From J. Locke Hardeman to George R. Smith

Title: From J. Locke Hardeman to George R. Smith
Description: On June 10, 1855, J. Locke Hardeman writes from Saline County, Missouri to George R. Smith in Georgetown, Missouri. Hardeman asserts that he differs "very widely" from Smith in his opinion on the Kansas question. "If Kansas be settled by Abolitionists," Hardeman asks, "can Missouri remain a slave state? If Missouri goes by the board what will become of Kentucky[,] Maryland, Virginia?...I know that Abolition & Union can not stand together."
Date original: June 10, 1855
Owning organization: Missouri History Museum
Document Type: letter
Publication Statement: Smith Papers, 1855
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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