8th Infantry Illinois National Guard Association


Below is a list of books and periodicals that mention or are related to the history of the 8th Infantry.

Arnold, Thomas St. John, Buffalo Soldiers: The 92nd Infantry Division and Reinforcements in World War II, 1942-1945.
Astor, Gerald, The Right to Fight: A History of African Americans in the Military. ISBN: 0-8914-1632-3
Billington, Monroe Lee, New Mexico's Buffalo Soldiers: 1866-1900. ISBN: 0-8708-1346-3
Brooks, Thomas R., The War North of Rome: June 1944-May 1945.
Christian, Garna L., Black Soldiers in Jim Crow Texas: 1899-1917. ISBN: 0-8909-6637-0
Cox, Clinton, The Forgotten Heroes: The Story of the Buffalo Soldiers. ISBN: 0-5904-5122-7
Gatewood, William B. Jr., "Smoked Yankees" and the Struggle for Empire: Letters from Negro Soldiers, 1898-1902. ISBN: 0-9386-2688-4
Green, Robert E., Who Were the Real Buffalo Soldiers?: Black Defenders of America.
Hargrove, Hondon B., Buffalo Soldiers in Italy: Black Americans in World War II.
Kenner, Charles L., Buffalo Soldiers & Officers of the 9th Calvary, 1867-1898: Black & White Together. ISBN: 0-8061-3158-6
Kinevan, Marcos E., Frontier Calvaryman: Lieutenant John Bigelow with the Buffalo Soldiers in Texas. ISBN: 0-8740-4243-7
Lanning, Michael Lee, The African American Soldier: From Crispus Attucks to Colin Powell.
Leckie, William H., The Buffalo Soldiers: A Narrative of the Negro Calvary in the West. ISBN: 0-8061-1244-1
Lynk, Miles Vandahurst, The Black Troopers: Or the Daring Heroism of the Negro Soldiers in The Spanish-American War. ISBN: 0-4040-0196-3
McGowne, Tom, Lonely Eagles and Buffalo Soldiers: African Americans in World War II.
Minton, John, The Houston Riot and Courts-Martial of 1917.
Schubert, Frank N., Black Valor: Buffalo Soldiers & The Medal of Honor, 1870-1898. ISBN: 0-8420-2586-3
Scott, Edward Van Zile, The Unwept: Black American Soldiers and the Spanish-American War.ISBN: 1-8813-2062-6
Scott, Emmett J., Scott's Official History of the American Negro in the World War. ISBN: 0-4050-1892-4