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Black Americans in the Revolutionary Era: A Brief History with Documents EssayBlack Americans in the Revolutionary Era: A Brief History with Documents by Woody Holton is an excellent book that informs and explains the history of Black Americans to the readers. Professor Holton provides his argument with many documents to back him up. In the book, Professor Holton introduces many points that are proven by documents in the second part of the book. Some of the key points are: Black Americans in the military, Freedom, slavery, and the aftermath of the Revolution for Black Americans, American Revolution and the Black Americans. African Americans (free or not) faced many problems after the Revolutionary war. It did not matter if they participated in the war or not. Black Americans came across many problems. Some faced discrimination even after getting freedom. Most free blacks were “…continuously subjected to discrimination, exploitation, and abuse” (Page 95). Because of being harassed and discriminated, many African Americans came together and formed an organization. It was called the