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Navajo Food | of Enrolled Tribal Members: 255,543* # of People on the Reservation ...

Navajo Food | of Enrolled Tribal Members: 255,543* # of People on the Reservation ...

"The Navajos have long raised sheep to provide them with wool to weave blankets and for meat. Despite a forced stock reduction in the 1930s that caused a great deal of controversy, the Navajos maintain their identity as sheep ranchers into the present day." (NAU Cline Library) Caption at link

"The Navajos have long raised sheep to provide them with wool to weave blankets and for meat. Despite a forced stock reduction in the 1930s that caused a great deal of controversy, the Navajos maintain their identity as sheep ranchers into the present day." (NAU Cline Library) Caption at link

Inside Native American Hogan The navajo <b>indian hogan</b>: shelter and center of their world <b></b>

Inside Native American Hogan The navajo <b>indian hogan</b>: shelter and center of their world <b></b>

Grinding corn on stone netate (Navajo Reservation) | Antique Postcard from Margie Beard —

Grinding corn on stone netate (Navajo Reservation) | Antique Postcard from Margie Beard —

(via ✧Art Board 01.13✧ / Laura Gilpin (1891-1979) Cliff Dwelling of Betatakin, Navajo National Monument, Arizona 1930)

(via ✧Art Board 01.13✧ / Laura Gilpin (1891-1979) Cliff Dwelling of Betatakin, Navajo National Monument, Arizona 1930)

The Navajo tribe in New Mexico and Arizona built hogans. Hogans have six sides built from wood poles and adobe (mud). There was one room in the hogan and the doorway faced to the east. Beautiful Navajo rugs covered the doorway. There was a hole in the roof so smoke from the fires could escape.

The Navajo tribe in New Mexico and Arizona built hogans. Hogans have six sides built from wood poles and adobe (mud). There was one room in the hogan and the doorway faced to the east. Beautiful Navajo rugs covered the doorway. There was a hole in the roof so smoke from the fires could escape.

Images scanned from National Geographic December 1959   Photos by Charles W. Herbet

Images scanned from National Geographic December 1959 Photos by Charles W. Herbet

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