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SOCI 2060 7BMUTLICULTURAL ISSUSESKojo AllenThere is a phrase that is called Tewa Navahu, and it means highly cultivated lands,which the word Navajo comes from. The Navajo Tribe was considered one of the largestfederally recognized Native American Indian tribes in the United States. They lives
mostly in the New Mexico and Arizona. They were spread throughout the four corners ofArizona, New Mexico, Utah and Colorado. The location of the Navajo Tribe Nation islocated at the Window Rock in Arizona. In Window Rock it contains the World War IImemorial. They lived in homes called hogans, they were mostly made of just a smallshelter of wooden sticks, mud, and tree bark. In the 1800s, the Navajo Tribe went to areservation in Fort Sumter and they started to raise sheep which help increase theirprofits as well as increase the Navajo population. The Navajo language was much knownto the American men and they found that the language would help them outdramatically in World War II.They had the Navajo men create these secret codes to serve on the frontline andhelp on the battlefield against the Japanese. These Navajo men were known as famousNavajo Code Talkers, who would exemplify the unequaled bravery of the Navajo peopleand their patriotism. In May of 1942, they had 29 Navajo members attend boot camp

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Term
Fall
Professor
Megan Flynn
Tags
Native Americans in the United States, New Mexico, Navajo Nation, Navajo people, NAVAJO TRIBE

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