Join a group of new African American voters at a polling station in Virginia in 1867. Black and white U.S. Army soldiers are serving as poll workers, since the state of Virginia is under federal military rule, and two Confederate Army veterans are not pleased.

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It’s 1867 at a polling place in Norfolk, Virginia.
Congress has passed the Reconstruction Acts.
African American men in former Confederate states now have the right to vote.