Spirit of Freedom

July 1998
Army Magazine;Jul98, Vol. 48 Issue 7, p64
Focuses on the scheduled unveiling of the Spirit of Freedom, the African-American Civil War Memorial on July 18, 1998, in Washington, D.C.. Bronze-cast monument created by sculptor Ed Hamilton; Tribute to African-American soldiers who served in the Civil War.


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