Flagstaff archives show birth of Code...

Flagstaff archives show birth of Code Talkers

There are 1 comment on the Deseret Morning News story from Jun 5, 2011, titled Flagstaff archives show birth of Code Talkers. In it, Deseret Morning News reports that:

You can tell a lot about a person by the papers they leave behind. Case in point: The papers in the Philip Johnston Collection in the Special Collections & Archives at NAU's Cline Library.

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greenriverkate

Auburn, WA

#1 Jun 6, 2011
This HISTORY should be taught in ALL high schools in the U.S. It was a major "win" for us in WWll. Natives have long been overlooked in our history books and the time has come to educate our kids to facts in our history and the important people that DID contribute to all of us

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