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One of the highest-ranking African-American officers to serve in the war was Martin Delany, who entered the Union Army as a major in 1865. A well-known abolitionist, Delany was born near Charles Town, the site of John Brown's trial and hanging.
Location:West Virginia,Harpers Ferry,25425