Union, they said, but not for black freedom... . Desertionrnrates rose alarmingly. Many soldiers blamed thernEmancipation Proclamation.rnClosing his address, Lincoln spoke of the duty imposed onrnAmericans bv those who had fallen on the great battlefield. Wern"here highly resolve," he said, in his immortal words, "thatrnthese dead shall not have . . .
January 1975April 21, 2022By The Archive
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