In the letter Gilmer informs Blount that the state-owned slaves ("public hands") who are working for him on the Oconee River should be taken to Milledgeville, Georgia, where they will be put to work on "the improvement of the roads and rivers in...
In the letter Gilmer informs Blount that Richard K. Hines has been appointed as a state agent to investigate the association and "to collect the public money in your hands & to receive of you the public property." He encloses the recent legislative...
In the first letter, written June 11, 1919, Gilmer pledges his support for Underwood in the next election; expresses his disapproval of President Wilson, especially regarding the League of Nations; and criticizes the method of ratifying the recent...
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