State fair exhibit honors Harlem Hellfighters of WWI

Browne, J. Zamgba
August 2001
New York Amsterdam News;8/30/2001, Vol. 92 Issue 35, p8
Reports the recognition of African-American World War I hero Henry Johnson and the 369th Regiment during the State Fair exhibit in New York, New York. Contributions and accomplishments of Johnson and the national guar unit; Exhibitions of materials featuring the heroic deeds of Johnson; Awards received.


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