Recounts the experiences of these Indian traders during the 1930s and 1940s, describing the hardships endured by them and the Native Americans with whom they dealtI was in school in Oklahoma when the marriage took place in the McKinley County Courthouse in Gallup. ... made monthly trips through the northern and western parts of the Navajo reservation to repair windmills used to pump water for cattle.
|Title||:||Tales from Wide Ruins|
|Author||:||Jean Cousins, Bill Cousins, Mary Tate Engels|
|Publisher||:||Texas Tech University Press - 1996|