Gilder Lehrman Document Number: GLC04198 Title: [Broadside recruiting African Americans for military service] Author: unknown Year: 1863 Place: s. l. Type of document: Broadside Description: Color print depicting a Union soldier holding a United States flag with an attached banner declaring "Freedom to the Slave." In the background on one side, African American troops march holding a United States flag bearing the words "U. S. Regt. Colored Troops." On the other side, African Americans walk into a public school. The Union officer stands on a flag depicting a snake, while a slave tears the flag in half. On verso, a printed statement declares "All SLAVES were made FREEMEN BY ABRAHAM LINCOLN, PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES, JANUARY 1st, 1863. Come, then, able-bodied COLORED MEN, to the nearest United States Camp, and fight for the STARS AND STRIPES."
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Beyond the Textbook:Exploring American History<br />Newark Public Schools Teaching American History Grant<br />Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History/Woestman<br />
Schedule (3 Cohorts)<br />Analyzing Visual Images<br />Teaching and Learning Strategies for Visual Images<br />Including ELL and Special Needs<br />Using Historical Quotes<br />Analyzing Memoirs and Diaries<br />Analyzing Posters<br />Block Scheduling<br />
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