Talk:Nicholas M. Nolan

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I started this article and I realize it is too long. The entire section of the Buffalo Tragedy of 1877 could be another article in its self. I was concerned that it was not notable in of its self. H'mmm ...

I had a picture of Major Nicholas M. Nolan taken in 1882 before his death. It is an historical image, but it appears it may have been a family picture loaned. Thus I am not using it until I can determine its rightful use.

Some sections may need to be trimmed. I am aware of that. Some of that material will update articles already on Wikipedia. Example: Henry Ossian Flipper. This may take a few days or more, so please be patient.

As always any help and positive suggestions are welcome! Jrcrin001 (talk) 07:45, 6 September 2009 (UTC)

Buffalo Soldier tragedy of 1877[edit]

I trimmed the section on the Buffalo Soldier tragedy of 1877 and made a new article for it. Jrcrin001 (talk) 21:21, 7 September 2009 (UTC)

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