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10 Things You Need to Know About Navajos
With a population topping 300,000 and a reservation the size of West Virginia, the Navajo Nation is the largest tribe in the United States...
Heroes Till the End: Code Talkers in Their Twilight Years
Do American Indians Celebrate the 4th of July?
The following was originally posted on July 3, 2013 by the National Museum of American Indian and has been updated with more readers’ comments and descriptions...
Code Talker Stories: Penned by a Daughter, With Love
The death of Navajo Code Talker Chester Nez, one of the original 29 who signed up to create the code that was indecipherable to the Japanese military during World War II, marked th...
Last of Original 29 Code Talkers Remembered for Courage and Humility
Most people know, of course, that Chester Nez was a World War II code talker—one of the original 29, in fact, who developed the code that stymied Japanese forces and helped win the...
He Was Their Last Original Voice, Code Talker Chester Nez Walks On
World War II has been over for more than 65 years, and the outcome of that war has largely been credited to the work of the original 29 Navajo code talkers...
Congressional Gold Medal Recipient and Code Talker Edmond Harjo Walks On
Edmond Andrew Harjo, a Seminole Nation of Oklahoma tribal member and Congressional Gold Medal recipient, walked on March 31, 2014 in Ada, Oklahoma at the Mercy Hospital of Ada...
Osage Code Talkers Honored with U.S. Congressional Gold Medal
On November 20, representatives from 33 tribes were in attendance at the Capitol Building in Washington, D.C...
Senate Passes Resolution Honoring Native American Heritage Month
On November 21, the Senate passed a resolution introduced by Senate Committee on Indian Affairs Chairwoman Maria Cantwell (D-WA) to honor the Nation’s first Americans during Native...
Code Talkers From 33 Tribes Receive Congressional Gold Medals
This morning at 11 a.m., Native American code talkers from 33 tribes were honored at the nations Capitol in Washington D.C...
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