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Navajo - The Long Walk, Part 8

James Henry Carlton, who engineered the Bosque Rodondo experiment, was roundly criticized for what happened to the Navajo.  It was not the last of the conflicts between Native Americans and the U.S. military.

The 1868 Navajo treaty provided that the nation's children would be educated.  Not all agreed with the methods.  Some of the children ran away from their boarding schools.

See, also:

The Long Walk:  Tears of the Navajo - Part 1

 

The Long Walk:  Tears of the Navajo - Part 2

 

The Long Walk:  Tears of the Navajo - Part 3

 

The Long Walk:  Tears of the Navajo - Part 4

 

The Long Walk:  Tears of the Navajo - Part 5

 

The Long Walk:  Tears of the Navajo - Part 6

 

The Long Walk:  Tears of the Navajo - Part 7

 

The Long Walk:  Tears of the Navajo - Part 9

 

The Long Walk:  Tears of the Navajo - Part 10


Media Credits

From "The Long Walk:  Tears of the Navajo" (2007) - a KUED documentary, produced by John Howe and narrated by Peter Coyote.  Copyright, KUED, all rights reserved.  Clip provided here as fair use for educational purposes and to acquaint new viewers with the production. Clip online, courtesy PBS. 

 

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