DeWitt Clinton Salisbury Papers, 1860-1958

Summary Information

Title: DeWitt Clinton Salisbury Papers
Inclusive Dates: 1860-1958

  • Salisbury, DeWitt Clinton, 1843-1915
Call Number: Micro 490

Quantity: 1 reel of microform (35mm)

Archival Locations:
Wisconsin Historical Society (Map)

Papers of DeWitt Clinton Salisbury, an Oregon, Wisconsin farmer, school teacher, and Civil War soldier in Co. M, Wisconsin Heavy Artillery. Included are typescript diaries, 1860-1862, 1864-1914; an original diary, 1863; an account book with diary entries, 1867-1876; correspondence, 1815-1914; and poems and writings concerning Salisbury's daily activities, farm life, Civil War news, and family affairs, including religion, illnesses, and the deaths of three of his children. Also includes correspondence, 1890-1945, and miscellaneous papers, 1906-1958, of Salisbury's daughter Winifred, concerning her career as a social worker, particularly her 1906 experiences at University Settlement in Milwaukee.

Language: English

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