Herbert Hoover 31st U.S. President   1929-1933 Herbert Clark Hoover was the 31st President of the United States. Hoover, born to a Quaker family, was a professional mining engineer Vice president: Charles Curtis (1929–1933)

Herbert Hoover 31st U.S. President 1929-1933 Herbert Clark Hoover was the 31st President of the United States. Hoover, born to a Quaker family, was a professional mining engineer Vice president: Charles Curtis (1929–1933)

31st Vice President Charles Curtis March 4, 1929 - March 4, 1933 under 31. President Herbert Hoover

31st Vice President Charles Curtis March 4, 1929 - March 4, 1933 under 31. President Herbert Hoover

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He is the second after Herbert Hoover’s Vice President, Charles Curtis, to have a Native American ancestry. Dr. Ornelas is the great-great-great-grandson of Chief Cristobal Osuna from a tribe in the San Diego Mountains circa the Treaty of

He is the second after Herbert Hoover’s Vice President, Charles Curtis, to have a Native American ancestry. Dr. Ornelas is the great-great-great-grandson of Chief Cristobal Osuna from a tribe in the San Diego Mountains circa the Treaty of

Charles Curtis

Charles Curtis

Charles Curtis (Potawatomi), VP of the United States with Herbert Hoover in 1928
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TIME Magazine Cover: Senator Charles Curtis - Dec. 20, 1926 - Charles Curtis - Senators - Congress

TIME Magazine Cover: Senator Charles Curtis - Dec. 20, 1926 - Charles Curtis - Senators - Congress

Vice President Charles Curtis (the son of Orren Arms Curtis and Ellen Pappan-Curtis) - Kaw/Osage/Potawatomi/French/Euro-American – 1929 {Note: Charles Curtis' father, Orren Arms Curtis, was Euro-American, while his mother, Ellen Pappan-Curtis, was 1/4 Kaw; 1/4 Osage; 1/4 Potawatomi; and 1/4 French. Charles Curtis served as the 31st U.S. Vice President from 1929 to 1933.}

Vice President Charles Curtis (the son of Orren Arms Curtis and Ellen Pappan-Curtis) - Kaw/Osage/Potawatomi/French/Euro-American – 1929 {Note: Charles Curtis' father, Orren Arms Curtis, was Euro-American, while his mother, Ellen Pappan-Curtis, was 1/4 Kaw; 1/4 Osage; 1/4 Potawatomi; and 1/4 French. Charles Curtis served as the 31st U.S. Vice President from 1929 to 1933.}

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TIME Magazine Cover: Senator Charles Curtis - June 18, 1928 - Charles Curtis - Senators - Congress

TIME Magazine Cover: Senator Charles Curtis - June 18, 1928 - Charles Curtis - Senators - Congress

Vice-President of the United State Charles Curtis was an enrolled member of the Kaw Tribe and spent time growing up on the Kaw reservation in Kansas. He served almost thirteen years in Congress and twenty years in the Senate before becoming Herbert Hoover's Vice-President in 1929. Charles Curtis's time as Vice-President has been silent and only recently brought to light again with the election of President Obama as the first African-American President.

Vice-President of the United State Charles Curtis was an enrolled member of the Kaw Tribe and spent time growing up on the Kaw reservation in Kansas. He served almost thirteen years in Congress and twenty years in the Senate before becoming Herbert Hoover's Vice-President in 1929. Charles Curtis's time as Vice-President has been silent and only recently brought to light again with the election of President Obama as the first African-American President.

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