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Letter, 9 May 1876, of Daniel Henry Chamberlain
to former U.S. Senator Willard Warner
Letter, 9 May 1876, of D[aniel] H[enry] Chamberlain (1835-1907) to former U.S. Senator W[illar]d Warner voices support for Warner in his efforts "to overthrow the rule of...bad leaders and to give the Republican party in the South a right to ask respectable men to join it and act with it."
A native of Ohio and a Republican, Warner was U.S. Senator from Alabama, 1868-1871. "I wish I could help you more, but I cannot withhold this expression," Chamberlain went on to say. "Go on towards reform, whether you have many or few with you now. Success will come in the end." Governor Chamberlain's letter was written on State of South Carolina Executive Chamber letterhead depicting the State House.
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