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Here come the Navaho! : a history of the largest Indian tribe in the United States.

Author: Ruth Underhill
Publisher: Tucson, Ariz. : Treasure Chest Publications, [1983?]
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Ruth Underhill
ISBN: 0918080053 9780918080059
OCLC Number: 10472909
Notes: Author, Ruth Underhill.
Reprint. Originally published in 1953 by the Haskell Indian Institute, Lawrence, Kans.
Description: 285 pages : illustrations, maps ; 26 cm
Contents: Preface --
1 Earth People Make Their World --
2 Story in the Ruins --
3 How Navaho Came to the Southwest --
4 Homes of the Early People --
5 Plants, Wild and Cultivated --
6 Hunting Ways --
7 Magic Animals --
8 Apackes of Nabahu --
9 Neighbors in Tall Houses --
10 Navaho Go West --
11 Men of the Mountain --
12 White Americans Arrive --
13 Red Men and White Part Company --
14 Raiding Days --
15 Rope Thrower Rounds Up the Navaho --
16 Fort on the Flat Land --
Treaty With the Navaho --
17 Navaho and Washington Cooperate --
18 Don't Eat Your Sheep --
19 The Railroad Comes --
20 Weavers and Silversmiths --
21 The Grass Does Not Grow --
22 Sheep Going, Tractors Coming --
23 War Opens a New World --
24 Into the New World --
Appendix A Location of Tribes Speaking Athabascan and Related Languages --
Appendix B Signer of the Navaho Treaty of 1868 --
Appendix C List of Agents and Superintendents in Charge of the Navaho Agency, 1851-1951 --
Appendix D Hospitals Constructed on the Navaho Reservation Since 1889 --
Appendix E Further Reading in Connection With the Navaho --
General Books on the Navaho --
Navaho Beginnings --
Use of Plants and Animals --
The Making of Equipment --
Navaho History, Spanish Period --
The American Occupation and Years Before the Round-Up --
The Round-Up and March to Fort Sumner --
The Exile at Fort Sumner --
From the Establishment of the Navaho Reservation to the Present --
Appendix F List of Bilingual and Navaho Language Publications.

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