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The following bibliography of Navajo affairs has been compiled largely by findings in
the U.S. Monthly Catalog of Documents Each subject is listed alphabetically and within
each subject each entry is listed chronologically. A page number or entry number
identifies the part from the book in which it came.

1. Acts
2. Amendments
3. Courts and hearings
4. Economic Conditions, funding, expenditures
5. Education- This includes concerns on tribal education, educational materials such as
        pamphlets and primers
6. Federal/Reservation issues, including delegations and regulations, conditions and
        claims
7. Goods, Production including livestock, wool
8. Health services
9. Land- This includes boundaries, acquisition, monuments, geology, geography,
        Stratigraphy.
10. Periodical Publications- includes annuals
11. Populations
12. Rehabilitation and Relief
13. Resources- This includes telephones, roads, energy, power and gas
14. Tribal culture/history- Includes issues on myths, religions, documents from
        Ethnology Reports, etc.
15. Water- This includes dams and reservoirs, irrigation projects




ACTS

Navajo Reservation. H.R. 8927 act to define exterior boundaries of Navajo Indian
      Reservation in Arizona and for other purposes. [Approved June 14, 1934.] 3 p. (
      Public 352.) (p. 1229)

Navajo Reservation. S. 3972, act to authorize exchanges of lands within Navajo Indian
      Reservation, Ariz. Approved July 10, 1940. 1 p. (Public 734.) (p. 1039)

Navajo Indians. S. 4212. Act for relief of certain Navajo Indians. Approved Oct. 21,
      1940. 1 p. (Private 557.) (p. 1456)




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Navajo Reservation. S. 1296, act to amend act authorizing annual appropriations for
      maintenance of that portion of Gallup-Durango highway across Navajo Indian
      Reservation, and providing reimbursement therefore. Approved May 28, 1941. 1
      p. (Public law 78) (p. 806)

Navajo Reservation. H.R. 2143, act to authorize Secretary of Interior to exchange lands
      within Navajo Indian Reservation, Ariz., [for lands held by Woman’s Board of
      Home Missions of Presbyterian Church]. Approved May 29, 1944. 1 p. (Public
      law 337.) (p. 757).

Helium. Act authorizing certain agreements with respect to rights in helium-bearing gas
      lands in Navajo Indian Reservation, N. Mex. Approved June 27, 1947. 1 p.
      (Public law 152, 80th Congress. Chapter 158, 1 sess.) (p. 955)

H. R. 4627, act to authorize appropriation for immediate relief of Navajo and Hopi
       Indians, and for other purposes. Approved Dec. 19, 1947. 1 p. (Chapter 521, 1st
       session.) (Entry 2937).

H.R. 5390, act to authorize Secretary of Interior to exchange certain Navajo tribal land
       for certain Utah State land. Approved Sept. 7, 1949. 1 p. (Chapter 576, 1st
       session.) (Entry 2192).

S. 1321, act to declare that United States holds certain lands in trust for Pueblo Indians
       and Canoncito Navajo group in New Mexico, and for other purposes. [Approved
       Aug. 13, 1949.] 2 p. (Chapter 425, 1st session.) (Entry 19123)

S. 170, act to authorize transfer of certain property to Secretary of Interior, and for other
        purposes. Approved Mar. 17, 1949. 1 p. (Chapter 22, 1st session.) (Entry 8920)

S. 2734, act to promote rehabilitation of Navajo and Hopi tribes of Indians and better
       utilization of resources of Navajo and Hopi Indian Reservations and for other
       purposes. [Approved Apr. 19, 1950.] 4 p. (Chapter 92, 2d session.) (Entry 9020).

H.R. 130, act to amend act approved June 27, 1947 (61 Stat. 189). [Approved July 29,
       1954.] 2 p. (chapter 644, 2d session.) (Entry 14090).

S. 1906 act to authorize pueblos of San Lorenzo and Pojoaque in New Mexico to sell
       certain lands to Navaho tribe, and for other purposes. Approved Aug. 9, 1955. 1 p.
       (Chapter 636, 1st session.) (Entry 14442)

H. R. 6374, act to repeal legislation relating to Gallup-Durango highway and Gallup-
       Window Rock highway at Navajo Indian Reservation. Approved June 4, 1956. 1
       p. (Chapter 369, 2d session.) (Entry 6044).




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S. 3547, act to amend sec.1 of Act of Aug. 9, 1955 (69 Stat. 555), authorizing sale of
       certain land by Pueblos of San Lorenzo and Pojoaque. Approved July 11, 1956. 1
       p. (Chapter 559, 2d sess.) (Entry 14453)

S. 3547, act to provide for exchange of lands between United States and Navajo Tribe,
       and for other purposes. [Approved Sept. 2, 1958.] 5 p. *Paper, 5c. (Entry 14211).

S. 692, act to determine rights and interest of Navaho Tribe, Hopi Tribe and individual
        Indians to area set aside by Executive order of De. 16, 1882, and for other
        purposes. Approved July 22, 1958. 1 p. *Paper 5c. (Entry 11744).

S. 3468, act to provide for construction and improvement of certain on Navajo and Hopi
       Indian Reservations. Approved Aug. 23, 1958. 1 p. *Paper, 5c. (Entry 14085)

H.R. 8295, act to authorize transfer to Navajo Tribe of irrigation project works on Navajo
       Reservation, and for other purposes, Approved July 12, 1960. 1 p. *Paper, 5c.
       (Entry 13079).

H.R. 6329, act to convey certain land in McKinley County, N. Mex., to Navajo Tribe of
       Indians. Approved Apr. 9, 1960. 1 p. *Paper 5c. (Entry 6460)

S. 2456 act to amend act of Apr. 19, 1950 (64 Stat. 44; 25 USC 635) to better promote
       rehabilitation Navajo and Hopi Tribes of Indians, and for other purposes.
       Approved June 11, 1960. 1 p. *Paper, 5c. (Entry 10714).

H.R. 9342, act to provide for exchange of lands between United States and Southern Ute
       Tribe, and for other purposes, [Approved Oct. 15, 1962.] 3 p. *Paper, 5c. (Entry
       23228)

Act to authorize Secretary of Interior to construct, operate, and maintain Navajo Indian
        irrigation project and initial stage of San Juan Chama project as participating
        projects of Colorado River storage project, and for other purposes. [Approved
        June 13, 1962.] 7 p. *Paper 5c (Entry 15070)

S. 1931, act to provide that United States shall hold certain lands in trust for member of
       Alamo Band of Puertocito Navajo Indians. Approved Apr. 30, 1964. 1 p. *Paper,
       5c. (Entry 10146).

S. 192, act approving compromise and settlement agreement of Navajo Tribe of Indians
        and authorizing tribe to execute and Secretary of Interior to approve any oil and
        gas leases entered into pursuant to agreement. Approved Nov. 20, 1963. 1 p.
        *Paper 5c. (Entry 262).

S. 2745, act to provide for observance of centennial of signing of 1868 treaty of peace
       between Navajo Indian Tribe and United States. Approved May 17, 1968. 1 p.
       *Paper 5c. (Entry 19173)



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S. 491, act to determine rights and interest of Navajo Tribe and Ute Mountain Tribe of
        Ute Mountain Reservation in and to certain lands in New Mexico, and for other
        purposes. [Approved Feb. 14, 1968]. 2 p. *Paper, 5c. (Entry 70850.)

S. 3227, act to provide for disposition of funds appropriated to pay judgment in favor of
       Southern Paiute Nation of Indian Claims and Commission dockets, numbered
       88.330 and 330-A, and for other purposes. [Approved Oct. 17, 1968.] 2 p. *Paper,
       5c. (Entry 17017)

H.R. 11334, act to authorize grants for Navajo Community College and for other
       purposes. Approved December 15, 1971, 1 p. *Paper, 5c. (Entry 5095).

H.R. 10337, act to provide for final settlement of conflicting rights and interest of Hopi
       and Navajo Tribes to and in lands lying with joint use area of reservation
       established by Executive order of Dec. 16, 1882, and lands lying within
       reservation created by act of June 14, 1934, and for other purposes. [Approved
       Dec. 22, 1974.] 12 p. *Paper, 5c. (Entry 05012)


AMENDMENTS

Woolen Goods. Amendment of Regulations governing Navajo all-wool woven fabric, use
      of Government certificate of genuineness. [June 5, 1939.] 2 p. I
      20.12:N22/3/amdt. (p. 1433).

Amending sec. 1 of act approved June 27, 1947 (61 Stat. 189). Report from Committee
     on Interior and Insular Affairs to accompany H.R. 130. July 24, 1953. 7 p. [relates
     to certain agreements with respect to rights in helium-bearing gas land in Navajo
     Indian Reservation, N. Mex.] (Entry 15403)

Amending sec. 1 of act approved June 27, 1947 (61 Stat. 189.) [Report from Committee
     on Interior and Insular Affairs to accompany H.R. 7487. June 25, 1952. 5 p.
     Relates to certain agreements with respect to rights in helium-bearing gas land in
     Navajo Indian Reservation, N. Mex.] (Entry 13279)

Amending act of June 27, 1947, concerning helium-bearing gas lands, Navajo
     Reservation, N. Mex. Report from Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs to
     accompany H.R. 130. July 10, 1954. 9 p. (Entry 12082).

Amending sec. 1 of act of Aug 9, 1955 (69 Stat. 555), authorizing sale of certain land by
     Pueblos of San Lorenzo and Pojoaque. Report from Committee on Interior and
     Insular Affairs to accompany S. 3547. June 27, 1956. 3 p. (Entry 12057).

Amending act of Apr. 19, 1950 (64 Stat. 44; 25 USC 635), to better promote
     rehabilitation of Navajo and Hopi Tribes of Indians, Report from Committee on


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       Interior and Insular Affairs to accompany S. 2456. Feb. 23, 1960. 7 p. (Entry
       5144)

Amending act of Apr. 19, 1960 (64 Stat. 44; 25 USC 365), to better promote
     rehabilitation of Navajo and Hopi Tribes of Indians. Report from Committee on
     Interior and Insular Affairs to accompany S. 2456. May 24, 1960. (Entry 10780).

Amending act of Mar. 1, 1933 (47 Stat. 1418), to permanently set aside certain lands in
     Utah as addition to Navajo Indian Reservation and for other purposes. Report
     from Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs to accompany S. 2535. Aug. 25,
     1966. 5 p. (Entry 881).

Amending act of Mar. 1, 1933 (47 Stat. 1418), to permanently set aside certain lands in
     Utah as addition to Navajo Indian Reservation and for other purposes. Report
     from Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs to accompany S. 391 Nov. 1,
     1967. 7 p. (Entry 475).

