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This item was written by Charles Cecil Howes sometime after World War II in order to educate the public about the Native American tribes in Kansas. As Howes indicates, the "fourth Saturday of September of each year has been designated by the Kansas legislature as American Indian Day when the schools and the public are to make proper observance in honor of the Native Americans and their service to the country. Most patriotic organizations and many of the schools provide special programs for the day particularly honoring the thousands of Indians who served well and honorably in two World Wars."

Creator: Howes, Cecil, 1880-1950
Date: 1940-1950

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Item Number: 220170
Call Number: Charles Cecil Howes Coll. #393, Correspondence, 1833-1967 & undated, Box: 1, Folder: "Jayhawk Sketches"
KSHS Identifier: DaRT ID: 220170

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