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WELCOME TO THE SITE OF THE NATIVE AMERICAN VETERANS

This site is dedicated to the memory of the 505, 297 Native American soldiers who served the armed forces, they proudly served freedom around the world. They fought and died for our freedom, their sacrifices must never be forgotten.

Visit our numbers section and the wars section for more details. Remember to donate to help us, thank you.

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ABOUT US


 

THE STORY OF THE NATIVE AMERICAN SOLDIERS


 

NATIVE AMERICAN UNIT CODE TALKERS VARIOUSINFORMATIONS BEFORE WOUNDED KNEE AFTER WOUNDED KNEE

Native american unit during the American Civil War - USA

Native American Unit during the American Civil War - CSA

US Scout

Troop L

37th Haldimand Rifles

Civilian Conservation Corps - Indian Division

Eskimo Scout

Canadian Rangers

Shadow Wolves

49th Rangers

​the 36th Infantry Division

Code Talkers - Général

Code Talkers Cherokee - The 1st Code Talkers.

 

Code Talkers Apache

​Code Talkers Assiniboine

Code Talkers Cheyenne and Arapaho

Code Talkers Chippewa / Ojibway

Code Talkers Choctaw

Code Talkers Comanche

​Code Talkers Cree

Code Talkers Crow

Code Talkers Ho Chunk (Winnebago)

Code Talkers Hopi

Code Talkers Kiowa

Code Talkers Menominee

Code Talkers Meskwaki

​Code Talkers Mississauga

Code Talkers Mohawk

Code Talkers Muscogee Creek

Code Talkers Navajo

Code Talkers Oneida

Code Talkers Osage

Code Talkers Pawnee

Code Talkers Ponca

Code Talkers Pueblo

Code Talkers Séminole

Code Talkers Sioux 

Code Talkers Tlingit

Photos

Books

Native Americans and the war

map of Native American memorials

 

Aboriginal women

Canadian Recruitment

Canadian Veterans

Gifts to warriors

Honor during the Pow Wow

Black leggins Society

Grayhorse american war

Project making moccasins

 

The taking of Tenochticlan ¤ 1519-1521

Franco-Iroquois War ¤ 1609-1701

The Indian wars ¤ 1610-1890

The Pequot War ¤ 1636-1638

The colonial wars ¤ 1689-1763

7 years war ¤ 1756-1763

American Revolution ¤ 1775-1783

War of 1812 ¤ 1812-1815

Guerres Creek ¤ 1813-1814 / 1836-1837

Seminole Wars ¤ 1817-1858

Arctic and land of Rupert ¤ 1818-1855

War Winnebago ¤ 1827

The Blackhawk War ¤ 1832

Rebellion from 1837 ¤ 1837-1838

 

Battle of Windmill ¤ 1838

War Aroostook ¤ 1838-1839

War of Mexico ¤ 1846-1848

Navajo War ¤ 1849

 

American Civil War ¤ 1861-1865

Raid of the Fenians ¤ 1866-1871

Expedition of the Red River ¤ 1870-1877

Nile Expedition ¤ 1884-1885

North West Rebellion ¤ 1885

 

The Wounded Knee Massacre- The Official End of the Indian Wars ¤ 1890

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Native American in 1900, the end ?

 

Canadian Militia ¤ 1890-1914

American Spanish War ¤ 1898

Boxer War ¤ 1899-1901

Insurrection of phillipines ¤ 1899-1902

South African War (Boer) ¤ 1899-1902

1st World War ¤ 1914-1918

Pancho Villa expedition ¤ 1916-1917

Siberia ¤ 1918-1922

 

Between the wars and the American citizenship ¤ 1918-1939

 

2nd World War ¤ 1939-1945

Peace time ¤ Since 1945

Korean War ¤ 1950-1953

Lebanon ¤ 1958

Vietnam War ¤ 1959-1975

Rhodésian Bush War ¤ 1964-1979Cyprus ¤ 1974

Grenada ¤ 1983

Panama ¤ 1989

Operation desert storm ¤ 1990-1991

Somalia ¤ 1992-1995

Rwanda ¤ 1992-1995

Kosovo / Bosnia ¤ 1999

Afghanistan ¤ 2001-2014

Iraq ¤ 2003-2011

War against Daesh ¤ 2015

Current ¤

Royal Canadian Mounted Police ¤

 

 

 

HONORING THE HEROES

SOLDIER'S HISTORY


 

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