INDIANS: Ride in Beauty

At Goulding's Post, Utah, 350 Navajo Indian leaders gathered to dictate a message to the people of the U.S. It read: "The Navajos want their names on a paper to send thanks to our white friends that heard about our hunger and cold and sent us food and clothing from away off. It is very good with us. May you ride in beauty. May you live in beauty." It was signed by inked thumb prints.


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