Portrayal of Private William Webb, Civil War Soldier of the 29th Connecticut Volunteers
Now, they said to us that Bermuda Hundred was one of the places where the first 100 slaves came into the country. So, we wanted to go down and we wanted to set the captives free.
African Americans who were thought of as nothing but yet were fighting brave. But then, the next day we held back a rebel’s attack and the horror of war began
to set in.
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