FREDERIC CAILLIAUDTHE MARCH INTO THE DESERTTHE CARAVAN
THE MISSOURI COMPROMISE SLAVERY RECOGNIZED BY THE FRENCH
THE CIVIL WARCAUSES THAT PRODUCED IT THE ATTACK ON FORT
THE BATTLE OF SHILOH GEN GRANT COMMANDS THE UNION FORCES
BATTLE OF MISSIONARY RIDGE GRANT ORDERS AN ATTACK GALLANT
FREDERICK DOUGLASSHIS EARLY LIFEHARDSHIP AND PRIVATIONS
advance African American appeared appointed army authority battle became become bill called charge citizens Civil College colored command Confederate Congress Constitution continued course Court direct duty elected entered established existence feeling fire five force four freedom give given Government hand heart held hold House human hundred important industrial institutions interest labor land learned liberty Lincoln living March master means meeting nature nearly necessary Negroes never night North once organized party passed person political position present President question race reached received Representatives respect says Senate slave slavery society soon South Southern taken teachers term territory things thousand tion troops Union United University vote whole women
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