Lest We Forget - African American Military History by Researcher, 
				Author and Veteran Bennie McRae, Jr.

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  1. AFRICAN AMERICANS AND RADIO
  2. Paul Laurence Dunbar State Memorial Opening
  3. Our Gratitude - Andrew Jackson Smith Memorial Highway
  4. Ayers Case Provisions Not Included in Report From State Institutes ofHigher Learning  By Earnest McBride
  5. Battle of Vicksburg Being Fought Again Over Recognition of Black Civil War Troops
  6. Black and Tan Party Rule in Mississippi
  7. Notes from Black History November 1873
  8. July 4: An Occasion of Joy for Black Mississippians
  9. KEYNOTE SPEECH
  10. The Making of the United States of America - When and How the States Came to Be
  11. Research History at Washington Senior High School
  12. Cincinnati Black Brigade - First Regiment
  13. Cincinnati Black Brigade - Third Regiment
  14. Washington Senior High School
  15. Legislative Analysis
  16. Colonel John Stone of Belpre, Ohio
  17. Black Seminoles a Historical Overview by Katarina Wittich
  18. AFRICAN AMERICAN
  19. Fort Clark, Bracketville, Texas - Historic Home of The Seminole-Negro Indian Scouts
  20. CAMP NELSON NATIONAL CEMETERY GRAVE REGISTRATION
  21. Civil War
  22. Civil War: Pension File, Union Navy
  23. 29th Regiment
  24. 45th Regiment
  25. 5th Regiment
  26. NINTH BATTALION OHIO NATIONAL GUARD
  27. Books By John Michael Vlach And Commentary - Thurman W. Adams
  28. And the Heavens Wept
  29. The Governor Ross Mansion and Plantation
  30. LEGEND
  31. NOVEMBER 19
  32. HEADQUARTERS INDIAN BRIGADE
  33. Nat
  34. SPECIAL ORDERS NO
  35. JULY 17
  36. AN ACT to reward the loyalty of the principal chief of the SeminoleNation
  37. HEADQUARTERS DIVISION
  38. JULY 1
  39. NOVEMBER 19
  40. NOVEMBER 19
  41. A TREATY
  42. HDQRS
  43. Letter of Col
  44. A TREATY of friendship made and concluded at the Seminole council
  45. JULY 17
  46. DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR
  47. A CONVENTION supplementary to the treaty of friendship this day made andconcluded at the council
  48. NOVEMBER 19
  49. JULY 17
  50. Interviews - World War II and Korean War Veterans
  51. RETRIEVING RECORDS FROM THE NATI
  52. Access to Military Service and Pension Records
  53. Order Forms for Military Service and Family History Records
  54. Tuskegee Airmen
  55. Afromestizo - The Third Root
  56. Minutes of an interview between the colored ministers and church officersat Savannah with the Secretary of War and Major
  57. Civil War
  58. ORGANIZATION OF UNITED STATES COLORED TROOPS BY STATE
  59. Colored men and their relation to the military service
  60. Civil War
  61. The Washington Senior High School Research History Class
  62. HEADQUARTERS CAVALRY FORCES
  63. 8th Regiment
  64. Civil War
  65. PRESENTATION
  66. Washington County, Ohio
  67. HEADQUARTERS CAVALRY FORCES
  68. Blacks in the World War II U. S. Army Air Corps
  69. D-Day plus 54 years
  70. In Memoriam - Sergeant Milton Graham 69th Infantry Division
  71. World War II Oral History Project
  72. Association of the '2221' Negro Volunteers, WWII
  73. ex HEADQUARTERS SMITH
  74. War Department - Contrabands Report #5
  75. CONTRABANDS Report 11
  76. HEADQUARTERS OF the ARMY
  77. com  McCLELLAN
  78. HEADQUARTERS ARMY CF THE POTOMAC
  79. HEADQUARTERS
  80. ex HEADQUARTERS FOURTH CORPS
  81. HEADQUARTERS DEPARTMENT OF THE MISSOURI
  82. HDQRS
  83. SAULSBURY
  84. ex  OPERATIONS IN NORTHERN VIRGINIA
