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Men of color to arms! To arms! Now or never.

Wanted immediately! 100 colored teamsters!

Sir: your attention is requested to the following extract from the Philadelphia Sunday transcript of April 30th, 1865: : the Supervisory Committee for Recruiting Colored Troops ....

Men of color, to arms! Now or never!

Men of color! To arms! To arms! Now or never.

The Second Louisiana. May 27th, 1863 / By George H. Boker.

The colored volunteer

Raising colored infant - ry

Robert Small, pilot of the steamer Planter, Charleston, S.C.

[The scourged back]

Journey of a slave from plantation to the battlefield. [graphic].

The shackle broken - by the genius of freedom [graphic] / Lith. & Print. by E. Sachse & Co.

"Nick Biddle" [graphic] : Of Pottsville, Pa., the first man wounded in the Great American Rebellion, "Baltimore, April 18, 1861."

Heroes of the colored race

24th Regiment, U[nited] S[tates] C[olored] T[roops] at Camp William Penn

United States soldiers at Camp "William Penn" Philadelphia, PA

Raw recruits, or, Abraham's daughter. / As sung with great applause by Bryants Minstrels of New York. ; Words by Charley Fox, ; arranged by W.L. Hobbs.

"A guard of colored soldiers"

A typical negro [graphic] / McPherson and Oliver del.

Storming of Missionary Ridge.

"Who would be free, themselves must strike the blow!" : Colored men of Burlington Co., your country calls you ...

Men of color in consequence of indisposition, of Fred'k Douglass the meeting for promoting recruiting for 3d Regiment U.S. Colored Troops is postponed until Friday, July 24, 1863.

[Photographic reproduction of an allegorical view including Abraham Lincoln, a pavilion, and marching soldiers] [graphic] / P. Philipoteaux; Allen & Rowell, photographers, 25 Winter Street, Boston.

The gallant charge of the Fifty Fourth Massachusetts (Colored) Regiment

The gallant charge of the Fifty Fourth Massachusetts (Colored) Regiment [graphic] : On the rebel works at Fort Wagner, Morris Island near Charleston, July 18th 1863, and death of Colonel Robt. G. Shaw.

Battle of Olustee, Fla. [graphic] : Feby 26' 1864 - Union: (Gen. Seymour) 8' U.S., 54" Mass., 1' N.C. Col'r T[roop]. Loss: 193 k'd, 1175 'd, 460 miss'g - Conf. (Gen. Finnegan) Loss: Abt 660.