"African Americans in the War"
In this chapter you learned about the long struggle of brother against brother in the Civil War. African Americans were barred from fighting in the Civil War at first, but then became effective soldiers for the Union army. Union African Americans were eager to join the fight, not only to secure their freedoms, but to ensure the freedoms of those still enslaved in the South.
Destination Title: Black Soldiers in the Civil War
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