Much of the Springfield goodwill between the two now seems like a thing of the past.
It was June 21, coming off another in a series of scorching hot weekends in the quaint Philadelphia suburb of Springfield.
They spent their “honeymoon” at the Globe Tavern in Springfield.
type of firearm, 1813, named for the U.S. government armory in Springfield, Mass.
U.S. territory created 1809; name is from a native Algonquian people who called themselves Inoca (1725), also written Ilinouek, Old Ottawa for "ordinary speaker." The modern form represents a 17c. French spelling, pronounced "ilinwe" at that time. Admitted as a state 1818.
State in the north-central United States bordered on the north by Wisconsin, the east by Indiana, the south by Kentucky, and the west by Missouri and Iowa. Its capital is Springfield, and its largest city is Chicago.
Note: Known as the “Land of Lincoln” because Abraham Lincoln began his political career there.