Navajo Indian Tools
Known for their patterned blankets and rugs and silver jewelry, the Navajo across centuries have used certain tools that enable them to create their arts. As farmers, they have also used particular tools to work the soil, and in the past, Navajo men used...
. The Navajo Livestock Reduction was imposed upon the Navajo Nation by
the federal government in the 1930s.
The Navajo Nation extends into the states of Utah , Arizona and New Mexico ...
into the largest and most sophisticated form of American Indian government.
Information about the Navajo Indians for students and teachers. Covers food,
homes, arts and crafts, weapons, culture, and daily life of the Navajos.
This site from NAU's Cline Library's Special Collections is more than just great interactive maps of the Hopi, Zuni and Navajo Indian
reservations. It also includes some oral history & information about trade goods. More »
The Navajo Indians are the largest Native American Tribe federally recognized in
the United States. The Navajo are famous for visual arts, such as jewelry.
The Navajo Indians are considered to be the largest tribe of all Native American
Indians. Their homes were very simple, just a small shelter of wooden sticks, ...
Information on the Navajo Indian Tribe of the Southwest United States. Learn
about these fierce warriors including facts on their history and culture.
The Navajo Indians in Utah reside on a reservation of more than 1,155,000 acres
in the southeastern corner of the state. According to the 1990 census, more ...
Kids learn about Native American Indian tribe the Navajo from the Southwest of
the United States.