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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

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How were the Native Americans treated by the Federal government after the Civil War?

How were the Native Americans treated by the Federal government after the Civil War?

How were native Americans treated after world war 2?

After World War 2 many Native Americans left reservations and lived in cities. They had greater job opportunities and better chances for advancement.

How were Native Americans treated by the British in the French and Indian War?

they were treated with betrayal

How were Japanese Americans treated after World War 2?

Well, they were released from their internment camps & otherwise pretty much treated like Native Americans & other minority groups.

How were Jewish Americans treated during World War 1?

Jewish Americans were not treated any different during World War I.

How were native Americans treated after the war?

Please repost your question, giving the name of the war that you are interested in.

What negative affects did world war 2 have on Native Americans?

Deaths and injuries to Native Americans were at a much high proportion in World War II. Also, many of them did not receive proper care after returning from the war.

How did British and French treat Native Americans?

The French treated them right, but the British were jerks to them. At one point, the British fought the French, and the Native Americans fought alongside the French to support them.

What was the impact of the American revolution on native Americans?

They were mostly left alone during the war. However, some of the Native Americans fought with the Patriots because they hoped they would be treated better.

How did Native Americans support the war effort in World War 1?

They fought in it.

What role did Hispanic-American and Native-Americans soldiers play in World War 2?

Hispanic Americans had a presence in every battle of the European Theater during World War II. Between 250,000 to 500,000 served during the war. Approximately 25,000 Native Americans served in World War II. Most of those who left the reservations to fight the war did not return there after the war.

How were the Native Americans in Connecticut treated?

They were treated equally and they were given fair money for their land. ****** Really? Then why was the Pequot War fought if that were true? (See Related Link, below.)

Which group of writers no longer dominated the literary scene after world war 2?

African-Americans Native Americans Eurocentric Americans Hispanic women

Who did most Native Americans side with during the french and Indian war?

because the French treated the Indians better then the english

How were African Americans in World War 2 treated differently than white men?

I dont know much but i know that they were treated worse and much more strict. African Americans had more jobs and duty's to perfrom during world war two.

Why did people migrate to US between the civil war and world war 1?

the colinists and the native Americans

How was the African Americans treated after World War 1?

Unfortunately, many of the same racial attitudes prevailed after the war, as before it.

Which group was treated harshly by the us government during world war 2?


How many Native Americans died in the War of 1812?

A few thousand Native Americans died in the War of 1812.

Why did majority of Native Americans choose to side with the British during the Revolutiona ry War?

Actually, they didn't side with the British. Most were working against them. Ever since the first colony was established the British had treated the Native Americans with discrimination and took away lands. The British gave the Native Americans diseases and killed them.

Why did many native Americans choose to join the Confederacy in the war effort in the west?

In some cases Native Americans fought with the Confederacy because they believed that the Federal government had treated them badly. They, in some cases decided to help the South because they believed the Federal government would continue to force Native Americans on to reservations.

What was granted to all Native Americans following World War 1?

American citizenship

How were African Americans treated in World War 1?

AnswerAfrican Americans were treated bad and they had racial protest against them

Were any groups of people from the US treated unfairly during world war 2?

Japanese Americans , Blacks , Hispanics, Women, German Americans, Italian Americans

In the war of 1812 the United states fought great Britain as well as?

Native Americans in the west.