Table of contents for Working the Navajo way : labor and culture in the twentieth century / Colleen O'Neill.

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Illustrations, ix
Acknowledgments, xi 
Introduction: Navajo History and Western Capitalist Development,
1 The Diné and the Diné Bikéyah: Navajo History and Navajoland,
2 Mining Coal like Herding Sheep: Navajo Coal Operators in the mid-Twentieth Century,
3 Weaving a Living: Navajo Weavers and the Trading Post Economy,
4 Working for Wages the Navajo Way: Navajo Households and Off-Reservation Wage Work,
5 Navajo Workers and White Man's Ways: Race, Sovereignty, and Organized Labor on the Navajo Reservation,
6 Rethinking Modernity and the Discourse of Development in American Indian History: A Navajo Example,

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Navajo Indians -- Employment.
Navajo Indians -- Social conditions.
Navajo Indians -- Government relations.