- Author:Noah Andre Trudeau
- Publisher:Morningside Bookshop; 1st edition (April 1, 1996)
- Pages:258 pages
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by Noah Andre Trudeau (Author). Out of the Storm: The End of the Civil War, April-June 1865. ISBN-13: 978-0890293270.
Trudeau’s first book Bloody Roads South won the Civil War Round Table of New York's Fletcher Pratt Award. Voices of the 55th: Letters from the 55th Massachusetts Volunteers, 1861-1865. Dayton, Ohio: Morningside, 1996. Bloody Roads South: the Wilderness to Cold Harbor, May–June 1864.
Tips unbruised, spine and binding tight. Index, maps, photos, letters. This fine volume tells the intriguing story of the second of two African American volunteer regiments from the state of Massachusetts.
The 55th Massachusetts Volunteer Regiment was the sister regiment of the renowned Massachusetts 54th Volunteers during the latter half of the American Civil War. The enactment of the Emancipation Proclamation by United States President Abraham Lincoln on January 1, 1863 had opened the way for the enlistment of free men of color and newly liberated slaves to fight for their freedom within the Union Army.
Noah Andre Trudeau is an American historian who has written books and produced programs for National Public Radio Sacred trust talks 2013 .
Noah Andre Trudeau is an American historian who has written books and produced programs for National Public Radio Sacred trust talks 2013 noah andre trudeau. Like Men of War: Black Troops in the Civil War, 1862-1865. Boston: Little, Brown, 1998.
Voices of the 55th : letters from the 55th Massachusetts Volunteers, 1861-1865. 44th Massachusetts at Camp Meigs: A Panorama of the training camp at Readville, The Military Images Find Articles at BNET. The American Experience: The Massachusetts 54th Colored Infantry (1991). A 1991 episode in the PBS American Experience television series.
Although the 55th Massachusetts Infantry was not the first black Union unit to enter Charleston, symbolically important .
Although the 55th Massachusetts Infantry was not the first black Union unit to enter Charleston, symbolically important as the birthplace of the Civil War, they did arrive to the shouts and cheers of newly freed women, men, and children.
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