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A Summers Trade

5th grade reading

Navajo an individual or group of Native American people living primarily in New Mexico, Arizona, and Utah
mesa a small, high plateau with a flat top and steep sides common in dry regions of the western and southwestern United State
jostled to shove, push,or crowd against; elbow roughly
turquoise sky-blue or greenish mineral often used as a gem,and a sky-blue color
bandana a large, colorful handkerchief often worn around the head or arm
hogan dwelling built with logs and covered with dirt, used by the Navajo
bracelet band or chain worn around wrist or arm for ornamentation or identification
Created by: oberholzerfam