Freedom's Journey: African American Voices of the Civil War by Donald Yacovone, Charles Fuller
By Donald Yacovone, Charles Fuller
The lads and ladies represented during this publication had the intense chance of witnessing the tip of a 200-year fight for freedom: the Civil struggle. collected listed below are the stirring tales of many African american citizens together with slaves who continued their final years of servitude ahead of escaping from their masters, squaddies who fought for the liberty in their brethren and for equivalent rights, and newshounds who lined the defeat in their oppressors. those African American voices contain the nice abolitionist Frederick Douglass at the which means of the conflict; Martin R Delany on his assembly with Lincoln to realize permission to elevate a military of African american citizens; Susie King Taylor on her existence as laundress and nurse to a Union regiment within the deep South; Elizabeth Keckley, Mary Todd Lincoln's seamstress, on Abraham Lincoln's trip to Richmond after its fall; Elijah P Marrs on emerging from slave to Union sergeant whereas struggling with for his freedom in Kentucky; letters from black infantrymen to black newspapers; and lots more and plenty extra. every one testimony is gifted unabridged, permitting the total flavour of those voices to be heard, and every is supplemented with introductions and notes that supply wealthy context.
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