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"Contrabands" standing outside shanty "Contrabands" standing outside shanty
A group of "Contrabands" standing outside shanty. The Civil War term "Contrabands" was used to described fugitive slaves who sought protection behind Union lines during Southern territory invasion. The term was first coined by Union political general and abolitionist, Benjamin F. Butler when he learned the fugitives were building fortifications for the Confederacy.
 
 
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1st U.S. colored infantry 1st U.S. colored infantry
1st U.S. colored infantry.
 
 
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27th U.S. Colored Infantry 27th U.S. Colored Infantry
Camp of 27th U.S. Colored Infantry.
 
 
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4th U.S. Colored Infantry, Fort Lincoln 4th U.S. Colored Infantry, Fort Lincoln
 4th U.S. Colored Infantry of Company E, at Fort Lincoln, Washington D.C.
 
 
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African American army cook, City Point African American army cook, City Point
African American army cook at work, City Point, Virginia.
 
 
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African American soldier in fortification African American soldier in fortification
African American soldier in fortification, Petersburg, Virginia.
 
 
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African American workers at Aiken's farm African American workers at Aiken's farm
African American group at Aiken's farm Aiken's Landing, Virginia.
 
 
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African American workers at Giesboro depot African American workers at Giesboro depot
African American workers standing on railroad tracks in front of a storage facility at Giesboro cavalry depot.
 
 
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African American workers, Giesboro depot African American workers, Giesboro depot
African American workers standing on railroad tracks in front of a storage facility at Giesboro cavalry depot. "Restored Image"
 
 
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African Americans at farm house, Port Royal African Americans at farm house, Port Royal
View of farm house with African Americans in Port Royal, South Carolina. 1862.
 
 
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African Americans collecting bones of dead soldiers African Americans collecting bones of dead soldiers
African Americans collecting bones of soldiers killed in the battle at Cold Harbor, Va.
 
 
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African Americans preparing cotton, Port Royal African Americans preparing cotton, Port Royal
African Americans preparing cotton for the gin on Smith's plantation at Port Royal Island, S.C.
 
 
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African Americans repairing railroad track African Americans repairing railroad track
African American men repairing single-track railroad after "Battle of Stone's River" at Murfreesboro, Tenn. 1863.
 
 
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African Americans unloading vessels, City Point, Va African Americans unloading vessels, City Point, Va
African Americans unloading vessels at landing, City Point, Va.
 
 
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Barges with African Americans on Canal Barges with African Americans on Canal
Barges with African Americans on the Canal, ruined buildings beyond at Richmond, Virginia.
 
 
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Military railroad operations with African American laborers, 1862 Military railroad operations with African American laborers, 1862
Military railroad operations African American laborers working on rail in northern Virginia, 1862. "Restored Photo"
 
 
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Military railroad operations with African Americans Military railroad operations with African Americans
Military railroad operations African American laborers working on rail during the U.S. Civil War in Virginia, 1862.
 
 
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Military railroad operations, Virginia  	Military railroad operations, Virginia "Restored Photo" Military railroad operations, Virginia Military railroad operations, Virginia "Restored Photo"
Military railroad operations in northern Virginia, African American men using levers for loosening rails. "Restored Photo"
 
 
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Military railroad operations, Virginia Military railroad operations, Virginia
Military railroad operations in northern Virginia African American men using levers for loosening rails.
 
 
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Slave dealers "Price, Birch & Co." 1862 Slave dealers "Price, Birch & Co." 1862
Slave dealers in Alexandria, Virginia. (Price, Birch & Co. dealers in slaves) Alexandria, Virginia. 1862.
 
 
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Tennessee Colored Battery, Johnsonville Tennessee Colored Battery, Johnsonville
Camp of Tennessee Colored Battery, Johnsonville, Tennessee.
 
 
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The "Contrabands" Culpeper, Virginia The "Contrabands" Culpeper, Virginia
The "Contrabands" with General Meade in Culpeper, Virginia. September 1863. The Civil War term "Contrabands" was used to described fugitive slaves who sought protection behind Union lines during Southern territory invasion. The term was first coined by Union political general and abolitionist, Benjamin F. Butler when he learned the fugitives were building fortifications for the Confederacy.
 
 
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Union soldier Nicholas Biddle Union soldier Nicholas Biddle
Nicholas Biddle, African American Union soldier in uniform, Pottsville, Pa. The first man wounded in the great American Rebellion, Baltimore, April 18, 1861.
 
 
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