Blacks in the Army

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American History

 

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March 13, 2015

 

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Fredrick Douglass, a powerful black leader in New York, saw the Civil War as a road to emancipation for the slaves. Although known as the 'Great Emancipator,' Lincoln also thought that blacks were inferior to whites in battle. There were doubts about this group from the beginning. Blacks were to receive $10 a month and $3...
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There were doubts about this group from the beginning. Blacks were to receive $10 a month and $3. Casualties were high and only sixty-two blacks survived the fight. The most widely known battle fought by blacks, was the assault on Fort Wagner, South Carolina. In the beginning when they were caught the Union sent them to their owners, but after a period of time the Union decided to let them perform support service for the Northern war effort...
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