A letter from a distant relative of Robert E. Lee to Governor Miller. The sender is ashamed to have any relationship to the South at all, as she abhors "injustice and oppression of any kind." She writes that education and culture do great things...
A letter from Donald Green condemning the Governor and the culture and history of the South, while arguing that the facts in the Scottsboro case do not indicate any guilt on behalf of the Scottsboro Boys.
Before he assumed the position of county superintendent in October 1917, Feagin investigated the local schools to assess their conditions and needs: "The observations of the physical equipment made while on my visits to the schools for whites were...
In the letter Powell explains that he has moved from Huntsville to Franklin County near Tuscumbia and Florence ("they are even now places of great trade and considerable importance but are waging an eternal war against each other - which will...
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