Buffalo Soldiers Timeline

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Buffalo Soldiers Timeline in The Weeks… 1866 – 1922

OWDR 10th U S Cavalry

U.S. 10th Cavalry Buffalo Soldiers – U.S.PD (date?)

One of the most famous organizations in the U.S. Army. Read and and enjoy!

Here are all of the references to Buffalo Soldiers
appearing in Old West Daily Reader; in date order.
Use the link and the back button to follow the Timeline.

Week    Date                Remarks

30           07/28/1866    USCT formation

41            10/10/1874     “Texas Joe” Horner

12            03/24/1876    David “Davy” Crocket

18            05/04/1877    Aftermath of Yellow House Canyon

Staked Plains Horror (1877)

28            07/10/1877    it begins… [TL] the Llano Estacado

29            07/22/1877    Luguna Sabinas [TL]

30            07/26/1877    The Thirsting Time… [TL] 16 days out…

30            07/27/1877    Jose Tafoya [TL]

30            07/28/1877    Buffalo hunters leave the party [TL]

30            07/29/1877    drinking blood… [TL]

31             07/30/1877    the toll… [TL]

33           08/14/1877     Staked Plains Horror [TL]  The survivors return.

Staked Plains Horror – End

14            04/06/1880   Battle of Hembrillo Basin

20           05/14/1880    Battle of Tularosa

03           01/18/1889     Red River War

35           08/31/1911      Brig. Gen. Benjamin H. Grierson

02           01/08/1922    Col. Charles Young

see also:
Photo Gallery Index – Military Photos
Quotes Index – Commemtators Quotes – Military
Turner Network Television’s documentary and Renotta Young
PLAYERS – Timelines – Timelines A-L – Black History Timeline
PLAYERS – Timelines – Timelines M-Z – Staked Plains Horror Timelinesame articles
The Originals – Battlefields and Massacres – Massacres by Indians
The Originals – Battlefields and Massacres – Massacres of Indians

OWDR-barbed-wire-divider2End: Buffalo Soldiers Timeline (1866 – 1922)

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