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        Civil War 'Contrabands' | African-American History

        Portrait of Civil War 'Contrabands,' Fugitive Slaves Who Were Emancipated Upon Reaching The North, Sitting Outside A House, Possible In Freedman'S Village In Arlington, Virginia, Mid 1860S. Up To 1100 Former Slaves At A Time Were Housed In The Government Established Freedman'S Village In The Thirty Years In Which It Served As A Temporary Shelter For Runaway and Liberated Slaves. (Photo By Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

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