  85. New Page 1
  86. Major
  87. General ORDERS No
  88. Association of the "2221" Negro Volunteers - World War II
  89. PRESS RELEASE
  90. African-American Genealogy - Civil War Sailor's Widow Drops Dead in Philadelphia
  91. Free Blacks in the City of Norfolk, Virginia - 1801
  92. Army Air Force's Eastern Flying Training Command, Chapter 11, 1 January 1939 - 7 December 1941
  93. DR. PAYTON SPEECH
  94. Tuskegee National Historic Sites
  95. Tuskegee University Continues as a Beacon
  96. Tuskegee's Old Farm Museum
  97. Alexandria National Cemetery - Seminole Negro Indian Scouts
  98. REPORT - ENGINEER BRIGADE
  99. Expedition along the coasts of Georgia and East Florida - November 3-10, 1862
  100. MARCH 10-MAY 22
  101. Expedition from Memphis, Tenn., to Brownsville, Miss. - April 19-23, 1865
  102. Operations in Northern Louisiana
  103. HDQRS
  104. HDQ. 1ST BRIG., 1ST DIV., USCT, APRIL 13, 1865
  105. HDQ. 1ST DIV. USCT - APRIL 16, 1865
  106. 5th U.S. Colored Cavalry Regiment
  107. Report of Brig
  108. Skirmish at Meriwether's Ferry, Bayou Boeuf, Ark.
  109. 47TH U.S. COLORED INFANTRY REGIMENT
  110. Expedition from Beaufort, S. C., up the Saint Mary's River, in Georgia and Florida
  111. May 10, 1863, Skirmishes at Caledonia and Pin Hook La
  112. INTRODUCTION - MOBILE CAMPAIGN
  113. Skirmish near Bayou Tensas (26th) and expedition from Goodrich's Landing to Bayou Macon, La (28th-31st)
  114. HEADQUARTERS, FORTY-SEVENTH REGIMENT - USCI
  115. Report of Maj. Gen Napoleon J. T. Dana, U. S. Army, commanding Districts of West Tennessee and Vicksburg
  116. Report of Brig
  117. Report of Col. Embury D. Osband - Memphis, Tenn, January 13, 1865
  118. January 27, 1865. -- Expedition from Fort Pinney to Kimball's Plantation, Ark.
  119. Report of Maj. Gen. Edward R. S. Canby, U. S. Army, commanding Military Division of West Mississippi.
  120. Expedition from Memphis, Tenn. into Southeastern Arkansas and Northeastern Louisiana.
  121. COLUMN FROM PENSACOLA BAY, FLORIDA - ORGANIZATION
  122. Attack on Pawnee Agency, Nebr.
  123. Report of Lieut. Col. Daniel Densmore, Sixty-eighth U.S. Colored Infantry, of operations April 1-9.
  124. Expedition from Beaufort, S. C., to Doboy River, Ga.
  125. Griersons's Cavalry Expedition
  126. Report of Col. Charles W. Drew, Seventy-sixth U. S. Colored Infantry, Commanding Third Brigade, of Operations April 1-9
  127. Reports of Col. Embury D. Osband, Third U. S. Colored Cavalry, Commanding Expedition
  128. HEADQUARTERS CAVALRY FORCES Vicksburg, Miss, December 4, 1864
  129. DAVENPORT
  130. Organization - Engineer Brigade
  131. October 24, 1862 - Affair on Saint Helena Island, S. C.
  132. Report of Brig. Gen. Charles J. Paine, U. S. Army, Commanding Third Division, of operations February 8 - April 24.
  133. November 3-10, 1862 -- Expedition along the coasts of Georgia and East Florida.
  134. JULY 1-2, 1863. - Engagement at Cabin Creek, Indian Territory - Report 2
  135. Reports of Brig
  136. JULY 1-2, 1863. - Engagement at Cabin Creek, Indian Territory - Report 1
  137. Report of Col. Frederick M. Crandal, Forty-eight U.S. Colored Infantry, of operations April 1-9
  138. HDQ - 1ST DIV. USCT - APRIL 8, 1865
  139. January 23 - February 1, 1863. - Expedition from Beaufort, S. C., up the Saint Mary's River, in Georgia and Florida
  140. August 26-31, 1864 - Skirmish near Bayou Tensas (26th) and expedition from Goodrich's Landing to Bayou Macon, La (28th-31st).
