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(Feb. 9, 2018) -- Matt Stoffolano, the monument’s acting superintendent, said park rangers will offer a series of programs “highlighting the history of the 10th Cavalry Buffalo Soldiers.”

AZ: Chiricahu National Monument celebrating African-American History Month

WILLCOX, Ariz. — The Chiricahua National Monument has announced its program offerings for African American History Month.

Matt Stoffolano, the monument’s acting superintendent, said park rangers will offer a series of programs “highlighting the history of the 10th Cavalry Buffalo Soldiers.”

During the Geronimo campaign, from 1885-86, the Buffalo Soldiers were stationed at Bonita Canyon, chief of interpretation Libby Schaaf said in her Jan. 31 statement.

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