Caller was living in Washington County of the Mississippi Territory (later the Alabama Territory) when the Murphees hired him "to take two Negros Namely Remus & Frank which Thomas Bates and others stold away from us." [Original spelling retained.]
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...
Following the May 1963 civil rights demonstrations in Birmingham, Alabama, the State of Alabama asked the Supreme Court to prevent the federal government "from deploying troops of the Armed Forces in the State of Alabama to suppress domestic...
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