From Slavery to Freedom: A History of African Americans
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It was too late, however, for the Confederacy had already been destroyed by the
onslaught of Union forces and by its own internal strife and disorganization.
There are unconfirmed reports that some black troops saw action on the side of
remind the country that it was the South which had treasonably fought to destroy
the Union, that old slaveholders were only waiting for an opportunity to reenslave
blacks, and that the Republican party had saved the nation from complete ruin ...
In 1937 the International Longshoremen's and Warehousemen's Union (IL&WU)
was organized on the West Coast and affiliated with the CIO. In the beginning it
did not seem to welcome African-American workers, but after the strike of 1934 ...
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Land of Their Ancestors
Olaudah Equiano Gustavus Vassa Describes His Homeland1756
The African Way of Life
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From Slavery to Freedom: A History of African Americans, Volume 1
John Hope Franklin,Alfred A. Moss
No preview available - 1997