In the diary Nunnelee mentions weather conditions; the planting of crops such as watermelons and cotton; goods he has bought and bills he has paid; letters he has written; community events such as a church fair and a funeral; the birth of his...
In the letter, Mrs. Neill states that "the President of the Alabama Federation of Women's Clubs has been instructed to appoint a committee to visit the mines in which convict labor is employed." She tells Mrs. Toulmin that "the visit is to be made...
Smith, nicknamed "Howling Mad," became the highest ranking officer from Alabama in World War II, attaining the rank of lieutenant general by the end of the war. In the letter he discusses family members and reflects on the future of the war:...
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