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

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Displaying records 1 through 44 of 44 records related to '1890'
  1. Memorial Day 2009 in Vicksburg
  2. Juvenile Justice Centers Oakley and Columbia: A Brief History
  3. Jackson State University Lynching Exhibit
  4. Grace Hibbler Jefferson
  5. Underground Railroad Marker Dedication
  6. The Making of the United States of America - When and How the States Came to Be
  7. KEYNOTE SPEECH
  8. The Making of the United States of America - When and How the States Came to Be
  9. Fort Duncan
  10. AFROMESTIZO
  11. Afromestizo - The Third Root
  12. Afromestizo - The Third Root
  13. ORGANIZATION OF UNITED STATES COLORED TROOPS BY STATE
  14. Washington County, Ohio
  15. INTRODUCTION - MOBILE CAMPAIGN
  16. Correspondence to Abraham Lincoln from John L. Barbour
  17. Civil War Suggested Reading List
  18. ORGANIZATION OF UNITED STATES COLORED TROOPS IN THE NORTHERN STATES
  19. Charles G. Amos
  20. Army Service - Seminole, Creek, Cherokee, Tonkaway and Apache Indians
  21. ORGANIZATION OF UNITED STATES CO
  22. ORGANIZATION OF UNITED STATES CO
  23. CIVIL WAR BOOKS
  24. ORGANIZATION OF UNITED STATES COLORED TROOPS IN THE BORDER STATES
  25. Congressional Black Caucus Veterans Braintrust - Gala Reception and Awards Ceremony
  26. First Kansas Colored Infantry Regiment
  27. PROCLAMATION
  28. Civil War Battles -- United States Colored Troops
  29. Seminole-Negro Indian Scouts Hat Ornament
  30. Engagements by the Buffalo Soldiers and Seminole-Negro Indian Scouts
  31. 9th CAVALRY
  32. 25TH U.S. INFANTRY
  33. Dealing With Slavery
  34. United American Methodist Episcopal Church Cemetery
  35. CHERRY GROVE CEMETERY
  36. Greenlawn Cemetery, Portsmouth, Ohio
  37. LEXINGTON NATIONAL CEMETERY
  38. LEXINGTON NATIONAL CEMETERY
  39. Civil War Battles -- United States Colored Troops
  40. Alfred Wood - Scout (Civilian)
  41. A History of My People
  42. Gunfight at Boley, Oklahoma
  43. Oklahoma's Frontier Indian Police
  44. Abolitionists David Putnam Jr.