o Indians leave reservations to get job and dont come back o Resulted in

O indians leave reservations to get job and dont come

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o Indians leave reservations to get job and don’t come back o Resulted in: detribalization as Indians moved to cities Women get empowered during war o Making $$$ working in factories, women wear slacks, women begin to smoke Set up the National Congress of American Indians in 1944 for Indians by Indians Navajo Code Talkers 1.The Navajo Code Talkers are associated with which military branch? A. Apache (Army) B. Cherokee (Marines) C. Iroquois (Navy) D. Navajo (Air force) E. None of these 2.In World War II what tribe was associated with the Code Talkers? Navajo 3.The World War II Code talkers were of what tribe? Navajo 4. In World War II, Code talkers were in the Marines. True False Extra notes: Started with Cherokee but Germans got Cherokee dictionary from UCLA and broke code
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Used for coded communication during the war in military so Japan and Germany couldn’t understand the next move we were going to make Language is not written anywhere, and different pueblos have different dialects. Molly Spotted Elk 1. Molly Spotted Elk was a member of this tribe: A. Pomo B. Penobscot C. Menominee D. None 2.In her picture Molly Spotted Elk is wearing what on her head? Headband Extra notes:Dancer whom had a child with a French journalist during WWII (starred in a Hollywood movie, “The silent Enemy”)oMade her way to ParisoGerman occupation forced forced her to flee from France with her young daughter oMade it to the US but never saw husband againBEAUTIFUL (look at picture in book)Final: Will Also Include the above topicsIndian Civil Rights Movement within the overall Civil Rights MovementThe Indian civil rights movement was part of the overall Civil rights movementoIs the Indian Rights movement part of civil rights movement overall? YesoWomen, Indians, and blacksThe seizure of Alcatraz (1969)Adam Fortunate Eagle spear head (leader)A group of young Indians seized Alcatraz island (an example of Civil rights movement)Was originally Indian land taken in Treaty of Fort Laramie. Supposed to get it back but government triedto give it to State Park. State park didn’t want it, however Indians still didn’t get it back.Under the name “Indians of All Tribes” they issued a “Proclamation to the Great White Father” ironically employing the rhetoric of old treaties to demonstrate their grievances and demand reparations for confiscated land and the hundreds of treaties that had been broken oEnded when federal marshals removed the last few protesters in 1971Hippies came to join protest and brought drugs and some people brought guns. (a lot of violence)Normal hippies decided want to be IndiansPublicity got American people to feel bad for Indians (goal)Nixon wanted them out. No fly zone over Alcatraz because people were flying over and dropping foodResult:symbolized a new era, the young Indians will not take direct action and mobilize national attention to make their voices heard and confront America with its past and present record of injustice toward Native peopleCalifornia vs Cabazon After the third semonale war , a few hundred Semonales remained in florida , living in povertyo
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