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In-text: (Anderson and Field, 1993)
Your Bibliography: Anderson, R. and Field, K., 1993. Art in small-scale societies. Englewood Cliffs (N.J.): Prentice Hall, pp.309-330.
In-text: (Bowers Museum - Mission & History, 2018)
Your Bibliography: Bowers.org. 2018. Bowers Museum - Mission & History. [online] Available at: <https://www.bowers.org/index.php/information/mission-history> [Accessed 24 June 2018].
In-text: (Evans, 2005)
Your Bibliography: Evans, W., 2005. Along navajo trails. Utah State University Press, pp.181-234.
In-text: (Hornsby and Mcpherson, 2009)
Your Bibliography: Hornsby, S. and Mcpherson, R., 2009. "Enemies Like a Road Covered with Ice": The Utah Navajos' Experience during the Long Walk Period, 1858-1868. American Indian Culture and Research Journal, 33(2), pp.1-22.
In-text: (Kumar et al., 2015)
Your Bibliography: Kumar, G., Jim-Martin, S., Piltch, E., Onufrak, S., McNeil, C., Adams, L., Williams, N., Blanck, H. and Curley, L., 2015. Healthful Nutrition of Foods in Navajo Nation Stores. American Journal of Health Promotion, 30(7), pp.501-510.
In-text: (Oswalt, 2009)
Your Bibliography: Oswalt, W., 2009. This land was theirs. 9th ed. New York: Oxford University Press.
In-text: (Samuel-Nakamura, 2013)
Your Bibliography: Samuel-Nakamura, C., 2013. Uranium and other heavy metals in the plant-animal-human food chain near abandoned mining sites and structures in an American Indian community in northwestern New Mexico. Ph.D. University of California Los Angeles.
In-text: (Towner, 2016)
Your Bibliography: Towner, R., 2016. Early Navajo land use in northwestern New Mexico: Big Bead Mesa in regional perspective. Journal of Field Archaeology, 41(1), pp.118-129.
In-text: (Tulley-Cordova et al., 2018)
Your Bibliography: Tulley-Cordova, C., Strong, C., Brady, I., Bekis, J. and Bowen, G., 2018. Navajo Nation, USA, Precipitation Variability from 2002 to 2015. Journal of Contemporary Water Research & Education, 163(1), pp.109-123.
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