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The Navajo Indians

(1850—1951)

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General Facts:
Language: Navajo 1
Modern Government: Three-branch, legislative, executive, and judicial 1
Today's Population: More than 250,000 1
Navajo & Apache sheep raids:
1846-1850 2
Navajo code talkers used in WWII:
1941-1945 2
Navajo reject Indian Reorganization Act:
1935 2
Oil discovered on Navajo reservation:
1921 2
The Long Walk to Fort Sumner, New Mexico:
1864 2
Treaty of Bosque Redondo creates reservation:
1868 2
Uranium discovered on a Navajo reservation:
1951 2
Place:
Location: Arizona 3
Place:
Location: New Mexico 3
Place:
Location: Utah 3

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