A letter from a "friend and well wisher" to Governor Miller. J. A. Hendrix congratulates the governor on his performance in office so far and praises him for having great courage. He writes in detail that he agrees with the governor on the "school"...
Resolution from Union des Ouvriers de la Solidarité Économique d'Haiti protesting the Alabama Supreme Court's decision to uphold the execution of the Scottsboro boys and calling for their immediate and unconditional release. They include a...
A letter from Socorro Rojo Internacional, Sección Salvadoreña, Comite Ejecutivo Nacional (the executive national committee of the Salvadoran branch of International Red Aid), demanding the immediate release of the Scottsboro Boys including Eugene...
A letter from a 24 year old African American in Illinois. While he has never traveled South, he explains to Governor Miller that he understands how to reason with the "Southern point of view." He offers to travel to Alabama to argue for the...
In the diary he discusses the battles at Brice's Crossroads and Tupelo; traveling with the regiment's horses through Mississippi and Alabama; and his imprisonment at Camp Chase near Columbus, Ohio. He died in prison on March 18, 1865.
In the letter Ellis discusses the case of Adam Lowry, who was tried and convicted twice, first for stealing a hog and then for stealing a horse. After the second offense Lowry's right hand was branded with the letter "T" and he was put in jail. The...
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