[Printed patriotic stationery featuring an image of Henry Clay]

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Title
[Printed patriotic stationery featuring an image of Henry Clay]
Date
1861 [November 13]
Notes
"If Kentucky tomorrow unfurls the banner of resistance, I never will fight under that banner, I owe a paramount allegiance to the whole Union-a subordinate on to my own State.-Henry Clay in the Senate, 1850."
[James M. Hughes] AMs to Elisabeth Barnett, [November 13,] 1861. [Camp Nevin, KY]. From a collection of papers consisting of the family letters of Elisabeth Fisher along with financial records, photographs, ephemeral items, and eight miscellaneous items. The most common themes of the letters are family news and finances, fashion, religion, courtship, marriages, deaths, and opinions about the Civil War.
Collection Creator
Fisher, Elisabeth Barnett, b. 1839.
ID
4767
Repository
William L. Clements Library
Date Added/Updated
2018-04-10 15:14:30

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