The letter gives the Indians' response to the proclamation Clay issued to the Creek chiefs. They express disappointment at the behavior of the warring Indians but then describe their own amiable relations with white settlers, mentioning, however,...
In the letter Marks acknowledges receipt of payment from Hall, whose daughter, Mary Louisa, attends the school. He also mentions that while "Lou is a superior child intellectually...she will require great attention to physical exercise; for her...
In the letter Wallis, a field worker for the Home Mission Board of the Southern Baptist Convention, criticizes the recent activities of the Ku Klux Klan in Alabama and encourages the governor to intervene: "Alabama is getting black marks that I...
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