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|Title||:||American Indian Life: The Navajo: The Past and Present of the Dine|
|Number of Pages||:||32 Pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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American Indian Life: The Navajo: The Past and Present of the Dine Reviews
The photos was absolutely beautiful. There were some things I have learned from going to a POW-WOW in Wisconsin when I lived there, and see that silver and turquoise jewelry comes from these Native tribes but really from them working with the Spanish during 1800s. It is a short, easy read but picked up some concepts I might have been unaware or confused with another tribes heritage and or history. This tribe is from Arizona and surrounding areas.
This book, part of a series, includes basic information about the culture and traditions of the Navajo, including a brief discussion of the Long Walk in which its members were forced to move to a reservation. Photos and text celebrate their cultural traditions, including clothing, jewelry, food, medicine, and religion. While it's important for young readers to understand their history and connections to the land, it is also important to know something about how Navajos live today. There is even a short section on the Navajo Code Talkers who helped end World War II. While offering insight into the wrongs that the Navajo Nation endured, this book may encourage young readers to learn even more. The book contains several photographs.