Amending act of Mar. 1, 1933 (47 Stat. 1418), to permanently set aside certain lands in
     Utah as addition to Navajo Indian Reservation and for other purposes. Report
     from Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs to accompany S. 391 Apr. 29,
     1968.

Amending act of June 13, 1962, with respect to Navajo Indian irrigation project. Report
     from Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs to accompany S. 203. Aug 7,
     1969. 8 p. (Entry 13992).

COURTS AND HEARINGS

Navajo and Hopi Indians, hearing before subcommittee, 80th Congress, 2d session, on
      Navajo and Hopi Indians educational and medical services. Mar. 29, 1948. 1948
      ii+41 p. *Paper 15c. Item 308. L.C. card 48-45925 Y 4.J89/2:In7/2 (Entry 10757)

Rehabilitation of Navajo and Hopi Indians, hearings before subcommittee 80th
       Congress, 2d session, on S. 2362, Mar. 29- Apr. 29, 1948. 1948. iii+ 575p.
       *Paper $1.25. Item 305. L.C. card 48-46860. Y 4.In 8/13:N 22/2.
       (Entry 22149)

T. Rehabilitation of Navajo and Hopi Indians, hearings before subcommittee, 80th
       Congress, 2d session. On S 2449, May 10 and 11, L.C. card 48-46860. Y 4.
       In 8/13:C22/8 (Entry 22149)

Rehabilitation of Navajo and Hopi Indians, hearing before subcommittee, 81st
       Congress, 1st Session, on S. 1407, Apr. 20, 1949. iii+105 p. il. L.C. card
       49-46496 Y 4.In 8/13: N 22/3 (Entry 14302).




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Navajo and Hopi rehabilitation, hearings before subcommittee on public lands,
      81st Congress, 1st Session, on H.R. 3476, Apr. 18- May 18, 1949. 1949.
      iii+273 p. il. (Entry 17020)

Navajo irrigation, San Juan-Chama diversion, hearings before subcommittee
      on irrigation and reclamation, 85th Congress, 2d session, on S, 3648, July 9
      and 10, 1958. 1958. iv+233+vi+104 p. il. map. Item 1040. L.C. card 58-
      61644 Y 4.In 8/13:N 22/4 (Entry 12610)

Navajo irrigation- San Juan-Chama diversion, N. Mex., hearing before
      subcommittee on irrigation and reclamation, 86th Congress, 1st session, on
      S. 72, Mar. 16, 1959. 1959. iii+45p. Item 1040. L.C. card 59-61124. Y
      4.In 8/13: K 66/3. (Entry 7623)

Legislation concerning Navajo Tribe, hearing, 86th Congress, 2d session, on
       general legislative matters concerning Navajo Tribe of Indians, Jan. 29,
       1960. 1960. ii+38 p. Item 1021-A. L.C. card 60-60643. Y 4.N 22/4: L 52.
       (Entry 6674)

San Juan-Chama reclamation project and Navajo Indian irrigation project,
       hearing before subcommittee on irrigation and reclamation, 86th Congress,
       2d session, on H.R. 2352, H.R. 2494, and S. 72, May 20, 1960. iii+212 p.
       L.C. card 60-62078 (Entry 13436).

Proposed amendments to 1958 Navajo-US land exchange act, hearing before
      subcommittee on Indian affairs, 86th Congress, 2d session, on S. 2156,
      June 22, 1960. 1960. iii+60 p. Item 1040. L.C. Card 61-60104. Y. 4.In
      8/13: N 22/5 (Entry 1899).

Navajo Indian irrigation project, hearing before Subcommittee on Water and
      Power Resources, 91st Congress, 1st session, on S. 203, July 15, 1969.
      1969. iii+34 p. Item 1040. L.C. card 78-603371. Y 4.In 8/13: N 22/7.
      (Entry 14045)

Partition of Navajo and Hopi 1882 reservation, hearing before Subcommittee
        on Indian Affairs, 92nd Congress, 2d version on H.R. 11128, H.R. 4753,
        and H.R. 4754, Apr. 17 and 18, 1972. 1972. vi+284 p. il. L.C. card 72-
        602137 (Entry 10811)

Partition of Navajo and Hopi 1882 Reservation, hearings before Subcommittee
        on Indian Affairs, 93rd Congress, 1st session, on H.R. 5647. H.R. 7679, and
        H.R. 7716 (Navajo-Hopi dispute), May 14 and 15, 1973. 1974. iii+124 p.
        il. + Item 1023. Y 4.In 8/14: 93-18. (Entry 08398).

United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Public Works, Subcommittee
       on Economic Development. The impact of energy development on



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       northwestern New Mexico: hearing before the Subcommittee on
       Economic Development of the Committee on public works, United States
       Senate, Ninety-fourth congress, second session, March 12, 1976…--
       Washington: US Govt. Print. Off., 1976. iii, 625 p.: ill.; 23 cm. – (Serial No. 94-
       H35) Hearings held in Farmington, N. Mex. Bibliography: p. 586-592 Item 1045
       pbk.1. Energy policy- New Mexico. 2. Navaho Indians –Economic conditions. 3.
       New Mexico—Economic Conditions. I. Title. II. Series: United States.
       Congress. Senate. Committee on Public Works. [Committee publication] serial,
       94th Congress; no. 94-H35.
       OCLC: 2382409

ECONOMIC CONDITIONS, FUNDING, EXPENDITURES

Indian Affairs Office. Bureau of Indian Affairs, supplemental estimate of
       appropriation, fiscal year, 1927, for Department of Interior, Bureau
       of Indian Affairs, from tribal funds of Navajo Indians. Feb. 17, 1927. 2 p.
       (H. doc. 734, 69th Cong. 2d sess.) *Paper, 5c. (p. 649).

Providing for disposition and use of tribal funds of Navajo tribe of Indians.
       Report from Committee on Public Lands to accompany H.R. 4642. Apr. 7
       1948. 2 p. (Entry 10403).

Providing for disposition and use of tribal funds of Navajo tribe of Indians.
       Report from Committee on Public Lands to accompany H. R. 994. Mar. 2,
       1949. 2 p. (Entry 7034)

Authorizing certain expenditures by Joint Committee on Navajo-Hopi Indian
       Administration. Report from Committee on House Administration to
       accompany S. Con. Res. 64. Apr. 9, 1952. 1 p. (Entry 7149.)

Authorizing certain expenditures by Joint Committee on Navajo-Hopi Indian
       Administration. Report from Committee on Rules and Administration to
       accompany S. Con. Res. 64. Mar. 26, 1952. 2 p. (Entry 7237)

Need for effective guidance of Navajo tribe of Indians in management of tribal
       funds. Bureau of Indian Affairs, Department of Interior; by Comptroller
       General of United States. June 1966. cover title, [3] leaves+49 p. 4
       degrees. *Paper, $1.00. L.C. card 66-61894. GA 1.13: N 22/12. (entry
       11999)

Authorizing grants for Navajo Community College. Report from Committee on
       Interior and Insular Affairs to accompany H.R. 5068. Nov. 9, 1971. 7 p.
       (Entry 337).




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Authorizing grants for Navajo Community College. Report from Committee on
       Interior and Insular Affairs to accompany H.R. 5086. Dec. 2, 1971. 7 p.
       (Entry 1552).

United States. Bureau of Indian Affairs.
       Navajo Area Progress report, 1975. –Window Rock, Ariz.: [US Dept. of
       the Interior], Bureau of Indian Affairs, [1976]. xi, 29 p.: ill., 1 col. map; 28cm.
       Cover by Cato Sells, jr. Item 627 pbk. I. Navajo Indians –Economic conditions. 2.
       Navajo Indian Reservation. I. Title. OCLC: 2153803. I 20.2: N 22/14/975

EDUCATION

Little herder in autumn, ‘Aak’eedgo na’nilkaadi yazhi, [by] Ann Clark; [edited
        by Willard W. Beatty]. [Printing Department, Phoenix Indian School,
        Phoenix, Ariz., Sept. 1940.] [1]+97 p. il. Oblong 12 ([Indian life readers,
        Navaho series no. 1.]) [Illustrated by Hoke Denetososie, linguistics by
        John P. Harrington, Robert W. Young. English and Navajo.] I 20.33:L
        72/2 no. 1 (Entry 992.)

Little herder in spring, Daago na’nilkaadi yazhi, [by] Ann Clark; [edited by
        Willard W. Beatty]. [Printing Department, Phoenix Indian School,
        Phoenix, Ariz., Sept. 1940] {1}+114 p. il. oblong 12 (Indian Affairs
        Office. [Indian life readers, Navaho series no. 3]; Education Division)
        [Illustrated by Hoke Denetososie, linguistics by John P. Harrington,
        Roberts W. Young. I 20.33:L 72/2/no.3 (Entry 993)

Little herder in summer, Shiigo na’nilkaadi yazhi [by] Ann Clark; edited by
        Willard W. Beatty]. [Printing Department, Phoenix Indian School,
        Phoenix Arizona, Feb. 1942.] [1]+126 p. il. oblong 12 (Indian Affairs
        Office [Indian life readers, Navajo series no. 4]; Education Division.)
        [Illustrated by Hoke Denetososie, linguistics by John P. Harrington,
        Robert W. Young. English and Navajo.] I 20.33:L72/2/no.4 (Entry 994)

Little herder in winter, Haigo na’nilkaadi yazhi, [by] Ann Clark; edited by
        Willard W. Beatty]. [Printing Department, Phoenix Indian School,
        Phoenix. Ariz., Feb. 1942.] [1]+111 p. il. oblong 12 ([Indian life readers,
        Navaho series no. 2.]) [Illustrated by Hoke Denetososie, linguistic by John
        P. Harrington, Robert W. Young. English and Navaho.] I 20.33:L
        72/2/no.2 (Entry 995)

Little man’s family, Dine yazhi ba’atchini; by J.B. Enochs. Printing
        Department, Phoenix, Ariz. Sept. 1940] 3 pts. in 1, large 8. ([Indian life
        readers, Navaho serial no. 6].) [Illustrated by Gerald Nailor. Each part has
        an individual title page and pagination. English and Navaho.] I 20.33:L72
        (Entry 996)



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Navajo native dyes, their preparation and use, recipes formulated by Nonabah
      G. Bryan, compiled by Stella Young, [edited by Willard W. Beatty];
      illustrated with drawings by Charles Keetsie Shirley. [Printing
      Department, Chilocco Agricultural School, Chilocco Okla., Feb. 10,
      1940.] 75 p. il. (Education Division; Indian handcrafts 2.) [Text on p. 2
      and 3 of cover.] I 20.31:2 (Entry 999)

Who wants to be a prairie dog? Haisha’t’ aa k’ ad dloo silii? by Ann Clark;
     [edited by Willard W. Beatty]. [Printing Department, Phoenix Indian
     School, Phoenix Ariz., Sept. 1940.] [1]+72 p. il. oblong 12 ([Indian life
     readers, Navaho series no. 5.]) [Illustrated by Van Tsihnahjinnie,
     linguistics by Robert W. Young, John P. Harrington. English and Navajo.]
     (Entry 1012)

Book 3, reader, Dine bizaad wolta’go, bee bihoo’ashii; text by Wycliffe Bible
      Translators in collaboration with Summer Institute of Linguistics,
      illustrated by Andrew Van Tsihnahjinnie. [Phoenix Indian School Printing
      Department, Phoenix, Ariz., Apr. 2, 1948.] [2]+17 p. il. 4 degrees
      [Another illustration on p. 1 of cover.] Paper, 15c., Haskell Institute,
      Lawrence, Kansas. I 20.2:R22. (Entry 16810).

