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The Navajo language is hard to speak and hard to spell because it has a lot of accents and looks like jumbled up words. The Muslim culture is similar because they have hard spelling words too and the language is complicated also. Native American Wisdom, Native American History, Native American Indians, Canadian History, Hard Spelling Words, Navajo Words, Navajo Language, Navajo Culture, Code Talker

Online Classes Help Preserve the Navajo Language

A virtual high school lets students study a tongue that has a dwindling pool of teachers -- and speakers.

Navajo Code Talkers – American Heroes that Turned the Tide of WWII Navajo Words, Navajo Art, Native American History, American Indians, Navajo Language, Navajo Culture, Alphabet Code, Alphabet Symbols, Code Talker

Navajo Code Talkers – American Heroes that Turned the Tide of WWII

During World War II, military commanders on both sides of the war used complicated machines, known as cipher machines, to send messages back and forth. Although, the technology used to encrypt (wr…

Consanguinity and marital ties -- K’é – Diné (Navajo) Kinship System

K’é – Diné (Navajo) Kinship System

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Navajo words for body parts

Parts of the Body in Navajo Language

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A page from the classified Navajo Code manual adopted by the U. Marine Corps i feel to even this day this code sheet should be kept secret we never will know if we will have to use it again American Code, American History, Navajo Language, Code Talker, Once A Marine, Navajo Nation, Marine Corps, Military History, American Indians

Navajo code talkers join the Guadalcanal battlefield

There was no room for error in a maneuver like that. The old Shackle communications system took so long to encode and decode, and it was so frequently inaccurate, that using it for the transmission of on-the-fly target coordinates was a perilous proposition. Frequently, in the midst of battle, instead of using the Shackle code, the Marines had transmitted in English. They knew the transmissions were probably being monitored by the japanese, so they salted the messages liberally with…

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Navajo Language Memory Game

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Information about the Diné (Navajo People), Language, History, and Culture

Navajo String Games

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