Thomas Higginson


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Noun1.Thomas Higginson - United States writer and soldier who led the first Black regiment in the Union Army (1823-1911)Thomas Higginson - United States writer and soldier who led the first Black regiment in the Union Army (1823-1911)
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Colored Troops; Thomas Higginson, the "fighting parson" reformer of Worcester; Elisha Hunt Rhodes, a Union soldier from Cranston, R.
Years later, Thomas Higginson observed that Brown, and then the war, helped produce in America a style of simplicity, directness, and unadorned expressiveness.
THE ROGUES' GALLERY PICTURED on the front page, left to right, top line, Dean Cronin, 34; Jason Lewis, 32; Craig White, 28; Kevin Nealon, 39; Lee Bridgeman, 22; Luke Thomas Higginson, 19; middle line, Carl Nealon, 19; Luke Holland, 20; Christopher John Field, 21; Michael McCann, 21; Jason Martinson, 31; Jason Palmer, 32; bottom line, Nigel Bartlett, 40; David Allen, 24; Stuart Higginson, 43; David Higginson, 21; Tony Elgar Lewis, 30
Higginson, Army Life in a Black Regiment, 4; Keith Wilson, "In the Shadow of John Brown: The Military Service of Colonels Thomas Higginson, James Montgomery and Robert Shaw in the Department of the South," in Black Soldiers in Blue: African Americans Troops in the Civil War Era (Chapel Hill: Univ.