Summary "Most people think of George McJunkin or the Buffalo Soldiers when they think about African American history in New Mexico, but their history is richer and more complex and continues to this day. This collection is aimed at providing an overview of the dynamic presence of African Americans throughout the state and its history"--Provided by publisher.
A Century Later, a Little-Known Mass Hanging of Black Soldiers Still Haunts Us
Language eng. Extent 1 online resource viii, p.
Isbn Glasrud, electronic resource Instantiates African American history in New Mexico : portraits from five hundred years Publication Albuquerque, University of New Mexico Press, Bibliography note Includes bibliographical references p. Form of item online Governing access note Access restricted to subscribing institutions Isbn Isbn Type pbk. Library Locations Map Details.
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The contributors portray the blacks who accompanied Cabeza de Vaca, Coronado and de Vargas and recount their interactions with Native Americans in colonial New Mexico. Chapters on the territorial period examine black trappers and traders as well as review the issue of slavery in the territory and the blacks who accompanied Confederate troops and fought in the Union army during the Civil War in New Mexico. A number of black towns were established in rural areas. Jump to navigation.
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