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

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  1. Joseph Lowery Pushes Nationwide Support for Ayers Appeal Hearing
  2. Ayers Case Now In Hands of 5th Circuit
  3. Black and Tan Party Rule in Mississippi
  4. 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
  5. The Making of the United States of America - Major Territorial Acquisitions of the United States
  6. 62nd Regiment, United States Colored Infantry
  7. The Black Watch of Texas
  8. Black Seminoles a Historical Overview by Katarina Wittich
  9. Fort Clark, Bracketville, Texas - Historic Home of The Seminole-Negro Indian Scouts
  10. Tomas and Victoriano Frausto
  11. The Mascogo
  12. Seminoles
  13. 29th Regiment
  14. 45th Regiment
  15. 31st Regiment
  16. 41st Regiment
  17. 8th Regiment
  18. 5th Regiment
  19. Black History Every Month
  20. And the Heavens Wept
  21. LEGEND
  22. NOVEMBER 19
  23. HEADQUARTERS INDIAN BRIGADE
  24. JULY 17
  25. NOVEMBER 19
  26. HDQRS
  27. JULY 17
  28. DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR
  29. CORPS DE AFRIQUE
  30. United States Colored Troops
  31. United States Colored Troops
  32. 116th Regiment, United States Colored Infantry
  33. PRESENTATION
  34. Hall, Kentucky - Camp Nelson - Refugees
  35. A Dream of Wings
  36. Alexandria National Cemetery - Seminole Negro Indian Scouts
  37. Seminole Days 2002 - Sharon Heist
  38. Seminole Days 2004 - September 18 and 19, 2004
  39. Seminole Days 2002 - Remembrances
  40. Camp Nelson
  41. Remembering The 116th and the U
  42. Engagement at Cabin Creek, Indian Territory - July 1-2, 1863
  43. Report of Brig
  44. Reports of Brig
  45. Correspondence from H. Ware to E.A. Hitchcock
  46. Battle of Milliken's Bend Correspondence from Captain M. M. Miller to his Aunt
  47. Executive Department Correspondence :: Civil War :: Lest We Forget
  48. 10th Regiment, United States Colored Infantry
  49. First Mississippi Volunteer Infantry (African Descent)
  50. The Battle of Milliken's Bend - The Central Role of Black Troops in the Siege of Vicksburg
  51. 51st Regiment
  52. Correspondence from Captain M.M. Miller to His Aunt, June 1863
  53. 55th Massachusetts Infantry Regiment (AD)
  54. QUARTERMASTER-GENERAL
  55. HDQRS
  56. HEADQUARTERS DISTRICT OF TEXAS
  57. HDQRS
  58. 29th Regiment, United States Colored Infantry
  59. 29th Regiment
  60. 45th Regiment
  61. 22nd Regiment
  62. 31st Regiment
  63. 41st Regiment
  64. 43rd Regiment
  65. 8th Regiment
  66. 28th Regiment
  67. 5th Regiment
  68. 68th Regiment, United States Colored Infantry
  69. 62nd Regiment, United States Colored Infantry
  70. 97th Regiment
  71. 87th Regiment
  72. 95th Regiment
  73. 85th Regiment
  74. United States Colored Troops - Civil War
  75. 55th Massachusetts Infantry Regiment (AD)
