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

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  1. The Making of the United States of America - When and How the States Came to be - Eight Came During the First Quarter of the Nineteenth Century
  2. HDQRS
  3. SPECIAL ORDERS No
  4. Soldiers Of The Army Of The James - Correspondence to Soldiers from ED W. Smith
  5. Speech by Dr. John R. Rock (1858)
  6. Black Mississippi troops in the Civil War
  7. Nine Scottsboro Boys Spurred NAACP Concerns for Criminal Case Law
  8. Grace Hibbler Jefferson
  9. Black and Tan Party Rule in Mississippi
  10. The Black Watch of Texas
  11. Black Seminoles a Historical Overview by Katarina Wittich
  12. Fort Duncan
  13. Bennie's Brigade aka the Cowboy Brigade
  14. NOVEMBER 19
  15. Nat
  16. JULY 17
  17. A TREATY
  18. HDQRS
  19. DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR
  20. NOVEMBER 19
  21. Afromestizo - The Third Root
  22. AFROMESTIZO
  23. AFROMESTIZO
  24. Guatemala
  25. Afromestizo - The Third Root
  26. Afromestizo - The Third Root
  27. HEADQUARTERS U
  28. HDQRS
  29. Vicksburg, Miss., January 10, 1865.
  30. Colored men and their relation to the military service
  31. Expedition from Memphis, Tenn., into Mississippi.
  32. Report of Maj. James C. Foster, Fifty-ninth U. S. Colored Infantry, of expedition from La Grange, TENN., to Tupelo, MISS., July 5-21, 1864
