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Edward Courtney Bullock letter, 1860 October 26.

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Creator: Bullock, Edward Courtney, 1822-1861.
Collection number: 1913-z
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Abstract: Alabama lawyer, legislator, and secessionist, whose father came south from Rhode Island. Letter from N. Bullock of Bristol, R.I., to his nephew, E. C. Bullock, concerning slavery, abolitionist opinions in New England, and N. Bullock’s fear that the desire of some southerners to dissolve the Union was motivated by personal ambition.

Repository: Southern Historical Collection

Collection Highlights: The letter gives N. Bullock’s opinions on slavery, abolitionist theories, and New Englanders.

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