Navajo Nation tribal member Kelvin Long, 36, chuckles at the memory: He’d taken a year off from work, and a would-be co-worker lured him back by inviting him to a meeting in Flagstaff, Arizona—with the promise that there would be lots of beautiful women. There were all these brilliant, beautiful, determined women.Unfortunately, it turned out they were all related to me through clan.” When babies are born in the Navajo tribe, they become members of their mother’s clans.It also happens that it’s one of the largest clans.
Traditional Navajo people introduce themselves by identifying the clans on both their mother’s and father’s sides.
This allows clan relations like brothers, sisters, aunts and uncles to recognize one another, even if they’ve never met.
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The people who became the Apaches moved farther south and east, continuing their hunter-gatherer lifestyle.
The Navajo people call themselves the origin stories say they emerged from the fourth world into the San Juan Mountains of southwestern Colorado, which border the Mesa Verde region to the northeast.
This dance was often when the women would dress up in bright clothing all decorated for the dance.
This was the point when men could get a good look at the available women since the dance usually lasted for a couple days.
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Although they were a single cultural group when they first arrived in the Southwest, their different experiences and the different environments in which they settled eventually resulted in their separating into two distinct groups: the Navajo and the Apache.