African American history in Maryland: In the aftermath of 'Glory' & from segregation to integration

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Maryland State Archives,
Pub. Date:
p2000.
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English
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"First part : Examines what happens to Black soldiers who survive the Civil War by tracing their careers through public and private records. Includes maps, contemporary accounts, census records, probate records, court depositions, and Federal pension files. It relates the soldiers to the efforts to expand and then restrict the suffrage ending with the voting rights cases of 1915 which involved a Civil War soldier from Annapolis."
"Second part : Concentrates on efforts to integrate higher education in Maryland from 1934 to 1937 with emphasis on Thurgood Marshall, Lillie May Jackson, William I. Gosnell, Charles Houston, and Donald Murray's successful attempt to integrate the University of Maryland Law School."
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subject_facet African American sailors -- Maryland -- Annapolis -- Maryland -- History -- CD-ROM, African American soldiers -- Maryland -- Annapolis -- Maryland -- History -- CD-ROM, CD-ROMs, Murray, Donald Gaines -- Trials, litigation, etc. -- CD-ROM, Segregation in higher education -- Law and legislation -- Maryland -- History -- 20th century -- CD-ROM, Soldiers -- Suffrage -- History -- CD-ROM, United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865 -- Participation, African American -- CD-ROM, University of Maryland at Baltimore. -- School of Law -- Admission -- History -- 20th century -- CD-ROM, Voting -- Maryland -- Annapolis -- Maryland -- History -- CD-ROM
title_display African American history in Maryland In the aftermath of 'Glory' & from segregation to integration
title_full African American history in Maryland [electronic resource] : In the aftermath of 'Glory' & from segregation to integration / Maryland State Archives .
title_short African American history in Maryland
title_sub In the aftermath of 'Glory' & from segregation to integration
topic_facet Admission, African American sailors, African American soldiers, CD-ROM, CD-ROMs, History, Law and legislation, Murray, Donald Gaines, Participation, African American, Segregation in higher education, Soldiers, Suffrage, Voting