In the passages Lyell describes the physical characteristics of the Tombigbee River and gulf coast in Alabama; discrimination against African Americans in both the North and the South; implications of emancipation for the economic and social...
In the letter the women speak against the proposed suffrage amendment to the United States Constitution. They express their desire to stay out of politics; maintain a safe, patriotic domestic sphere; and respect Southern traditions and...
These documents belonged to Wallace's attorney, J. Kirkman Jackson, who defended him when U.S. Attorney General Robert Kennedy sought an injunction enjoining Wallace from preventing the enrollment of Vivian Malone and David McGlathery at the...
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