Arnold Anderson (scientist)

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Arnold Anderson was a Six Nations Tuscarora tribal member who worked with Albert Einstein as a chemical engineer on the Manhattan Project to help the United States develop the first atomic bomb which ended World War II.[1] He was also president and founding member of the American Indian Science and Engineering Society which was founded in 1977 with six other American Indian scientists.[2][3]

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