May 4, 2020


On this day in 1865, slavery in the U.S. effectively came to end — nearly three years after President Abraham Lincoln signed the Emancipation Proclamation. Major General Granger of the Union army rode into Texas to deliver the news that the war had ended and slaves were free people.  



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