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Introduction. The traditional Navajo homeland spans from Arizona through western New Mexico, where the Navajo had houses, planted crops and raised livestock....
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Navajo Treaty of 1868 Fort Sumner, New Mexico, June 1, 1868 Ratification August 12, 1838. Andrew Johnson, President of the United States of America...
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An article by by Lee & Eric Anderson. In the Beginning. It has often been said “the land was good for nothing else so we gave it to the Indians.”...
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Barboncito (1821–1871) was a famous Navajo political and spiritual leader. His name means poorly groomed child in Spanish. He also was known as Hastiin Dághaaʼ ...
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