Hoskininni (d. 1912), also known as Hush-Kaaney (meaning angry one), governed the remote lands in the Monument Valley/Navajo Mountain region in the current state of Utah. Hoskininni and his band of N. I chose this website because it shows who were the leaders. Also Hoskininni is known as Hush-Kaaney (meaning angry one), then Annie Dodge Wauneka began her education at a boarding school. Henry Chee Dodge Dodge lived with various other family members until there was a mix-up and he was accidentally left alone beside a trail.
Chief Manuelito (1818–1893) was one of the principal war chiefs of the Diné people before, during and after the Long Walk Period. His name means Little Manuel in Spanish. He was born to the Bít'aa'níí. I chose this website because Chief Manuelito was the leader of the Navajo Long Walk, so he was the like the boss. Manuelito was among the leaders who signed the 1868 treaty. He spent his days shooting arrows and competing with other young men in countless foot races and wrestling matches, always winning.
The Long Walk of the Navajo, also called the Long Walk to Bosque Redondo (Navajo: Hwéeldi), refers to the 1864 deportation of the Navajo people by the government of the United States of America. I chose this graphic because it shows where Navajos were forced to walk from their land and that is in Arizona to Eastern New Mexico. Also some traditional Navajo homeland spans from Arizona through western New Mexico, where the Navajo had houses, planted crops and raised livestock, there was also a long historical pattern in the SouthWest of groups of bands raiding and trading with each to. On August 9, 1861, Lt. Col. Manuel Antonio Chaves of the New Mexico Volunteer Militia took command of a garrison of three companies numbering 8 officers and 206 men at Fort Fauntleroy. Chaves was later accused of being frugal in dispensing his post's supplies to the 1,000 or more Navajos that had remained close to the fort, and was maintaining remarkably lax discipline.her, with treaties being made and broken.
I chose this graphic is because Chief Manuelito was thought to be born in Bears Ears, Utah located in the Southern part of Utah, his clans included Man of Black Pants Place and Folded Arms People. His war name was: Hashkeh Naaball, which means...The Angry Warrior. Also Over his lifetime it was thought he had more than one wife, customary in those days, he drank alot of Whiskey as he got older. His family was staunch Catholics, he died at the age of 75, from Measels and Pneumonia combined. He is buried in Coyote Canyon, New Mexico, near Mexican Springs and Alamogordo, in a secret burial site among the weeds.
I chose this video because it shows how Navajo people were suffering when they didn't have any food. The Navajo people viewed their lands - including their mountains - as sacred. Before the United States began its westward expansion, the Navajo had a prosperous way of life. Another reason is because clip, from "The Long Walk: Tears of the Navajo" - provides background on the Navajo.
The Long Walk of the Navajo, also called the Long Walk to Bosque Redondo, was an Indian removal effort of the U.S. government in 1863 and 1864. I chose this website because early relations between Anglo-American settlers of New Mexico were relatively peaceful, but the peaceful began to disintegrate. The Apache and Navajo, are the ones who survived the attacks then starved into submission. Then some Navajos managed to escape from the walk variously surviving in the territory of the Chiricahua Apache the Grand Canyon, on Navajo Mountain and in Utah.
This section is drawn from the BLM Farmington Field Office's Proposed Resource Management Plan and Final Environmental Impact Statement EIS. We will rewrite this section as we get an opportunity. The reason why i chose this graphic is because it shows that where the Navajos were walking or where they stopped. The red line stand for old Spanish Trail. Blacks dots are the cities or towns.
This is a segment taken from Chapter 2, (5:57-9:02) in "The Navajo" to be used with the High School lesson plan "The Long Walk and the Escape to Utah". The reason why I chose this video is because for a long time Indians have murdered and robbed the people of New Mexico. When they left Fort Defiance, the ox wagon carried their foods , and they followed on foot all the way to Fort Sumner. Fort Defiance they were given rations again which made many Navajos sick and killed some.
In a forced removal, the U.S. Army drives the Navajo at gunpoint as navajo walk from their homeland in Arizona and New Mexico, to Fort Sumner, 300 miles away at Bosque Redondo. Hundreds die during 18 da. I chose this website because you can read more about it, like how did the whole thing how it start, also who became the leader of the group. Also how the Navajos returned to their homeland along the Arizona-New Mexico. Then how the Navajo Nation is the largest Native-American community in the United States.