During the war, Thomas Warrick served in the Coosa Home Guards, and he was a private in Company C of the 34th Alabama Infantry. In the letter Martha tells Thomas how much he is missed, and she refers to difficulties at home: "...I am in hopes that...
During the Civil War, Alex served in the 2nd and 3rd Alabama Cavalry. In the letter he briefly discusses his delay while traveling back to his company after furlough ("the flat at the ferry was so slow that I missed the train"), and he mentions a...
During World War I, Moses served as a sergeant in Company A of the 4th Alabama Infantry (which became part of the 167th United States Infantry). In the postcard he mentions that he missed seeing his brother in New York, and he explains that he is...
Strickland would later serve as the staff director for the Alabama Legislative Commission to Preserve the Peace. In the letter he criticizes federal intervention during civil rights demonstrations in the South: "...with callous disregard for state...
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