Which of the following statements are true?
[B] Easily tens of thousands of blacks served the Confederacy as laborers, teamsters, cooks and even as soldiers. Some estimates indicate 25% of free blacks and 15% of slaves actively supported the South during the war.
[C] Blacks served the South because it was their home, and because they hoped for the reward of patriotism.
[D] Famed bridge engineer and former slave Horace King received naval contracts for building Confederate warships.
[E] A black servant named Sam Ashe killed the first Union officer during the war, abolitionist Major Theodore Winthrop.
[F] John W. Buckner, a black private, was wounded at Ft. Wagner repulsing the U.S. (Colored) 54th Massachusetts Regiment.
[G] George Wallace, a servant who surrendered with General Lee at Appomattox, later served in the Georgia Senate.
[H] Captured black cook Dick Poplar suffered cruelty by Yankee Negro guards at Pt. Lookout, MD for being a “Jeff Davis man.”