Navajo History to 1846

Acrey, Bill P.

Published by Publisher: Department of Curriculum Materials Development, Shiprock, New Mexico, 2000
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170 Pages Indexed. This is the Fifth Printing of the 1982 Copyright. No defects noted. The United States of America is blessed with having many different groups of people, each with their own cultural origins and traditions. As citizens, these groups have been made familiar with the history of the United States through the American education system. Until recently however, little space was devoted in American history textbooks to the study of these various cultural groups. This was particularly true of the American Indian. The large number of different Indian tribes found within the United States makes it impossible for current American history textbooks to cover more than a general history of the American Indian. The need for specific materials relating to the history of the Navajo Indian people has led to the writing of this Navajo history textbook, which covers the major areas of Navajo history textbiijm which deals with period of Navajo history from prehistoric times to 1846. Contents in 16 Chapters: The Dawn of Navajo History, The Navajos Arrive, Spain and the New World, The Spanish Conquer the Southwest, Coronado Explores the Southwest, Onate Colonizes New Meico, The Navajos and the Missionairies, The Conflict Begins, The Province in Peril, a Half Century of Peace, Raids and Revenge, The Delicate Balance, The Mexican Period, The Navajo-Mexican Cnflict, The Continuing Cycle, and The End of the Mexican Period. Illustrated with 31 oil paintings, photographs and drawings. There are four maps: The First Americans Arrive, Hohokam Mogollon & Anasazi, Athabascans Distribution C, and Spanish Exploration 1535 to 1583. Size: 6 1/4" x 9 1/4". Bookseller Inventory # 13908

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Title: Navajo History to 1846

Publisher: Publisher: Department of Curriculum Materials Development, Shiprock, New Mexico

Publication Date: 2000

Binding: Hard Back

Book Condition:New

Dust Jacket Condition: No Dust Jacket

Edition: 5th Printing.

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