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Cherokee Bill - The toughest, meanest, and most feared outlaw in the Indian Territories.

Jack Johnson - the first black Heavyweight Boxing Champion of the World

William McBryar - Buffalo soldier and twenty-year U.S. Army veteran, he received a Medal of Honor fighting the Apache and was one of the first black officers in the history of the U.S. military.

Dwight H. Johnson - Vietnam War tanker who got out of his tank to fight off an ambush with his pistol.

Harriet Tubman - Fearless conductor of the Underground Railroad.

Jesse Owens - Athlete who gave Hitler a run for his dirty Nazi money during the 1936 Olympic Games.

Benjamin O. Davis, Jr. - Flipped a large middle finger to segregation and became the first African-American general of the United States Air Force.

John Henry - The Steel-Driving man, and the American working-class hero.

Wesley Autrey - Saved a film student from a moving subway train by jumping onto the tracks.

Doris Miller - The ship's cook who manned the .50 cal during Pearl Harbor.

Jules Winnfield - Samuel L. Jackson from Pulp Fiction. Nuff said?

Warren G.H. Crecy - The baddest man in the 761st Tank Battalion, this guy was a Nazicidal maniac who mowed through the enemy and forgot about taking names.

Eugene Jacques Bullard - History's first black combat pilot, and aviation hero of WWI.

Muhammad Ali - The greatest.

Sho'Nuff - The Shogun of Harlem, and the baddest mo-fo, low-down, around this town.

Vernon J. Baker - The only living black WWII soldier to receive the Medal of Honor, this guy personally led an assault on a fortified German castle.

Bass Reeves - Runaway slave who became one of most successful lawmen and gunfighters of the American West.

Stagecoach Mary - Hard-drinking, hard-fighting Old West mail carrier.

Lead Belly - The hard-drinking, hard-fighting ex-con who killed two guys and then invented modern music.

Oscar Charleston - The greatest and most badass baseball player you've never heard of.

John Keller - The USMC veteran who saved 244 people from the mostly-submerged ruins of post-Katrina New Orleans.

Charles C. Rogers - When the NVA threatened to overrun American artillery at a critical firebase, this 40 year-old math major met them with a bayonet and an assault rifle.

Hell Roaring Healy - A life-saving legend in the Coast Guard, the first African-American to command a U.S. government vessel, and the man who single-handedly patrolled the Alaska coastline for over 20 years.

Reeshemah Taylor - Florida prison guard is ambushed by a gun-wielding convicted murderer, and has just a split-second to fight back against a gang leader intent on taking her life.

Chevalier de Saint-Georges - Master fencer, superstar celebrity, violin-shredding virtuoso, the first black composer, and military commander of the first black infantry regiment in European history.

Edward L. Baker - Lars Ulrich's great-godfather was a hardcore Old West Buffalo Soldier Sergeant-Major who fought Apaches under Geronimo and stormed San Juan Hill with Teddy Roosevelt.





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