Weaving: A tradition passing down from one generation to the next.
My Navajo story about me.
Photos of the Gallup, New Mexico. This is where my family lives.
Woven by the Grandmothers:
Marty de Montaño: Welcome to two new
exhibitions at the National Museum of the American Indian in New York City. This exhibition, Woven By the Grandmothers, draws on the Museum's collection of 19th century Navatextiles, one of the largest and most comprehensive of its kind.
Legend in Sand painting: The Evolution of the modern navajo Sand painting. This Web site will examine the Navajo sandpainting as a religious item and as an art item.
Navajo places: This web site tells about Navajo people legends and what is happening with the navajo nation today.
How legend got started: The following legends were created by the students at The Orchard School.
Arizona Maps: Maps of the tribes in my area.
Kachina Dolls: This web site has photos of Kachina Dolls and tells about the dolls.
Navajo Rugs: Penfield Gallery of Indian Arts Navajo Rug Exhibit.
Navajo Storyteller: Has stories told by Navajo Storytellers and mask makers.
Spider Rock: It is the home of Spider Women and the web site tells the legend of Spider Women.
Map of Gallup: Points of interest within a two-hour drive from Gallup.
Navajo Blanket: This web site tells about Navajo blankets and how to make blankets.
This web site has many links other Navajo sites. (This site is a good place
to start your search for Navajo facts.)