Long Walk of the Navajo - Facts and Timeline Documentary

The Long Walk of the Navajo was a forced relocation of the Navajo people from Eastern Arizona to the area of Fort Sumer in New Mexico. The forced march was an act carried out under the command of the federal government. All together, there were 53 occurrences of forced marches that happened between August of 1864 and until late 1866. It is said that over 200 individuals died while marching to New Mexico.



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