Many Americans know the 'code talkers' from WWII to be Navajo , but the original code talkers were actually from the Choctaw tribe. Nineteen men, during WWI, helped turned the tide of the war. When they decided to implement the program again for WWII, the Navajo tribe was much larger and was able to provide more code talkers
Ollokot (aka Little Frog) the younger brother of Chief Joseph - Nez Perce – 1877. When Joseph mentioned in his surrender to Col. Nelson A. Miles that "he who led the young men is dead," he referred to Ollokot.