Navajo Shepherdess Girls in Winter

Navajo Shepherdess Girls in Winter

Title: Shepherdess in Winter. In Monument Valley, Arizona on the Navajo Indian Reservation, children tend the flocks whatever the weather. Here a young girl holds her pet lamb, and in the background loom the stone monuments for which the area is named. [photographer’s caption]

Date: 1950-1970
Creator: Muench, Josef
Photo’s courtesy of:  Northern Arizona University. Cline Library.
Subjects: Navajo Indians, Native Americans
Places: Monument Valley (Ariz. and Utah) Navajo Indian Reservation

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  1. they must have had a hell of a hard life its a credit to them ,i can well imagen our lot of young wons over here doing that no way les

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