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The people of this land, the Diné ( "the people" as the Navajo call themselves), are weavers and shepherds, good horse people who grow corn and sing healing songs.
They believe that all the elements of nature are intelligent and hold special knowledge.
These are people who trust Spirit to bring rain and make the corn grow.
In 1958, when these photos were taken, there were still mule teams and buckboards on the land. The Diné took time to enjoy the summer rain or watch the colors of the sunset.
They took time to share knowledge of the land and ceremony.
They are a proud people who honor the the land of their ancestors. These photos evoke memories of a time of innocence and spiritual simplicity.
For more about the history of the Dine' in Monument Valley and the San Juan river basin please visit the Earl Waggoner website.
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