From Hamilton R. Gamble to Abraham Lincoln

Title: From Hamilton R. Gamble to Abraham Lincoln
Description: On September 8, 1862, Missouri Gov. Hamilton R. Gamble writes from St. Louis to President Lincoln. Gamble states that Gen. Lane and Col. Jennison are raising a military force and plan to invade Missouri. Gamble declares that if the invasion is carried out, "I will resist it with all the force I can command and…shall find myself obliged to give the people of Kansas a taste of the evils of war in their own territory." Gamble asks Lincoln to forbid U.S. troops from entering Missouri without permission.
Date original: September 8, 1862
Owning organization: Missouri History Museum
Document Type: government_document
Publication Statement: Gamble Papers, B.10 f.2 June 1-Sept. 12, 1862
Organization location: For more information on using this image, contact the Missouri History Museum at: Lindell and DeBaliviere, P.O. Box 11940, St. Louis, MO 63112, Phone: (314)746-4441, E-mail: emily@mohistory.org Publication, commercial use, or reproduction of this image or the accompanying data requires prior written permission from the the Missouri History Museum. Use of this image also requires that credit be given to the Missouri History Museum.
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