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If you are writing an anthropology essay on the Navajo people, you may choose to talk about housing structures. This  Chicago/Turabian author-date style Sample Bibliography provides five resources for you to start researching this subject.

Two Navajo Women Outside Their Hoga


Drover, Christopher E. 1985. “Navajo Settlement and Architecture in Southeastern California.” Journal of California and Great Basin Anthropology 7, no. 1: 46-47. https://www.academia.edu/37741536/Navajo_Settlement_and_Architecture_in_Southeastern_California.

Hurt, Wesley R. Jr. 1942. “Eighteenth Century Navaho Hogans from Canyon de Chelly National Monument.” American Antiquity 8, no. 1:DOI:https://doi.org/10.2307/275638.

Jett, Stephen C. 1980. “The Navajo Homestead: Situation and Site.” Yearbook of the Association of Pacific Coast Geographers42:101–117.https://muse.jhu.edu/.

Navajo People. n.d. “Navajo Homes – Hogans”. Accessed July 7, 2019.http://navajopeople.org/navajo-hogans.htm.

Thompson, Kerry Frances. 2009.  “Alkidaa’da hooghanee (They Used to Live Here): An Archaeological Study of Late Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Century Navajo Hogan Households and Federal Indian Policy.” https://repository.arizona.edu/handle/10150/194961.

Writing and researching in your anthropology or history class can be fun and interesting as you learn about the past and the way humans interact with each other. This Chicago/Turabian author-date style Sample Bibliography gives you a good start on this subject.

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