The names of those soldiers are:
- Trooper Albert Curley
- Trooper Edwin H. Schoenbeck
- Trooper James P. Meigs Jr.
- Trooper Samuel G. Kimble
- Trooper Turl Covington Jr.
The site of the memorial is near a one-of-a-kind 1940s government housing area once designated for the Buffalo Soldiers and their families during segregation. These brick single-family dwellings are the only remaining set in existence today.
Make sure you read the 9 informational plaques and learn of the history of the Buffalo Soldiers. Bring your camera
. Buffalo Soldier Park and Memorial is located at the intersection of 18th Street and Buffalo Soldier Drive.