The Vancouver Barracks Military Association Honors Black History Month with next Military History Talk “The Buffalo Soldiers at Vancouver Barracks” on February 18
The Vancouver Barracks Military Association presents a series of free military history talks held on the third Thursdays of the month. This free public event is hosted by the Fort Vancouver National Trust at the historic Marshall House located at 1301 Officers Row.
In honor of Black History Month, February’s topic is on the Buffalo Soldiers at Vancouver Barracks, presented by Staff Sergeant (Retired) Frazier Raymond, United States Army. Raymond is a member of the Moses Williams Pacific Northwest Chapter of the Buffalo Soldiers. This group is named after Medal of Honor recipient Moses Williams, who is buried in the Vancouver Barracks Post Cemetery.
The presentation will take place on February 18th from 6:30 PM to 7:30PM. Artifacts and photos honoring the history of Buffalo Soldiers stationed at Vancouver Barracks will be on display at the Marshall House for the February Military History Talk. The Marshall House will also be open at 5:30PM before the presentation to allow the public a chance to view the displays, and to visit with some of the current members of the local Buffalo Soldiers Chapter....