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"Freed Negroes" | Harpers Weekly Newspaper 1863 | "THE EFFECTS OF THE PROCLAMATION—FREED NEGROES COMING INTO OUR LINES AT NEWBERN, NORTH CAROLINA."

"Freed Negroes" | Harpers Weekly Newspaper 1863 | "THE EFFECTS OF THE PROCLAMATION—FREED NEGROES COMING INTO OUR LINES AT NEWBERN, NORTH CAROLINA."

Union poster, 1863: Men of Color - To Arms! (The Emancipation Proclamation authorized the enrollment of black troops. Altogether, 186,000 black soldiers served in the Union army and another 29,000 served in the navy, accounting for nearly ten percent of all Union forces and 68,178 of the Union dead or missing. Twenty-four African Americans received the Congressional Medal of Honor for extraordinary bravery in battle) #CivilWar

We remember the fallen: Civil War posters

Union poster, 1863: Men of Color - To Arms! (The Emancipation Proclamation authorized the enrollment of black troops. Altogether, 186,000 black soldiers served in the Union army and another 29,000 served in the navy, accounting for nearly ten percent of all Union forces and 68,178 of the Union dead or missing. Twenty-four African Americans received the Congressional Medal of Honor for extraordinary bravery in battle) #CivilWar

Emancipation Proclamation - 5 Ws: In this activity, students will use a spider map to detail the major components of the Emancipation Proclamation.

Emancipation Proclamation - 5 Ws: In this activity, students will use a spider map to detail the major components of the Emancipation Proclamation.

Abraham Lincoln was president of the United States from 1861 until his assassination in 1865. He was born in a log cabin and grew up on the American frontier, educated himself by reading borrowed books.  As president he is best remembered for leading the Union through the Civil War and freeing slaves with the 1863 Emancipation Proclamation; for delivering the Gettysburg Address, and for his tragic assassination by John Wilkes Booth.

Abraham Lincoln was president of the United States from 1861 until his assassination in 1865. He was born in a log cabin and grew up on the American frontier, educated himself by reading borrowed books. As president he is best remembered for leading the Union through the Civil War and freeing slaves with the 1863 Emancipation Proclamation; for delivering the Gettysburg Address, and for his tragic assassination by John Wilkes Booth.

Official White House Portrait of Abraham Lincoln (by George Peter Alexander Healy, 1869) ~ 16th President of the United States. (Term: 1861-1865) Abraham Lincoln was the first president to be assassinated while in office.  He led the country during the Civil War, and he issued the Emancipation Proclamation.

Official White House Portrait of Abraham Lincoln (by George Peter Alexander Healy, 1869) ~ 16th President of the United States. (Term: 1861-1865) Abraham Lincoln was the first president to be assassinated while in office. He led the country during the Civil War, and he issued the Emancipation Proclamation.

What Lincoln’s Thanksgiving Proclamation Tells Us About Separation of Church and State

What Lincoln’s Thanksgiving Proclamation Tells Us About Separation of Church and State

Abraham Lincoln -The President of the United States. One of his most famous speeches was the "Gettysburg Address," a mere 270 words, given in the midst of civil war.

Abraham Lincoln - This is one of the only photographs of Abraham Lincoln in his White House office. It was taken by Anthony Berger, a Brady operator, to assist the artist Francis B. Carpenter in his massive painting of Lincoln reading the Emancipation Proclamation to his cabinet.

Lincoln Myths and Misconceptions Quiz: Answer 6

Abraham Lincoln - This is one of the only photographs of Abraham Lincoln in his White House office. It was taken by Anthony Berger, a Brady operator, to assist the artist Francis B. Carpenter in his massive painting of Lincoln reading the Emancipation Proclamation to his cabinet.

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