Hunt, Carleton, 1836-1921Alternative names
Carleton Hunt (1836-1921) earned his Harvard AB 1856. He was from Louisiana and received a commission as a first lieutenant of artillery from the governor of Louisiana in 1861. He was captured by federal forces but was paroled. He went to New York and wrote a brief memoir there in 1864. He later became a law professor and dean at the University of Louisiana (which is now Tulane University) and a member of the United States Congress.
From the description of Civil War papers of Carleton Hunt, 1861-1864. (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 77065016
|referencedIn||John Jay Chapman additional papers, 1841-1940.||Houghton Library.|
|referencedIn||E. E. Cummings additional papers, 1870-1969.||Houghton Library.|
|referencedIn||Harvard University Archives Photograph Collection: Portraits, ca. 1852-ca. 2004||Harvard University Archives.|
|creatorOf||Hunt, Carleton, 1836-1921. Civil War papers of Carleton Hunt, 1861-1864.||Harvard University, Archives|
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