In the letter Cash describes a potential duel between James D. Westcott and Thomas Baltzell. Accompanying the letter is a document (both original and transcript) establishing rules for the duel, as well as date and place.
In the diary he describes the treatment of victims of injuries, sickness, and wounds during the war, concentrating especially on his treatment of Chief Osceola. He also notes the cause of death of many soldiers and Native Americans, and he...
Most of the letters are handwritten copies, which are often faded and difficult to read. Many report on the daily operations of the company. Other topics include supply, labor, and shipping problems; the price and quality of the coke; the output of...
About a third of the letters are handwritten, and the rest are typed; some of the handwritten copies are faded and difficult to read. Many of the letters report on the daily operations of the company. Other topics include supply, labor, and...
The Alabama Commission had asked President and Mrs. Roosevelt to attend the dedication of the Alabama Mineral Exhibit and Vulcan statue in the Mines Palace at the World's Fair. The letter regretfully declines the invitation.
Much of the correspondence is concerned with different coal properties in Alabama and Tennessee that were available for investment. There are also letters from people wanting information on the quality of coal at different mines. Letters from John...
A letter to Governor Miller. Kassen assures Governor Miller that people in Iowa, and people outside of the Southeast in general, want to see the Scottsboro Boys hanged, though the United States Supreme Court has ordered a retrial. He hopes that...
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