The Black Military Experience in the American West.
Anthology of essays on the military experiences of African Americans from the days of the Spanish Conquistadors up to 1918. Includes examinations of four all-Black cavalry and infantry regiments and Congressional Medal of Honor recipients. With sections including: The Forts; Action on the Frontier; The Officers and the Enlisted Men; Black-White Relations on the Frontier; Seminole-Negro Indian Scouts; Police Duty on the Frontier; The Johnson County Invasion; The Battle of Cuchillo Negra Mountains.
Description: The Black Military Experience in the American West.
New York: Liveright, (1971). First Edition. 591 pages. Publisher’s brown cloth; illustrated dust jacket. 10 x 7.5 inches. Illustrations. Jacket has slight wear at folds. Near Fine.