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Navajo museumís presentations preserving culture
By Karen Francis
Window Rock, Arizona (AP)
The staff at the Navajo Nation Museum is on a mission to preserve Navajo language and culture. Part of the effort includes monthly cultural presentations that have now been going on for more than a year.
For many of the participants, the information from the presentations is something they had once known.
ďItís good. Itís something that comes back to you,Ē said Nellie Beno of Tselani-Cottonwood. ďWhen youíre small, you donít think about it.Ē
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