First Black Colonel In Us Army

Portrait of Colonel Charles Young, January 3, 1920. Young, the first Black colonel In the US Army, was en route to Liberia, aboard the SS Orduna, where he'd been appointed military attache to the American legation in Liberia. (Photo by Bettmann/Getty Images)
Portrait of Colonel Charles Young, January 3, 1920. Young, the first Black colonel In the US Army, was en route to Liberia, aboard the SS Orduna, where he'd been appointed military attache to the American legation in Liberia. (Photo by Bettmann/Getty Images)
First Black Colonel In Us Army
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Bettmann / Contributor
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514690000
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January 03, 1920
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