  141. Roster of Officers 48th Regiment of Infantry Volunteers 1899-1901
  142. ROSTER - 9th UNITED STATES VOLUNTEER INFANTRY 1898 to 1899
  143. 10th Cavalry Roster - Spanish American War - 1898
  144. ROSTER - 24TH U. S. INFANTRY REGIMENT
  145. Roster - Officers of the 370th Infantry Regiment, 1917 - 1919
  146. Simon Simeon West Company M
  147. Black Americans and the Nation's Defenese
  148. Correspondence from L. Thomas to Edwin M. Stanton
  149. Correspondence from Q. A. Gillmore to Hon. E. M. Stanton
  150. Correspondence from L. Thomas to Col. E. D. Townsend
  151. Correspondence from Q. A. Gillmore to Bvt. Maj. Gen. C. Grover
  152. Correspondence to Abraham Lincoln from John L. Barbour
  153. Correspondence from H. Ware to E.A. Hitchcock
  154. Correspondence from C. W. Foster to Thomas Webster, Esq.
  155. Correspondence from N. J. T. Dana to Maj. C. T. Christensen
  156. Correspondence to the Adjutant-General's Office, Bureau for Colored Troops from C.W. Foster
  157. Correspondence from L. Thomas to Hon. E. M. Stanton, Secretary of War
  158. Correspondence from the War Department to Col. James Montgomery
  159. Correspondence to Edwin M. Stanton from L. Thomas (Letter #5)
  160. Battle of Milliken's Bend Correspondence from Captain M. M. Miller to his Aunt
  161. Correspondence to Edwin M. Stanton from L.Thomas
  162. Correspondence to Major-General BUTLER from EDWIN M. STANTON, Secretary of War
  163. Correspondance to Maj. Gen. E. R. S. CANBY from E. A. HITCHCOCK
  164. Executive Department Correspondence :: Civil War :: Lest We Forget
  165. Correspondence from Major General D. Hunter to Hon. E.M. Stanton, Secretary of War
  166. Third Division, Twenty-Fifth Army Corps.
  167. First Mississippi Volunteer Infantry (African Descent)
  168. Correspondence from Adjutant-General L. Thomas to Col. E. D. Townsend
  169. Report of Col. Charles A. Gilchrist, Fiftieth U. S. Colored Infantry, of operations April 3-9.
  170. Report of Maj. Gen. Edward R. S. Canby, U. S. Army, commanding Military Division of West Mississippi.
  171. Report of Col. Embury D. Osband, Third U.S. Colored Cavalry, commanding expedition.
  172. Reports of Col. Embury D. Osband, Third U. S. Colored Cavalry, Commanding Expedition
  173. Reports from Colonel E.D. Osband, Third US Calvary
  174. 5th U.S. Colored Cavalry Regiment
  175. 5TH MASSACHUSETTS COLORED VOLUNTEER CAVALRY
  176. 137th United States Colored Infantry Regiment
  177. 6TH U. S. COLORED CAVALRY - LETTER
  178. QUARTERMASTER-GENERAL
  179. HEADQUARTERS PROVISIONAL CORPS
  180. HEADQUARTERS TWENTY-FIFTH ARMY C
