The Indians call them Buffalo Soldiers

  Camp Supply, Indian Territory, May 1872: There are more troops here than at Fort Lyon, and of course the post is very much larger. There are two troops of colored cavalry, one of white cavalry, and three companies of infantry. […] The officers say that the negroes make good soldiers and fight like fiends[…]…

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Book review; It is the Feminine Quality…

Too often, we overlook the marketing and advertisement of books while excavating authors and pondering the literary significance of their words. While digging away in the archives, I uncovered  the Army Letters… book review in “Literary Digest”:   Book Review 1909; $2.00.  Camp life from the point of view of an army officer is a not…

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