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Not All Blacks Fought For The Union!

Buried under the fluttering Confederate flag: Daughter of black slave who fought FOR Southern forces in Civil War is buried more than 150 years after her father went to war

Mattie Rice Clyburn, 91, (top right) was buried today in Monroe, North Carolina. She was the daughter of Weary Clyburn, who died in 1922, and saved his Confederate master's life in 1861. He was just 19 when he went to fight in the Civil War (bottom right), and, after a long fight by his daughter, he was officially recognized as a participant in the struggle. She was buried today in the same plot as him, under the flags of the Confederacy and South Carolina, her father's home state (left).  Continue: Buried under the fluttering Confederate flag: Daughter of black slave who fought FOR Southern forces in Civil War is buried more than 150 years after her father went to war

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