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BLACK PHALANX;

A History of the

NEGRO SOLDIERS OF THE UNITED STATES
in the Wars of
1775-1812, 1861-'65,
By
Joseph T. Wilson
Late of the 2nd Reg't. La. Native Guard Vols. 54th Mass. Vols.
Aide-De-camp to the Commander-In-Chief G. A. R.
Author of
"Emancipation," "Voice of a New Race,"  "Twenty-Two Years of Freedom," etc., etc.
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56 Illustrations
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Hartford, Conn.:
American Publishing Company
1890

CHAPTER III. -
BIBLIOGRAPHY
 

Goodrich's History of the U. S. Boys of 61. - Coffin
The Great Rebellion - Headley Record of 37th U. S. C. T.
Record of the Seventh U. S. C. T. History of Virginia - McGILL
War of 1812 - Rossiter Atlanta. - Cox
Negro in the Rebellion - Brown March to the Sea - Cox
Butler in New Orleans - Parton Lincoln and Slavery - Arnold
American Conflict. - Greeley Ramsey's History of America
Historical Research - Livermore Grimshaw's History of the U. S.
Record 55th Regt. Mass. Vols. Attack on Petesburg. Congress
Patriotism of Colored Americans Fort Pillow Massacres. - Congress

Campaigns of the Army of the Potomac - Swinton
Army Life in a Black Regiment - Higginson
Anti-Slavery Measures in Congress - Wilson
Principles and Acts of the Revolution - Niles
 Military History of U. S. Grant - Badeau
First and Second Year of the War - Pollard
Report of the Conduct of the War - Congress
Bryant's Popular History of the United States
Virginia Campaigns of '64 and '65. - Humphrey
Life and Public Service of Charles Summer - Lester
Boys and Girls Magazine, 1869 - Oliver Optic
Burnside and the Ninth Army Corps. - Woodbury
Military History of Kansas - J. B. McAfee
History of the Great Rebellion - Kettell
 

 

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