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Q: Why did many Americans support the Sedition Act and the American Legion?
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Why did many American support the sedition act and the American legion?

They wanted to protect American from foreign Influences


What was the black legion?

The Black Legion was an organization that existed in the 1930s in the United States. The group formed by splitting off from the Ku Klux Klan. The purpose of the group was to eliminate African-Americans, Jews, and people of the Roman Catholic faith.


Where was the first American legion post established?

when was the William e carter post established in Boston, mass


Five civilized tribes allied with the Union during civil War?

Generally not. The government in Washington was the same one which had, without variation, uniformly screwed the tribes in each and every treaty, and had forced them onto the Trail of Tears. The only unit east of the Mississippi, north or south, which had organized Indian components was Thomas' Legion of North Carolina. It had four companies of Cherokees from the Eastern Band. In Oklahoma (which then was then the Indian Territories) there was a Civil War within the western band of Cherokees, over which of the white mens' governments to support. Stand Waite of the western Cherokees was the only Native American general in either Army, and he was a Confederate. Individual Indians served in many units, north and south. Eli Parker, a Seneca, was an aide to General Grant, and was present at Appomattox, in the room when Lee signed the surrender. As Lee was leaving he noticed Parker and stopped, and said "I am glad to see a representative of the original Americans here today."


Civil war union veterans' organization?

The organization for Union veterans immediately following the US Civil War was called the Grand Army of the Republic. Another is the Military Order of the Loyal Legion of the United States, or commonly referred to as MOLLUS.

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Why did many Americans support the sedition and the American legion?

They wanted to protect American from foreign Influences


Why did many American support the sedition act and the American legion?

They wanted to protect American from foreign Influences


What kind of services does the American Legion do?

The American Legion does many services to help Americans live an everyday life. You can find more information on their official website where they describe it.


When was American Legion created?

American Legion was created in 1919.


What is American Legion's motto?

American Legion's motto is 'For God and country'.


Where is the American Legion in Portage Wisconsin located?

The address of the American Legion is: 2930 American Legion Drive, Portage, WI 53901-9265


When was American Legion Baseball created?

American Legion Baseball was created in 1925.


When was American Legion Cabin created?

American Legion Cabin was created in 1928.


When was American Legion Auxiliary created?

American Legion Auxiliary was created in 1949.


If Vietnam was not a declared war why can veterans join the American Legion?

Because the American Legion can change its rules. Anybody that served in combat is eligable for the American Legion or VFW.


When was Cushing American Legion Building created?

Cushing American Legion Building was created in 1924.


When was Nampa American Legion Chateau created?

Nampa American Legion Chateau was created in 1931.