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by Pia Seija Seagrave,Ronald Seagrave,Freeman S. Bowley

eBook A Boy Lieutenant: Memoirs of Freeman S. Bowley 30th United States Colored Troops Officer download ISBN: 1887901019
Author: Pia Seija Seagrave,Ronald Seagrave,Freeman S. Bowley
Publisher: Sergeant Kirklands Museum & (February 1, 1997)
Language: English
Pages: 124
ePub: 1741 kb
Fb2: 1813 kb
Rating: 4.3
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Category: Biography
Subcategory: Leaders and Notable People

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The 30th United States Colored Infantry was an infantry regiment that served in the Union Army during the American Civil War. The regiment was composed of African American enlisted men commanded by white officers and was authorized by the Bureau of . . The regiment was composed of African American enlisted men commanded by white officers and was authorized by the Bureau of Colored Troops which was created by the United States War Department on May 22, 1863.

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This memoir by Freeman Sparks Bowley, a young white officer who served as a lieutenant in a regiment of . Colored Troops in the Union Army. Bowley’s service in the Union Army began when his regiment joined Grant’s 1864 Overland Campaign. His courage was tested at the battles of the Wilderness and the Crater. Captured at the Crater, Bowley spent seven months in prison in Columbia, South Carolina.

This memoir by Freeman Sparks Bowley, a young white officer who served as a lieutenant in a regiment of . Colored Troops in the Union Army, is the work of a superb storyteller who describes how his Civil War experiences transformed him from a callow youth into an honorable man. Describing in detail his relationship with the men in his company, Bowley extols the role of black soldiers and their officers in the Union victory.

Memoirs of Freeman S. Bowley 30th United States Colored Troops Officer
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As a special education middle and high school teacher, over the years I have enjoyed using this easy-to-read nonfiction book to increase my student's knowledge of and interest in learning about the Civil War. Of course, as Freeman Sparks Bowley's great granddaughter, for odvious reasons my review may be somewhat biased, but I can say with all honesty that when I read this book for the very first time, I found it so enthralling that I read it all in just one sitting! I sincerely hope that if any of your students decide to read my great grandfather's story about his experiences in the Civil War, it will increase their interest in the war as much as it has my students. Sincerely, Robin Bowley Cookson, Ed.M., C.A.S.