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374 INDEX Steel and iron industry, 152 Stockbridge, 79 Stoddard, Solomon, 45 Success, 288, 309 Sudbury, 39 Suffrage, 192, 216; basis, 249; frontier and extension, 30; manhood, 250, 352 Superior, Lake, 180, 314; iron mines, 152 Swedes, 233 Symmes Purchase, 223 Talleyrand, 299 Taney, R. B., 141 Tariff, 25, 27, 170, 172, 197, 216 Taylor, Zachary, 255 Tecumthe, 134, 144 Tennessee, 122, 168, 187, 225, 252, 253; democracy, 192 Tennyson's " Ulysses," 310 Territories, system of, 168, 169 Texas, 168 Thomas, J. B., 174 Tocqueville, A. C. H. C. de, 153, 275, 303, 343 Toledo, Ohio, 231 Toleration, 355 Town meeting, 62 Towns, legislating into existence, 125; locating, Massachusetts, 76; New England and Virginia, 41; new settlements in New England, 55; South Carolina, 96; typical form of establishing in New England, 74; Virginia, 85, 86 Trader's frontier, 12; effects following, 12; rapidity of advance, 12, 13 Trading posts, 14 Transportation, 148; Great Lakes, 150 Tryon, William, 106 Tuscarora War, 94, 95 Ulstermen, 103 Unification of the West, 215 United States, collection of nations, 158; development since 1890, 311; federal aspect, 159; fundamental forces, 311; original contribution to society, 281-282; wealth, 312 U. S. Steel Corporation, 152-153, 247, 265, 313 Universities, duties, 292; function, 287; influence of university men, 285; need of freedom, 287; pressure of democracies on, 283; State and, 286; see also State universities Upland South, 164; religious spirit, 164, 165 Van Buren, Martin, 254, 326 Van Rensselaer manor, 81 Vandalia, 229 Verendryes, the, 180 Vermont, 69, 72, 77, 78, 111, 122, 136 Vermonters in Wisconsin and Michigan, 228 Vicksburg, 201 Vigilance committees, 212 Vinton, S. F., 141, 229 Virginia, 301; early attempt to establish frontier, 41; Indian wars, 69-70; inequalities, coast vs. interior, 113; interest in Mississippi Valley, 182; land grants, 91; land grants to societies, 85; Piedmont, society, 95; Piedmont portions, 87, 89; settlement in latter part of 17th century, 83; slavery, 122; two Virginias in later 17th century, 94; Western democracy and, 250 Virginia Convention of 1829-30, 28, 31