Beyond glory

May 1998
Civil War Times Illustrated;May98, Vol. 37 Issue 2, p12
Highlights the project for `African-American Civil War Memorial,' a monument honoring the African-American soldiers who fought in the Civil War. Statement of Lyndia Grant, director of the project, concerning the features of the monument; Number of African-American soldiers who participated in the Civil War; Cost of the memorial project.


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