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Navajo Thinking Man (1955)  "I am sitting outside my hogan.  I am thinking,  Looking at the red rocks,  the ridges, the sheep,  the plants,  and all in my world.  I am thinking  What it will be like here  In the Future."    Thomas Littleben, Rock Point Community School, Rock Point, Arizona

Navajo Thinking Man (1955) "I am sitting outside my hogan. I am thinking, Looking at the red rocks, the ridges, the sheep, the plants, and all in my world. I am thinking What it will be like here In the Future." Thomas Littleben, Rock Point Community School, Rock Point, Arizona

Slau-ee-nez (aka Tall Scout) - Navajo - circa 1920

Slau-ee-nez (aka Tall Scout) - Navajo - circa 1920

Dine Silversmith's daughter (Navaho)

A Young Navajo Girl. The girl is wearing a nice array of silver jewelry. The picture was taken in about 1920 near Gallup New Mexico. She is the daughter of the local silversmith.

Navajo Chief Hush-Kaaney (anglicized Hoskaninni) around 1900. Hoskaninni successfully defied government troops under Kit Carson and made himself monarch of Monument Valley. Courtesy Utah Historical Society

Navajo Chief Hush-Kaaney (anglicized Hoskaninni) around Hoskaninni successfully defied government troops under Kit Carson and made himself monarch of Monument Valley.

Navajo Frybread  Love frybread. My Grandma used to make it.

Navajo Frybread is not traditional to the Navajo but became popular after the government started distributing commodity food.

Navajo elder participating in the Shiprock, NM "Just Move It" Event~

Navajo elder participating in the Shiprock, NM "Just Move It" Event~ So inspiring.

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