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

Author: Ruth Underhill; Willard W Beatty; United States. Bureau of Indian Affairs. Branch of Education.
Publisher: [Washington, D.C.] : United States Indian Service, [1953]
Series: Indian life and customs, 8.
Edition/Format:   Print book : National government publication : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: History
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Underhill, Ruth Murray, 1884-1984.
Here come the Navaho!
[Washington, D.C.] : United States Indian Service, [1953]
(OCoLC)688385152
Material Type: Government publication, National government publication
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Ruth Underhill; Willard W Beatty; United States. Bureau of Indian Affairs. Branch of Education.
OCLC Number: 1306568
Notes: Informants who assisted Ruth M. Underhill: Arny (Crystal) -- Athlnaba (Shiprock) -- Etsidi Nez Begay (Chinle Valley) -- Steve Brody (Mariano Lake) -- Sybyl Begay (Chinle Indian School) -- Arthur Chester (Tanner's Spring) -- Chee Dodge (Crystal) -- John Gorman, Ruth Gorman (Many Farms) -- Mary Funston and sister (Shiprock) -- Hosteen Hardy (Chinle Valley) -- Hosteen Joe (Shiprock) -- Ilthnahabad (Chinle) -- Black Moustache (Fort Wingate) -- Frank Mitchell (Chinle) -- Jake Morgan (Farmington) -- Billy Pete [Hasteen bichitoa] (Steamboat Canyon) -- Natani (Toadlena) -- Sallao tsosi [Slim policeman] (Shiprock) -- Pete Price (Defiance) -- Zhealy So (Canyon de Chelly) -- Tletxlani (Lukachukai) --Whitesinger (Chinle Valley) --Widefoot (Pinyon) -- Yellowhair, Yellowshirt (Klagetoh) -- Luke Evans (Hunter's Point) -- Manuelito Begay (Tohachi) -- Frank Damon (Fort Defiance) -- Andrew Tsihnahjinnie (Chinle) -- Jimmy Benally (Farmington) -- Bitter Water Woman (Farmington) -- Wilsie Bitsie (Window Rock) -- Ambrose Roanhorse (Fort Wingate School).
"Department of the Interior, Bureau of Indian Affairs, Branch of Education"--Page 2 of cover.
"January, 1953"--Page 2 of cover.
Description: 285 pages : illustrations, maps, portraits ; 26 cm.
Contents: Earth people make their world --
Story in the ruins --
How Navaho came to the Southwest --
Homes of the early people --
Plants, wild and cultivated --
Hunting ways --
Magic animals --
Apaches of Nabahu --
Neighbors in tall houses --
Navaho go est --
Men of the mountain --
White Americans arrive --
Red men and white part company --
Raiding days --
Rope thrower rounds up the Navaho --
Fort on the flat land ; Treaty with the Navaho --
Navaho and Washington Cooperate --
Don't eat your sheep! --
The railroad comes --
Weavers and silversmiths --
The grass does not grow --
Sheep going, tractors coming --
War opens a new world --
Into the new world.
Series Title: Indian life and customs, 8.
Responsibility: by Ruth Underhill ; edited by Willard W. Beatty ...

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