Buffalo Soldiers

Buffalo Soldiers

Feb 28, 2019
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Jim Schaap shares about all black cavalry units created by Congress in 1866. These units were called Buffalo Soldiers, and their purpose was to clear lands for white settlers. They were sent to places like Florida, San Juan Hill, and the battlefields included in both World Wars. 

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Coming up today on The Exchange, in honor of Veterans’ Day November 11th, we talk with some local vets and those who help provide services for veterans.  We also hear about the Buffalo Soldiers, a group of African American Soldiers who served in the civil war and in World War One. We also take a look at the hard-fought race between Incumbent 4thDistrict Republican Steve King and Democratic challenger JD Scholten.  

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By the time American troops got to Europe in 1917, African-Americans had an established, but not celebrated history in military service of our country. In 1862, under the direction of Thomas Wentworth Higgenson, the sworn abolitionist and literary heartthrob of Emily Dickinson, the first federally authorized Black military unit, the First South Carolina Volunteers, went to war.