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The Navajo Indians

By Edwardy, William M.

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Title: The Navajo Indians  
Author: Edwardy, William M.
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Language: English
Subject: Sacred Texts, Native American, Navajo
Collections: Classic Sacred Texts
Historic
Publication Date:
1890
Publisher: Sacred Text

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Description: Fort Wingate, the largest military post in the Southwest, is situated some three miles south of the line of the Atlantic and Pacific Railroad, and not many miles from the Arizona border. Department head-quarters are situated here, and a garrison of nine companies, mostly of the Sixth United States Cavalry, and one company of Indian scouts is constantly maintained. This large force is considered necessary to guard against any possible outbreak of the Navajo Indians, who roam over an extensive reservation, embracing nearly twenty thousand square miles of territory in northwestern New Mexico and northeastern Arizona

 

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