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African American soldiers during the Civil War
Study of African Americans' impact on the war. Original letters, images, documents and articles regarding Black soldiers, including training manuals and other primary sources.
101 Regiment U.S. Colored Infantry
Prematurely tested under fire, ex-slaves who made up the 101st Regiment U.S. Colored Infantry, proved to be men of courage. Additional links to Buffalo Soldiers.
62th & 65th Regiments U.S. Colored Infantry
Saga of escaped slave, Sgt. Anderson Davis, and the soldiers who founded Lincoln Institute, later, Lincoln University, Jefferson City, Mo.
Black Soldiers in the Civil War
Offers a history of black units and tips on teaching the material on same.
This staging ground and supply center was also the largest recruiting, mustering, and training center for African American troops (called U.S. Colored Troops) in the Commonwealth of Kentucky and one of the largest in the United States.
Civil War Afro-American Medal of Honor Recipients
Photographs and history of African-American Medal of Honor recipients.
Corps De Afrique Troops
Union regimental histories from The Civil War Archive.
Gans List of Mason County Kentucky Civil War Soldiers (Colored Regiments)
A list of soldiers born in Mason County, Kentucky who enlisted in United States Colored Civil War regiments. Military records and genealogical family or former enslaver information is transcribed as available.
North Carolina U.S. Colored Troops Project
Regimental histories and rosters for many units that served from North Carolina.
Palmito Ranch, Last Battle of the Civil War
The 62nd Regiment U.S. Colored Infantry. Example of a broken gentlemen's agreement.
Written in Glory
1863 seen through letters from the Mass. 54th Regiment. Each day of 2010 presents letters, etc. written that day of 1863. Resources include the roster, maps, etc.
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