Correspondence; Fathers; Children; Abolitionists; Civil Wars; War
Correspondence from John G. Latta of Boston to his father, John Latta, of Dyersburg, Tennessee. In this four-page letter, he states that if Tennessee secedes, "the only channel of communication now left will be closed, and we cannot commicate with...
Correspondence; Children; Families; Civil Wars; War
Correspondence from John G. Latta to his brother, Samuel R. Latta. The four-page letter mentions John G. Latta's intention to move home to Tennessee. It also mentions that Southern sympathizers are being targeted in New England.