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Military Activities and U.S. Civil War

Dutch Soldiers, Suriname, ca. 1831Black Soldier in the American Revolutionary Army, ca. 1780Black Soldiers and Civilians at the "Fort Pillow Massacre," Tennessee,  April 1864 Maroons Ambushing British Troops, Jamaica, late 18th centMaroon Chief Meets British Officers, Jamaica, 1738Black Caribs Sign Treaty with British Military, St. Vincent, West Indies, 1773Black Confederate Soldiers, Virginia, 1863Black Soldiers of the Union Army Liberating Slaves, North Carolina, 1864 Slaves Fleeing the U.S. South, 1864Black Troops of the Union Army Marching Through Charleston, South Carolina, 1865Officers of the First Louisiana Native Guards, 1863First Louisiana Native Guards, 1863Black Regiment of the Union Army, 1864Black Troops of the Union Army, Philadelphia, early 1864"Contraband" or Fugitive Slaves, Cumberland County, Virginia, 1862Freed Slaves Work for the Federal Army, 1862Freed Slaves Cheering LincolnFree Black Soldier, Surinam, 1770sBlack Soldiers of the West India Regiment, 1850sBlack Soldiers of the West India Regiment, 1850sFugitive Slaves Escaping to Union Lines, 1864Union Supply Train, 1862-65Black Soldiers in the Union/Federal Army, ca. 1863-64Black Soldiers in the Union/Federal Army, ca. 1863-64Black Soldiers in the Union/Federal Army, ca. 1863-64Bloodhounds Being Killed by Black Union Soldiers, 1862  Peter Salem at the Battle of Bunker Hill, Boston, 1775