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

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NORTHERN MEXICO AND SOUTHWEST TEXAS

NORTHERN MEXICO AND SOUTHWEST TEXAS

Index page from the LEST WE FORGET Web Site.

Compiled by Bennie J. McRae, Jr.


George Taylor, Phoenix, Arizona
Seminole-Negro Indian Scout Reenactor

Dedicated to the History and Culture of the Mascogos, Freedman, Seminole-Negro Indian Scouts, their Descendants and Friends.

 


"In the matter of religion, Seminole negroes are distinct from any particular Christian sect or denomination. Their rites and ceremonies are a blend of those peculiar to the Roman Catholics and the old fashioned Hardshell Baptists, and yet different in some particulars from either of these denominations. They call them selves Mount Zion Baptists." Mary Louise Thompson in the article, "The Black Watch of Texas," from the book Kinney County - 1852-1977, published by the Kinney County, Texas Historical Society.

 


 

 


 

 


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Category: | Subcategory: | Tags: Fort Clark , Brackettville , MASCOGOS , Adam Paine , Seminoles , FORT DUNCAN , EAGLE PASS , Texas , Arizona , 1874
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