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

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  1. Black Mississippi troops in the Civil War
  2. The Black Confederate Brigade in the Civil War
  3. National Park Service Refuses to Give Black Civil War Soldiers FullCredit
  4. The Making of the United States of America - A Divided Nation
  5. The Making of the United States of America - When and How the States Came to be - Three More Came Before the Rebellion (Civil War)
  6. Black Seminoles a Historical Overview by Katarina Wittich
  7. Fort Clark, Bracketville, Texas - Historic Home of The Seminole-Negro Indian Scouts
  8. NOVEMBER 19
  9. Nat
  10. HEADQUARTERS DIVISION
  11. NOVEMBER 19
  12. NOVEMBER 19
  13. A TREATY
  14. Letter of Col
  15. NOVEMBER 19
  16. Access to Military Service and Pension Records
  17. Civil War
  18. ORGANIZATION OF UNITED STATES COLORED TROOPS BY STATE
  19. Colored men and their relation to the military service
  20. Washington County, Ohio
  21. War Department - Contrabands Report #5
  22. HEADQUARTERS OF the ARMY
  23. com  McCLELLAN
  24. HEADQUARTERS DEPARTMENT OF THE MISSOURI
  25. Meet the Wades of Ohio
  26. INTRODUCTION - MOBILE CAMPAIGN
  27. Black Americans and the Nation's Defenese
  28. Civil War Suggested Reading List
  29. Yazoo Expedition - March 5, 1864
  30. The Battle of Milliken's Bend - The Central Role of Black Troops in the Siege of Vicksburg
  31. History of 55th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry
  32. Civil War Statement
  33. DEPARTMENT HEADQUARTERS
  34. MAJOR GENERALS JOHN C. FREMONT AND DAVID HUNTER versus PRESIDENT ABRAHAM LINCOLN
  35. United States Colored Troops - A Brief History
  36. ATTEMPT TO ORGANIZE A BLACK CONFEDERATE REGIMENT
  37. Fort Gibson, Indian Territory
  38. Fort Gibson, Indian Territory, September 16, 1864
  39. Major General John C. Fremont Versus President Abraham Lincoln
  40. PEOPLE
  41. ORGANIZATION OF UNITED STATES COLORED TROOPS IN THE NORTHERN STATES
  42. CONFEDERATE STATES OF AMERICA AN
  43. Names on Record
  44. CIVIL WAR
  45. ORGANIZATION OF UNITED STATES CO
  46. ORGANIZATION OF UNITED STATES CO
  47. CIVIL WAR BOOKS
  48. CIVIL WAR
  49. ORGANIZATION OF UNITED STATES COLORED TROOPS IN THE BORDER STATES
  50. CONFEDERATE STATES OF AMERICA
  51. United States of America
  52. CHARLES TYLER TROWBRIDGE
  53. All Men are Brothers
  54. First Kansas Colored Infantry Regiment
  55. PROCLAMATION
  56. Civil War Battles -- United States Colored Troops
  57. General Orders No. 63 - Thos Moore
  58. LAWS AND ORDERS
  59. Fort Stockton Historic Site
  60. HEADQUARTERS DEPARTMENT OF THE G
  61. Major Generals John C. Fremont and David Hunter versus President Abraham Lincoln
  62. Dealing With Slavery
  63. Jerusalem Missionary Baptist Chu
  64. CHERRY GROVE CEMETERY
  65. LEXINGTON NATIONAL CEMETERY
  66. United Brothers Of Friendship Cemetery
  67. LEXINGTON NATIONAL CEMETERY
  68. Chain Lake Cemetery - Lake View Section - Calvin Township, Cass County, Michigan
  69. United Brothers Of Friendship Cemetery
  70. 22nd U.S. Colored Troops and 3rd Pennsylvania Heavy Artillery - May 21, 1864
  71. Proclamation of Governor Lewis E. Parsons to the People of Alabama - July 20,1865
  72. Civil War Vets Reynolds, Norris & Parker last to live in Muskingum County
  73. Yazoo Expedition (2)
  74. ATTEMPT TO ORGANIZE A BLACK CONFEDERATE REGIMENT
  75. Fort Pillow Tennesee - April 12, 1864
  76. George Robert Hughes
  77. Athens, Alabama, September 23-24, 1864
  78. Civil War Battles -- United States Colored Troops
  79. Sergeant Nimrod Burke (1836-1914)
  80. Civil War Chronology
  81. Judge Ephriam Cutler and Constitution
  82. Fort Stockton Historic Site
  83. The Flags (from the Column Up and Down Farish Street)
  84. Black Maritime History Runs Deep
  85. Fort Pillow
  86. General John Eaton
  87. Cajoe Phillips
  88. Sergeant Nimrod Burke
  89. Slave Wages
  90. Civil War Vets
  91. Names On Record
  92. Charles Tyler Trowbridge
  93. Andrew Jackson Smith