In the letter Walker argues that the removal of the Creek Indians has been delayed by the chief Hopoethleyahola (Opothleyaholo) and not by the merchants who have been contracted to provide them with supplies for their journey: "we have agents...
In the letter Blount informs Sherman of an upcoming Union invasion of Mobile, "which if successful, must give the enemy control of all South Alabama." Blount has been authorized to gather slaves and mules from the nearby saltworks to finish...
Persons writes on behalf of the national office in Washington, D.C., to ask for information about the availability of electricity to farms in Colbert County. Yarbrough wrote his answers to the four questions directly on the letter and sent the page...
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