... in this small but critical event in Texas history were Buffalo soldiers, black Americans in the U.S. Army. Given... their sobriquet by Native Americans for their hair's resemblance to that of their namesake, the Buffalo soldiers... of the harshest garrisons in the U.S. Little is known about the lives of the Buffalo soldiers, and few pictures..., if not their very existence to Buffalo soldiers, enforced their exclusion from city limits. Along with the roads... Buffalo soldiers. Courtesy of Sul Ross State University. HERITAGE * 39 * WINTER 2000
Heritage, Volume 18, Number 1, Winter 2000: Searching Inside
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