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Abraham Lincoln discusses the massacre at Fort Pillow, 1864

Abraham Lincoln discusses the massacre at Fort Pillow, 1864

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Discussing the Battle of Fort Pillow, Tennessee, President Lincoln informs Welles, Secretary of the Navy, "it is now quite certain that a large number of our colored soldiers, with their white officers, were, by the rebel force, massacred after they had surrendered ... " Requests Welles counsel regarding the government's course of action following the Fort Pillow events.
Discussing the Battle of Fort Pillow, Tennessee, President Lincoln informs Welles, Secretary of the Navy, "it is now quite certain that a large number of our colored soldiers, with their white officers, were, by the rebel force, massacred after they had surrendered ... " Requests Welles counsel regarding the government's course of action following the Fort Pillow events.

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