  33. JUNE 1
  34. Tuskegee, Alabama Airfields
  35. Black Airmen in World War II - 1941-1945
  36. BIO - Master Sergeant James A. Shepard
  37. HEADQUARTERS OF the ARMY
  38. LAWRENCE BORIS
  39. Hall, Kentucky - Camp Nelson - Refugees
  40. Army Air Force's Eastern Flying Training Command, Chapter 11, 1 January 1939 - 7 December 1941
  41. African-American Women to be Focus of Lecture
  42. RECORD OF THE 332ND FIGHTER GROUP
  43. Camp Nelson
  44. On the property on Hickman Creek adjoining Camp Nelson are prehistoricarchaeological finds dating from 800 B
  45. Meet the Wades of Ohio
  46. Remembering The 116th and the U
  47. Report of Col. A. Watson Webber, Fifty-first U.S. Colored Infantry of operations April 1-9
  48. HEADQUARTERS DISTRICT OF BEAUFOR
  49. MARCH 10-MAY 22
  50. HDQRS
  51. MARCH 10-MAY 22
  52. Report of Brig
  53. May 10, 1863, Skirmishes at Caledonia and Pin Hook La
  54. Expedition from Memphis, Tenn. into Southeastern Arkansas and Northeastern Louisiana.
  55. Expedition from Beaufort, S. C., to Doboy River, Ga.
  56. DAVENPORT
  57. Report of Brig. Gen. Charles J. Paine, U. S. Army, Commanding Third Division, of operations February 8 - April 24.
  58. JULY 1-2, 1863. - Engagement at Cabin Creek, Indian Territory - Report 2
  59. Report of Col. Frederick M. Crandal, Forty-eight U.S. Colored Infantry, of operations April 1-9
  60. Correspondence from Q. A. Gillmore to Bvt. Maj. Gen. C. Grover
  61. Battle of Milliken's Bend Correspondence from Captain M. M. Miller to his Aunt
  62. Correspondence to Edwin M. Stanton from L.Thomas
  63. Report of Col. A. Watson Webber, Fifty-first U.S. Colored Infantry of Operations April 1-9
  64. Report of Col. Embury D. Osband, Third U.S. Colored Cavalry, commanding expedition.
  65. Correspondence from Captain M.M. Miller to His Aunt, June 1863
  66. 5TH MASSACHUSETTS COLORED VOLUNTEER CAVALRY
  67. History of 55th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry
  68. 55th Massachusetts Infantry Regiment (AD)
  69. PROVISIONAL ARMY CORPS
  70. Twenty-Fifth Army Corps
  71. First Division
  72. Second Division
  73. JANUARY 1-APRIL 26
  74. DECEMBER 7-27
  75. JANUARY 3-17
  76. MARCH 29-APRIL 9
  77. Report from R. D. Mussey Colonel 100th, U. S. Colored Infantry to Maj. C.W. Foster, Assistant Adjutant-General, Chief of the Colored Bureau
  78. Return of Casualties in the Union Forces - Second Assault on Battery Wagner - July 18, 1863
  79. Correspondence from Q.A. Gilllmore to Bvt. Maj. Gen. C. Grover, May 10, 1865
  80. United States Colored Troops - A Brief History
  81. 55th Massachusetts Infantry Regiment (AD)
  82. JUNE 2
  83. HEADQUARTERS FIRST WISCONSIN CAV
  84. HDQRS
  85. HDQRS
  86. SECOND DIVISION - XXV CORPS
  87. Third Brigade, First Division
  88. CHRONOLOGY - TWENTY-FIFTH ARMY CORPS
  89. FIRST BRIGADE, FIRST DIVISION
  90. Engagement at Cabin Creek, Indian Territory - July 1-2, 1863
  91. HEADQUARTERS U
  92. THE FIRST BLACK SOLDIERS
  93. Names on Record
  94. The Black Memorial Day Tradition in Vicksburg, Mississippi
  95. The Golden Fourteen, Plus
  96. All Men are Brothers
  97. THE FIRST BLACK SOLDIERS
  98. LAWS AND ORDERS
  99. The Wild West of the Seminole Negro Indian Scouts
  100. Black Seminole Indian Scouts - Story of tragedy and triumph from Florida to Fort Clark, Texas
  101. Footprints Along the Border - Story of the Seminole-Negro Indian Scouts
  102. 9th CAVALRY
  103. 25TH U.S. INFANTRY
  104. Black Cowboys, Part II
  105. Anna Mac Clarke - Answering the Call to Arms
  106. MONTFORD POINT MARINE ASSOCIATION, Inc. (MPMA) Overview and Application
  107. MEN OF COURAGE, history of the 351st Field Artillery Battalion
  108. The Negro Pilot Training Program - First Installment
  109. Anna Mac Clarke, World War II and the Women's Army Auxiliary Corps
  110. Montford Point Marine Association, INC. (MPMA)
  111. HEADQUARTERS DEPARTMENT OF THE G
  112. LOUISIANA NATIVE GUARDS
  113. HEADQUARTERS DEPARTMENT OF THE G
  114. GENERAL ORDERS
  115. HDQRS
  116. History of Captain W. W. McCarty's Prison Life, and Southern Prisons
  117. Operational Report Correspondence from R. D. Mussey to Headquarters Commander for Organization, US Colored Troops
  118. Dealing With Slavery
  119. THE MASSACRE AT FORT PILLOW
  120. Battle of Millikens Bend - Captain M.M. Miller
  121. Did Blacks Typically Serve as Confederate Soldiers?
  122. Graves Of Union Soldiers Located In Sunnyside Cemetery Orangeburg
  123. George Robert Hughes
  124. Sergeant Nimrod Burke (1836-1914)
  125. Civil War Chronology
  126. Alfred Wood - Scout (Civilian)
  127. The First African-American Radio
  128. African Americans And Early Radio
  129. Cherokee Slave Revolt of 1842
  130. Westward Along the Gulf Coast
  131. MEXICO CITY - SPRING, 1537
  132. South to Mexico City
  133. Origins of the Melungeon Appalachian Sub-Culture
  134. Sergeant Nimrod Burke
  135. Names On Record
  136. Ephraim Hearn
  137. Bill Doolin and the Black Oklahombres
  138. Kenneth Wiggins Porter (1905-1981)
  139. First Lieutenant John R. Fox
  140. Andrew Jackson Smith