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Warriors of color / by Harold Ray Sayre.

Author: Harold Ray Sayre
Publisher: Fort Davis, Tex. : H.R. Sayre, 1995.
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"This book is a history book, not in the sense of great battles, but the history of great men who were unknown and had little recognition. This is the story of their lives. Some of it deals with their military service life, but the majority of it is about their struggles to survive after service, and when they died, their stories did not end, but continued on through the stories that their wives related. These were  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Biography
Genealogy
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Sayre, Harold Ray.
Warriors of color.
Fort Davis, Tex. : H.R. Sayre, 1995
(OCoLC)669392475
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Harold Ray Sayre
OCLC Number: 34241517
Notes: Includes index.
Description: vi, 521 pages ; 27 cm
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"This book is a history book, not in the sense of great battles, but the history of great men who were unknown and had little recognition. This is the story of their lives. Some of it deals with their military service life, but the majority of it is about their struggles to survive after service, and when they died, their stories did not end, but continued on through the stories that their wives related. These were Buffalo soldiers who helped to open up the westward expansion of our country ... This research covered 63 men of Troop H, 10th Cavalry who were stationed at Fort Davis, Texas, during the spring of 1884"--Preface.

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