From Thomas C. Fletcher to "Col."

Title: From Thomas C. Fletcher to "Col."
Description: On March 19, 1866, Missouri Gov. Thomas C. Fletcher writes from the Executive Department in Jefferson City, Missouri to "Col." Fletcher reports that Jim Anderson and his men are in Franklin, Howard County, Missouri, and writes, "If they can be captured or killed it would be the best thing for the state I know of." Fletcher believes a platoon would be sufficient for this task, and urges the "Col." to "take hold of the matter."
Date original: March 19, 1866
Person: Thomas Fletcher
Document Type: government_document
Publication Statement: Thomas Clement Fletcher (1827-1899) Letter (K0220), f.1
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