In the message Patterson discusses the Freedom Riders who recently entered Monroe, expressing support and sympathy: "I wish to commend you for your strong stand for good law enforcement and the position that you have taken against the so-called...
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...
In the message Patterson discusses the Freedom Riders who recently entered Monroe, North Carolina. He criticizes Kennedy's "encouragement of these lawless groups" and asks him to change his position: "Once again, I call on you to take a public...
In the order Adjutant General Henry Graham gives instructions to the members of the Alabama Army and Air National Guard, regarding the state of martial law that Governor John Patterson declared in Montgomery.
In the letter Durr discusses the attack on the Freedom Riders at the Montgomery Greyhound station and the local reaction to the incident: "It was simply shocking to see the indifference and the actual approval of such brutal violence and I am...
In the letter Barnett thanks Patterson for sending copies of telegrams regarding the Freedom Riders in North Carolina: "It is needless for me to say that I stand ready to cooperate with you and others in any way that I can. You have but to call on...
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