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Blacks During the War

United States Colored Troops

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Black cemetery doubt remains  
Black officer gains almost mythic status in death  
Black soliders pull train of wounded soliders  
Black troops held firm at fight near Richmond  
Diarist records bravery in two words  
Fort built, defended by blacks tells of their valor  
Fourteen Black soldiers earn the Medal of Honor  
Maryland's 4th U.S. Colored Infantry: Black unit `went like men'  
Memorial rises in honor of black soldiers' valor  
Review: 'Like Men of War' looks at racism and black soliders in Civil War  
Sherman: Did he have a 'criminal dislike' of blacks?  
Union Navy aided by escaped slaves  
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