The Navajo: A Indigenous American Tribe
The Navajo - A Native American Tribe
The Navajo tribe was probably the most well-known and interesting tribes in American
history. It important that persons know our indigenous American backdrop and who
welcomed us in to the new world
It is believed that Ancestors of the Navajos traveled from the northwest Pacific
Coast and western Canada to the southwestern USA between 1300 and 1600.
Much of the territory was occupied by the Ute and Pueblo tribes who soon after became Navajo
enemies. The Navajos had been hunters and gathers of crazy plant life, roots, berries, and nuts.
Their language is Athapaskan which is normally spoken by native persons in western Canada.
The Navajos call themselves Dineh, "the persons" plus they call their original
homeland in the Southwest Dinetah. Dinetah was found in northwestern New Mexico
and northeastern Arizona, south of the San Juan River. The Dineh split up into small
bands so that you can find land to go on. Navajo means "planted fields in a valley" which was
given to them by the Spanish in the seventeenth century. The Navajos achieved other Native