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Native GuardTrethewey It is deeply focused on the racial legacy of America’s Deep South particularly on the unreliability and mutability of memory The book’s title refers to the Louisiana Native Guards one of the first black regiments of the American military which was brought into battle during the Civil War Native Guard by Natasha Trethewey Goodreads Native Guard is by Pulitzer Prize winner and US Poet Laureate Natasha Trethewey Her father named her after Tolstoy's character Natasha in War and Peace she says in the poem Miscegenation which is included in the collection Born in Trethewey's parents were a black woman and a white man and their marriage was illegal in her native state of Mississippi They had to flee to Native Guard Poems Trethewey Natasha Natasha Trethewey's Native Guard had me hooked from the first poem Not only is her writing chock full of imagery and beautiful diction but the subject matter is haunting and compelling She gives witness to the many injustices that the members of the Louisiana Native Guard were put through and also the injustices that were directed toward her and her family Although she is specifically writing about st Louisiana Native Guard United States Wikipedia The st Louisiana Native Guard was one of the first all black regiments to fight in the Union Army during the American Civil War It was based in New Orleans Louisiana and played a prominent role in the Siege of Port Hudson Its members included a minority of free men of color from New Orleans; most were African American former slaves who had escaped to join the Union cause and gain freedom A st Louisiana Native Guard CSA Wikipedia The Native Guards were on duty and at their post when Federal ships arrived opposite New Orleans April The st Louisiana Native Guard CSA was a Confederate Louisianan militia that consisted of free blacks Formed in in New Orleans Louisiana it was disbanded on April. The Daughters of the Confederacyhas placed a plaue here at the fort’s entrance—each Confederate soldier’s name raised hardin bronze; no names carved for the Native Guards—2nd Regiment Union men black phalanxWhat is monument to their legacy Third stanza of Elegy for the Native GuardsThis is a very intensely focused volume of poetry about Natasha Trethewey her mother her parents and her hometown and the state of Mississippi The book is named after the first black solders to official serve in the American Civil War These solders are of course not commemorated in any monument in her home state so she memorialized them on this page A big focus of this book is also the fact that she spent her early years in a mixed race family her father was white when it was illegal and dangerous to do so It was interesting to read this straight forward biographical book after my previous read from Ezra Pound In any case this was a short and concise use of biography history and confessional in verse form This was one of the poets that was brought to my attention by Angles of Ascent A Norton Anthology of Contemporary African American Poetry