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Water poverty on U. soil: why the Navajo Nation water crisis should shame us all - Tata & Howard

* Indian Navaho * Medicine Man.  c.1904. (by Edward S. Curtis).

5 X 7 inch (image size) photogravure of a Navaho medicine-man on composition board, with original signature of Edward S. Curtis and 1913 date - photo cropped from X 11 inch original sheet, but otherwise not modified or retouched

Navajo Hogan

Navajo Hogan

Navajo Nation, Code Talker, Vernacular Architecture, Indian Tribes, Gaia, Native Americans, Ancestry, American Art, Social Studies

Navajo sandpainting

Navajo sandpainting

Navajo Sandpaintings, also called dry paintings, are called "places where the gods come and go" in the Navajo language. They are used in curing ceremonies in which the gods' help is requested for harvests and healing.

) Navajo Sand paintings, also called dry paintings, are called "places where the gods come and go" in the Navajo language. They are used in curing ceremonies in which the gods' help is requested for harvests and healing.

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