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

BLACK MISSISSIPPIANS IN THE CIVIL WAR

Black Mississippians in the Civil War

Battles and Expeditions

The First Mississippi Volunteer Infantry (AD) - (Re-enactors)
P. O. Box 691701
Jackson, MS 39269

E-mail: Norman.Fisher@juno.com

The Battle of Millken's Bend - (Revised and updated: July 21, 2000)

Yazoo City, Mississippi - February 28, 1864

Yazoo City, Mississippi - March 5, 1864

Expedition from Vicksburg to Yazoo City, Miss and Skirmish at Big Black Bridge, and Action at Concord Church - November 23-December 4, 1864

Expedition from Memphis, Tenn., to Brownsville, Miss. - April 19-23, 1865

Expedition to Brice's Crossroads, Mississippi -  June 1-13, 1864

Expedition to Tupelo, Mississippi - July 5-21, 1864

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FIRST MISSISSIPPI INFANTRY (AD)
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