Activities of the Baltimore Chapter
Recently the local chapter has been recognized by the State of Maryland
February 28, 1998 is African-American Patriots Day in Maryland.
February 20, 1999 is proclaimed Buffalo Soldier Day in Maryland
Inez Lee, center, holds a proclamation from the governor declaring Feb. 20 as Buffalo Soldier Day. Baltimore Delagate Clarence 'Tiger' Davis, D-45th, left, presented the proclamation on behalf of the governor at St. Luke's United Methodist Church in Reisterstown. On the right is St. Luke's pastor Roosevelt Oliver. Lee is the niece of Augustus Walley, a Reisterstown resident who was a Buffalo Soldier and Army Medal of Honor recipient.
|Monday,January 18||Martin Luther King Jr. Parade||Baltimore City,Maryland||Contact: Trooper Anderson 410-569-1838|
|Saturday,February 13||Lexington Market Baltimore City||400 Lexington Street||Contact: Ms.Darlene 410-685-6169|
|Saturday,February 20, 4pm-7pm||Buffalo Soldiers Banquet||Morgan State University||Contact: Ticketed Event Trooper Stokes 410-466-9348|
|Saturday February 27, 11am -12noon||Patriot Day||War Memorial Building 01 North Gay Street Baltimore City||Contact:|
|Saturda,April 09,10am-6pm||Black Memorabilia and Collectable show||Montgomery County Fairgrounds I-270 to Exit 11(fairgrounds)||Contact: Mr. lindsey Johnson 301-649-1915|
|Saturday,April 23 10am-6pm||Maryland Veteran Memorial Museum||11000 Crain Highway Newburg,MD||Contact: DC Chapter email@example.com|
|Sunday May 15 10am-6pm||Plummer Celebration (Henry Vinton Plummler)||4811 Riverdale Road Riverdale Park MD,20737||Contact:Samantha Ferris 301-927-3498||Monday May 30||Memorial Day Celebration||Kings Memorial Park 8710 Dogwood Road Baltimore County||Contact:Trooper Pratt 410-551-0067|
|Monday,July 4th 10:30 Start Time||Towson 4th of July Parade||Towson,MD||Contact:Trooper Pratt 410-551-0067|
|Saturday,September 16 10a-5pm||African-American Heritage Festival||Towson,MD||Contact:Louis Diggs 410-2566-5259|
|Friday,November 11||Veterans Day Parade||Baltimore City, Maryland||Contact: Starting Point Washington Monument Baltimore City|
|Sunday,December 10||Mayors Christmas Parade||Poly-Western High School Falls Rd & W.Coldspring Ln||Contact: Trooper Pratt 410-551-0067|
The Baltimore Chapter of the 9th & 10th Horse Cavalry Association, Buffalo Soldier's would like to say Thank You for allowing us to broaden and deepen the awareness of the Buffalo Soldier during the Westward experience after the Civil War. Again, Thank You.......
This is not just AFRICAN-AMERICAN HISTORY but AMERICAN HISTORY. Our Buffalo Soldier Re-enactors exhibit tells of African-American Military and Western Frontier History from 1866 after the Civil War thru 1898 the Spanish-American War. Our members also tell of real life stories of their memories from WWII ( 761st Tank and 92nd Infantry) and the Korean War. This is done by lectures, presentations of picture displays, video tape, and cavalry memorabilia.
Members will visit your schools, churches, and community centers to talk about this forgotten piece of HISTORY............
Untill Then, Try our Quiz Questions at end of page
Which Famous artist traveled with the Buffalo Soldiers regiment's.