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Title Navajo canyon country.

Published [Los Angeles?] : Avalon Daggett Productions, 1954.

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 UniM INTERNET video    AVAILABLE
Physical description 1 online resource (13 minutes).
Series American history in video.
American history in video.
Credits Producer and photographer, Avalon Daggett; narrator, Tom McKee.
Summary Describes the life of the Navajo Indians who live in the canyons and on the plains of northern Arizona and New Mexico. Shows different types of dwellings, including hogans, tents, caves, and simple shelters. Portrays the Navajos caring for sheep, butchering the meat, weaving the long-fibered wool and bagging the remainder for sale at a trading post. Shows ruins and petroglyphs attributed to Pueblo Indians who lived among the canyons in prehistoric times. Includes a brief historical sketch of the Navajos.
Reproduction Electronic reproduction. Alexandria, VA : Alexander Street Press, 2009. (American history in video). Available via World Wide Web.
Other author Daggett, Avalon.
McKee, Tom, 1917-1960.
Daggett (Avalon) Productions, Los Angeles.
Subject Navajo Indians.