Unidentified Black Man during the Civil War (Courtesy of the Library of Congress)

Emancipating Masculinity: Black Union Deserters and Their Families in the Civil War South

  • in Journal of American History
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Prisoners with Undaunted Patriotism: Incarcerated Black Soldiers and Battles of Citizenship in Military Prisons during the Civil War

  • in Civil War History 
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The Black Badge of Courage: The Politics of Recording Black Union Army Service and the Militarization of Black History in the Civil War’s Aftermath

  • in Journal of American Ethnic History
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By refusing to concede, Trump betrays Lincoln and the Republican Party’s roots

  • in The Washington Post
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“Lighting Up the Path of Liberty and Justice”: Black Abolitionist Fourth of July Celebrations and the Promise of America from the Fugitive Slave Act to the Civil War”

The Fourth of July is a Black American Holiday

Trials of Freedom: African American Deserters during the U.S. Civil War

Mutiny in the Civil War

  • in Civil War Monitor
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