Letter by the Mother of a Black Civil War Soldier – 1863 (primary source document w/ reading questions)

Letter by the Mother of a Black Civil War Soldier

This primary source document is a letter written by Hannah Johnson, a mother of a black union soldier, urging the president to fight for the equality of white and black soldiers, and to resists calls for rescinding the Emancipation Proclamation. In addition, this selection contains reading questions.

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