  181. PROVISIONAL ARMY CORPS
  182. JANUARY 1-APRIL 26
  183. GENERAL ORDERS
  184. SPECIAL ORDERS No
  185. GENERAL ORDERS No
  186. MARCHING ORDERS
  187. HDQRS
  188. SPECIAL ORDERS No
  189. HEADQUARTERS DEPARTMENT OF THE T
  190. CIRCULAR No
  191. HEADQUARTERS SEVENTEENTH ARMY CO
  192. HEADQUARTERS DISTRICT OF VICKSBU
  193. NEAR VICKSBURG
  194. CIRCULAR No
  195. SPECIAL ORDERS No
  196. SPECIAL ORDERS
  197. HEADQUARTERS SEVENTEENTH ARMY CO
  198. SPECIAL ORDERS No
  199. HEADQUARTERS SEVENTEENTH ARMY CO
  200. SPECIAL ORDERS No
  201. HDQRS
  202. HDQRS
  203. SPECIAL ORDERS No
  204. SPECIAL ORDERS No
  205. HEADQUARTERS FIRST DIVISION
  206. SPECIAL ORDERS NO
  207. SPECIAL ORDERS No
  208. SPECIAL ORDERS No
  209. HEADQUARTERS U
  210. HDQRS
  211. SPECIAL ORDERS No
  212. SPECIAL ORDERS
  213. HEADQUARTERS FIRST DIVISION
  214. HDQRS
  215. GENERAL ORDERS No
  216. SPECIAL ORDERS No
  217. SPECIAL ORDERS No
  218. HEADQUARTERS OF THE POST AND DEF
  219. HEADQUARTERS FIRST DIVISION
  220. HDQRS
  221. GENERAL ORDERS No
  222. SPECIAL ORDERS No
  223. HDQRS
  224. SPECIAL ORDER No
  225. SPECIAL ORDERS No
  226. HDQRS
  227. GENERAL ORDERS No
  228. HDQRS
  229. SPECIAL ORDERS
  230. SPECIAL ORDERS No
  231. 24th Regiment
  232. 29th Regiment, United States Colored Infantry
  233. 29th Regiment
  234. 45th Regiment
  235. 22nd Regiment
  236. 28th Regiment
  237. 5th Regiment
  238. BUREAU OF ORDNANCE
  239. HEADQUARTERS TRANS-MISSISSIPPI D
  240. STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA
  241. Civil War Statement
  242. RICHMOND
  243. RICHMOND
  244. ABINGDON
  245. EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT
  246. HEADQUARTERS ARMY OF NORTHERN VI
  247. War Department
  248. CONFEDERATE STATES OF AMERICA
  249. NEAR SMITHFIELD
  250. HEADQUARTERS DEPARTMENT OF THE G
  251. RICHMOND
  252. DEPARTMENT HEADQUARTERS
  253. RICHMOND
  254. CONFEDERATE STATES OF AMERICA
  255. HEADQUARTERS DEPARTMENT OF THE G
  256. STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA Executive Department
  257. HDQRS
  258. HEADQUARTERS
  259. HEADQUARTERS MILITARY DISTRICT O
  260. EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT
  261. HEADQUARTERS ARMY OF TENNESSEE
  262. ADJUTANT AND INSPECTOR-GENERAL
  263. DEMOPOLIS
  264. Remembrance Day - Gettysburg, Pennsylvania - November 17, 2007
  265. United States Colored Troops Civil War Symposium
  266. Marie Reed Civil War Cadets
  267. Report from R. D. Mussey Colonel 100th, U. S. Colored Infantry to Maj. C.W. Foster, Assistant Adjutant-General, Chief of the Colored Bureau
