Re: Union army, Union soldiers
Excuse me George. I thought Robert E. Lee was in command of the ANV. Doesn't sound like a Union man to me. Oh yes, if so many blacks were fighting in Mississppi regiments (I don't mean slaves digging ditches) how come that at Appomattox only four black men were paroled from the Confederate army? Let me guess, they were all fighting in the western theatre. They must have truely been great fighting men as there is no record of them being taken prisoner by the Union Army or ever being killed by those pesky Yanks. We could use men like that today. Have a good day George.