Brothers to the Buffalo Soldiers: Perspectives on the African American Militia and Volunteers, 1865-1917

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Index
AEF (American Expeditionary Force). See Ninety-third Infantry Division AEF; Ninety-third Regiment AEF
African Americans. See military service, black Americans in
African American state fair, Texas, 77–78
Afro-American Cuban Emigration Society, 182
Aguinaldo, Emilio, 180
Alabama: black militia in, 8–9, 73, 112–21; economic and social conditions, 112; racism in, 120–21; state militia movement in, 20
Alabama National Guard, 121. See also Capital City Guard (Alabama)
Alabama State Troops, 8, 113, 115
Alger, Russell A., 131, 132, 147, 190
Altgeld, John Peter, 93
American Expeditionary Force (AEF). See Ninety-third Infantry Division AEF; Ninety-third Regiment AEF
Arkansas, state militia in, 20–21, 25, 28, 73–74
armories, 42–44, 159–61
arms and equipment, 22, 42–43, 212
arms seizures, 28
Army and Navy Journal (newspaper), 50
Army Appropriation Act, 20
Army of the James (Virginia), 35
Atlanta Constitution (newspaper), 168, 202–3
Atlanta Journal (newspaper), 152
Attucks, Crispus, 36
Attucks Guard (Virginia), 36–38, 42, 48–49, 54
Augusta, Georgia: black militia in, 210, 212–14, 217–18; establishment of Camp Dyer, 209–10; Tenth Immunes in, 13–14, 210–11, 215
Augusta Chronicle (newspaper), 197, 210, 216–17
Baker, Edward L., Jr., 133, 212
Baker, L. C., 182
Baltimore Afro-American (newspaper), 81
bands, military, 26, 41
Bannister, Winston, 47
Beck (Colonel), 178, 180
Beckam, John T., 191, 195
Bidgood, Joseph V., 53
black Americans. See military service, black Americans in
Black Americans and the White Man’s Burden, 1983–1903 (Gatewood), 3, 10
The Black Citizen-Soldiers of Kansas, 1864–1901 (Cunningham), 3
black communities: role of militia in, 15, 80–81, 92, 94–95; support for militia, 8–9, 13–14, 61–62, 116
black manhood, concept of, 8, 102, 175
“Black Men and the Early New Jersey Militia” (Gough), 2
black officers. See officers, black
black press, influence of, 44, 61–62, 131, 174
black veterans, 199–204, 216–17

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