Fighting Men : A Chronicle of Three Black Civil War Soldiers
Zubritsky, John; Caso, Adolph (editor)

Wellesley, MA, U.S.A.: Branden Books, 1994. First Edition First printing. Cloth, 278 pps. plus photographs. Told in the first person, the story of three African Americans who joined the Union Army to fight for the liberty of their race: Elijah Dorsey, an escaped slave from a plantation outside Baltimore, Fletcher Howard, an outspoken abolitionist who had lost multiple jobs because of his views, and Majot Augustu T. Alexander, one of the few blacks commissioned during the Civil War. Fine in fine dust jacket. Fine Cloth 0828319634 (Item ID: D5891)

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