• Col. Charles Young / Youngsholm / Buffalo Soldiers in Cuba

    Charles Young Buffalo Soldiers

    National Monument Ohio

Photos & Multimedia

Charles Young in Haiti or Liberia

Charles Young (back row, 5th from left) in Haiti or Liberia while serving as U.S. Army attaché.  Photo ca. 1915

Photo courtesy of National Afro-American Museum & Cultural Center, Wilberforce, Ohio

Official Park Photos
We are pleased to present these various photo galleries relating to the park for your enjoyment. Please feel free to use these official photos but please be sure to credit any photo that you decide to use. Unless otherwise indicated, all photos should be credited to "NPS Photo / CHYO"


Historical Photos

To view historical photos of Charles Young's life, please visit the National Afro-American Museum & Cultural Center, our partners' online photo collection.

To view official park photos, visit the park's online Photo Gallery.

Video Presentations

To view videos produced by the park, please visit the park's Multimedia Presentation page.

Did You Know?

Buffalo Soldiers

In 1866, Congress established six all-black regiments (consolidated to four shortly after) to help rebuild the country after the Civil War and to fight on the Western frontier during the "Indian Wars." These regiments went on to serve with distinction and honor for over eight decades until the disbandment of the 27th Cavalry in 1951 which brought the end of the famed "Buffalo Soldiers." More...