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    Peter Salem, A Revolutionary War Veteran And Hero Of The Battle Of Bunker Hill, Died On This Date, In 1816. Read More, In Today's BLACK IN TIME Blog!!

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    The contributions of Black Americans to America's independence and the country should never be forgotten and should be recognized and revered as well.

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