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Title: Amos T. Akerman to C. H. Prince, 22 August 1871

Date: August 22, 1871

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Aug. 22, 1871.

C. H. Prince, Esq.

Postmaster,

Augusta, Geo.

Sir:

I have received a letter dated Twiggs Co., and signed Wm. Gibson, who asks whether protection can be afforded against the Ku Klux.

I enclose an answer to him and wish you to deliver it, if he calls at your office, or if you otherwise know him. He does not give a Post Office address, but says that he will soon be in Augusta, and desires an early reply.

Very respectfully,

A. T. Akerman,

Attorney General.


Wm. Gibson
Geo.


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