Navaho Life Stories: Coyote Tales, collected by William Morgan ; Navaho text
      and translation by Robert W. Young and William Morgan. [Printing
      Department, Phoenix Indian School, Phoenix, Ariz., Apr. 29, 1949.] 53 p.
      il. oblong 12 degrees. ([Education Division]) [English adaptation by
      Hildegarde Thompson. Illustrations by Andrew Tsihnahjinnie.] Paper,
      30c., Haskell Institute, Lawrence, Kans. I 20.33: C83. (Entry 12217)

Navajo life series: Pre-primer; by Hildegard Thompson, Navajo version by
      Robert W. Young and William Morgan, illustrated by Andrew van
      Tsihuajinnie. Revised 1944. [Printing Department, Phoenix Indian School,
      Phoenix Ariz., Nov 8, 1948.] 23 p. il. (Education Division, Indian
      Service. [Text on p. 2 and 3 of cover.] Paper, 10c., Phoenix Indian
      School. (Entry 3398)

Navajo life series, Primer, by Hildegard Thompson; [Navajo version by Robert
      W. Young and William Morgan]. [Revised 1944] [Printing Department,
      Phoenix Indian School, Phoenix Ariz., Jan. 3, 1949.] 24 p. il. ([Education
      Division.]) [English and Navajo. Illustrated by Andrew Van Tsihnahjinnie.]
      Paper, 10c. Phoenix Indian School, Phoenix Ariz. I 20.33:P 93. (Entry
      5280)

Navaho life series: Coyote tales, collected by William Morgan; Navaho text
      and translation by Robert W. Young and William Morgan. [Printing
      Department, Phoenix Indian School, Phoenix, Ariz., Apr. 29, 1949.] 53 p.
      il. oblong 12 degrees ([Education Division]) [English adaptation by



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       Hildegarde Thompson. Illustrations by Andrew Tsihnahjinnie.] Paper,
       30c., Haskell Institute, Lawrence, Kans. I 20.33:C83 (Entry 12217).

Practice reading. [Phoenix Indian School, Phoenix, Ariz., Nov. 1948.] [4]+24
        p. il. four degrees [Text is in Navajo.] Paper, 10c. Phoenix Indian School,
        Phoenix, Ariz. I 20.2: R22/2. (Entry 5281)

Information about American Indians, pamphlet. You asked about Navajo!
       questions checked for your convenience, education health and economic
       problems of Navajo. n.p. [1950]. [2]+69 p. narrow 12 degrees Haskell
       Institute, Lawrence, Kans. (Entry 13827)

Navaho historical series. 1. Ramah Navahos, Tl’chchiniji dine kee-dahat’-finii
      baa hane by son of former Many Beads, Hastiin Biyo’ Lani Yee Biye’.
      [Phoenix Indian school, Printing Department, Jan. 1949.] cover title,
      [2]+vi+[1]+17 p. [Translated into English and edited by Robert W. Young
      and William Morgan.] Paper, 10c., Haskell Institute, Lawrence, Kans.
      (Entry 5635)

Indian Life Readers, Navaho series. Little man’s family, dine yazhi ba’atchini,
       pre-primer: by J.B. Enochs. 2d edition. [Printing Department, Phoenix
       Indian School, Phoenix Ariz., Feb. 1950.] 35 p. il. [English and Navaho.
       Illustrated by Gerald Nailor.] Paper 20c. Haskell Institute, Lawrence,
       Kans. L.C. card 50-60859. I 20.33: L 72/pre-primer/950. (Entry 13826)

Little herder in autumn, in winter, Na’nilkaadi yazhi, ’aak’eedgo, haigo; by
        Ann Clark. [2nd edition.] Printing Department, Phoenix Indian School,
        Phoenix, Ariz. Aug. 1950.] cover title [1] +199 p. il. oblong 16 degrees
        [English and Navaho. Translated into Navaho by Robert W. Young,
        illustrated by Hoke Denetososie. Text on p. 2 and 3 of cover.] Paper,
        $1.00, Haskell Institute, Lawrence, Kans. L.C. card 50-61573. I 20.33:
        L72/2: no 1, 2/950 (Entry 25339)

Little herder in spring, in summer, Nanilkaadi yazhi daago shiigo; by Ann
        Clark. [2d edition.] [Printing Department, Phoenix Indian School,
        Phoenix, Ariz., Jan. 1950.] cover title, [1] +232 p. il. oblong 16 degrees
        [Translated into Navaho by Robert W. Young, illustrated by Hoks
        Denetsosie. Text on p.2 and 3 of cover. English and Navaho.] Paper,
        $1.00, Haskell Institute, Lawrence, Kans. L.C. card 50-60388. (Entry
        7938)

Little man’s family, dine yazhi ba’atchini, reader: by J.B. Enochs, [2d edition.]
        [Printing Department, Phoenix Indian school, Phoenix, Ariz., 1950.] 78p
        il. (Indian life readers, Navaho series.) [Illustrated by Gerald Nailor.]
        Paper, 30c. Haskell Institute, Lawrence, Kans. L.C. card 51-60221. I
        20.33: L 72/reader/950 (Entry 3715).



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Syphilis among Navajo Indians [with list of references; by] Charles S.
        McCammon, Frank J. Dufner, Francis W. Felsman. [1951.] [2] +6 p. il.
        [From Journal of venereal disease information, Feb. 1951, v. 32, no. 2].
        *Paper, 5c. (Entry 17074)

Vocabulary of Colloquial Navaho; by Robert W. Young, William Morgan.
      Printing Department, Phoenix Indian School, Phoenix, Ariz. 1951.
      [4]+xii+461 p. 12 degrees. [English and Navaho.] Cloth, $1.45, Haskell
      L.C. card 51-60621. I 20.2: N 22/6 (Entry 8565)

Away to school ‘Olta’goo; by Cecil S. King. [Printing Department,
      Phoenix Indian School, Phoenix Ariz., Aug. 1951.] [2]+30 p. il.
      [Navajo by Ramona M. Smith and illustrated by Franklin Kahn.
      Text and another illustration on p. 1-3 of cover.] Paper, 20c.,
      Haskell Institute Lawrence, Kans.

Flag of my country, shikeyah bidah na’at’a’ ; [By Cecil S.] King
        [Printing Department, Phoenix Indian School, Phoenix, Ariz.,
        Aug. 1951.] [2]+36 p. il. [Navajo text by Marian Nez and
        illustrated by Henry Bahe. Text and another illustration on
        p. 1-3 of cover.] Paper, 20c., Haskell Institute, Lawrence,
        Kans. (Entries 703-704.)

Little Navajo herder, [by] Ann Clark; illustrated by Velino Herrara. [Printing
        Department, Sherman Institute, Riverside, Calif., Sept. 15, 1951.] 127 p.
        il. 4 degrees ([Education Branch.]) [Text and other illustrations on p. 1-
        4 of cover.] Paper, $1.00, Haskell Institute, Lawrence, Kans. L.c. card
        53-61114. I 20.2: P 81 (Entry 9378)

You asked about the Navajo! Education, health and economic problems for the
      Navajo. [1957.] [2]+42+[1] p., narrow 12 degrees Haskel Institute,
      Lawrence, Kans. Item 627. L.C. Card 57-61372. I 20.2:N22/10. (Entry
      5621)

Navajo English Dictionary, by Leon Wall; William Morgan, translator.
      [Phoenix Press, Phoenix Indian School, Phoenix Ariz. , 1958] [5]+iii+65
      p. 4 degrees (Navajo Agency Branch of Education, Window Rock, Ariz.)
      Cloth, $1.00. L.C. card 58-62444. I 20.2: N 22/11 (Entry 531)

You asked about the Navajo! Education, health and economic problems of the
      Navajo. [1959] [2] +46 p. narrow 8 degrees. [Includes list entitled
      Information pamphlet about American Indians.] Haskell Institute,
      Lawrence, Kans. I tem 627. L.C. card 60-60271
      I 20.2: N 22/10/595 (Entry 738)




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You asked about the Navajo! Education, health and economic problems of the
      Navajo. [1959.] [2] +46 p. narrow 8 degrees [Includes list entitled
      Information pamphlet about American Indians.] Haskell Institute,
      Lawrence, Kans. Item 627. (Entry 737)

You asked about the Navajo! Education, health and economic problems of the
      Navajo. [1961.] [2] +47 p. narrow 8 degrees. [Includes list of information
      pamphlets about American Indians.] Publication Service, Haskell Institute,
      Lawrence, Kans. Item 627. L.C. card 60-602463. I 20.2: N 22/10/961.
      (Entry 20851).

Doorway toward the light, story of special Navajo education program; by L.
     Madison Coombs. [DPS/Utah] 1962. ix+174 p. il. 4 degrees ([Branch of
     Education.]) *Paper, $1.80. L.C. card 62-62330. I 20.2: D 72. (Entry
     17646)

Manpower training in Navajo land; [by] Virginia S. Hart. [1963.] [4] p. il. 4
     degrees. (OE-80028) [Reprint from School life, Mar. 1963] FS
     5.280:80028 (Entry 12067)

FEDERAL AND RESERVATION ISSUES

Pt. 18, hearings before subcommittee, 71st Congress, 3d session, pursuant to S.
        Res. 79 and 308, 70th Cong., and S. Res. 263, 71st Cong., directing
        Committee on Indian Affairs, Senate, to make general survey of condition
        of Indians of United States, continuing until end of regular session of 72nd
        Congress Senate resolution numbered 79 authorizing general survey on
        Indian Conditions. 1932. v+8901+9840+xiv p. [these hearings are on the
        Navajos in Arizona and New Mexico and were held in Arizona and on the
        New Mexico.] *Paper, 75c. Y 4.In 2/2: In 2/3/pt. 18 (p. 609)

Navajo Indians. Claims of certain Navajo Indians, report to accompany S.
      3712 [for relief of certain Navajo Indians]; submitted by Mr. Chavez. Apr.
      20, calendar day May 16, 1938. 2 p. (S. rp. 1912, 75th Cong. 3d sess.)
      *Paper, 5c (p. 645.)

