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

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Displaying records 1 through 206 of 206 records related to 'Tennessee'
  1. Black Mississippi troops in the Civil War
  2. Black and Tan Party Rule in Mississippi
  3. The Making of the United States of America - When and How the States Came to be - The Last Two
  4. Fort Negley, Tennessee - December 10, 2004
  5. 8th Regiment
  6. 49th Regiment
  7. Natchez National Cemetery - Natchez, Mississippi
  8. Expedition from Memphis, Tenn., into Mississippi.
  9. 8th Regiment
  10. PRESENTATION
  11. HEADQUARTERS OF the ARMY
  12. WWII Infantry Volunteer Reunion - Nashville, Tennessee Chapter
  13. PRESS RELEASE
  14. Units Organized at Camp Nelson
  15. Camp Nelson
  16. CAMP NELSON
  17. Camp Nelson Civil War Days
  18. USCT Network
  19. Report of Maj. Gen Napoleon J. T. Dana, U. S. Army, commanding Districts of West Tennessee and Vicksburg
  20. Siege Of Vicksburg
  21. The Call to the Colors
  22. Correspondence from L. Thomas to Hon. E. M. Stanton
  23. Correspondence to Edwin M. Stanton from L.Thomas
  24. One of the Most Daring and Heroic Acts of the Civil War - Orders No.81
  25. Expedition from Vicksburg to Yazoo City, Miss and Skirmish at Big Black Bridge (November 27), and Action at Concord Church (December 1) - November 23 - December 4, 1864
  26. 66th Regiment
  27. 3rd U.S. Colored Cavalry Regiment
  28. Report of Maj. Gen Napoleon J. T. Dana, U. S. Army, commanding Districts of West Tennessee and Vicksburg
  29. 11th Regiment, United States Colored Infantry (New Organization)
  30. 3rd United States Colored Cavalry Regiment
  31. 70th Regiment
  32. CIVIL WAR IN MISSISSIPPI
  33. U.S. Colored Heavy Artillery Regiments and Organization Location and Original Designation
  34. 3rd U.S. Colored Cavalry Regiment
  35. Batteries - U.S. Colored Light Artillery and Organization Location and Original Designation
  36. U.S. Colored Infantry Regiments Organization Location and Original Designation (red)
  37. 44th Regiment
  38. SPECIAL ORDERS
  39. 18th Regiment, United States Colored Infantry
  40. 69th Regiment
  41. 1st Regiment
  42. 16th Regiment
  43. 15th Regiment
  44. 40th Regiment, United States Colored Infantry
  45. Report from R. D. Mussey Colonel 100th, U. S. Colored Infantry to Maj. C.W. Foster, Assistant Adjutant-General, Chief of the Colored Bureau
  46. 13th Regiment
  47. 61st Regiment
  48. 101st Regiment, United States Colored Infantry
  49. 2ND UNITED STATES COLORED LIGHT ARTILLERY REGIMENT
  50. 59th Regiment
  51. 88th Regiment
  52. 14th Regiment
  53. 2ND UNITED STATES COLORED LIGHT ARTILLERY REGIMENT
  54. 110th Regiment, United States Colored Infantry
  55. 3rd Regiment
  56. 12th Regiment
  57. 4th Regiment
  58. 44th Regiment
  59. BATTERY
  60. 17th Regiment
  61. 111th Regiment, United States Colored Infantry
  62. United States Colored Troops - Civil War
  63. United States Colored Troops - A Brief History
  64. 100th Regiment, United States Colored Infantry
  65. Major General P. R. Cleburne
  66. HDQRS
  67. REPORTS
  68. HDQRS
  69. Union Alabama Volunteers
  70. SEPTEMBER 16---OCTOBER 10
  71. REPORTS
  72. LEST WE FORGET
  73. CIVIL WAR
  74. BATTLES - SKIRMISHES - EXPEDITIO
  75. CIVIL WAR
  76. CIVIL WAR
  77. FIRST REGIMENT MISSISSIPPI COLORED CAVALRY
  78. 13th United States Colored Troops
  79. AMERICANA HISTORICAL ART - PRELUDE TO SURRENDER
  80. PRIDE OVER PREJUDICE
  81. LEST WE FORGET
  82. All Men are Brothers
  83. 3rd U.S. Colored Cavalry Regiment
  84. First Kansas Colored Infantry Regiment
  85. General Orders No. 81 - C.T. Christensen, E. D. Townsend
  86. SPECIAL ORDERS
  87. ORDERS No
  88. Western Frontier Reading List
  89. Native American/African American Books
  90. Operational Report Correspondence from R. D. Mussey to Headquarters Commander for Organization, US Colored Troops
  91. THE MASSACRE AT FORT PILLOW
  92. Heaven of Rest Cemetery, Little Rock, Arkansas
  93. November 23 - December 4, 1864 - Expedition from Vicksburg to Yazoo City, Miss and Skirmish at Big Black Bridge (November 27), and Action at Concord Church (December 1).
