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Native-Americans Ordered to Leave US Army
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A magazine article dated 1897 reported on the expulsion of Native-Americans from the ranks of the American Army:

"The last of the companies of Indians enlisted in the regular army of the United States has been mustered out after six years trial, at Omaha, Nebraska. The Omaha WORLD-HERALD intimates that the failure of the experiment may not be entirely due to the Indians."

The journalist reporting on this matter opined that all subjugated people should never be expected to fight for a tyrannical government.


''Failure of Indians as Soldiers'' (The Literary Digest, 1897)

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