By Mattie Dogen
Книга посвященная фортифкации Нового времени, точнее XVII века. Издана тогда же.
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At the time, all blacks in the army received $10 a month, regardless of rank. White enlisted men were given $13, and white officers earned more. A white army surgeon with a major’s rank would receive $169 per month. Augusta first received his rightful salary in April 1864, after Maryland congressman Ephraim King Wilson appealed to Secretary of War Edwin M. Stanton. Four months later, in August 1864, the government paid black and white enlisted men equally for the first time. On March 13, 1865, for meritorious and faithful service, Augusta was brevetted a lieutenant colonel.
163–164. Quarles, Benjamin. The Negro in the American Revolution. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1996, pp. 4–7. S. S. Colored Troops A physician with a successful private practice in Canada, Alexander T. S. S. Colored Troops. Augusta, Alexander Thomas 19 Augusta, who was born to free black parents in Norfolk, Virginia, on March 8, 1825, learned to read as a young man in Baltimore, where he worked as a barber. Wanting to do more with his life than cut hair, he began studying the practice of medicine with local physicians.
Architectvra Militaris Moderna by Mattie Dogen