By Ella Forbes
For too lengthy, black girls were rendered invisible in conventional Civil warfare background and marginal in African American chronicles. This e-book addresses this lack via reclaiming and resurrecting the function of African American adult females, separately and jointly, in the course of the Civil War. It brings their contributions, within the phrases of a Civil struggle player, Susie King Taylor, "in historical past earlier than the people."
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