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Undying Glory A Look Back At The African Americans Who Fought For The Union Army During The Civil War Describes How, Despite The Fact That They Were Treated Like Second Class Soldiers, The Men Proved Their Courage In Battle.

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  • Paperback
  • 167 pages
  • Undying Glory
  • Clinton Cox
  • English
  • 14 December 2018
  • 059044171X

10 thoughts on “Undying Glory

  1. says:

    Read for school Found a little dry Also, that is not glory That is dying There s a difference

  2. says:

    True to Scholastic standards, this book provides an excellent introductory reading to the wonder that is the 54th In summary, it tells mostly of the famous battle at Fort Wagner and the struggles and tribulations faced throughout the entirety of the book If you re looking for extra content, you won t find them here Undying Glory is mostly intended for younger readers and those with little knowledge of whom the 54th were It could also be a great book for fans of the 54th who wish to read anot True to Scholastic standards, this book provides an excellent introductory reading to t...

  3. says:

    More than a book about Colonel Robert Gould Shaw His brigade would continue on to fight after his noble death at Fort Wagner And as for noble The black men of the Fifty Fourth Massachusetts Voluntary Infantry refused pay for the first 18 months in service because the Government wanted to pay them as laborers rather than soldiers.Thou canst not drive, while with the sweatOf unpaid toil thy hands are wet,Nor canst thou hope for peace or joyTill thou Oppression doth destroy Rally and prove tha More than a book about Colonel Robert Gould Shaw His brigade would continue on to fight after his noble death at Fort Wagner And as for noble The black men of the Fifty Fourth Massachusetts Voluntary Infantry refused pay for the first 18 months in service because the Government wanted to pay them as laborers rather than soldiers.Thou canst not drive, while with the sweatOf unpaid toil thy hands are wet,Nor canst thou hope for peace or joyTill thou Oppression doth destro...

  4. says:

    Comments from a history teacherOkay so hear I am once again reading a kid s book However, it is for my classroom library I try to read them all so I can make recommendations.For those not in the know, Undying Glory The Story of the Massachusetts 54th Regiment is a brief history of the 54th Massachusetts the first official regiment of blacks in the American Civil War The unit was immortalized in the Academy Award winning film Glory , starring Denzel Washington.Cox has the great majori Comments from a history teacherOkay so hear I am once again reading a kid s book However, it is for my classroom library I try to read them all so I can make recommendations.For those not in the know, Undying Glory The Story of the Massachusetts 54th Regiment is a brief history of the 54th Massachusetts the first official regiment of blacks...

  5. says:

    The book Undying Glory The Story of the Massachusetts Fifty Fourth Regiment, is a phenomenal book, this book really shows the hard ships that African American had to face just, so they could fight for a nation that was divided half for non slave rights, or for slaves to be free and the other half fought for the right to own slave This book really shows me the reader what it was like back then, unlike now, African American s had to get paid less and there was a little of them in the army, unlik The book Undying Glory The Story of the Massachusetts Fifty Fourth Regiment, is a phenomenal book, this book really shows the hard ships that African American had to face just, so they could fight for a nation that was divided half for non slave rights, or for slaves to be free and the other half fought for the right to own slave This book really sho...

  6. says:

    Who did President Lincoln credit with turning the tide of the Civil War If you don t know, you need to read this book A riveting story, and hugely important in truly understanding the Civil War and the plight of African Americans in the U.S.

  7. says:

    I remember reading this as a kid It was a great introduction to the story of the 54th.

  8. says:

    I think this book is really good for those who enjoy history and action

  9. says:

    I find it rather enjoyable, I wtached the movie on this to.

  10. says:

    I loved this book I covered the Massachusetts 54th as part of a Civil War unit at the end of this school year and this gave me lots of material Great book

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