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Pick one historical figure or group listed below- each of these people or groups are connected to African American Military History from 1877 to 2017.

This essay must be at least 300 words. The essay and 2 peer responses (at least 200 words each) are due Sunday, 11:55 p.m. ET. Post your essay as early as possible so students have time to respond. They are both graded with the essay grading rubric. Therefore, do not use your textbook or an encyclopedia. Research in the library or from the course bibliography. You must cite and use at least one academic source. You may research on the internet, but if you do, you must use credible sources only (Wikipedia, About.com, blogs etc are not credible sources, for example).  The following links can help you determine which sources are credible or non-credible during your research: Credible vs non-credible sources, Getting Started With Research, Why I Shouldn’t Use Wikipedia and Identifying your Resources.

Remember that this is a formal essay of at least 300 words and you need an introduction (with a thesis statement), body, and conclusion. Two responses must be at least 200 words each. Respond as many times as you wish. Your best two responses will be graded. You must cite and use at least one academic source. Because students must respond, please post your essay as soon as possible.

Tell the class the history of this person(s) as it relates to African American Military History and remember to cite where you found your information.

Pick wisely!!!..These are first come, first serve. Points will be deducted for repeating material already covered and you must label your forum heading with the key figure’s name or group’s name.

 ***You can label your heading prior to writing your forum response- go back after you label your post and edit it to add the information. This way you can claim the person before someone else does. An example of Forum heading title is: Retired 4-star General Colin Powell.

Pick one from the list below of African American Military figures.

Dorie Miller

James Stone

Harlem Hellfighters

James Reese Europe

Henry Johnson

Needham Roberts

1918 Army Nurse Corps

78th Tank Battalion

24th Infantry Regiment

Charles B. Hall

Triple Nickels -555th Parachute Infantry Company

Harriet M. Waddy

Nancy Leftenant-Colon

William Henry Thompson

Clotilde Dent Bowen

Fred Moore

Milton L. Olive III

Benjamin L. Hunton

Frederic E. Davidson

Clara Leach Adams-Ender

Hazel Winifred Johnson

Roscoe Robinson Jr.

Sherian Grace Cadoria

Henry Doctor Jr.

Freddie Stowers

Larry Jordan

Imam Abdul-Rasheed Muhammad

Gene C. McKinney

Vernon Baker

Erroll M. Brown

Samuel A. Woods Jr.

Wesley A. Brown        

Benjamin Oliver Davis Sr.

Benjamin Oliver Davis Jr.

Ruth Lucas

Juanita Bell

Lloyd W. “Fig” Newton

Daniel H. “Chappie” James Jr.

Marcelite Jordan Harris

Virgil and Sheldon Starkes

Carlette “CJ” Jones

James E. Johnson

Frederick C. Branch

Frank E. Peterson Jr.

James Anderson Jr.

Alford McMichael

Denise H. Hoover

Gilda Jackson

Henry Ossian Flipper

Walter E. Gaskin Sr.

Jeannette Winters

Vertner W. Tandy

Irene Trowell-Harris

Bernard Whitfield Robinson

William Baldwin

USS Harmon

Samuel Lee Gravely Jr.

1944 WAVES

Phyllis Mae Dailey

Carl Maxie Brashear

Jesse Leroy Brown

Michelle Howard

Donnie Cochran

Henry McNeal Turner

Henry Vinson Plummer

Buffalo Soldiers (after 1877)

Charles Young

Allen Allensworth (after 1877)

Fort Des Moines, Iowa

Leo Pinckney

369th Infantry Regiment

Lillian Elaine Fishburne

J. Paul Reason

Eugene Bullard

51st and 52nd Defense Battalion

51st Composite Defense Battalion

 Ronald Bailey

92nd Infantry unit

332nd Fighter group of the Tuskegee Airmen

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