From George W. Dietzler to Charles Robinson

Title: From George W. Dietzler to Charles Robinson
Description: George W. Dietzler writes on April 16, 1861 from Lawrence, Kansas, to Kansas Gov. Charles Robinson. Dietzler declares that “Old Abe has decided ‘to put his foot down firmly’ against the ‘Confederate government,’” and suggests that Robinson offer 1000 or more Kansas troops to support Lincoln. He writes, “We must be ready for war—all Lawrence will enlist at short notice. Heaven grant that peace may not be restored until the disease is effectively & permanently cured.”
Date original: April 16, 1861
Owning organization: Kansas Historical Society
Document Type: letter
Publication Statement: Private Papers of Charles and Sara T.D. Robinson, Robinson Coll.
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