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  1. May 04, 2020 · American Indians in the Civil War Over 20,000 American Indians fought in the Civil War in both Union and Confederate uniforms. While the Civil War raged, tribal communities had no reprieve from the forced removal and violence of the preceding decades. Western tribes faced conflict at the hands of white settlers and Federal troops.

  2. This amazing book “American Indians and the Civil War” adds a tribal voices to another chapter of American history, documenting oral tradition for generations to come while validating generations past. This book serves as catalyst to encourage people to embrace the inclusion of authentic American Indian interpretation into the context of ...

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  4. May 03, 2015 · “American Indians had nothing to do with the Civil War.” Thankfully, the National Park Service has published this book to set such teachers straight. More than 20,000 American Indians fought on both sides of the war. Some opposed slavery and others held slaves, but they fought primarily for their future viability as tribes on their own lands.

    • We have ambulances and hospitals. The Civil War began during medieval medicine's last gasp and ended at the dawn of modern medicine. Each side entered the war with puny squads of physicians trained by textbook, if at all.
    • We prize America as a land of opportunity. The Civil War paved the way for Americans to live, learn and move about in ways that had seemed all but inconceivable just a few years earlier.
    • We begin summer with a tribute to fallen soldiers. Ever wonder why we display flags and memorialize fallen solders just as summer gets under way? Flowers, that's why.
    • We let technology guide how we communicate. Abraham Lincoln was a techie. A product of the Industrial Revolution, Lincoln is the only president to have held a patent (for a device to buoy boats over shoals).
  5. Instead the US government's genocide against Native Americans continued after the civil war. Some of the battles occurred on Native American Lands. July 1-2, 1863 saw the First Battle of Creek Cabin.

  6. May 31, 2018 · The American Civil War was fought from April 12, 1861 to May 9, 1865 between the Union forces and the 11 Southern states that seceded from the Union and formed the Confederate States of America. Ultimately won by the Union forces, it remains the deadliest battle for the country with estimated deaths between 600,000 and 800,000.

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