From June 1862 to November 1863, Bolling Hall, Jr., was lieutenant colonel of the 2nd Battalion, Hilliard's Legion. In the letter he describes his own somber feelings about the war: "I believe the anticipation of the time when peace again shall...
In the letter he discusses the death of his sister and the possibility that more relatives will die before the end of the war: "This again is a severe trial for us to undergo. And how soon will it be before some one else of the family will go the...
Letter from a "working woman," who is affiliated with the International Labor Defense, to Governor Miller. The sender recognizes that the Southern ruling class uses racism and rape accusations to divide the white and black working class so that...
The letter asks Wallace to reconsider his opposition to the integration of the University of Mississippi. The author argues that racial strife will harm the nation ("What more could Russia ask?") and urges the new governor to enter office with a...
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