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

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  1. AFRICAN AMERICANS AND RADIO
  2. AFRICAN AMERICANS AND RADIO
  3. Nine Scottsboro Boys Spurred NAACP Concerns for Criminal Case Law
  4. Jackson State University Lynching Exhibit
  5. Grace Hibbler Jefferson
  6. HDQRS
  7. JUNE 1
  8. JULY 5
  9. Report of Col. William L. McMillen, Ninety-fifth Ohio Infantry, Commanding Infantry Division
  10. 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
  11. JUNE 1
  12. Expedition from Memphis, Tenn., to Brownsville, Miss. - April 19-23, 1865
  13. Report of Col. Embury D. Osband - Memphis, Tenn, January 13, 1865
  14. Correspondence from Major-General N.J.T. Dana to Maj. Gen. P.J. Osterhaus, Chief of Staff
  15. Correspondence to Edwin M. Stanton from L. Thomas (Letter #5)
  16. Correspondence to Edwin M. Stanton from L.Thomas
  17. 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
  18. Expedition from Memphis, Tenn., to Brownsville, Miss.- April 19-23, 1865
  19. Correspondence from N.J.T Dana to Maj. Gen. P.J. Osterhaus - May 4,1865
  20. Report of Col. Embury D. Osband, Third U. S. Colored Cavalry, Commanding Third Cavalry Brigade - January 13, 1865
  21. 3rd United States Colored Cavalry Regiment
  22. 55th Regiment
  23. CIVIL WAR IN MISSISSIPPI
  24. Batteries - U.S. Colored Light Artillery and Organization Location and Original Designation
  25. U.S. Colored Infantry Regiments Organization Location and Original Designation (red)
  26. HDQRS
  27. 61st Regiment
  28. 59th Regiment
  29. 2ND UNITED STATES COLORED LIGHT ARTILLERY REGIMENT
  30. BATTERY
  31. United States Colored Troops - Civil War
  32. Union Alabama Volunteers
  33. 55th Regiment
  34. REPORTS
  35. CIVIL WAR
  36. FIRST REGIMENT MISSISSIPPI COLORED CAVALRY
  37. ORDERS No
  38. Washington County, Ohio
  39. Civil War Battles -- United States Colored Troops
  40. JUNE 1
  41. HEADQUARTERS U
  42. HDQRS
  43. Captain LAMBERG duly sworn and examined
  44. Report of Lieut. Col. Robert Cowden
  45. JUNE 1
  46. HEADQUARTERS DISTRICT OF WEST TENNESSEE
  47. JULY 5
  48. Report of Col. William L. McMillen, Ninety-fifth Ohio Infantry, Commanding Infantry Division
  49. Expedition from Memphis, Tenn., into Mississippi.
  50. HEADQUARTERS THIRD BRIGADE
  51. 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
  52. JUNE 1
  53. Expedition from Memphis, Tenn., to Brownsville, Miss. - April 19-23, 1865
  54. Expedition from Memphis, Tenn. into Southeastern Arkansas and Northeastern Louisiana.
  55. Correspondence from L. Thomas to Hon. E. M. Stanton
  56. Correspondence to Edwin M. Stanton from L.Thomas
  57. Correspondence from Maj. Gen. N.J.T. Dana to Maj. Gen. C.C. Washington
  58. Expedition from Memphis, Tenn., to Brownsville, Miss.- April 19-23, 1865
  59. BLACK MISSISSIPPIANS IN THE CIVIL WAR
  60. Report of Col. Embury D. Osband, Third U.S. Colored Cavalry, commanding expedition.
  61. 63rd Regiment
  62. 11th Regiment, United States Colored Infantry (New Organization)
  63. 3rd United States Colored Cavalry Regiment
  64. 55th Regiment
  65. CIVIL WAR IN MISSISSIPPI
  66. 68th Regiment, United States Colored Infantry
  67. 46th Regiment
  68. 69th Regiment
  69. 63rd Regiment
  70. 61st Regiment
  71. 59th Regiment
  72. 88th Regiment
  73. 2ND UNITED STATES COLORED LIGHT ARTILLERY REGIMENT
  74. 3rd Regiment
  75. BATTERY
  76. REPORTS
  77. Union Alabama Volunteers
  78. 55th Regiment
  79. SEPTEMBER 16---OCTOBER 10
  80. Major General C. C. Washburn
  81. REPORTS
  82. BATTLES - SKIRMISHES - EXPEDITIO
  83. FIRST REGIMENT MISSISSIPPI COLORED CAVALRY
  84. Memphis National Cemetery
  85. U.S. Colored Heavy Artillery Regiments and Organization Location and Original Designation
  86. Batteries - U.S. Colored Light Artillery and Organization Location and Original Designation
  87. U.S. Colored Infantry Regiments Organization Location and Original Designation (red)
  88. United States Colored Troops - Civil War
  89. CIVIL WAR
  90. CIVIL WAR
  91. All Men are Brothers
  92. AFRICAN AMERICANS AND RADIO
  93. AFRICAN AMERICANS AND RADIO
  94. Nine Scottsboro Boys Spurred NAACP Concerns for Criminal Case Law
  95. Ayers Case Now In Hands of 5th Circuit
  96. Jackson State University Lynching Exhibit
  97. Grace Hibbler Jefferson
  98. HDQRS
  99. Tuskegee Airmen
  100. HEADQUARTERS CAVALRY FORCES
  101. HEADQUARTERS DEPARTMENT OF THE MISSOURI
  102. Siege Of Vicksburg
  103. Report of Col. Embury D. Osband - Memphis, Tenn, January 13, 1865
  104. Siege Of Vicksburg
  105. Correspondence from Major-General N.J.T. Dana to Maj. Gen. P.J. Osterhaus, Chief of Staff
  106. Correspondence to Edwin M. Stanton from L. Thomas (Letter #5)
  107. 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
  108. Correspondence from N.J.T Dana to Maj. Gen. P.J. Osterhaus - May 4,1865
  109. Report of Col. Embury D. Osband, Third U. S. Colored Cavalry, Commanding Third Cavalry Brigade - January 13, 1865
  110. The Battle of Milliken's Bend - The Central Role of Black Troops in the Siege of Vicksburg
  111. USCT Units Serving on the Mississippi River, 1865
  112. NEAR VICKSBURG
  113. HDQRS
  114. Report from R. D. Mussey Colonel 100th, U. S. Colored Infantry to Maj. C.W. Foster, Assistant Adjutant-General, Chief of the Colored Bureau
  115. ORDERS No
  116. Operational Report Correspondence from R. D. Mussey to Headquarters Commander for Organization, US Colored Troops
  117. Dealing With Slavery
  118. 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).
  119. Civil War Chronology
  120. The First African-American Radio
  121. African Americans And Early Radio
  122. Attempted Bank Robbery in Boley, Oklahoma
  123. Fort Pillow
  124. General John Eaton
  125. Crawford "Cherokee Bill" Goldsby
  126. Civil War Battles -- United States Colored Troops
  127. A History of My People
  128. Various Resting Places
  129. General John Eaton
  130. George Robert Hughes
  131. Museums
  132. Museums
  133. 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).
  134. Civil War Chronology
  135. Mrs. Francis Dana Gage
  136. The First African-American Radio
  137. African Americans and Radio - Overview Further Reading
  138. African American and Radio - Overview Part 3
  139. African Americans And Early Radio
  140. Attempted Bank Robbery in Boley, Oklahoma
  141. World War II and the Later Years - from the Column 'Up and Down Farish Street'
  142. Fort Pillow
  143. The Sultana Disaster
  144. Crawford "Cherokee Bill" Goldsby