How can I build a hogan for a school project?


Hogan is a dwelling place created by Navajo Indians. A hogan school project can be made of logs, mud, adobe and other natural materials available in the area.
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How to Build a Hogan for a School Project
A hogan is a traditional home of the Navajo people, who are the second-largest federally recognized tribe in the United States. In its very construction, the building reflects tribal beliefs about balance and tradition. Even though most Navajo now live... More »
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