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Corporal Ira Clark
: Now that white people have accustomed themselves to seeing negro men with guns fighting on their behalf, and even getting the same pay, in a few years perhaps they can abide the idea of negro lieutenants and captains. In fifty years, maybe a negro colonel. In a hundred years, the vote. Abraham Lincoln
: What will you do after the war, Corporal Clark? Corporal Ira Clark
: Work sir. Perhaps you'll hire me. Abraham Lincoln
: Perhaps I will. Corporal Ira Clark
: But you should know, sir, that I get sick at the smell of bootblack, and I cannot cut hair. Abraham Lincoln
] I've yet to find a man could make a difference with mine. Private Harold Green
: You got springy hair for a white man. Abraham Lincoln
: I do. My last barber hanged himself. And the one before that. Left me his scissors in his will.