  76. 115th Regiment, United States Colored Infantry
  77. 114th Regiment, United States Colored Infantry
  78. 122nd Regiment, United States Colored Infantry
  79. 116th Regiment, United States Colored Infantry
  80. 109th Regiment, United States Colored Infantry
  81. 19th Regiment, United States Colored Infantry
  82. 9th Regiment, United States Colored Infantry
  83. 7th Regiment, United States Colored Infantry
  84. 36th Regiment
  85. Report of Col. James M. Williams, First Kansas Colored Infantry.
  86. 38th Regiment
  87. BATTERY
  88. 1st Regiment
  89. 23rd Regiment
  90. 10th Regiment, United States Colored Infantry
  91. 36th Regiment
  92. 2nd Regiment
  93. Fairfax Revaleon and Charles Gerrish Amos
  94. CIVIL WAR
  95. Martiriano Aguirre Reinterment Ceremony
  96. The Black Memorial Day Tradition in Vicksburg, Mississippi
  97. The Battle of Milliken's Bend - Black Troops Made the Real Difference
  98. Fort Stockton Historic Site
  99. Fort Davis National Historic Site
  100. Fort Brown, Texas - by Deborah L. Daws
  101. Fort Davis, Texas
  102. Letter from Brevet Major General John B. Sanborn, Commissioner, to the Honorable James Harlan, U. S. Secretary of the Interior - January 5, 1866
  103. SEMINOLE NEGRO INDIAN SCOUTS - HISTORICAL NOTE
  104. 'Seminole-Negro Indian Scouts' by Mary L. Williams, Park Ranger/Historian
  105. HISTORY OF THE SEMINOLE INDIAN SCOUT CEMETERY
  106. The Wild West of the Seminole Negro Indian Scouts
  107. Colonel Darryl A. Scott - Keynote Address, September 19,1998
  108. In-Memoriam : Fred Kelly Fay
  109. JONI M. JORDAN
  110. Black Seminole Indian Scouts - Story of tragedy and triumph from Florida to Fort Clark, Texas
  111. Footprints Along the Border - Story of the Seminole-Negro Indian Scouts
  112. The Camp - Fort Clark Spring, Texas
  113. Will Raspberry, 'Buffalo Soldier'
  114. The Gullah Connection
  115. Western Frontier Reading List
  116. Black Cowboys of Texas
  117. Native American/African American Books
  118. SEMINOLE NEGRO INDIAN SCOUTS - HISTORICAL NOTE
  119. First Muster-In Roll
  120. JULY 17
  121. SEMINOLE NEGRO INDIAN SCOUTS - HISTORICAL NOTE
  122. HISTORY OF THE SEMINOLE INDIAN SCOUT CEMETERY
  123. Buffalo Soldiers patrolled the Guadalupe Mountains
  124. Buffalo Soldiers and Mescalero Apaches in the Guadalupes
  125. 24TH U.S. INFANTRY
  126. 9TH U.S. CAVALRY
  127. 9th CAVALRY
  128. 25TH U.S. INFANTRY
  129. Black Cowboys, Part II
  130. Black Cowboys, Part I
  131. 127th Annual Seminole Indian Scouts Reunion Keynote Address
  132. Bill Pickett
  133. Joni M. Jordan
  134. CORPS DE AFRIQUE
  135. SIMSPORT
  136. A Dream of Wings
  137. HEADQUARTERS DEPARTMENT OF THE G
  138. Battle of Millikens Bend - Captain M.M. Miller
  139. Deep Creek Cemetery - Chesapeake, (Tidewater) Virginia
  140. Private Cemetery Near Virginia Beach
  141. George Robert Hughes
  142. Sergeant Nimrod Burke (1836-1914)
  143. Civil War Chronology
  144. Museums
  145. The Black Seminoles: Gullah Pioneer Freedom Fighters
  146. Oklahoma's Frontier Indian Police
  147. Westward Along the Gulf Coast
  148. On the Trail - The Story of Estevanico
  149. INCREDIBLE JOURNEY
  150. KIMBERLY ANYADIKE  MAKING HISTOR
  151. Fort Stockton Historic Site
  152. Museums
  153. History of Milam County, Texas - War Dead is Being Written
  154. Sergeant Nimrod Burke
  155. Seminole-Negro Indian Scouts
  156. Bill Doolin and the Black Oklahombres
  157. Crawford "Cherokee Bill" Goldsby
  158. Bass Reeves - Deputy United States Marshal
  159. Fort Concho
  160. Black Mississippi troops in the Civil War
  161. Elijah Daniels Band of Seminole-Negros
  162. AFRICAN AMERICAN
  163. Fort Duncan
  164. Zion Cemetery - David A. Hartman
  165. Dedication Ceremony - Section 13 U.S.C.T., Washington Cemetery, Washington Courthouse, Ohio
  166. Colored men and their relation to the military service
  167. 117th Regiment, United States Colored Infantry
  168. HEADQUARTERS CAVALRY FORCES
  169. HEADQUARTERS DEPARTMENT OF THE MISSOURI
  170. SAULSBURY
