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Emmett Harden, right, a docent at the Allensworth State Historical Park talks to Daniel Kimmel-Terra and his mom Jennifer Terra about Buffalo Soldiers. Harden, who is dressed as a member of the Union's 24th Infantry, was one of several volunteers at Saturday's Juneteenth celebration at the Veterans' Memorial Center. Wayne Tilcock/Enterprise photo

Emmett Harden, right, a docent at the Allensworth State Historical Park talks to Daniel Kimmel-Terra and his mom Jennifer Terra about Buffalo Soldiers. Harden, who is dressed as a member of the Union's 24th Infantry, was one of several volunteers at Saturday's Juneteenth celebration at the Veterans' Memorial Center. Wayne Tilcock/Enterprise photo

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A touch of history

By From page A14 | June 23, 2013

Emmett Harden, right, a docent at the Allensworth State Historical Park talks to Daniel Kimmel-Terra and his mom Jennifer Terra about Buffalo Soldiers. Harden, who is dressed as a member of the Union’s 24th Infantry, was one of several volunteers at┬áSaturday’s Juneteenth celebration at the Veterans’ Memorial Center. This year’s celebration highlighted the 150th anniversary of the Emancipation Proclamation. Juneteenth, which is short for June 19th, is a remembrance of that particular date in 1865. On that day, 2,000 Union soldiers arrived at Galveston, Texas, intent on enforcing the abolition of slavery.

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