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

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Displaying records 1 through 126 of 126 records related to 'South Carolina'
  1. Notes from Black History November 1873
  2. 54th Regiment
  3. Union U.S.C.T. Headstones
  4. Colored men and their relation to the military service
  5. Expedition along the coasts of Georgia and East Florida - November 3-10, 1862
  6. Expedition from Beaufort, S. C., to Doboy River, Ga. November 13-18, 1862
  7. Expedition from Beaufort, S. C., up the Saint Mary's River, in Georgia and Florida
  8. Expedition from Beaufort, S. C., to Doboy River, Ga.
  9. November 3-10, 1862 -- Expedition along the coasts of Georgia and East Florida.
  10. January 23 - February 1, 1863. - Expedition from Beaufort, S. C., up the Saint Mary's River, in Georgia and Florida
  11. First Alabama Cavalry U.S.A.: Homage to Patriotism
  12. Correspondence from R. Saxton to Edwin M. Stanton
  13. Correspondence from the War Department to Col. James Montgomery
  14. Correspondence from R. Saxton to Edwin M. Stanton
  15. The Battle of Milliken's Bend - The Central Role of Black Troops in the Siege of Vicksburg
  16. 3rd United States Colored Cavalry Regiment Overview
  17. History of 55th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry
  18. 55th Massachusetts Infantry Regiment (AD)
  19. U.S. Colored Infantry Regiments Organization Location and Original Designation (red)
  20. 33rd Regiment
  21. 54th Regiment
  22. RICHMOND
  23. Correspondence from R. Saxton to Edwin M. Stanton, January 25, 1963
  24. Expedition Along the Coasts of Georgia and East Florida, November 3-10, 1862
  25. Report of Brig. Gen. Rufus Saxton, U.S. Army.
  26. United States Colored Troops - Civil War
  27. United States Colored Troops - A Brief History
  28. 55th Massachusetts Infantry Regiment (AD)
  29. Expedition Along the Coasts of Georgia and East Florida, November 3-10, 1862 - Lieut. Col. Oliver T. Beard
  30. Report of Capt. J. H. Mickler, C. S. Army, commanding Battalion
  31. Correspondence from R. Saxton to Edwin M. Stanton, April 4, 1863
  32. xpedition from Beaufort, S. C., up the Saint Mary's River, in Georgia and Florida - January 23 - February 1, 1863 - Col. T. W. Higginson
  33. 103rd Regiment, United States Colored Infantry
  34. 21st Regiment
  35. 104th Regiment, United States Colored Infantry
  36. 34th Regiment
  37. 33rd Regiment
  38. SOUTH CAROLINA VOLUNTEERS
  39. HDQRS
  40. REPORTS
  41. LEST WE FORGET
  42. THE FIRST BLACK SOLDIERS
  43. CIVIL WAR
  44. Names on Record
  45. CIVIL WAR BOOKS
  46. CIVIL WAR
  47. CIVIL WAR
  48. CONFEDERATE STATES OF AMERICA
  49. CHARLES TYLER TROWBRIDGE
  50. PRIDE OVER PREJUDICE
  51. LEST WE FORGET
  52. All Men are Brothers
  53. THE FIRST BLACK SOLDIERS
  54. The Battle of Milliken's Bend - Black Troops Made the Real Difference
  55. The Gullah Connection
  56. Native American/African American Books
  57. Black Cowboys, Part II
  58. 127th Annual Seminole Indian Scouts Reunion Keynote Address
  59. Establishment of the Montford Point Marine Association, INC.
  60. MONTFORD POINT MARINE ASSOCIATION, Inc. (MPMA) Overview and Application
  61. Book Review - Nineteenth Century Freedom Fighters
  62. ESTABLISHMENT OF THE MONTFORD POINT MARINE ASSOCIATION, INC.
  63. Montford Point Marine Association, INC. (MPMA)
  64. The History of the Chosen Few
  65. Dealing With Slavery
  66. Graves Of Union Soldiers Located In Sunnyside Cemetery Orangeburg
  67. CHERRY GROVE CEMETERY
  68. George Robert Hughes
  69. Correspondence from J. Longstreet to W. H. Taylor - March 30, 1865
  70. Civil War Chronology
  71. Where are the Randolphs: A Surnaming Question
  72. Black Seminole Observances at the Grave of Osceola
  73. The Black Seminoles: Gullah Pioneer Freedom Fighters
  74. Mississippi Civil War History Project
  75. J. Marion Sims - 'The Father of Gynecology' - One Among Many Monumental Mistakes
  76. Fort Pillow
  77. John Newton Templeton - First African-American Graduate of Ohio University
  78. Exhibit - From Africa To Eternity
  79. LEST WE FORGET
  80. Ephraim Hearn
  81. Charles Tyler Trowbridge
  82. Andrew Jackson Smith
  83. Corporal Andrew Jackson Smith - Medal of Honor Recipient - March 3, 1863
  84. Black Mississippi troops in the Civil War
  85. Memorial Day in Vicksburg
  86. Black and Tan Party Rule in Mississippi
  87. U.S.S. Vermont’s Contraband Muster Roll
  88. 55th Regiment
  89. LEGEND
  90. A TREATY
  91. ORGANIZATION OF UNITED STATES COLORED TROOPS BY STATE
  92. General ORDERS No
  93. BEAUFORT NATIONAL CEMETERY Beaufort
  94. Percilla Card and Descendants
  95. Tuskegee Airmen
  96. DAVENPORT
  97. Civil War Suggested Reading List
  98. Batteries - U.S. Colored Light Artillery and Organization Location and Original Designation
  99. 55th Regiment
  100. STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA Executive Department
  101. HDQRS
  102. General Orders No. 11
  103. Major General David Hunter Versus President Abraham Lincoln
  104. MAJOR GENERALS JOHN C. FREMONT AND DAVID HUNTER versus PRESIDENT ABRAHAM LINCOLN
  105. JUNE 2
  106. CIVIL WAR
  107. Army Service - Seminole, Creek, Cherokee, Tonkaway and Apache Indians
  108. REPORTS
  109. ORGANIZATION OF UNITED STATES CO
  110. ORGANIZATION OF UNITED STATES CO
  111. PROCLAMATION
  112. General Orders No. 11 - David Hunter
  113. LAWS AND ORDERS
  114. Special Orders No. 60 - S. Cooper
  115. GENERAL ORDERS No
  116. Montford Point Marine Association - Beaufort Chapter - September 1999 Newsletter
  117. Major Generals John C. Fremont and David Hunter versus President Abraham Lincoln
  118. History of Captain W. W. McCarty's Prison Life, and Southern Prisons
  119. Resting Places of the 5th Massachusetts Colored Cavalry Regiment
  120. BEAUFORT NATIONAL CEMETERY Beaufort
  121. Hanktown Cemetery - Union Township, Miami County, Ohio
  122. 5th Massachusetts Colored Cavalry Regiment Soldiers and Veterans Resting Places
  123. Mrs. Francis Dana Gage
  124. Recipes from John S. Mattox, Curator, Underground Railroad Museum
  125. Names On Record
  126. Tuskegee Airmen