The letter gives details about family members, the education of the Haynes children, and economic difficulties. The writers also discuss views on slavery: "Your intimations in your last letter relative to your ever saying anything to me or us, upon...
In the letter the men ask the governor to intervene on behalf of the Republicans in Calhoun County, who have been threatened and shunned because of their political views. They describe the threats and hostilities, including those against African...
A letter, inspired from a religious dream, sent to Governor Miller. Norma H. Hargrave begs the governor in God's name not to persecute the Scottsboro Boys unless he is absolutely positive of their guilt. She describes her dream, and asks him to...
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