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The unit was the first African-American regiment organized in the northern states during the Civil War. Department of War to begin recruiting African-Americans, placed a high priority on the formation of the 54th Massachusetts. The free black community in Boston was also instrumental in recruiting efforts, utilizing networks reaching beyond Massachusetts and even into the southern states to attract soldiers and fill out the ranks. During the latter engagement, the 54th Massachusetts, with other Union regiments, executed a frontal assault against Fort Wagner and suffered casualties of 20 killed, wounded, and missing primarily presumed dead --roughly 40 percent of the unit's numbers at that time.

Shaw was killed on the parapet of Fort Wagner. The service of the 54th Massachusetts, particularly their charge at Fort Wagner, soon became one of the most famous episodes of the war, interpreted through artwork, poetry and song. Secretary of War Edwin M. Stanton accordingly instructed the Governor of Massachusetts , John A.

Andrew , to begin raising regiments including "persons of African descent" on January 26, Many of these officers were of abolitionist families and several were chosen by Governor Andrew himself. Norwood Hallowell was joined by his younger brother Edward Needles Hallowell who commanded the 54th as a full colonel for the rest of the war after Shaw's death. Twenty-four of the 29 officers were veterans, but only six had been previously commissioned. Appleton, [16] the first white man commissioned in the regiment, posted a notice in the Boston Journal.

Pierce spoke at a Joy Street Church recruiting rally, encouraging free blacks to enlist. Stephens , African-American military correspondent to the Weekly Anglo-African who recruited over men in Philadelphia and would go on to serve as a First Sergeant in the 54th. The 54th trained at Camp Meigs in Readville near Boston.

While there they received considerable moral support from abolitionists in Massachusetts, including Ralph Waldo Emerson. As it became evident that many more recruits were coming forward than were needed, the medical exam for the 54th was described as "rigid and thorough" by the Massachusetts Surgeon-General.

This resulted in what he described as "a more robust, strong and healthy set of men were never mustered into the service of the United States. By most accounts the 54th left Boston with very high morale. This was despite the fact that Jefferson Davis 's proclamation of December 23, , effectively put both African-American enlisted men and white officers under a death sentence if captured on the grounds that they were inciting servile insurrection.

After muster into federal service on May 13, , [24] the 54th left Boston with fanfare on May 28, and arrived to more celebrations in Beaufort, South Carolina. They were greeted by local blacks and by Northern abolitionists, some of whom had deployed from Boston a year earlier as missionaries to the Port Royal Experiment. The regiment's first battlefield action took place in a skirmish with Confederate troops on James Island , South Carolina , on July The regiment stopped a Confederate assault, [30] losing 42 men in the process.

The regiment gained recognition on July 18, , when it spearheaded an assault on Fort Wagner near Charleston, South Carolina. The total regimental casualties of would be the highest total for the 54th in a single engagement during the war. Although Union forces were not able to take and hold the fort despite taking a portion of the walls in the initial assault , the 54th was widely acclaimed for its valor during the battle, and the event helped encourage the further enlistment and mobilization of African-American troops, a key development that President Abraham Lincoln once noted as helping to secure the final victory.

Under the command of now-Colonel Edward Hallowell, the 54th fought a rear-guard action covering the Union retreat at the Battle of Olustee. During the retreat, the unit was suddenly ordered to counter-march back to Ten-Mile station. The locomotive of a train carrying wounded Union soldiers had broken down and the wounded were in danger of capture. When the 54th arrived, the men attached ropes to the engine and cars and manually pulled the train approximately three miles 4. It took forty-two hours to pull the train that distance.

As part of an all-black brigade under Col. Hartwell , they unsuccessfully attacked entrenched Confederate militia at the November Battle of Honey Hill. In mid-April , they fought at the Battle of Boykin's Mill , a small affair in South Carolina that proved to be one of the last engagements of the war. The enlisted men of the 54th were recruited on the promise of pay and allowances equal to their white counterparts.

