How were Native Americans treated by the US after World War 2?
I did leave this info with another poster. The Navajo Code Talkers were never recognized re their GI bills. They were used and abused by their own government. Because they lived on a Federal Reservation that was the excuse the government used so they did not have to pay out to these soldiers. Also, there were other Indians tribes that were also Code Talkers. Marcy
Most Native Americans sided with the British in the War of 1812. American settlers were encroaching on their land, and Native Americans had already been in conflict with them before the war. The British also made efforts in the peace treaty to preserve the rights of the Native Americans, however these were mostly ignored.
The British, French, Americans, and Native Americans. Many of the Native Americans fought with the French. The French had settled with many of the Northeastern tribes through the years as fur trappers and they had a relationship with them. The British had treated the tribes as interlopers on their own lands. Americans, like George Washington, fought under the British flag and as a British officer. In fact, it was Washington that fired the first shots…