Navajo-English Dictionary (Hippocrene Dictionary)

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Navajo-English Dictionary (Hippocrene Dictionary)

Author: Leon Wall, William Morgan, C. Leon Wall

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Book description:
In response to a recent surge of interest in Native American history, culture and lore, Hippocrene brings you a concise and straightforward dictionary of the Navajo tongue. The dictionary is designed to aid Navajos learning English as well as English speakers interested in acquiring knowledge of Navajo.

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