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A Short Story About The Black Marbleheaders & The First Rhode Island Regiment

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The Black Marbleheaders and the First Rhode Island's tribute to Marbleheader "JOSEPH BROWN" at Glover's Marbleheaders Encampment-


The Marbleheaders were a group of fishermen turned army commanded by Colonel Glover
during the American Revolution. As there were many Africans among them, they could well be considered the first integrated military force in the American Revolution. As skillful and well organized seamen their gallentry under the command of Colonel Glover help changed the tides and aided General Washington to victory in the Battle of Trenton.


The Marbleheaders were a group of fishermen turned army commanded by Colonel Glover
during the American Revolution. As there were many Africans among them, they could well be considered the first integrated military force in the American Revolution. As skillful and well organized seamen their gallentry under the command of Colonel Glover help changed the tides and aided General Washington to victory in the Battle of Trenton.
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The Black Marbleheaders and the First Rhode Island's tribute to Marbleheader "JOSEPH BROWN" at Glover's Marbleheaders Encampment-


The Marbleheaders were a group of fishermen turned army commanded by Colonel Glover
during the American Revolution. As there were many Africans among them, they could well be considered the first integrated military force in the American Revolution. As skillful and well organized seamen their gallentry under the command of Colonel Glover help changed the tides and aided General Washington to victory in the Battle of Trenton.


The Marbleheaders were a group of fishermen turned army commanded by Colonel Glover
during the American Revolution. As there were many Africans among them, they could well be considered the first integrated military force in the American Revolution. As skillful and well organized seamen their gallentry under the command of Colonel Glover help changed the tides and aided General Washington to victory in the Battle of Trenton. Show less
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