Letter From Captain W.T. Hill, April 1, 1864
Scope and Contents
The materials in this collection are composed of two boxes.
Box 1 is composed of Charles Lee Hill's scrapbook and photographs of the musical group "The Houstonians."
Box 2 is composed of biographical materials and photographs about Charles Lee Hill's life and music career. As well as biographical materials about his grandfather W.T. Hill's life and time spent in the American Civil War as a Confederate officer.
- April 1, 1864
1 Sheets (In file 3 of folder 1 of box 2.) : Photocopy material from the Library of Congress. The text is in cursive.
Language of Materials
The letter was written by Captain W.T. Hill of Company D of the 5th Texas Regiment to the head of the 5th Texas Regiment on April 1, 1864. In two separate incidents, Captain W.T. Hill explains the capture of scouts from his regiment and equipment. The letter provides a list of equipment and the amount taken.
The two incidents were "on or about" March 6, 1864, and "on or about" February 23, 1864.
- 5th Texas Regiment
- Charles Lee Hill Collection
- Charles Lee Hill-- Family
- Civil War Regiments
- Confederate States of America
- Confederate States of America-- Army-- 5th Texas Infantry Regiment
- Confederate States of America-- Army-- Hood's Texas Brigade
- Hill, W.T.
- Hood's Texas Brigade
- Prisoner of War
- United States - History - Civil War, 1861-1865