Virginia Monument To Honor Black Civil War Heroes

August 2003
Jet;8/11/2003, Vol. 104 Issue 7, p38
Reports on the approval of a proposal of Representative Robert C. Scott (D-Va.) regarding the construction of a monument in honor of African American Civil War heroes in Richmond, Virginia. Role of the Black Union soldiers during the Civil War; Details on the funding for the construction project.


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