- Volunteer Voices
- Horace Andrews in Memphis, TN to John Eaton in Warner, NH
- Date of Original:
- African Americans--Civil rights
Reconstruction (U.S. history, 1865-1877)--Tennessee
Politics and government
- United States, Tennessee, 35.75035, -86.25027
United States, Tennessee, Shelby County, 35.184, -89.8956
- letters (correspondence)
- Andrews thanks Eaton for his attention towards Andrew`s father. He reports that Callie Eaton and Christina Eaton have left for their trip to New Hampshire. Andrews says that the civil rights bill has created strong prejudice against public schools and fears that a Republican will not be sent to Congress from their district because of loss of Irish support.
The University of Tennessee Libraries (Knoxville, Tennessee) is the digital publisher.
- Metadata URL:
- Original Collection:
- Digital Collection: The Growth of Democracy in Tennessee: A Grassroots Approach to Volunteer Voices
- Contributing Institution:
- University of Tennessee, Knoxville. Special Collections