PEOPLE OF COLOR ON AMERICA'S WESTERN FRONTIER

LEST WE FORGET

By Bennie J. McRae, Jr.

"Regrettably, many of the accomplishments and sagas of African Americans, Native Americans, Mexican Americans and Asian Americans have never been told in book form. There is a need for the total history of the American West to be told so there will be a more complete picture. Members of these groups played a crucial role in the development of our nation, and the West is no exception," Art T. Burton, author of the books, "Black, Red and Deadly" and "Black, Buckskin and Blue"


William "Dub" Warrior (right) and other supporting cast
members of the movie "Streets of Laredo."
(Courtesy: William "Dub" Warrior - Del Rio, Texas)

MILITARY RECORDS AND VETERANS REFERENCE DESK

www.bjmjr.com/military/index.htm

BLACK SEMINOLES, FREEDMEN, MASCOGOS AND SEMINOLE NEGRO INDIAN SCOUTS

www.bjmjr.com/scouts.htm

A SALUTE TO HERB JEFFRIES

www.bjmjr.com/jeffries/index.htm

ART T. BURTON'S WESTERN FRONTIER

A PRIMER ON BLACK TROOPS IN THE AMERICAN WEST

THE BUFFALO SOLDIERS AT FORT HUACHUCA

THE WEST 1865-1897

SPECIAL REPORT

ACADEMIC INFO - THE AMERICAN WEST: NEW WESTERN HISTORY

BOOKS - EDUCATION - GENEALOGY

SLAVERY

EXPLORERS AND PIONEERS

CIVIL WAR ON THE FRONTIER

SPECIAL WEB SITES

FRONTIERSMEN, PIONEERS AND HOMESTEADERS

MASCOGOS - FREEDMEN

COWBOYS

LAWMEN AND OUTLAWS

SCOUTS

SOLDIERS

FARMERS (OKLAHOMA)

PEOPLE

PLACES

ART AND EXHIBITS

RESEARCHERS, HISTORIANS AND PRESENTERS

ORGANIZATIONS

EVENTS

OTHER WESTERN FRONTIER LINKS


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LWF COMMUNICATIONS
Trotwood, Ohio
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