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    Navajo Clan Names
    Navajo US - Southwest
    A list of all Navajo Clans, spelled in Navajo, with its English meaning. When a Navajo baby is born, he or she belongs to the clan of the mother. The clan name passes on through her to her children. When a young man marries, it must be to someone completely outside of his clan. Even though people in his clan are not all blood-related, it is considered inappropriate to marry within one's own clan. This rule is strictly observed. Should it occur, it would be considered as "incest" to the Navajo people.
    Navajo Genealogical Tree of Harrison Lapahie Jr.
    Navajo US - Southwest
    Navajo Sacred Mountains
    Navajo US - Southwest
    Sacred Mountains of the Navajos: Mt. Blanca, Mt. Taylor, San Francisco Peaks, Mt. Hesperus, Governador Knob, Huerfano Mesa, Navajo Mountain
    Scenic Pictures on the Navajo Nation
    Navajo US - Southwest
    Scenic Pictures on the Navajo Nation: Window Rock, Shiprock, Monument Valley, Canyon de Chelly, Coal Mine Canyon, Black Mesa.
    Treaty between U.S. and Navajo, 1868
    Navajo US - Southwest
    Articles of a treaty and agreement made and entered into at Fort Sumner, New Mexico, on the first day of June, one thousand eight hundred and sixty-eight, by and between the United States, represented by its commissioners, Lieutenant General W. T. Sherman and Colonel Samuel F. Tappan, of the one part, and the Navajo Nation or tribe of Indians, represented by their chiefs and head-men.




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