Caller was living in Washington County of the Mississippi Territory (later the Alabama Territory) when the Murphees hired him "to take two Negros Namely Remus & Frank which Thomas Bates and others stold away from us." [Original spelling retained.]
Advertisement for merchandise available at A. M. Salomon's Cigar Divan in Mobile, Alabama: "Just received, per sailing vessel, a fine assortment of nautical instruments, namely: marine opera glasses, spy-glasses, compasses, &c., &c., &c. Also, a...
In the letter Hill, director of the League's Department of Industrial Relations, encourages Governor Miller to give African Americans employment opportunities in the public works projects that will be funded through recent federal legislation: "It...
A letter to Governor Miller that asks him to use his influence to give the Scottsboro Boys a just trial. Luke Osburn writes that he does not criticize the state of Alabama and he is not particularly interested in the Scottsboro Boys themselves, but...
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