According to Anthropologist & historians, Ice-Age Paleo-Indian hunters roamed the Monument Valley area thousands of years earlier, followed by archaic hunter gatherers.
Navajo Culture - The Navajo are people very geared toward family life and events that surround their lifestyle.
Many games and traditions have emerged from their love of the land and their attachment to it.
But that's not that appealing to me,” said Jimmy, a Navajo professional in his late 20s who wanted to use a false name because he's still grappling with his family’s acceptance of his sexuality.
Jimmy went to school off the reservation, in a city where gay apps are more prevalent.
The hogán in which death occurs is forever abandoned, often burned.
Sometimes a hogán is demolished over the dead and then left to decay.
As he courted the female, he brought her gifts though at times these gifts were meant for the whole family or just the father.
The father could accept the gifts and agree to the marriage and courtship, without the daughter's knowledge.
BESHBETOH, Navajo Nation — In New York's West Village neighborhood, gay men can find hookups and occasionally romance just a few feet away, at bustling gay bars or on social networking smartphone apps like Grindr.
The same holds true in countless gay-friendly districts across urban America, from San Francisco and Atlanta to Houston.
The person may have met someone on their own, but their father had final say over the relationship.