Negro Troops in CIVIL WAR American Slaves Union Army Vicksburg Grant. The History of the Negro Troops in the War is an 1888 account of the involvement of negroes in the American Civil War. Written by George Washington Williams, this book covers the origins, recruitment, and development of negro soldiers and how their services were best utilized. This book is considered to be the best account of black Americans in the Civil War. Nevins account of this work.
The best of the first three full-length studies of the subject; anecdotal, detailed, heavy with official reports and correspondence. This work includes notes on how General Ulysses S Grant led these soldiers, particularly in the Battle of Vicksburg.
A history of the negro troops in the war of the rebellion, 1861- 1865 : preceded by a review of the military services of negroes in ancinet and modern times. New York : Harper & Brothers, 1888. Collation: Complete with all pages.
Frontispiece and a page of illustrated metals. References: Larned 2370; Nevins I, 216. Binding: Leather; tight and secure. 8.5in X 6in (21cm x 14.5cm).
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