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Author: Charles Francis AdamsCaleb CushingRufus ChoateSydney Howard GayGeorge LincolnAll authors
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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Correspondence, writs, warrants, reports, contracts, deeds, petitions, maps, military rolls, financial records, and other papers, relating to Hingham, Mass., chiefly 1860-90; together with correspondence, diaries, legal papers, genealogies, commonplace books, account ledgers, and other papers of Hingham families, especially the Lincoln family, including George Lincoln and Solomon Lincoln, who collected historical  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Personal narratives
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Charles Francis Adams; Caleb Cushing; Rufus Choate; Sydney Howard Gay; George Lincoln; Solomon Lincoln; John Davis Long; Frederick Law Olmsted; Joseph Richardson; William Schouler; John Langdon Sibley; Lyman B Whiton; Hingham (Mass.)
OCLC Number: 16828108
Description: 19 boxes, 23 v., and 1 oversize container.

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Correspondence, writs, warrants, reports, contracts, deeds, petitions, maps, military rolls, financial records, and other papers, relating to Hingham, Mass., chiefly 1860-90; together with correspondence, diaries, legal papers, genealogies, commonplace books, account ledgers, and other papers of Hingham families, especially the Lincoln family, including George Lincoln and Solomon Lincoln, who collected historical data on Hingham. Includes material on Capt. Lyman B. Whiton's command of the 3rd Regiment, Massachusetts Volunteer Heavy Artillery at Ft. Berry and Ft. Richardson, Va., and the U.S. Sanitary Commission (1864-66). Correspondents include Charles Francis Adams, Caleb Cushing, Rufus Choate, Sydney Howard Gay, John Davis Long, Frederick Law Olmsted, the Rev. Joseph Richardson, minister of the First Parish, Hingham, Adj. Gen. William Schouler, and John Langdon Sibley.

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