Charles Young National Monument is a Two-story brick home adjacent to Wilberforce University which has a large front porchCharles Young National Monument No. 1Charles Young was an escaped slave who served as a US Army Buffalo Soldier later rising to the rank of colonel. During his military career, he taught military science at Wilberforce University. This structure served as his home during his years at Wilberforce and today is a National Monument under the National Park Service.
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Charles Young was an escaped slave who later became a Buffalo Soldier and then a high-ranking black Army office before WWI. During in his career, he taught military science at Wilberforce University where he purchased this home in 1907. Later in life, he served as a U.S. National Park Service superintendent which led to President Obama designating his former home the Charles Young Buffalo Soldiers National Monument in 1913.
Charles Young National Monument is a Two-story brick home adjacent to Wilberforce University which has a large front porchCharles Young National Monument is a Two-story brick home adjacent to Wilberforce University which has a large front porchCharles Young National Monument is a Two-story brick home adjacent to Wilberforce University which has a large front porchCharles Young National Monument is a Two-story brick home adjacent to Wilberforce University which has a large front porchCharles Young National Monument is a Two-story brick home adjacent to Wilberforce University which has a large front porch

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