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NAVAJO INDIANS IN WORLD WAR II

It was a great week in California for the code talkers

Article Date: 
January 9, 1975
Article Abstract: 
Code talkers honored at Camp Pendleton, participate in Rose Bowl parade. Pictures
Language: 
English

Indian jargon won our battles

Author: 
P. Johnston
Article Date: 
October-December 1964
Article Abstract: 
Written by the man who conceived the idea of the Navajo code
Language: 
English

Faces of the code

Article Date: 
Summer 1989
Article Abstract: 
Photos of seven remaining Code Talkers by Kenji Kawano, a Japanese-born photographer who now lives in Window Rock and has become a part of the Navajo community
Language: 
English

Editorial on the dedication of a monument to the Code Talkers

Author: 
M. Windsor
Article Date: 
June 1989
Article Abstract: 
3/2/89 a bronze of a Native American boy with a flute was dedicated in Phoenix, the work of Doug Hyde, a Native American. Shows Sam Billison, a Code Talker
Language: 
English

Creator of 1974 Navajo plate was war hero, too

Author: 
D. Williams
Article Date: 
February 1974
Language: 
English

Code talkers receive commendation

Article Date: 
January 30 1975
Language: 
English