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Nogales Buffalo Soldiers Legacy Association Founder Donna Jackson-Houston, Nogales Mayor Garino, and Artist Bobb Vann are making plans for the 2023 . Please provide your support to help partner with schools and communities across the nation to educate, inform and highlight the notable accomplishments of the Buffalo Soldiers who served patriotically.
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Thank you to our 2022 sponsors for choosing to support and partner with the Nogales Buffalo Soldiers Legacy Association.
We look forward to partnering with you again for the 2023 event.
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The Buffalo Soldiers were the all-Black segregated units of the United States Army from 1866-1947. A battle over the border between the US and Mexico brought the soldiers to the City of Nogales. The Soldiers of the 25th Infantry and 10th Cavalry were stationed at Camp Stephen Little which was located on what is now Western Avenue in Nogales. The descendants of these soldiers, many who grew up in Nogales, have formed the Association in their honor.
The Nogales Buffalo Soldiers Legacy Association is dedicated to honoring the memory of the distinguished All-Black 25th Infantry and 10th Cavalry Regiments of the U.S. Army known as the Buffalo Soldiers. The Association is comprised of descendants and friends of Buffalo Soldiers that served at Camp Stephen Little, Arizona from 1910-1933. The Buffalo Soldier photo on the front page is from the Library of Congress.
The mission of the Nogales Buffalo Soldiers Legacy Association is to partner with schools and communities across the nation to educate, inform and highlight the notable accomplishments of the Buffalo Soldiers who served patriotically while subjected to oppressive and discriminatory conditions.