In the letter the men discuss the winter clothing that will be needed by the soldiers. They will soon receive money from the Confederate government, which they will send to the society for the purchase of clothes: "The amount of money that we will...
A telegram from the communist Workers Peasants Defense Society to the Governor of Alabama protesting the "unchristian, uncivilized, inhuman" execution of the Scottsboro Boys and demanding their immediate release. This telegram was sent during the...
This passage includes an excerpt of a letter from Daniel Pratt to Dixon Hall Lewis, written September 21, 1847. In the correspondence Pratt, an industrialist in Autauga County, Alabama, says that he considers himself "a permanent Citizen of this...
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