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Black soldiers are honored, name by name, at a Civil War battlefield

Summary by Ground News
Thelma Sims Dukes grew up during the 1940s and 50s in a segregated Mississippi town steeped in Civil War history. Vicksburg venerated the Confederacy and ignored the history of Black soldiers who fought for the Union. On Feb. 14, 1864, at Ross Landing near the town of Lake Village, irregular Confederate troops from Missouri shot the Union soldiers and officers.

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