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John A. Whetstone, Pratville, Ala[bama], to Thomas Ritchie, Washington City, D.C., 1850 June 5

 File — Box: 11, Folder: 688
Identifier: id112482

Scope and Contents

High regard felt for Ritchie; comments recieved by Whetstone on a letter he sent to a member of Congress; mention of the Nashville Convention; effect of Ritchie's relation with Burke; belief that passage of the Wilmot Proviso would lead to disunion. conclusions reached by Whetstone in regard to the South's political relations with the North. 5 pp. ALS.


  • Creation: 1850 June 5


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From the Collection: 6.50 Linear Feet

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Part of the Special Collections Research Center Repository