfield, Ill.)Letter to Owen P. Miles appointing him agent for collecting funds for the Association. Signed by Richard Oglesby, President and Clinton Conkling, Secretary11ocn808309636book19130.47Jamison, IsabelPersonal recollections of early Decatur, Abraham Lincoln, Richard J. Oglesby and the Civil War, by Jane Martin Johns, published by Decatur Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution, 1912HistoryBook reviews11ocn458285325book19611.00Payne, Henry LeeRichard J. Oglesby : politician and soldier to 186511ocn053458382mixParke, Charles RossFour page letter to Peter D. Vroom, Oct. 26, 1858, discusses local politics including Richard Oglesby and Stephen A. Douglas; James Buchanan and patronage; and the Emperor Alexander and his "benevolent design" and acquiring a picture of Nicholas in his sleigh. Three page letter to Vroom, Dec. 16, 1865, discusses President Johnson and Governor Oglesby11ocn070984863mix1.00Grant, Ulysses SRecords and correspondence11ocn843117169mix0.10Abraham Lincoln and wartime governors11ocn013500177book1976The Governor Oglesby Mansion, Inc. [program]11ocn057412900art1999Oglesby, Richard JamesBiography11ocn880871973visu18691.00Fassett, S. MR.J. Oglesby, gov. IllPortraits11ocn079455263mix1.00Ingersoll, Robert GreenRobert Green Ingersoll papersHistoryRecords and correspondenceDiaries, correspondence, letterbooks, writings, lectures, family papers, financial records, legal file, scrapbooks, and other papers relating to Ingersoll's involvement in Illinois state and Republican Party politics; lectures and writings on agnosticism and religion; law practices in Peoria, Ill., and Washington, D.C.; and personal and family affairs. Other topics include anti-vivisection, the gold standard, impeachment of Andrew Johnson, Reconstruction, tariffs, and women's suffrage. Includes Ingersoll's address before the 1876 Republican Convention in Cincinnati, Ohio. Family correspondents include Ingersoll's wife, Eva Amelia Parker Ingersoll; their daughters, Eva Ingersoll Brown and Maud Ingersoll Probasco; his brother, Ebon C. Ingersoll; Clinton Pinckney Farrell; and Sue Parker FarrellThu Oct 16 14:58:51 EDT 2014batch23350