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For African Americans during the War for Independence, what mattered most was freedom from slavery. As the Revolution spread from American colony to American colony, men in bondage took up arms for whatever side promised them liberty when the conflict ended. An estimated 100,000 blacks escaped, died, or were killed during the American Revolution. Many are remembered as heroes today. Here, from New York Times bestselling historian Thomas Fleming, is their extraordinary and little-told story.