In the letter Blount reports on the progress of the Georgia-Alabama Survey Commission; although the team is having difficulty finding its next point, his "prospects have brightend" and his "hopes strengthend lately"; the commissioner from Alabama...
In the letter Sanford explains that he has asked Mrs. Hall's husband, Thomas D. Hall, to serve as an assistant surgeon in his regiment: "He can render the country just as much service as surgeon, as he can as Captain of Cavalry. Besides this, his...
In the letter Sanford asks that his brother-in-law be promoted and transferred out of Captain Henry Semple's artillery unit (known as Semple's Battery). Following the letter (which was copied by Semple), are notes regarding the application and a...
In the message Patterson discusses the Freedom Riders who have entered North Carolina, expressing support and sympathy: "I wish to advise you that the people of this state view with alarm the invasion of your state by outside rabble rousers and law...
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