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This public law, also known as the Indian Citizenship Act, passed on June 2, 1924, provided United States citizenship to all Indigenous people born in the United States.
Indian Citizenship Act, granting citizenship, United States citizen
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An Act to Authorize the Secretary of the Interior to Issue Certificates of Citizenship to Indians. Public Law 175. Statues at Large 43, (1924): 253. https://commons.und.edu/indigenous-gov-docs/130/.
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