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Re: Walker County, AL unionist , Moses Camak 1812- 1873
Posted by: Iris Brown (ID *****8090) Date: July 23, 2005 at 01:17:57
In Reply to: Re: Walker County, AL unionist , Moses Camak 1812- 1873 by M. M. Steele of 780

I am curious about what he or others said to make them change their minds and pay the claim. Is there a (comparatively) brief way to tell us? The one claim I have seen was from E. Tennessee and had statements regarding the assistance provided to Union men, especially those trying to get to Kentucky. I am curious about what was going on in that part of Alabama.

Thanks!


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