"Freedom to all" New Jersey's African-American Civil War soldiers

Title "Freedom to all" New Jersey's African-American Civil War soldiers
Names Bilby, Joseph G.
Book Number DBC01863
Title Status Active
Medium Digital Book
Annotation In 1857, the Supreme Court's Dred Scott decision said African-Americans had no rights. During the Civil War, New Jersey's vocal Copperhead minority agitated to have blacks forced from the state. Despite an atmosphere that treated them at best as second-class citizens, New Jersey's African-American community embraced the Union cause as their own seeing it as their 'war of liberation.' Mr. Bilby has shined a much-needed light on the brave Jerseymen for whom the battle cry 'Liberty and Union' had special significance. Some violence and some strong language. For high school and adult readers.
Narrator Bianchi, Marc.
Local Subject Young Adult Book - YA
History, United States - HUS
History - HST
Adult Book - AD
Adult Non-Fiction - AN
War (Non-Fiction) - WNF
Politics and Government - POL
Current Events / Contemporary Issues - CON
Short Book - SH
Audience Notes Contains violence.
Contains strong language.
Male narrator.
LC Subject African Americans - History - 1863-1877
African Americans - New Jersey - History
African American soldiers - History
United States - History - Civil War, 1861-1865 - Participation, African American
Call Number 973.7415 ANF
Language English
Released 2011
Publication Info Trenton, NJ : New Jersey State Library State Talking Book and Braille Center, 2011
Original Publication Recorded from: Hightstown, N.J. : Longstreet House, c2011. 9780944413777
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