In the letter Green describes his work with the Rhew family. The members have questions about the inheritance rights to several slaves, so Green has suggested that they contact Dellet for legal advice.
In the letter Moore discusses recent legislation regulating the sale and exportation of salt in the state. The law was enacted to provide enough salt for Alabama citizens, but Moore directs Green to allow sales with citizens of Mississippi as well:...
In the letter Green gives instructions about the equipment and supplies to be assigned to each battery, depending on its size. He gives specific numbers (or amounts) of sergeants, buglers, flags, horses, mules, wagons, forage, and ammunition. A...
The report lists the date, recipient, county, and amount of each payment. Vouchers for the money were given to probate judges, who distributed funds to individual families in their counties; the state paid a total of $856,835.50.
A letter from Donald Green condemning the Governor and the culture and history of the South, while arguing that the facts in the Scottsboro case do not indicate any guilt on behalf of the Scottsboro Boys.
The booklet begins by explaining the importance of victory gardens: "Food is always a vital weapon of war, but this year the demands are greater than even before. We must have Victory Gardens--better Victory Gardens--and larger Victory Gardens than...
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