The certificate was issued by a French organization dedicated to honoring soldiers who died fighting in Champagne (Association du Souvenir aux Morts des Armes de Champagne); this document was presented to survivors, however.
A letter from the Cámara del Trabajo del Estado de Nuevo León protesting the Scottsboro Boys' 1931 conviction and demand their release.This letter arrived after the executions were stayed pending the Alabama Supreme Court appeal. Cámara del...
Resolution from Union des Ouvriers de la Solidarité Économique d'Haiti protesting the Alabama Supreme Court's decision to uphold the execution of the Scottsboro boys and calling for their immediate and unconditional release. They include a...
Letter from Comité Mooney-Scottsboro, Section de Lille responding to news of Haywood Patterson's death after a prison revolt. The letter questions the official version of these events, expresses strong doubt about Patterson's conviction based on...
In the passages Pénicaut describes fighting between the French settlers and local Indian tribes (especially the Alibamons); recounts a visit with the Natchez Indians on the Mississippi River, during which he observed the tribe's customs and...
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