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NAVAJO INDIANS - AGRICULTURE

The Navajo Indian irrigation project: muddied past, clouded future

Author: 
M.L.Lawson
Article Date: 
Winter 1976
Language: 
English
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The destruction of Navajo orchards in 1864; Captain John Thompson's report

Author: 
S.C.Jett
Article Date: 
Winter 1974
Language: 
English
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Spicer, E.H. and Collier, J. Sheepmen and technicians: a program of soil conservation on the Navajo Indian Reservation

Author: 
Edward Holland Spicer
Language: 
English
Notes: 
Spicer, E.H. and Collier, J. Sheepmen and technicians: a program of soil conservation on the Navajo Indian Reservation In Spicer, Edward Holland. Human problems in technological change. p.185-207
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Sheep in Navajo culture and social organization

Author: 
G.Witherspoon
Article Date: 
October 1973
Language: 
English
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Sheep buying time in the '20s.

Author: 
A.P.Kopta
Article Date: 
December 12, 1976
Article Abstract: 
The author, at 94, recalls a long association with Arizona Indian people
Language: 
English
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Sasaki, T. and Adair, J. New land to farm: agricultural practices among the Navajo Indians of New Mexico

Author: 
Edward Holland Spicer
Language: 
English
Notes: 
Sasaki, T. and Adair, J. New land to farm: agricultural practices among the Navajo Indians of New Mexico In Spicer, Edward Holland. Homan problems in technological change. p.97-111
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Sacred sheep of the Navajos

Author: 
N. Murbarger
Article Date: 
August 1950
Language: 
English
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R. M. Society tours Navajoland

Author: 
D.Schaus
Article Date: 
August 1967
Language: 
English
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Navajo sheepman get hope from disaster relief program

Article Date: 
July 7, 1957
Article Abstract: 
Photographs
Language: 
English
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Native Navaho methods for the control of insect pests

Author: 
L. C. Wyman and F. L. Bailey
Article Date: 
January 1952
Language: 
English
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