5 edition of Black Southerners in Confederate armies found in the catalog.
Black Southerners in Confederate armies
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|Statement||compiled & edited by J.H. Segars and Charles Kelly Barrow.|
|Contributions||Barrow, Charles Kelly., Segars, J. H. 1949-|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||227 p. :|
|Number of Pages||227|
Richard Rollins also wrote The Damned Red Flags of the Rebellion: The Confederate Battle Flag at Gettysburg () and Guide to Pennsylvania Troops at Gettysburg () and was a contributor to Black Southerners in Gray (). Recommended Reading: Black Southerners in Confederate Armies. Description: The little-known story of black Confederate soldiers. Large numbers of slaves and freedmen served the South, and in some cases as soldiers and sailors for the Confederacy.
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By late , about black Louisianans were enrolled in state troops and militia organizations, in the state, in service to the Confederate cause (Pages 22; )This book covers a topic that should be read by every Civil War buff, historian and African-American. It is truly an interesting book/5(3). The Southern Victory series or Timeline are fan names given to a series of eleven alternate history novels by author Harry Turtledove, beginning with How Few Remain () and published over a decade. The period addressed in the series begins during the Civil War and spans nine decades, up to the mids. In the series, the Confederate States defeats the United States of America in Author: Harry Turtledove.
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*Black Southerners* in Confederate Armies is the second book on this subject by Charles K. Barrows and J. Segars and as such is one more of several very good recent scholarly studies on this most intriguing subject. This topic is finally receiving the serious attention of Civil War scholars it deserves/5(13).
*Black Southerners* in Confederate Armies is the second book on this subject by Charles K. Barrows and J. Segars and as such is one more of several very good recent scholarly studies on this most Black Southerners in Confederate armies book subject.
This topic is finally receiving the serious attention of Civil War scholars it deserves/5(18). Black Southerners in Gray: Essays on Afro-Americans in Confederate Armies Paperback – May 1, by Arthur W.
Bergeron Jr. (Author), Thomas Y. Cartwright (Author), Ervin L. Jordan (Author), Rudolph Young (Author), Andrew Chandler Battaile (Author), Richard Rollins (Editor) & 3 more/5(13). Black Southerners in Confederate Armies: A Collection of Historical Accounts.
Little has been written about the military role of African Americans in military campaigns of the United States despite the fact that men and women of color were involved in all national conflicts beginning with the Revolutionary War/5.
Black Southerners in Confederate Armies: A Collection of Historical Accounts by Charles Barrow and J. Segars Overview - Little has been written about the military role of African Americans in military campaigns of the United States despite the fact that men and women of color were involved in all national conflicts beginning with the Brand: Pelican Publishing Company.
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A number of notable books exist that document how blacks worked in Confederate military units as cooks, bodyguards, construction workers, sailors, and soldiers. Also, the archival records, recorded minutes, and group photographs of the United Confederate Veterans camps provide documentation of the postwar presence of Black Confederates.
Even Confederate pension records include the. In the s, could black Southerners have also supported the war efforts of their homeland -- the Confederacy.
While historians are willing to acknowledge that African Americans did serve in support of Confederate armies there continues to be debate over the count of how many men were involved and whether significant military contributions.
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Black Southerners in Confederate armies: a collection of historical accounts. [Charles Kelly Barrow; J H Segars;] -- "The debate over the role of African Americans who served in Confederate armies has not subsided. Historians remain in disagreement over the numbers of black Southerners involved and whether.
Buy a cheap copy of Black Southerners in Confederate Armies book. Large numbers of slaves and freedmen served the South, in some cases as soldiers and sailors for the Confederacy.
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Among the stars of what Levin calls the Confederate heritage movement is HK Edgerton, an African American who marches in Confederate uniform and waves the Confederate flag at gatherings of the. Charles Kelly Barrow, et.
al. Forgotten Confederates: An Anthology About Black Southerners (). Currently the best book on the subject. Ervin L. Jordan, Jr. Black Confederates and Afro-Yankees in Civil War Virginia ().
Well researched and very good source of information on Black Confederates, but has a strong Union bias. - Black Southerners In Confederate Armies: A Collection of Historical Accounts by Charles Kelly Barrow Stay safe and healthy.
Please practice hand-washing and social distancing, and check out our resources for adapting to these times. The total number of black Confederate soldiers is statistically insignificant: They made up less than 1 percent of theblack men of military age () living in the Confederate states.The book's most challenging postulation may be Ervin L.
Jordan's lament that the slaves and free black citizens served the confederacy "not as a consequence of white pressure but due to their own preferences.
They are the Civil War's forgotten people, yet their own existence was more widespread than American history has recorded/5.The following calls for men were issued: March 6,volunteers and militia. Januvolunteers and militia. Apthe First Conscription Act: conscripted white men ages 18 to 35 for the duration of hostilities  Septemthe Second Conscription Commander-in-Chief: Jefferson Davis.