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Author Name    Brown, William Wells, 1815-1884

Title   Negro in the American Rebellion; His Heroism and His Fidelity

Binding   Hardcover

Book Condition   Near Fine

Edition   1st Edition.

Size   8vo 7.75 - 9.75'' tall

Publisher   Boston, MA Lee & Shepard 1867

ISBN Number    B000NOXHLW

Seller ID   109740

1st Printing. Nice Firm copy ! Pencilled previous owner name ('J.S. Fogg / Boston / Jan 1- 1867') on front flypaper . 380 pages. Blacks in the Revolutionary War and in 1812, South Carolina Fright, Nat Turner Rebellion, Slave Revolt at Sea, John Brown Raid and the Civil War. William Wells Brown was the first Black to write a comprehensive history of Negroes in the Civil War. 'Feeling anxious to preserve for future reference an account of the part which the Negro took in suppressing the Slaveholders' Rebellion, I have been induced to write this work. In doing so, it occurred to me that a sketch of the condition of the race previous to the commencement of the war would not be uninteresting to the reader. For the information concerning the services which the blacks rendered to the Government in the Revolutionary War, I am indebted to the late George Livermore, Esq., whose 'Historical Research' is the ablest work ever published on the early history of the negroes of this country. In collecting facts connected with the Rebellion, I have availed myself of the most reliable information that could be obtained from newspaper correspondents, as well as from those who were on the battle-field. To officers and privates of several of the colored regiments I am under, many, obligations for detailed accounts of engagements.'

Military History::USA::Civil War Military History::USA::Revolutionary War Military History::USA::War Of 1812 History::U.S.A.::Black History

Price = 3840.00 USD


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