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  • Buffalo Soldiers National Musuem

    I would love to invite all of you military history buffs to check out the website of the Buffalo Soldiers National Musuem here in Houston, Texas.

    The website is: www.buffalosoldiermuseum.com

    I am proud to be part of the board of directors of the museum as we strive to preserve and promote the history of African-American troops as they served the United States of America in all her wars.

    BigMik1
    "Cry Havoc!! and let slip the dogs of war!!!"
    -Mark Anthony in Willam Shakespeare "Julius Caesar" (1599)

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    Very good. I had heard there was a museum for the Buffalo soldiers, but didn't have any info on it. How was Houston picked as the site? Is there a tie to the Buffalo soldiers?
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    • #3
      Originally posted by Janos
      Very good. I had heard there was a museum for the Buffalo soldiers, but didn't have any info on it. How was Houston picked as the site? Is there a tie to the Buffalo soldiers?
      Glad you approve...:P , but seriously, a Vet decided to develop a museum in his hometown, Houston. He also went to my college.

      BigMik1
      "Cry Havoc!! and let slip the dogs of war!!!"
      -Mark Anthony in Willam Shakespeare "Julius Caesar" (1599)

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      • #4
        Originally posted by BigMik1
        Glad you approve...:P , but seriously, a Vet decided to develop a museum in his hometown, Houston. He also went to my college.

        BigMik1
        Thanks for the info.
        Barcsi János ispán vezérőrnagy
        Time Magazine's Person of the Year for 2003 & 2006


        "Never pet a burning dog."

        RECOMMENDED WEBSITES:
        http://www.mormon.org
        http://www.sca.org
        http://www.scv.org/
        http://www.scouting.org/

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        • #5
          Mik, what part of town would this be in
          Govenour Of Texas and all southern provinces. Kepper Of The Holy Woodchipper.

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          • #6
            I'm glad to hear there is a museum dedicated to the contributions of the "Buffalo Soldiers", they have been overlooked for far too long.
            Lance W.

            Peace through superior firepower.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Jeremy Scott
              Mik, what part of town would this be in
              Near the Museum District.

              BigMik1
              "Cry Havoc!! and let slip the dogs of war!!!"
              -Mark Anthony in Willam Shakespeare "Julius Caesar" (1599)

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              • #8
                Buffalo Soldiers National Museum: Presents a play!!

                The Buffalo Soldiers National Museum is proud to present a play: the world premiere of “READY AND FORWARD”; A BUFFALO SOLDIER’S STORY. A one-act play that depicts the obstacles and ordeals experienced by African American pioneers of the West. The play features Houston actors, Wayne DeHart and Byron Jacquet.

                Let me know if anyone is nearby would like to go.

                BigMik1
                "Cry Havoc!! and let slip the dogs of war!!!"
                -Mark Anthony in Willam Shakespeare "Julius Caesar" (1599)

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                • #9
                  If anyone will be in the Houston area on September 18, 2004, it's Museum Day in Houston. All the musuems will be free of charge and everyone is invited to see them. The Buffalo Soldiers Museum is always free, but I invite you to come by!!!

                  BigMik1
                  "Cry Havoc!! and let slip the dogs of war!!!"
                  -Mark Anthony in Willam Shakespeare "Julius Caesar" (1599)

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