Navajo Long Walk: Tragic Story of a Proud Peoples Forced March from Homeland

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In an attempt to "civilize" Native Americans in the 1860s, U.S. soldiers forced thousands of Navajo to march 400 miles from their homeland to a desolate reservation. Hundreds died along the way, and the survivors found unspeakable living conditions at their destination. This powerfully written narrative sheds a fresh light on a shameful episode in American history. Full-color illustrations.

Navajo Long Walk: Tragic Story of a Proud Peoples Forced March from Homeland 2002, National Geographic Society, Washington, DC

ISBN-13: 9780792270584

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