Legendary Black Lawmen and Tales of the Buffalo Soldiers is Released

Herbert E. Brown is pleased to announce that his latest book has been released on October 7, 2010 and will be on sale soon. Brown’s new work is a collection of twelve Western stories about the Legendary Black Lawmen and the Buffalo Soldiers.

Online PR News – 02-November-2010 – – "Legendary Black Lawmen and Tales of the Buffalo Soldiers" is released

Herbert E. Brown is pleased to announce that his latest book has been released on October 7, 2010 and will be on sale soon. Brown's new work is a collection of twelve Western stories about the Legendary Black Lawmen and the Buffalo Soldiers.

Southside Virginia based author, Herbert E. Brown's latest book has been released on October 7, 2010. Brown's new work is a collection of twelve Western stories, featuring courageous, resourceful, and fiercely determined African-American men who stood behind the lawman's star and wore the uniform of the Buffalo Soldier. Brown spins twelve vivid tales about these larger than life characters who embody a kind of rare honor that compels them to freely risk their lives in order to protect their homes and communities. However, they are at the same time constantly forced to grapple with the paradox that is their reality: being black, disrespected, often despised, and discriminated against, but are involved in law enforcement or the U.S. Military.

"Legendary Black Lawmen and Tales of the Buffalo Soldiers" is not only a book that will entertain the readers with its suspenseful and action style tales, it will also inform them of the many facts concerning the true contributions that African-Americans made to the development and expansion of the Wild West. For example, the large number of all-colored towns – there were once twenty-nine such towns in the Oklahoma territory alone. There were also all-colored towns in Ohio, Kansas, Colorado, and California too. Brown explores not only the oppressive race relations between African-Americans and whites, but also the complex and very troubling relationship between African-Americans and Native Americans too: as the Buffalo Soldiers were primarily used to fight, suppress, and contain Native Americans who were popularly viewed as an impediment to white national progress.

Availability: The book will be available on Amazon.com and on the author's website www.insteppublishing.com and will retail for $19.95. Reserve your copy today!

About the author: Herbert E. Brown is a graduate of the Virginia State School at Hampton for the Deaf and Blind. He holds a Bachelor's Degree in Political Science from the Virginia State College in Petersburg, Virginia, Bachelor's Degree in Social Studies Education and a Master's Degree in Political Science from the Ohio State University. H. E. Brown is a self-published author who has published many books among which his first book 'Blood or Justice' a fiction novel for young adults in 1993 and a couple of children's books. Brown has also written and produced music CDs: three Gospel and two secular.

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