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Navajo Nation for Kids

   
Navajo Navigation

Diet

Homes

Culture

Warfare

Featured Groups
 
Iroquois
Sioux
Cherokee
Navajo
Chinook
Pequot
Lenni Lenape
Powhatan
Wampanoag
Pueblo
Inuit
 
Native Am. Navigation
 
Integrated, interactive Activities
Native American Homes
Native American Wars
Famous Native Americans
Smallpox
Trail of Tears
Resource Types
Interactive Buffalo
Totem Pole Maker

Navajo Nation Flag

The word “Navajo” actually originated from the Spanish, who called the Dineh people Apache de Navajo to distinguish them from the Apaches. The Navajos called themselves “Dineh,” or, “The People.” The Navajo lived in the desert southwest near the four corners region of Colorado, Utah, New Mexico, and Arizona.

 

Canoyn de Chelly – Scared Navajo Land