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EVCW2A-00063
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EVCW2A-00063
54th Massachusetts (black) Regiment assaulting Confederate stronghold of Fort Wagner SC, US Civil War. Hand-colored woodcut
EVCW2D-00206
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Statue of freed slave in 1st Alabama Colored Regiment at Union Army's Contraband Camp in Corinth MS, 1863. Digital photograph
EVCW2D-00207
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Statue of freed slave in 1st Alabama Colored Regiment at Union Army's Contraband Camp in Corinth MS, 1863. Digital photograph
EVCW2D-00208
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Statue of freed slave in 1st Alabama Colored Regiment at Union Army's Contraband Camp in Corinth MS, 1863. Digital photograph
EVCW2D-00209
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Statue of freed slave in 1st Alabama Colored Regiment at Union Army's Contraband Camp in Corinth MS, 1863. Digital photograph
EVCW2D-00210
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Statue of freed slave in 1st Alabama Colored Regiment at Union Army's Contraband Camp in Corinth MS, 1863. Digital photograph
EVCW2D-00211
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Statue of freed slave in 1st Alabama Colored Regiment at Union Army's Contraband Camp in Corinth MS, 1863. Digital photograph
EVCW2D-00212
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Statue of freed slave in 1st Alabama Colored Regiment at Union Army's Contraband Camp in Corinth MS, 1863. Digital photograph
EVCW2D-00213
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Statue of freed slave in 1st Alabama Colored Regiment at Union Army's Contraband Camp in Corinth MS, 1863. Digital photograph
EVCW2D-00214
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Statue of freed slave in 1st Alabama Colored Regiment at Union Army's Contraband Camp in Corinth MS, 1863. Digital photograph
EVCW2D-00215
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Statue of freed slave in 1st Alabama Colored Regiment at Union Army's Contraband Camp in Corinth MS, 1863. Digital photograph
EVCW2D-00216
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Statue of freed slave in 1st Alabama Colored Regiment at Union Army's Contraband Camp in Corinth MS, 1863. Digital photograph
EVCW3A-00063
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EVCW3A-00063
54th Massachusetts (black) Regiment assaulting Confederate stronghold of Fort Wagner SC, US Civil War. Woodcut
EVCW2A-00023
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EVCW2A-00023
Banner of the Third US Colored Troops, an African-American regiment in the Civil War. Hand-colored woodcut
EVCW2A-00035
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African-American troops mustered out of the Union Army at Little Rock, Arkansas after the Civil War. Hand-colored woodcut
EVCW2A-00066
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Confederate charge against black Union soldiers at the Battle of the Crater. Hand-colored woodcut
EVCW2A-00145
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Federal army entering Richmond after the citizens had burned it, April 3, 1865. Hand-colored woodcut
EVCW2D-00197
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Robert Gould Shaw in command of black troops of the 54th Massachusetts Regiment, memorial in Boston, Massachusetts. Digital photograph
EVCW2D-00198
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Black troops of the 54th Massachusetts Regiment, memorial in Boston, Massachusetts. Digital photograph
EVCW2D-00199
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EVCW2D-00199
Black soldier of the 54th Massachusetts Regiment, memorial in Boston, Massachusetts. Digital photograph
EVCW2D-00200
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Black soldier of the 54th Massachusetts Regiment, memorial in Boston, Massachusetts. Digital photograph
EVCW2D-00201
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Robert Gould Shaw in command of black troops of the 54th Massachusetts Regiment, memorial in Boston, Massachusetts. Digital photograph
EVCW2D-00202
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Robert Gould Shaw in command of black troops of the 54th Massachusetts Regiment, memorial in Boston, Massachusetts. Digital photograph
EVCW2D-00203
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Black soldier of the 54th Massachusetts Regiment, memorial in Boston, Massachusetts. Digital photograph
EVCW2D-00204
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Black soldier of the 54th Massachusetts Regiment, memorial in Boston, Massachusetts. Digital photograph
EVCW2D-00205
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Black soldier of the 54th Massachusetts Regiment, memorial in Boston, Massachusetts. Digital photograph
EVCW3A-00066
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EVCW3A-00066
Confederate charge against black Union soldiers at the Battle of the Crater. Woodcut
EVCW3D-00197
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EVCW3D-00197
Robert Gould Shaw in command of black troops of the 54th Massachusetts Regiment, memorial in Boston, Massachusetts. Digital photograph
EVNT3A-00304
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EVNT3A-00304
Afroamerican soldiers on the Las Guasimas battlefield, Spanish-American War, 1898. Printed halftone of a photograph
HOUS2A-00123
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HOUS2A-00123
African-American veteran giving children a history lesson on Decoration Day, 1881. Hand-colored woodcut
HUSG2A-00031
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HUSG2A-00031
Ball of the Skidmore Guard, a black military organization, NYC, 1870s. Hand-colored woodcut
PBLA3A-00017
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Nick Biddle, first man wounded in the Civil War. Woodcut
PBLA3A-00023
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H.M. Turner, first black chaplain of a US Army regiment, Civil War. Woodcut
PCWR3A-00100
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Robert Gould Shaw, commander of the 54th Massachusetts, first black regiment from a free state. Woodcut of a photograph
SOCI2A-00210
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SOCI2A-00210
US Army officer explains the duties of freedom to former slaves in Louisiana, 1863. Hand-colored woodcut
BUSN3A-00307
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BUSN3A-00307
IWA parade in New York in memory of communists executed in France, 1872. Woodcut
EVNT2A-00085
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EVNT2A-00085
Battle of Beecher Island between Colonel Forsyth's Buffalo Soldiers and southern Plains Indians led by Roman Nose, 1868. Hand-colored-woodcut
HSET2A-00077
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Buffalo soldiers around a campfire, 1880s. Hand-colored woodcut of a Frederic Remington illustration
HSET2A-00086
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Captain Dodge's black troopers to the rescue. Hand-colored woodcut of a Frederic Remington illustration
HSET2A-00087
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Buffalo soldier drinking from canteen. Hand-colored woodcut of F. Remington illustration
HSET2A-00088
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HSET2A-00088
Buffalo soldiers marching in the Arizona desert. Hand-colored woodcut of a Frederic Remington illustration
HSET2A-00089
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Buffalo soldier and his horse taking a tumble from the trail. Hand-colored woodcut of Frederic Remington illustration
HSET2A-00125
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African-American buffalo soldier riding a horse fresh from the herd, 1880s. Hand-colored woodcut of a Frederic Remington illustration
HSET3A-00088
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Buffalo soldiers marching in the Arizona desert. Woodcut of a Frederic Remington illustration
HSET4N-00077
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African-American "buffalo soldiers" around a campfire in the west, 1800s. 6 sec. animation of a hand-colored woodcut
   



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