American's Civil War
Compiled by Bennie J. McRae, Jr.
- A LACK OF EVIDENCE - Blacks did not fight for the South... (Newspaper Column)
- A VOICE FOR BLACK SOLDIERS - (5 pages)
- ALL MEN ARE BROTHERS - PART 1 Afro-British North Americans
- ALL MEN ARE BROTHERS - PART 2 Afro-British North Americans
- BATTLE OF FORT PILLOW (April 12, 1864) - Official Records
- BATTLE OF MILLIKEN'S BEND - (Revised and updated: July 21, 2000)
- COLONEL R. D. MUSSEY'S REPORT - COMMISSIONER FOR ORGANIZATION OF U. S. COLORED TROOPS - - Nashville, Tennessee, October 10, 1864
- COLORED MEN AND THEIR RELATION TO THE MILITARY SERVICE, AS ESTABLISHED BY LAWS AND ORDERS DURING THE LATE WAR, AND THEIR RECRUITMENT AS SOLDIERS
- CONFEDERATE STATES OF AMERICA'S PLAN TO PUT SLAVES IN THE TRENCHES
- DECLARATION OF CAUSES OF SECEDING STATES - Georgia, Mississippi, South Carolina and Texas
- ENGINEERS - Ninety-fifth, Ninety-sixth, Ninety-seventh, Ninety-eighth, and Ninety-ninth U.S. Infantry (colored)
- EXPEDITION FROM VICKSBURG TO YAZOO CITY, MISSISSIPPI AND SKIRMISH AT BIG BLACK BRIDGE (NOVEMBER 27, 1864), AND ACTION AT CONCORD CHURCH (DECEMBER 1, 1864)
- FORREST'S RAID INTO NORTHERN ALABAMA AND MIDDLE TENNESSEE. Report of Col. Wallace Campbell, One hundred and tenth U.S. Colored Infantry.
- FREEDMEN, THE FREED SLAVES OF THE CIVIL WAR
- MAJOR GENERAL W.T. SHERMAN - HEADQUARTERS MILITARY DIVISION OF THE MISSISSIPPI, In the Field, Savannah, January 12, 1865.
- MILLIKEN'S BEND - WEBSITE - Honoring the Contributions of Black Soldiers during the Civil War
- MINUTES OF AN INTERVIEW BETWEEN THE COLORED MINISTERS AND CHURCH OFFICERS AT SAVANNAH WITH THE SECRETARY OF WAR AND MAJOR-GENERAL SHERMAN
- NEEDED MYTH: THE CREATION OF BLACK CONFEDERATE SOLDIERS
- ONE OF THE MOST DARING AND HEROIC ACTS OF THE CIVIL WAR - Third U. S. Colored Cavalry Regiment
- RECONSTRUCTION - POST CIVIL WAR
- REPORT - SKIRMISH AT ISLAND MOUND, MISSOURI - NOTE: First engagement by Colored Troops - October 29, 1862
- SKIRMISH AT ISLAND MOUND, MISSOURI - October 28, 1862
- UNITED STATES COLORED TROOPS IN THE MOBILE, ALABAMA CAMPAIGN - Reports - March 31-April 9, 1865
Bennie J. McRae, Jr.