NEGRO SLAVES were requested by the Confederacy, when the Confederacy desperately needed them the most. I’ve seen numerous reports saying that negro slaves were the stomach of the Confederacy, rendering an invaluable service that the Confederacy could not had done without. CSA General Pemberton, who requested negro slave labor, has a statue. There’s hundreds of statues erected for even the Confederate horses. So where’s at least ONE statue that honors the thousands of negro slaves that did fortifications labor for the Confederacy?