The flag never touched the ground, America's brave Black regiment in battle, Kekla Magoon with illustrations by Amerigo Pinelli
The work The flag never touched the ground, America's brave Black regiment in battle, Kekla Magoon with illustrations by Amerigo Pinelli represents a distinct intellectual or artistic creation found in City Libraries, City of Gold Coast.

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  • The flag never touched the ground, America's brave Black regiment in battle, Kekla Magoon with illustrations by Amerigo Pinelli
Main title
  • The flag never touched the ground
Sub title
  • America's brave Black regiment in battle
Responsibility statement
  • Kekla Magoon with illustrations by Amerigo Pinelli
Language
  • eng
Summary
  • In 1863, the US Civil War was raging. Abraham Lincoln's Emancipation Proclamation had freed over 3.5 million African-American slaves, and now the Union Army began to recruit a second all-black regiment of soldiers to join the fight. As the struggle against the Confederate South raged on, the newly-formed 54th Massachusetts battalion prepared to attack the seemingly impregnable fortress of Fort Wagner. The odds were heavily against them; the fort had never been taken. America was watching them - and when the bugle sounded they marched towards the guns, flag held high
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  • individual biography
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • maps
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  • no index present
Literary form
  • non fiction
Target audience
  • juvenile
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