Read a free children's book online today and help LitWorld provide books to the families of the Navajo Nation. For every book you read between now and January in support of LitWorld's Navajo Nation campaign, We Give Books will donate one book to help LitWorld's effort to supply every family on the Navajo Nation with books to read together.
Navajo Pictures - See over 1400 Photos of the Diné (Navajo People), and, Dinétah (Navajoland). Albums include Navajo Men, Woman, Children, Rugs, Weavers, Navajo Nation Fair Shiprock Fair, Miss Navajo Pageants and many others. - Navajo People Photo Gallery
1884. Henry Chee Dodge, Navajo Chief... Born in 1860 to the daughter of the Navajo Nabahi and Mexican interpreter at Ft. Defiance, Chee became orphaned in 1864. The Fort´s officers named him after Capt. Henry L. Dodge. In 1884, he succeeded Manuelito as Head Chief of the Navajo Nation and later the first leader of the Navajo Tribal Council. (Photo:Wittick, 1884).
"The state of Arizona does not observe Daylight Savings Time. The Navajo Nation in Arizona does observe Daylight Savings Time. The Hopi Nation, an enclave within Navajo land, does not observe Daylight Savings Time."