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Introduction
1)
Title
African American Civil War Memorial
2)
ID #
1703
3)
Compilation Date (Initial)
April 15, 2007
4)
Compilation Date (Latest)
April 15, 2007
Demography
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1)
Town/City
Washington
2)
County
District of Columbia
3)
District
Intentionally Blank
4)
State
DC
5)
Zip
20001
7)
7.1)
Business/businesses
7.2)
Citizens/residents
7.3)
Community Group
7.4)
Educational entity
7.5)
Government, Local
7.6)
Membership Group/Public Contribution
8)
Washington to Lincoln|1789-1865
Comments and Notes
TITLE ALTERNATE: Spirit of Freedom: African American Civil War Memorial
RACE/ETHNICITY: African-American/African -- Included with the 208,943 U.S. Colored Troops are some 7,000 white officers who also served (SIRIS)
DESIGN: Mr. Hamilton assisted by C. Robert Markert (sp?)
SITE DEVELOPMENT: Start Date -- Assumed to be 7/2/1991, date Washington, DC city council passed resolution endorsing the memorial (SIRIS)
MAINTENANCE: The memorial was transferred to the NPS in October, 2004
THEMES: American Markings Themes -- Bas Relief Works appear on the backside, the family group
LEAD SPONSOR: African-American Civil War Memorial Freedom Foundation



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