During the Civil War, Riggs served in Company G of the 27th Mississippi Infantry Regiment. In the letter he briefly discusses the battle of Chickamauga and fighting at Chattanooga, and he mentions that he has not been harmed during the conflicts:...
Thomason exchanged a twenty-four-year-old woman named Angeline for a twenty-three-year-old woman named Alpha. He then sold Alpha to L. G. Dye for $3,000. This copy of the bill was made on April 26, 1869.
A form resolution from employees of Pennsylvania Dye Works responding to the 1933 Decatur trial and claiming the Scottsboro Boys innocence. They ask for the boys' unconditional and immediate release and declare a half-hour work stoppage in protest....
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