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Sep 20, 2013
Ñ Full-Length Portraits Of An Unidentified Man Woman And Child
In 1861, there were nearly four million slaves in bondage throughout the South, almost half the population.  Beginning in 1863, approximately 180,000 free blacks and escaped slaves — more than 85 percent of the eligible population — served in the Union Army and Navy.  And in 1865, after four years of deadly struggle, slavery was abolished forever in America.  What had started as a struggle to preserve the Union became a war of emancipation without an equal in history for its moral scope~
The African-American Experience
FROM ENSLAVEMENT TO EMANCIPATION~CLAYTON BUTLER~The Civil War Trust

Between 1860 and 1870
Medium: 1 photographic print on carte de visite mount : albumen ; in case 11.5 x 8.0 cm. Digital ID: (digital file from original item, both sides) ppmsca 1127 Repository: Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division Washington, D.C. 20540 USA

Full-Length Portraits Of An Unidentified Man Woman And Child

In 1861, there were nearly four million slaves in bondage throughout the South, almost half the population.  Beginning in 1863, approximately 180,000 free blacks and escaped slaves — more than 85 percent of the eligible population — served in the Union Army and Navy.  And in 1865, after four years of deadly struggle, slavery was abolished forever in America.  What had started as a struggle to preserve the Union became a war of emancipation without an equal in history for its moral scope~

The African-American Experience

FROM ENSLAVEMENT TO EMANCIPATION~
CLAYTON BUTLER~The Civil War Trust

  • Between 1860 and 1870
  • Medium: 1 photographic print on carte de visite mount : albumen ; in case 11.5 x 8.0 cm. Digital ID: (digital file from original item, both sides) ppmsca 1127 Repository: Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division Washington, D.C. 20540 USA
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