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Bosque Redondo—Destination of the Long Walk, www. zianet.com/snm/redondo.htm (1998).

Canyon de Chelly, www.navajoland.com/cdc/ (1998, 1999).

Canyon de Chelly National Monument: Archaelogical Investigations Site Report, www.desertusa.com/ind1/ du_cdc_arc.html (October 1997).

Mason, Kenneth C., "Beautyway: The Poetry of N. Scott Momaday," in South Dakota Review, Vol. XCIII, No. 2, Summer, 1980, pp. 61-83.

Momaday, N. Scott, The Man Made of Words, St. Martin's Press, 1997, pp. 39, 114, 169.

_____, Dagmar Weiler, "M. Scott Momaday: Story Teller," in Journal of Ethnic Studies, Vol. 16, No. 1, Spring, 1988, pp. 118-26.

N. Scott Momaday, Ph.D. Interview, www.achievement. org/autodoc/page/mom0int-5 (June 28, 1996).

Pratt, William, The Imagist Poem: Modern Poetry in Miniature, Penguin Books, 1973, p. 29.

Schubnell, Matthias, "The Aboriginal Poems," in N. Scott Momaday: The Cultural and Literary Background, University of Oklahoma Press, 1985, pp. 218-39.

Strelke, Barbara, "N. Scott Momaday: Racial Memory and Individual Imagination," in Literature of the American...

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