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Memorial Day services at Evergreen Cemetery

Historical reenactors march to honor the 10th U.S. Cavalry, one of the original Buffalo Soldier Regiments, and butterflies are released to honor fallen soldiers. Photos by Julia Moss, The Gazette

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Left to right, Sergeant Major Matt Antoine and First Sergeant Andrew Bell unfurl flags and prepare themselves before marching at Evergreen Cemetery to honor the 10th U.S. Cavalry, one of the original Buffalo Soldier Regiments, and remember George W. Mason, who died in 1929 and rests in Evergreen Cemetery, as well as all other members of the armed forces who died in service or are currently serving Monday, May 26, 2014. Photo by Julia Moss, The Gazette

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Left to right, Sergeant Major Matt Antoine and First Sergeant Andrew Bell unfurl flags and prepare themselves before marching at Evergreen Cemetery to honor the 10th U.S. Cavalry, one of the original Buffalo Soldier Regiments, and remember George W. Mason, who died in 1929 and rests in Evergreen Cemetery, as well as all other members of the armed forces who died in service or are currently serving Monday, May 26, 2014. Photo by Julia Moss, The Gazette