The radical abolitionists—Frederick Douglass, Sojourner Truth, Harriet Tubman and John Brown—are the only figures in American history before the emergence of the worker’s movement with whom we can identify. We know this as a fact. Walt Whitman and Albert D. J. Cashier are our people our true heroes. Clara Barton opened up the door to providing relief to victims of war and disaster on a neutral bases, with a caring for humanity. These folks are indeed our sheroes and heroes. These folks indeed stand up tall stong and powerful. We celebrate them.
Push Aside Sam Colt Real Deal Sheroes and Heroes of the Civil War is a posting by Furbirdsqueerly and Friends. We are folks who think that there was far more to those days then the gun runner, money-grubbing, don’t care who I kill Sam Colt. (to put it mildly) as we can. We here at Furbirdsqueerly dedicates this posting to all of the true Sheroes and Heroes of the Civil War area and hope that this is a counter balance to any, if any, and all celebrations of Sam Colt and the buckets of blood that built that empire. We invite our readers to join us in commemorating these greats from her and his-story past, those who inspiration lives on and those who truly are the sheroes and heroes of the Civil War.
Our true sheroes and heroes
Sweet Honey in the Rock–Sojourner’s Battle Hymn (1)