Buffalo Soldiers of the Arizona Territory - Ladies and Gentlemen of the Regiment
- Nonprofit Organizations
HELP OUR CAUSE FUNDRAISER $650,000
First African American Buffalo Soldiers AZ Territory Monument, 1866 - 1902
Arizona State Capitol, Wesley Bolin Memorial Plaza Phoenix, Arizona
Commander Fred Marable and Deputy Commander Michelle London-Marable, founders of the Buffalo Soldiers of the Arizona Territory, Mesa, Arizona are reaching out to businesses, veterans organizations, entrepreneurs, esteemed sports figures, non-profit organizations, community leaders and individuals to help erect the First African American Buffalo Soldiers AZ Territory Monument.
The Buffalo Soldiers were African American Soldiers who served on the Western Frontier following the American Civil War. Arizona have an inclusive role played of the Buffalo Soldiers throughout the era of the Indian Wars. Buffalo Soldiers were posted from Montana, Kansas in the Northwest to Texas, New Mexico and Arizona in the Southwest making up 20 percent of the United States Cavalry Troopers.
We would be honored to have you to share in the creation this historical moment that will represent a little know, but major accomplishment of the African American and Arizona history.
Please make check payable to: Buffalo Soldiers AZ Territory Monument
Address: P.O. Box 20883, Mesa, AZ 85277-0883
Website: https://www.buffalosoldiersazterritorymonument.com (PayPal or GoFundMe)
501(c)(3Non-profit EIN: 51-0662449
Whom to Contact
- Michelle London-MarableDeputy CommanderPO Box 20883Mesa, AZ 85277