|rkc100||1860-1861. Letter to R.K. Call from John Fitch regarding Civil War Commencement||text||/fpc/memory/omeka_images/thumbnails/rkcall.jpg
1860-1861. Letter to R.K. Call from John Fitch regarding Civil War Commencement
- 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.
|rkc106||April 13, 1861. Letter to R.K. Call from J.B. Robinson voices Northern opinions regarding secession.||text||/fpc/memory/omeka_images/thumbnails/rkcall.jpg
|rkc034||Three items. 1)Newspaper article regarding Junius. 2). Hand written article voicing against secession. 3).handwritten pages marked 5 and 16.||text||/fpc/memory/omeka_images/thumbnails/rkcall.jpg
Three items. 1)Newspaper article regarding Junius. 2). Hand written article voicing against secession. 3).handwritten pages marked 5 and 16.
- August 17, 1833. Statement by R.K. Call To The People of Florida. Folder contains three articles. FIRST ARTICLE. Written on side is the name James Westcoat, Sr. and correlated to the underlined Junius in the article. It is printed in The Florida Tallahassee a weekly paper. It is a statement concerning a recently printed letter from Junius charging Call with certain improprieties. Refers to an affair between Governor Calliava and Captain Cruz att. SECOND ARTICLE. This article is written against secession (handwritten) around 1860-61. THIRD ARTICLE. One page is marked 5 and one is marked 16. Regarding war expenses and mentions the Missouri Compromise.
|rkc003||Writing Regarding Secession||text||/fpc/memory/omeka_images/thumbnails/rkcall.jpg