In the letter McGillivray describes a recent meeting of the Creek Indian chiefs and the efforts of the Georgia legislature to take control of Creek lands. He calls on their British allies for support against the Americans: "Georgia and Carolina in...
Campbell served as Governor Clement C. Clay's aide-de-camp during the Second Creek War. In the letter he discusses the progress of the war, reporting that some of the Creek allies "have all quit and gone home, refusing to fight alone the battles of...
In the letter Mrs. Wallace informs Bankhead that female citizens of Alabama are opposed to conscription, and she asks him to vote against the proposed selective service legislation. She argues that the proponents of the draft "show to the world...
In the letter Babcock praises American farmers for increased production during the war, which benefits citizens, soldiers and the Allies. He encloses two General Motors truck advertisements that praise livestock and poultry farmers: "The motor...
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