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A photograph of Lewis Byram Hull in his 11th Ohio cavalry uniform. On November 2, 1861, Hull enrolled in the 60th Ohio volunteer infantry. He served in the Virginia campaign until his division surrendered to General Jackson at Harpers Ferry, September 15, 1862. He was mustered out with his regiment on November 19, 1862, under parole not to reenlist in the Civil War. On February 2, 1864, he enlisted in the 11th Ohio cavalry and served with this regiment in the Indian campaigns until he was mustered out with his regiment at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas on July 14, 1866. He eventually settled near El Dorado in Butler County, Kansas. Hull's diary was edited by Myra E. Hull and published in the Kansas Historical Quarterly, Vol. VII, 1938, page 3. The edited diary is titled Soldiering on the High Plains, The Diary of Lewis Byram Hull, 1864-1866.

Date: 1864

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Item Number: 219382
Call Number: B Hull, Lewis B *2
KSHS Identifier: DaRT ID: 219382

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