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Catalog Number 2013.44.2
Object Name book
Accession number 2013.44
Summary Table of Contents: List of Illustrations; Acknowledgments; Introduction; Serving for Duty and Justice; Battlefield Experiences around the World; On the Front Lines as Scouts and Runners; Killed in Action and Other Casualties of War; Noncombat Service; Proud to Be a Warrior; The Discouraging Return Home; Soldiers but Not Citizens; Afterword; Appendix (Documenting American Indian; Service in World War I); Notes; Bobliography; Index.

List of Illustrations: James Bartlett Rich, Rollin L. Dixon and Joseph K. Dixon; "Old Nokomis rocking cradle of young Hiawatha"; "Scouting Party on the Plains"; Joseph K. Dixon and American Indian chiefs; Flag Raising, St. Regis Mohawk Reservation; American Indian soldiers from 13th Infantry, Camp Mills, 1919; American Indian soldiers from 13th Infantry, Camp Merritt, 1919; James Black Hawke (Cherokee); Stokes Mortar Platoon, CampMills, 1919; Jesse Lewis (Choctaw), 1919; Charles Robert Ward (Cherokee), 1919; Ewing Peters (Klamath), 1919; Sam Thundercloud (Winnebago), 1919; William Whirlwind Horse (Oglala Sioux), 1919; Corbett White (Otoe), 1919; Sioux men on horseback at Sioux Memorial Ceremony, 1920; Frank Reynolds (Cheyenne), 1919; Joseph Dixon presenting flag at Sioux Memorial Ceremony, 1920.

LoC Subjects:
World War, 1914-1918--Participation, Indian.
World War, 1914-1918--Personal narratives.
United States--Armed Forces--Indians.

Title North American Indians in the Great War
Author Krouse, Susan Applegate
Published Date 2007
Publisher University of Nebraska Press
Published Place Lincoln, NE
Subjects Native Americans
ISBN 9780803227781
OCLC Number 182576077
Library of Congress Control Number 2007004494