In the letter Gaines expresses concerns he and Colonel William Barnett have setting the boundary lines between the United States and Indian land, as outlined in the Treaty of Fort Jackson: "Colonel Barnett and myself had set out with a view to...
In the letter Rucker writes about his long friendship with Barnett: "You don't know, my dear friend, how much pleasure it gives me to bear testimony to your fidelity and courage as a Confederate Soldier. You were nearer to me, some how or other,...
In the letter Barnett thanks Patterson for sending copies of telegrams regarding the Freedom Riders in North Carolina: "It is needless for me to say that I stand ready to cooperate with you and others in any way that I can. You have but to call on...
In the letter Long discusses federal intervention during the integration of the University of Mississippi, and he explains that this has discouraged support for the Democratic Party in his area. He commends Wallace for backing Mississippi Governor...
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