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Nineteenth Century Freedom Fighters

Author : Bennie J. McRae Jr.
ISBN : 9781439630631
Genre : History
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The 1st South Carolina Volunteers, later the 33rd United States Colored Troops, were the first black unit of the Civil War. Preceding the famous 54th Massachusetts--seen in the film Glory--by one year, these South Carolina slaves turned soldiers were noted for their courage, discipline, and pride, continuing to serve the Union cause even while temporarily disbanded. They fought for years with little or no pay, poor equipment, and constant pressure and abuse from both North and South. This brief history is told mostly through the letters and journals of their commanding officer Lt. Col. Charles T. Trowbridge.

A Yankee Scholar In Coastal South Carolina

Author : James Robert Hester
ISBN : 9781611174977
Genre : History
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New Englander William Allen (1830–1889) is mostly known today as the lead editor of the 1867 anthology Slave Songs of the United States, the earliest published collection of Negro spirituals, and as a distinguished history professor at the University of Wisconsin. During the Civil War, he served from late 1863 through mid-1864 as a member of the “Gideonite band” of businessmen, missionaries, and teachers who migrated to the South Carolina Sea Islands as part of the Port Royal Experiment. After the war, he served as assistant superintendent of schools in Charleston from April through July 1865. Allen kept journals during his assignments in South Carolina in which he recorded events and impressions of about several hundred people, especially ex-slaves, along with fellow Gideonites, Union soldiers and officials, and ex-Confederates. In A Yankee Scholar in Coastal South Carolina, editor James Robert Hester has transcribed Allen’s journals and fully annotated them to create a significant documentary source of information on Civil War South Carolina. Hester notes that Allen’s journals are more than travelogues, as he often analyzed the people, events, and ideas he encountered. In addition to being a competent amateur musician, Allen was a Harvard-trained historian and philologist and brought his impressive skills to his writing. Later in his life he became an eminent professor of history at the University of Wisconsin. Hester’s introductory chapter summarizes Allen’s life from his early childhood in Northborough, Massachusetts, through his education at Harvard, his duties as associate principal of the West Newton (Massachusetts) English and Classical School, and his engagement in the Port Royal Experiment. The introduction also surveys Allen’s essays on the South published in the Christian Examiner during the Civil War and his articles written for The Nation at the war’s end. Two chapters cover Allen’s St. Helena and Charleston journals, respectively, and the book closes with a short epilogue. The work is generously annotated, containing almost 600 endnotes, which amplify Allen’s narrative and complement Allen’s vivid glimpses of coastal South Carolina during the Civil War.

African Americans In Defense Of The Nation

Author : James T. Controvich
ISBN : 9780810874800
Genre : History
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While the role of the African American in American history has been written about extensively, it is often difficult to locate the wealth of material that has been published. African-Americans in Defense of the Nation builds on a long list of early bibliographies concerning the subject, bringing together a broad spectrum of titles related to the African-American participation in America's wars. It covers both military exploits—as African Americans have been involved in every American conflict since the Revolution—and their participation in the homefront support.

Ethnic And Racial Minorities In The U S Military A L

Author : Alexander M. Bielakowski
ISBN : 9781598844276
Genre : History
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This encyclopedia details the participation of individual ethnic and racial minority groups throughout U.S. military history. * More than 300 entries on ethnic and racial minorities in the U.S. military * Perspectives from more than 50 different contributors * Cross-references and books for further reading appended to each entry * Numerous photographs and illustrations bring the experience of ethnic and racial minorities in wartime to life

The First Afro American Honorary Degree Recipient

Author : Joseph R. Washington
ISBN : NWU:35556020186466
Genre : African American clergy
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This text looks at the life of the first African-American honorary degree recipient, Lemuel Haynes.

Books In Print 2009 2010

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ISBN : 0835250210
Genre : Publishers' catalogs
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Stolen Childhood

Author : Wilma King
ISBN : UOM:39015034929599
Genre : Social Science
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This pathbreaking history sheds light on a tragic aspect of slavery--the wretched lives of the millions of children who were forced into the workplace at an early age, subjected to arbitrary plantation authority and punishment, and separated from their families. King draws on a wide range of sources for this exhaustive study, including government records and many unpublished archival materials. Photos.

Ingersoll S Lectures

Author : Robert Green Ingersoll
ISBN : OSU:32435032750341
Genre : Free thought
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Liberators

Author : Lou Potter
ISBN : UOM:39015029174953
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Follows a group of young black soldiers who, in the midst of the fierce racial eruptions of a pre-civil rights America, were called to Europe to fight the Nazis. 35,000 first printing. TV tie-in.

Encyclopedia Of Black America

Author : W. Augustus Low
ISBN : MINN:31951D02749462R
Genre : History
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An exhaustive reference work on the culture and history of Black America provides commentary and exact, factual information ranging from the colonial period to contemporary Black issues and achievements

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