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Washington's Decision

The Story Of George Washington's Decision To Reaccept Black Enlistments In The Continental Army, December 31, 1775


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Washington's Decision by Patrick Charles
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Washington's Decision explores all the factors that attributed George Washington to reaccept the black soldier in the Continental Army on December 31, 1775. There are three main themes regarding the issue, but none have accurately depicted the events leading up to the General's change of heart. Patrick Charles sets out to finally answer the question, 'What are all the factors that atrributed Washington to reenlist the black soldier?' Washington's Decision tells the story of the Revolution's black soldier from this perspective, giving insight into the politics behind blacks serving, the evolution of slaves to soldiers, and the state of the army during the first year of hostilities.
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January 9th, 2006
Booksurge Publishing
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