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Fine. No dust jacket as issued. Light top front corner sticker residue. Clean. Unmarked. First edition. Trade paperback (US). Glued binding. 231 p. Footnotes on pages. Bibliography. Index. Audience: General/trade. US History; African American Studies. Not until the 3rd year of the war, facing manpower shortages, did the Revolutionary Army and the British actively recruit African Americans for military service. With expectations that a new country would bring new freedoms, individuals more often chose the revolutionary side. Quarles here offers a balanced assessment regarding both the war and its diplomatic aftermath, and the impact on social and economic conditions for the African American.
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