- Belated honors. // Christian Science Monitor;9/26/96, Vol. 88 Issue 212, p20
Editorial. Reports that in 1995 the memory of the 185,000 `United States Colored Troops,' who fought in the Civil War and refused permission to participate in the 1865 Union Army victory parade, were honored. Parade held by reenacters; Internet address for the names of the black soldiers who...
- USCT Massacre Will Be Commemorated in Missouri. // Civil War Times;Apr2010, Vol. 49 Issue 2, p13
The article reports that the 1st Kansas Colored Infantry troops will be commemorated by a memorial park in Jasper County, Missouri
- Gallantry under fire. Aliyetti, John E. // Civil War Times Illustrated;Oct96, Vol. 35 Issue 5, p50
Describes the gallantry of negroes in the Union Army during the American Civil War. Leadership in the attack against the Confederates in the New Market Heights in Pennsylvania; Courage displayed by the 54th Massachusetts Infantry at Fort Wagner in South Carolina; Union army's strongest...
- 'Revolution in Understanding'. GALUSZKA, PETER // Diverse: Issues in Higher Education;2/3/2011, Vol. 27 Issue 26, p16
An interview with Edward Ayers, president of the University of Richmond, is presented. When asked about the focus on African-Americans in scholarship based on the U.S. Civil War, Ayers says the evolution in Civil War scholarship will effect the sesquicentennial memorials of the war. Ayers...
- A PROUD HERITAGE. STUART, REGINALD // Diverse: Issues in Higher Education;2/3/2011, Vol. 27 Issue 26, p21
The article discusses efforts to focus more scholarship on the participation of black soldiers in the U.S. Civil War. It describes the work of professor Reavis L. Mitchell to raise awareness about the role of black soldiers in the Civil War, the role of the Association for the Study of African...
- General Butler on the 'Contraband.'. // General Butler on the 'Contraband';2009, p1
Presents a letter written by General Butler in 1861 asking what should be done with slaves captured by Union armies. Narrative of his experience at Hampton; Questions over whether slaves can be considered contraband; Other statements.
- The slaves not rebellious. Drayton, General // Slaves Not Rebellious;2009, p1
Presents the text of a letter written by General Drayton to Governor Pickens on November 18, 1861, concerning the unrebellious state of the slaves. Abandonment of plantations during the Civil War by planters.
- Marching song of the First Arkansas Regiment. // Marching Song of the First Arkansas Regiment;2009, p1
Presents the marching song of the First Arkansas Regiment, an Afro-American regiment, used during the United States' Civil War.
- A Bold Break for Freedom. Dunkelman, Mark H. // American History;Dec99, Vol. 34 Issue 5, p22
Details the escape of Robert Smalls, an African-American Confederate force ship crew during the Civil War in the United States, from slavery. How he planned to abduct the Confederate steamship under the command of his master; Number of fellow slaves who joined him in the escape; Outcome of...