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Hinkley, Lucius Dwight, 1834-1907 Papers, 1844-1905: Wis Mss 33S, Folder 1 ([unpublished])

Primarily Civil War papers of Lieutenant Hinkley, Waupun, Wisconsin, of the 10th Wisconsin Infantry Regiment, Company K, including correspondence relating to his company; a diary; letters to his family, some written from Libby Prison; and a number of essays written by Hinkley in his later years, recounting experiences at Libby Prison and prison escape attempts, a return to Gettysburg in 1888, and battle descriptions of Stone River, Chickamauga, and Chaplin Hills (Perryville). Additional materials, mostly military records of the Waupun rifles (Company K of the Wisconsin 10th regiment) and a school certificate are available in original form at Wisconsin Historical Society.

Hinkley, Lucius Dwight, 1834-1907 Papers, 1844-1905: Wis Mss 33S, Folder 2 ([unpublished])

Primarily Civil War papers of Lieutenant Hinkley, Waupun, Wisconsin, of the 10th Wisconsin Infantry Regiment, Company K, including correspondence relating to his company; a diary; letters to his family, some written from Libby Prison; and a number of essays written by Hinkley in his later years, recounting experiences at Libby Prison and prison escape attempts, a return to Gettysburg in 1888, and battle descriptions of Stone River, Chickamauga, and Chaplin Hills (Perryville). Additional materials, mostly military records of the Waupun rifles (Company K of the Wisconsin 10th regiment) and a school certificate are available in original form at Wisconsin Historical Society.

Hinkley, Lucius Dwight, 1834-1907 Papers, 1844-1905: Wis Mss 33S, Folder 3 ([unpublished])

Primarily Civil War papers of Lieutenant Hinkley, Waupun, Wisconsin, of the 10th Wisconsin Infantry Regiment, Company K, including correspondence relating to his company; a diary; letters to his family, some written from Libby Prison; and a number of essays written by Hinkley in his later years, recounting experiences at Libby Prison and prison escape attempts, a return to Gettysburg in 1888, and battle descriptions of Stone River, Chickamauga, and Chaplin Hills (Perryville). Additional materials, mostly military records of the Waupun rifles (Company K of the Wisconsin 10th regiment) and a school certificate are available in original form at Wisconsin Historical Society.


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