D. H. Hill Letters
Scope and Contents
Letters written by D. H. Hill of the 46th North Carolina Infantry Regiment to an unidentified addressee and to Nancy C[aroline?] Nance expressing affection and describing the Battle of Bristoe Station.
- Creation: 1863 September-October
- Hill, D. H. (Person)
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D. H. Hill served with the 46th North Carolina Infantry Regiment. This is not the Daniel Harvey Hill who was a Confederate general.
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This collection's previous identifier was Mss. 82s H55.
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