Thomas Lincoln Casey, Jr.
|Thomas Lincoln Casey, Jr.|
|Born||February 19, 1857
|Died||February 6, 1925 (aged 67)
|Institutions||United States Army|
|Alma mater||United States Military Academy|
|Author abbrev. (zoology)||Casey|
Casey followed in his father's footsteps and attended the United States Military Academy at West Point, New York. He entered the Academy in 1875 and graduated second in his class in 1879 when he was commissioned a 2nd lieutenant in the Corps of Engineers.
He was promoted to 1st lieutenant in June 1881 and to captain in July 1888. In July 1898 he was promoted to major and placed in charge of Mississippi river improvements at St. Louis, Missouri.
In 1906 he was promoted to Lieutenant Colonel. In 1909 he was promoted to colonel and assigned as Engineer Secretary to the Lighthouse Board.
Colonel Casey retired from the Army on November 1, 1912. 
- Casey T. L. 1910-1924. Memoirs on the Coleoptera.
- Casey T. L. 1904. Notes on the Pleurotomidae with description of some new genera and species. Transaction of the Academy of Science of St. Louis, volume 14, number 5, pages 123-170.
- George Washington Cullum (1920). Biographical register of the officers and Graduates U.S. Military Academy.
- Brett Ratcliffe (2007) Univ. Nebraska, Lincoln, Scarab workers--accessed 20 March 2007
- R.G. Aitken (1925). Publications of the Astronomical Society of the Pacific, Vol. 37, No. 219, p.265 (PDF)
- Thos. L. (Thomas Lincoln) Casey Papers
- Works by or about Thomas Lincoln Casey, Jr. at Internet Archive
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