As President of the USCTLHA, Dr. Malcolm E. Beech, Sr., I invite you to join USCTLHA. Learn about the significaant contributions made by African Americans in securing their own freedom. Participate in our numerous educational activities including research, living history presentations, actual re-enactments of Civil War battles, scholarly symposiums and grand parades.
Mr. Hunn is retired city administrator who resides Danville, Kentucky. He is a founding member of the the re-activated 12th United States Colored Heavy Artillery, which is based at Camp Nelson Civil War Heritage Park. Nunc eu sagittis justo, in interdum mauris. Duis ac rutrum nisl. Nunc sollicitudin molestie tincidunt.
Patricia is a Civil War and historical interpreter who is active in local community theater and media productions in Springfield, IL, where she resides with her husband Robert. She is a board member of the Sangamon County Society Historical Society, United States Colored Troops Living History Association and Delta Sigma Sorority. A native of Detriot, she holds a Bachelor of Science from Central State University in Wilberforce, Ohio and a Masters of Social Work from the University of Iowa.
Robert Bell is a veteran re-enactor and member of the Kentucky Civil War Sesquicentennial Commission. On behalf of the Kentucky Humanities Chautauqua program, he presents the compelling story of Reverend Newton Bush, a Kentucky Colored Cavalry Soldier. Bell lives in Louisville, Kentucky.