In the letter Lapsley discusses the foundry in Selma that might be purchased by the Confederate government; he mentions that Francis Strother Lyon, an Alabama representative in the Confederate Congress, approves of the plan.
In the memorandum a representative from the Alabama Department of Labor gives details about the conflict and subsequent resolution. The workers were striking for shorter work days and higher pay; the Highway Department approved an increase in ...
This song, a collaborative work by Boykin and two other men, sets the representative's favorite saying to music. Boykin spoke, wrote, and shouted it, so it was appropriate for him to sing "Everything is made for love" as well.
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