The first item is a letter from Senator Buford, in which he discusses sectional division over the issues of territorial expansion and slavery; he suggests a convention of the Southern states to address the "impending results of the northern...
This assembly of the Alabama Democrats plans to send delegates to the Democratic National Convention in Baltimore, despite the withdrawal of the state's delegation from the earlier meeting in Charleston: "There is a vacancy in the Delegation of...
From November 1863 through the end of the Civil War, Bolling Hall, Jr., was colonel of the 59th Alabama Infantry regiment. The pass stipulates that he must not "communicate in writing or verbally, for publication, any fact ascertained, which, if...
This publication includes articles on issues of interest to Klansmen, such as foreign-born citizens in the government; freemasonry; God and America; alien employment and deportation; and the rules and activities of the organization. The...
The meeting took place in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. The "Americanism" creed is printed on the front of the program: "Americanism is an unfailing love of country; loyalty to its institutions and ideals; eagerness to defend it against all enemies;...
In this letter to his former personal secretary, Boykin thanks him for his loyalty and hard work, recalls experiences they shared, and gives news of mutual acquaintances. Lucas worked with Boykin for over fifty years.
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