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.
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|
|Publisher||University of Nebraska Press|
|Published Place||Lincoln, NE|
|Library of Congress Control Number||2007004494|