In the letter they discuss the recent murder committed by Little Warrior, a Creek Indian. The men believe that Little Warrior "will endeavour to do all the mischief he possibly can as he is now outlawed in his own Country and men out in all...
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 the union representatives ask the congressman not to support the proposed prohibition amendment to the United States constitution: "We urge you to use your influence individually and collectively to prevent the ratification; to...
In the letter the men describe the "widespread unemployment and great misery" affecting the citizens of the state, and they complain that the legislature is not discussing any programs to meet the needs of the poor ("All the so called economy...
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