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Brewer forcefully presents his main theme that the Virginia Negro ‘contributed a sustaining effort to the . From February 1864 to March 1865 the Bureau of Conscription detailed 341 Negroes to the quartermasters scattered throughout Virginia.
Brewer forcefully presents his main theme that the Virginia Negro ‘contributed a sustaining effort to the War for Southern Independence and an impressive mass of facts and statistics demonstrates that the Old Dominion’s more than half a million blacks made a vital contribution to the rebel cause. Professor Brewer makes his point effectively and, in the process, adds a new dimension to the measurement of the Confederate war effort. No historian of the Civil War era can afford to ignore this book, which sheds so much new light.
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Confederate Negro : Virginia's Craftsmen and Military Laborers, 1861-1865. Chapter One: 'Negro Mobilization' "It would appear that Virginia was not faced with a serious breakdown of its holding power over the Negro noncombatants until the closing says of the war. Flight into Union lines, however, or seizure by Union troops, though seemingly less extensive than in other parts of the Confederacy, was a cause of concern. In countless ways, the war came closer to the Virginia Negro than to other Negroes with the South.
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African Americans Virginia Freedmen Virginia Free Negro and slave records Virginia . .Brewer, James H. The Confederate Negro: Virginia’s Craftsmen and Military Laborers, 1861–1865. Durham: Duke University Press, 1969.
African Americans Virginia Freedmen Virginia Free Negro and slave records Virginia Slaves Virginia Slavery Virginia. Selected Published Resources. Braxton-Secret, Jeanette. Byers, Paula K. African American Genealogical Sourcebook. Jordan, Ervin L. Black Confederates and Afro-Yankees in Civil War Virginia. Charlottesville: University Press of Virginia, 1995. Kambourian, Elizabeth Cann.
Virginia's Craftsmen and Military Laborers, 1861-1865. Mayflower Award Winner for 1970. James H. Brewer was a professor at North Carolina Central University until his death in 1974
Virginia's Craftsmen and Military Laborers, 1861-1865. 230 pp. 5 978-0-8173-5486-2. Brewer was a professor at North Carolina Central University until his death in 1974. In so doing, he corrects a serious historical omission while delivering a telling blow to the destruction of the stereotyped southern Negro during the war. A milestone in the history of the period and essential to any serious study of the Civil War, the Negro, and the South.
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The Military forces of the Confederate States, also known as Confederate forces, were the military services responsible for the defense of the Confederate States during its brief existence (1861-1865). The military forces of the Confederate States had three services: Confederate States Army – The Confederate States Army (CSA) the land-based military operations. The CS Army was established in two phases with provisional and permanent organizations, which existed concurrently.
and James H. Brewers The Confederate Negro: Virginia's Craftsment and Military Laborers, 1861-1865 (published by Duke's press) that talk about the contributions of slave and freedmen labor to the Confederate war cause.
Bell Irvin WIley's Southern Negroes, 1861-1865 (published by oxford University Press) and James H. It is a bit silly to look to a black, abolitionist, fugitive slave as an accurate intelligence source on the make up of the Confederate Army. in fact, Douglass wrote this as part of a rhetorical effort to persuade the Union to start accepting African American volunteers (see McPherson's "The Negro's Civil War").
Author: James H Brewer
Publisher: Duke University Press; First Edition (US) First Printing edition (1969)
Pages: 212 pages
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