Original copy of treaty that ended Navajo imprisonment to be housed at tribe’s museum

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Another copy of the treaty is in the National Archives, and last one was given to Barboncito, the last Navajo chief to surrender to military forces in 1866, but its whereabouts are unknown.

The United states signed hundreds of treaties with Native American tribes as acts. of them signed the copy being donated. Only one Navajo leader could sign his own name. The treaty marked the end.

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A Navajo legislative committee is expected to vote Tuesday to accept an original copy of the treaty that was believed to have been lost and is one of only three original copies.

Another copy of the treaty is in the National Archives, and last one was given to Barboncito, the last Navajo chief to surrender to military forces in 1866, but its whereabouts are unknown.

Other interviews were conducted in the United States, Cairo, London and elsewhere after the end of the mission. Ms. Rone conducted further research in Kenya and southern Sudan from March 5-20, 1995.

The United States signed hundreds of treaties with Native American tribes as acts. of them signed the copy being donated. Only one Navajo leader could sign his own name. The treaty marked the end.

Another copy of the treaty is in the National Archives, and the last one was given to Barboncito, the last Navajo chief to surrender to military forces in 1866.

– Original copy of treaty that ended Navajo imprisonment to be housed at tribe’s museum May 27, 2019 – 3:25 AM KSL nbc salt lake city A 150-year-old document that allowed Navajos to return to their homeland in the Four Corners region where Arizona, New Mexico, Utah and Colorado meet is destined for a permanent home at the tribe’s museum.

Navajo Nation President Jonathan Nez, Vice President Myron Lizer, first and second ladies, Chief Justice JoAnn B. Jayne, and members of the 24th Navajo Nation Council were in attendance June 1 as the Navajo Nation Museum unveiled the Navajo Treaty of 1868 – "Tappan Copy," donated by Clare "Kitty" P. Weaver to the Navajo Nation, in Window Rock, Arizona.

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