by Zita Steele
Take a journey into natural freedom and beauty in this tribute to one of America’s most vibrant nomadic tribes. Author/artist Zita Steele commemorates the Dine (Navajo) people of the Southwestern United States with a vivid collection of color images. Four chapters honor the Native American tribe’s freedom, ingenuity, strength, and joy. The images create an experience of nomadic life without reservations or borders. The book provides insights into Dine culture and highlights the tribe’s vast ancestral roaming territory. It features 40+ original photographs, 25+ photo montages and special introduction by the author and additional artwork
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