The Black Civil War Soldier
New York University photography Professor Deborah Willis looked at the lives of Black Civil War soldiers through a collection of portraits. This was a virtual event hosted by the Free Library of Philadelphia.
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Jason Freeman Program Associate Free Library of Philadelphia
Deborah Willis Author
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