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Black Union soldiers in the Civil War /

by Hondon B. Hargrove.

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Author: Hargrove, Hondon B.
Published: Jefferson, N.C. : McFarland, 1988.
Topics: | African American soldiers - Civil War, 1861-1865. | Sezessionskrieg | Soldat | United States. Army - African American troops - History - 19th century. | United States. Army - History - Civil War, 1861-1865. | États-Unis. Army - Troupes négro-américaines - Histoire - 19e siècle. | États-Unis. Army - Histoire - Guerre de Sécession, 1861-1865. | Schwarze, ...
Regions: United States - History - Civil War, 1861-1865 - Participation, African American. | États-Unis - Histoire - 1861-1865 (Guerre de Sécession) - Participation des Noirs américains. | United States. | United States - Military history - Civil War, 1861-1865 - Minorities. | USA - Nordstaaten | Schwarze.
Genres: Nonfiction. | History.
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This Is a White Man's War -- Suddenly, War -- Call to Arms -- Freedmen Spurned -- Partial Acceptance by the Confederacy -- Southern Negroes as Confederate Soldiers -- Mobilization for War: 1861 -- Manpower Needs -- No Negroes Need Apply -- The Union's Grand Plan -- Heavy Fighting -- The Door Stands Slightly Ajar: 1862 -- The Winds of Change Blow -- The Congress Acts -- The Army Opens the Door -- The President Opens the Door -- Hunter's South Carolina Regiment -- The Kansas Regiments -- The Louisiana Native Guard Regiments -- And So It Came to Pass -- The Emancipation Proclamation: 1863 -- Meaning and Effect -- Recruitment and Organization Begins -- Help from the Army -- The Corps d'Afrique -- The Bureau for Colored Troops -- Free School for Military Tactics--Colored Troops -- Black Soldiers Prove Themselves Men: 1863 -- Field Operations -- New Learning Experiences -- Shared Battles -- Shared Victories and Defeats -- The Battle of Port Hudson -- The Battle of Milliken's Bend -- The Battle of Fort Wagner -- Total Commitment: 1864 -- New Confidence in Black Soldiers -- Major Battles -- The Battle of Olustee ("Ocean Pond") -- The Alleged "Massacre" at Fort Pillow -- General Grant's Plan -- The Battle of Wilson's Wharf Landing (Fort Powhatan) -- The Battle of Petersburg -- The Battle of the Crater -- The Battle of Chaffin's Farm -- The Battle of Athens, Alabama -- Black Soldiers in the Final Year: 1865 -- The Black Flag -- The End of the Siege of Petersburg -- The Fall of Richmond -- The Last Battle of the War.
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