The importance of Houston Teehee's signature
Everything old is new again as we remember a couple of forgotten Native firsts.
WASHINGTON — Just as it’s wrong to call Deb Haaland, a citizen of the Laguna Pueblo, the first Native American member of a U.S. president’s Cabinet — that distinction actually goes to Charles Curtis, who served as the nation’s 31st vice president under President Herbert Hoover — it’s a…
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