|Statement||prepared by U.S. Geological Survey for U.S. Bureau of Indian Affairs.|
|Contributions||Geological Survey (U.S.), United States. Bureau of Indian Affairs.|
|LC Classifications||HC107.A165 R47 1986|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||187 p. in various pagings :|
|Number of Pages||187|
|LC Control Number||86603130|
Part III, a case study of the Navajo Nation, discusses (1) the Navajo postoral economy and the traditional-modern division, (2) underdevelopment and dependency in the Navajo economy, (3) strategies for increasing Indian governmental income and building a stable economic base, (4) Navajo government taxation of corporations operating in the. Get this from a library! Water resources of the Chuska Mountains area, Navajo Indian Reservation, Arizona and New Mexico. [J W Harshbarger; Charles Albert Repenning; J L Hatchett] -- Availability of water for the operation of two proposed sawmills and a proposed manganese mill. This book covers a variety of subjects ranging from the Navajo ancestors from Canada to the Navajo today. The history of the confrontations between the Navajo and the U.S. army leading to the Long Walk of and the imprisonment of Navajo people is discussed in detail. Subjects include community life, religion, history, work, income, and education. V Native Americans: A Resource Guide This publication is a comprehensive catalog of materials in the National Agricultural Library's collection about Native Americans. Horwitz, Marcus A; Pollard, Robert A; Merson, Michael H, et al. "A large outbreak of food borne salmonellosis on the Navajo Nation Indian Reservation, epidemiology and.
The Navajo Reservation with its tribal headquarters in Window Rock, Arizona, is the largest Indian reservation in the United States. During the s, the Navajo had to deal with an American govern. Los Angeles: American Indian Studies Center, Fixico, Donals. L. The Invasion of Indian Country in the Twentieth Century: American Capitalism and Tribal Natural Resources. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, Ortiz, Roxanne Dunbar. Economic Development in American Indian Reservations. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, The Navajo Nation is the largest Indian reservation in the United States, comprising about 16 million acres, or ab square miles, approximately the size of the state of West Virginia. Some of the most photographed scenery in the United States is on the reservation, notably Monument Valley near Kayenta, Arizona, and Canyon de Chelly. The Navajo Nation understands the need for high-speed broadband and cellular services and is undertaking a study to find the best methods to bring this service to the residents and businesses in the Nation. Your input is extremely important to us, so we ask you to take a few minutes to fill out both 1) the broadband and 2) cellular surveys.
Created in as the first contract school in the country, Rough Rock is a Navajo-run institution that combines traditional Navajo learning with Western education. Its Navajo Studies curriculum, which addresses such subjects as culture, history, and language, was named by the Tribal Council as the only "Navajo Studies" program on the reservation. Policing on American Indian Reservations Stewart Wakeling Miriam Jorgensen Susan Michaelson assistant professor of American Indian Studies at the University of Arizona. Through this partnership, we were able to reach more tribes and and as large as the Navajo Nation (with a population of more than , and a land. Settlement and accommodation agreements concerning the Navajo and Hopi land dispute: hearing before the Committee on Indian Affairs, United States Senate, One Hundred Fourth Congress, second session, on oversight hearing on the proposed settlement and accommodations agreements between the Department of Justice. Navajo History - Long before the theory of the 'land bridge from Asia to North America across the Bering Strait', Navajo elders told their own story about their own origin. The Navajo (DINE') creation is the story of their origin through a series of emergences through a .