Suggested Reading

While researching the historical events surrounding Cousins of Color, I consulted the following primary and secondary sources:

Willard B. Gatewood Smoked Yankees And The Struggle for Empire
David Howard Bain Sitting In Darkness, Americans In The Philippines
Raymond L. Bridgman Loyal Traitors
Thomas W. Higginson Army Life In A Black Regiment
John Foreman The Americans In The Philippines
James M. Merrill Uncommon Valor
Charles Steward Manila And Its Opportunities
Richard Johnson My Life In The U.S. Army
Joseph L Schott The Ordeal Of Samar
William T. Sexton Soldiers In The Sun
Frank N. Schubert Black Valor
Frank N. Schubert Buffalo Soldiers, Braves and the Brass
Frank N. Schubert On The Trail Of The Buffalo Soldier, vol. I
Irene Schubert & Frank N. Schubert On The Trail Of The Buffalo Soldier, vol. II
Frank N. Schubert Voices of the Buffalo Soldier
Peter W. Stanley Reappraising An Empire
Robert R. Reed Colonial Manila
Vreelan, Hurwitz, Just, Moeller and Shin Area Handbook For The Philippines
Perry Burgess Who Walk Alone
John Morgan Gates Schoolbooks And Krags
Marvin E. Fletcher The Negro Soldier And The United States Army
Leon Wolff Little Brown Brother
Robinson, Schubert David Fagen, An Afro-American In The Philippines
Frederick Funston Memories Of Two Wars
Dean C. Worcester The Philippines Past And Present
Emilio Aguinaldo The Story Of My Capture
Dowell, Kuhl The Philippine American War
Anthony L. Powell Through My Grandfather's Eyes
Mark Twain To The Person Sitting In Darkness
Jim Zwick Anti-imperialism In The United States