The 5th USCI, originally designated the 127th OVI, in Delaware, Ohio. Photo from Ohio History Connections, The African American Experience in Ohio .
Browne, Frederick W. My Service in the U.S. Colored Cavalry. [1st USCC]
Dobak, William A. Freedom by the Sword: The U.S. Colored Troops 1862-1867.
Fleetwood, Christian A. The Negro as a Soldier.
Goff, Nathan, Jr. History of the Thirty-Seventh Regt. U.S.C. Infantry.
Green, Alfred M. Letters and Discussion on the Formation of Colored Regiments, and the Duty of the Colored People in Regard to the Great Slaveholders’ Rebellion in the United States of America.
Guthrie, James M. Camp-Fires of the Afro-Americans; or, The Colored Man as Patriot.
Higginson, Thomas Wentworth. Army Life in a Black Regiment.
Hill, Isaac J. A Sketch of the 29th Regiment Connecticut Colored Troops.
Mickley, Jeremiah Marion. The Forty-Third Regiment United States Colored Troops.
Montgomery, Horace. “A Union Officer’s Recollections of the Negro as a Soldier.”
Swazey, Arthur, John A. Bross, and Chicago Bar Association. Memorial of Colonel John A. Bross, Twenty-Ninth U.S. Colored Troops, who Fell in Leading the Assault on Petersburgh, July 30, 1864.
Wilson, Joseph T. The Black Phalanx.
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