Navajo northern traditional dancer Brando Jack of White Cone, Ariz. dances during grand entry on Saturday afternoon, June 1, 2013, during the 16th Annual Powwow in the Pines in Pinetop, Ariz.  (Diego James Robles)

Navajo northern traditional dancer Brando Jack of White Cone, AZ dances during grand entry on June during the Annual Powwow in the Pines in Pinetop, AZ (Diego James Robles)

Navajo People - The Diné - Information about the Navajo People, Language, History, and Culture. - Navajo Indians

The Diné - Information about the Navajo People, Language, History, and Culture.

Navajo (Diné) mother tying her daughter's hair using brush. Undated (1920s?). Source - University of Wyoming, American Heritage Center, via facebook.com/mosesonthemesa

Navajo (Diné) mother tying her daughter's hair using brush. Undated Source - University of Wyoming, American Heritage Center

Petroglyphs of the Dinetah, ancestors of the Navajo people, Largo Canyon, New Mexico

Detail of pictograph panel, Crow Canyon. Navajo people interpret this as a representation of Gháá' ask'idii.

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Studio portrait of a Native American (Navajo) woman with a child in a cradleboard on her back. She wears boot moccasins.

The Navajo People - tough and brave people - have a deep relationship to the alien gods. The Holy Ones, who came from the sky, were their teachers in a...

The Navajo People - tough and brave people - have a deep relationship to the alien gods. The Holy Ones, who came from the sky, were their teachers in a.

A petroglyph of the Monster Slayer, one of the Hero Twins. This petroglyph was created by the Dinetah, the ancestors of the Navajo people. Largo Canyon, New Mexico.

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