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African Americans in the Revolutionary War online video

Black Southerners in Confederate Armies, J.H. Segars and C.K. Barrow, editors
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Virginia’s Black Confederates, Greg Eanes
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Black Confederates and Afro-Yankees in Civil War Virginia, E.L. Jordan, Jr.
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Buffalo Soldiers

In 1866, an Act of Congress created black peacetime segregated regiments which were originally assigned to the Western Frontier.

Under Fire with the Tenth U. S. Cavalry, Cashin, H. V. and Others, Arno Press and The NY Times, 1969
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The Proud Legacy of the Buffalo Soldiers Exhibit

The Buffalo Soldiers Retracing the Legacy of the Buffalo Soldiers in National Parks

Buffalo Soldiers: The First African American Park Rangers

Buffalo Soldiers-Service on the Frontier

New Photos: Buffalo Soldiers at West Point recently discovered at the National Archives

Buffalo Soldiers TV movie

United States Colored Troops 

US Commissioned Officers of African American Descent Who Served During the Civil War (Military Order of the Loyal Legion of the United States [MOLLUS])

Black Americans in the US Army

The National World War II Museum-New Orleans: The African Americans in World War II

African American History at Arlington National Cemetery

Black History Month: Highlighting the 93rd Division in World War I

Tuskegee Airmen by Tuskegee University

Fairfax County Public Library

Documents relating to the military and naval service of blacks awarded the Congressional Medal of Honor from the Civil War to the Spanish American War

 The Buffalo Soldiers: a narrative of the Negro cavalry in the West by William H. Leckie

Under fire with the Tenth US Cavalry by Herschel V. Cashin and others

African American Militia Units in Virginia (1870-1899)