THE NEGRO IN AMERICAN FICTION

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first military history of African Americans, this important work, first published in 1866, was both a call to arms and a vital assessment of racial tensions during post-Civil War reconstruction. In championing the military exploits of blacks in the Union army, Brown criticizes the hatred and ignorance of those calling for continued black oppression following…

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first military history of African Americans, this important work, first published in 1866, was both a call to arms and a vital assessment of racial tensions during post-Civil War reconstruction. In championing the military exploits of blacks in the Union army, Brown criticizes the hatred and ignorance of those calling for continued black oppression following Appomattox, making his case for full African-American citizenship in the reconstructed Union.

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