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  1. Charles Curtis, (born Jan. 25, 1860, Kansas Territory, U.S.—died Feb. 8, 1936, Washington, D.C.), 31st vice president of the United States (1929–33) in the Republican administration of Pres. Herbert Hoover. The son of Orren Arms Curtis, a soldier, and Ellen Gonville Pappan, who was one-quarter Kansa Indian, Curtis spent his early youth with the Kaw Indian tribe. After being admitted to the ...

  2. Curtis was born in Kansas Territory in 1860, a year before it became a state. Through his mother, Ellen Papin, he was an enrolled member of the Kaw Tribe. He was three-eighths Native American— Kaw, Osage, and Potawatomi— and five-eighths European, mostly French, Welch and Scottish. Curtis grew up on the Kaw reservation in north Topeka.

  3. 25/01/2021 · Curtis went on to be a U.S. Senator and then, in 1929, the first person of color to serve as vice president. He and President Herbert Hoover didn’t have a close relationship, and many Americans ...

  4. Charles Curtis was the first Vice President with Native American ancestry. He was born in Kansas in 1860 and spent most of his youth on the Kaw Indian Reservation with his grandparents.

  5. 17/01/2021 · Remarkable indeed. Ninety-two years ago Charles Curtis was inaugurated as America's first (and only) Native American vice president. Curtis was a member of the Kaw (also called Kanza) Nation.

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  6. 19/11/2020 · Charles Curtis, Herbert Hoover's VP from 1929-1932, was the first person of color to be Vice President of the US. Curtis' slow fade from our collective memory is surprising considering his place in the American story.

  7. Elected in 1928, Charles Curtis became the first, and only, Native American Vice President of the United States. After being raised among the Kaw Tribe in Ka...

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