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        U.S. Infantry and Rifle Tactics, 1861 | A State Divided

        This tactics manual belonged to John J. Allen, Jr. Allen was a slave who gained his freedom when he joined the Union Army. The tactics manual was one of the first things every soldier received. It had a lot of information about how to handle a weapon. There were chapters on fighting, calls, and the Articles of War. The manual also included a dictionary of military terms.

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        U.S. Infantry and Rifle Tactics #1

        This tactics manual belonged to John J. Allen, Jr. Allen was a slave who gained his freedom when he joined the Union Army. The tactics manual was one of the first things every soldier received. It had a lot of information about how to handle a weapon.

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        U.S. Infantry and Rifle Tactics #2

        This tactics manual belonged to John J. Allen, Jr. Allen was a slave who gained his freedom when he joined the Union Army. The tactics manual was one of the first things every soldier received. It had a lot of information about how to handle a weapon.

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