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Black Fighting Men:A Proud His (African-American Soldiers). Catherine Reef is the author of more than 35 nonfiction books for young people.

Black Fighting Men:A Proud His (African-American Soldiers). 0516077384 (ISBN13: 9780516077383). Her books for Clarion include the highly acclaimed JOHN STEINBECK and SIGMUND FREUD, which was the recipient of the 2002 Sydney Taylor Award, presented by the Association of Jewish Libraries. She lives in College Park, Maryland. Books by Catherine Reef

Presents short biographical profiles of African-American soldiers-who have had to battle both racial prejudice and foreign foes while defending . Black Fighting Men : A Proud History. Select Format: Hardcover.

Presents short biographical profiles of African-American soldiers-who have had to battle both racial prejudice and foreign foes while defending their country-from.

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In the American Revolution, gaining freedom was the strongest motive for black slaves who joined the Patriot or British armies. The free black may have been. The free black may have been drafted or enlisted at his own volition. Additional motives for those who joined the rebel American forces could have been a desire for adventure, belief in the goals of the Revolution, or the possibility of receiving a bounty.

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Colin Powell is part of a proud tradition of African-American service in the . For Colin Powell, the meaning of success is doing a good job for one's country. This is a story of tough challenges and hard work-this is a story of success. African-American Soldiers. Hardcover 1950-1999 Publication Year African Americans.

At least 5,000 African-American soldiers fought as Revolutionaries . Also, soldiers from the Louisiana Battalion of Free Men of Color participated in this war.

At least 5,000 African-American soldiers fought as Revolutionaries, and at least 20,000 served with the British. Peter Salem and Salem Poor are the most noted of the African-American Patriots during this era, and Colonel Tye was perhaps the most noteworthy Black Loyalist. The first black American to fight in the Marines was John Martin, also known as Keto, the slave of a Delaware man, recruited in April 1776 without his owner's permission by Captain of the Marines Miles Pennington of the Continental brig USS Reprisal.

A book documents the complex history of black soldiers, illuminating their .

A book documents the complex history of black soldiers, illuminating their triumphs and challenges. Ultimately, the portraits of African-American heroes in Fighting for Freedom speak to an evolving military, one that has reflected society’s racial limitations as well as its capacity to change. From the celebration of black heroes in the 18th and 19th centuries to the abject segregation of the 20th century, the . military has revealed much about the state of race relations in the United States.

A thoughtful and thorough book about African American soldiers during and after the Civil Wa. If you expect to have only one volume on African American soldiers in your Civil . .This book has a great deal to offer both the general reader and the dedicated student of the Civil War. I recommend it highly. Journal of Southern History. If you expect to have only one volume on African American soldiers in your Civil War library, make it this book. I do not know of another work that covers the topic as thoroughly or as thoughtfully as Black Soldiers in Blue. A Grand Army of Black Men: Letters from African-American Soldiers in the Union Army 1861-1865 (Cambridge Studies in American Literature and Culture).

Civil War Soldiers by Reef, Catherine-ExLibrary. Benjamin Davis, Jr. (African-American Soldiers) Catherine Reef Hardcover. Free US Delivery ISBN: 0805023712. Civil War Soldiers (African-American Soldiers) Catherine Reef Library Binding. Colin Powell (African-American Soldiers) Catherine Reef Library Binding.

Presents short biographical profiles of African-American soldiers--who have had to battle both racial prejudice and foreign foes while defending their country--from each of America's major conflicts, from colonial times to the present.

Black Fighting Men:A Proud His (African-American Soldiers) epub download

ISBN13: 978-0805031065

ISBN: 0805031065

Author: Catherine Reef

Category: Books for children

Subcategory: History

Language: English

Publisher: 21st Century; 1st edition (December 9, 1997)

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