Navajo Indians. Claims of certain Navajo Indians, report to accompany S.
      3794 [for relief of certain Navajo Indians]; submitted by Mr. Chaves. Apr.
      25, legislative day Apr. 24, 1940. 3 p. (S. rp. 1522, 76th Cong. #d sess.)
      *Paper, 5c (p. 507)
Navajo Indians. Claims of certain Navajo Indians, report to accompany S. 3794 [for
      relief of certain Navajo Indians]; submitted by Mr. Rogers of Oklahoma. June 6,
      1940. 2 p. (H. rp. 2409, 76th Cong. 3d sess.) *Paper, 5c. (p. 858)




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Navajo Indians. Claims of certain Navajo Indians, report to accompany S. 4212 [for
      relief of certain Navajo Indians]; submitted by Mr. Chaves. Sept. 24, legislative
      day Sept. 18, 1940. 3 p. (S.rp. 2173, 76th Cong. 3d sess.) *Paper, 5c. (p. 1334)

Navajo Indians. Claims of certain Navajo Indians, report to accompany S. 4212 [for
      relief of certain Navajo Indians]; submitted by Mr. Rogers of Oklahoma, Oct. 4,
      1940. 3 p. (H. rp.3021, 76th Cong. 3d sess) *Paper 5c. (p. 1466)

Navajo Tribal Council. Proceedings of delegation of Navajo Tribal Council in
      Washington D. C. May 13-25, 1946. [1946.] [1]+59 p. 4 [Processed] L. c.
      card 46-27842 I20.2:N22 (p. 1268)

Explanation of general grazing regulations of Office of Indian Affairs,
      Department of Interior, Code of Federal regulations, title 25, sec. 71.1 to
      71.27, (as amended June 10, 1942); by Hugh Harvey and Bruce H.
      Eastman. Printing Department, Phoenix Indian School, Phoenix, Ariz.,
      June 1948. [5] +29+iv p il. [English and Navaho. Supplement to
      Adahooniligii.] Paper, 10c., Phoenix Indian school, Phoenix, Ariz.
      I 20.12:G 79/2 (Entry 19524)

Consideration of H.R. 5208. Report from Committee on Rules to accompany
      H. Res. 282. July 13, 1949. 1 p. (Entry 19208)

Consideration of S. 2734. Report from committee on Rules to accompany H.
      Res. 479 Feb. 20, 1950. 1 p. (Entry 4971)

Providing consideration of H.R. 10337. Report from Committee on Rules to
       accompany H. Res. 1095. May 7, 1974. 1 p. (Entry 10660).

GOODS AND PRODUCTIONS

Silver. Navajo, Pueblo, and Hopi silver [and Standards for Navajo, Pueblo and
        Hopi silver and turquoise products.] Mar. 9, 1937. 2 p. I 20:2:N 22 (p.
        314)

Woolen goods. Regulations for use of Government certificate of genuineness
      for Navajo all-wool woven fabrics; [approved Oct 20, 1937]. [1938] 3 p. I
      20.22:5/5. (p. 61)

Silver. Regulations for use of Government mark on Navajo, Pueblo, and Hop
        silver; [approved Apr. 2, 1937.] [Reprint 1938.] 2 p. I 20.22:5/10 (p. 858)

Sheep. Evaluating fleece quality of Navajo sheep from small samples [with list
       of literature cited]; by James. O. Grandstaff and Cecil T. Blunn. 1945.
       [2]+183-192 p. il. [Prepared in cooperation with Indian Affairs Office.



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       From Journal of agricultural research, Sept. 1, 1945, v. 71, no 5.] *Paper,
       5c. (p. 1244.)

HEALTH

Health conditions among Navajo Indians [with list of references]; by J. Nixon
       Hadley. [1956.] p. 624-627, 4 degrees. [Processed. From Public health
       reports, v. 70, no. 9, Sept. 1955.] FS 2.7/a: N 227 (Entry 14595)

Recorded and expected mortality among Navajo, with special reference to
      cancer [with list of references]; by Robert L. Smith, Clarence G. Salsbury,
      and Alexander G. Gilliam. [1956.] cover title, p. 77-89 [Reprinted from
      Journal of National Cancer Institute, v. 17, no. 1, July 1956.] FS
      2.31/a:N22 (Entry 17606)

Orientation to health on Navajo Indian Reservation, guide for hospital and
       public health workers [with bibliography]; prepared by staff of Navajo
       Health Education Project, University of California, School of Public
       Health for USPHS Division of Indian Health, June, 1959, pre-tested with
       staff of Tuba City Service Unit, and revised, may 1960. [1961.] vi+29 p.
       il. [Photographs by Milton Snow, Indian Affairs Bureau, and Interior
       Department.] Item 496-A. L.C. card 61-61204. FS 2.83:960. (Entry 9692)

Medical Practice on Navajo Reservation; [by] Jean L. Van Duzen. [1964] [4] p.
      4 degrees. [Reprinted with permission from Journal of American Medical
      Women’s Association, v. 19, no. 7, July 1964.] FS 2.2: M 46/14. (Entry
      20763).

LAND

Navajo Indians. Permanent withdrawal of 40-acre tract in New Mexico for use
      of Navajo Indians, report to accompany H. R. 11360; submitted by Mr. Marrow.
      Jan. 16 1925. 2 p. (H. rp. 1217, 68th Cong. 2d sess.) *Paper, 5c. (p. 430)

Navajo Reservation. To provide for exchanges of Government and privately
      owned lands in Navajo Indian Reservation, Ariz., report to accompany H. R.
      11361; submitted by Mr. Hayden. Jan. 19. 1925. 2 p. (H. rp. 1249, 68th Cong. 2nd
      sess.) *Paper, 5c. (p. 430)

Navajo Indians. Permanent withdrawal of 40-acre tract of public land in New
      Mexico for use and benefit of Navajo Indians, report to accompany H. R.
      11360; submitted by Mr. Harreld. Feb. 16, 1925. 2 p. (S. rp. 1132, 68th
      Cong. 2d sess.) *Paper, 5c. (p. 573)

Navajo Reservation. To provide for exchanges of Government and privately


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       owned lands in Navajo Indian Reservation, Ariz. Report to accompany H.
       R. 11361; submitted by Mr. Cameron. Feb. 3, calendar day Feb. 14, 1925.
       2 p. (S. rp.1112, 68th Cong. 2d sess.) *Paper, 5c. (p. 573)

Navajo Reservation. H. R. 11361, act to provide for exchanges of Government
      and privately owned lands in additions to Navajo Indian Reservation, Ariz., by
      Executive orders of Jan. 8, 1900, and Nov. 14, 1901. Approved Mar. 3, 1925. 1 p.
      (Public 551.) (p. 664)

Navajo Reservation. Executive order, Utah [defining west boundary of
      reservation for Indian purposes created by Executive order of May 17,
      1884 as modified by Executive order of Nov. 19, 1892, for all jurisdictional
      purposes connected with administration of public lands affected thereby, said
      reservation being now known as Navajo Reservation]. Apr. 13, 1927. 1 p. (No.
      4628.) Pr 30.5: Or 3/16 (p. 817)

Navajo Reservation. Addition to western Navajo Indian Reservation, hearing
      71st Congress, 2nd session, on S. 3782, to permanently set aside public
      lands in Utah as addition to western Navajo Indian Reservation, Mar. 12,
      1930. 1930. ii+26 p. *Paper 5c. Y 4.In 2/2: W 52.

Navajo Reservation. Transfer of land from Tusayan National Forest, report to
      Accompany S. 3585 [to eliminate land from Tusayan National Forest, Ariz., as
      addition to western Navajo Indian Reservation]; submitted by Mr. Leavitt. Apr.
      23, 1930. 4 p. (H. rp. 1226, 71st Cong. 2nd sess.) * Paper 5c. (p. 837)

. Navajo Reservation. Transfer of land from Tusayan National Forest, report to
       accompany S. 3585 [to eliminate land from Tusayan National Forest, Ariz., as
       addition to western Navajo Indian Reservation]; submitted by Mr. Ashurst. Apr.
       14, calendar day Apr. 16, 1930. 4 p. (S. rp. 443, 71st Cong. 2d sess.) *Paper, 5c.
       (p. 855)

Navajo Reservation. S. 3585, act to eliminate land from Tusayan National
      Forest, Ariz. As addition to western Navajo Indian Reservation. [Approved May
      23, 1930.] 2 p. (Public 250) (p. 941)

Navajo Reservation. To amend act of May 23, 1930 (46 Stat. 378) [To
      eliminate land from Tusayan National Forest, Ariz., as addition to western Navajo
      Indian Reservation], report to accompany S. 5557; submitted by Mr. Frazier. Jan
      26, calendar day Jan. 28, 1931. 2 p. (S. rp. 1394, 71st Cong. 3d sess.) *Paper 5c (p.
      522)

Navajo Reservation. Relinquishments, etc., of lands for benefit of Navajo
      Indians, report to accompany H. R. 16005 [to permit relinquishments and
      Reconveyances of privately owned land within certain counties in Arizona
      to United States for benefit of Navajo Indians]; submitted by Mr. Evans



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       of Montana. Feb. 11, 1931. 2 p. (H. rp. 2493, 71st Cong. 3d sess.) *Paper 5c. (p.
       634.)

Navajo Reservation. To amend act of May 23, 1930, report to accompany H.
      R. 15986 [to amend act of May 23, 1930 (46 Stat. 378), to eliminate land from
      Tusayan National Forest, Ariz., as addition to western Navajo Indian
      Reservation]; submitted by Mr. Arentz. Feb 4, 1931. 3 p. (H. rp. 2484, 71st Cong.
      3d sess.) [Corrected print. 1st print has 2 pages.] *Paper 5c. (p. 654)

       To amend act of May 23, 1930, report to accompany S. 5557 [to amend act of
       may 23, 1930 (46 Stat. 378), to eliminate land from Tusayan National Forest,
       Ariz., as addition to western Navajo Indian Reservation]; submitted by Mr.
       Arentz. Feb. 13 1931, 3 p. (H. rp. 2647, 71st Cong. 3d sess.) *Paper, 5c. (p. 654)

Navajo Reservation. S. 5557, act to amend act of May 23, 1930 (46 Stat. 378)
      [to eliminate land from Tusayan National Forest, Ariz., as addition to western
      Navajo Indian Reservation.] Approved Feb. 21, 1931. 1 p. (Public 711.) (p. 786)

Skulls. Catalogue of human crania in National Museum collections: Pueblos,
       Southern Utah basket-makers, Navajo; by Ales Hrdlicka. 1931. cover title, 95 p.
       (Proceedings, v. 78, art. 2; no. 2845.)

