Source:Moebs, Thomas Truxton. Black Soldiers - Black Sailors - Black Ink

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Source Black soldiers - black sailors - black ink
research guide on African-Americans in U.S. military history, 1526-1900 : list of officers, chronology of service, medal of honor winners, regimental service records, Revolutionary war enlisted men, Annapolis and West Point appointees, Civil War General orders from Washington, bibliography extensively cross-referenced by subject, confederate writings on military use of African-Americans, writings of civilian and military African-American authors, 12,000 African-American servicemen
Author Moebs, Thomas Truxton
Coverage
Place United States
Year range - 1900
Subject Ethnic/Cultural
Ethnicity / Culture African American
Publication information
Type Miscellaneous
Publisher Moebs Publishing Co.
Date issued c1994
Place issued Chesapeake Bay
Citation
Moebs, Thomas Truxton. Black soldiers - black sailors - black ink: research guide on African-Americans in U.S. military history, 1526-1900 : list of officers, chronology of service, medal of honor winners, regimental service records, Revolutionary war enlisted men, Annapolis and West Point appointees, Civil War General orders from Washington, bibliography extensively cross-referenced by subject, confederate writings on military use of African-Americans, writings of civilian and military African-American authors, 12,000 African-American servicemen. (Chesapeake Bay: Moebs Publishing Co., c1994).
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