In the letter Martin comments on Dellet's rebuke of John Quincy Adams over his recent speech to African American citizens in Pittsburgh: "His expressed wish that the day of blood and carnage might come upon the South by a servile war is I think...
Advertisement for the sale of Milton A. Browder's estate at a "public outcry" auction on February 16, 1860. For sale are about 2,400 acres of land; 50 slaves ("of superior quality, embracing Boys and Girls, single men and women, and families, all...
In the letter Everett urges Milton to cooperate with the governor of Alabama to provide military protection at the saltworks in West Bay, Florida: "The operatives have so long & so often been injured & annoyed by insignificant raids upon their work...
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