Navajo Indian Reservation, report of H.J. Hagerman, special commissioner to
      negotiate with Indians, on status of Navajo Indian Reservation, land
      acquisitions, and extensions, with specific recommendations for outside
      boundaries of reservation, and of additional areas to be acquired for
      Indians outside reservation [with exhibits]; presented by Mr. Hayden.
      1932. vi+152 p. L. C. card 32-27244.

Navajo Reservation. Permanently set aside lands in Utah as addition to Navajo
      Indian Reservation, report to accompany H. R. 11735; submitted by Mr.
      Leavitt. Jan. 19, 1933. 4 p. (H. rp. 1883, 72d Cong. 2d sess.) *Paper 5c. (p.
      483).

Canyon de Chelly National Monument, report to accompany H.R. 13960 [to
     amend description of land described in sec 1 of act to authorize President
     of United States to establish Canyon De Chelly National Monument
     within Navajo Indian Reservation, Ariz.]; submitted by Mr. Knuston. Feb
     15, 1933. 3 p. ( H. rp. 2037, 72d Cong. 2d sess. *Paper, 5c. (p. 597.)

Canyon de Chelly National Monument, within Navajo Indian Reservation,
     Ariz., report to accompany S. 5190 [to amend description of land
     described in sec. 1of act to authorize President of United States to
     establish Canyon de Chelly National Monument within Navajo Indian
     Reservation, Ariz.]; submitted by Mr. Ashurst. Feb. 10, calendar day Feb.
     13, 1933. 2 p. (S. rp. 1211, 72d Cong. 2d sess.) *Paper 5c. (p. 618)



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Navajo Reservation. Addition to Navajo Indian Reservation in Utah, report to
      accompany H. R. 11735; submitted by mr. Frazier. Feb 10, 1933. 4 p. (S.
      rp. 1199, 72d Cong, 2d sess.) *Paper, 5c. (p. 619.)

Canyon de Chelly National Monument, H.R. 13960, act to amend description
     of land described in sec. 1 of act to authorize President of United States to
     establish Canyon de Chelly National Monument with Navajo Indian
     Reservation, Ariz. Approved mar. 1, 1933. 1 p. (Public 404.) (p. 705).

Navajo Reservation. H. R. 11735, act to permanently set aside lands in Utah as
      addition to Navajo Indian Reservation. [Approved Mar. 2, 1933.]1 p.
      (Public 403.) (p. 706.)

Navajo Reservation. Navajo-Hopi Indian Reservation, hearing 72d Congress,
      2d session, on proposed bill to define exterior boundaries of Navajo Indian
      Reservation in Arizona, and for other purposes, Dec. 7 1932. 1933. ii+73
      p. *Paper, 10c. (p. 721).

 Navajo Indians. Reservation of lands for benefit of Navajo tribe of Indians [in
      New Mexico], report to accompany H.R. 5912; submitted by Mr. Rogers
      of Oklahoma. Feb. 22, 1934. 2 p. (H.rp. 833, 73rd Cong. 2d sess.) *Paper,
      5c. (p. 676.)

Navajo Reservation. Boundaries of Navajo Indian Reservation in Arizona,
      report to accompany H.R. 8927 [to define exterior boundaries of Navajo
      Indian Reservation Arizona, and for other purposes]; submitted by Mr.
      Chavez. May 14, 1934. 3 p. (H.rp. 1451, 73rd Cong. 2d sess.) *Paper, 5c.
      (p. 1071.)

       Boundaries of Navajo Indian Reservation in New Mexico, report to
       accompany H.R. 8982 [to define exterior boundaries of Navajo Indian
       Reservation in New Mexico, and for other purposes]; submitted by Mrs.
       Greenway. May 3, 1934. 2 p. (H.rp. 1451, 73d Cong. 2d sess.) *Paper, 5c.
       (p. 1071.)

       Boundaries of Navajo Indian Reservation in New Mexico, report to
       accompany H.R. 8982 [to define exterior boundaries of Navajo Indian
       Reservation in New Mexico, and for other purposes]; submitted by Mrs.
       Greenway. May 9, 1934. 3 p. (H.rp. 1525, 73d Cong. 2d sess.) *Paper, 5c.
       (p. 1071)

Navajo Reservation. Define exterior boundaries of Navajo Indian Reservation
      in New Mexico and for other purposes, report to accompany S. 2531;
      submitted by Mr. Hatch. May 10, calendar day may 21, 1934. 3 p. (S.rp.
      1012 73rd Cong. 2d sess.) *Paper, 5c.



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       To define exterior boundaries of Navajo Indian Reservation in Arizona,
       and for other purposes, report to accompany S. 2499; submitted by Mr.
       Ashurst. May 10, calendar day May 15, 1934. 3 p. (S.rp. 1012, 73d Cong.
       2d sess.) *Paper, 5c.

Navajo Reservation. Define exterior boundaries, Navajo Indian Reservation,
      N. Mex., report to accompany H.R. 6542 [to define exterior boundaries
      of Navajo Indian Reservation in New Mexico, and for other purposes];
      submitted by Mr. Rogers of Oklahoma. Mar. 22, 1935. 2 p. (H. rp. 473,
      74th Cong. 1st sess.) *Paper, 5c. (p. 251)

Navajo Reservation. Defining exterior boundaries, Navajo Indian Reservation,
      N. Mex. Report to accompany S. 2213 [to define exterior boundaries of
      Navajo Indian Reservation in New Mexico, and for other purposes];
      submitted by Mr. Hatch. Apr. 9, 1935. 4 p. (S. rp. 436, 74th Cong. 1st
      Sess.) *Paper, 5c. (p. 395).

Interior Department. Supplemental estimate of appropriation, Department of
       Interior, 1936, supplemental estimate of appropriation for Department of
       Interior, fiscal year 1936 [for leasing lands for Navajo Indians in Arizona
       and New Mexico]. Aug. 15, 1935. 2 p. (H. doc 281, 74th Cong. 1st sess.)
       *Paper, 5c. 9p. 996).


Monument Valley. Geology of Monument Valley-Navajo Mountain region,
     San Juan County, Utah; by Arthur A. Baker. 1936. vi+106 p. il 7 pl. 8 p.
     of pl. 2 maps in pocket. (Bulletin 856) *Paper 60c. (p. 600)

Navajo Reservation. Exchange Navajo Indian land, Arizona, report to
      accompany H.R. 9808 [to authorize exchanges of lands within Navajo
      Indian Reservation, Ariz]; submitted by Mr. Murdock of Utah [Arizona].
      June 22, 1940. 1 p. (H. rp. 2701, 76th Cong. 3d sess.) *Paper, 5c. (p.858)

Navajo Reservation. Exchange Navajo Indian land, Arizona, report to
      accompany S. 3972; submitted by Mr. Ashurst. June 10, legislative day May 28th,
      1940. 2 p. (S.rp. 1804, 76th Cong. 3d sess.) *Paper 5c. (p. 888)

Navajo Reservation. Authorizing Secretary of Interior to exchange lands
      within Navajo Indian Reservation, Ariz., report to accompany H.R. 2143;
      submitted by Mr. Murdock. Mar. 22, 1943. 2 p. (H. rp. 279, 78th cong, 1st
      sess.) (p. 424).

Navajo Reservation. Authorizing Secretary of Interior to exchange lands
      within Navajo Indian Reservation, Ariz., [for lands held by Woman’s
      Board of Home Missions or Presbyterian Church], report to accompany



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       H.R. 2143; submitted by Mr. McFarland. Apr. 28, legislative day Apr. 12,
       1944. 2 p. 9S. rp. 811, 78th cong. 2d sess.) (p. 646)

Navajo National Monument, Ariz. [1947] 6 p. il. Item 651. I29.21:N 22/2/947.
      (Entry 4343)

Exchange of Indian lands in Utah. Report from committee on Public Lands to
      accompany H.R. 5390. Aug. 5, 1949. 2 p. (Entry 19299).

Exchange of certain Navajo tribal land for certain Utah land. Report from
      committee on Interior and Insular Affairs to accompany S. 2140. Aug. 15.
      1949. 3 p. (Entry 19674)

Declaring that United States holds certain lands in trust for Pueblo Indians and
       Canoncito Navajo group in New Mexico. Report from Committee on
       Public Lands to accompany S. 1323. July 13, 1949. 2 p. (Entry 16881)

Declaring that United States holds certain lands in trust for Pueblo Indians and
       Canoncito Navajo group. Report from Committee on Interior and Insular
       Affairs to accompany S. 1323. June 20, 1949. 18 p. (Entry 17089)

Authorizing transfer of certain property to Secretary of Interior, and
       for other purposes. Report from Committee on Expenditures in Executive
       Departments to accompany S. 170. Feb. 3, 1949. 12 p. (Entry 4869)

Authorizing transfer of certain property to Secretary of Interior. Report from
      Committee on Expenditures in Executive Departments to accompany S. 170. Feb.
      24, 1949. 4 p. (Entry 6999)

Navajo National Monument, Ariz. [Revised 1951.] [1951.] [6] p. il. *Paper,
       $3.75 per 100; single copy, 5c. Item 650 I 29.21: N 22/2/951 (Entry
       14115)
Authorizing Pueblos of San Lorenzo and Pojoaque in New Mexico to sell
       certain lands to Navaho Tribe. Report from Committee on Interior and
       Insular Affairs to accompany S. 1906. July 29, 1955. 3 p. (Entry 14897)

Authorizing pueblos of San Lorenzo and Pojoaque in New Mexico to sell
       certain lands to Navajo Tribe. Report from Committee on Interior and
       Insular Affairs to accompany S 535. July 13, 1955. 4 p. (Entry 15268)

Providing that U.S. hold in trust for Indians entitled to use thereof lands
       described in execute order of Dec. 16, 1882, and for adjudicating
       conflicting claims thereto of Navaho and Hopi Indians. Report from
       Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs to accompany S. 4086. July 19,
       1956. 3 p. (Entry 14888).




