. . . people seem more interested in adopting positions than actually doing the research to confirm or refute their ideas. The positions run the gambit from "There were no blacks in the Confederate army," to "There were no blacks willingly serving in the Confederate army," to "There were tens of thousands of blacks willingly serving in the Confederate army." Second - it's not easy to find good sources, especially when the "National Narrative" is already against you. Why is this?You may read more of Michael's interesting and refreshing perspective here.
13 September 2015
A Different Foray into the "Black Confederate" Discussion
Brought to us by historian and fellow blogger, Michael Hardy: