From Thomas P. Akers to Hamilton Gamble

Title: From Thomas P. Akers to Hamilton Gamble
Creator: Thomas P. Akers
Description: On September 12, 1862, Thomas P. Akers writes from Kansas City, Missouri to Missouri Governor Hamilton Gamble in St. Louis. Akers, a former Missouri Congressmen who opposed secession, states that when he returned to Lexington, Missouri after a year's absence, his wife and children were forcibly removed from their home and his father-in-law was arrested and imprisoned under false charges. Fearing arrest, Akers seeks Gamble's permission to peacefully resolve his affairs in Lexington before leaving the state.
Date original: September 12, 1862
Owning organization: Missouri History Museum
Document Type: letter
Publication Statement: Gamble Papers, B.10 f.3 Sept. 12-30, 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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