Brothers to the Buffalo Soldiers : perspectives on the African American militia and volunteers, 1865-1917 /
During the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, African American men were seldom permitted to join the United States armed forces. There had been times in early U.S. history when black and white men fought beside one another. It was not uncommon for integrated units to take to battle in th...
University of Missouri Press,
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