Fire and Thunder: Massachusetts Blacks in the Civil War
Massachusetts Blacks in the Civil War
The institution of slavery was a disease deeply embedded in the tissue of the new American republic. Though abolished in Massachusetts in the 1780’s, on the national stage it survived, to be destroyed only after a long and bloody civil war. “Fire and Thunder” tells the story of how blacks in Massachusetts fought – in the press, on the streets, from the pulpit, the lecture podium, and the battlefield – in defense of human dignity and freedom.
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- Lida Harkins
(includes 16 foam core panels measuring 56 x 32 inches)