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Buffalo Soldiers On the Eve of War
Photographs of the Buffalo Soldiers On the Eve of War

OMTA - Lt. Henry O. Flipper
The Old Mobeetie Texas Association is a historical organization devoted to public education and preservation of area artifacts. Primary areas of interest are: Native America, buffalo hunters, Red River War of 1874, Fort Elliott, Hidetown, Mobeetie and Wheeler County Texas

Buffalo Soldiers Monument
Buffalo Soldiers Monument

Buffalo soldier
Buffalo Soldiers is a nickname originally applied to the 10th Cavalry, formed on September 21, 1866 at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas...

Sixteen photographs of Buffalo Soldiers, 14 of their legendary Native American foes, two mini-videos and 24 story/page links are displayed. Buffalo Soldier battles, skirmishes and background events are given.

Buffalo Soldier

Buffalo Soldiers

Buffalo Soldiers - Who are the Buffalo Soldiers? African American Soldiers in Am
Buffalo Soldiers - Who are the Buffalo Soldiers? African American Soldiers in American History. African Americans Who Fought For Americans and the United States on the Frontier!

Texas Buffalo Soldiers Table of Contents

Buffalo Soldiers--U.S. History/Literature lesson plan (grades 6-8)--DiscoverySch
Students learn that African American soldiers played a major role in the American military in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. They were known as buffalo soldiers.

Buffalo Soldiers Links
Black Archives of Mid-America, links and information related to the Buffalo Soldiers..

BUFFALO SOLDIERS - Student Handout: Map2
TNT's Buffalo soldiers is a dramatic composite, inspired in part by actual historical events.

The Buffalo Soldiers
The Buffalo Soldiers of the 9th and 10th Cavalry served throughout the Western Frontier, and many earned the Congressional Medal of Honor.