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1842 Letter to Mrs. Ellen Kirkman from R. K. Call

1842 Letter to Mrs. Ellen Kirkman from R. K. Call

Date
1842
Description
No date. Letter from R.K. Call to Ellen Kirkman. Relates information regarding children, Ellen's schooling and politics.
Collection
1844. Robert Gamble's accounts of Seminole Indian War Tales three incidents.

1844. Robert Gamble's accounts of Seminole Indian War Tales three incidents.

Date
1844
Description
1844. Robert Gamble's accounts of three incidents related to the Seminole Indian War.
Collection
1849. Letter to George W. Crawford, Secretary of War from Benjamin Whitener and L.A. Thompson letter outlines the Seminole Wars and actions taken by previous government.

1849. Letter to George W. Crawford, Secretary of War from Benjamin Whitener and L.A. Thompson letter outlines the Seminole Wars and actions taken by previous government.

Date
1849
Description
1849. Latter to George W. Crawford, Secretary of War from Benjamin Whitner and L.A. Thompson, charged by Gov. Brown. Letter explains and outline the Seminole and the actions taken by previous government. Removal of Indians.
Collection
1860-1861. Article about abolition of slavery.

1860-1861. Article about abolition of slavery.

Date
1860
Description
1860 or 1861. Article about abolition of slavery.
Collection
1860-1861. Letter to R.K. Call from John Fitch regarding Civil War Commencement

1860-1861. Letter to R.K. Call from John Fitch regarding Civil War Commencement

Date
1860
Description
Three pages, booths sides written in 1860 or 1861. Letter to R. K. Call from John Fitch regarding the Civil War Commencement. "I thank you and Mrs. Laug for the paper pamphlet containing your address. I have as a matter of course perused it carefully and say that it is all that we are the North could wish you to say. In all probability in a few days, the mails in most of the cotton states will be discontinued or stopped for various reasons. I very much fear you may never receive this letter. I'll say to you a few things which you can ponder on. 1st the Election of Lincoln if rightly understood was the South's a source of much prosperity for these reasons: it is universal not a thousand men in this State justify South Carolina in secession any way the men who were the hottest opponents of Lincoln are ready to give their thousands to support the government to sustain the Union anyway.
Collection
1860-1861. Letters to  People of Florida and Editions of the Floridian

1860-1861. Letters to People of Florida and Editions of the Floridian

Date
1860
Description
1860 or 1861. Letters to people of Florida and editors of the Floridian.
Collection
1861-1862. Note by Ellen Call Long regarding Lincoln's troops repulsed at Harper's Ferry.

1861-1862. Note by Ellen Call Long regarding Lincoln's troops repulsed at Harper's Ferry.

Date
1861
Description
1861 or 1862. Note by Ellen Call Long saying that Lincoln's troops had been repulsed at Harper's Ferry. More like a bulletin she had pulled from somewhere. She notes at end of statement The almighty is with us. Her note: Exceedingly doubtful. ECL
Collection
1861. Letter to John S. Littell from R.K. Call

1861. Letter to John S. Littell from R.K. Call

Date
1861-03-18
Description
Lake Jackson, March 18, 1861. Letter to John S. Littell from R.K. Call
Collection
1862-1865 Newspaper clippings

1862-1865 Newspaper clippings

Date
1862
Description
1862-1865 Newspaper clippings
Collection
1862-1865: Account of Nicholas Ware Eppes

1862-1865: Account of Nicholas Ware Eppes

Date
1862
Description
1862-1865. Account of Nicholas Ware Eppes
Collection
Identifier Title Type Subject Thumbnail
rkc0701842 Letter to Mrs. Ellen Kirkman from R. K. Call text/fpc/memory/omeka_images/thumbnails/rkcall.jpg
rkc0741844. Robert Gamble's accounts of Seminole Indian War Tales three incidents.text/fpc/memory/omeka_images/thumbnails/rkcall.jpg
rkc0851849. Letter to George W. Crawford, Secretary of War from Benjamin Whitener and L.A. Thompson letter outlines the Seminole Wars and actions taken by previous government.text/fpc/memory/omeka_images/thumbnails/rkcall.jpg
rkc1011860-1861. Article about abolition of slavery.text/fpc/memory/omeka_images/thumbnails/rkcall.jpg
rkc1001860-1861. Letter to R.K. Call from John Fitch regarding Civil War Commencementtext/fpc/memory/omeka_images/thumbnails/rkcall.jpg
rkc1021860-1861. Letters to People of Florida and Editions of the Floridiantext/fpc/memory/omeka_images/thumbnails/rkcall.jpg
rkc1081861-1862. Note by Ellen Call Long regarding Lincoln's troops repulsed at Harper's Ferry.text/fpc/memory/omeka_images/thumbnails/rkcall.jpg
rkc1051861. Letter to John S. Littell from R.K. Calltext/fpc/memory/omeka_images/thumbnails/rkcall.jpg
rkc1171862-1865 Newspaper clippingstext/fpc/memory/omeka_images/thumbnails/rkcall.jpg
rkc1211862-1865: Account of Nicholas Ware Eppes text/fpc/memory/omeka_images/thumbnails/rkcall.jpg
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