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 first letter, from the firm of Norris and Keith in Mobile, Alabama, discusses the pending sale and asks Dellet to instruct Colonel Richardson, who will handle the transaction. In the second letter, S. C. Richardson informs Dellet that he...
In the letter Stuckey discusses the slave Warren, whom he had sold to Gibbons the previous year. A physician hired by Gibbons diagnosed the boy with "chronic rheumatism," but Stuckey maintains that he was never ill before the sale. While he will...
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