article is here) Many years later he would create a set of colored blocks to aide in the study of the fourth dimension, and in 1888 he created the word Tesseraect, apparently while teaching in Japan.
Washington Philosophical Society. Society of Philanthropic Inquiry meeting unexpectedly of a cerebral hemorrhage on April 30, 1907. One source colorfully suggests that his death came when he died suddenly after being asked to give a toast to "female philosophers".
Shortly after his death, a paper of his about baseball was printed, Hinton, Charles, "The Motion of a Baseball", The Yearbook of the Minneapolis Society of Engineers, May 1908, p. 18–28 (I would love a copy of this paper from anyone who might have access.