Source Box Documentation with Period Language Now Considered Offensive?
It's possible that my search fu has simply not been good enough to find this subject covered in here already.
I have read the Rules and Guidelines (https://www.churchofjesuschrist.org/legal/familysearch-upload-guidelines-and-policies?lang=eng), specifically item 13, but it doesn't really offer any suggestions for how to overcome my particular issue, and honestly, the wording of 13 says "promotion of racism" although I don't think that really speaks to the context of my issue, so I'd entertain the Church clarifying.
I have some mid-1800s period documentation which is uniquely important in establishing certain family facts, relationships and timelines. The information contained is seemingly not found in other sources found to date. This documentation is primarily in the form of Civil War pension files (from NARA), original Civil War letters in my possession, and cemetery interment registers which identify decedents by race. This documentation uses period language which today is generally considered offensive, although it's clear from the context of this particular documentation that it wasn't meant to be especially so at the time - but rather just simply the words they used back then.
What might be some strategies to have this documentation be usable as attached sources, with an eye toward the genealogical proof standard? I'm anxious to have this documentation survive me (or any loss event, really). I have been uploading all of my original source materials to FS, since LDS is dead serious about the survivability of imaged documentary materials. I have not yet tried to upload this particular material, as I'd prefer to have clear feedback on the acceptability.
Is the mere presence of a now-shunned term in any context or time period considered promotion of racism? Ugly though it was, it's awfully hard to document American life without tripping over now-unfortunate verbiage, and it is VERY hard to document citizens of African (or Jewish, or Chinese, or Indigenous, or...) descent without ever having materials (newspapers, documents, property registers) transgress an evolving societal standard.
Thoughts? Ideas? Pointers to where this has been previously discussed?