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Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry being their attack on Fort Wagner in Glory

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The Massachusetts Regiment of the Union Army, the first African-American infantry unit organized during the Civil War, was formed. The regiment's heroism was celebrated in the Academy Award-winning 1989 film, Glory, starring Denzel Washington.

"The Angel of Marye's Heights" Sgt Richard Kirkland - Company G, South Carolina Infantry gained fame for his act of compassion during Battle of Fredericksburg. Kirkland, hearing the cries of wounded Union soldiers, gathered canteens from his fellow Confederates and left the protection of a stone wall to give a little comfort to his wounded enemies. It was one of the most remarkable acts of the entire war. Sadly, Kirkland was killed September 20, 1863 during the Battle of Chickamauga.

"The Angel of Marye's Heights" Sgt Richard Kirkland - Company G, South Carolina Infantry gained fame for his act of compassion during Battle of Fredericksburg. Kirkland, hearing the cries of wounded Union soldiers, gathered canteens from his fellow Confederates and left the protection of a stone wall to give a little comfort to his wounded enemies. It was one of the most remarkable acts of the entire war. Sadly, Kirkland was killed September 20, 1863 during the Battle of Chickamauga.

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Colored Regiment in Charleston South Carolina in the Civil War

This Civil War Harper's Weekly has a picture of a Colored Regiment in Charleston

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54th Massachusetts Infantry Regiment Veterans of the 54th Massachusetts Infantry at the dedication of the memorial to Robert Gould Shaw and the men of the 54th, May 31, 1897 Courtesy of the Massachusetts Historical Society, Boston (Not to be used without permission.)

Massachusetts Infantry Regiment Veterans of the Massachusetts Infantry at the dedication of the memorial to Robert Gould Shaw and the men of the May 1897 Courtesy of the Massachusetts Historical Society, Boston (Not to be used without permission.

May 28, 1863: the 54th Massachusetts infantry leaves Boston for combat. The 54th was the most famous black regiment of the war.   a soldier in The Massachusetts 54 th Regiment. 1863.

May the Massachusetts infantry leaves Boston for combat. The was the most famous black regiment of the war. a soldier in The Massachusetts 54 th Regiment.

Soviet marine playing the accordion:   We must fight; but we must still make music,  For life would have no joy and death no meaning, without art.

Soviet marine playing the accordion, WWII, pin by Paolo Marzioli

Spotswood Rice had been born a slave. But by September of 1864, he was a free man and a soldier in the U.S. Army. His daughter was still enslaved in Missouri. Rice had work to do in the South, but he wanted his former mistress, Katherine Diggs, to know that he would return after the war to collect his daughter. So he sent Diggs a letter stating his intentions, and swearing vengeance if she harmed her:

Letter from an Ex-Slave to His Former Master: I'm Coming to Get You

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Private Francis Brownell, recieved the first Medal of Honor awarded during the American Civil War, for killing the man who killed his Colonel, Elmer E.

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