Jaclyn Roessel live in Kayenta, Arizona, on the Navajo reservation. Like most young girls, Jaclyn has many interests. She likes her math class, she plays basketball and volleyball, and she loves in-line skating. She is also interested in rug weaving, and she has asked her grandmother to teach her how to weave. For the Navajos, weaving is more than a craft or hobby. It is an important part of the culture and history of the Dine--the people. Jaclyn's...
Celinda McKelvey, a Navajo girl, participates in the Kinaalda, the traditional coming-of-age ceremony of her people.
A history of the Navajo business enterprise that successfully markets tribal arts and crafts. The author tells the story of the cooperative's growth with biographical sketches and interviews of the Native Americans who work in the business: craftsmen, buyers, store managers, accountants, sales clerks, and publicists.
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