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What was the purpose of the U S Government forming the Ninth and Tenth Cavalry Why did they choice to use former slave as part of the Cavalry what was some of the challenges the Black soldiers face What contributions did they have to the western frontier How did the blacks feel about serving in the U S Calvary during this time in history During the late 1800s in America as the eastern coast of America became crowed with people and the discover of gold in the west There was a massive rush of people migrating to the west looking for an opportunity to become rich But Indians and buffalos which lead to hostility between the U S Calvary and the Indians already occupied the west terrorist Black troops was used during the Civil War in segrated units about 180000 served in the Union Army When the war ended in 1865 Congress authorized black troops to serve in the regular peactime army Later they formed the two cavalry regiments- Ninth and Tenth which became know as the famous buffalo soldiers It was during the summer of 1787 that delegates representing most of the thirteen states of the United States wrote the first official constitution this nation has known The new document - now the oldest written constitution in the world - underlines the idea that governmental power must be limited if the liberty of the citizen is to be guaranteed It clearly provides that the basic rights of men and women be protected A system of checks and balances based on a two-house legislature a separate executive branch an autonomous judiciary and also provisions for amendment are the greatest strengths of the document It is the last provision - the ability to amend - that has had the most far-reaching effect on safeguarding the rights of life liberty and
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