Nat'l Buffalo Soldier Day; Aug 28. "Buffalo Soldier; Dreadlock Rasta. There was a Buffalo Soldier, In the heart of America. Stolen from Africa, brought to America. Fighting on arrival; Fighting for survival."(Bob Marley) 9th & 10th Colored Cavalry the Buffalo Soldiers
Above and Beyond the Call of Duty (Medal of Honor) Cpl. Freddie Stowers: On Sept. 28, 1918, while serving as squad leader of Company C, 371st Infantry Regiment, 93rd Division, Stowers went above and beyond the call of duty when his company led the attack at Hill 188, Champagne Marne Sector, France, according to his Medal of Honor citation.
Dr. Andrew Duncan's WWII field kit, containing bandages, morphine, and other emergency medical supplies. Duncan was an army field surgeon during the Second World War. He was sent to the Royal Army Medical Corps (RAMC) and given the rank of Captain. On the field, he saved the lives of soldiers by performing emergency operations, often in bombed-out houses.
Buffalo Soldier and Native American Wife. In the Mid 19th Century people of color lived in relative safety near the Mexican Settlements of U.S. Spanish speaking territories. People of Color, Native American Indian & Native People of Mexico intermarried & created unique cultures & combined various transitions (photo taken in the 1800's).
Buffalo Soldier Tragedy of 1877 - Paul Carlson. A combined force of Buffalo Soldier troops of the 10th Cavalry and buffalo hunters became lost and wandered for days in the dry Llano Estacado region of north-west Texas and eastern New Mexico. Over the course of five days without water, 4 soldiers and 1 buffalo hunter died. The ordeal gained national attention when newspapers erroneously reported that the expedition had been massacred.