  268. Correspondence from Major-General Q.A. Gilmore to Hon. E. M. STANTON, Secretary of War
  269. Return of Casualties in the Union Forces - Second Assault on Battery Wagner - July 18, 1863
  270. Report of Brig. Gen. Rufus Saxton, U.S. Army.
  271. Report of Capt. J. H. Mickler, C. S. Army, commanding Battalion
  272. SOUTH CAROLINA VOLUNTEERS
  273. Major General P. R. Cleburne
  274. HEADQUARTERS FOURTH MICHIGAN CAV
  275. HDQRS
  276. HEADQUARTERS SECOND DIVISION CAV
  277. HEADQUARTERS SECOND DIVISION
  278. HDQRS
  279. REPORTS
  280. HDQRS
  281. SECOND BRIGADE, FIRST DIVISION
  282. SECOND DIVISION - XXV CORPS
  283. GENERAL ORDER ESTABLISHING XXV CORPS
  284. FIRST DIVISION
  285. Third Brigade, First Division
  286. XXV Corps - Organization
  287. CHRONOLOGY - TWENTY-FIFTH ARMY CORPS
  288. FIRST BRIGADE, FIRST DIVISION
  289. ATTEMPT TO ORGANIZE A BLACK CONFEDERATE REGIMENT
  290. Report of Col. James M. Williams, First Kansas Colored Infantry.
  291. An Act to Make Disposition of Negro Slaves Captured from Hostile Indians
  292. GENERAL ORDER ESTABLISHING XXV CORPS
  293. 5th U.S. Colored Cavalry Regiment
  294. S.O. #2 - HDQRS. TWENTY-FIFTH ARMY CORPS
  295. SEPTEMBER 16---OCTOBER 10
  296. THE FIRST BLACK SOLDIERS
  297. CIVIL WAR
  298. CIVIL WAR
  299. ORGANIZATION OF UNITED STATES COLORED TROOPS IN THE NORTHERN STATES
  300. Names on Record
  301. Charles G. Amos
  302. Fairfax Revaleon and Charles Gerrish Amos
  303. ORGANIZATION OF UNITED STATES CO
  304. ORGANIZATION OF UNITED STATES CO
  305. CIVIL WAR BOOKS
  306. FIRST REGIMENT KANSAS COLORED INFANTRY
  307. CIVIL WAR
  308. FIRST REGIMENT MISSISSIPPI COLORED CAVALRY
  309. ORGANIZATION OF UNITED STATES COLORED TROOPS IN THE BORDER STATES
  310. REFUGEES AT CAMP NELSON, KENTUCKY
  311. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day - Veteran Community Service Award
  312. Take a Veteran to School Day
  313. Congressional Black Caucus Veterans Braintrust - Gala Reception and Awards Ceremony
  314. 13th United States Colored Troops
  315. Take a Veteran to School Day - Veterans Honored
  316. Take a Veteran to School Day - Event Summary
  317. By the President of the United States
  318. PRIDE OVER PREJUDICE
  319. AMERICANA HISTORICAL ART
  320. The Golden Fourteen, Plus
  321. THE FIRST BLACK SOLDIERS
  322. 5th U.S. Colored Cavalry Regiment
  323. Civil War Battles -- United States Colored Troops
  324. GENERAL ORDERS, No. 143.
  325. General Order Number 144
  326. GENERAL ORDER ESTABLISHING XXV CORPS
  327. Orders, Edwin M. Stanton, January 26, 1863
  328. GENERAL ORDERS No
  329. GENERAL ORDERS No. 323
  330. S.O. - HDQRS. TWENTY-FIFTH ARMY CORPS
  331. S.O. #2 - HDQRS. TWENTY-FIFTH ARMY CORPS
  332. Black Fur Traders and Frontiersmen
  333. Black Seminole Indian Scouts - Story of tragedy and triumph from Florida to Fort Clark, Texas
  334. Orders Disbanding the Seminole Negro Indian Scouts and Removal of Some Families from the Fort Clark military reservation
