Navajo Nation, Arizona (Tribe)

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Tribal Headquarters

The Navajo Nation
P.O. Box 9000, Window Rock, AZ 86515
Telephone: (928) 871-6000

Welcome to the Navajo Nation Government

History

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Timelines

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Brief Timeline

  • Mid 1700s: Spanish sent missionaries
  • 1846: Treaty
  • 1846-48: Mexican War
  • 1848: Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo Mexico cede the Southwest to the United States
  • 1849: Treaty
  • 1860: Attacted Fort Defiance
  • 1862: Kit Carson began scorched-earth offensive
  • 1864-1866: Relocated with Apache to New Mexico, at Bosque Redondo near Fort Sumner, about 200 Navajos died on the 300 mile trek. - "The Long Walk".  It is estimated 2,000 died while at Bosque Redondo  
  • 1868: Treaty, granted reservation
  • World War II: Navajo Code Talkers

Additional References to the History of the Tribe and/or Band

Reservations

Navajo Nation, Arizona (Reservation)

Records

Begin your search for records concerning members of the Navajo Nation by searching the FamilyHistory Library Catalog on the subject of "Navajo." Click on the Catalog link from FamilySearch.

You may also find additional information from

The National Archives at Fort Worth, Texas
1400 John Burgess Drive
Fort Worth, Texas 76140
Phone: 817-551-2000
Fax: 817-551-2037

Native American Records
National Archives
Archival Research Catalog
Historical Records Online
Native American Records

Important Web Sites

Office of Navajo Nation Library
P.O. Box 9040
Window Rock, Arizona 86515
Telephone:(928)871-6376
Fax: (928)871-7304

References


Bibliography

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  • United States, and National Archives (U.S.). Indian Census Rolls, 1885-1940. Pueblo Bonito (Navajo Indians). Washington, D.C.: The Bureau, 1909. WorldCat 607101180
  • United States, and National Archives (U.S.). Indian Census Rolls, 1885-1940. Pueblo Day Schools (Pueblo and Navajo Indians). Washington, D.C.: The Bureau, 1912. WorldCat 498301486
  • Kurtz, Ronald J. Ronald J. Kurtz Cañoncito Navajo research papers. 1945. WorldCat 62320768
  • Navajo County Genealogical Society. Bits & Bytes. Winslow, AZ: The Society, 1990. WorldCat 46887415
  • Quelle, Wilma. Steps to Navajo History. [S.l.]: Publishamerica Inc, 2009. WorldCat 537289138
  • Wilkins, Teresa. Patterns of Exchange: Navajo Weavers and Traders. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 2008. WorldCat 173640839
  • Bsumek, Erika Marie. Indian-Made: Navajo Culture in the Marketplace, 1868-1940. Lawrence: University Press of Kansas, 2008. WorldCat 225875115
  • Yazzie, Ethelou. Navajo History. Volume 1. Chinle, AZ: Rough Rock Press, 1971. WorldCat 80908548
  • Independent School District No. 22 (Shiprock, N.M.). Navajo History. Shiprock, N.M.: The District, 1971. WorldCat 41159825
  • Navajo History. Many Farms, Ariz: Navajo Community College Press, 1971. WorldCat 25259506