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Speech of Hon. Chilton A. White, of Ohio, on the enlistment of Negro soldiers

Chilton A White

Speech of Hon. Chilton A. White, of Ohio, on the enlistment of Negro soldiers

delivered in the House of Representatives, February 2, 1863

by Chilton A White

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Published by [s.n.] in Washington, D.C .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • United States. -- Army -- Recruiting, enlistment, etc. -- Civil War, 1861-1865,
  • African American soldiers,
  • United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865 -- Participation, African American

  • The Physical Object
    Pagination8 p. ;
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14714916M

    Also included is a printed “Speech of Hon. William A. Graham of Orange ” given at the Convention of N.C., December 7, , about ordinances concerning Test Oaths and Sedition (Raleigh: W.W. Holden, Printer, 31pp.). Printed General Orders (CSA). 1 folder (4 items). first colored member of the ohio legislature, and late judge advocate of the grand army of the republic of ohio, etc. in two volumes. volume i. to new york: g.p. putnam's sons, 27 and 29 west 23d street. to the. rev. justin dewey fulton, d.d., of brooklyn, new york; and to the. hon. charles foster, governor of ohio;.

    WHITE, Chilton Allen, a Representative from Ohio; born in Georgetown, Brown County, Ohio, February 6, ; attended the public schools; taught school; served in the Mexican War with Company G, First Regiment, Ohio Volunteers; studied law; was admitted to the bar in and commenced the practice of law in Georgetown, Ohio; prosecuting attorney of Brown County from to ; member of the. 7 22 "War Songs, for Anniversaries and Gatherings of Soldiers" Format: Music Book. Rudin # S - 7 23 ca. "Dixie's Land" Format: Song sheet. Rudin # S - 19 17 "De Day ob Liberty's comin" Format: Sheet Music. Rudin # S - A. 20 5 "The Negro Emancipation Song" Location: Chicago, Illinois Format: Song.

      ↑Ohio Historical Society. The Ohio Surname at FHL film (first of 64 films) ↑ Adams, Marilyn, comp. Ohio Local and Family History Sources in Print (Clarkston, Georgia: Heritage Research, ) At various libraries (WorldCat); FHL book H23o ↑ Filby, P. William. A Bibliography of American County Histories (Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing, ). Yes, and there was a special unit of African American soldiers in the Union army. They had white officers and did fight in battles. A good movie on this is "Glory" with Denzal Washington.


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Speech of Hon. Chilton A. White, of Ohio, on the enlistment of Negro soldiers by Chilton A White Download PDF EPUB FB2

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William Allen, of Ohio, on the Enlistment of Negro Soldiers; Delivered in the House of Representatives, February 2, Washington, Congressman Allen speaks against the bill calling for use of Negro soldiers, also against secession.

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Hill That all negro slaves captured In arms be at once delivered over to the execu tive authorities of the respective States to" which they belong, to be dealt with according to the laws of saitl States i-v iumg Fourth.

Sec. That every white person, being- a. At the birth of a negro child an outfit was given, and at death the burial clothes and food for those who "set up." When a negro was ill the master was expected to furnish or to pay for delicacies, and for a wedding he provided the dinner and the finery.

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What do the American soldiers sacrifice for the United States people. Wiki User Sometimes their lives. Sometimes it is only minor body parts. HON. CHILTON A. WHITE, of White, McKnight & White, Georgetown, was born in Georgetown February 6, He was named after Chilton Allen, who represented a Kentucky district in Congress, for thirteen years.

Mr. White is a son of John D. White, a native of Virginia, and a .Letter book, AccessionMiscellaneous reel 1 reel. Microfilm.

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