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Confederate Troops Fighting African American Union Soldiers At Fort Wagner

Item # 2140414

<p>The Old Flag Never Touched the Ground: Fort Wagner, South Carolina, 18 July 1863. Sergeant William Carney protecting the flag during a skirmish between an African American regiment and Confederate soldiers, for which Carney was the first African American to be awarded the Medal of Honor. Oil on canvas by Rick Reeves, 1999.</p>

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