The educational materials, resources, and inquiry kits contained in the Warriors in Uniform database were developed with the National Social Studies C3 standards and literacy standards in mind. The inquiry kits provide a wealth of primary and secondary source materials that promote the use of inquiry, analysis, and critical thinking in both the classroom, and other learning settings. The kits encourage all learners to be actively engaged in civic life and provide a wealth of resources that are relevant to the stories of Native American Veteran participation in U.S. conflicts including their service highlights, tribal affiliations, and cultural heritage.

Although the primary audience is pre-K1-12, the K-20 secondary audience including teachers, researchers, and graduate students will find the material relevant in their research exploring Native American’s roles and accomplishments in our country’s military history. Materials were created and sourced through multiple organizations including the Library of Congress Teaching with Primary Sources Program, the Library of Congress Veterans’ History Project, the Native American Indian Education Association (NIEA), and the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH).

Educational Materials

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Inquiry Kits

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