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Lands Of The Navajo 2018

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ISBN : 0692824472
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2018 wall calendar. Black and white Photographic calendar picturing Navajo lands and historic sites.

Her Land Her Love

Author : Evangeline Parsons-Yazzie
ISBN : 1893354954
Genre : Navajo Indians
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Beauty Beside Me

Author : Seraphine G. Yazzie
ISBN : 1893354075
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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Describes how Navajo grandmothers wear their colorful traditional skirts as they go about the activities of daily life while sharing their knowledge, wisdom, and love with their granddaughters.

Navajo Sovereignty

Author : Lloyd L. Lee
ISBN : 9780816534081
Genre : History
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"A call for the rethinking Navajo sovereignty in a way more rooted in Navajo beliefs, culture, and values"--Provided by publisher.


Author : Traci Brynne Voyles
ISBN : 081669267X
Genre : Navajo Indian Reservation
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Wastelanding tells the history of the uranium industry on Navajo land in the U.S. Southwest, asking why certain landscapes and the peoples who inhabit them come to be targeted for disproportionate exposure to environmental harm. Uranium mines and mills on the Navajo Nation land have long supplied U.S. nuclear weapons and energy programs. By 1942, mines on the reservation were the main source of uranium for the top-secret Manhattan Project. Today, the Navajo Nation is home to more than a thousand abandoned uranium sites. Radiation-related diseases are endemic, claiming the health and lives of former miners and nonminers alike. Traci Brynne Voyles argues that the presence of uranium mining on Diné (Navajo) land constitutes a clear case of environmental racism. Looking at discursive constructions of landscapes, she explores how environmental racism develops over time. For Voyles, the "wasteland," where toxic materials are excavated, exploited, and dumped, is both a racial and a spatial signifier that renders an environment and the bodies that inhabit it pollutable. Because environmental inequality is inherent in the way industrialism operates, the wasteland is the "other" through which modern industrialism is established. In examining the history of wastelanding in Navajo country, Voyles provides "an environmental justice history" of uranium mining, revealing how just as "civilization" has been defined on and through "savagery," environmental privilege is produced by portraying other landscapes as marginal, worthless, and pollutable.

Kappler S Indian Affairs Laws And Treaties

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Congressional Record

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ISBN : OSU:32435079781746
Genre : Law
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