Levi Hines papers  ca. 1839-1864
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Additional Descriptive Data

Subject Index
Absence without leave.
  • 1862 September 3
Balls (Parties)
  • 1863 November 30-December 8
Brothers.
  • 1863 November 7
Brothers--Death.
  • 1865 January 4
Camps (Military)--District of Columbia.
  • 1863 October 11-15
  • 1864 May 10
Caps.
  • 1862 October 23
  • 1862 December 18-19
Cemeteries--District of Columbia.
  • 1863 February 1-6
  • 1863 May 3-8
Civilians--Virginia--Civil War, 1861-1865.
  • 1862 October 10
Cold Harbor, Battle of, 1864.
  • 1864 June 4
  • 1864 June 5
  • 1864 June 12
Conduct of life.
  • n.d.
Cookery (Beans)
  • 1864 March 5
Cookery, Military.
  • 1862 September 21
Courtship--Vermont.
  • 1862 September 30
Death.
  • [1860] September 9
  • 1863 February 1-6
  • 1863 August 7-15
Deserters, Military.
  • 1864 February 25-March 4
  • 1864 March 4
Dodge, Augusta A.
  • 1863 October 3-4
Draft Riot, New York, N.Y., 1863.
  • 1863 July 15-17
Draftees.
  • 1863 August 16-17
  • 1864 February 13
Draft--Vermont.
  • 1863 August 2
  • 1863 August 16-17
Drill and minor tactics.
  • 1863 June 22-23
  • 1864 February 19
Duty.
  • 1864 May 10
Emancipation Proclamation.
  • 1862 September 26
Firearms.
  • 1863 August 7-15
Food.
  • 1862 October 2
  • 1863 November 7
  • 1864 January 25
  • 1864 June 12
Fort Lincoln (D.C.)
  • 1862 September 21
Fort Slemmer (D.C.)
  • 1864 May 10
Fraud.
  • 1864 March 4
Garrison duty--District of Columbia.
  • 1863 January 19
  • 1864 January 25
  • 1864 April 19-21
Glory.
  • 1864 May 10
Guard duty--District of Columbia.
  • 1862 September 18
  • 1863 May 19-21
  • 1863 September 23
  • 1863 December 29-1864 January 11
Happiness.
  • n.d.
Hines, Levi, ca.1839-1864.
  • 1865 January 4
Jaundice.
  • 1862 November 22
Lice.
  • 1864 March 5
Lincoln, Abraham, 1809-1865.
  • 1863 August 7-15
Malingering.
  • 1864 February 25-March 4
Marches--Virginia.
  • 1864 June 18
Mortars.
  • 1863 June 22-23
Mothers--Death.
  • [1860] September 9
Patriotism.
  • 1863 September 8-12
  • 1864 May 10
Petersburg (Va.)--History--Siege, 1864.
  • 1864 June 18
Picket duty--District of Columbia.
  • 1863 February 22-26
  • 1863 February 26
Popcorn.
  • 1863 March 27-28
Prices--Vermont.
  • 1862 September 5
Prisoners of War.
  • 1863 October 6-7
  • 1864 July 29
Promiscuity.
  • 1864 April 23
Prostitution.
  • 1863 May 3
Sabbath.
  • 1863 October 11-15
  • 1864 June 12
Sexual ethics.
  • 1863 May 3
Slavery.
  • 1862 September 26
  • 1862 November 16
  • 1864 May 10
  • n.d.
Smallpox.
  • 1863 March 8-11
  • 1863 May 3-8
Soldiers.
  • 1863 December 29-1864 January 11
Soldiers--Alcohol use.
  • 1862 October 2
Soldiers--Death.
  • 1864 June 12
Target practice.
  • 1863 June 22-23
  • 1864 March 5
Temperance.
  • 1862 November 16
Thanksgiving day.
  • 1863 November 27
United States. Army--Barracks and quarters.
  • 1863 November 30-December 8
United States. Army--Chaplains.
  • 1862 September 21
United States. Army--Inspection.
  • 1863 October 27-29
United States. Army--Invalid Corps.
  • 1864 February 1
United States. Army--Leaves and furloughs.
  • 1864 April 10
United States. Army--Officers.
  • 1863 June 22-23
United States. Army--Reenlistment.
  • 1864 April 19-21
United States Capitol (Washington, D.C.)
  • 1863 November 30-December 8
United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--Health aspects.
  • 1863 February 1-6
  • 1864 January 25
United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--Hospitals.
  • 1863 August 3
  • 1863 August 7-15
United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--Medical care.
  • 1863 April 15
Vice.
  • 1863 May 3
War--Psychological aspects.
  • 1864 June 12
Whiskey.
  • 1863 August 24
Women.
  • 1863 August 16-17
Women--District of Columbia.
  • 1862 September 28
Youth.
  • n.d.