About as much toes and fingers of 100 people.
There was aproximately 180,000 African Americans who died in the civil war
Approximately 40,000 African American soldiers were killed in the US Civil War. At least 50% or more died from disease.
There were many African American troops in the US Civil War. By 1865, one in ten Union Soldiers was African American. An estimated 40,000 African Americans died in the war.
It is estimated that about 1/3 of the approximately 180,000 African Americans to enlist in the Civil War were casualties. The approximate number of African Americans killed during the Civil War would thus be around 60,000.
they helped the war efforts in many different ways- or they were enlisted in the Union Army :)
It is estimated that the number of Americans who were killed during the Civil War were 620,000. Many more have died in other wars and conflicts.
See website: Statistics About the Vietnam War.
To most African Americans the Civil War was a way to become free from slavery. After the Civil War blacks would no longer have to be in slavery, and this is why many African Americans signed up to fight for the Union army. They found this war as an opportunity to have rights, and become a citizen. African Americans fought to show that they did have loyalty to the North.
Approximately 180,000 African Americans comprising 163 units served in the Union Army during the Civil War, and many more African Americans served in the Union Navy. Both free Africans Americans and ... The Black Civil WarSoldiers of Illinois: .
Many migrated north and west
the civil war had many effects on the civil war white women lost many people close to them and African Americans often would be beaten and or killed if they where to give any information to union soilders the civil war had many effects on women and African Americans. white women lost there husbans and relitives and African Americans would be beaten and our killed if cout giving information to union soilders
She did not "free" African Americans. She simply stood up against the inequalities, gave speeches on the subject, wrote books and attempted to obtain land grants for African Americans after the civil war. [She had help recruite African Americans into the civil war.]
Life was hard because many southern cities lay in ruins and there where no jobs around leaving Africans Americans homeless and penniless
the black codes were laws passed in the united states to limit the civil rights and civil liberties of african americans
Many migrated North and West
There is no precise measurement of how many African-Americans have some white ancestry, but it is thought that almost all African-Americans whose ancestors were slaves in the pre-Civil War United States have some white ancestry.