  171. An Impression of Seminole Days 2002
  172. A Pictoral Tribute to Izola Warrior Raspberry
  173. 130th Annual Seminole Days Celebration
  174. Operations in Northern Louisiana
  175. Report of Brig
  176. May 10, 1863, Skirmishes at Caledonia and Pin Hook La
  177. ROSTER - 9th UNITED STATES VOLUNTEER INFANTRY 1898 to 1899
  178. Correspondence to Abraham Lincoln from John L. Barbour
  179. Correspondence to Edwin M. Stanton from L.Thomas
  180. 5TH MASSACHUSETTS COLORED VOLUNTEER CAVALRY
  181. HEADQUARTERS DISTRICT OF TEXAS
  182. Twenty-Fifth Army Corps
  183. First Division
  184. Second Division
  185. HDQRS
  186. 20th Regiment
  187. 127th Regiment
  188. 46th Regiment
  189. HEADQUARTERS TRANS-MISSISSIPPI D
  190. 96th Regiment
  191. 48th Regiment
  192. 47th Regiment
  193. 76th Regiment
  194. 87th Regiment
  195. 117th Regiment, United States Colored Infantry
  196. Major General P. R. Cleburne
  197. SECOND DIVISION - XXV CORPS
  198. CHRONOLOGY - TWENTY-FIFTH ARMY CORPS
  199. FIRST BRIGADE, FIRST DIVISION
  200. 118th Regiment, United States Colored Infantry
  201. LEST WE FORGET
  202. CIVIL WAR
  203. Charles G. Amos
  204. Army Service - Seminole, Creek, Cherokee, Tonkaway and Apache Indians
  205. CIVIL WAR BOOKS
  206. BATTLES - SKIRMISHES - EXPEDITIO
  207. CONFEDERATE STATES OF AMERICA
  208. The Association Of The 2221 Negro Infantry Volunteers Of World War II
  209. Congressional Black Caucus Veterans Braintrust - Gala Reception and Awards Ceremony
  210. The Golden Fourteen, Plus
  211. LEST WE FORGET
  212. All Men are Brothers
  213. GENERAL ORDERS No
  214. Black Fur Traders and Frontiersmen
  215. Warren Perryman
  216. Seminole-Negro Indian Scouts Hat Ornament
  217. Private John Jefferson
  218. THE WARRIORS - Descendants of Seminole-Negro Indian Scouts
  219. Mexican Cavalry Saber
  220. Seminole-Negro Indian Scouts 1910
  221. Orders Disbanding the Seminole Negro Indian Scouts and Removal of Some Families from the Fort Clark military reservation
  222. George Washington Carver School (Colored)
  223. Black, Red and Deadly
  224. Engagements by the Buffalo Soldiers and Seminole-Negro Indian Scouts
  225. The Return March, Remolina
  226. George Washington Carver School (Colored) - Bracketville, TX
  227. The Buffalo Soldiers and the Constitution - Overview
  228. Buffalo Soldiers
  229. Black Seminole Settlement
  230. MONTFORD POINT MARINE ASSOCIATION, Inc. (MPMA) Overview and Application
  231. MEN OF COURAGE, history of the 351st Field Artillery Battalion
  232. Legion of Merit Awards
  233. Montford Point Marine Association, INC. (MPMA)
  234. A lack of evidence - Blacks did not fight for the South, despite what Confederate apologists argue
  235. Hospital Cemetery
  236. Zion Cemetery - Congotown, New Castle County, Delaware
  237. Correspondence Between George Randolph and H.W. Mercer
  238. A History of My People
  239. Black Seminole Observances at the Grave of Osceola
  240. PLACES
  241. Women of the Shooting Iron
  242. Black, Red and Deadly
  243. Gunfight at Boley, Oklahoma
  244. African American Western Experience
  245. Census Moves Toward Legalized Races
  246. A Lack of Evidence - Blacks did not Fight for the South, Despite what Confederate Apologists Argue
  247. The Flags (from the Column Up and Down Farish Street)
  248. Boy Scout Eagle Project - Westlawn Cemetery, Del Rio, Texas
  249. Exhibit - From Africa To Eternity
  250. LEST WE FORGET
  251. Kenneth Wiggins Porter (1905-1981)
  252. Dorie Miller
  253. Grace Hibbler Jefferson
  254. Hats Off to a Happy Cowboy - Herb Jeffries
  255. Tuskegee Airmen
  256. Washington County, Ohio
  257. Civil War Battles -- United States Colored Troops
  258. Civil War Battles -- United States Colored Troops
  259. The First African-American Radio
  260. African Americans and Radio - Overview Part 4
  261. Correspondance to Maj. Gen. E. R. S. CANBY from E. A. HITCHCOCK
  262. HEADQUARTERS TWENTY-FIFTH ARMY C
  263. HEADQUARTERS TWENTY-FIFTH ARMY C
  264. Cavalry Brigade
  265. HDQRS