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Diary of William Heyser


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About the Electronic Version:

Franklin County: Diary of William Heyser (1862-1863)
Heyser, William

Creation of machine-readable version:
Valley Staff
Conversion to TEI.2-conformant markup:
Amy Murrell

Text ID number: FD1004

Size: 111 kilobytes

Created: 1998

Copyright 1998 by the Rector and Visitors of the University of Virginia

Publicly accessible

Note: This transcribed version contains only volume 8 of the William Heyser Diary, covering the dates from September 1862 to July 1863. Those interested in entries from the 1850s should consult the Papers Read Before the Kittochtinny Historical Society (1971-1978). Obvious typographical errors have been corrected. Parenthetical notes by William S. Bowers have been changed to footnotes. There is some misnumbering of the dates. It is unclear if this originates in the handwritten diary or in the Kittochtinny transcribed version. These dates have been corrected where they can be corroborated with other information. For example, "MARCH 21 Sabbath," a Friday, has been changed to "MARCH 23 Sabbath," a Sunday. Some entries with duplicate dates remain.

Revisions to the electronic version: June 2001: Susanna Michele Lee,
Proofread against the transcribed version in the Papers Read Before the Kittochtinny Historical Society (1971-1978), vol. 14.
January - July 2008: Scholarly Resources migration staff, University of Virginia Library,
Converted markup (originally TEI Lite) to comply with the UVa Library TEI DTD (uva-dl-tei).


About the Print Version:

Diary of William Heyser
William Heyser

Source copy consulted: William Heyser Diary, Papers Read Before the Kittochtinny Historical Society (1971-1978), vol. 14 (Mercersburg, Penn.: Mercersburg Printing).

The Valley of the Shadow: Two Communities in the American Civil War

Used with permission from Kittochtinny Historical Society, Chambersburg, Pennsylvania

Originally Created: 1862-09-29 - 1863-10-26



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