In the letter Clay discusses Creek Indians who have escaped from removal camps and are hiding in their old territory: "It is...impossible to ascertain satisfactorily how many of these deluded savages, are still lurking within our limits, but I am...
The charge gives the details of the conflict between the C.S.S. Alabama and the U.S.S. Kearsarge, which took place around June 19, 1864. According to Welles, Semmes raised a white surrender flag, but escaped before he could be arrested, "for the...
Tindell had been sentenced to 7 to 9 years for burglary, but he "escaped en route to Belle Ellen Prison." The poster includes images of Tindell; gives physical and biographical details about the prisoner; and offers a $50 reward for his return. See...
In the letter Vincent discusses air raid warning signals and blackout drills ("prisoner of war camps are not allowed to participate in practice blackouts"), and he briefly describes the camp's plan for dealing with escaped prisoners. Because of...
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