1864 New York Tribune Newspaper -War News Colored Troops
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New York Tribune June 29, 1864 8 page newspaper full of war news including an article explaning that the colored troops unaffected by the heat and that they can endure the scorching rays of the sun much better than the White Troops A letter from a Kentuky slave-holder given to his Negro man, who wants to enlist Pariculars of skirmishs and battles at Peterburg, Piedmont, Lost Mountain, Marietta, Chattanooga, Red River Arakansas, and much more.
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