  94. Fort Pillow Tennesee - April 12, 1864
  95. Athens, Alabama, September 23-24, 1864
  96. Civil War Chronology
  97. Letter from a Freedman to His Old Master (Written Just as He Dictated It)
  98. Museums
  99. Museums
  100. Light of Athens - Trinity High School
  101. Black Farmers: Caught In the Crosshairs of Justice
  102. Fort Pillow
  103. LEST WE FORGET
  104. Dorie Miller
  105. Jackson State University Lynching Exhibit
  106. 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
  107. The Making of the United States of America - When and How the States Came to Be
  108. The Making of the United States of America - When and How the States Came to be - Three More Came Before the Rebellion (Civil War)
  109. Memphis National Cemetery
  110. Reception Honoring The Association of the '2,221' Negro Volunteers of World War II
  111. A TREATY
  112. HEADQUARTERS U
  113. Captain LAMBERG duly sworn and examined
  114. HEADQUARTERS DISTRICT OF WEST TENNESSEE
  115. ORGANIZATION OF UNITED STATES COLORED TROOPS BY STATE
  116. Dedication Ceremony - Section 13 U.S.C.T., Washington Cemetery, Washington Courthouse, Ohio
  117. Colored men and their relation to the military service
  118. NATCHEZ
  119. Contraband Camps in Tennessee
  120. LAWRENCE BORIS
  121. Association of the "2221" Negro Volunteers - World War II
  122. On the property on Hickman Creek adjoining Camp Nelson are prehistoricarchaeological finds dating from 800 B
  123. Expedition from Memphis, Tenn., to Brownsville, Miss. - April 19-23, 1865
  124. Report of Brig
  125. First Alabama Cavalry U.S.A.: Homage to Patriotism
  126. Correspondence from L. Thomas to Hon. E. M. Stanton, Secretary of War
  127. Correspondence from Maj. Gen. N.J.T. Dana to Maj. Gen. C.C. Washington
  128. Expedition from Memphis, Tenn., to Brownsville, Miss.- April 19-23, 1865
  129. 6th Regiment
  130. The Battle of Milliken's Bend - The Central Role of Black Troops in the Siege of Vicksburg
  131. 55th Regiment
  132. HEADQUARTERS DEPARTMENT OF THE T
  133. HDQRS
  134. SPECIAL ORDER No
  135. 68th Regiment, United States Colored Infantry
  136. 46th Regiment
  137. HEADQUARTERS ARMY OF TENNESSEE
  138. 9th Regiment
  139. 42nd Regiment
  140. United States Colored Troops
  141. HEADQUARTERS SECOND DIVISION CAV
  142. 55th Regiment
  143. HEADQUARTERS U
  144. Major General C. C. Washburn
  145. CIVIL WAR
  146. CIVIL WAR
  147. Army Service - Seminole, Creek, Cherokee, Tonkaway and Apache Indians
  148. ORGANIZATION OF UNITED STATES CO
  149. ORGANIZATION OF UNITED STATES CO
  150. CIVIL WAR
  151. The Association Of The 2221 Negro Infantry Volunteers Of World War II
  152. FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
  153. The Battle of Milliken's Bend - Black Troops Made the Real Difference
  154. GENERAL ORDERS No
  155. SPECIAL ORDERS No
  156. MONTFORD POINT MARINE ASSOCIATION, Inc. (MPMA) Overview and Application
  157. Montford Point Marine Association, INC. (MPMA)
  158. A lack of evidence - Blacks did not fight for the South, despite what Confederate apologists argue
  159. History of Captain W. W. McCarty's Prison Life, and Southern Prisons
  160. Dealing With Slavery
  161. Name
  162. CHERRY GROVE CEMETERY
  163. Washington Courthouse Cemetery
  164. Woodside Cemetery, Oxford, Ohio
  165. Glenwood Cemetery, Huntsville, Alabama - Memorial Service for Private Washington Markin
  166. Bloomingburg Cemetery - Bloomingburg, Fayette County, Ohio
  167. Columbia Cemetery - Columbia, Missouri
  168. George Robert Hughes
  169. Alfred Wood - Scout (Civilian)
  170. African Americans and Radio - Overview Part 2
  171. Cherokee Slave Revolt of 1842
  172. Private Amos McKinney Memorial D
  173. A Lack of Evidence - Blacks did not Fight for the South, Despite what Confederate Apologists Argue
  174. Peter Bruner and Richard Burns - Woodside Cemetery, Oxford, Ohio
  175. General John Eaton
  176. Lee Randles
  177. JUNE 1
  178. HDQRS
  179. HEADQUARTERS CAVALRY FORCES
  180. Report of Lieut. Col. Robert Cowden
  181. JUNE 1
  182. 6th Regiment, United States Colored Cavalry
  183. JULY 5
  184. Report of Col. William L. McMillen, Ninety-fifth Ohio Infantry, Commanding Infantry Division
  185. HEADQUARTERS THIRD BRIGADE
  186. 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
  187. JUNE 1
  188. GENERAL ORDERS No
  189. HDQRS
  190. SAULSBURY
  191. New Page 1
  192. Report of Col. Embury D. Osband - Memphis, Tenn, January 13, 1865
  193. Expedition from Memphis, Tenn. into Southeastern Arkansas and Northeastern Louisiana.
  194. HEADQUARTERS CAVALRY FORCES Vicksburg, Miss, December 4, 1864
  195. ROSTER - 24TH U. S. INFANTRY REGIMENT
  196. HDQRS
  197. BLACK MISSISSIPPIANS IN THE CIVIL WAR
  198. Report of Col. Embury D. Osband, Third U. S. Colored Cavalry, Commanding Third Cavalry Brigade - January 13, 1865
  199. Report of Col. Embury D. Osband, Third U.S. Colored Cavalry, commanding expedition.
  200. 63rd Regiment
  201. Reports from Colonel E.D. Osband, Third US Calvary
  202. 20th Regiment
  203. 63rd Regiment
  204. 6th Regiment
  205. HEADQUARTERS FOURTH MICHIGAN CAV
  206. Various Resting Places