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Providing that United States hold in trust for Indians entitled to use thereof
      lands described in executive order of De. 16, 1882, and for adjudicating
      conflicting claims thereto of Navaho and Hopi Indians. Report from
      Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs to accompany S. 4086. July 12,
      1956. 3 p. (Entry 15245)

Providing for acquisition of Navaho Indian lands required in connection with
      construction operation and maintenance of Glen Canyon unit, Colorado
      River storage project. Report from committee on Interior and Insular
      Affairs to accompany H. R. 11685. July 18, 1956. 5 p. (Entry 16929)

Providing that United States hold in trust for Indians entitled to use thereof
       lands described in Executive order of Dec. 16, 1882, and for adjudicating
       conflicting claims thereto of Navaho and Hopi Indians. Report from
       Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs to accompany S. 692. May 1,
       1957. 6 p. ( Entry 8294)

Navajo National Monument, Tonalea, Ariz. [1957.] [2] p. 4 degrees
      [Processed.] I 29.60/2: 957 (Entry 8881)

Stratigraphy of uppermost Triassic and Jurassic rocks of Navajo Country [with
       list of literature cited]; by J.W. Harshbarger, C.A. Repenning, and J.H.
       Irwin. 1957. iv+74 p. il. 3 maps in pocket, 4 degrees [Prepared in
       cooperation with Bureau of Indian Affairs.] Paper, $1.50. L.C. Card GS
       57-182. (Entry 8694)

Navajo National Monument, Ariz. [revised 1958.] [1958.] [6] p. il. *Paper,
      $2.25 per 100, single copy 5c. Item 650 I 29.21: N 22/2/958. (Entry
      13066)

Setting aside permanently certain lands in McKinley County, N. Mex., for use
        of Navajo Tribe of Indians, Report from Committee on Interior and Insular
        Affairs to accompany H.R. 6329. Feb. 22, 1960. 3 p. (Entry 4950).

Providing for exchange of lands between United States and Southern Ute
       Indian Tribe. Report from Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs to
       accompany H.R. 9342. Sept 12, 1962. 5 p. (Entry 21036).

Providing for exchange of lands between United States and Southern Ute
       Indian Tribe, and for other purposes. Report from Committee on Interior
       and Insular Affairs to accompany S. 3713. Sept. 27, 1962. 6 p. (Entry
       21451)
Geology and Red Lake area, Navajo Indian Reservation, Ariz. and N. Mex.
       [with list of references cited]; by J.P. Akers, N.E. McClymnds and J.W.
       Harshbarger. 1962. iii+12 p. 1 pl. in pocket. [Prepared in cooperation with




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       Navajo Tribe. Water supply of Indian reservations.] *Paper 5c. (Entry
       5310)

Navajo National Monument, Arizona. [Revised 1962.] [1962] [6] p. il. 4
      degrees. *Paper, 5c. Item 650. I 29. 21: N 22/2/962 (Entry 10559).

Providing that United States shall hold certain land in trust for members of
       Alamo Band of Puertocito Navajo Indians. Report from Committee on
       Interior and Insular Affairs to accompany S. 1111. Nov. 26, 1963. 36 p.
       L.C. card 64-60260 (Entry 495).

Providing that the United States shall hold certain land in trust for members of
       the Alamo Band of Puertocito Navajo Indians. Report from Committee on
       Interior and Insular Affairs to accompany H.R. 7684. Apr. 9, 1964. 4 p.
       (Entry 8338)

Navajo National Monument, Ariz. [1966.] 2 p. folded into oblong 32 degrees.
      *Paper 10c. Item I 29.21: M 31/966 (Entry 13884)

Navajo [National Monument, Ariz.]. [1967] [2] p. il. folded into oblong 32
      degrees. *Paper 10c. Item 650 I 29.21: N 22/2/967 (Entry 14551).

Red rot in residual ponderosa pin stands on Navajo Indian Reservation; by
       Paul C. Lightle and Stuart R. Andrews. 1968. [2] +12+ [1] p. il. 4 degrees.
       [Study made in cooperation with Bureau of Indian Affairs and Navajo
       Tribe.] (Entry 14142)

Geology of Coal Hill. Hartman and Clarksville quadrangles, Johnson County
      and vicinity Ark. [with list of references cited]; by E.A. Merewether and
      Boyd R. Haley, 1969. iii+27+ [3] p. il. 3 pl. in pocket, 4 degrees [Prepared
      in cooperation with Arkansas Geological Commission, Geology of
      Arkansas Valley coal field. Includes title page and contents to Professional
      paper 536. One plate is colored.] *Paper, $1.50. (Entry 5715).

Potential for intensive timber management on Navajo Indian Reservation,
       Arizona and New Mexico, 1967. [1968] [8] +41 p. il. 4 degrees [Appendix
       C also issued, [3] p. 4 degrees.] I 20.2: N 22/13 (Entry 1999).

Geology of Paleozoic rocks, Navajo and Hopi reservations Ariz., N. Mex., and
      Utah [with list of references cited]; by J.H. Irwin, P.R. Stevens, and M.E.
      Cooley. 1971. iii+32 p. il. pl. in pocket. [Prepared in cooperation with
      Bureau of Indian Affairs and Navajo-Tribe. Hydrogeology of Navajo and
      Hopi Indian reservations, Ariz., N. Mex., and Utah. One plate is colored.]
      *Paper, $1.25. L.C. card70-610218 (Entry 11219)




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Hydrogeology of Cenozoic igneous rocks, Navajo and Hopi Indian
     Reservations, Ariz., N. Mex., and Utah [with list of literature cited]; by
     J.P. Akers, J.C. Shorty and P.R. Stevens. 1971. v+18 p. il. 2 pl. in pocket,
     4 degrees. [Prepared in cooperation with Bureau of Indian Affairs and
     Navajo Tribe. Hydrogeology of Navajo and Hopi Indian reservations,
     Ariz., N. Mex., and Utah. One plate is colored.] *Paper, $1.25. L.C. card
     76-609554. (Entry 11220)

Stratigraphy of Cretaceous rocks and Tertiary Ojo Alamo sandstone, Navajo
        and Hopi Indian reservation, Arizona, New Mexico and Utah [with list of
        references cited]; by R.B. O’Sullivan [and others], 1971. iv+65 p. il. 2 pl.
        in pocket 4 degrees. [Prepared in cooperation with Bureau of Indian
        Affairs and Navajo Tribe. Hydrogeology of Navajo and Hopi Indian
        Reservations, Arizona, New Mexico and Utah. One plate is colored.] *
        Paper, $1.50 (S/N 2401-1184). L.C. card 76-180659. (Entry 5587)

Navajo-Hopi land dispute, hearing, 93rd Congress, 2d session, on H.R. 10337,
      S. 2424, S. 3230 [and] S. 3724, July 24, 1974. 1974. v+622 p. il. + Item
      1040. Y 4. In 8/13: N 22/10. (Entry 17322)

PERIODICAL PUBLICATIONS (INCLUDES ANNUALS)

Adahooniligii Navaho Language Monthly, v. 3, no 12-v. 4, no 6; Oct. 1,
      1948- Apr. 1, 1949. Window Rock Ariz. [1949.] various paging, il. Paper, 50c. a
      yr., Education Office, Navajo Service, Window Rock, Ariz. (Entry 14864)

Practice reading. [Phoenix Indian School, Phoenix, Ariz., Nov. 1948.] [4]+24
       p. il. four degrees [Text is in Navajo.] Paper, 10c. Phoenix Indian School,
       Phoenix, Ariz. I 20.2: R22/2. (Entry 5281)

Adahooniligii, Navaho language monthly, May 1-Oct 1, 1949; v. 4, no. 7-12.
      Window Rock, Ariz. [1949]. Each [15] p. or 8 p. il. Paper, 50c a yr.
      Education Office, Navajo Service, Window Rock, Ariz. I 20.38:949/1-2.
      (Entry 1324).

Adahooniligii, Navaho language monthly, Nov. 1, 1949-Feb. 1, 1950; v. 5, no.
     1-4. [Phoenix, Ariz., 1949-50.] Each 8 p. or 10 p. il. Paper, 50c. a yr.;
     Education Office, Navajo Service, Window Rock, Ariz. I 20.37:5/1-4.

Adahooniligii, Navaho language monthly, Mar. 1- Dec. 1, 1950; v. 5, no. 5-v. 6
      no. 2. Phoenix, Ariz. [1950]. various paging, 4 degrees. *Paper, 50c. a yr,
      Education Office, Navajo Service, Window Rock, Ariz. I 20.37: 5/5-6/2.
      (Entry 12199)
Adahooniligii, Navajo language monthly, Jan. 1- Dec. 1, 1951; v. 6, no. 3-v. 7,
      no. 2. [United States Indian School, Phoenix, Ariz., 1951]. various
      paging, il. 4 degrees. Paper, 50c.a yr., Education Office, Navajo


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       Service, Window Rock, Ariz. (Entry 1390)

Adahooniligii, Navajo language monthly, Jan 1- June 1, 1952, v. 7,
      no. 3-8, [United States Indian School, Phoenix, Ariz., 1952.]
      various paging, il. 4 degrees. Paper, 50c a yr.; Education Office, Window
      Rock Area Office, Window Rock, Ariz. I 20.37: 7/3-8. (Entry 11973)

Adahooniligii, Navaho language monthly, July 1-Aug 1, 1952 to Jan. 1, 1953;
      v. 8, no. 9, 10 to v. 9, no 3. Phoenix Ariz. [1952-53]. various paging, 4
      degrees [Sometimes one publication covers 2 months.] Paper, 50c. a yr.;
      Education Office, Navajo Service, Window Rock, Ariz. I 20.37: 8/9, 10-
      9/3. (Entry 3293)

Adahooniligii, Navajo language monthly. Paper, 50c a yr.; Education Office,
      Navajo Service, Window Rock, Ariz. I 20.37: (v.nos. &nos.) Feb.1-July 1,
      1953; v. 9, no. 4-9. Phoenix, Ariz. [1953] various paging, il. 4 degrees.
      (Entry 14126)

Adahooniligii (current events), Navajo language monthly. Paper, 50c. a yr.;
      Education Branch, Navajo Service, Window Rock, Ariz. I 20.37:
      (v. nos.& nos.) Aug. & Sept. – Dec. 1. 1953; v. 9, no. 10, no. 2, Phoenix,
      Ariz. [1953.] Each 18 p. il. [The issue for Aug. and Sept. 1953, v. 9, no. 10
      and 11 are issued as one publication.] (Entry 2638)

Adahooniligii (current events), Navajo language monthly. Paper, 50c. a yr.;
      Education Branch, Navajo Agency, Window Rock, Ariz. I 20.37:
      (V.nos.&nos.) Jan. 1-July 1, 1954;v. 10, no. 3-9. Phoenix, Ariz. [1954]
      various paging. il. 4 degrees. (Entry 13046)

Navajo yearbook of planning action [calendar year 1954, with bibliography];
      compiled by Robert W. Young; photography by Milton Snow. Navajo
      Agency, Window Rock, Ariz., 1955. [3]+iv+133+[3] p. il. 12 degrees
      ([Gallup Area Office; Report no. 4.]) [Another illustration on p. 1 of
      cover.] L.C. card 55-63678. I 20.2: N 22/9/rp.4 (Entry 19498)

Adahooniligii (current events), Navajo language monthly. Paper, 50c. a yr,;
      Education Branch, Navajo Agency, Window Rock, Ariz. (Entry 2333)

Adahooniligii (current events), Navajo language monthly. Paper, 50c a yr.;
     Education Branch, Navajo Agency, Window Rock, Ariz. I 20.37:
     (v.nos.&nos.) (Entry: 13225)

Adahooniligii (current events), Navajo language monthly. Paper, 50c a yr.;
      Education Branch, Navajo Agency, Window Rock, Ariz. I 20. 37:
      (v.nos.&nos.)




