Shonto: A Study of the Role of the Trader in a Modern Navaho Community

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CONTENT
PAGE
PREFACEx
INTRODUCTION1
Definition and delimitation1
Genesis of the study2
First acquaintance with Shonto community2
Association with Shonto Trading Post3
Trading experience4
The trader in literature5
Refinement of the problem8
Theoretical foundations10
Summary of the problem12
Execution of the study12
Conditions of fieldwork12
Methods14
Informants16
Records and documents19
Summary of sources21
Role22
Biases25
Preparation of the report27
Personal acknowledgments27
PART 1. THE COMMUNITY30
Background30
Physical setting31
Geography32
Topography33
Geology34
Water supply35
Vegetation35
Climate35
Historical setting36
Prehistory36
Navaho settlement37
European penetration39
The American period40
Development of the modern community42
Trading42
Tourist development43
Government development44
Missions48
The outside world49
Mining51
Shonto in 195552
Navaho life53
Social structure54
Households54
Residence groups57

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  • Title Page I
  • Content III
  • Illustrations viii
  • Preface x
  • Introduction 1
  • Part 1. the Community 30
  • Part 2. the Trading Post 149
  • Part 3: the Role of the Trading Post 231
  • Bibliography 308
  • Index 317
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