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Fri Mar 21 17:05:37 2014 UTClccn-n886659310.00Herald of the fair0.410.96The pilgrim's songs, in the wilderness13892974n 886659312375807lccn-n88665930Burr, Fearingedtcmpnp-seymour, charles winfield scott$1839 1895Seymour, Charles Winfield Scott1839-1895edtnp-bouve, walter lincolnBouvé, Walter Lincolnedtnp-bouve, edward tracyBouvé, Edward Tracyedtnp-hersey, edmundHersey, Edmundedtnp-lincoln, francis henry$1846 1911Lincoln, Francis Henry1846-1911edtlccn-n79072654Long, John Davis1838-1915edtlccn-n79148020Hingham (Mass.)lccn-nr2005028097Bouvé, Thomas T.(Thomas Tracy)1815-1896edtlccn-n89649785Hingham (Mass.).Committee on Soldiers' and Sailors' MonumentLincoln, George1822-1909HistoryBiographyGenealogySourcesMilitary historyPersonal narrativesChurch historyPeriodicalsMassachusetts--HinghamBotanyGeologyRegisters of births, etcSoldiers' monumentsAmerican Civil War (1861-1865)MassachusettsRecordsCemeteriesLincoln, Abraham,Regimental historiesCommerceUnited States Sanitary CommissionReal propertyAgricultural exhibitionsMapsAssociations, institutions, etcUnited StatesCivil warLincoln family1822190918761893323931929.3F74.H6ocn865971357ocn866486937ocn865925413ocn436840505ocn86597658410912ocn003078948book18760.63Burr, FearingThe town of Hingham in the late Civil War : with sketches of its soldiers and sailors : also the address and other exercises at the dedication of the Soldiers' and Sailors' MonumentHistoryBiographyGenealogy958ocn002146590book18930.28Hingham (Mass.)History of the town of Hingham, MassachusettsHistoryBiographyGenealogy873ocn008883939book19820.20Lincoln, GeorgeHistory of the town of Hingham, MassachusettsHistoryBiographyGenealogy172ocn012360851book18210.96Lincoln, GeorgeThe pilgrim's songs, in the wilderness112ocn081889944book19820.24Lincoln, GeorgeHistory of the town of Hingham, Massachusetts, the genealogiesHistoryBiographyGenealogy11ocn062295956mixLincoln, SolomonSolomon and George Lincoln collectionHistoryChurch historyMilitary historyGenealogySourcesPapers relate to Hingham histories, businesses and institutions, churches, clubs and societies, military histories, individuals and families and miscellaneous subjects including cemeteries11ocn016828108mixHingham (Mass.)RecordsHistoryPersonal narrativesCorrespondence, 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 Sibley11ocn436840505serialHerald of the fairPeriodicals11ocn049574779mixLincoln, GeorgeGenealogyTwo volumes of hand written genealogy dating back to 1633. One volume is arranged by individual Lincolns in Massachusetts and gives a brief summary of that persons life, including pertinent dates and lists their children. Specifically discusses ancestry of Abraham Lincoln. The second volume is notes on the Lincoln family. There is a document from a coroner's jury on which Mordecai Lincoln sat in 1693, signed by him. There is a copy of the will of Mordecai Lincoln from 1727. There are also several letters to George Lincoln, 1879-1892, mostly giving family history, and some news clippings regarding the familyFri Mar 21 15:40:40 EDT 2014batch7485