Buffalo Soldiers were African American Soldiers who mainly served on the Western Frontier following the American Civil War. Let them proudly sit equally among the heroes who helped defend, build, and settle our great nation. The Wesley Bolin Memorial Plaza is an urban park and gathering place in front of the Arizona State Capitol complex in downtown Phoenix, Arizona. One of the Phoenix Points of Pride, it is the site of various memorials honoring prominent figures, wars, and events in Arizona
Cmdr. Fred Marable and Deputy Cmdr. Michelle London-Marable, Buffalo Soldiers AZ Territory Monument Video.
Voice Narrative: House of Representative Richard Andrade, HB2419 Memorial: Buffalo Soldiers.
On April 5, 2018 , Governor Doug Ducey approved and signed Senator Catherine Miranda SB 1179 Memorial: Buffalo Soldiers.
The Buffalo Soldiers of the Arizona Territory - Ladies and Gentlemen of the Regiment, Mesa, AZ Independent Organization is the proponent for the SB1179 Memorial: Buffalo Soldiers.
Cmdr. Fred Marable and Deputy Cmdr. Michelle London-Marable proposed monument to be erect at the Arizona's State Capitol, Wesley Bolin Memorial Plaza in Phoenix, Arizona to honor Buffalo Soldiers, 9th and 10th Cavalry and 24th and 25th Infantry, 1866 - 1902.
JOB WELL DONE!!! Young Buffalo Soldiers of the Arizona Territory and Young Lady of the Regiment (children) presentations 'Keeping History Alive of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr and the Buffalo Soldiers, 1866 - 1902..
Cmdr. Fred Marable, Vietnam Veteran, Army and Deputy Cmdr. Michelle London-Marable
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