Sheep Corral – Navajo Language Lesson

Sheep Corral - Navajo Language Lesson


Near my mother’s hogan is the sheep corral, a hard packed place fenced with poles.
There is a tree for shade.
There is a shelter for lambs in the sheep corral.

 Source : “Little Herder in the Spring” by Ann Clark 1940

Illustrated by:
Hoke Denetsosie
Linguistics by:
John P. Harrington
Robert W. Young

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