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

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  1. Special Thanks - Andrew Jackson Smith Memorial Highway
  2. Corporal Andrew Jackson Smith - Medal of Honor Recipient - March 3, 1863
  3. Black Mississippi troops in the Civil War
  4. Colored Troops buried in Basline Cemetery
  5. United States Colored Civil War Veterans
  6. Civil War: Pension File, Union Navy
  7. 54th Regiment
  8. 55th Regiment
  9. 5th Regiment
  10. LEGEND
  11. Dedication and Unveiling of Interpretative Sign in Remembrance of Joshua Dunbar
  12. ORGANIZATION OF UNITED STATES COLORED TROOPS BY STATE
  13. Colored men and their relation to the military service
  14. PRESENTATION
  15. Washington County, Ohio
  16. DR. PAYTON SPEECH
  17. HEADQUARTERS DISTRICT OF BEAUFOR
  18. HDQ. 1ST BRIG., 1ST DIV., USCT, APRIL 13, 1865
  19. The Call to the Colors
  20. Correspondence from T.D. Hodges to Bvt. Maj. Gen. R. Saxton
  21. Correspondence from H. Ware to E.A. Hitchcock
  22. Correspondance to Maj. Gen. E. R. S. CANBY from E. A. HITCHCOCK
  23. Executive Department Correspondence :: Civil War :: Lest We Forget
  24. Civil War Suggested Reading List
  25. 5TH MASSACHUSETTS COLORED VOLUNTEER CAVALRY
  26. History of 55th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry
  27. 55th Massachusetts Infantry Regiment (AD)
  28. U.S. Colored Infantry Regiments Organization Location and Original Designation (red)
  29. U.S. Colored Cavalry Regiments
  30. Cavalry Brigade
  31. HDQRS
  32. Organization of the Twenty-Fifth
  33. Organization of the Twenty-Fifth
  34. 54th Regiment
  35. 55th Regiment
  36. 5th Regiment
  37. Civil War Plaques Dedication and Civil War Remembrance Day - Dedication of Plaques and Memorial Service
  38. Lincoln Cemetery - A Day of Remembrance - November 17, 2007
  39. Department of the South Regiments
  40. United States Colored Troops - Civil War
  41. United States Colored Troops - A Brief History
  42. 55th Massachusetts Infantry Regiment (AD)
  43. LEST WE FORGET
  44. THE FIRST BLACK SOLDIERS
  45. REENACTMENT UNITS
  46. PEOPLE
  47. ORGANIZATION OF UNITED STATES COLORED TROOPS IN THE NORTHERN STATES
  48. Fairfax Revaleon and Charles Gerrish Amos
  49. OTHER  LINKS
  50. CIVIL WAR
  51. ORGANIZATION OF UNITED STATES CO
  52. ORGANIZATION OF UNITED STATES CO
  53. CIVIL WAR BOOKS
  54. CIVIL WAR
  55. CIVIL WAR
  56. Congressional Black Caucus Veterans Braintrust - Gala Reception and Awards Ceremony
  57. PRIDE OVER PREJUDICE
  58. LEST WE FORGET
  59. All Men are Brothers
  60. THE FIRST BLACK SOLDIERS
  61. The Battle of Port Hudson
  62. Civil War Battles -- United States Colored Troops
  63. Orders, Edwin M. Stanton, January 26, 1863
  64. Buffalo Soldiers
  65. A Brief History of the 66th Army Air Forces Flight Training Detachment
  66. HEADQUARTERS DEPARTMENT OF THE G
  67. HEADQUARTERS DEPARTMENT OF THE G
  68. SPECIAL ORDERS No
  69. History of Captain W. W. McCarty's Prison Life, and Southern Prisons
  70. Final Resting Place of William Butler and Henry Walker
  71. Church on the Hill Cemetery
  72. Wyuka Cemetery
  73. Colored Troops buried in Basline Cemetery
  74. Fairview Cemetery
  75. Resting Places of the 5th Massachusetts Colored Cavalry Regiment
  76. Graves Of Union Soldiers Located In Sunnyside Cemetery Orangeburg
  77. Lincoln Cemetery
  78. Lebanon Cemetery
  79. Riverside Cemetery - Troy, Ohio
  80. United States Colored Civil War Veterans
  81. Oak Hill Cemetery, Youngstown, Ohio
  82. United States Colored Troops Buried in Clark County, Ohio
  83. Hanktown Cemetery - Union Township, Miami County, Ohio
  84. BASS AND CLEMENS CEMETERIES IN DARKE COUNTY, OHIO
  85. Bass and Clemens Cemeteries - Darke County, Ohio
  86. Civil War Battles -- United States Colored Troops
  87. Civil War Chronology
  88. 5th Massachusetts Colored Cavalry Regiment Soldiers and Veterans Resting Places
  89. 35th U.S. Colored Troops
  90. African Americans And Early Radio
  91. A History of My People
  92. NATIONAL HISTORIC SITES - AFRICAN AMERICAN
  93. Abolitionists by Henry Robert Burke
  94. Fort Pillow
  95. The Anti-Slavery Movement
  96. LEST WE FORGET
  97. Paul Laurence Dunbar House, a Site of the Ohio Historical Society
  98. Kenneth Wiggins Porter (1905-1981)
  99. First Lieutenant John R. Fox
  100. Andrew Jackson Smith
  101. Speech by Dr. John R. Rock (1858)
  102. AFRICAN AMERICANS AND RADIO
  103. AFRICAN AMERICANS AND RADIO
  104. 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
  105. Hats Off to a Happy Cowboy - Herb Jeffries
  106. AFRICAN AMERICAN
  107. The Gallon Glass Jars
  108. Dedication Ceremony - Section 13 U.S.C.T., Washington Cemetery, Washington Courthouse, Ohio
  109. Report from R. D. Mussey Colonel 100th, U. S. Colored Infantry to Maj. C.W. Foster, Assistant Adjutant-General, Chief of the Colored Bureau
  110. Return of Casualties in the Union Forces - Second Assault on Battery Wagner - July 18, 1863
  111. Names on Record
  112. September 22-23
  113. The Golden Fourteen, Plus
  114. Colonel Darryl A. Scott - Keynote Address, September 19,1998
  115. MONTFORD POINT MARINE ASSOCIATION, Inc. (MPMA) Overview and Application
  116. Montford Point Marine Association, INC. (MPMA)
  117. LOUISIANA NATIVE GUARDS
  118. SPECIAL ORDERS No
  119. SPECIAL ORDERS
  120. HDQRS
  121. Operational Report Correspondence from R. D. Mussey to Headquarters Commander for Organization, US Colored Troops
  122. Soldiers Of The Army Of The James - Correspondence to Soldiers from ED W. Smith
  123. Civil War Vets Reynolds, Norris & Parker last to live in Muskingum County
  124. The First African-American Radio
  125. African Americans and Radio - Overview Part 4
  126. African Americans and Radio - Overview Part 2
  127. African Americans and Radio - Overview Further Reading
  128. African American and Radio - Overview Part 3
  129. Mississippi Civil War History Project
  130. Organizations
  131. Black Maritime History Runs Deep
  132. Exhibit - From Africa To Eternity
  133. Civil War Vets
  134. Names On Record