Waterless mountain

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Longmans, Green and Co., 1931 - Indians of North America - 212 pages
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Younger Brother, a Navaho Indian boy, undergoes eight years of training in the ancient religion of his people and the practical knowledge of material existence.

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User Review  - Caitlin - Goodreads

A solid 2.5, so I settled on 2 because it doesn't deserve 3. I appreciate that Armer lived with the Navajo and clearly this book is intended to preserve their culture and history, especially the ... Read full review

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User Review  - Stephen - Goodreads

A fine book about the Dine (Navajo). I read it in middle age, found it slow-moving by the standards of the 1990s, but remember it was written 60 years earlier. Newberry Book collectors will want to ... Read full review

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CHAPTER PAGE I The Friends of Younger Brother
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Yellow Beak
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in Spring Pollen 1
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