  335. George Washington Carver School (Colored)
  336. First Muster-In Roll
  337. JULY 17
  338. George Washington Carver School (Colored) - Bracketville, TX
  339. Officers and Enlisted Men of the 9th United States Cavalry Regiment - 1910
  340. SIMSPORT
  341. C. Alfred "Chief'" Anderson, "The Father of Black Aviation" (February 9, 1907 - April 13, 1996)
  342. Anna Mac Clarke - College and Beyond
  343. Anna Mac Clarke - Answering the Call to Arms
  344. NATIONAL AIRMEN ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA ...before the Tuskegee Airmen
  345. MONTFORD POINT MARINE ASSOCIATION, Inc. (MPMA) Overview and Application
  346. NATIONAL AIRMEN ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA
  347. History of the Tuskegee Army Flying School
  348. Ninety Second Infantry Division
  349. BOMBER CREW......
  350. A Dream of Wings
  351. U.S. ARMY UNITS STATIONED IN THE PACIFIC THEATER
  352. The Montford Point Marines Worked and Fought on Iwo Jima
  353. 858th Engineer Aviation Battalion
  354. A Brief History of the 66th Army Air Forces Flight Training Detachment
  355. The Negro Pilot Training Program - First Installment
  356. Anna Mac Clarke, Postscript
  357. Anna Mac Clarke, College and Beyond
  358. Anna Mac Clarke, World War II and the Women's Army Auxiliary Corps
  359. Forgotten Black Soldiers Who Served in White Regiments During the Civil War
  360. Special Announcement About Master Sergeant Joseph Simmons
  361. Montford Point Marine Association, INC. (MPMA)
  362. HEADQUARTERS DEPARTMENT OF THE G
  363. HEADQUARTERS DEPARTMENT OF THE G
  364. LOUISIANA NATIVE GUARDS
  365. HDQRS
  366. Operational Report Correspondence from R. D. Mussey to Headquarters Commander for Organization, US Colored Troops
  367. Soldiers Of The Army Of The James - Correspondence to Soldiers from ED W. Smith
  368. Confederate States of America's Plan to Put Slaves in the Trenches
  369. October 29, 1862. - Skirmish at Island Mound, Missouri
  370. Battle of Millikens Bend - Captain M.M. Miller
  371. Did Blacks Typically Serve as Confederate Soldiers?
  372. Crown Hill Cemetery Indianapolis
  373. Hillside Cemetery
  374. Unknown Resting Places
  375. Name
  376. Resting Places of the 5th Massachusetts Colored Cavalry Regiment
  377. Buried in Somerville New Cemeter
  378. Wheeling West Virginia Cemetery
  379. PARKERSBURG, WEST VIRGINIA CEMETERY
  380. United American Methodist Episcopal Church Cemetery
  381. LOCUST GROVE CEMETERY
  382. St. John's Catholic Cemetery - Frederick, Maryland
  383. Riverside Cemetery - Troy, Ohio
  384. CHERRY GROVE CEMETERY
  385. Greenlawn Cemetery - Chillicothe, Ross County, Ohio
  386. CEMETERY AT THE OHIO SOLDIER'S AND SAILOR'S HOME
  387. Washington Courthouse Cemetery
  388. United States Colored Civil War Veterans
  389. Charles Burke (1845-1919) - Putnam Cemetery, Marietta, Ohio
  390. SOUTH CHARLESTON, OHIO
  391. Simon S. West - Highland Park Cemetery, Warrensville, Ohio
  392. Union Baptist Church Cemetery
  393. Beech Grove Cemetery - Cincinnati, Ohio
  394. West Side Cemetery
  395. CORINTH CEMETERY
  396. United States Colored Civil War Veterans
  397. Marion Cemetery
  398. United States Colored Civil War Veterans
  399. Youngs/Colored/East Wren Cemetery, Van Wert County, Van Wert, Ohio
  400. Greenlawn Cemetery, Portsmouth, Ohio
  401. United American Cemetery
  402. United States Colored Civil War Veterans
  403. Belmont Park Cemetery, Liberty, Ohio
  404. Woodside Cemetery, Oxford, Ohio
