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This essay, written by Carl Guarneri and Alyssa Sisco Ginn, is a biography of Edward Hill with highlights from his 1864 diary.
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Guarneri, Carl, and Sisco Ginn, Alyssa. "When Will the End Come?": Captain Edward Hill and the 16th Michigan Volunteers in Grant's Virginia Campaign. Civil War Diary of Captain Edward Hill. Rare Book and Manuscript Collections, Saint Mary’s College of California. 2009. [https://www.stmarys-ca.edu/library/the-civil-war-diary-of-edward-hill].
Guarneri, Carl and Ginn, Alyssa Sisco, ""When Will the End Come?": Captain Edward Hill and the 16th Michigan Volunteers in Grant's Virginia Campaign" (2009). Civil War Diary of Captain Edward Hill (transcription). 1.
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