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Buffalo Soldiers: Making the Connection - Texas Parks and Wildlife [Official]

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BUFFALO SOLDIERS. Buffalo soldiers was the name given by the Plains Indians to the four regiments of African Americans, and more particularly to the two cavalry regiments, that served on the frontier in the post-Civil War army. More than 180,000 black soldiers had seen service in segregated regiments in the Union Army during the Civil War, and many units had achieved outstanding combat records. When Congress reorganized the peacetime regular army in the summer of 1866, it recognized the military merits of black soldiers by authorizing two regiments of black cavalry, the Ninth United States Cavalry and the Tenth United States Cavalry,qqv and six regiments of black infantry. In 1869 the black infantry regiments were consolidated into two