Brief notice about western settlement: "The tide of emigration to California knows no abatement. Ship load after ship load leaves our shores. We rejoice to know that citizens of good character constitute so large a portion of the emigrants."
From July 1862 to November 1863, Crenshaw Hall was adjutant of the 2nd Battalion, Hilliard's Legion. In the letter he argues in favor of conscript laws because "between 16 and 18 the state of Ala alone might recruit a force of at least 15,000...
Letter to the governor condemning the "framed-up evidence" convicting the Scottsboro Boys to death. Percy W. Powles writes that he cannot believe such great athletes as the Crimson Tide, whom he saw play a game against the Cougars, represents an...
Statement issued by James T. Mason, president of the Easonian Seminary, to the "Leaders of the White Race." In it Mason protests the mistreatment of African Americans: "This condition of affairs is becoming serious. Instead of the service rendered...
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