  405. Moses Berry - Red Oak Presbyterian Cemetery - Brown County, Ohio (Near Ripley)
  406. New Page 1
  407. Hanktown Cemetery - Union Township, Miami County, Ohio
  408. Baptist Cemetery - Berlin Heights, Ohio
  409. Rendville Cemetery - Monroe Township, Perry County, Rendville, Ohio
  410. BASS AND CLEMENS CEMETERIES IN DARKE COUNTY, OHIO
  411. Viney Cemetery - Section 33, Springfield Township
  412. Union Batist Church Cemetery - Washington Township, Lawrence County, Ohio
  413. Harris Cemetery
  414. CLARK COUNTY
  415. Fairview Cemetery - Gallia County, Ohio
  416. CAMP NELSON NATIONAL CEMETERY GRAVE REGISTRATION
  417. Gilead Cemetery, Bethel, Kentucky
  418. LEXINGTON NATIONAL CEMETERY
  419. MAPLEGROVE CEMETERY
  420. Hampton National Cemetery - Adams - Norvell
  421. CITY POINT, VIRGINIA
  422. Hampton National Cemetery - Allston - Higgs
  423. Hampton National Cemetery - Shade - Young
  424. Bloomingburg Cemetery - Bloomingburg, Fayette County, Ohio
  425. LEXINGTON NATIONAL CEMETERY
  426. CITY POINT, VIRGINIA
  427. PARKERSBURG, WEST VIRGINIA CEMETERY
  428. MAPLEGROVE CEMETERY
  429. Columbia Cemetery - Columbia, Missouri
  430. November 23 - December 4, 1864 - Expedition from Vicksburg to Yazoo City, Miss and Skirmish at Big Black Bridge (November 27), and Action at Concord Church (December 1).
  431. ATTEMPT TO ORGANIZE A BLACK CONFEDERATE REGIMENT
  432. Unknown Resting Places
  433. 5th U.S. Colored Cavalry Regiment
  434. Civil War Battles -- United States Colored Troops
  435. 'Colored Recruits from Sandusky, Ohio' - Sandusky Daily Commercial Register
  436. Correspondence Between George Randolph and H.W. Mercer
  437. Correspondence from J. Longstreet to W. H. Taylor - March 30, 1865 (2)
  438. Various Resting Places
  439. Robert Carter III of Nomini
  440. The 'Slave Narrative' of Sarah Woods Burke
  441. The First African-American Radio
  442. African Americans and Radio - Overview Part 4
  443. African Americans and Radio - Overview Part 2
  444. African Americans and Radio - Overview Further Reading
  445. African Americans And Early Radio
  446. Museums
  447. PLACES
  448. Oklahoma's Frontier Indian Police
  449. Female Re-Enactors of Distinction (FREED)
  450. Museums
  451. NATIONAL HISTORIC SITES - AFRICAN AMERICAN
  452. Memorial to Black Soldiers Marking Time Despite July Dedication: Visitors Are Kept Away While Contractors Continue Work
  453. World War II and the Later Years - from the Column 'Up and Down Farish Street'
  454. Trail Rides Along the Underground Railroad Make a Good Day Trip
  455. JOHN MATTOX'S EASTERN OHIO
  456. Abolitionists David Putnam Jr.
  457. The 'Slave Narrative' of Sarah Woods Burke
  458. The Anti-Slavery Movement
  459. The Smith Underground Railroad Station
  460. Barlow Underground Railroad Station
  461. Cajoe Phillips
  462. Stafford (Franklin Twp) Monroe County, Ohio
  463. Sergeant Nimrod Burke
  464. Richard Mentor Johnson
  465. Economic Empowerment
  466. Exhibit - From Africa To Eternity
  467. African American Genealogy Interest Group
  468. Civil War Vets
  469. Names On Record
  470. C. Alfred "Chief" Anderson
  471. Bill Doolin and the Black Oklahombres
  472. C. Alfred "Chief" Anderson
  473. Crawford "Cherokee Bill" Goldsby
  474. Kenneth Wiggins Porter (1905-1981)
  475. Taps For Two Heroes
  476. Dorie Miller
  477. Anne Bethel Spencer - House and Garden
  478. First Lieutenant John R. Fox
  479. Andrew Jackson Smith
  480. Prayer For Brotherhood