During the Civil War, James Hall served as a captain in Company K of the 24th Alabama Infantry regiment. In the letter to his sister, he discusses conditions in camp: " I have now every comfort one could expect in camps. Plenty of clothing,...
Flier discussing the procedure for taking new patients to Bryce Hospital in Tuscaloosa. It also mentions the cost of room and board; items that are permitted ("sufficiency of comfortable clothing" and "remembrances from home") and prohibited...
In the letter Coffee makes a formal statement about a recent interview he had with Governor Gabriel Moore, regarding the conflict between Moore and McKinley. Coffee told Moore that McKinley had, as promised, supported Moore's nephew for the post of...
The Clay Club was formed by the Whig citizens of Dallas County. In the letter Dellet writes that he will be unable to attend the club's upcoming dinner in Selma. He then gives a dismal summary of the nation's political and economic condition, which...
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