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Navajo (Dine' Bizaad) is an Athabascan Native American language in the S.W. of the U.S. It is only related to Apache.
Databases for Navajo Culture and Language
Although SLCC’s databases offer few articles geared toward undergraduate students of Navajo, they do provide information about a great variety of topics relating to Navajo culture, which is an important part of learning the language.
The world’s largest academic multi-disciplinary database, Academic Search Ultimate provides full text for over 4,600 scholarly publications, including full text for more than 3,500 peer-reviewed journals. Coverage spans virtually every area of academic study.
(1800's to recent past) FULL-TEXT online access to older issues of selected scholarly journals. Areas of interest include Architecture & Architectural History, Art & Art History, Film Studies, Music, Performing Arts history, and more.
Has coverage of over 150 U.S. and international newspapers. Ninety days of FULL-TEXT articles to the New York Times and Wall Street Journal are included. Use this source to find articles in the Salt Lake Tribune. Formerly called ProQuest Newsstand (Complete).
Books at SLCC Libraries
Navajo grammar starts at 497.2 Books on Navajo people and culture are located in 979.00497and 979.100497
Some book searches are at the following library catalog links.