This section contains various accounts about A.P. Hill and the Confederacy
in general. These accounts are almost all taken from the Southern Historical
Society Papers and were written between the end of the War and the very early
20th century. A link on each page will bring you back here, where you can
choose another page or go somewhere else on the site. These accounts are
LONG because I have left them as they appeared in the originial text. Happy
William Palmer - a biographical sketch of
Hill's chief of staff, Colonel William H. Palmer.
Reminiscences of the ANV - A collection of nine
papers written by the Rev. J. William Jones,
chaplin of A.P. Hill's 13th Virginia and later
editor of the SHSP, on the battles of the Seven Days
and Manassas through Cedar Run.
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noted, are copyright 1999-2003 by Jenny Goellnitz. May not be used without
permission. Direct comments, questions, or other inquires here:
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