Navajo Long Walk

Navajo Long Walk

The Tragic Story of A Proud People's Forced March From Their Homeland

Book - 2002
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Powerfully written from the perspective of the Navajos and illustrated with deeply personal interpretations of historic events, this book sheds fresh light on a shameful episode of American history.

Baker & Taylor
Tells the tragic story of how, in the 1860s, U.S. soldiers forced thousands of Navajos to march to a desolate reservation four hundred miles from their homeland in an effort to "civilize" them, only to have hundreds die along the way and the rest find unspeakable living conditions at their destination. Teacher's Guide available.

Baker
& Taylor

Describes how, in the 1860s, U.S. soldiers forced thousands of Navajos to march to a desolate reservation four hundred miles from their homeland, only to have hundreds die along the way and the rest find unspeakable living conditions at their destination.

Publisher: Washington, D.C. : National Geographic Society, 2002
ISBN: 9780792270584
0792270584
Branch Call Number: 979.1004972 B8309n 2002 CHILD
Characteristics: vii, 47 p. : col. ill. ; 28 cm
Additional Contributors: Begay, Shonto - Illustrator

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