Sloughter Signing the Death-Warrant

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Colonel Sloughter signing the order to execute two rebels. According to popular lore, Sloughter was against executing the men, but his signature was obtained while he was intoxicated, by enemies of the accused.


David B. Scott A School History of the United States (New York: American Book Company, 1884) 97


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