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African American Infantry Division
The nickname ‘Buffalo Soldier’ dates back to the late 1860s, when black soldiers volunteered for duty in the American West
1928 - Cotton prices fell to 6 cents
1930 - The number of southern tenant farmers was cut roughly in half
1940 - Another 1.5 million African Americans left they south
1940 - Number of tractors tripled
1940 - They employed 36,850 workers
1941 - More than 5 million African Americans left the south for northern cities
1942 - 340,000 African American settled in California
After landing on the Italian mainland at Salerno on September 9, 1943, the Allies had unsuccessfully attempted to destroy Kesselring before January 1944.
On July 30, 1944, the first wave of Buffalo Soldiers–the 370th Regimental Combat Team–disembarked at Naples, Italy, where they were greeted by a jubilant crowd of black American soldiers from other se
1954 - The civil rights movement
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