In the letter Clay discusses the recent Creek War in Alabama and describes current efforts to permanently remove Indians from the state. (Clay believed that "nothing would restore safety and tranquility, to the inhabitants, but the entire removal...
In the order, issued at the end of the war, Johnston advises the men "to observe faithfully the terms of pacification agreed upon" in order to "secure the comfort of your families and kindred and restore tranquility to our Country." A transcript is...
In the letter Jones refers to recent violence in Birmingham and asks Wallace to restore peace throughout Alabama. He also points out that the Democratic party in the state is not operating according to the principles on which it is based:...
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