P.L. 671, The Termination of the Mixed-Blood Uinta's of Utah

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husband's grandmother

My husband's grandmother was born at Fort Duchesne in 1918. She never identified herself as Native American and later moved to Idaho. Would a caucasian baby have been born at the Fort at that time? I'm thinking she was a half-breed that chose to identify as white.

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Re: husband's grandmother

The Uinta Basin was open to white homesteaders in 1905. So by 1918 many white babies were born on the reservation.

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