The Digital History of Adeline Hutter

Over the course of this semester, I have been interning at Sandusky in conjunction with a Westover Honors Course at Lynchburg College. The class was about the Common Soldier in the Civil War, and our goal was to create a Digital History website using documents and artifacts from Sandusky as well as a new collection about the Bell Family that had not been studied before. Many of the documents we looked at talk about life in Lynchburg just before, during, and following the Civil War. My work at Sandusky fits into this category. I took photographs of each page and then transcribed the journal of Adeline “Ada” Hutter, the Hutter’s daughter who was living at Sandusky in 1864 when the Union ar

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