From “Savage” to Citizen: How Native Americans were Rewarded for Centuries of Struggle and Contribution

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For centuries, most Native Americans lived in a state of limbo, neither citizen nor foreigner, at times, considered part of "domestic dependent nations" but never really having full rights. It was not until after their efforts in World War I that universal citizenship was given to Native Americans.

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Review by: Thomas Wright on Dec. 14, 2014 :
Tremendous read! I loved it! I know a fair deal about war history, especially of the World Wars, but I must say that I knew nothing of this aspect of it. Very informative, and it will make me look at things differently from now on.
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