Pueblo and Navajo
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They used all the tools around them
there physical environment is dry lands and the desert
no no child they were indians
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Alfred W. Yazzie has written: 'Navajo oral tradition' -- subject(s): Bilingual, Folklore, Indians of North America, Juvenile literature, Navajo Indians, Navajo language, Navajo language materials, Navajo mythology, Texts
with wood and wire
to provide and defend their families...
They, like any group, modified their environment as much as they could and adapted to what they could not modify.
Mostly, the Navajo used deer skin to make skirts, vests, dresses, and other materials to make moccasins.
they live in four corners, but Colorado is not popular among them.
Aside from whatever cultural contributions the Navajo made, during World War II Navajo men worked as "code talkers" to provide the US military with a form of field communication that could not be understood by the enemy.
The Navajo Indians lived in The southwest part of the USA and lived In dessert climate.
they ate people.
The proper adjective form for Navajo is Navajo, as in Navajo Nation, Navajo people, Navajo history, Navajo art, etc. An example sentence: We visited the Navajo display at the museum to see the Navajo jewelry.
To join the Navajo tribe, you will need a Certificate of Blood (COB). To obtain a COB, you will need to know to which chapter of the Navajo reservation your great-grandparent belonged (chapters are districts in the Navajo reservation where your ancestor was born or may have lived). After obtaining this information, you will need to apply through the agency in Window Rock, Arizona. You will need to provide your birth certificate and your parents' birth certificates. The agency will approve your application and send you your COB. However, you must be at least one-quarter Navajo qualify. If one of your great-grandparents was Navajo, that would make your grandparent (their child) half Navajo, your parent one quarter Navajo, and you only one-eighth Navajo.
The qualities of the Navajo blankets that created a demand for them as a trade item included the bright colors and the excellent weaving structure. These blankets were made from quality materials and were extremely durable as well.
There is no word for sorry in Navajo.
I don't know what you mean by "materials". They carried the same personal equipment as other marines. The code itself was developed as something they were able to memorize so that there was no codebook or device to capture. It could not be understood by other Navajo speakers. It would just seem like a long string of words with no grammar. One Navajo man was captured and tortured but he could not understand it. They had to constantly practice to make sure they knew it correctly. For every letter substitution there were three options. For common military nouns there were Navajo code words. The only "materials" they had were the same ones as any marine radio operator at the time. There were two Navajo guys assigned to each radio so it wasn't two hard to carry everything.
In order to obtain materials for making Navajo pottery you must first learn songs and prayers for removing clay and items for the pottery. these songs are for the dine deties that govern harmony for ones self. with out these songs and prayers you maybe come sick and disablities may occur. the earth and humans must live in harmony and respect must be given. Only people that have pottery and items may show you if you ask them for assistants. Travis Manygoats, Navajo potter
In English is is called Navajo, In Navajo is it called Diné bizaad. There are over 300,000 Navajo, about 175,000- 200,000 speak Navajo.
There are two ways you can say "Navajo" in Navajo. Dinémeans "The People" in Navajo. The Navajo call themselves "Diné". Nabeehó is another way of saying Navajo.