A Soldier's Story: Private First Class Ben Carterby
He attended Dwight Training School before his enlistment in World War I. Assigned to the 141st Infantry, he became one of the Choctaw code talkers. The unit was the first to use a Native American language to transmit messages.
It is important to note that Native Americans were not given U.S. Citizenship until 1924, and fought this war regardless.
PFC Ben Carterby returned to his native Oklahoma after the war, dying on February 6, 1953.
Captain Charles Walter Vetch
Corporal Peter Maytubby
Corporal Tobias William Frazier
Corporal Solomon Bond Louis
Private First Class Ben Carterby
Private First Class Joseph Oklahombi
Private Joseph Harvey Davenport