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

Batteries - U.S. Colored Light Artillery and Organization Location and Original Designation

Compiled by Bennie J. McRae, Jr.

2ND U.S. COLORED HEAVY ARTILLERY - Organized at Nashville, Tennessee, April, 1864. Mustered out January, 1866.

BATTERY A - Nashville, Tennessee
BATTERY B - Fort Monroe, Virginia
BATTERY C - Hebron's Plantation, Mississippi - 1st Louisiana Battery (African Descent)
BATTERY D - Black River Bridge, Mississippi - 2nd Louisiana Battery (African Descent)
BATTERY E - Helena, Arkansas - 3rd Battery Louisiana Artillery (African Descent)
BATTERY F - Memphis, Tennessee - Memphis Light Battery (African Descent)
BATTERY G - Hilton Head, South Carolina
BATTERY H - Pine Bluff, Arkansas - 1st Arkansas Battery (African Descent)
BATTERY I - Memphis, Tennessee
INDEPENDENT BATTERY - Leavenworth, Kansas

SOURCE: Dyer, Frederick H. A COMPENDIUM OF THE WAR OF THE REBELLION. Volume III. New York: Thomas Yoseloff, 1959.

Category: Civil War | Subcategory: Regiments | Tags: COLORED CAVALRY , COLORED INFANTRY , COLORED HEAVY ARTILLERY
Related Topics / Keywords / Phrases: 1864, 1866, 1959, Arkansas, Fort Monroe (Virginia), Helena, Kansas, Louisiana, Memphis (Tennessee), Memphis (Tennessee), Mississippi, Nashville (Tennessee), New York, South Carolina, Tennessee, The War of the Rebellion (Book), U.S. Colored Heavy Artillery, Virginia,