During the Civil War, Isaac Morgan served in Company C of the 37th Indiana Infantry Regiment. In the letter he describes fighting the "secesh" in north Alabama. He mentions camp activities and duties in Athens; Union soldiers who were captured and...
Letter from a Southern woman living in New York to Governor Miller. Anne Pierce argues that, whether the Scottsboro Boys are guilty, their treatment in jail is "a relic of medieval torture quite indefensible." She writes that handling the youth in...
A letter from David H. Pierce, president of the Cleveland Branch of the N.A.A.C.P., to Governor Miller. Pierce writes that he has collected a large file on the Scottsboro case, and given all the information, does not believe the boys to be guilty....
A letter from a World War I veteran to Governor Miller. He wonders why African Americans in the United States may fight for justice but receive none at home. He asks the governor to give justice to African Americans.
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