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Adahooniligii (current events), Navaho language monthly. Paper, 50c. a yr.;
     Education Branch, Navajo Agency, Window Rock, Ariz. I 20.37:
     (v.nos.&nos.) (Entry 13530)

Adahooniligii [current events], Navajo language monthly. Paper, 50c a yr.;
      Education Branch, Navajo Agency, Window Rock, Ariz. I 20. 37:
      (v.nos.&nos.) Aug. 1 to Nov.-Dec. 1956; v. 12, no 10-v. 13, no. 2.
      Phoenix, Ariz. [1956] Each 16 p. il. and 14 p. il. 4 degrees. [Sept. and Oct.
      issued as one publication, and erroneously designated as v. 13. Nov. and
      Dec. also issued as one publication, and erroneously designated as v. 14.]
      (Entry 2865)

Adahooniligii (current events), Navajo language monthly. [Discontinued with
      May, June 1957 issue.] Paper, 50c. a yr.; Education Branch, Navajo
      Agency, Window Rock, Ariz. I 20.37: (v.nos.&nos.) May-June 1957; v.
      14, no. 7,8. [1957.] 16 p. il. 4 degrees [two numbers issued as one
      publication.] (Entry 2380)

Navajo yearbook, published annually as manual and program planning guide,
      fiscal year 1958; [compiled and edited, with articles by Robert W. Young].
      [1958, published 1959] cover title, xi+401 p. il. (Report 7; [Navajo
      Agency, Window Rock, Ariz.].) Item 628-A. L.C. card 56-21517. I 20.44:
      958 (Entry 3939)

Navajo yearbook, [1951-61, decade of progress]; compiled with articles by
      Robert W. Young. 1961. x+609 p. il. (Navajo Agency, Window Rock,
      Ariz; [Report 8]) [Processed. Other illustrations on p. 1 of cover.] L.C.
      card 56-21517. I 20.44:8 (Entry 5046)

POPULATIONS

Analysis of sources of information on population of Navaho [with
       bibliography]; by Denis Foster Johnston. 1966. v+220 p. il. map [Also
       issued as H. doc. 235, 89th Cong., 1st session] * Cloth, $2.00 Item 913.
       L.C. card 66-62746. SI 2.3:197. (Entry 15498).

Analysis of sources of information on population of Navaho [with
       bibliography]; by Denis Foster Johnston. 1966. v+220 p. il. map. *
       (Available in departmental edition, Cloth, $2.00, SI 2.3:197 and sent to
       depositories in that form. See Entry no. 15498) (Entry 15779A).




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REHABILITATION AND RELIEF

Navajo Indians. Relief of certain Navajo Indians, veto message returning without
      approval bill (S. 3794). July 22, 1940. 2 p. (S. doc. 262, 75th Cong. 3d sees.)
      *Paper, 5c. (p. 1128.)

Authorizing immediate relief of Navajo and Hopi Indians. Report from
       Committee on public Lands to accompany H.R. 4627. Dec. 5, 1947. 2 p.
       (Entry 456)

Authorizing appropriation for immediate relief of Navajo and Hopi Indians.
      Report from Committee on Public Lands to accompany H. R. 4627. Dec.
      12, 1947. 2 p. (Entry 636)

The Navajo, report of J.A. Krug, Secretary of Interior, long-range program for
      Navajo rehabilitation. Mar. 1948. xi+51 p. il. 4 [Another illustration on
      front cover.] *Paper, 35c. Item 505. L.C. card 48-46086. I 20.2:N22/3.
      (Entry 11118).

Rehabilitation of Navajo and Hopi tribes. Report from Committee on Interior
       and Insular Affairs to accompany S. 1407. June 20 1949. (Entry 17090)

Promoting rehabilitation of Navajo and Hop tribes of Indians and better
      utilization of resources of Navajo and Hopi Indian Reservations.
      Conference report to accompany S. 1407. Sept. 22, 1949. 8p.
      (Entry 21349)

Promoting rehabilitation of Navajo and Hopi tribes of Indians and better
      utilization of resources of Navajo and Hopi Indian Reservations. Report
      from Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs to accompany S. 2734.
      Oct. 18, 1949. 1 p. (Entry 23638).

Rehabilitation of Navajo and Hopi tribes of Indians veto message from
      President of United States returning without approval bill (s. 1407). Oct.
      17, 1949. 7 p. Item 269. (Entry 23535)

Promoting rehabilitation of Navajo and Hopi tribes of Indians and better
      utilization of resources of Navajo and Hopi Reservations. Report from
      Committee on Public Lands to accompany H.R. 5208. July 1, 1949. 9 p.
      (Entry 16805)

Promoting rehabilitation of Navajo and Hop tribes of Indians and better
      utilization of resources of Navajo and Hop Indian Reservations. Conference
      report to accompany s. 1407. Sept. 22, 1949. 8 p. (Entry 21349)




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Promoting rehabilitation of Navajo and Hopi tribes of Indians and better
     utilization of resources of Navajo and Hopi Indian Reservations. Report from
     Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs to accompany S. 2734. Oct 18, 1949.
     (Entry 23638)

Rehabilitation of Navajo and Hopi tribes of Indians, veto message from
       President of United States returning without approval bill (S. 1407). Oct. 17,
       1949. 7 p. Item 269. (Entry 23535)

Rehabilitation of Navajo and Hopi tribes of Indians. Report from Committee
       on Armed Service to accompany H. R. 5503. Jan. 12, 1950. 2 p. (Entry
       2986)

Rehabilitation of Navajo and Hopi tribes of Indians. Conference report to
       accompany S. 2734. Apr. 5, 1950. 3 p. (Entry 9108)

RESOURCES

Navajo Indian Reservation, amending act in regard to highways, report to
      accompany H. R. 4277 [to amend act authorizing annual appropriations
      for maintenance of that portion of Gallup-Durango highway across Navajo
      Indian Reservation, and providing reimbursement therefore]; submitted by
      Mr. Anderson of New Mexico. May 12, 1941. 2 p. (H.rp. 525, 77th Cong.
      1st sess.) *Paper , 5c. (p.644)

Navajo Reservation. Gallup-Durango highway across Navajo Indian
      Reservation, report to accompany S. 1296 [to amend act authorizing
      annual appropriations for maintenance of that portion of Gallup-Durango
      highway across Navajo Indian Reservation, and providing reimbursement
      therefore]: submitted by Mr. McFarland. May 6, legislative day May 5,
      1941. 2 p. (S. rp. 262, 77th Cong. 1st sess.) *Paper, 5c (p. 665)

Repealing certain legislation relating to Gallup-Durango Highway and Gallup-
       Window Rock Highway at Navajo Indian Reservation. Report from
       Committee on Public Lands to accompany H.R. 8906. July 12, 1950. 10 p.
       (Entry 16021)

Uranium-copper deposits near Copper Canyon, Navajo Indian Reservation,
      Ariz.; by E.V. Reinhardt. Oak Ridge, Tenn., Apr. 1952 ii+16 p. il. 4
      degrees. (Division of Raw Materials, Grand Junction Exploration Branch,
      Grand Junction, Colo.) Paper, 20c. (Entry 13743)

Repealing legislation relating to Gallup-Durango Highway and Gallup-
       Window Rock Highway at Navaho Indian Reservation. Report from
       Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs to accompany H.R. 6374. May
       15, 1956. 4 p. (Entry 10510)


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Repealing legislation relating to Gallup-Durango highway and Gallup-Window
       rock highway at Navajo Indian reservation. Report from Committee on
       Interior and Insular Affairs to accompany H.R. 6374. Feb. 14, 1956. 3 p.
       (Entry 3495)

Providing for construction and improvement of certain roads on Navajo and
       Hopi Indian Reservations. Report from Committee on Interior and Insular
       Affairs to accompany S. 3468. May 6, 1958. 13 p. (Entry 7061).

Providing for construction and improvement of certain roads on Navajo and
      Hopi Indian Reservations. Report from Committee on Interior and Insular
      Affairs to accompany S. 3468. Aug. 5, 1958. 13 p.

Uranium-vanadium ore deposit at Monument no. 1-Mitten no. 2 mine,
      Monument Valley, Navajo County Ariz. [with list of literature cited]; by
      Irving J. Witkind. 1961. iii+219-242 p. il. 1 pl. in pocket [Prepared on
      behalf of Atomic Energy Commission and published with permission of
      commission. Contributions to geology of uranium.] *Paper, 60c (Entry
      19411)

Approving compromise and settlement agreement of Navajo Tribe of Indians,
      and authorizing tribe to execute and Secretary of Interior to approve, any
      oil and gas leases entered into pursuant to agreement. Report from
      Committee on Interior and Insular Affair to accompany S. 912. Aug. 27,
      1963. 4 p. (Entry 17270)

Approving agreement entered into Navajo Tribe of Indians relating to oil and
      gas leases. Report from committee on Interior and Insular Affairs to
      accompany H.R. 7123. Oct. 30, 1963. 3 p. (Entry 20485)

Report to Congress of United States: Deficiencies in administration of Navajo
       Indian Reservation road construction program in Arizona and New
       Mexico, Bureau of Indian affairs, Department of Interior; by Comptroller
       General of United States. Aug. 1964. [5]+71 leaves, il. 4 degrees. (Very
       limited distribution.) L.C. card 64-62609. GA 1.13: Sp. 2/19. (Entry
       18087).

