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Black History Month honored at Barney Ford House Museum

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Breckenridge town officials honor Black History Month with an exhibit called “Buffalo Soldiers” at the Barney Ford House Museum at Main Street and Washington Avenue.The exhibit portrays black soldiers of the 10th Calvary established by Congress in 1866. It features photos of military camps, soldiers and military units along with military artifacts. It will be on display until April 1.The Buffalo Soldiers Exhibit is on loan from the Black American West Museum and Heritage Center in Denver. The Barney Ford House Museum is located at 111 E. Washington Ave., in Breckenridge. Museum hours are 1-4 p.m. Tuesday, Thursday and Friday through April 1. Admission is free with a suggested donation.For information, call (970) 453-5761.


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