At the start of the Civil War, Dent was a 1st lieutenant of the Eufaula Rifles, which became Company B of the 1st Alabama Infantry; he was eventually promoted to captain and commanded Dent's Battery (formerly Robertson's Battery). In the letter he...
The first letter, from the firm of Norris and Keith in Mobile, Alabama, discusses the pending sale and asks Dellet to instruct Colonel Richardson, who will handle the transaction. In the second letter, S. C. Richardson informs Dellet that he...
The transaction seems to be between Thomas Dugan and Joseph Rivers. In the first letter Dugan writes James W. Goodman of Claiborne, Alabama, asking him to sue Rivers and recover one of the slaves. The statement is signed by all men involved in the...
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