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Afro-American Newspaper Company of Baltimore, Inc. Afro-Americ@. Black History Museum
Available: http://www.afroam.org/history/history.html
History section includes information on the Tuskegee airmen and This is Our War, a A compilation of articles written by African-American correspondents while following Black American troops during World War II.

International Museum of the Horse. The Buffalo Soldier.
Available: http://www.imh.org/imh/buf/buftoc.html

Jones, Kevin Kerr. African American Warriors.
Available: http://www.abest.com/~cklose/aawar.htm

McRae, Bennie J. Jr. Lest We Forget: The Untold History of America.
Available: http://www.coax.net/people/lwf/default.htm
Includes African-American military records, and history of involvement in various wars.

Powell, Anthony L. Portraits in Black: The Samuel N. Waller Memorial Web Site to the Buffalo Soldier and Sailor.
Available: http://www.con2.com/~blacstar/portraits/

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Last Updated: February 4, 1999