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

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Displaying records 1 through 86 of 86 records related to 'Seminole (Indians)'
  1. The Making of the United States of America - When and How the States Came to be - Seven Came During the Second Quarter of the Nineteenth Century
  2. Elijah Daniels Band of Seminole-Negros
  3. The Black Watch of Texas
  4. Black Seminoles a Historical Overview by Katarina Wittich
  5. AFRICAN AMERICAN
  6. Fort Duncan
  7. Fort Clark, Bracketville, Texas - Historic Home of The Seminole-Negro Indian Scouts
  8. Tomas and Victoriano Frausto
  9. The Mascogo
  10. Seminoles
  11. Bennie's Brigade aka the Cowboy Brigade
  12. 'Badlands' of Southern Arizona - Cowtown Keeylocko Outfit
  13. NOVEMBER 19
  14. HEADQUARTERS INDIAN BRIGADE
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  16. AN ACT to reward the loyalty of the principal chief of the SeminoleNation
  17. NOVEMBER 19
  18. A TREATY
  19. HDQRS
  20. Letter of Col
  21. A TREATY of friendship made and concluded at the Seminole council
  22. DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR
  23. A CONVENTION supplementary to the treaty of friendship this day made andconcluded at the council
  24. Alexandria National Cemetery - Seminole Negro Indian Scouts
  25. An Impression of Seminole Days 2002
  26. A Pictoral Tribute to Izola Warrior Raspberry
  27. 130th Annual Seminole Days Celebration
  28. Seminole Days 2002 - Sharon Heist
  29. Seminole Days 2004 - September 18 and 19, 2004
  30. Seminole Days 2002 - Remembrances
  31. Seminole Days in Brackettville
  32. Army Service - Seminole, Creek, Cherokee, Tonkaway and Apache Indians
  33. Martiriano Aguirre Reinterment Ceremony
  34. Letter from Brevet Major General John B. Sanborn, Commissioner, to the Honorable James Harlan, U. S. Secretary of the Interior - January 5, 1866
  35. Of Apricots
  36. SEMINOLE NEGRO INDIAN SCOUTS - HISTORICAL NOTE
  37. 'Seminole-Negro Indian Scouts' by Mary L. Williams, Park Ranger/Historian
  38. HISTORY OF THE SEMINOLE INDIAN SCOUT CEMETERY
  39. John July
  40. Warren Perryman
  41. The Wild West of the Seminole Negro Indian Scouts
  42. Colonel Darryl A. Scott - Keynote Address, September 19,1998
  43. Seminole-Negro Indian Scouts Hat Ornament
  44. In-Memoriam : Fred Kelly Fay
  45. Private John Jefferson
  46. BLACK SEMINOLE INDIAN SCOUT CEMETERY CLEANUP - BRACKETVILLE, TEXAS
  47. JONI M. JORDAN
  48. THE WARRIORS - Descendants of Seminole-Negro Indian Scouts
  49. Mexican Cavalry Saber
  50. Black Seminole Indian Scouts - Story of tragedy and triumph from Florida to Fort Clark, Texas
  51. Footprints Along the Border - Story of the Seminole-Negro Indian Scouts
  52. The Camp - Fort Clark Spring, Texas
  53. Orders Disbanding the Seminole Negro Indian Scouts and Removal of Some Families from the Fort Clark military reservation
  54. The Gullah Connection
  55. Images - Homes of the Seminole-Negro Indian Scouts and their families 1872-1914
  56. MISS CHARLES EMILY WILSON
  57. Western Frontier Reading List
  58. Black Cowboys of Texas
  59. Native American/African American Books
  60. Black, Buckskin and Blue
  61. SEMINOLE NEGRO INDIAN SCOUTS - HISTORICAL NOTE
  62. Engagements by the Buffalo Soldiers and Seminole-Negro Indian Scouts
  63. Black Seminole Indian Scout Cleanup
  64. The Return March, Remolina
  65. First Muster-In Roll
  66. Miss Charles Emily Wilson
  67. SEMINOLE NEGRO INDIAN SCOUTS - HISTORICAL NOTE
  68. HISTORY OF THE SEMINOLE INDIAN SCOUT CEMETERY
  69. Black Cowboys, Part II
  70. 127th Annual Seminole Indian Scouts Reunion Keynote Address
  71. Joni M. Jordan
  72. Black Seminole Settlement
  73. A History of My People
  74. Black Seminole Observances at the Grave of Osceola
  75. The Black Seminoles: Gullah Pioneer Freedom Fighters
  76. Native Americans
  77. Gunfight at Boley, Oklahoma
  78. Cherokee Slave Revolt of 1842
  79. Oklahoma's Frontier Indian Police
  80. Organizations
  81. Seminole-Negro Indian Scouts
  82. Bill Doolin and the Black Oklahombres
  83. Crawford "Cherokee Bill" Goldsby
  84. Kenneth Wiggins Porter (1905-1981)
  85. Bass Reeves - Deputy United States Marshal
  86. Native Americans