Technical record of design and construction: Navajo Dam and Reservoir, constructed
       1958-1963, Navajo unit, Colorado-New Mexico, San Juan Division, Colorado
       River Storage Project, Denver, Colo. Nov, 1966. [5]+xi+241+[8] p. il. 4 degrees.
       Paper, $5.35 (Bureau of Reclamation, Attention: Code 841, Denver Federal
       center, Denver, Colo. 80225). L.C. card 67-60903. I 27.2: N 22 (Entry 7103)

Navajo Dam and Reservoir, technical record of design and construction, errata. [1967.] 1
      p. 4 degrees. I 27.2:N 22/errata (Entry 8667)




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Regional hydrology of Navajo and Hopi Indian Reservations, Ariz. N. Mexico, and Utah
      [with list of selected references], by M.E. Cooley [and others]; with section on
      vegetation, by O.N. Hicks, 1969. vi+61 p. il. And portfolio of 13 pl. 4 degrees.
      [Prepared in cooperation with Bureau of Indian Affairs and Navajo Tribe.
      Hydrogeology of Navajo and Hopi Indian Reservations, Ariz. N. Mexico, and
      Utah. Some plates are colored.] * Paper, $7.00 (Entry 8553).

Providing for construction and improvement of certain road on Navajo Indian
       Reservation. Report from Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs to
       accompany S. 404, Aug 12, 1969. 8 p. (Entry 14007).

Suitability of proposed Navajo Reservoir for water supply. Dec. 1970. Cover title, iv+
        124 leaves il. 4 degrees. (Water Quality Office, Region 6, Dallas, Tex.) EP 2.2:
        N22.

Navajo Dam and Lake. [1973] 2 p. il. Oblong folded in narrow 8 degrees size. + I 27.2:
      N22/3 (Entry 03720)

Navajo Indian Irrigation Project. Phase 2. Comprehensive plan framework. June 1973
      [373] p. il. 4 degrees. [Prepared in cooperation with Navajo Tribe, Navajo Area
      Office, and Navajo Indian Irrigation Project Office. Some illustration are
      colored.] L.C. card 73-602325. (Entry 461)

Navajo Indian Irrigation Project, New Mexico. [1973.] [6] p. il. Narrow 8 degrees. +
      I27.2: N 22/4 (Entry 11220)

TRIBAL CULTURE

Skulls. Catalogue of human crania in National Museum collections: Pueblos,
        Southern Utah basket makers, Navajo; by Ales Hrdlicka. 1931. cover title, 95 p.
        (Proceedings, v. 78, art. 2; no. 2845.)

Explorations and fieldwork of Smithsonian Institution in 1936. Washington,
       Smithsonian Institution, 1937. [5]+100 p. il (Publication 3407.) L. C. card
       13-35550, SI 1.2: EX 7/936 Hunting for fossil mammals in Navajo
       country; by C. Lewis Gazin (p. 498)

Navahos Fight Tuberculosis; by Mary Best, illustrated by Navaho students at
      Phoenix Indian School. [Phoenix Indian School Printing Department.
      Phoenix Ariz., Apr. 12, 1948.] [2]+8+6 p. il. large 8 [Pages 1-6 are
      duplicated in Navaho and are numbered in duplicate. Another illustration
      on p. 1 of cover.] Paper, 15c., Haskell Institute, Lawrence, Kans.
      I 20.2:T 79/3 (Entry 16812)

Function and Signification of certain Navaho particles; by Robert W. Young
       [and] William Morgan. [Printing Department, Phoenix Indian School,


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       Phoenix, Ariz., Feb. 1, 1948.] [2]+vii+32 p. (Education Division.) Paper
       10c, Phoenix Indian School. I 20.2:M 72 (Entry 8342)

Here Come the Navaho! History largest Indian tribe in United States
      [with list of further reading in connection with the Navaho, by Ruth
      Underhill edited by Willard W. Beatty]. [1953.] 285 p. il. 4 degrees
      [Includes list of bilingual and Navaho language publications. Another
      illustration on front cover.] Cloth, $2.00; paper, $1.25, Haskell Institute,
      Lawrence, Kans. L.C. card 53-61356. I 20.30:8. (Entry 11195.)

Dine, origin myths of Navaho Indians [with list of literature cited]; by Aileen
       O’Bryan. 1956. vii+187 p. il. 1 pl. [Also issued as H. doc. 228, 84th
       Congress, 1st session.] Clothe, $1.75. L.C. card 56-61736. SI 203:163
       (Entry 14004)

Dine, origin myths of Navaho Indians [with list of literature cited]; by Aileen
       O’Bryan. 1956. vii+187 p. il. 1 pl. (American Ethnology Bureau. Bulletin
       163). *(Available in departmental edition, cloth, $1.75, SI 2.3: 163.)
       (Entry 14595)

Shonto, study of role of trader in modern Navaho community [with
       bibliography] by William Y. Adams. 1963 xi+329 p. il. 10 p. o pl. map.
       [Also issued as H. doc. 387, 87th Cong., 2d sess.] *cloth, $2.00. L.C. card
       63-62106. SI 2.3:188 (Entry 16182).

Shonto, study of role of trader in modern Navaho community [with
       bibliography]; by William Y. Adams, 1963. xi+392 p. il. 10 p. of pl. map.
       (American Ethnology Bureau. Bulletin 188, and sent to depositories in that
       form. See Entry no. 16812.) (Entry 17059)

The Navajo [with suggested reading list]. 1963. iii+18 p. il. Item 627. L.C.
      card 63-65446. I 20.2: Em 7. (Entry 834).

Observance of Centennial of signing of 1868 treaty of peace between Navajo
      Indian Tribe and United States. Report from Committee on Judiciary to
      accompany S. 2745. Mar. 27, 1968. 12 p. (Entry 7404)

Navajos [with suggested reading list]. July 1966.] 4 p. 4 degrees. I 20.51/2: N
      22. (Entry 31466)

Trading post system on Navajo reservation. June 1973. viii=77 p. *Paper, 85c.
       (S/n 1800-00158). Item 535. L.C. card 74-602279. FT. 1.2: N 23. (Entry
       10056)




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Farmington report, conflict of cultures. July 1975. cover title, xi+ 171 p. il. 4
      degrees. [Prepared by New Mexico Advisory Committee.] Item 288-A. Cr
      1.2: F 22/2 (Entry 09919)

Navajo Nation, American colony, report. Sept. 1975. x+144 p. il. 4 degrees.
      *Paper, $2.20. Item 288-A. CR 1.2: N 22/2. (Entry 13152)

WATER

Water resources of Chuska Mountains area, Navajo Indian Reservation, Ariz.,
       and N, Mex. [with list of references], by J.W. Harshbarger and C.A.
       Repenning; with section on quality of water, by J.L. Hatchett. Washington
       D.C., 1954. iv+16 p. il. and map in pocket, 4 degrees. [Prepared in
       cooperation with Bureau of Indian Affairs] L.C. card GS 54-312. (Entry
       18782)

Navajo irrigation and San Juan-Chama projects, N. Mex. Report from
      Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs to accompany S. 994. Apr. 10,
      1959. 7 p. (Entry 6024).

Authorizing transfer to Navajo Tribe of irrigation project works on Navajo
       Reservation, and for other purposes. Report from committee on Interior
       and Insular Affairs to accompany H.R. 8295 May 24, 1960. 8 p. (Entry
       11026)

Navajo Indian irrigation project and San Juan-Chama project, hearing before
      Subcommittee on Irrigation and Reclamation, 87th Congress, 1st session on
      S. 107, mar. 15, 1961. 1961. iii+67 p. Item 1040 L.C. card 61-60971. Y.
      4.In 8/13: G93/2 (Entry 7282)


San Juan-Chama reclamation project and Navajo Indian irrigation project,
       hearings before Subcommittee on Irrigation and Reclamation, 87th
       Congress, 1st session on H.R. 2552, H.R. 6541, and S. 107, Apr. 24-June
       1, L.C. card 61-61857. (Entry 14475)

Navajo irrigation and San Juan-Chama projects, N. Mex. report from
      Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs to accompany S. 107. Mar. 22
      1961. 11p. (Entry, 7228).

Authorizing construction of Navajo Indian irrigation project and initial stage of
       San Juan-Chama project as participating projects of Colorado River
       storage project. Report from Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs to
       accompany H.R. 7596. July 10, 1961. 30 p. [Includes minority and
       separate views.] (Entry 12322)



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San Juan-Chama and Navajo Indian projects, letter from Secretary of Interior,
       transmitting coordinated report on San Juan-Chama project, Colorado-
       New Mexico, and Navajo Indian project, New Mexico, pursuant to sec.
       9(a) of Reclamation project act of 1939 (53 Stat. 1187): June 20, 1960.
       1960. xl+461 p. il. 2 pl. 20 maps, 15th tab. [Some maps are colored.] Item
       996. L.C. card 61-60171. (Entry 4000)

Water supply for San-Juan Chama reclamation project and Navajo Indian
       irrigation project, staff memorandum, prepared by Sidney L. McFarland:
       May 31, 1961. 1961. iii+18 p. (Committee print 5, 87th Congress, 1st
       session.) L.C. Card 61-64752. Y 4.In 8/13: Sa 5j (Entry 18953)

Technical record of design and construction: Navajo Dam and Reservoir,
       constructed 1958-1963, Navajo unit, Colorado-New Mexico, San Juan
       Division, Colorado River Storage Project. Denver, Colo. Nov. 1966.
       [5]+xi+241+ [8] p. il. 4 degrees. Paper, $5.35 (Bureau of Reclamation,
       Attention: Code 841, Denver Federal Center, Denver, Colo. 80225). L.C.
       card 67-60903. I 27.2: N 22. (Entry 7103)

Navajo Dam and Reservoir, technical record of design and construction, errata.
      [1967.] 1 p. 4 degrees. I 27.2: N 22/errata (Entry 8667)

Approving long-term contract for delivery of water from Navajo Reservoir in
      New Mexico and for other purposes. Report from Committee on Interior
      and Insular affairs to accompany S.J. Res. 123, Nov. 29, 1967. 6 p. (Entry
      3726)

Approving long-term contracts for delivery of water from Navajo Reservoir in
      New Mexico and for other purposes. Report from Committee on Interior
      and Insular affairs to accompany S.J. Res. 123, Nov. 29, 1967. 6 p.
      (Corrected Printing) (Entry 7227)

Regional hydrology of Navajo and Hopi Indian Reservations, Ariz. N. Mexico,
      and Utah [with list of selected references], by M.E. Cooley [and others];
      with section on vegetation, by O.N. Hicks, 1969. vi+61 p. il. and portfolio
      of 13 pl. 4 degrees. [Prepared in cooperation with Bureau of Indian Affairs
      and Navajo Tribe. Hydrogeology of Navajo and Hopi Indian Reservations,
      Ariz. N. Mexico, and Utah. Some plates are colored.] * Paper, $7.00
      (Entry 8353).




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