Hooper took command of the regiment starting June 18, After nearly a month Colonel Hallowell returned on July Refusing their reduced pay became a point of honor for the men of the 54th. In fact, at the Battle of Olustee , when ordered forward to protect the retreat of the Union forces, the men moved forward shouting, "Massachusetts and Seven Dollars a Month!

The Congressional bill, enacted on June 16, , authorized equal and full pay to those enlisted troops who had been free men as of April 19, Of course not all the troops qualified. Colonel Hallowell, a Quaker, rationalized that because he did not believe in slavery he could therefore have all the troops swear that they were free men on April 19, Before being given their back pay the entire regiment was administered what became known as "the Quaker oath".

So help you God". On September 28, , the U. Congress took action to pay the men of the 54th. Most of the men had served 18 months. Of the regiment, Governor John A. Andrew said, "I know not where, in all of human history, to any given thousand men in arms there has been committed a work at once so proud, so precious, so full of hope and glory. A famous composition by Charles Ives , "Col. Shaw and his Colored Regiment", the opening movement of Three Places in New England , is based both on the monument and the regiment.

In the poem, Lowell uses the Robert Gould Shaw memorial as a symbolic device to comment on broader societal change, including racism and segregation, as well as his more personal struggle to cope with a rapidly changing Boston. A Union officer had asked the Confederates at Battery Wagner for the return of Shaw's body, but was informed by the Confederate commander, Brigadier General Johnson Hagood , "We buried him with his niggers. The unit was reactivated on November 21, , to serve as the Massachusetts National Guard ceremonial unit to render military honors at funerals and state functions.

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Congress took action to pay the men of the 54th. Most of the men had served 18 months. Of the regiment, Governor John A. Andrew said, "I know not where, in all of human history, to any given thousand men in arms there has been committed a work at once so proud, so precious, so full of hope and glory. A famous composition by Charles Ives , "Col.

Shaw and his Colored Regiment", the opening movement of Three Places in New England , is based both on the monument and the regiment. In the poem, Lowell uses the Robert Gould Shaw memorial as a symbolic device to comment on broader societal change, including racism and segregation, as well as his more personal struggle to cope with a rapidly changing Boston. A Union officer had asked the Confederates at Battery Wagner for the return of Shaw's body, but was informed by the Confederate commander, Brigadier General Johnson Hagood , "We buried him with his niggers.

The unit was reactivated on November 21, , to serve as the Massachusetts National Guard ceremonial unit to render military honors at funerals and state functions. The new unit is now known as the 54th Massachusetts Volunteer Regiment. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Redirected from 54th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry. Retrieved December 6, Massachusetts Volunteers, Of African Descent".

University of Maryland, College Park. Archived from the original on National Park Service ". National Archives and Records Administration. Hooper, 54th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry".

Retrieved April 30, Laplante, Standard Times staff writer. Black soldiers remembered in bronze, prose and song".

The "American School" at the Universal Exposition. Retrieved 12 July Regiment to march in inaugural parade". The Bay State Banner. Three Essays on Emancipation and the Civil War.

Ethnic and Racial Minorities in the U. University of Massachusetts Press. Massachusetts in the War, — Brown, William Wells The Negro in the American Rebellion: His Heroism and His Fidelity. The Story of the Massachusetts 54th Regiment. A Compendium of the War of the Rebellion. Number of full-service restaurants: Low-income preschool obesity rate: Average overall health of teeth and gums: People feeling badly about themselves: People not drinking alcohol at all: Average hours sleeping at night: Average condition of hearing: Lewisburg government finances - Expenditure in per resident: Current Operations - Police Protection: Lewisburg government finances - Revenue in per resident: Lewisburg government finances - Debt in per resident: Lewisburg government finances - Cash and Securities in per resident: Strongest AM radio stations in Lewisburg: Strongest FM radio stations in Lewisburg: TV broadcast stations around Lewisburg: Oct 19, National Bridge Inventory NBI Statistics 1 Number of bridges 4m 13ft Total length 2, Total average daily traffic 79 Total average daily truck traffic 3, Total future year average daily traffic.

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